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Julie (#47020599)
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Bio Photo I'm a mother of three and grandmother of two. I'm interested in genealogy, travel and gardening. I'm retired and l live in Utah.
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Eliza B. Chesley
I've updated the memorial to indicate the conflict in sources. If we can find Eliza's headstone that would serve to resolve the conflict.

I noticed the previous message on your public page regarding duplicates. FindAGrave has a clear policy that the first memorial that was created has precedence and that any subsequent duplicates be deleted.
thanks again!
Added by LadyGoshen on Apr 06, 2014 7:04 AM
N. A. Forbes
RE: Pope Cemetery
Hi again,
If they are duplicates of the same people, then probably one of us should delete the particular memorial. I think when I first set up some of them, I may not have checked to see if they already existed. I have also been researching the Blunt/Blount family to verify info before posting it. The Loudon, NH area is where many of the early Danville settlers came from (including Blunt/Blount), with quite of few of those marrying into the groups from CT that also came early.
Last time I forgot to tell you that my husband descended through Isaac Wheeler Stanton, Jr (sibling to your Mary "Polly") down through his grandmother Edith "Bessie" May Stanton Forbes (all buried in Danville).
Added by N. A. Forbes on Apr 04, 2014 5:41 PM
N. A. Forbes
RE: Stanton
My husband descended from Isaac Wheeler Stanton & Ruth Ayer as 4th gr. grandson. So I believe that makes you his 5th cousin? We still live near Danville and I am the one adding more genealogical research & am a DAR member.
Added by N. A. Forbes on Mar 31, 2014 7:41 AM
N. A. Forbes
RE: Stanton
That is great, Julie. I had info on the other children but not location of their burials, and knew of the sea loss. Are you a descendant of this Stanton branch?
Added by N. A. Forbes on Mar 30, 2014 7:31 AM
Your request
I've linked Jacob Roth as a husband to Elizabeth Sauder Yaggy as requested.
Added by Craig on Mar 29, 2014 9:07 PM
Parke in Langford
Hello again, and thanks for your response regarding Daughter Parke (#56894284). I have enlarged the photo of the grave and highlighted to better read the letters. I believe the first letter is "L" and the last two are "SA"... I have added the color-altered image to the memorial so others may take a guess. You asked if I had relatives buried there. I'm still working on documenting my Park line, so I'm uncertain of my relations there. It's actually been frustrating in that I have a very full, well-documented tree except for one small line... the one that represents my maiden name!!! Henry Thomas Park(e) was my gr gr grandfather, but a positive ID on his father has been quite elusive. I know his mother's name was Mary, and she is found with H.T. and his family on the 1850 Adams County Census. I also know H.T., his mother Mary, and his brother Francis Marion were all born in Kentucky. I'm still searching through County Court records and any other documents I can find to learn more. One strategy that has proven helpful is looking at graves in all possible areas. My dad followed this quest for 40 years; with his passing on 11 Feb 2014, that torch has passed to me. Thanks for your efforts in contributing here on FindAGrave. It's truly appreciated!
Added by EveyBl on Mar 27, 2014 2:38 PM
N. A. Forbes
RE: James Stanton
Thanks. I had also sent the memorial numbers of his parents to the CA contributor so maybe he'll link them that way. So sad that he went to the Gold Rush and never made it home.
Added by N. A. Forbes on Mar 23, 2014 3:23 PM
RE: Jacob Burns headstone
Hi Julie,

Thank you for sharing the headstone picture.

I would be very pleased to share information with you. Did you know Rodney Burns, Ernest Burns, Richard Sale Burns, or Lucy Sale Burns? They were my great uncles and Lucy was my grandmother on my dads side of family. Every one except for Ernest is buried in Dewey Count, OK at the Fountain Cemetery, while Ernest is buried in Coffeyville, KS where he lived most of his life.

Added by Wayne on Mar 20, 2014 5:08 PM
Jacob Burns headstone
Hi Julie,

Jacob was a great great grate uncle of mine and I would like permission to place Jacob's headstone picture on my family tree site. Are you any relation to the Burns family, or are you a contributor?


Added by Wayne on Mar 20, 2014 10:26 AM
Lea Head
RE: Saw your note
Thanks so much.I appreciate your patience. I'll give you a little bit of Carter because the similarities between yours and mine are striking. Mine starts with Charles Carter (1770-1780 SC)and wife Rachel unk. abt 1780 GA to their son, Hiram b. abt 1809 NC and wife Eliizabeth Leach 1811 SC to their children Martha abt 1833, Benj. F. abt 1834, Wiliam abt 1837, Milton M. abt 1839, Mary 10 May 1841 (my husb.'s ggrandmother), Vinson abt 1843 (he went to TX), Elisha 1845, Zachariah abt 1847, America 1852. My Milton M. m. Margaret Conder and both are buried in Nelson Co, KY. Some of their children were either born or moved to Jefferson and Nelson Co.s. Also of interest is that Hiram's brother, Henry, married Sarah Leach. I've never known if she and Elizabeth were sisters but that's my guess for now.

That's it for now. Where was your Milton M. Carter?
Thanks again for everything.........Lea
Added by Lea Head on Mar 03, 2014 12:17 PM
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