|Geraldine Barnett (#47309755)|
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on previous grave sites I may be listed as Geraldine Market and I have limited management of Elliot on FAG. I belong to the Wabash Valley Genealogy Society of Terre Haute, Ind & serve on the Cemetery Committee and Newsletter Committee. I am a retired nurse, enjoy my grandchildren (family), photography, traveling and of course, genealogy. Surnames-Stewart, Starkey, Stevens(brick wall-need Midland, Maryland, mine connection), Market, Hutson, Jackson, Gregg/Gragg, Nevins, Wallace, Lawson and now Barnett, Sparks & Fiscus- thanks so much for all you do fellow gravers. I appreciate all the help you all have been to me.|
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|Judith Michael Mable||RE: Pritchett|
I'm unfamiliar with the cemetery but you might contact the church:
I have no other information on Arthur Pritchett. Sorry!
Thank you very much for the photo of Isaac Warrick's grave. I appreciate that you took the time to get the photo. It means a lot to the family.
Thank you again.
|Big Sam & Little Sam||Max Ready|
|Ron Stewart||RE: Stewarts?|
I checked the memorials you listed and could not find a Stewart connection – yet. Should I find something in my research I will let you know. Thanks for all you do on Find A Grave.
Where are your Stewarts from? Mine come from Monongalia Co., WV and Fayette and Greene Counties, PA. Many moved west to Indiana, Illinois and Missouri.
|jim gillis||RE: Brunot Cemetery|
I learned it is very close to Rosedale and it is actually called Crane-Brunot cemetery. There were only two memorials for it. They were a former coach for Parke County and his wife. I also added three children of A. W. and E. N. Bell who were listed as being buried there on the Parke County cemetery page. So now there are 5 burials and I think there are alot more burials since there is not Cranes or Brunots listed.
|jim gillis||Brunot Cemetery|
Have you ever been to Brunot Cemetery? It is in Raccoon Township but is only like 1.2 miles from Adams Cemetery in Jessup. I believe that the parents of Hubert Brunot and other family members are there. Its not even listed on Parke page cemeteries. I got to find out who is buried there and photograph and create memorials.
|jim gillis||Brown Cemetery|
My cousins from Chicago came down two years ago and went there why they never photographed the cemetery is beyond me. Although I think they did but just didn't post the photos. It is on private land and supposedly can be seen from the road which runs from Eugene out through Dead Man's Hollow into Westville. I think I know where it is and I have the name and phone number of the guy who owns it. He lives here in Cayuga also. I am definitely going to give him a call when it warms up and photograph the stones. Isaac Brown who is the head of this family is like my 5th great-grandfather. I deleted the duplicates. Thanks.
|Cyndi Bennett||RE: Lilly|
Hi Geraldine - I'm descended from Benjamin Franklin Spicer, in the same cemetery. His first wife was Lucinda Jane Spangler. He married for a second time on 5 Feb 1874, to my ancestor Elizabeth Jane Hillyer. It seems possible that Lucinda could have died in childbirth with Lilly, but obviously not if Lilly was born 25 Nov 1874 as her birthdate calculates to. I know, however, that in olden times, it might be years before the tombstone was actually erected, and errors could be made due to faulty memories. So I feel that Lilly is Benjamin and Lucinda's child ("BE (BF) and LJ"), probably born in 1873 (and maybe dying in 1878). Your thoughts?
|Rosalind Kelly Sherman||RE: Neeley|
Thank ye so much for your insite. I applaud you for your dedication and efforts. I do know that a lot is taken for grated on Ancestry and that some people do not document. I have been doing research long before becoming a member and have a lot of things that are not on my tree. I would to love to have the transfer of the Neeleys to me. Please let me have more specifics on the two sisters you are talking about. I will look into it further. Thank ye agin for all that ye do.
Rosalind kelly Sherman
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