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MONTY LEE ROBERTSON, 1940 - Present|
Monty L. Robertson, eldest son of Charles Estel and Wilma Olive Mayfield Robertson was born at 11:50 P.M. on Saturday, January 20, 1940 at St. Mary Hospital, in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois. He married Pok San "Suzie" Kim on Thursday, January 5, 1967 at the United States Embassy in the Capitol City of Seoul, South Korea.
The subject of this brief biography is at present a Military Retiree of the United States Army and is a Veteran of the Vietnam War. I am currently, and have been since the late 1960's, a member of American Legion Post #37 at Quincy, in Adams County, Illinois and also a Lifetime Member of The Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post #10302 located at Springfield, in Sangamon County, Illinois. My estranged wife, Suzie Robertson passed away on March 22, 2003. Hobbies include, but are not limited to, Fishing, a life long love of Drum and Bugle Corps competition, Photography, and since April of 1995, the Genealogical Research and Recording of the Robertson and Mayfield Family History.
I have tried to be as accurate and precise as my sources allow in the posting of the Burial and Biographical Information I have submitted to the Find A Grave Memorial Site. I know I have probably made a lot of mistakes in the individual biography information, so if anyone has anything to add, or would like changes made, please feel free to Email me at the address provided. I am open to all forms of active criticism but before I will change any of the information in my personal data base I will require documented proof…mrbrtsn
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|Tree Leaf||Thank you|
Thank you very much for the transfer of the memorial page for Daniel Oliver Dunn.
|Bill McGraw||Wilma Olive Mayfield|
Thanks Lamont, I really appreciate what you have done in the history of the family, even tho I am only half brother I at least can see all the accomplishments of my "other family".
|Kim Stone||Margaret Ann Mewmaw Wasson memorial|
Margaret's my 3rd great. I love what you've done with her memorial...very detailed. I've added a couple photos of the Mewmaw home.
Kimberly Motley Stone
|Sally Jarvis||Martha Yates Scott Photo|
Thanks so much for taking the photo of the gravestone of Martha Yates Scott and her husband, John W. Scott.
Thanks for the photo!
Added by Sharon on Sep 16, 2013 8:06 AM
|linda rosenthal||Daniel Jacobs|
Daniel Jacobs is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Chatham Twp, Sangamon
|Donnie Ruyle||Frances Pemberton Edwards|
Thank you for adding the information. You are one of the top 10% that will do so
|Alan Albright||Taylor family of Adams Co. Illinois|
Just thought I would give a clarification on the Taylor family of Adams Co. Illinois
Alexander Hugh Taylor(went by Hugh) was the son of James Taylor b-17 Mar 1777 and Ann Sample b-12 Nov 1784. His older brother was Washington C. Taylor also buried in Adams Co.
Ann Sample Taylor b-12 Nov 1784 d-22 Jan 1867 is buried in Akers Chapel cemetery Pike Co. Illinois.
James Taylor b-17 Mar 1777 d- Sep 1839 is buried in Belmont Co. Ohio
The family came from York Co. Pa. Here is a blurp from Adams Co. history,
"Washington lived in York Co., Pa until he was nineteen years of age then moved to Belmont Co., Ohio in the year 1840. His father died there. In 1844 he went to Illinois, and settled in Payson township. During the gold fever in 1849 he united with what was known as the Seehorn train, and crossed the plains to Calif. He spent two years in the mines, and returned to Adams Co., in 1851.
He married Harriet L Edmonds and moved on to a farm of 113 acres."
The listing for Clarence W.(Washington) Taylor should be 24 Jul 1887 and died alsoin 1887, his parents were Albert Clarence Taylor b-22 Nov 1862 he married Minnie Savilla Lawrence 24 Dec 1884.
Mary Emily b-21 apr 1889 was also a child of Albert Clarence Taylor b-22 Nov 1862.
descendent of James Taylor and Ann Sample
|Bev||Headstone photo of Lousia Nipper|
Thank you so much for taken the photo of their headstone and attaching it to her memorial. I really
Added by Bev on Apr 07, 2013 5:40 AM
I saw in the bio for James Thomas Robertson you said there was a record for the cemetery as James E Robertson. This is the name of my 4th great grandfather who is supposed to have been buried in Mt. Olivet but is for certain not James Thomas. Did the burial record have any other information with it?
Added by Shella on Dec 29, 2012 2:03 PM
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