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|If you have time, please leave a flower for two special ladies that were part of my life, my grandmother who got me started in genealogy and my mother who passed away too early and because of this gave me my drive to want to know where I came from. Thank you and may God bless you.|
Capt Robert Paul Schott and the rest of the 304th Rescue Squadron aircrew members, who lost their lives on board aircraft King 56, while performing a training mission on the night of November 22, 1996.
These men were Citizen Soldiers committed to the preservation of the heritage of their nation. Because of this tragedy, we lost some of the soul of our country. You will not be forgotten.
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|Colin E.||Pvt David Pettegrew|
Do you think your David Pettegrew in Salt Lake City cemetery could have had another wife? My 3ed GG Elizabeth Atterbury Edwards is purported to have married him as her 3rd husband sometime after 1845. According to the SLC Cemetery records, she is buried in Plot B-5-9-5EW2, born in Chester, Carolina on Aug 30, 1790 and died July 16, 1858. Her 1st husband, a Mr Hudspeth, died in Alabama. Her 2nd husband, Thomas Edwards (my 3rd GG), stayed in Illinois when Elizabeth west west in 1845 or 1846. Colin Edwards
Added by Colin E. on Dec 04, 2013 12:49 PM
|EBL Call||Samuel Thompson|
There are two birth years listed for this man. I believe 1815 in an error. Thank you for your investigation and correction. EBLCall
Added by EBL Call on Nov 22, 2013 9:52 PM
|Rolaine Grant King||Lee-Lawson cemetery|
Since only one person is listed as in this New Harmony Cemetery it might be the right time to change the name of the New Harmony pioneer cemetery to the Lee-Lawson cemetery, It was on Lawson farm land but fence around it and upkeep is done by the Lee family on the farm now owned by Pace's, converts to the Mormon church with John D Lee the missionary who brought the message to them.
|Richard Stauff♫||RE: Re: San Juan Bautista Cemetery|
I meant that was how the name was spelled in the Cemetery… not necessarily how the family members might spell it… As you know, searching alternate spellings produces results… If the names, locations and dates line up, you've probably found 'em!
Some families would go generations without knowing how to read or write or spell their names, such as my ancient Italian ancestors… I've learned that "set in stone" data is not always true with cemeteries' records and inscriptions, or other references. But you know this, too. Again, I'm glad to help!
|Robert Dunbar Austin Jr||John Richard Gilbert and wife Betsey Ann|
I have the origionals of these portraits--very old--I would like to see them go family---Bob Austin in Boise, Idaho--cell--208-571-3480
|Richard Stauff♫||Re: San Juan Bautista Cemetery|
Actually, the name is spelled Willcox. (Double L ). You'll find the other family members there (with several duplicates) under that name spelling with marker pics to prove. Glad to help!
|Rolaine Grant King||RE: John Lawson|
Thank you. Aggathean Woolsey Lee and the two Lee children of John D Lee and Sarah Caroline Woolsey are also in that graveyard as are probably at least two of the three Woolsey children who died in 1861 and 1862--the ine in 1866 may be unknown. BYU did an ultrasound like viewing of that cemetery but I have not heard of the results. A native American who went to collage and had noone to marry after is also there in an unmarked grave. Owen H. something?
There is reason to believe there are unmarked graves in the pioneer section and the sw corner of New Harmony Cemetery. People moved and those who stayed just worked they own lands and minded their own business and disliked pot stirrers. Now we have to back track through diaries other written records but many grave sites are lost not just the Fort Harmony (historical site)years.
Send info to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have leads--maybe the births and deaths are in the New Harmony Branch records? Or some in Lee's diaries? That is source as well as the Rachael Lee minutes for the unshriven graves of the Fort era 1854-1862. Lee had been at farm building prior to the fall of the fort.
|Rolaine Grant King||John Lawson|
John Lawson has an interesting history--much to be found online and one big fight with John D Lee's wives over willows and trees and chickens on their farm boundary lines. His property was very beautiful and secluded in New harmony and a part of the Mountain bears his name-Lawson Hill.
He is not buried in the New Harmony Cemetery but in the Lee/Lawson Cemetery located on a hill on Lawson's part of the Farm that was owned by the Redd family after Lee and then by the Paces, both families converted by John D Lee on his Tennesee mission.
Brent's blog online has the pioneer cemetery photos but I will notify him as he is a Find a Grave contributor.
Rolaine G. King
Newharmonyheritage@yahoo.com or email@example.com
|Elaine Ellingson||RE: Berne cemetery|
It is truly my pleasure! Thank you for letting me be part of it. I have learned many things of those who have passed. Sometimes their lessons are more meaningful after they have left.
|Michael Pearlman||Thank you|
I found this page by accident while looking for something else. I am the son of Dorothy Schott. and Grandson of Wilbert Leo Schott and Bessie Duff Schott. I have long known the Duff ancestry on this continent but had no idea about the Schott line.
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