|Carolyn Leverich Atkinson (#47114736)|
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I am always searching for the 1870 census record of Francis Sarah Ann (any variation of) Click, with two children; Lena Rivers Allen abt age 6-7, and Ada Click abt age 1-2 in or between Cocke Co, Tennessee and Giles Co, Tennessee. |
I have posted a lot of family photos on memorials I have made and on other family memorials.
Everyone is welcome to use any photograph with my name under it. I do not own our ancestors. If you have photos you would be willing to share with me, I would love to hear from you.
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|Doris Christensen||RE: Nancy Josephine Rush Sheets picture|
You are more than welcome, appears I should have brushed some of the lichen off before I took it!
|Jackie L. Wolfe||Nancy Sheets|
Rush Done Thank YOU.
|Kathy LJPC||RE Flowers for my brother|
Thank you for leaving him flowers. I very much appreciate it.
|K L Bonnett||Willard Leverich|
Its weird but in the military of the Civil War , when they die they still refer to it as "mustered out". Chances are his headboard was no longer legible or gone by the time the move to national cemeteries took place (1867 or some even later). He died near the beginning of the war so he is probably an unknown. I'll investigate and find out to where the bodies of soldiers who died at Pea Ridge were moved. Many times the headboards were written in pencil so its pretty obvious why so many were no longer legible.
|K L Bonnett||Willard Leverich|
Do you know where Willard Leverich is buried - 9th Iowa Infantry.
From military records:
Leverich, Willard. Age 20. Residence Shell Rock, nativity Iowa. Enlisted Sept. 3, 1861.
Mustered Sept. 24, 1861. Shot in breast and killed March 7, 1862, Pea Ridge, Ark. Buried in
Cemetery, Pea Ridge, Ark.
Bodies were normally moved after the war about 1867 to national cemeteries. But by then his headboard may have been illegible or vandalized so could be buried as unknown.
|Memories From The Mist||RE: Vermont Cem Records|
Thank you for the kind words...you're very sweet! Hope you're having a wonderful summer...
|Carol Bishop||RE: Re Stiles Hanks|
Missouri, Death Records, 1834-10 for Syles J Hanks. Age listed as 76. Also, Stiles Hanks Jr in the U.S., Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865. Age on 1 July 1863: 39 Estimated birth year:abt 1824.
Hope this helps, I was disappointed I couldn't find the month and day.
|Richard Ross||RE: Corrections of Sullivan Ross|
No, I was asking what source you used to include his burial in that cemetery because I have not found anything in my years of searching.
|Richard Ross||Sullivan Ross|
Carolyn, I am wondering how my 5th GGrandfather showed up as being buried in West Galt Cemetery. Is there some documentation somewhere that lists him as being buried there? Cemetery Records? I know his wife, Emma is buried in the Galt Cemetery, but, for many years of searching I have not found any actual documentation showing Sullivan is buried anywhere in Mercer, Putnam, Grundy, or Sullivan Counties. I assumed he might be in an unmarked grave in Mercer County or actually could be buried on the property he purchased in Mercer County. He died between the purchase of the property in 1877 and before the 1880 Census was taken. He was born in 1836, and I also do not have any documents that show he is the son of David and Elizabeth, but, Sullivan was living with Elizabeth in 1850 in Logan County, but, it listed no relationship, so one could assume he was her son. This family of mine followed no standard naming conventions, except, George and Sullivan (brothers) both named their first born males William H. They left no Bibles, Mercer County Courthouse fire prior to 1900 did not help my research either. One clue, one of Sullivan's nephew's in Wayne County, Iowa reportedly owned a set of bagpipes which were supposedly handed down from Hugh Ross of Cumberland County, PA.
|Memories From The Mist||RE: James M Hasson and Jane Kelly Hasson memorials|
You're quite welcome...it was my pleasure...best of luck in your family research!
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