|Judy Billings Hoggatt (#32884407)|
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I have been doing family history research since 1985. I am a member of Ancestry.com. I have a public family tree there: Billings Family Tree, owner jbhoggatt. I am a mother and grandmother. Still researching as time allows. Researching Hoggatt, Dray, Billings, Blake and more.|
Feel free to use any photos I have taken for family history purposes.
If you want to transfer a memorial, submit a request. I will transfer any that are not in my direct line.
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|MDB||RE: Edith Macefield|
Wow! Thank you. That's an amazing article!
Added by MDB on Oct 09, 2015 8:25 PM
|Terry Trackwell Kuhnau||Axel Swanson|
His stone was buried and had to be dug up. It was a simple concrete brick a lot the worse for wear but somewhat legible.
Hello! I've transferred the Withrow memorials in Fultz Cemetery. If you update the bios, please keep the following text "Cemetery Headstone reading information courtesy of Boyd County Library, Ashland, Kentucky" either at the top or bottom of the bio. When I created the memorials, it was with the stipulation that this credit be on each memorial. Thank you.
Added by Sherri on Jul 05, 2015 2:50 PM
|Karen Sipe||Henry Martin Coffman|
Judy this fix will take a bit longer. From home I can tell that both pictures were found in the same section of the cemetery but I don't understand why there are two memorial pages.
A trip to the cemetery will allow me to double check their locations. My pictures were taken in 2006, 2007 and 2012. Yet the one in 2012, the military marker with cedar and sun isn't the one I have in my database. This whole group is a bit weird.
I will work on it.
|Terry Trackwell Kuhnau||Lucille Ramsey|
Lucille is shown on the headstone along with husband Joe. I do not believe that Joe is actually buried there as the cemetery has no record and there was some issue with non-payment. Still he could be added to Find A Grave and the location listing could be as a memorial to him.
Daughter Barbara Ramsey Rymer is next to their headstone but she is listed only as Barbara Ramsey on the stone. Mysterious.
|Terry Trackwell Kuhnau||George Price|
George is buried with Leslie Price and she does not have a Find A Grave listing. If you make it I will post the photo there too.
|Terry Trackwell Kuhnau||Billings photos|
I have added the Billings photos you requested. I included a photo of the plot for all 4 family members buried here but I can remove it if you like. Also Myrtle is buried with Elva so perhaps you want to add her to Find A Grave if she is not already there and I can post the headstone photo. Also there are two versions of the headstone for Elva and Myrtle. Which one do you prefer? I can remove the other. Sun/shade contrast was an issue!
|Dian Babcock ||RE: about Almeda Schofield Clark|
This is Dian the great granddaughter of Almeda I can help with some answer for your questions.
|Dian Babcock ||mistake made for Ida Billings obituary|
Please correct her name for me I don't know how to do that yet.Thank you Dian
|Dian Babcock ||Obitury for Idan May Maynard Billings|
Mrs. H. E. Billings
Mrs. H. E. Billings nee Ida Maynard was born at New Oregon, Howard County, Iowa April 24, 1859 and died at Webster City, March 24, 1897 being in her thirty eighth year.
Deceased was well known in both Hamilton and Howard counties where for several years she was a successful school teacher. She was also a vocalist of more than local reputation being one of the finest alto singers in this section of the state.
In 1879 she was united in marriage with H. E. Billings. Two years later they removed to Jewell, where they have since resided. Seven children are left to mourn the loss of their mother.
Her mother, Mrs. Amanda (Schofield) Maynard of Denver, Colorado, five sisters, Mrs. T. Perry of Webster City, Mrs. T. P. Thomas of Beatrice, Nebraska, Mrs. Mattie Muer of Denver, Mrs. Henry Carlow of Denver, Mrs. Robert Woods of Denver and four brothers, George W. of Minneapolis, Charles Will and Jay Maynard of Denver survive her. One sister is dead.
Her father J. W. Maynard was an old pioneer of Iowa. He served through the entire war, and died of disease contracted on the battlefield.
Mrs. Billings was converted at an early age and united with the Methodist church of which body she was as active and untiring worker.
For the past two years Mrs. Billings has been an invalid. Her remains were laid at rest in the beautiful little cemetery at Jewell on Friday, March 26 1897 followed by a sorrowing multitude of relatives and friends.
The bereaved family and relatives are most grateful to the many friends in Webster City and Jewell who, by their kind offices, lightened the burden of sorrow to a great extent (Graphic Herald Webster City, Iowa)
My great grandmother Almeda Schofield Clark collected an album of obituaries of Cresco Iowa. No dates were given for the publication. They appear to be mostly family.
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