|Paul R Sarrett, Jr (#46879997)|
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I have been dong Genealogy & Family History for some 40 years.|
I am President of the Sarratt/Sarrett/Surratt Families of America (SFA)
I would like to exchange any information on these Families.
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|Gale Yocum||Nancy Cushenberry|
I just returned from the Liberty Cemetery in an effort to take a picture of Nancy Cushenberry's gravestone. However, the gravestone for a Nancy Cushenberry was for a child rather than a grown lady. She was the daughter of Robert W. and Nancy E. Cushenberry. Do you want me to post it on Find A Grave or what? Gale Yocum
|Family Hunter||Duplicate Memorials|
Hi, I noticed you have been creating a few duplicate memorials in the Chincoteague Cemeteries.
I love the information you put on yours but you should had probably contacted who originally created the memorials and ask them to add your information or ask to have that memorial transferred to you.
|roger lineberry||John Andrew Nichols|
Did you get my edit for John Nichols whose parents were Hiram #52383722 and Elizabeth #48965988 Nichols? Hiram is my wife's great-grandfather.
We are trying to link all the children. Thanks,
Roger & Martha
|Mary Kay Frank Armstrong||RE: Martha McLane Hart, Memorial# 112030476|
Hello Paul. The David McLane you linked her to is incorrect. Her father was David McLane b. bet 1806-1811 d. 10-17-1885 Madison township, Columbiana Co., OH. Elizabeth G Adams McLane was b. Nov 1808 and d. 5-29-1891 Wellsville, Columbiana Co., OH.
I have not been able to discern their burial sites.
David's father was William McLane b. abt 1759 in Ireland and Eleanor Martin b. 1767 Albany, NY.
I suspect David and Elizabeth may be buried at the West Beaver Unit Presbyterian cemetery because William McLane is there.
Below is from the Henry R. Baldwin records:
West Beaver UP Cemetry, Madison township: Some inscriptions from this cemetery were also copied by Henry Baldwin in the early 1900s, and are found in his collection at the Youngstown Ohio Public Library, Vol. 6-7 p. 104+. Only those stones which are now missing are listed:
William McLane, b. 1759, d. June 27, 1828 age in his 69th year. Stone broken.
Thomas McLane, b. Aug 25, 1803, d. Aug 21, 1822 age 19 year
Henry R. Baldwin Records Vol 14, p. 22 - this is a hand written entry - Madison township Columbiana county Range 2 south of Elk Run west of St. Clair:
William McLane Sr. - remarks - c 1813 son of John Sr. R.S. PA - b. 1759 d. 1828; in right hand column which is entitled "where born" it states age 87 yrs, 7 mos in (?) year stone broken hard to read Washington Co., PA
Vol 40 p. 248 - this document is handwritten and sparse; It is listed under Madison township Co, OH; Cemeteries Yellow Creek on Sec 6 on John Smith's farm Towns and Villages West Point Glasgow - remarks column states - c. 1813 Washington Co., PA; William McLane b. 17-- d. 18-- right hand remarks state son of John
c. 34-37 p. 52 - handwritten; Wm McLane w. Eleanor Martin - left hand column remarks - "c. 1813 son of John R.S. c. PA" right hand remarks - from Washington Co., PA
Vol 22-23 p. 43 - handwritten; townships in Columbiana Co Madison township towns West Point, Glasgow - Wm McLane (man) c. 1813 Washington Co., PA son of John; (wife) Eleanor Martin
Vol 25-26 p. 171 - handwritten left column is entitled war record (it is blank for Wm McLane); under where from it states c 1813 Washington Co., PA; under remarks it states w Eleanor Martin
William, David, Daniel, David McLane were all justices of the peace in Columbiana Co., OH. The first three in Madison township, and then Daniel continued after moving to East Liverpool. After Daniel died, his son David served in this position. If you have access to newspapers.com there are MANY articles that relate to Daniel. He served in the civil war, 78th OH.
|Danny Chancellor||Manson Eugene Sarratt|
There is no record that Manson Eugene Sarratt is buried in Holdenville Cemetery, Oklahoma. The book shows the following for Effie:
Clark, Valerie OC 276 SP4
Sarratt Effie OC 276 SP5
Bradley Elizabeth OC 276 SP6
Bradley Irene OC 276 SP7
Bradley A. H. OC 276 SP8
|Ani Blair||SC and Quinn Connections|
I noticed your uploads to the SC genweb site. Thank you for uploading all of the census data. I read the message where you invite people to contact you for connections, which you listed. I have two separate issues I would like any information you may have. First, I found the actual handwritten SC census data somewhere, and cannot find where I stored the link. Specifically, I am currently looking for info about Edgar P Williams, (possible scoundrel and my 3x great grandfather), and how the Williamses of York District SC related to one another. A second connection is on your list- the Quinns. My Somekindof Great Grandfather Price, was Daniel Guinn Price. His Mom was Mary, I believe, and I have seen the Quinn/Guinn name used interchanged. I look forward to hearing from you and any knowledge you may have on these or other related issues.
|James E Samples, Sr||Duplicate Memoril|
was wondering if your Memorial# 86223723 is the same person as the Find A Grave Memorial# 66828516
|Bonnie Cecilia "Dusty" Haas||Samuel Sarratt|
Hi, I was just wondering if you're positive that Samuel Sarratt is actually 4 (103280585) as you have him because according to my family tree he is a third not fourth.
|mary beth marchant||Erma Cottle Sarrett|
Created by: Paul R Sarrett, Jr
Record added: May 23, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 130254276
Question: Have you surveyed Fairview Cemetery in Denison, Grayson Cty, Texas for her gravestone. According to her death certificate, her body was removed to Roff, Oklahoma. I think she may have been buried with her parents in Pontotoc County, Oklahoma. Death certificate information has certainly known to have been incorrect.
|H W||Surratt, Alphus and Lougenia|
Were you ever able to come up with any additional information for Alphus and Lougenia Surratt, Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Rowan County?
I see it still shows "one problem reported". I will be in the Salisbury area next week and thought I would give it a try.
Thanks, H W
Added by H W on Jun 03, 2015 7:17 AM
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