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|L'eau Noire||Gerald Mathis|
You left a photo request asking for the marker to the right of Gerald Mathis.
That would be the marker for Lora Mathis
Hope this helps you.
|L.R. Crosby||William L Banks|
Mr. Banks married my grandfather's sister, Mary Vaughn Bell (aka Mamie). They married December 24, 1929,and he died December4,1940. Mamie died December 7, 1972. I was 15 at the time and remember her very well. She always claimed never to have had children, and other family members support this. She died in Plantation Manor Nursing home, and any and all possessions were left to a nephew.
Mr. Banks owned and operated Banks Pawn Shop in Bessemer Al. The building and sign still exists.
|Crauswell Family||RE: john herman rollo|
Your message: "On his [Memorial# 41173604] page it is stated that he had no children with the second wife.
For the life of me, I can't put this together. Please help me out with more information.
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|L.R. Crosby||Chester Banks|
Sorry, forgot to add, let me downsize my photo of Chester, and I'll get it posted. Thanks
|L.R. Crosby||Chester Banks|
Hi, I'm Larry Crosby, and have claimed your request for Chester and William Banks. Good News and bad. I have photo of Chester, but not of William Banks. Chester and his mother both have a marker at Union Baptist Church Cemetery, but William does not. The grave site itself looks large enough for three graves, but no marker for William..
If it helps, The church has some records (records are incomplete due to loss or destruction),but William is listed in their records as being there.
Also, I have a copy of his death certificate (he later married one of my relatives, Mary Vaugh (Mamie) Bell), and according to the Death certificate, he IS buried there, and I believe he is next to his first wife Sarah, and son Chester.
If you need or want a photo of Williams wife Sarah, let me know, I'll pass it along.
|Robert Bassett||RE: william waring teller|
I checked my Ancestry post for Wm. Teller, and I have Monticello MAINE listed... That cant be right.. so I deleted it.. I do know he and his spouse are buried on the family plot on Mutton Hill, Neversink. Monticello NY is only 20 miles down the road, so that is possible.. I'm looking for the volume you referenced. That series had volumes 1-4 for several years.. so 1912 vol 1-4, 1913 vol 1-4, etc.. so becarefull, don't just go by vol #.. Send me exactly which year and vol you are referring to pls..
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william waring teller
Hi Robert...I recently came across a detailed pedigree of the TEller family as part of a book on the Genealogy and Family History of NY which states that William died in Monticello. Do you have a source for Neversink?
|Crauswell Family||RE: john herman rollo Memorial# 41173604|
I have yet to document a daughter born to 2nd wife, Sarah. John H. is my great great-uncle so I am keen to have his family complete. If anyone can document her, please let me know.
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I've made several trips to Alabama this spring so I'm not sure when I'll be out that way again.
|RobMinteer57||Richard E Carr|
I don't know for sure, but it looks like the standard markers placed by the VFW for veterans. Many people didn't enlist until late in the War...
|Mark Weitzel||Roger Pilon|
Hi, My apologies, I completely misunderstood your edit request. I thought you were asking me to relocate the little stone with the quote on it to the children's grave. Then, to make matters worse, I deleted your edit. Could you please send me what information you would like me to change or add and I will be glad to do it. Again, I'm very sorry, Mark
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