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Ida Lee Brewer Cann (#47187798)
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Dan Woolary
Miars in Center Friends Burying Ground
I see you have several memorials for "Miars" in Center Friends and I have a couple as well, Michael and Elizabeth Woolery. I am not sure of the spelling of Elizabeth's maiden name. One of my sources has it as "MEARS" and another has it as "MIARS". Do you know what religion the MIARS family were? Were non-Quakers normally buried at Center Friends?
We have communicated before but it has been a while. I think we are related? I am descended from Henry and Elizabeth Rogers Wolary.
Another friend has DNA evidence that Henry Wolary and Michael Woolery were probably brothers. Do you have an opinion on this?

Dan Woolary
woolary@aol.com
Added by Dan Woolary on Mar 24, 2015 10:28 AM
Robert Leonard
RE: Grave marker
Than you very much

I am interested in John Leonard 1739 1812

and Abigail Moody Leonard 1741 1837.

Interested in knowing if there is a grave stone for their grave
Added by Robert Leonard on Feb 28, 2015 10:46 AM
Robert Leonard
RE: Grave marker
Thank you very much

John Leonard 1739 1812

Abigail Moody Leonard
Added by Robert Leonard on Feb 27, 2015 12:19 PM
Robert Leonard
Grave marker
Is there a grave marker for John and Abigail Leonard
Added by Robert Leonard on Feb 27, 2015 10:24 AM
Grandma Patti
RE: Brewers in Sugar Grove
I had the same problem. I walked that section of the cemetery over and over and over - convinced he was there somewhere, but found nothing! Both his parents were still alive so you would think they would have purchased a headstone for him. I would imagine that Nannie Grace had no money to take care of things. Sure wish we knew the story. I lost track of Nannie after Elza died. She was a servant in a home in Clinton County in 1900. She married again (Charles Bowen) in 1909, but I can't find her in 1910 or 1920 census. Sure wish I knew where she was. Patti
Added by Grandma Patti on Feb 23, 2015 9:30 AM
Grandma Patti
RE: Brewers in Sugar Grove
Did you mean Elza or Eliza when you said you have never found a burial site?

Patti
Added by Grandma Patti on Feb 22, 2015 7:17 PM
Grandma Patti
RE: Brewers in Sugar Grove
You are welcome. I will keep your email and forward "Brewers" to you. Have a great day!

Patti
Added by Grandma Patti on Feb 22, 2015 7:13 PM
Grandma Patti
RE: Brewers in Sugar Grove
Hello Ida,

I received your request for me to transfer the Brewers to you. I would be most happy to do so. I would however like you to go into each memorial, click on the "edit" tab and then click on the "suggest any other correction or addition". Then just type your member number so I can do the transfer. It makes it much quicker that way and less likely to make an error. The first transfer you asked for was an incorrect number. That is so easy to do.

My great Aunt Nannie Grace Wisecup was married to Eliza Brewer. So we are practically related!!

Grandma Patti
Added by Grandma Patti on Feb 22, 2015 5:39 PM
Timeless
McConnaughey
I see he has her last name spelled differently than what's on the stone. I deleted mine. Thanks!
Added by Timeless on Jan 05, 2015 3:10 PM
Timeless
RE: Memorial #35749185 - David McConnaughey
Thanks so much for bringing this to my attention. Believe I have it corrected now.

I'm hoping you have a very Happy New Year. :)

Sheila
Added by Timeless on Jan 05, 2015 3:05 PM
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