|Todd Whitesides (#47553735)|
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A native of Louisville, Kentucky, I've lived since 1998 in the Historic Licking River District of Covington, directly across the Ohio River from Cincinnati. |
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Thank you for the transfer. I will take good care of him. Janet
|Carlotta Draper||RE: Phebe Dunham Ludlow|
After much investigating, the Phebe Dunham Ludlow in my family is from a different generation and I appreciate you questioning my request. You were correct to do so.
Thank you very much,
|Frank Rinesmith||RE: J. Rogers Johnson|
Re your request to look for Timberlakes. I've made an initial check of cemetery records & found none buried in Paris Cem. I'll get w/the super & take a look at deed records & will let you know my findings. Thanks.
|Frank Rinesmith||Margaret A Griffing|
Went by her grave few days ago & noticed that cemetery straightened her stone. I can now read the inscription, which I added to her memorial #91642454 thru the "Edit" process. Thanks.
|Lillie Riney||RE: John Boarman|
I don't remember what cemetery you had him in. If you let me know, I will move him there. Thanks.
|Carol S||RE: Emma Meither|
Thanks. Wish something could be done to preserve this cemetery.
Added by Carol S on Apr 06, 2014 12:20 PM
|Carol S||Emma Meither|
Thanks. I added the info and linked her to her parents.
St Francis is one cemetery that I had wanted to visit when I lived in the Cincinnati area. Never got to do so. I have one relative-Anton Klump buried there that I wanted to search for. Thanks for all you do.
Added by Carol S on Apr 06, 2014 8:00 AM
|Linda||RE: William Middendorf|
Not familiar with this William Middendorf. I tried to link he with the Klotzbach or the Limburg but was not successful.
Question for you - I noticed you know about the German Pioneer Assoc. Is there a book about this group?
Added by Linda on Apr 05, 2014 9:03 PM
|Rob||Charles Gill correction|
Good catch! Campbell County GenWeb Newport Cemetery Records for 1862 had his death date listed as May 23, which was 2 days prior to the (first) Battle of Winchester. I'm gettin' sloppy in my old age!
Thanks for covering for me, buddy!
Added by Rob on Apr 05, 2014 2:59 PM
|Sharon Pearce||RE: William and Dorcas Rogers|
From my notes on Wm. (Dorcas Oliver who may also be Susan Lawrence) Rogers:
"It would appear from land records that William first settled at the town of Washington, located at the mouth of Ohio Brush Creek at the Ohio River, being Adams County's first county seat.
Later, about 1818, most of the Rogers west of Brush Creek died or moved to KY. Interestingly, at that time this Wm. bought land on Sulphur Run, above Stout's (aka Rome, Adams Co., OH). This is a hollow; I have driven it. Rather narrow. One wonders how he was able to dredge out much of a living, except for feeding some animals. Anyway, at the back or top of the road is the Samuel Montgomery farm, which faces back down the hollow, almost, not quite, a promontory.
Wm., I believe, is buried at Sandy Creek Cem. along with Dorcas and their daughter; only his marker has the name of John Rogers; I have written of this error extensively.
Oliver was buried at the Sulphur Run farm with his wife. People have seen the old fieldstone there, but reportedly it is deep under briars now and deserves to be cleaned out.
My guess about the village of Washington at the mouth of Brush Creek is that is was not viable, probably due to flooding, and settlers had to move on.
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