|Martin Soward (#47008825)|
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|Randy Henderson||RE: Photo request|
You are very welcome!
|Monte Neece||Oxley Cemetery|
Thank you for the work on the Oxley cemetery in Hutto! I have visited there a few times between 1990 and 2005. I even carried a weedeater to clear up some of the brush. I tried to organize some help for larger scale cleaning but wasn't successful. I live in Dallas so it is a three and a half hour drive to get down there but if you give me some advance notice I would be very happy to meet you there to help.
My connection is via Mary Oxley and Calvin Stearns and their son Samuel Stearns and his wife Martha. Samuel and Martha are my gr-gr-grandparents.
Martin ... Thank you for correcting the misinformation on Jane Oxley. I, too get very frustrated when I see postings that people have not properly researched. It appears to have been corrected on findagrave. They are very good at correcting errors when you point them out.
I also agree that there is no clear proof that Jane's maiden name was Briley. They gave the name to son as a second name and there was a Briley family in Loudoun VA at the time but sometimes people honored close friends by nameing a child after them. Do you have any idea where the connection came from? I'm not saying that it is or that it isn't the right name but I'd sure like to find more clues.
|Carole Herndon Weimer||Theresia Basler|
I just added Theresia Basler Werner, daughter of Peter and Helena Sellinger. She is buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery in Buchanan County, Missouri.
|roy rogers||RE: Photo of gravestone of Mary Soward|
you are very welcome - god bless you and yours roy
|Judy Young||RE: Fryer gravestone|
I found the second husband and linked her to him. Thx. for the info.
|Judy Young||RE: Fryer gravestone|
East Lawn and Greenlawn are rather large cemeteries in the area. Possible he is in one of them. There are some smaller cemeteries in the area but the Gene Society has read most all of them. You stated some, but not all. I added to a lot of cemeteries from those books, having all 11 volumes. My daughter in law did too. If the father was listed in one of them he would most likely be in findagrave. But many people slip the cracks as not a stone. The area had a lot of troubles in keeping good records. All of the cemeteries I have heard the same complaint....in the earlier years the records were not very good. I have let at least 4 cemeteries know a person is there, or the corrected spelling of the name. St. Mary's Cemetery had two fires and lost records. They re-created the names on the list by reading the stones in the cemetery. Death cert. can be wrong. But have listed a lot of people they did not have and no way to prove it since they lost their records.
You are welcome for the photo. I was surprised that her re-married name not there as well. Yet it has happened before. Also when the first person goes the spouse will buy a stone and have the name of both put on. But the name is all that is on it. The dates are left blank, or with many the birth date on the stone and the death date to be added when. I know my name on a stone with the birth date and I paid for the adding to the death date. The cemetery has a note to call the monument company in the records. Sometimes as you say the children have the name of the father that bore them on the name of the mother's stone. Not sure how this one did in fact happen. Enjoy the holidays, eat lots of good foods and back on the diet with the new year.
|Aleia Brown Harbour||Soward|
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|Aleia Brown Harbour||Sowards|
Please give me a call 318-366-1972! Looking forward to hearing from you.
|Lt. Leon & Karen Cochran, USN (Ret.)||RE: Correction for Lee's Mt Cemetery|
Please send me a regular correction/transfer msg. and I will transfer the individual to you. Much easier and faster for the old sailor, Thank you.
Lt. Leon and Karen Cochran, USA (Ret.) (Mustang)
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