|Lester Letson (#46627920)|
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Born and raised in Fresno, California of Alabama born parents, got into Genealogy in 1997 when I could not figure out what else to do with this computer on-line. I have built up quite a lot of pictures of old shots of Clay County and Jefferson County Alabama. I have visited most of the cemeteries of my ancestors and my Wife's ancestors in Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas. A Self-proclaimed Historian with a California Historical society (E Clampus Vitus), I am visiting places of historical interest and with my trusty Dimage , Vivitar and Olympus digital cameras have been taking pictures of headstones at whatever cemeteries we may visit and Historical Monuments in our travels in California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Washington. In Fresno, I have added the 1919 biographies of early Fresno residents from the Paul E Vandor book titled "The History of Fresno County" to as many listings as I could. If you have something you would like to have added to a Bio, just drop me a line.|
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|Phyllis Adamson||Memorial #9908056|
Louisa Essman Hinton, 1839-1915, Alabama
"Mother of Seab Hinton, Molly Hinton, Martha Lee "Mattie" Hinton Crim (1871-1945), James Axley Eugene Hinton (1873-1945)"
1900 Census said she was the mother of 3 children; 3 still living.
Records show these names:
Mary Elizabeth "Molly" Hinton
Martha "Mattie" Lee Hinton
James Axley Eugene Hinton
Molly was born 10mo after Louisa and Walter married. Can you help me find any information on the child "Seab Hinton"?
My connection is: Dicey C. Naish Essman Wyatt > Louisa N. Essman Hinton > Martha "Mattie Lee Hinton Crim > Charles Wesley Crim (my grandfather).
|Sarah Davis-Espinosa||Pedro & Paula Garza|
Thank you for adding them. This is my husbands grandparents. If you would like to transfer them to me I would be happy to accept.
|Don Bedwell||Little Grove Cemetery|
Cemetery notes and/or description:
The confusion comes from the fact that the church and cemetery are rural, outside of Walnut Hill. Walnut Hill is in Marion County, but the cemetery is in Jefferson County.
|German-Irish Lady||Little Grove Cemetery|
Just a short message to let you know that Little Grove Cemetery (also called Little Grove Christian Church Cemetery) is in Walnut Hill, Jefferson County, Illinois. The north/south dividing line is Walnut Hill Road. The South side of Walnut Hill Road is Jefferson County, IL and the North side of Walnut Hill Road is Marion County. (I live here so I should know.) Someone on Find A Grave (must not be from around here) has also wrongly listed this same cemetery as being in Jefferson City, Jefferson County, Illinois which again is entirely wrong
|Helen Bickel||Caleb Edson Harman picture|
The picture posted is of his father Caleb Harman 1836-1815. I have a picture of Caleb Edson Harman and wife given to me by his great grandson Walter Russell. Our family is from Caleb Sr. brother's family Hiram Harman of Iowa.
Thank you for the transfer of Marvin DiCeglie's memorial. I was finally able to link Marvin with his parents and all of his siblings here on Find A Grave. That meant a lot to Marvin's surviving daughter. Your kind efforts to establish his memorial are also greatly appreciated.
Added by Judith on Apr 08, 2015 12:41 AM
No rush. Have a nice week and don't work yourself too hard! P
|Brenda A. Darbyshire||Ezekiel Hall|
This is a photo of the grave you requested at Oakview. I can download it but then cannot find it
|Joy||RE: Steve Stiles|
You are most welcome. It was my pleasure. If you find out who JA Stiles is that is buried with him, I'll be glad to change the photo and upload it to the memorial. Check your email for more info.
Added by Joy on Mar 30, 2015 8:59 PM
|c sato||RE: William and David Turner|
Thank-you for correction. We have David Turner Sr. b. 1801 d. 1857 based information from a descendant, but I don't know where she got the information. He was 49 in the 1850 census, so that would be b. 1801.
If any Turners of this family want to know more about other parts of their ancestry re Blair line please let me know.
David Turner Sr. married Mary Blair, the daughter of James Blair and Isabel Waddle. The Blair and Waddle families were from Rev. War patriots. Mary Blair's grandfather William Blair was the first Rev. War veteran buried in Iowa. I am a Blair researcher and belong to the Blair Society for Genealogical Research (www.blairsociety.org).
Mary (Blair) Turner died having her youngest son, David Jr., in 1839. David Sr. kept the oldest three children, Isabel, James and Wm. T. with him and went to Calif. in or after 1850. May have gone to the Gold Rush. He is in the census in 1850 in Center (or Centre), Porter Co., IN. David Turner Jr. was in the household of his grandparents James and Isabel Blair and it looks like he never went to California. Since he was a baby I don't know if the family in Calif. even knew about him. He moved to Great Bend, Barton Co., KS and raised his family there.
Added by c sato on Mar 30, 2015 1:40 PM
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