|Gary L Parker Jr (#25523781)|
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Researching Parker, Tinker, Murphy and Montmeny Families.|
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I take that back. I did find a Grace Burnnell with a date of 4-24-1939. Would that be the one you are looking for?
Added by Tim on Oct 24, 2013 6:30 PM
I am looking for Grace Bunnell in the Linwood Park Cemetery in Boone, Iowa. I do not show anything under her name. Could there be another name that she could be under?
Added by Tim on Oct 24, 2013 6:25 PM
|dana senne||RE: Johnston Peden-Wolfe|
HI HOW ARE YOU I JUST WANTED TO DROP YOU A LINE AND SAY HI AND SEE HOW YOU ARE DOING AND HOW YOUR SEARCHES HAVE BEEN COMING ALONG IF YOU GET A CHANCE LET ME KNOW I LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU
|Bob Thomas||Elizabeth G. (Chase) Tinker|
I should have provided the memorial # for Elizabeth -
Find A Grave Memorial# 85210929
|Bob Thomas||2nd wife, daughter and grandson of Allen Tinker|
I have added Elizabeth G. Chase as a wife of Allen Tinker to Greenwood Cemetery
I found the following obit for Archibald Caulder son of Elizabeth (Tinker) Caulder, who was a daughter of Allen Tinker and Jane M Wilson are:
Elizabeth P Tinker, b. Feb 24, 1881, New Berlin, Chenango County, New York, d. Jun 08, 1935, Nile, Allegany County, New York.
Do you know fultonhistory.com? Over 18.2 million upstate NY newspaper pages
Archibald B. Caulder, aged 70, died
a his home on Sunday after six years
He was born on September 15,
1885, at Sherburneb At son of Orion
B. and Elizabeth (Tinker) Caulder,
and was married to Zora Welch on
December 20, 1910 in Edmeston.
. Surviving besides his wife is a
daughter, Mrs. William Mumbulo of
Edmeston and three grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 2
pm on Tuesday at the Houck
Funeral Home in Edmeston, with the
Rev. Leonard Davis of the Methodist
Church, officiating. Burial was In
Edmeston Union Cemetery.
the link to the full newspaper page is listed below -- the obit is in the far right column under
Archibald Caulder -
I searched for
"Elizabeth Tinker" Burlington
and there was only one hit
If you look up
"Elizabeth Caulder" Burlington
you can find 8 mentions of her.
All the best,
|Bob Thomas||Allen Tinker memorial photos|
I added photos for Allen Tinker - 1861-1891, today -- the stone carries 1860.
I looked for more info on Allen Tinker -- I came up with the info linked below --
All the best,
|Cheri Hoover||RE: Jennie|
It was my pleasure, Gary! You are most welcome.
|Cheri Hoover||Bird Millman|
I would like to thank you for adding the memorial for Bird Millman. I portrayed her in the World Premiere of the musical, "Bird Millman", written by John August Mergelman, and love her and her story, and that through the experience, her story became a part of my story. I have tended to her grave for years, along with her mother's next to her. I no longer live in Canon City, or Colorado, but came on today to add a memorial to her if one was not here. I have many pictures to add, if you approve, or better yet, would be honored to manage her page here, as I am going to see about adding one for her Mom, Genevieve (nee Patton), "Jennie Millman". Thank you again. ~Cheri Hoover (Cheri Hinz when I portrayed Bird) (Find A Grave#47633840)
|Jackie London||RE: John Murphy|
These things get my curiosity up so I am sure I will go back. Plus got the approval from the landowners to come anytime. They said someone used to keep it up but they hadn't seen any one in a long time.
I would love to see what you have as to who is there because I have a list of individuals that others are looking for but they aren't where they thought and I keep them on a list to always watch for.
My e-mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jackie London||John Murphy|
Cemetery was difficult to find and get to. It is on private land and is so overgrown that it was difficult to move in. I did not find John Murphy (1875-1956) however, there were several Murphy graves there. I went after work so a lot of time was spent trying to locate the cemetery. I took some pictures of grave that we could find before it got dark. I will make another trip out when I have more time and go prepared to cut brush and blackberry bushes. I'm sure he is lost in that jungle somewhere.
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