|Crystal Burnham (#46590834)|
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|ASB||RE: Infant Burnham 115908699|
We all make mistakes. It's part of the human condition. :)
Added by ASB on Nov 04, 2014 3:10 AM
|David Edgmon||Mabel Clark|
Mabel grave is right below E.F. Edmund 109611403 and Vina H. 109611553 Clark grave. Don't know if this could be her parents or not they would been 56 & 55 years old. No other Clark's around close.
|ASB||Infant Burnham 115908699|
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"This child is the child of Flora E Marden of New Hampshire and George H. Burnham of New Hampshire, not George E. Burnham's son."
I doubt the above statement, because he is buried next to George E Burnham in the Grove St. Cem. in Putnam, CT. Do you have some form of proof? The stone is worn enough that it could have been misinterpreted.
Added by ASB on Oct 28, 2014 10:15 AM
|David Edgmon||RE: Mable R. Clark?|
Hi Crystal this memorial is in Clark dry fork cemetery. We take care of this cemetery and will be mowing soon. I will get the information you are asking for. I can not remember off top of my head but I think it is off by itself. I 've learned there are many unmarked graves in this cemetery. I will make sure through.
|Liz (Roberts) Harris||RE: Eleazer Higdon|
Glad I could help .By the way my husband's branch of the Harris family came from North Carolina into Monroe County and stayed pretty much localized there
|Cynthia Jennings||David or Donald McAlpin|
I went to fulfill your request for David McAlpin. I had noticed you had mentioned David or Donald. I took photos of every plot for the McAlpins. There is no David. The Savannah online cemetery database doesn't have a Donald McAlpin listed. They could be wrong. I have noticed a few mistakes. I ended up taking down the photo because I realized the dates were incorrect. Sorry!
|MSL||RE: Will Sneed|
Yes, I am very well aware about the disparity in the various census records, but with so many men in the Sneed family with the same name (my own included), and having lived in the same area, I would want more documentation. Last year, I encountered an ancestor and her husband who had the same names as two other people. Those two other people were erroneously attached on many,many trees as having been my ancestor and her husband, until I dug deeper and found the correct documentation to prove otherwise. Good luck with your new consulting position.
Added by MSL on Oct 15, 2014 8:36 AM
|MSL||RE: Will Sneed|
Yes, I've seen this census, but that doesn't definitely mean that it's the same man. There's a 1910 census, with his wife Pearl and the twins, that says he was born in 1881, and the 1920 census, with his second wife, Alice, the twins, and two younger children, that states he was born in 1855. So, I can't really go by that.
Added by MSL on Oct 13, 2014 2:56 PM
Thanks for removing the d. c. from the other memorial. I got your message about Will Sneed. I've been researching him for a while now, but haven't been able to confirm who his parents were. How do you know for a fact that they were Richard and Martha?
Added by MSL on Oct 12, 2014 11:52 AM
|MSL||RE: Death certificate|
Of course you may ask. There are a few reasons. Since it's a memorial, I feel that it's not a proper place for such a document, although I know that it's allowed. In addition, the genealogical info is already on the memorial, and the death certificate can easily be found on the free familysearch.org web site for those genealogists that don't subscribe to Ancestry. I'd be happy to indicate on the memorial the D.C.# and where it can be found, if you'd like. You were kind enough to remove another one you had placed on another memorial a while back, so I didn't think that it would be a problem.
Added by MSL on Oct 09, 2014 11:18 AM
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