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My photos runneth over, so it's time to share with you these memorials to ancestors, kinfolk and their friends. I hope you will find your family among them. If you do, be sure to let me know. We might be cousins!|
Please send me any corrections needed and kindly cite bio and photo credits when you copy the material. If you have photos of your own to add, they are most welcome.
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A Stump, Audrey Brennan ..., Bruce Speck, Carole Alden, David H. Eddy, Eleanor Stuart ..., Garry Boice, GerbLady, Harry Moyles, J Witkowski, JDShanta, Pat Fite, Peggy Bargen Du...
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|Theresa||Photo of Almon D. Jenney|
I added a photo of Almon Jenney (10484662)and thought you might be interested in seeing what he looked like.
The date and age are unknown - they are from my grandmother's collection.
Added by Theresa on Jan 25, 2013 5:55 AM
|Larry Haines||Ellenora Haines Gambler|
I wanted to ask if you could connect Ellenora Haines Gambler to her mother and father please.
|Theresa||RE: Almon Jenney|
Hello, Judy and thank you for the reply!
No, I don't have the Jenney book - I believe that my grandmother had that book, as I recall her showing it to me when I was a teenager. Naturally, being a teenager, I had absolutely no interest in genealogy at that time, so I politely allowed her to show me a few items in the book and then went about my usual teenage business with my friends.....of course, I am kicking myself now for not paying more attention, and also for not knowing the whereabouts of her copy of the Jenney book. My grandmother died in 2003, and prior to that, held an estate sale of the contents of her home because she was moving to a nursing home. I imagine that the Jenney book must have been on the bookshelf and inadvertently sold along with the other books, since my grandmother had left me numerous family photos, personal correspondence re: family history, and some basic family trees that she had researched....but the Jenney book was not among the things that had been left for me. :(
If there is anything that you would like share from the Jenney book I would love to hear it! I do faintly recall that there were a few photos of some of the ancestors in that book - am I recalling that correctly? I have an original photo of an elderly Almon D. Jenney, but none of his wife Zaida, nor any of the children, including daughter Viola Livonia Jenney, who was my great-great grandmother. One of these days, I intend to add photos of the family members that I do have onto the Find a Grave website, as I think it would be interesting for other researchers to stumble upon.
Added by Theresa on May 28, 2012 10:08 AM
Almon and Zaida Jenney are my great-great-great grandparents - we may be cousins indeed!
Added by Theresa on May 25, 2012 6:07 AM
|landkresearcher||Esaias Baker of Coshocton Co. Ohio|
I saw the memorial you created for Esaias Baker and I am wondering if you have any information on his children. In particular, I am trying to identify his son Morris. I believe this may be the Morris Baker in my family who married Rhoda Pheobe Biggs. He died 1863 in Morrow County, Ohio. Any information you have is greatly appreciated!
Have a great day,
|william||Source for William J Dunton|
Thanks for looking into William J Dunton's grave. I have asked the person that created the William J Dunton page to give his sources if he knows it, but the website you sent me looks very credible, so I doubt he will be buried there.
Thanks so much!
Added by william on Sep 26, 2011 12:54 PM
|william||Sarah Hills again|
One last thing-
Thanks so much for going out and taking a picture of that grave. Unfortunately for me, that Sarah Hills is not the Sarah Hills I am looking for, who died on Aug 27, 1867, wife of the Cyrus Hills Sr I was talking about. However, if you hadn't taken that picture I would've wondered about it for a long time. So thanks again!
Added by william on Sep 21, 2011 1:43 PM
Sounds horrible. Are you descended from the Hills? I'm interested in learning about Erastus Hills and Cyrus Hills, a revolutionary soldier and South Bristol Supervisor, respectively. Cyrus was allegedly gored to death by a bull in 1852. Thanks again for your help!
Added by william on Sep 20, 2011 12:33 PM
|Kay ||John Parker and Elizabeth Blodget SKEELE|
I have added the beautiful photos, you took of John and Elizabeth's headstones, to my family tree. The citations read as follows:
Rev. John P. Skeele, East Bloomfield Cemetery, Bloomfield, Ontario, New York; photo by Judy Baker, 9/18/11. Epitaph reads "They rest from their labors and their works do follow them."
Original photo and caption by Judy can be seen at Find A Grave Memorial #75372462
Elizabeth Blodget wife of John P. Skeele, East Bloomfield Cemetery, Bloomfield, Ontario, New York; photo by Judy Baker, 9/18/11. Epitaph reads: "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord."
Original photo and caption by Judy can be seen at Find A Grave Memorial #75372763.
I can't thank you enough for these wonderful photos. Also, thanks for adding the epitaphs to their captions. I added them along with the transcriptions on their memorial pages.
Have a wonderful day,
Added by Kay on Sep 20, 2011 12:50 AM
|CC-Genealogy||re: Japer Housel Line|
I'm not sure how far to trust this info, but your photos seem to reinforce confidence in the listings at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=everybodydance&id=I54248 .
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