|Juanice Reed (#47680862)|
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|sharyl burshnick||RE: Thomas S. Burns|
Hi There! YES, Jeremiah M. Burns is my 3rd great grandfather as well. There seems to be some confusion though. I would like to email you privately and hopefully we can sort it out! My email is firstname.lastname@example.org I'm so glad you contacted me. :)
|plc||RE: Elizabeth Baxter Burns Catterson|
Thank you so much for the info. I've seen both Davis and David in various census reports so that helped clear things up(?)! I've found many more Cattersons in Pennsylvania.
Added by plc on Oct 13, 2014 8:44 AM
|Mark Tarwater||Samuel and Rutha Reed|
Hello Juanice. I have just begun researching the Reed side of my family. According to what I have discovered, I am a great-great grandson of Samuel Turner Reed and Rutha Clary Swearingen Reed. I have no record of them beyond names. Their son(my great-grandfather) was Joseph Reed, born August 22, 1855 in Moniteau County, Missouri. He was married to Elizabeth Jane (Eliza) Phelan. My dear grandmother's name was Virgie Beatrice Reed Tarwater, born December 18, 1892 in Eldon, Missouri. She was married September 1, 1910 in Versailles, Missouri to Walter Denzil Tarwater and they resided for much of their married lives in or near Harrisonville and/or Freeman, Missouri. They are buried in the Freeman (MO) Cemetery. I would love to learn more about the Reed family since ancestral names end with Samuel and Rutha and details are extremely thin for any of my Reed family members. Feel free to contact me via regular email if you prefer. My name is Mark and my email address is email@example.com. Thanks. I hope to hear from you.
|plc||Elizabeth Baxter Burns Catterson|
Find A Grave Memorial# 82696241
Old Stockton Cemetery in Rooks County, Kansas
Elizabeth Baxter Burns Catterson
Born 1832 Died 1888
I am looking for information about her 2nd husband, David Catterson. Was the information you provided on her memorial written on the stone or in a cemetery record of some kind? I have seen his name as Davis and also David and havenít been able to trace him any farther back. He is a great-great, etc. of my husband. Thanks.
Added by plc on Oct 10, 2014 1:59 PM
|Jim and Mary A||Wamsley Cemetery|
I'm glad to see that Peter Vanderhoorn got back to you about the duplicate cemeteries. I knew that it was in DeKalb Co so I never looked for a possible duplicate. I would guess that sometime back they assumed that it was in Clinton county since Cameron is. Google clearly shows it in DeKalb County though. Best of luck to you.
|peter vanderhoorn||wamsley cemetery|
OK you are right, unfortunately there is a a problem, someone started the cemetery being in Clinton county, I went down there and photographed at that time all those graves that missed a picture , later finding out by chance that the cemetery also was created as being in DeKalb county, with obviously far more burials...well we are now faced with two cemeteries that are really the same cemetery....I felt pretty stupid afterwards having taken all those picture and putting them online.
..but I had not created the original cemetery record...
RE 117727778 mChENRY and you mention it's a duplicate, OK but what is the other Find A Grave nr ??? of the other record ???
yes Jacob had a sister Anna Elizabeth Mullet which i have not found her burial. the dates i have are different than the one listed in the cemetery, however i believe it is her also. They had a tendency to be buried in the same cemetery unless the husband moved around. i have not been able to locate Jacob's younger sister Katherine Jane Mullet who died quite young. I have found everyone else other than Katherine Moser Johannes Mullet's mother. She died quite a bit before Hans but i believe she is buried somewhere in Holmes County. Hans is buried in Coshocton, maybe she is buried there but i see no entry for her. i am so glad you are doing the same thing. i want it so when relatives come they are able to take a journey and see everyone. i love it!
I dont know if you want to add this or not but i have Jacob Mullet born 2 Oct 1837 in Mechanic, Holmes, Ohio, USA.
Just to add, I am from the Niklaus Mullet Mollet line of the family, son of Hans Mullet Mollet. Two of Han's sons that i can find came to America. Niklaus and Johannes. Your line is of Johannes John Mullet the brother of Niklaus Mullet Mollet. Lucky for us that BOTH survived the voyage.
That is correct. Jacob was the son of Anne Beauticover (1815-1892) and Nicholas Mullet (1815-1897). I have to comment on C (Catherine) Maryanne Morrow, she was a beautiful woman from the picture I've seen of her (at least I think so). No wonder she became a Mullet (a little prejudice there) LOL. The Nicholas you had connected was just a few years older than Jacob and that just couldn't be true. As I said, my grandfather was a Mollet and I was a Mollet until I changed my name to its original. However, I am glad to meet a new relative in you. I am trying to get families I am related to connected here on F.A.G. when I find them, and yours was one of them. I have painstakingly put time and research into my relatives family tree and I am so grateful to F.A.G. in helping me. Again, thank you for the correction and thank you for your volunteer work as this is how I found them!
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