|Barry Foster (#47178529)|
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|Richard ||RE: Elizabeth Osborne 74137108|
Yes,My gg grandfather John Eddy Sr. md Ann Osborne (181l-9 Mar 1875 Dubuque, Iowa) dau of Isaac Osborne (1784 St. Hilary, Cornwall) and Margaret Allen. Isaac died in 1850 in Benton, Lafayette, Wisc.
My g aunt Olive Lovisa Eddy (1871-1943) dau of Richard T Eddy (1842-1918) married Thomas Alfred Osborne (1871-1958) 2 Feb 1898 in Dubuque, Iowa and lived and died in Paso Robles, Calif. Thomas' father was Edward James Osborne (9 May 1833- in Perran Downs, Cornwall and he married Honor Edith Briant Rogers (born 12 May 1844-17 dec 1889) in Breage to Edward Rogers (1808-1889) born Breage) and Mary Ann Tregloan 1812-1878) born in Bodmin. Edward James Osborne's father was Edward Samuel Osborne born 20 Feb 1807 in Cornwall and he married Elizabeth Edyvean who was born 26 July 1807 in St Hilary, Cornwall. They immigrated and lived in Hazel Green, Grant, Wisc.
Added by Richard on Aug 03, 2015 7:42 AM
|Chuckie Blaney||RE: Perkins in Johnsville|
I've been tracing all the descendants - male and female - of a Captain Henry Hunter of Bristol, Maine, right down to the present. Edward Warren Perkins was a great-grandson, the only surviving child of Margaret More (Hunter) Perkins.
I notice several contributors on ancestry have suggested Edward's father, John Warren Perkins, died after 1910, but haven't found anyone with the date yet. His obituary, with a nice write-up says he died in New Rochelle, N.Y., 30 Oct 1911. I can send it to you if you like (and send your snail or e-mail address) or can send a link to it (the obit) on-line.
Are you related?
|Richard K Thompson||Brethren cemetery|
Glad to help with the headstone photos. I didn't help with the remounting and cleaning of the headstones - that was a project started in 2011 by friends of the cemetery, and continues to this day. Due to a foot injury in 2012 I'm only now getting out to some of the rural cemeteries to work on getting photos. Brethren-Dunkard was near the top of my list for this summer. I need to go back out this weekend to spot some headstones that I missed the past few days, but otherwise most everyone with known headstones will be accounted for.
|Jeff G.||Thanks :)|
Many thanks for the great Hocking/Champion headstone photos you added !!! I'm going to copy them to my family tree, as well as send the Hocking ones to my cousin Bill Hocking in Sacramento - he'll be delighted.
Added by Jeff G. on May 28, 2015 9:10 AM
|Judith Rielly Hammill||RE: Hammill at Hazel Green, Wisconsin|
|Vickie Oates Woods||RE: Dina Oates Trewartha 76438542|
Thank you for the message Barry. I don't believe I am kin to her, but left the flowers because she was an Oates. I try to visit all Oates graves on Find a Grave. The new pics are great. Thanks again for your message and your work here.
|Bob Couch||Sarah Emily (Rice) Quinby|
...Freeman Bartlett Quinby, not Freeman Bartlett...
|Bob Couch||Sarah Emily (Rice) Quinby...|
She was married to Freeman Bartlett, my G-Great Uncle...
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|Debbie Bowman||RE: Peart in Hazel Green|
Thank you very much!
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