|robin hixon (#46979634)|
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if you are family or friend of a memorial entry, I will transfer. feel free to use grave photos without request or attribution.
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|Susan Mecum||Henrietta's first husband|
Henrietta Butts was first married to Noah Drollinger; who died in 1856 - memorial # 7443580 . She, then, went on to marry George Bonebrake, memorial # 19311047.
Regards, Susan Mecum
|Sam Charter||RE: mayse hixon|
Robin, The transfer would be great and then I can addd some information to them as well. I contacted a funeral home in Tacoma and I am ordering a headstone for Mayse. I am going to see my mom who lives up there the week of the 25-31 May.
The monument company may be able to make and have the stone in place while I am there so I can get a picture of it to put here. Thanks Sam
|Sam Charter||RE: mayse hixon|
I have contacted you before about Mayse. I have her listed in the 1895 Kansas census with her father George and his first wife Louisa Reynolds. George marries Lucy in 1902 and Mayse marries my Great grandfather in 1904. I bought a copy of the Hixon / Mc Bay book from Iva an couple of years ago but there was nothing in it about Mayse. I have been trying to figure out why but maybe she had left so early and died in 1919 that nobody remembered her. Any thing on George and his family would be great. Thanks Sam
|Jerry McLain||RE: Additional Info J.H. Byers|
THANK YOU!! My research shows all are related.
My wife is tickled pink to have them all together.
Someday ,we wish to come to cemetery to take pictures of their ,final resting place. We sincerely Thank You. Jerry and Gail
There is also Frankie that is a uncle
|Carolyn Pulliam||RE: Dorothy Pulliam|
yes if you would please. they are family of mine. I am trying to find some family history for my kids. Thanks for the help
|davemarr||Hewitts at Marmaton Cem., Bourbon Co|
Hello Robin-- I stumbled on two memorials that you created at Marmaton Cem. in Bourbon co., KS:
60318305, Frances Maria Hewitt
60318306, George E. Hewitt
and they are very exciting to me. I've been looking for both of these people for a long time(!). Thank you, thank you, for including the small, but significant, biographical details. They are *very* significant, and confirm some long-standing suspicions. John W. Hewitt, Frances's husband, was my G-grandfather. Your memorial for Frances supports my suspicion that she came from the Liverpool area. I also strongly suspect that George is John's youngest brother, who disappeared from NJ records ca. 1880. Looks like he went to visit, or stay with, his older brother, and died before returning to NJ.
Thank you for creating those two memorials; they are a huge help. Once I confirm a few more facts, I'll get back to you and ask about transfers. But I want you to know that your work on this cemetery is very significant, and much appreciated!
Added by davemarr on Jan 05, 2013 10:39 AM
|Brad Albee||Edward Samuel Albee|
Thank you for the transfer...I promise to honor his memory....I am working on writing an obituary and history for his page....he fought at Gettysburg..
|The Ancestor Hunter||Again thanks|
Since your transfer of 55941114 I have added links which connect Gilpin back 6 more generations. Also, I have made contact with another findagrave poster that descends from Gilpin. Your efforts in posting the memorial & photos is appreciated along with the transfer.
|Derrick||RE: james sturdivan - central city, anderson co ks.|
I'm sure they are related, both by last name and place, however I'm still trying to fit it together.
I would really like a scan. I would greatly appreciate it.
Added by Derrick on Sep 07, 2012 6:14 PM
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