| || member for 11 years, 3 months, 5 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
Genealogy facinates me.........the search leads to so many different places, so many different cultures. Thanks to everyone who has helped me on my searches. Happy Hunting!|
|Messages left for connie (11)||[Leave Message]|
|Dana Caruthers Norton||RE: Philip Fix|
Hi Connie..Thanks you so much for the FYI.
|SC22||Daniel Worth - Fairmount|
I transferred this memorial to you, but I cannot link the other Daniel Worth to it as he was a son and I do not manage that memorial. That memorial is managed by #46796299. Click on her link from that memorial and ask her to make the link or transfer it to you. Good luck!
Added by SC22 on Jul 09, 2012 10:01 PM
|Jeanette Worth||Fred Lee Worth|
My name is Jeanette. I am one of Fred's 2 daughters.
My Dad was raised by an Aunt of his in St. Louis. Back in a day when a spouse passed away & the woman wanted to re-marry she typically had other family members raise her children. My Dad's family was not that close to us. However, I remember Sharon & Melvin as being his brother & Sister. His birth mothers last name was Rowland. Not sure if this will help or not. God Bless
|Nina (Foy) Roberts||RE: Moses Harrell buried Huntington Co IN|
In reference to your questions about Moses Harrell. The information that I have is that he was born in 1802, Nelson KY - married Frances Rebecca Scott 15 June 1822. I feel certain there was only the one Moses born about that time. You no doubt know that the census sometimes indicates different dates on different years. They were buried in the Logan Cemetery in Huntington Co., IN. The burial is stated in the story of his obituary. He may have died in the Poor House but was buried in Logan Cemetery. I have family buried in the Logan Cemetery and have been there in recent years.
Moses & Rebecca Frances (Scott) Harrell's son, Levi (1831-1902) was the father of John M. Harrell (1863-)who married Delilah Williams, daughter of William Williams & Julia Ann (Foy) Willliams, my relative.
Nina (Foy) Roberts
|Friends of Falls Cemetery||Worth family - Falls Cemetery|
Thank you for your corrective info and excellent questions. Easiest first: You will need to write to the owner of Harriet Worth Manor's memorial and provide the parents memorial #'s for linking.
Both the Falls Cemetery interment and lot books show "Infant of H. Worth died Sep. 19, 1910" Could this be an infant of Harriet Worth, who would have been a teenager in 1910?
There are 4 burials in Sec E, lot 195 - Harry, Ella, Infant and Annie Worth. Annie died on Feb. 3, 1933 at age 72 years, 5 days (making her birth date Jan. 1861). We are unable to find any information on Annie - could she be the sister, or sister-in-law, of Harry Worth?
James Kerr was entered as the father of Ella Kerr Worth in a couple of online family trees, notably the Manor Family Tree on Ancestry.com. James Kerr briefly served in Co I, 46th Ind Vol Inf from Lagro, Wabash County; he died Oct. 12, 1885 - a government headstone was issued (see memorial #36243320).
|Eileen||RE: Harriet Manor|
Is there a referance number you want me to put in? Eileen
Added by Eileen on Jan 18, 2011 9:47 PM
|Tombstoner & Family||Searle (Searl) in Riverside Cemetery, Gas City, IN|
I found the Searle (Searl) grave in Gas City and put photos up for it.
I transfered to you. You are very welcome!!!
Added by v f on Jan 19, 2009 2:09 PM
|Barbara Hammons Davis, Dalt's Mom||Just me|
Hello Connie, I am interested in your Landis Line. I am trying to figure out how a certain person is related. If you can help, please e-mail me at Grams firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Tombstoner & Family||Montgomery|
I am glad you like it and I am glad I could help!
|[View all messages...]|
Accuracy and Copyright Disclaimer