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|Larry Cornwell||Minor Chambers|
Sorry, I have nothing (yet!) to add to my Minor Chambers bio. Am working on more info, but nothing definitive.
As I develop new information, I immeditately edit my bios.
Are you related?
Larry P. Cornwell
|Carolyn Lane Lewis||RE: Margaret Liston pound|
I have no idea at all where she is buried. We will be visiting that area in the fall, and I will do some searching. Will let you know what I find.
|David J. Schryver||RE: Thomas hinds|
Glad to help
|Rene Saenz-Tanner||RE: Mary Norris|
No...I'm in Southern Ca so I will do some further research. Thanks!
|Rene Saenz-Tanner||Mary Norris|
Mary was the only child of Sophronia Curtis and Patrick Norris. She was buried in the same grave with her mother.
The above is noted on her memorial....so if and when her mother Sophronia Norris' grave is found and marked, perhaps it will note Mary there as well. Again, I will check with the creator of the memorial to see what source was used to show her burial location.
|Rene Saenz-Tanner||Sophorinia Norris|
Note: She is buried "across" from winter quarters not actually in the cemetery
This is what her memorial notes....I will check more sources & with the creator of the memorial to see what their source was to add that area to her memorial for the burial....
|Janet ||Ivan and Anna Cash|
Hello. I have transferred the memorials for Ivan and Anna Cash to your care. Thanks.
Added by Janet on Jun 21, 2013 3:19 PM
|Bruce Coyne||Thomas Hinds|
Please put link suggestions on the edit tab for his memorial.
|ADD||RE: Henry G ankeny|
There were 2 Henry's listed, so transferred them both.
Added by ADD on May 26, 2013 12:55 PM
Thanks for the info on the cemetery. We have lots of relatives that settled in Howard, Sherman and Merrick Counties, so I have been reading old area newspapers to learn more about them. While doing so, I also copy and transcribe any old obits I come across at the same time and post them to Find A Grave. It is tedious work, but seems to be helpful for other people's research, especially those who died in the 1890's, since that census was lost. One obit said the deceased's funeral was at Paulman church and he was buried at Paulman cemetery, north of St. Paul. It appeared from the family names listed there, that Ebenezer would be the right cemetery, but the map on the home page shows it southwest of St. Paul, instead of north, so I wanted to be sure I had the right cemetery to post the memorial.
Since you know about the cemetery, you should consider sending a note to Find a Grave telling a bit about its location and history and that it was known by another name.
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