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|Carolyn Leverich Atkinson||Hamer Picture|
Would you please attach your picture of the tombstone of Harriet Emeline Johnson Hamer to her husband?
Her husbands Find A Grave memorial is:
Created by: Kirk Robert Sellman
Record added: Sep 18, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 97359725
She is attached as a wife.
Carolyn Leverich Atkinson
There are 2 Anson Ingels 1842-1868 & 1805-1857. We have a photo taken by a relative of Anson 1805-1857's memorial that shows his dates. She said he was buried in Reno Bethel Cem. That may be in error because his wife Eleanor Dusky Ingels and his children are buried in Hazel Dell Cem. I will try to contact her.
Added by gingels on Jul 17, 2015 12:21 PM
|a friend or relative||RE: Kiger|
I have looked up some things on the internet. I am not sure which item you refer to. Try looking on www.familysearch.org - - - - - or - - - - - - - http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=142120370 - - - - - I assume that some of the names of their kids are Darlington or other because they were born before Henry Kiger's marriage date of Oct 30, 1852 to Melinda McAuley. By the way familysearch.org is free for the most part unless you click into something else while you are in there.
|ellen white||Logan Cemetery|
Do you know the location of the Logan Cemetery in Louisville? I am trying to compile a comprehensive list of all Jefferson County cemeteries. Thanks.
|Andy Grant||Re: Preymack|
I just realised you had the two requests. There does not seem to be a "Preymack" in Wadena. This is a fairly popular name I'm told, in a small town 20 - 30 minutes from here. I can help look into things further if you like.
|Andy Grant||Re: Edward Preymack|
I have been out to the Wadena Cemetery numerous times, and spoken with their staff. Were all of the opinion that Edward is not buried here.
If there is anything more I can help with, feel free to contact me.
|Ed Pfeifer||RE: Charles Parsons Sr|
How do you want to fix it? Can delete my entry, if you like.
|Shelly Rhodes ||RE: Maggie reed|
We live very close to the cemetery and have looked for her several times. I'm sorry we couldn't locate her but will continue to double check.
|Kathy ||RE: parker|
Thank you so much. Briton she was then and married a Combs, perhaps had a son Nelson Combs who is 14 and living with Sarah Bissell and my gg.grandmother Julia Bissell in Sangamon. I always thought Nelson Combs was her nephew but I'd now say he was her son and 14 years old in that 1850 census. Thanks again, take care of those eyes!
Added by Kathy on May 05, 2015 1:36 PM
|Kathy ||RE: parker|
Thank you and do take care of your eyes. I went back and read every single thing I could find in the three Dewitt cemetery's. Didn't see anything to connect to Sarah.
Her stone says Sarah B. Parker. Buried same place as her husband John Parker. Top of page says Sarah Briton Combs Bissell Parker. She had one daughter Julia Ann Bissell, whose father was dead by 1850 census. A marriage record is recorded from transcription which is shown as index card in Sangamon; Sarah Combs to V.S. Bissell, his stone in Withrow cemetery reads; Isaac V.S.Bissell. Got a copy of the marriage record which has Sarah's last name scratched out and unreadable and Robertson or Robinson written in. So, I'm lost. Nelson Combs lives with Julia and Sarah, seems too young at 14 to be her son, maybe an aunt?
If you come across anything I'd be thrilled to hear the news. Funny how we hunt for years sometimes and tah-dah, you find an answer then on to the next. we do love the hunt. Again, thanks and take care.
Added by Kathy on May 03, 2015 8:55 AM
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