|marian cox fearing (#46899861)|
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|Daughter of Clyde Joseph Cox and Suzie Burkhead (Zimmerman)Cox.|
Raised in Linn County, Kansas and graduated from the University of Kansas.
Married and have made my home in Ohio since 1951.
Have 2 adult children and 3 granddaughters.
Became interested in family history several years ago and have spent many happy hours reseaching ancestors emigrating to America from England and Germany. Have travelled to many states tracking ancestral grandparents in their journeys to the mid-west.
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|Peggy Bargen Duey||Find A Grave Changes|
A friend told me about this change a couple days after this was deployed. I have sent edit/s to you so I thought maybe you didn't know about it. You might want to pass it on to your friends. If I have sent this to you before, sorry, but I didn't see it on your profile page. thanks!!! ~Peggy
New "Automated" system for "Suggest a Correction/Submit an Edit"
New System for Memorial Edits deployed by FindAGrave on 12/5/2013
Go to your Contributor/Profile page.
Look in the upper right corner. You should now see a tab called "Edits" - check there to see if any have been submitted to you. Then just review and accept.
Way easier for doing updates to names/dates/ places/plot #s/links to spouse/s and parents.
You still will get e-mails to add info to bio section.
|JARROTT P. COX||raised in Linn co, Ks.|
Hi marian ,I to was raised in Linn co, Ks. Pleasanton , seems like I should know you .Seems like your first name wont's to ring a bell. Jarrott Cox
|Lisa Read||many thanks|
Thank you for adding photos of my great-great-grandparents Nelson and Sarah Read. Where do you find photos?
|Jon Rice||RE: Harold M. Martin|
Harold M. martin ID #
Added by Jon Rice on Oct 27, 2011 9:12 PM
|Sandra Dee||Thank you!|
Hello! I was adding some information for my grandparents and great-grandparents and stumbled on the memorial page for Laura Leona Fearing (14146710). Leona was my great-great-grandmother. Since her daughter, my great-grandmother, moved away from Kansas and passed away before I was born I had very little information about that generation of my family. I was pleasantly surprised to find this memorial page and even more excited to see a little bit of biographical information about Leona.
So this is just a big thank you for giving me a little information about my family!! I will make a family link from my great-grandmother's page (Eva Norris) to her mother.
|Eric J. Brock||Isaac...|
Looking over my last message I see some glaring typos. Sorry. Please ignore these. It is getting late and my typing isn't the best!
|Eric J. Brock||RE: Isaac van arnum|
The spellings are rather variable: Van Aernam, Van Arnum, Van Norman, Van Arnem, etc...
I am descended from Jan Dirksen Van Aernam also. He was born in Arnhem, Guilderland, Netherlands about 1639, son of Dirk Van Aernam. He married Sara Theunis, born around 1642, died after 1717. I don't know his brothers' names. I didn't even know he had any siblings (though I aassumed he did). My descent is thus: On my maternal line I am the great great grandson of Alice Marion Van Aernam Sauer (Albany 1858 - San Diego 1946), dau. og John Benjamin Van Aernam, son of Benjamin J. Van Aernam, son of Thomas Van Aernam, son of Jacob Van Aernam, son of Jan Dirk Van Aernam, son of Jan Janse Van Aernam, son of Jan Dirksen Van Aernam. I have made Find a Grvae memorials for all of these back through Jacob Van Aernam.
I suspect that your Isaac is the brother of my ancestor Jacob, though Jacob's brother Isaac was born in 1745, not 1704, which in any case would make Revolutionary service unlikely as he would have been 72 when independence was declared. Isaac, b. Aug 1745, was the son of Jan Janse and Elizabeth Lansing Van Aernam. In 1768 he married Caterina Van Wie in Albany. He served in the Revolution on the Albany Committee of Correspondence, as did Jacob, and in 1777 was made its chairman. I don't know his precise military service, but he fought in the war. After the war he held some political offices in Albany. He died in 1802. I don't know where he is buried, but I'd think one of the Albany area cemeteries is probable. Perhaps the one we discussed, which was the burial ground of the farm of his other brother Johannes (John) Van Aernam -- the cemetery I have yet to copy. Could this be your Isaac (middle initial J.)?
|Eric J. Brock||RE: Isaac Van Arnum|
If he is there his grave is not marked. Unfortunately, there are no records for this cemetery other than the stones themselves. It is the same family, to be sure. I have come across Isaac's name on several occasions doing research on the Van Aernams (I am descended from jacob and Catherine Van Aernam through their son Thomas, his son Benjamin, and so on...). There is another small burial ground about 1/4 mile up the road that contains a number of Van Aernams also. I have not recorded this one as I live in Louisiana and only get up to the Albany area about once a year (and then I don't always have time as I'm there for family visits which can get hectic). I plan to try to record that cemetery on my next visit, which may not be for several months. Isaac may be there, I don't know. There are also Van Aernams in Albany Rural Cemetery, though I think Isaac may be too early for that. If I find out more I will let you know. For now, all I can say with certainty is that all the MARKED graves (17 of them) in the Van Aernam Burial Ground have been listed by me on Find a Grave. I suspect there are others buried there, however. It appears so. Indeed, there may be as many unmarked (or more) than marked.
All best wishes,
|rose4666||RE: Daniel Davis|
I would think that she too was buried at the old liming Cemetery. But I myself do not know where she is burried I do know that her father died and Sophia Poynter Hudson remarried Coverdale (dill) Cole. So she might be might be buried along side of him that is I mean Sophia. I have a lot of information on this family as my grandmother was a davis. I know that Daniel Davis Son Isaac moved on to Pleasants county, WV and there is a Davis cemetery in that caoubnty There is also Another Cemetery located at the Cloverdale Church of Christ just outside of St. Mary's WV where alot of my anceters both Davis and Masters are buried please feel free to ask any thing I will try to help. Judy
Added by rose4666 on Aug 30, 2010 10:37 AM
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