|Shirley Bryant-Dalton (#46815244)|
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|Luella Hinrichsen||RE: Hugh Ellsworth DeHart|
I thought I had this one done, and just found out I hadn't, sorry for the delay, I hope you'll be able to add what you found!
|Luella Hinrichsen||RE: Bryant|
Shirley I have looked and looked to find the one who was killed in the war, I'm wondering if maybe they never knew for quite some time that he WAS killed. If memory is right it was n Nov 1, 1918 & I've searched into 1919 for quite away with no results. You would think that would be big news of the lose, the mother was a "Gold Star Mother". MIA for some until much later. I don't know anything about the family, only what was in the obits.
You had me worried Shirley, when you weren't adding the obits I sent, I thought "well here's more I shouldn't have transferred, they're not going to add a thing to the memorials." So was happy to hear from you, and see you have added them now. I never found any obit for the others yet, but will see if I can before sending them on. It's easier that way. I'm always happy when family can add things, more meaningful, they know who they were. Luella
|Cross-Philpott||RE: Ollie Louise Stevens Ullery|
|Mary Rule||George Walker Roff|
George Walker Roff was married to Jettie Arrington. He was not married to Jettie Arrington Gray. Ruby Gray was married to George Walter Roff. George Walter registered for the Draft for World War I; his mother was Fannie M. Roff and he was a resident of Webster Groves, MO. The 1930 Census shows Ruby and George W. Roff in the household of Oscar M. Gray in St. Charles, MO. It shows his parents were both born Missouri. Charles Walker Roff was living in Wichita Falls, TX where his parents were shown as born in Ohio and Illinois. I know for sure that Charles Walker Roff's father Charles H. Roff was born in Coshocton Co., OH.
Jettie Arrington Roff was also buried in Galveston Memorial Park Park in Hitchcock, Galveston Co., TX.
|Luana Darby||Transfer Request|
Could you transfer the following pages to my account at your convenience? They are all close family members. I appreciate your work in creating their pages. My number is #48283703 (Luana Darby).
Daniel Richard Darby (brother in law) # 104014702
Richard William Darby (my father-in-law) # 139418566
Donna Mae Blocher Darby (Ericksen) (my mother in law) # 139419294
William Jesse Darby (my husband's grandfather) # 37723408
Janet Elizabeth Solomon Darby (my husband's grandmother) # 41562029
|Judith Wilkinson||Russell Price Bryant Find A Grave Memorial# 70068598|
I found the following burial:
Russell P. Bryant
Old Paint Lick Cemetery
Find A Grave Memorial# 127085838
As you know the parents of Russell Price Bryant ( Find A Grave Memorial# 70068598)
were George Allen Bryant and Hallie Lee Lamb Bryant.
In 1942 George Allen Bryant's parents were living but his grand parents, Greenberry Bryant & Mary Jane Hiatt Bryant,
were deceased and buried in Old Paint Lick Cemetery. There are many Bryants from this family in the Old Paint Lick Cemetery.
Thus I think it likely in 1942 that George would bury his son in the Bryant family plot, in the Old Paint Lick Cemetery in Paint Lick,
Garrard County, Kentucky.
Much of what I learned about this family after 1940 I learned from you. Thank you for the information you shared.
Please let me know if you think Russell Price Bryant & Russell P. Bryant are the same baby. Best Regards, Judy Wilkinson
|Earth Angel||RE: Ennis|
No I am not related.
|PMS Sillix||Rice Powe|
As far as I can find, neither Rice nor his wife, Harriet, died in Oregon. Rice was living in Garrard County, Kentucky in 1840 (the year he died) and probably died there.
|Tombstone Shadow||RE: Eliza S. Brown|
I found a biography for the man I believe to be her husband, Henry Cline. The death date isn't exactly the same, but it is very close and the birthdays match. See below:
Biography of Henry Cline from the Atlas of Putnam Co., Indiana: to which are added various maps, history, statistics (published 1879):
Cline, Henry, P.O. Ashby's Mills, Farmer, Section 12; was born in Shelby county, Ky., June 16, 1810; son of Jacob and Elizabeth Yount-Cline, natives of Shelby County; settled in this township [Franklin] and county in 1841. Married, June 2, of the same year, Julia Ann Bell, born in Shelby County, Kentucky., May 15, 1815; their children's names are as follows: David (deceased), Jane, John, Robert, Margaret and Julia Ann. Mrs. Cline died February 26, 1850. Married, January 10, 1854, Eliza S. Brown, born April 6, 1820, and died January 2, 1860, having borne one boy--Benjamin. His present wife, Barbara Ann Weddle, widow of Andrew Weddle, and daughter of Andrew and Elizabeth Apple; he married November 13, 1860. She was born in Ohio, November 20, 1819, and by her first marriage had seven children; has borne to Mr. Cline two--William (deceased), and Joseph. Mr. Cline is of German descent; his father and mother's father were soldiers in the Indian wars of Kentucky. He now owns 300 acres of land, the result of his own and family's industry; is strongly in favor of the temperance movement, and does what lies in his power to advance it. Politically, he is a Democrat. Few are better known in the county for honesty and sincerity of purpose.
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