|Ellen Bishop||RE: Jessie Jones in Goshen County|
Please send this on edit of the Memorial I have so I can see what you are talking about better.
|Ron Stewart||RE: Delph White Marshall|
Thanks. I had not seen that link. Perhaps she was living with one of her daughters, since her husband had died, and was buried in an extra plot owned by her daughters's in-laws. Seems plausible to me.
Since the grave is unmarked I hate to add a memorial to Find A Grave since we would not be able to "prove" her burial there.
|Amanda Fox||RE: Death Cert on Memorial 59467506|
I tried to find any information about James Black's parents but I couldn't find any further information for you. I searched for his obituary hoping there could be some information. I did find his obituary and funeral notice but there is no mention of his parents in it, just his children's information. I requested the contributor managing his memorial to add the death the notice's of his death and they are currently on his memorial.
The only thing I could think regarding the name of his mother that she could be Mary Ann or maybe Ann Mary or this could be wrong? About the birth location for her that could always be incorrect. I've found a lot of death certificates that have incorrect information from wrong birth dates, wrong birth locations or misspelled names.
I don't know if you have located his parents directly because I did find a memorial for a Thomas Black who died 03-29-1871 in Sparta, Randolph County, IL (#7976631) & Anna McMillan Black born 10-20-1820 and died 03-6-1898 (#91808229) and wondered if these are his parents?
|Larry & Nancy Brooks||RE: Gene White Obit|
It is a very nice tribute to one of our fallen heros. Thank you for adding the obit. and pictures. Nancy
|Vernon Gibbons||Gene White|
I transferred our grand father to you. I worked with Gene in the late 60's and early 70's.
|Leon Barton||RE: James and Mary Mann - Hebron Covenanter Cemetery|
The memorials for James and Mary mann have been transferred. I have some White family also. Mine came over from England in the late 1800's and located in Reno County, Kansas.
|Sherry Ross||White ancestry|
I have not delved into that particular tree very much, but after having my dna tested with ancestry.com the White name pops up the most often out of hundreds of distant cousins. My first White was Anna Catherine born 1835 in Roane TN and died in Dade Co. MO. 1886 married name Bridges. The earliest I have on my tree is John White 1760, Culpepper VA -1820. There many other trees that show even earlier Whites before him, but before I go there I need some evidence before I copy.
Hi Benjamin, Yes! I did received them. I am in the process of posting their names to the pictures. Was very impressed. Could you maybe post the family picture of Henry Clay Whites to his memorial on Find A Grave? Thanks, lets keep in touch, Jen
Added by Jen on Apr 09, 2013 5:11 PM
|Floyd Strader||Jesse white|
Just a thought -- You sure we are both talking
about the same Jesse white? Your Jesse and
mine could be two different fellows. ??
|Floyd Strader||RE: Jesse A White #50946673|
Okie dokie --- The info for parents was sent
by someone else if I remember right.
The wife on the stone of course is Minnie. I have
no info on any other wife.
The dates for his b and d are the same as
on the stone and on his death cert.
Also - his wife - Minnie's obit lists his
dod same as the stone.
Floyd H. Strader
Boone Co., Cemetery Man
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