|Laurence Corder (#46806727)|
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|Pam Miller||Eva Lobingier McIntyre|
Thanks so much for posting the gravestone for Eva (and husband Charles). I did not have any information about him, so I am doubly grateful.
You can add photos. Also send me any information you want added and I will add. Just try and note where the information came from and please BE ACCURATE.
Added by CPR on Sep 17, 2012 10:10 AM
|Sherry Bradley||Benjamin Fisher|
I noticed an inscription for a 7-year-old Benjamin Fisher in Sinclair-Corder Cemetery. Benjamin is a name that was given to one of my great great grandfather's sons. He was John J. Fisher who lived in Clay Township in 1885. His first wife, my great great grandmother was Sarah Elizabeth (Harrison) Fisher and she's buried at High Point Cemetery along with children by herself and the 2nd Mrs. Fisher. John J. Fisher's 2nd wife was Louisa Sutton, and this couple moved to Kansas.
Back to Benjamin in Sinclair-Corder Cemetery: The dates puzzle me: Born 1775 and died 1882, at 7 years of age. Are his parents S.J. & S.E. Fisher, buried in Sinclair-Corder, too? Perhaps the stone is shared by more than 1 burial?
Thank you for all you do for so many of us in need of help.
Sherry in Albuquerque
|Cherri Lusk||RE: Ruth Ann Lusk|
Do any of you have a bible or anything which gives the parents of Ruth? I do not know if she is a sister to my William Lusk or a daughter of Wm or Charles. I do know from William's will that John and Ruth bought things at William's estate sale. The only thing that makes me skeptic is that none of the brothers, Wm, Charles or John named any of their daughter's Ruth. None of their children used the name Ruth either. So I am hoping you can help me.
|Dick ODonnell||Showalter Grave Marker|
Lawrence - many thanks for taking the photos of Elmer Showalter grave marker, they are greatly appreciated
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