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|Born in East Central Indiana. Moved to Madison County, Indiana at age 10 and have lived in the northern part of Madison County 46 years. At an early age I would go with my grandparents to decorate graves for Memorial Day Weekend. I have been interested in cemeteries ever since.|
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Thank you for removing your memorial for Nancy J. Warner.
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|Mary Beth Hughes-Worley||Edward Elsworth|
Edward Elsworth was the son of Isaac and Charity (Curl) Elsworth.
He married Mary Rene Beck 2 February 1894. Her name is also known as 'Rena' and 'Mary L'.
Her obituary is in the Anderson Daily Bulletin, Tuesday, February 1959.
Edward had other siblings including John Elsworth who died in his home 6 June 1928.
He had 3 children surviving at the time of his death: Clayton Melford Elsworth
Carlos Herman Elsworth
Hazel (Ellsworth) Davis
Mary Beth Hughes-Worley
|Mary Beth Hughes-Worley||John Franklin Miller|
He died in 1917, not 1907.
Date of birth: May 1844, Delaware County, Indiana
Date of death: 26 November 1917, Alexandria, Madison County, Indiana
Son of Abraham and Rebecca (Chrisman) Miller, both from Virginia, and they emigrated to Delaware County and then moved to Madison County.
John Franklin Miller married Emaline Freed(1845-1907). They had six children.
His second wife was the widow, Mary (Stubbs) Colsher. Her first husband was George H Colsher.
For more information you may email me or other Miller cousins who are working in collaboration on the Miller/Hughes/Perry families of Madison County, Indiana.
Mary Beth Hughes-Worley, firstname.lastname@example.org
Harry Armstrong was my Uncle and the children listed are not his except Donald. He had 3 children. Betty, Margaret and Donny. I knew them all.
|Jason M. Donica||Bagleys|
I see you have three memorials that I am wondering if you will transfer to my care.
These are my wife's Grandparents.
Jason Donica #47866983
|Donna Miller||John F. Young|
correction...the death record has his age at 39 y.
Sorry about the mistake.
|Donna Miller||John F Young, Mary E. Dooley Young|
Mary E. Dooley(#70753727) was the daughter of Jacob Dooley & Malinda Miller Dooley. From Bible records she was born 12 Feb. 1840. She and John F. Young were married on 12 Jan 1860 in Saline County, IL.
This Dooley family is my lineage, Jacob was my ancestor, his son, John, was my gggrandfather.
I have done a lot of research on this line, and somehow managed to miss Mary's death until now. Do you have any addition information on her such as an obit or death record?
I did find a death record for a John F. Young(70753809) in Saline County, IL in Death Book A, pg 15-188, that reads: John F. Young, M - W - Md. Age 38y. d. 27 Jan. 1879, Raleigh Prct. B. KY. IL res. 35 y. bd Baker Grave Yard. Baker Grave yard is also known as Rice Cemetery, many of the Dooleys from Saline County, IL are buried there. Among the stones in this cemetery is a Civil War Marker for J.F. Young, Co. E 3rd IL Cav. I do not know when this marker was placed here, it could have been after his death by someone who did not know that he was taken to Indiana.
I have found 4 children for this couple; William Riley, James F., John L., and Malinda Young.
|Mary Beth Hughes-Worley||Pauline Hughes Pine|
Pauline Hughes Pine was my aunt. She was married to Harvey Jerome Pine in about 1929. They lived in Anderson, Indiana. She died at 22 years of age. She is the daughter of James Franklin Hughes and Mary Minerva Miller who are also buried in Alexandria, Indiana.
Harvey Jerome Pine moved to New Jersey after her death.
Please add this information if you will.
I have pictures I will post on find a grave. They were a happy couple for the short time they had together, and my dad, Pauline's brother, David Thomas Hughes loved her and Harvey.
Harvey Jerome Pine was born June 15, 1906 in Indiana, and died in Beverly Burlington, New Jersey in March 10, 1962.
Thank you for adding her to find a grave. My dad said she was a real sweetheart.
Mary Beth Hughes-Worley email@example.com
Please contact me for other family members if you wish.
|Mary Beth Hughes-Worley||Ellison Young and Laura Etta (Widener) Young|
Ellison Young, early homesteader to Madison Township. Where he came from and his parents are unknown to me at this time.
Live long farmer, specializing in draft horses for farm purposes until the advent of the tractor. He and his sons showed the horses at various fairs including the Indiana State Fair and won many blue ribbons. His children include: Ida Anne (Young)Potts, wife of James W Potts, Minnie M (Young)Bennett, wife of Charles T Bennett; Walter, Charles, Frank A, Harley, and Wilbur Young.
Date of Death: September 28, 1931.
Laura Etta (Widener) Young, born February 27, 1850, Wayne County, Indiana. Died January 19, 1921.
Minnie M Young Bennett is the mother of Cletis V Bennett, my great uncle.
|Ellie's Grandma||Madison Co|
Thanks again for all your work! So many relatives here for me, you've been such a great help.
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