My husband's grandmother was Eula Marie Craven. Born in Texas, died in Louisville, KY. She married Martin Pittcock. My husband also had a great grandmother, Anna Belle Cravens, who lived in Kentucky her whole life. She married Humphrey Marshall. So my husband has maternal (from Texas) and paternal (from Kentucky) Cravens.
Do you happen to be related to Lisa Laidig? I worked with her in Plymouth.
If you would like to manage Aldean's memorial I would be happy to transfer her to you. Just let me know.
|Jennifer Brohl||RE: Thomas Cornish|
You're very welcome! Happy holidays.
|Cindy Langdale||RE: Alexander Koons|
You're welcome! Always glad to help a fellow genealogist in uncovering new information!
|Gail Black||worralls burying ground|
Is that all there was?
|48528052||RE: Jane & Hezekiah Woodward|
You are welcome. I added photos for the children too, and have the family members linked now.
Added by 48528052 on Aug 21, 2016 12:10 PM
|Kelcey Evans||RE: Oak Hill Cemetery|
We are doing pictures the second week in august!
I am asking if you are still looking for headstone photos.
|Kelcey Evans||Oak Hill Cemetery|
Still need photos at cemetery, Pontiac, MI
Need to know by Aug 5th
|Alex Bogue||RE: Grave of Elizabeth Laidig Schlatter|
|Alex Bogue||Grave of Elizabeth Laidig Schlatter|
Where is the grave at?
|Baxter B. Fite III||RE: Benjamin H. Logan - Windsor Cemetery|
Dear BAF, The Logan and Tandy families have been a struggle for me to sort out. There are many questions with those families that I have never been able to answer. Ben Logan has been tough to learn anything about. I BELIEVE he must be buried in the Windsor area, but, truthfully have no PROOF of it. In the past, I have had some luck in linking people to cemeteries in the area where people have died and have had other Gravers take an interest in the person and do a search for that person, sometimes finding them where I guessed they were and sometimes in a neighboring cemetery and letting me know.
I am afraid, like so many other graves from the middle 1800's, that Benjamin's grave may no longer even be marked. I have found definitive evidence of many burials from the early to mid 1800's, in which the graves were no longer marked, that the cemetery offices had no record of. I am afraid that we may never know where Benjamin Logan's mortal remains were laid, unless we can come up with a definitive date of death and then an obituary.
I wish you luck on your trip. If you learn anything more about Ben and his family, I would love to hear about it. Truthfully, even the combined family seen in the census records don't match up well. Are you a descendant of Ben's? If you can tell me anything more about him or his family, I would love to hear about it.
Again, Good luck on your trip. Sincerely, Baxter
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