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|jenjohnson||Goldie Hand and Her Sisters|
Thanks for sharing the photo of Goldie Hand and her sisters. (#22768149) Thanks also for sharing the photos of the headstones. I am just starting to research my son's family tree. He is Goldie Hand Haverstick's second great grandson. Do you mind if I save and use the photos you have posted? Thanks.
There are two cemeteries in New Lyme, Ohio - either Brownville or Dodgeville Cemetery. There is not a cemetery called New Lyme cemetery.
Do you know which one for your photo requests? You might see if any related family members are in these two cemeteries. It might give you a clue as to which one your photo requests should be placed. I will be going to the cemeteries soon and will look for the family.
Added by R Holz on Mar 30, 2013 7:14 PM
Mary Adams was buried in Oaklawn Cemetery in Sturgis, Mi. in Sec. F but she has no tombstone (per cemetery records). The only other Adams in Sec. F are another Mary Adams who died 2 Apr 1926, also no tombstone and Harvey Adams, born 1857 and died 28 Mar 1939 and at the reading, he did have a tombstone. Let me know if I can help with anything else. Dan Brothers
|Gregory Square||Franklin Bartholomew stone pic|
I posted this pic even though it was taken with the ground snow covered and poor lighting. I plan on re-taking it in the spring and then posting that one. I also do not believe that Franklin was actually buried here, because the cemetery records do not mention him. As you see, his brother Benjamin is listed at the top of the stone, and he IS listed as being buried here. Also the neighbor stone is that of their other brother Albion, who was also a Civil War caualty.
|John B. Ten Eyck||Olive Couch HONEYSETT|
Olive Couch, wife of William Honeysett was born c1846 in England according to 1880 census records. Other researchers state they were married in 1872 and had children; Edmond J., b.c. 1873 and Emily E., b.c. 1878.
Burial at Hillside Cemetery, Plainwell, Alamo Twp, Allegan Co, MI..?
Thank you for your consideration and God Bless, John B. Ten Eyck
|Barbara Wolf||Butz in Wright Cemetery|
I added the photos that you requested. I also added the military tombstone for Halley. also added photo for Verlo Ray (you hadn't requested that one) and his wife, Mary Kay (also memorial). I found quite a bit of information on the web site and thought maybe you would want to check it out. Go to nobleco.lib.in.us, click on genealogy, click on noble county records collected by C.J. Whan, then click on Whan collection. They are listed in many of the categories and hopefully you might find something you did't already know.
Also the Flinns are listed occassionally. David Flinn does not have a tombstone. He is buried to the right of Levi and Bell Butz and you can see his parents tombstone in the background. DAR is listing John W. Flinn s/o JW & S Feb. 17, 1870 7m 7d but the cemetery records do not indicate where he is buried. I will add the photo for David but not sure what you want done with John. Let me know. Another open photo perhaps. Barb
Sorry, I know now what you are referring to. I did post to Harold but I realized the dates were wrong so I deleted it after I had posted it. Sorry for the confusion. Ellen Headington. The Patterson cemetery book said that Harold Pickett born 1919-1910 is near near Mary but I did not find it on the stone with the others. It may be the half buried one there is a mount next to the half buried stone. I may take time and a small shovel and see if it has names on it. Ir it does I will ask the sectane to remount it Ellen Headington.
|Ellen Headington||Aaron Pickett|
I don't understand what you are referring to.I was out out Patterson again today with rubbing paper. The Picketts have one stone. On one side is Aaron Pickett with his dates on the other side is George Woodruff Pickett and his dates and I posted that side also last night. I wasn't sure about the front and top of the stone so I used rubbings. Mary J. is on the top and the front of the stone is "PICKETT" Beside that stone is another stone for Clara and Harry Pickett. There are wide spaces with no stones but there is a small broken half buried stone in that line with no names on it. I hope that clears up an questions you have. Ellen Headington.
|R Timonere||Claude Harvey #86722499|
Marcia, would you link him to his sons please?
Harold W. #30621135
Robert V. #52382086
Floyd S. #33468721
|Traci Hurlbut||Lucile Brown Banks|
I do not know who Lucile's parents are. All I know is that she was the second wife of Jacob Ferguson Banks. They were married on Oct 10, 1941 in Grand Rapids. Jacob was my grandma's sister. If I can find any other information I will let you know.
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