|Jeannie Hemphill (#47413042)|
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New to genealogy, since moving back to west-central IL (Morgan Co) in 2006. Discovering how deep family Illinois roots are. |
1850s German immigrants for mom--
LAYERs-- Tazewell, Iroquois Cos.
RINGEISENs-- Tazewell, Woodford, Ford, Iroquois Cos.
From somewhere in county Antrim Ireland, dad's Scotch-Irish
HEMPHILL/McAFEEs arrived in the 1840s, and earlier (buried Springdale, Peoria; Laurel Hill Phila PA)
TAYLORs from Scotland settled in Cass Co.
McCLUN(g)s -- McLean Co.
PALLETT(e)-- Sangamon Co.
James SMITH -- OH/NJ; William Smith KY/VA
Thank you for all the help. Maybe can return favors.
Kindly ask about using photos elsewhere. Add © Photo courtesy of Find-a-grave member #47413072 or my name. Thank you!
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|Mike Maxton||Charles Monckton Photo|
Thank you very much for the excellent photo of Charles Monckton's headstone. It looks like you caught the sunlight just right!
|Bob Walls||Virnel Stucker|
Thank you very much for the photo of Virnel Stucker's grave marker.
|Deanna Flynn||Thank you for all the work you do!|
I want to thank you for the photo of Olga and John Garman's grave stone I really appreciate the work that you do taking the photo's. It is wonderful to have the photo's of loved ones. Thanks again. Deanna
|Kay Baldwin||Permission Request|
May I also use the grave photo of Albert Swain & his wife. Grave photo from Jacksonville East Cemetery.
|Kay Baldwin||Permission Request|
Jeannie, may I use the grave photo for Merle D. Swain on my ancestry.com private tree site?? Thank you for considering this request!
Thank you for completing my request for a photo of Merle Swain's grave! I appreciate the time and effort it takes to do this! I like the close up view!!
|DeWitt||DeWitt Auto Sales|
If they are in Illinois, could be a distant cousin, or maybe no relation, the DeWitt's are a large family. I do not know of any relation that owns a auto dealer, and would not find out if they were distant cousins, or maybe find out by luck. The picture is of Franklin Clark Find A Grave #74086298, he is more distant than my DeWitt cousins. Thx, DeWitt
Added by DeWitt on Jan 13, 2016 1:44 AM
Thank You, my mother is a DeWitt, she gave it to me as a first name. Her brother did not have any male children. The actual photo was Franklin Clark, some nights i just don't stop. The DeWitt's in Illinois are distant cousins. My Grandparent DeWitt's are from Butler County, Fayette County, Kentucky, then i am not 100%, but then New Jersey then the Netherlands. The DeWitt's from this branch has stopped, i have one great aunt still living, she will be 104 July 4th. Are you related to the DeWitt's? Take care, DeWitt
Added by DeWitt on Jan 08, 2016 12:37 AM
May i use your tombstone photos in my tree? Thx, DeWitt
Added by DeWitt on Jan 07, 2016 9:35 PM
|Ginger||RE: Robertson Cem. Cass|
Hi Jeannie, I really think there are more names to be entered for this cemetery. It has been several years since I was there - I got my information from the Cass County Historical Society in Virginia. They had a typed list of burials at this cemetery and my great grandfather was listed on one of the pages. If I remember correctly, they gave me a copy of that page so when I entered his information, I created pages for all the others on that page about the same time. I did go out to the cemetery and got lucky and found his tombstone right away but the cemetery is in such bad condition I did not try to go any farther.
About a year ago, some of the other descendants of Henry Ferguson held a family reunion in Springfield and some of them went to the cemetery but I don't think they added any additional names to this site.
Added by Ginger on Oct 12, 2015 12:32 PM
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