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A 'family historian' for 30+ years I only recently began taking cemetery photographs as time became available...I'm more than happy to fill requests, including those for 2 areas we visit several times each year: Clarksville, TN and Decatur, Illinois. My deepest thanks to all of the incredible volunteers at Find-A-Grave who have advanced my genealogy research tremendously, but even more important, have touched my heart with their many kindnesses and personal letters. You make this site a great one, and I salute you all!|
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Good to hear from you Karen
I added the link to Charles' mother
Krrp me posted
Added by archtype on Jan 27, 2014 2:53 PM
|CSherm||John Lewis 1692 - 1754|
It was so late last night, and I was so excited to see the email notifying me of the photo request success for this John Lewis, I forgot my manners and neglected to introduce myself. I am the 6th great granddaughter of Charles Lewis (1696-1779) who was the brother of the John Lewis in the memorial you provided the photographs for. You probably already know this, so I'm merely listing it for context as to my connection to the Warner Hall Lewis family, but my 6th great grandfather, Charles, was married to Mary Howell, the half-sister of Frances Fielding, wife of John Lewis and mother of his 3 sons: Warner Lewis, Esq., Fielding Lewis, and Charles Lewis.
I've been doing family research for about 6 years or so, but have really only been giving it extensive energy in the last few months, largely cross-referencing the 2 books my brother and I inherited from my dad: "The Reads and their Relatives" by Alice Read Rouse, published in 1930 and the book I mentioned in my earlier note called "Lewis of Warner Hall: The History of a Family" by Sorley and checking it with the online references available through Ancestry.com and, of course, (where would we be without[?]) Google. :)
It's all very fascinating stuff!!
I hope this finds you well.
Added by CSherm on Jan 25, 2014 4:55 PM
|CSherm||Col. John Lewis|
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request and for the WONDERFUL photos of Col. John Lewis 1692 - 1754 and of Warner Hall!
I was informed when I made the requests for some photos of the graves at Warner Hall (and perhaps you are the one who informed me, so if this is old news to you, please forgive the redundancy) that many grave sites from the Warner Hall Cemetery were transferred to 2 primary places: Ware Episcopal Cemetery and Abingdon Episcopal Church Cemetery. There are photos of the 13 remaining interments at Warner Hall on this web page: http://www.carolshouse.com/cemeteryrecords/warner/
Are you familiar with the book compiled by Merrow Egerton Sorley in 1979 called: Lewis Of Warner Hall: The History Of A Family? If not, and you would like information on the Lewis family I have a copy of the book and would be happy to look up and provide you with information from the book.
Added by CSherm on Jan 25, 2014 1:30 AM
I've transferred this memorial per your request, and look forward to your improvements.
Added by archtype on Jan 07, 2014 11:15 PM
|Graveyard Shift||Civil War Vets|
My pleasure Karen. Sorry I couldn't get better pics. The markers are very worn out. Not even sure that a little chalk etch would have helped. Happy New Year to you too.
|Tony & Cindy Lloyd||Jesse Howard #57639537|
We created his memorial from the list of Civil War veteran burials in Nebraska. This is all the data we have on him. We have been contacted over the years by other contributors stating that there are errors with the data. All we can do is make corrections as these problems are discovered.
Sorry we could not be of any further assistance.
Tony & Cindy Lloyd
|Jennifer||RE: Central Chapel United Methodist Church Cemetery|
This church is located at the very end of Dotsonville Rd. Hope that helps!
Added by Jennifer on Nov 11, 2013 7:16 AM
|Tony & Cindy Lloyd||Civil War veterans in Nebraska|
We began our Find A Grave journey by creating memorials from a list of Civil War veterans buried in Nebraska. By doing so we hope to honor their service to our country. We will happily post any additional information you have available; however, if you are not a relative then we reserve the right to deny your transfer requests per Find A Grave guidelines.
Thank you for all that you do for the Find A Grave community and good luck with your family history research.
Tony & Cindy Lloyd
|Pam White Minton||Salem Cem|
Corrections have been made to Hinton & Morrison memorials. Thanks for the information. Pam
|Syd Gardner||Regarding Emily Lyle Morrison, 109072338 ~|
I think you'll find that the cemetery records that indicate Emily's name as Emily Waller Morrison are simply incorrect.
Of course, it is possible that Emily was married to a Waller, but I've been unable to verify that.
On the other hand I do know that Emily's sister Melissa Ann Lyle was married to a Waller in 1873, while Miss Emily J Lyle was married in 1880 to John T Morrison.
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