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Linda Monticelli (#46814583)
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Sally Root
RE: Martin Lamb tombstone photo
You are so's a shame it was broken..always saddens me.
Added by Sally Root on Apr 29, 2016 5:28 PM
L Evans
RE: Thomas Stackhouse
Not sure what happened.... I do searches before adding.... but ya know, it happens :)
Added by L Evans on Feb 21, 2016 10:18 AM
Susan P
John Guess
Hi Linda,

I see you maintain the info in Find-A-Grave for my great grandfather John Guess,
Birth: May 10, 1874
Breckinridge County, Kentucky, USA
Death: Apr. 14, 1931
Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio, USA

You might like to add that John had a son:
John Montrose (Guess) Johnson who was a fraternal twin to Virginia Guess Brown Rogers; both born 09 Nov 1896. Virginia and her 1st husband, Ath Brown, were my grandparents.

Grand Uncle Mont had his surname legally changed to Johnson shortly after he reached age 18. Montrose Johnson died 12 Aug 1972 in San Diego, CA, USA

My mother, Mary Sue Brown Puryear was the eldest child of Virginia Guess' 6 children (3 by Mr. Brown & 3 by Mr Rogers).


Susan Puryear
Added by Susan P on Dec 20, 2015 9:26 PM
Tammy Robertson
Margaret Cock Lom Jenner
Hello Linda, Sorry I am just now checking ancestry related messages. We have had a busy month. But yes I am related to her through Euclydus Longshore and Alice Stackhouse on both of my father's lines. Thank you for all the work that you have made public. I see your name everywhere and I know when I do it is solid research!Very much appreciated! I love following the Gloria Dei facebook page. They post wonderful photos. It is on my to see list!
Added by Tammy Robertson on Nov 24, 2015 1:20 PM
Thomas Dayton
G X Uncle
Peter Cock is my 8th G Grandfather His Daughter my aunt married Robert Longshore. I hAVE A COPY OF Robert longshore Warf Patent from Penn and a deposition of the break in of his house when they took the beding cushions dishs and house wares and all the negros.
Added by Thomas Dayton on Nov 08, 2015 11:12 AM
Tammy Robertson
I was looking over your memorial for Margaret Cock Longshore Jenner. I just wanted to pass on a thanks for adding the information, and I wanted to let you know in case you didn't that the Gloria Dei church has a facebook page and they post photos several time a year. They recently had some of the old broken headstones restored.
Added by Tammy Robertson on Oct 19, 2015 10:03 AM
gail caraway
RE: Alfred Guess
Is t possible that he wasn't living at home or he was away from home at the time the census was taken. Some times if the person wasn't at home they didn't get counted or the person giving the info didn't know any better. My husband has a family in his line that was counted in Hamilton Co., Ill and again in Saline Co., Ill. The census is a wonderful reference, but it's not always right, either. I couldn't wait for the 1940 census to be released since I would be counted on it, even though I was only 1 month old, imagine my disappointment when I couldn't find me, or my parents, I had the info I needed to find them, they just weren't there. got to looking a bit harder and they were there, just whoever did the copying got it all wrong, you could look at it and knowing what it was supposed to say see that it did say it, I just wasn't 20+ years old and all of our names were wrong, we were living with my father's grandmother and hers was the only one that was right. so you've got to take all the info with a grain of salt, be careful with your info.
Added by gail caraway on Sep 06, 2015 7:19 AM
gail caraway
Alfred Guess
The Caldwell County, Ky. Ancestors Vol. 2, Crider--Eddyville--and Fredonia Quadrangle by Gregory L. Watson.
lists Alfred Guess born Dec. 25, 1818 died Jan. 6, 1892 and Jane C. Guess born unk. and died 1892 in Blue Cemetery, located off Highway 91 at the old Elkhorn Tavern, just off what was once the Trail of Tears road. Named the Skinframe Creek Rd., now. Elkhorn Tavern was built by James Blue and the cemetery started in 1816. Cemetery has not been taken care of, so it's in poor condition, I have no idea if a tombstone was ever erected.
Added by gail caraway on Jul 17, 2015 2:42 PM
Cynthia Dawn Higgins Page
Longshore Family
Did you put the correct find a grave memorials for the Longshore family on the find a grave site? Can you provide the correct memorial numbers? I am a distant descendant and would like to see their true memorials. Thank you, Cyndee
Added by Cynthia Dawn Higgins Page on Mar 30, 2015 12:10 PM
Tammy Robertson
That's great! Thanks. I really appreciate your work.
Added by Tammy Robertson on Nov 26, 2014 6:29 PM
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