|Sharon Sabel Pike (#46543726)|
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Past President of the Meriwether Society. Past Editor of "Meriwether Connection", the newsletter of The Meriwether Society, Inc. Interested in researching all Meriwethers (or variant spellings) anywhere in the world.|
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|Rob M||Idele Keyes|
Sorry to report there's no surviving marker for Ms Idele. There is a monument for an ancestor, Sarah, 1818-1868.
Added by Rob M on Jan 28, 2016 5:59 PM
|Lisa Gunter McGowan||RE: Thanks!|
Sure use it however u like. Glad I could help.
|Kay G. Richards||Mrs. Giles|
Mother is in the Heritage Nursing Home on Main Street in Lawrenceburg. she is going down hill each day, some days she makes sense and some days she does not. At 97 she is still trying to hold on. There are not many from the church that goes to visit, they may not know where she is. Cell phones are not as easy to find people or information on where to locate family.
I do not know about the Grittons or your other family member but I have Mothers Genealogy so I I will look both of these names up and let you know later this week.
Hope you and your family are doing good.
|Charlie O||RE: Thanks!|
You may use any picture that I have on Find A Grave for your family tree.
|gs||RE: Breitenstein - Louis & Mary|
I will try to check on that, but it may be a while. I'll see what I can do.
Added by gs on Oct 26, 2015 5:35 PM
|gs||Breitenstein - Louis & Mary|
Sharon, that is the mausoleum at St. Peter's Cemetery. I have a book which was published in 1984 with burials up to that point. They are listed in the mausoleum (and the obituary posted on his record from Oct. 3 states that his body would be place in the mausoleum). In a comment with the pictures, I included the location as given in the book - North Section, Left Side of North Section, Rows 7 & 8. I do not know if I could get permission to go inside to get pics of the individual names. If I do at some point in time, I would post that also. I hoped that a picture of the mausoleum would be better than nothing . . . Please let me know if you prefer that I remove it.
Added by gs on Oct 26, 2015 1:34 PM
|Rob M||Meriwethers in Cave Hill|
I don't remember the names of those in that lot, but there is a Mildred, a Henry Hyatt, a couple of James - one who died in the mid-1860s.... I have a copy of the Lot card, but not with me at the moment. If you go to cavehillcemetery.com and use the search feature on the home page, you can get a good listing of which Meriwethers are where. This group is in Section E, Lot 31. The location, which was originally provided on McHenry's memorial, was erroneous.
Added by Rob M on Oct 14, 2015 7:53 PM
|Rob M||Mildred McHenry|
The markers in the cemetery lot are in fairly bad shape. I found one stone broken off and buried, but dug out enough to read the inscription, if I go back with water. The large Meriwether monument has numerous inscriptions, but two or three sides of them were unreadable when I was there. The next time I'm in that area I will attempt to use some detective skills to try to locate mention of Mildred and maybe even Martin. We aren't allowed to do much to the markers in Cave Hill and that's a good thing, generally speaking. Will add photos of anything new I might find.
Added by Rob M on Oct 14, 2015 2:17 PM
|Rob M||Martin McHenry|
Martin has no surviving headstone. Buried with him are:
Sally D Mchenry - does have headstone
Jean H McHenry - no headstone
I will add a photo of their burial site for Martin and Jean and will add a better photo for Sally.
There is no (cemetery) record of the woman you mentioned as his wife.
They are buried in a lot with the Meriwether family.
Added by Rob M on Oct 14, 2015 2:05 PM
There is also a Russel Kremer 1894-1950 WWI vet buried right next to Mildred. I took an image of his stone too.
Added by Bitsybee on Oct 09, 2015 5:50 PM
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