I have been researching my family tree for just a few short years but like many family historians I have become fascinated with cemeteries. Both my wife and I have found a new hobby that we enjoy together and pay our respects to the loved ones whether they are still remembered or forgotten. If you find any of your family memorials that I have posted, please contact me and I'll have it transfered to you.
My family line is from Sgt John & Lucy Bradford McRoberts. John was the son of James & Mary "Polly" McCormack McRoberts.
I've been working on the John's siblings & their families and have come across some questionable information.
You list Miranda Morse w/o Nathan J. McRoberts, but I found a VT marriage record for Miranda Morse who married Daniel McRoberts 28 Jan 1831. Daniel is the older brother of Nathan J. McRobert(s).
All the census records of Nathan & Miranda list the children from 1850 forward list as Minos, Myron, Cornelius & Cortez (Certis). That would mean that Nathan & Miranda married about 1827, probably in NY.
As yet I have not found a death date for Daniel yet and the death date for Nathan J. McRoberts is 31 Aug 1889 in Plattsburgh, Clinton, NY listed in other family trees, but there is no verification of that date.
If his death date is correct, then it could be that she married Daniel. The only problem with that is that the 3 youngest boys would be Daniel's son and not Nathan's. You do list Nathan as Cortez's father, but for Cornelius and Minos you do not list parents.
Ralph Darting TJ, thank you so much for finding my grandfathers information. It is a comfort to know where ones family is resting, well at least the lil house he lived in. I so respect the effort you and your wife put into helping others with family. Thank you again, Melody
RE: Oscar Olien I will send the pictures soon. I believe that Charles is their son since he was buried next to them both. I know that the caretaker of the cemetery certainly thought so too. I am not sure how I could prove it though.