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|Patti Sokol Smith||Erna Hoegemeyer Baer|
Thank you so much for the photo of Erna Baer grave. I really appreciate it.
|Larry Kleine||Duplicate Memorial|
It appears you accidently made 2 memorials for this person:
Find A Grave Memorial# 54423279
|Kelly Dellinger||RE: Pound family|
Finally updated my own family tree and determined that Sarah Ann Pound was a second cousin, three times removed. Common ancestor was John Pound (1770-1850) and Elizabeth Stark (1775-1845).
There are several Turners buried in Stafford County. Not all were buried in the Stafford Cemetery. There are Turners buried in Hudson, Macksville, and St. Johns as well.
According to the Kansas 1885 census, there was an R.B. Turner from Virginia, age 35, living in Cooper Township, Stafford County. The following were living with him: F.R.(?), age 11, K.M., age 9, C.P., age 4, R.S., age 2, and Elizabeth Pound, age 53. This lines up with 1880 federal census for Cooper Township.
Cooper Township (now East Cooper and West Cooper Township)is to the north of Stafford and Fairview Townships and to the east of St. Johns Township.
I would contact the Stafford Historical Society to follow up on where burial lists might be for each of the relevant cemeteries.
Based on my own family history, I know that when the original burial was on a farm, when the family moved, they had their son reburied in the Stafford Cemetery.
|Kevin Finch||RE: Slim Seidenberg|
You are welcome. F.Y.I. his site is two rows up and a few headstones to the right of Amy.
|Kevin Finch||merlin siedenburg|
Ivy lawn did some research and found a plot for merlin. I will take a photo within the next few days.
|Kevin Finch||Merlin Siedenburg|
I went to Ivy lawn Memorial today to fulfill your photo request for Merlin. I checked the cemetery's on line site but found no record for him. I did find his wife, Amy, and went to her gravesite, hoping to find Merlin next to her, but that was not the case. There is an unmarked grave next to hers, so maybe. I have emailed the cemetery and hopefully will hear back from them soon.
|Church Volunteer||Turner Family (2)|
I missed one, Margaret Isabel Virginia, daughter of Robert and Eliza Turner was born July 24, 1853. (The last digit is faint but it looks like a 3). Best Regards, C.V.
|Church Volunteer||RE: Turner family|
Hi again, I live near the church where James Turner (1801-1879) was buried according to the records of the congregation. Here is some info on file: Sarah Catherine Turner, daughter of Addison and Harriet Turner, was born Aug 28, 1839. James Turner, son of Addison and Harriet Turner, was born Feb 12, 1841. The Children of Robert and Eliza Turner - Mary Ann born Aug 13, 1835, Rebecca Catherine born Jan 25, 1838, Flavius Josephus born Dec 9, 1841. Sarah ELizabeth Turner, daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Turner, was born Aug 3, 1847. Robert Barly (or Burly) Turner, son of Robert and Elizabeth Turner, was born July 8, 1850. I hope this helps. Best Regards, C.V.
|Larry Cornwell||RE: Minor Chambers|
My DNA is only through the male line, and I'm not a Chambers (my paternal grandmother was). Unless I (we) find a known Chambers male relative who is willing to take the test, we may not be able to conclude anything by DNA.
|Church Volunteer||Turner family|
Hi, I've processed the family links as requested for James Turner. If you're interested, I can provide some additional birth dates and family lines of the Frederick County Turners from church records. Best Regards, C.V.
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