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|Susan Schuster||RE: Hess|
The Finch grave was also at New Scotland Presbyterian Church Cemetery.
Have a good new year!
|Martin W Johnson||RE: Sidney Heath|
I'm just noting inf. for area civil war veterans etc., from indexes & transcriptions of court houses & newspapers, ive done in the past 47 years. martin johnson belvidere, Illinois historian.
|L. Finley||RE: David M. Stillwell|
Thank you for the offer to transfer, but it's not necessary. The connection is very distant.
|Linda Weaver||RE: Richter|
I would gladly take the transfers if you want to do so. Thanks
Thank you so much for the Dean transfers.
Could you please tell me what is the year of death for Peter S Biedekapp ? born 1852 in Germany Thank you
A record was created for the infant daughter.
Added by RW on Nov 24, 2015 5:04 PM
|RW||Hallie E. Williams|
The headstone for Hallie E. Williams appears to have a second child buried in the same gravesite.
Hallie was born in 1880 and died in 1887. The bottom line says Infant dau 1887 - 1887.
Hallie's mother passed away apparently in New York about 1896. Her name was Anna Irene Wagoner.
The owner of the Protection Cemetery might be able to verify if there was a second daughter buried in or near that site.
Added by RW on Nov 24, 2015 12:44 PM
|Jacqueline Auclair||Sampson George|
I have this rather long info on Sampson George from the North Riding Register of Deeds, May 12 & 13, 1826, Vol. FG 39 44. Probably too long to post on his memorial page, but thought I'd send it along.
North Riding Register of Deeds 1826 12 & 13 May volume FG 39 44
Memorial of indentures of lease and release. Lease between (1) Thomas Barker of East Layton, Yorkshire, farmer, Robert Nelson of Melsonby, farmer and Sampson George of Gayles, parish of Kirby Ravensworth, Common brewer, devisees in Trust and Executors of the Last Will and Testament of James Swetnam late of Gayles, Common Brewer, deceased, and (2) The Right Honourable Algernon Percy Lord Prudhoe.
Release beween (1) Thomas Barker, Robert Nelson, and Sampson George (2) Esther Swetnam of Bakewell in the County of Derby, widow and relict of James Swetnam, deceased and (3) Algernon Percy Lord Prudhoe - concerning all that messuage dwelling house or tenement with Brewhouse and Malt Kiln, stables, buildings, and appurtenances... and piece of ground, garth, and garden adjoining said messuage of one and a half acres. All which premises are lying together within the Township of Gayles, on the South side of the High Street or Road leading from Gayles to Kirkby Ravensworth, heretofore in the occupation of James Swetnam and now of Sampson George. And all other the Freehold messuage dwelling house or tenement, closes, parcels of ground and hereditaments of them the said Thomas Barker, Robert Nelson and Sampson George situate in the township of Gayles devised to them by the said will and codicil of the said James Swetnam deceased. Registered at Northallerton 10 August 1826.
Sorry about the long edit on Mumfords, didn't know you weren't related.
I've seen a lot of find a grave memorials showing up on ancestry.com as proof of birth, death, etc...then that info flowing into member's family trees...and then through the 'hints' it seems that everyone's family trees get wrong!
So I'm trying to be as careful as I can with my memorials and thought I would share with you what I know.
Yes, I would be glad to take care of #82781863 Louella, #98170047 Evington Mumford & wife #98170080 Hannah Moon Mumford, and any other Mumfords in Annawan or Fairview Cemeteries.
Thanks for responding and thank you for all your work setting up the memorials, I appreciate it!
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