|Nathan Haines (#46775496)|
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If you notice any mistakes in my info on any pages I made please let me know and I will fix it.|
If you want to use my pictures in your family research files or whatever it is fine with me.
If I have added any pictures to any pages that do not look too good and you would like a better picture of the gravestone be sure and ask and I will see if I can possibly get a better picture.
I am a direct descendant of the Richard Haines who left England aboard the ship "Amity" in 1682. He died on the ship and his wife and kids settled in NJ. Richard was my 6th Great Grandfather. There are a lot of Haines in the US from this Richard. Nathan Haines of OH was my Gr Grandfather. Ebenezer Haines who married Rebecca Berry was his father. Nathan Haines married Sarah Iiams in Grant Co., IN. I have also done a lot of research on the Iiams name. My Grandfather E. Morton Haines was born in Grant Co., IN in 1865 and moved to OR in 1892 where he lived out his life. I have a lot of family connections to Grant Co., IN.
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|Gale Priebe||RE: Jeanette A. Palmer|
That would be a yes on both. Could you also take her husband's which should be next to hers. I think you have my email address to send the obit
Thanks for all the extra's you do.
|Gale Priebe||Jeanette A. Palmer|
I'm looking at a memorial you created #101534078.
I'm wondering if you took her name off the grave stone or where you found it. I've found her name spelled more then one way in doing history on her family and not really sure which is correct?
|Mari||RE: William Bell|
MY goodness you have so much time and energy, and you have outdone yourself in helping me out. I was out there once about in 2000 and I recall Mary's grave with her father's name on her huge stone, and that is becuase he died years before and his ashes were place there with her at her death. Ok, I got off the subject. No I have not looked alot at the Bell couple except to learn more about Mary and I have not done that even, for many years now. When I was out there I was not aware of her friendship with the Bell family and thus I didn't notice Minnie there or know anything about her at the time, and also I did not notice the crazy directions they are all placed, having not even thought to look at her "neighbors" at the time. Wow, that is a mess so to speak. Not sure about divorce or widowed as lacking data, I know I ordered his pension papers many years ago and no longer have easy access to gen records as with spouse, not with me. I wonder if it stated if widowed or divorced? I think he was widowed is my guess. The other odd thing is Minnie has "Mother" on her stone and I have (at the time I looked -which was many years ago) no kids that I could find in the census records, state archives records, etc.... If you learn anymore please let me know. I will try to call Cem, ( if I don't hear from you first that you were able beat me to it) and see what we can find out!!! Again, thank you so much for your time and energy on my behalf. In appreciation, Mari
Added by Mari on Jan 25, 2015 2:04 AM
|Karin King||RE: Amanda Eveline|
I'm glad you found the informtion useful!
|Mari||RE: William Hawley Bell|
Well Shucks, I have not looked into this man for some time so need to refresh my memory of how I got to that point that I thought he was buried there with Minnie. So I think I will call the cemetery and yes can order a DC if I don't get answers. He is not a relative, but a dear life time friend of my family member Mary M. McLean buried in the same greenleaf section. I do think Wm was divorced, he lived without Minnie and roomed with mary McLean until she died, I think that was 1920 census. (sorry, could be mistaken, as I have no records in front of me right now). He might very well be buried elsewhere, and yes most likely in Washington County as he did get a pension I knew that from before and he lived there earlier in his life too. Thank you and let me get back to you ok? I appreciate your time to write a note to me with your thoughts and advice. So will write back soon as I get more info!! Thanks again,
Added by Mari on Jan 24, 2015 4:43 PM
so much for adding the photo of Ernest Soash. It is very much appreciated.
|Betty Sears||Photo for Ted Nonamaker|
Thank you for taking the photo of the grave stone for Ted Nonamaker. Also appreciate you posting it to his memorial on find-a-grave.
|Mari||RE: William Hawley Bell|
Hi, thank you so much for the reply. Well shucks I assumed he was there from old info that he was with Mary McLean a friend of his and his wife as they have plots there. Hum, he and wife I learned more recently were divorced so perhaps he changed his mind later in life and not buried there after all, and maybe in Washington county as you mentioned...
Oddly Minnie's stone says "wife" of William H bell, wouldn't they not put that if she was divorced? Now I am more confused. I will see what I can figure out. Thanks for bring the issue up as again I just assumed he was indeed there!!!
Added by Mari on Jan 21, 2015 12:17 AM
Thank you! You're amazing!
Added by Diana on Jan 18, 2015 4:53 PM
|Eellitta||Harvey Jay Bartholomew|
The photos of Harvey's grave and the view in the distance, are absolutely outstanding. It gives such perspective as to where his grave is located. Thank you so much for both pictures. They are way more than I expected.
Lincoln Memorial Park. Find A Grave Memorial# 140895341
Added by Eellitta on Jan 17, 2015 10:35 PM
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