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Thank you for going to Laurel Hill. I very much appreciate the photo.
Added by Sheila on May 28, 2013 1:20 AM
|BJ||Photo Djama A Saunders Headstone|
Thank you for all your efforts in taking a picture of Djama A Saunders headstone. I really appreciate the extra in taking this photo.
Added by BJ on May 26, 2013 12:09 AM
|Karen Crisman||RE: Allen Family|
Sure Dave, I'll share what I have, but I'm not sure what I have that you do not. Do you live in Thomson, Illinois many of the relatives are located in that area in the 17 and 18 hundreds. Ira Alfonzo Allen would be my third great grandfather. He was born in 1794 where I do not know so it's probably Europe. He passed in Thomson Illinois in 1865. I believe he is buried in the lower York Cemetery in Thomson. He married Elizabeth Potter in 1815 in Jefferson County, New York. Ira Alfonzo's father was Joseph Allen and his mother was Abigail Cobb. This is where I hit a dead end. I assume that the parents of Joseph and Abigail were born in Europe and I have had no luck with immigration records, but will keep digging.
I do have some information coming forward. Ira Alfonzo Allen B-1794 D-1865 had a son Elijah Allen born in Canada (New York is also listed). Elijah died February 25, 1900. He married Susan St. Ores December 13, 1844 in Thomson, Carroll County, Illinois
If you don't have the continuation coming forward. I do have that. My grandfather was Clarence J Allen and Elijah would have been his grandfather Making Elijah my second great grandfather.
|Donna ||RE: Robert Burr|
Added by Donna on May 25, 2013 6:43 AM
|Sheila Miller Mason||Guy & Mamie Boycher|
Thank you for all you hard work helping people, like me, that are unable to travel to other states. I appreciate your help in this matter and wish you the best.
|Audrey LeRew||daniel kornbau|
It isn, t necessary to transfer as long as the info is there, but thank you for asking Audrey
|Audrey LeRew||Memorial 40502145|
Would you add to his bio that he was the son of Peter and Elizabeth Kornbau. They resided in York Co, Penna prior to Daniel moving to North Carolina.
This will help other people working genealogy
|Audrey LeRew||Daniel Kornbau|
I was wondering if you were related to the Kornbau family you have on find a grave.
Audrey Kornbau Lerew
|Ross A Peot||Louisiana Rothrock|
Hi Dave: There had been a photo request for Louisiana on the Cemetery website so I went ahead and filled it. I did not receive an email for a photo request so I don't know who requested it.
Anyway, There is also a George W. Rothrock who died December 9, 1865. Jeannie J. born Jan 22, 1830 died October 31, 1851. This information is from a small bulletin put out by the church. I did talk to a Ben Hicks at the church and technically speaking the cemetery or markers really don't belong to the church. they were owned by the families. The church and rebuilt and extended and in doing so some of the burials were moved. As for a record line there is not much to be found. This pamphlet was put together in l940. He also indicated that there was a portion of church records forwarded to Richmond in the 1800's and it is believed that they could have been destroyed during the Civil War. Anyway, if you want the other pics let me know. I took them a well. Also a marker to believed to be her parents. There are also two small stones located in front of Louisiana's markers. Could very well be children.
|John Lartz||Waidelich Family|
Thanks for making the links for the family. Your efforts are much appeciated.
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