|Mary Lewis (#46805605)|
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|lynda kaiser||RE: webster|
I could not find a headstone.some you can not read others are not there. for Jesse Webster in Hartford cemetery
sorry not headstone for Jesse.
|Denise (Griffith) King||Keith Griffith|
Thank you very much for getting this photo for me. It's great to know we can count on people like you to do this in their area.
|Not Forgotten||Fred Blakely|
Thank you for the correction. I also believe it reads consumption. Not sure why I read it wrong the first time. (Guess I just needed someone to point it out to me)
|Jane Marie Morrison||RE: John Anthony|
I did not know this cemetery was designed by Dale Evans nor that she and Roy Rogers are buried there. I watched them on TV as a kid and loved them. I hope someday to see it. Thank you again.
|Jane Marie Morrison||John Anthony "Jack" May|
Thank you so much for your selfless service, time and headstone photo that you posted. It is deeply appreciated.
Sorry, the death certificate says he died in texas, while visiting. He Lived in Pomona, ca for many years and certificate said he was buried at this cemetery in ca. I do not know what happened..my apologies
|VirJean Potter Bozarth (inactive)||RE: Mary Hargis Bozorth|
Hi, Mary, I'm glad to hear form you. Would love to compare notes on Jonathan Bozorth and Mary Hargis. What is your line of descent from them?
My husband's line is Claude Earl, Jr; Claude Earl, Sr. William Franklin Bozarth; Eli D. Bozorth, Jeremiah Bozorth; Jonathan Bozorth, John Bozorth, Simon Bozorth and Jean Bosssard/ (in English, John Bozier).
I have seen the information about John Hargis and Elizabeth Freelove, but have not been able to convince myself that Mary is descended from them. There is considerable information about a Thomas Hargis in the 1780s in Kentucky that has led me to the possiblilty that he could be her father. I have no proof, but I do have a lot of circumtantial evidence that has caused me to consider this. I think that this Thomas Hargis is the brother of Ensign John Hargis (1742-1779).
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Take care, VirJean
|Miriam||RE: Lewis Family Tree|
I just emailed you pictures let me know it you didn't get them!
Added by Miriam on Aug 21, 2010 1:05 PM
|Miriam||RE: Lewis Family Tree|
Nice to hear from you again and of course I don't mind taking a picture of the Webster marker next to your grandmother's marker.
I can't get to it this weekend but will next weekend. Mary Koontz's marker will be easy to find because I listed her marker's GPS coordinates!
I actually thought of your great-grandfather last week when we buried my father at Woodlawn. Another example of what a small world this is.
I googled 7720 Kentwood and it looks like there is a big new house on the lot now.
Go to maps.google.com and type in the address then click on search maps. Then drag the little yellow man to the red pin point (as soon as you drag the little man you will see the streets turn blue). You will then get a birds eye view of the houses on the street. See if you recognize anything. I will still get a picture of 7720 Kentwood for you but it might be fun to see if you recognize anything on that street.
Will contact you again as soon as I can.
Added by Miriam on Aug 14, 2010 11:22 PM
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