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|Bradley Edwards||RE: Fraers|
|Hal Herrin||RE: Emily Rhymes|
Yes, she may very well be in an unmarked grave as I observed approx 20 which have rocks/stones but no markings.
|Hal Herrin||Emily Rhymes|
You added this name to Quicksand Cemetery in Newton County, Tx and requested a photo of the marker. I seached the cemetery and will return and search again in a couple of weeks. Did you actually see the grave in person or add it from an obituary? Thanks
|redhead0ca||re annie haines|
there is an annie haines buried in 1929 but no annie buried in 1939 can you please confirm your dates - i will be going to this cemetery in the next 2 weeks so please let me know thanks
|Krista McKitrick||RE: Permelia Crumbaugh|
I just found one on here for this other Permelia. I will cont. my search I haven't went all the way through Oak Grove. I will let you know. Thanks for the feed back.
|Krista McKitrick||Permelia Crumbaugh|
Hello Beth I'm trying to find Permelia for you and I have found the name but the dates are different....Dates are Born Aug 27,1858 Died Sept 10, 1860 she is the daughter of L.A. and S.M. Crumbaugh I have the picture just want to check with you before I post it.
|Ken Y||RE: Tribbys at Moorhead, Holmes Co, OH|
Thank you Beth. I assume you're referring to the Thomas Tribby buried there, husband of Deborah. As to the mysteries regarding the cemetery, I just took a close look at the photo of the cemetery entrance, clearly at a church, and read the caption that says it is located at the Moorhead Mennonite Church. Does that mean that our Tribbys were Mennonite? Were only Mennonites buried there? Maybe I can find someone in that area who knows the history.
Added by Ken Y on Oct 30, 2012 9:15 AM
|Ken Y||Tribbys at Moorhead, Holmes Co, OH|
Hi Beth, I'm a direct descendant of John Tribby and Lydia (Poulson) Tribby, buried at Moorhead, Holmes Co, OH. I think that John was the brother of the Thomas Tribby also buried there, and Lydia was the sister of Thomas's wife, Deborah Poulson Tribby. And I agree - it looks like most of the other Tribbys buried there (Landon, William, James, Jasper and Nancy) are children of Thomas and Deborah.
I'm hoping you might be able to clear up some confusion on the cemetery itself. I see that some family histories on Rootsweb refer to it as Morehead Cemetery. Then I found a cemetery transcript on the holmeslibrary.org site that lists most of the same Tribbys but identifies it as Moreland Cemetery. Then to further confuse matters, I found a short transcript on the ohiogravestones.org site for the Moorhead Mennonite Cemetery in Holmes Co., but listing only 4 members of the McCollough family.
Also, I'm wondering about the location of Moorhead Cemetery, whether it could be located on land west of Holmesville that was once owned by the Moreland/Moland family?
Appreciate anything you can do to clear up my confusion.
Added by Ken Y on Oct 29, 2012 4:49 PM
|John Dowdy||Darwin Rasmussen|
Dear beth, Any information availble for Darwin?
Was he in the 8th AF WW
Lt 389th Bomb group.
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