|Carolyn Leverich Atkinson (#47114736)|
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I am always searching for the 1870 census record of Francis Sarah Ann (any variation of) Click, with two children; Lena Rivers Allen abt age 6-7, and Ada Click abt age 1-2 in or between Cocke Co, Tennessee and Giles Co, Tennessee. |
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|MFC||MARY L. PALFREYMAN|
I believe that I found out who Mary is. Mary Loftus married David H. Palfreyman in Cuyahauga (sp?)Co Ohio 28 Dec 1922. They were living in Iowa in 1957, the YOD for David. I did not find any evidence that they had any children. Found her SSI and an Oregon death record stating her husband was David H and that the maiden name was Loftus. She died on 21 Feb 1988 in Linn Co Oregon. Whether her remains were shipped back to Indiana, I do not have that answer yet. I will call the lady who has the records for Circle Hill. It may take some time before I hear from her. Does this information coincide with any that you may have?
Added by MFC on Aug 26, 2014 10:45 AM
Somehow there is a mix-up and this memorial was relocated to Sowle. Will IS buried at Circle Hill. William is buried at Sowle with his wife Harriet Elizabeth Elya Rider. I have submitted the edit to correct.
I also wanted to let you know that at Circle Hill there is a stone for a Mary L. Palfreyman. It has a birth year but no death year. So there is no memorial since we do not know if she is buried there. Checking some local resources to try and find out. Do you have any information that woul help?
Added by MFC on Aug 26, 2014 8:47 AM
|MFC||RE: Q re name of cemetery|
Hopefully, all the messages between you and I and the contributor of the memorials have caught up with each other. LOL! I sent edits to OPPSheryl letting her know that William and Elizabeth are buried in Sowle cemetery. They are not at Circle Hill. I can see where she thought they might be as records were confusing. Yet Lewis's book definitely has them buried in Sowle, not Circle Hill. Hence the pictures. I haven't checked the memorials, but I believe she addressed already. Just for you info...Steuben Co has death records on computer at the health dept. So if there is a record, it often will reflect where the person is buried. Of course that tool is only good for those who died after 1882. And then there is the fact that records are not often there especially of someone was buried on a family farm.
Added by MFC on Aug 26, 2014 8:22 AM
|MFC||RE: Palfreyman pictures|
I did check the surrounding grave sites but did not find any more Palfreyman's. I also checked at the reference dept of the Carneige Library in Angola IN. You may or may not know but back in the 1970's-1980's a lady by the name of Lewis walked all the cemeteries In Steuben County. So if there was a stone, it was supposedly recorded. The book was published in 1990 and serves as the primary source for grave location from that time and back for Steuben. Rumors are someone plans to publish another with updates as Mrs Lewis has passed on. There was no one by those names listed under the Palfreyman's. I did not notice any spelling variations of the surname either. Where did they last live before passing?
Added by MFC on Aug 26, 2014 8:05 AM
So glad I could help! I do not see Elizabeth listed in the transcription. I checked both married names.
Thanks you for your nice message. It makes it all worthwhile!
|Wendy A.||RE: E Day|
Hi Carolyn, His marriage record has him listed as E. Leslie Day. You can search for his marriage record at this web address: http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/
Added by Wendy A. on Aug 04, 2014 8:21 PM
|Tony Sivo||RE: Mattie Lorentz|
The transfer has been made.
I know what you mean about finding new info. New information is finding its way to the internet with each passing year. That is why I revisit my tree from time to time.
Good luck with your search.
|Tony Sivo||RE: Mattie Lorentz|
Mattie appears to have been buried in Shannon Rose Hill. This is supported by her d/c.
I haven't come across Henry's grave in Rose Hill. I am almost finished photographing Rose Hill, and while possible, I don't expect to find it there...especially since his d/c says he was buried at Greenwood. That cemetery is only 56% photographed, so you probably need to keep a weather eye on his Memorial.
I don't know if it is possible to visit the cemetery, but you probably can call the cemetery to have them confirm Henry's burial there and where the grave is located.
Although not common, I have found enough husbands and wives buried in separate cemeteries to suspect that this is what we have here.
Please let me know if this helps.
PS: If I have any of your relatives' Memorials, I will be happy to transfer them to you.
|Edd Marks||Mary Riley|
As near as I can tell:
|Edd Marks||RE: Mary Ann McIlvain Riley picture|
I am not positive that it is the correct stone. It is next to 2 other Riley stones and I think I can make out 1851 as year of death. I plan to stop by again at a different time to see if the sun will make some shadows. Most of the stones in Sec A are badly weathered.
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