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|Ralph Harris||Vernabelle Myra Beard Dugan|
Just wondering if you know who Vernabelle Myra Beard Dugan funeral service was through? I am trying to find an obit for her so I can fill in a few blanks.
|Ralph Harris||Ira & Vernabelle (Beard) Dugan|
Hi E. M.
Thank you so much for the great photo for Ira & Vernabelle (Beard) Dugan. It is very greatly appreciated.
Thank you very much for the photos!
|Ken Pelzel||Paul Kernan|
Thanks for the grave marker picture for Paul Kernan.
|Chad Kendell||Re: Tary|
Thanks for great pictures !!!
|Beverly Smith Harker||Nancy Smith|
Thanks so very much for nice grave photo.
|Jan Swanson||Stuart plot photos & memorials|
Thank you so much for the photos and memorial information on the Stuarts.
Charles and his wife Jane Lovey Watson are the subjets of reserach I did at the Mercer Co Historial Society for a person from Canada. As the Canadian says, what high drama there was in 1882 in North Henderson, Illinois.
Jane Lovey Stuart shot another doctor in North Henderson at 4 am on thanksgiving day of 1882. the second doctor died the following March and Lovey was tried for the crime, as was her husband Charles (it was his gun).
The doctor who was shot was an ancester of mine, William H Brown, of the family who laid out the town of North Henderson. The story of their relationship had everything... infidelty, extortion, attempted suicide, illegitimate child, violence between the 2 doctors.
Anyway,thank you for all your help!
|Jan Swanson||photos of 2 persons in Reynolds cemetery|
I am from Peoria and am assisting a woman in Canada with her family here.
Are you fairly close to Reynolds? If so and you could take photos of the below, we would greatly appreciate it.
The 2 are in the Stuart plot (take a right when entering. This plot is edge in stone and has 3 monuments around 8 feet tall.
Charles G Stuart, born 1839 in Scotland, died either 1885 or 1886
Jane L Watson Stuart, died 1936
Note Charles has 2 markers.
Thank you so much for the photo of Elias Lambert's stone! I appreciate you taking the time to get it for me.
|Merrylyn Sawyer||thank you|
So the stones you mentioned were all in a row. But I take it the Civil War stone was not in that row? thanks.
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