|Robina Wilson (#45661284)|
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Started out entering graves I researched for genealogy purposes. Please contact me if you have a grave that I have entered you would like me to transfer to you.|
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|Denise Armstrong||Find A Grave Memorial# 24165492|
I was wondering were you got the middle name for Grace L Eubanks? I ask because the death certificate looks like it says Lenore and you have LeMoore. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you Denise Armstrong
|P Jones||Hutton L Adamson|
Thanks for the links to his parents.
Added by P Jones on Aug 17, 2014 6:16 PM
|RT||Martha Ann Kregel Hunt|
I believe that the Martha Kregel you have is actually Martha Ann Craigo. Parents were Jesse Pierson Craigo and Elizabeth. I find a marriage record for Jermiah Hunt and Miss Martha Ann Craigs 4 Aug 1865 in Callaway Co., Missouri. Hope this helps others looking for the Craigo Family.
Added by RT on Aug 10, 2014 6:48 AM
|John Chandler Clement||RE: memorial 24590021|
Please consider taking this to private email.
My address JohnClem@who.net
RE: memorial 24590021
You wrote "We believe the photo to be Rebecca and her husband Carey Bird James."
Since you have the original, I was hoping the photo was inscribed. "We believe" causes concern for me.
Your wrote "Are you connected to the family and if so how?"
I am connected in this sense: My neighbor and friend is Frank E. Roberts, great grandson of Cary Bird James. He has asked me to develop his JAMES maternal line.
You wrote: Rebecca is my husband's great greatgrandmother. Her son William Campbell is his great grandfather and her granddaughter Carrie Ethyl Campbell Whedon is his grandmother.
Are you aware of "Portait and Biograhical Album of Gage County, Nebraska?" Page 486 has a sketch of Carey Bird James which inludes quite a bit on Rebecca. I suspect Rebecca is the one who supplied the sketch to the author.
You wrote: Yes I have the original photo. It was in a book with other Campbell photos. There is one photo of Rebecca's daughter and one of Carey's son Frank James also.
Frank is the grandfather and namesake of my neighbor Frank E. Roberts. I have a photo of that Frank James family, wife and five children. Can we exchange photos of Frank via email?
14221 E Evans Ave Apt 403, Aurora CO 80014
Permanent email: JohnClem@who.net
|John Chandler Clement||memorial 24590021|
Hello Robina Wilson.
At memorial 24590021 Rebecca Fehrman Campbell James you have a photo of a couple.
I presume the photo is of Rebecca and one of her husbands.
Rebecca had three husbands:
William T. Campbell, marriage date unknown.
Wills E. McClay, m. 1 Feb 1866
Cary Bird James, m. 29 Dec 1880
1. Can you tell me which of these three husbands is in the photo?
2. Do you have the original photo? If not, who has it?
Thank you for reading this.
|P Jones||Margaret Riley Hood|
I appreciate the link to Margaret's mother!
Added by P Jones on Apr 09, 2014 7:47 PM
|Boston Bulldog||JOHN T STARR|
Sorry-a follow up is that the blurred headstone photo looks like it says Death 1895, not 1832. Still not 1882 according to my dates. Thanks Matt
|Boston Bulldog||JOHN T STARR|
In working my family tree, I was up to this person and looked him up in Find A Grave and found this memorial #67473192 for him. I have questions as to his death date. I show him born on 31 OCT 1806 in Ridgefield CT; and died 3 OCT 1882. He and his family didn't get to KS from OH until after 1850, as he is shown in the US Census of 1850 in Clarksfield OH. The headstone photo is very obscured, due to the snow on it. It appears the name is JOHN H STARR, not JOHN T. Maybe you could check it out for me and even take a photo of the stone without the snow. This person was a cousin to me. Thanks for your work.
|Glenna Hartzell Dooley||RE: Ella Stone-Missouri|
I have done so. Thank you for the information.
|LaDon Brennan||Noah Carver|
Thank you for adding your photo, and a special thanks for providing some history about the cemetery, and an extra special thanks for finding the actual burial location for Noah. He is now where he belongs. Your help and cooperation are very much appreciated.
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