|Lizzie Dyer Locke (#46532006)|
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Currently living in Denver, CO. USA. A descendant of 17 Magna Carta Barons. A 12th generation Mayflower descendant, also a Mary Barrett Dyer descendant (13th generation). I have been researching our genealogical lines for about ten years.|
Current areas of most interest:
Locke and Buckingham families that migrated from Devon, England to USA in the 1800's.
Chipman Families in Pennsylvania and Texas USA.
1800's Hudak family of Pennsylvania that migrated from Eperjes, Slovakia now Presov, Slovakia and also Hanusfalu, Szepes, Hungary which is now Hanuovce nad Topľou, Slovakia.
*.¸¸♥ ¸¸.* Dear Ancestor *.¸¸♥ ¸¸.*
"Your tombstone stands among the rest;
neglected and alone
The name and date are chiseled out
on polished, marbled stone
It reaches out to all who care
It is too late to mourn
You did not know that I'd exist
You died and I was born.
Yet each of us are cells of you
in flesh, in blood, in bone.
Our blood contracts and beats a pulse
entirely not our own.
Dear Ancestor, the place you filled
one hundred years ago
Spreads out among the ones you left
who would have loved you so.
I wonder if you lived and loved,
I wonder if you knew
That someday I would find this spot,
and come to visit you."
~by Walter Butler Palmer
¸.´¸.*¨) ¸.*¨) Lizzie
(¸.´ (¸.´ .´¸¸.¨¯`..♥.
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No headstone is seen for Maggie, Frederickk, or Tenie Taylor, but you may wish to contact the cemetery to see if a stone was actually placed, or if it is hidden from view, as sometimes happens especially with flush stones.Telephone: 216-421-2665, Fax: 216-421-2415
See caption of photo.
Added by Beverly on May 22, 2014 3:42 PM
I'm sorry I can not link his memorial. You need to ask the contributor that created that memorial.
I can only link spouse and parents not children
Added by Kat on Apr 30, 2014 4:41 PM
|Zim||RE: Martin's in St Mary Cemetery Pittsburgh|
Yes these people were all on the same lot . I will keep looking
Added by Zim on Apr 08, 2014 4:48 AM
|Zim||Martin's in St Mary Cemetery Pittsburgh|
I have been photographing headstones in St Mary's cemetery. I have come across a lot of Martin's in Section L none of them match the ones you are looking for but they have some names in common. So far I have found the following:
Alice Martin Cunningham 127328359
Anna K Martin 127060017
Charles A Martin 127060018
David M Martin 127060021
Edward J Martin 127060022
James B Martin 127328537
Jennie M Martin 127060020
Margaret Martin 127060019
If I come across any others I will let you know.
Zim ~ aka Janet
Added by Zim on Apr 06, 2014 7:27 PM
|Bob White||Nicholas and Margaret Gaynesford|
Just a quick note thanking you for the great pictures !!
Thanks Again, Bob
|S. Walker||RE: Mary Louney Townley Chase at Ancient Cemetery|
Hi Liz; It's possible that Town of Yarmouth records or historical reference materials might indicate that the burial is in fact in this cemetery. I would guess that the profile manager got the information from a source such as that. Existence of a tombstone is another matter. Its quite common to have a known burial site with no tombstone in place to mark it. After all, this particular death was quite a long time ago...maybe the stone fell apart years ago and maybe there never ever was one. The work I referenced was a transcription undertaken in 1906 on tombstones in the cemetery which dated 1851 or earlier. The 29 CHASE members found in Ancient Cemetery on FindAGrave all died after 1851 and were therefore not included in that work. There are no other cemeteries by that name in this particular town, so I would guess that the burial was in fact probably in Yarmouth Ancient Cemetery, but no tombstone exists. Hope this helps.
I was reviewing info on Mem 25161686 for Hugh Buckingham Locke and noticed that the link for Nellie Locke (1883-1890) goes to Mem 25161669. However, the DOB and DOD do not match to this Nellie Locke (1851-1913). Thought you may want to know.
Added by Chris on Feb 09, 2014 12:25 PM
|Debbie Cervino||RE: Mayflower|
Wow, that's really interesting, so we are very distant cousins. My family married into the Blish family in 1717. Small world...
I will definitely keep looking for your family. I'm sidelined right now from a groin pull, I think I got from stepping in a hole at a graveyard...
I didn't think it would be hazardous, but it IS fun.
|Debbie Cervino||RE: McGahey|
Also, I'm working on Old St. Mary's, which is a couple of miles from New. There are a lot of stone there that have not been photographed or entered, so that's an on going project. If I see any McGahey's there, I'll let you know.
|Debbie Cervino||RE: McGahey|
No, I didn't see others, but I could check again. New St Mary's is very uniform in their layout, so if it's a family plot, they would probably be on the same stone. I'll make sure there weren't more McGahey's close by.
I noticed your are decended from the Mayflower, so am I. Maybe that's what gives us the interest in geneology. I'm decended from the Fullers.
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