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Can I get the rights to this memorial.
|Stephen Barneby||RE: Israel Coleman info|
He's my 5th great grandfather. I have not been able to confirm one way or the other that his parents were William Coleman and Mary Brown, but several family trees on Ancestry.com have listed him that way.
|Edward ||Please let me know what you learn from Kristi|
Just interested to see what actual records show. I think there is a John B. Hunt buried in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery in St. Louis. Was he in a war?
Added by Edward on Oct 21, 2010 7:29 PM
|Edward ||Date of birth of Fred|
Grave lister has Fred born in 1866, but looks more like 1868 to me? Have to find census records to decide.
Added by Edward on Oct 19, 2010 7:50 PM
|Edward ||Hunt (continued)|
If you need more info than this, I suggest you call Kristi at City of Rolla Parks Department (573-364-0847). She should have detailed info on dates and who is actually in grave and if John is in the cemetery. I will upload two pictures. Let me know if you have further questions.
Added by Edward on Oct 19, 2010 7:12 PM
|Edward ||Hunt grave Rolla Cemetery|
Well I went and took pictures of the Hunt graves. It turns out that Belinda and three of her children are buried in the grave, which has only one rather large stone. It does not appear that husband John W. is in the grave and there are no other Hunt stones nearby. It is interesting that, if the dates shown are correct, Fred and Libbie were twins, born in the same year and died in the same year!
The stone has lichen over much of it and is hard to read. My best guess as to what it says is: "HUNT Belinda O Decker Wife of John B. Hunt 1839-1196. Children Fred 1868-1895 Libbie 1868-1895 Ethel 1870-1893. Grand(mother?) (Super?) Mrs. Barbara A. Waldo."
Added by Edward on Oct 19, 2010 7:08 PM
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