|J. L. Cobb (#46947837)|
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A special thanks to everyone for visiting and leaving flowers for my parents: James Lee Cobb and Alma Jean Crawford Cobb.|
Please visit my sister's memorial, who left this life 7APR2012, Kathy.
Please visit my sister's memorial, who left this life 29May2014, Peggy
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|Terry Milholland||Susan Gertrude Hacker|
Her name was Susan Gertrude:
Susan G Hacker Marriage, "Pennsylvania Marriages, 1709-1940," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V2XX-BFH : 6 December 2014), Robert Wilson Collins and Susan Gertrude Hacker, 14 Nov 1894; citing Waynesboro, Franklin, Pennsylvania; FHL microfilm 323,903.
Thanks for showering me with all the Hendersons, not sure how they are all connected, but will certainly research and link these families!
Added by rhm on Jul 21, 2016 5:53 PM
|Bob Scott||John Green|
Here's my info
I do not believe that John Green who married Sarah Burns was a son of Stephen Green and Mary Green. I think he might be the son of Stephen's brother Frederick or their likely brother, John Green In any event, the death certificate of John S. Green does not name his parents. A presumed sister, Elizabeth married John Wright in 1802 in Henry County, Kentucky, and Wright was bondsmen the marriages of Stephen and Frederick. This may explain why John S. Green was buried in the Wright Cemetery
The dates of Stephen and Mary's son John are not known. However, all indications are he stayed in Madison Twp., Jefferson County, Ind., and married Cloe/Clarissa Law, there in 1825. He was born about 1806 from his age in the censuses. In 1850 and 1860, he was in Madison Township and judging from his neighbors int he census, he lived on Ryker's Ridge, which is where several of Stephen and Mary's children lived.
So I can't give you a link just an argument that the wrong John is linked here. If anyone has any info documenting John S's parents, I'd love to see it.
Hello, my name is Tonya Dearth and I recently was in Ghent, KY and remembered that my Grandma was buried there. After doing some research on line I see that my Great Grandma and Grandpa where also buried there, possibly my grandma's brother as well. I didn't find a photo of my Grandma's grace, her name is Frances McIntyre Longdon. Her parents are Shird and Georgia McIntyre. Would it be possible to get a picture of her grave uploaded?
|Martha Fontaine Byrum||RE: Jennie Cobb|
There was a Jane Vaughan Cobb found with different birth & death dates.
|Ricky Perry||Find a memorial 22615480|
My dad passed away and you have him at Carrollton IOOF Cemetery. He is buried at Gumlick Cemetery in Williamstown Ky. Please remove this from Carrollton,Ky cemetery.
FIND A MEMORIAL # 22615480 Thank you
|Mike (AKA) Gabby||RE: Cobb markers|
|Kentucky Fran||Transfer Request for #31550875|
Hello. Thank you for posting Memorial #31550875 for Robert James Howe (1855-1910). My husband is Robert's great-grandson (Robert Howe > Sarah Eva Howe Salyers > David H. Salyers II > David H. Salyers III). We have extensive info, records, and stories about the Howe family. If you transfer this memorial to us, we will use these materials to develop the memorial and connect Robert with his family posted elsewhere on Findagrave. Thanks for considering our request.
|Ilene Murray||Mattie Coombs Carlisle|
RE: Memorial 31607278; this is Mattie T. Coombs Carlisle. You have her listed as Hattie. If you look closely at her stone, you will see the M's on her and her husband's name match, although they are a bit hard to read.
Mattie was the daughter of Judge Samuel Coombs and his wife, Emma Evaline Mitchell. She is related to many people in the IOOF Cemetery in Carrollton, Carroll Co., Kentucky. If you'd like more information on her or her family, just let me know.
|Todd Rice||RE: Daniel H Cobb|
You're very welcome! I was able to take a few photos today when I was there visiting my grandfather.
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