|Regena Mitchell (#47013402)|
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For much of my life, I have been engaged in family history and genealogy. My grandfather, great uncle and great aunt created our first Mitchell Family History in the 1920s. Upon listening to our family stories and then, engaging in the research - my life has been greatly enriched. |
In my work with 'Find a Grave' I have focused on the Mitchell's and expanded to include daughters', wives' and mothers' families... Robinson, Black, Taylor, Gill, Cochran, McCampbell, Carson, Phillips, Mason, Brickey, Lorimer, Hendricks and Hall to name a few.
In particular, the Mitchell Cemetery in Union County, Ohio is where I started with my 5G grandparents, David Mitchell (1681-1757) and Jean McClellan (1706-1746) who are memorialized there. Currently, my work is moving to 'linking' family members who were buried in cemeteries outside Union County.
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Her maiden name was Scott.
Have a good!
|Brent Nimmo||Carson twins|
It is J & C ! Mud made it look like L. This stone was not on the 1902 reading, so it has been buried a long time! Are these your kin?
|Brent Nimmo||Carson twins in Madison Truro Cemetery|
What do you know about Carson infant son and daughter in Madison Truro,?
|Rev. Dale Sims||RE: James C. Taylor, Rosamond Grove Cemetery|
88 yrs 7mos 14ds. if I'm right I think he would have been born Mar. 9,1793
Thanks for the heads up
Added by ecila on Feb 06, 2014 11:20 PM
|Ted Pemberton||James Carson|
I'm related to all of the Pembertons buried at Hartland.
I found James Carson's info in the Hartland WPA listings. I don't know anything else about him.
Sorry I can't help you.
|skydancr||E. D. Mitchell|
The cemetery book indicates that Lemma is his wife.
I'm not sure about the marker. If you leave a photo request, someone will probably take a picture if there is one.
Added by skydancr on Nov 29, 2013 2:04 PM
Regena...I'm so sorry I told you I had Harry P. Clouse death date I think at 1888...that was suppose to be birth date That was going with Helen Ingram Clouse Thanks Jan Dietzman
Added by JED on Oct 19, 2013 11:15 PM
maybe you can help,
i see a valentine on find a grave named anne herron valentine there a lot of info about her family ,it says it was submitted by susan valentine in 2011 so apparently see probably still around. trying Is there a way to find out where this info came from officialy, i'm trying to find sources to trace my tree back to her father-in-law Barnabas Valentine a Rev,War veteran but i need to show official sources not just stories from other trees and so on.
Hope you understand
Thank you maybe you could e-mail me that would be great and easier for me to look for answer
maybe you could just send susan valentine's e-mail whatever you think is best
|Michael Hague||Adrian Lucille Seesholtz Baker|
Regena, Transferred Adrian Lucille Seesholtz Baker to you...
Take care... Michael
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