|Linda Coen Passmark (#47005264)|
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I was raised in Western Kansas and now live in Oklahoma City area. My family research interests are surnames Coen, Boicourt, Perry, Page, Turner, and Leake|
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You're very welcome. I do understand the satisfaction one gets in seeing these pics; it's how I came to be involved with Findagrave. As promised, I'll be going back (now that I know where her memorial is) to see if I can't capture a cleaner pic & will drop you a note if I do.
Have a great New Year.
Added by Marlasue on Jan 06, 2016 8:27 PM
Linda, I uploaded a photo that I took today for Mrs. Coen's memorial stone. I'm not happy that I couldn't clean it, but the temps were in the teens (also, I hadn't brought my cleaning kit with me..next time I drive by I'll be sure and see if I can get the letters any clearer).
Added by Marlasue on Jan 05, 2016 5:15 PM
|Steven Robert Howard||RE: Robert Ewing tombstone|
You are welcome. Had to dig around a little to expose the writing.
|Osborne-Payne||Marinda A Coen|
Marinda A Coen is my 3rd Great Grandmother. I am wondering if you would happen to know where is her final resting place is? Thanks! ~Bobby J Osborne
|Diana R. Holland||RE: John Turner|
Yes, that Elizabeth Turner Young was my ggggg grandmother. Do you have any info you could share with me? I have much on the Youngs... Pics, Johns will, an original letter from Oct 1878. From my ggg grandfather Benjamin Turner Young to his brother "Cash"... Aka Thomas Koshow Young.
|Diana R. Holland||RE: John Turner|
I believe he was buried in Howard county MO. Would have to get on computer to log on and see. But I'm pretty sure it was my gggggg grandpa.
|Diana R. Holland||John Turner|
Was he the father of Elizabeth Turner who married Benjamin Young in Warrn County, KY and moved to Audrain County, MO?
|Cris West||RE: Nancy C Reed, Hope Moravian Cemetery|
It's been awhile sionce I put Elchana Roller's memorial up, but I don't believe I am the one who established the connection between him and Nancy C. Reed. It must have been the person who set up her memorial. His grave is not at Hope Moravian, but rather at Flatrock Baptist.
I hope you get a chance to come and look at the Moravian cemetery, though. I haven't been there for a few years now, but it is one of the most beautiful cemeteries that exist! WIsh they all had caretakers like this one.
I might be interested in your REED line as my great aunt, Vera Everroad Muir's mother was Ida May Reed Everroad, a daughter of Joseph & Sirilda Elkins Reed. Aunt Vera did not have children and I shared a love for history and photographs with her husband, my great uncle Dale Muir, so I have her family photos. Almost all are from the Hope area (really old photos!), but the Everroads lived mostly in Clifford.
|Janice Dyer Doran||RE: Question|
Linda, thank you so much for responding and I will check it out. I have her, Rebecca Scott, marrying William Richard Coen May 24, 1832 in Guernsey Co., Ohio. That's all I have to go on. I do have a note that William Richard Coen her husband died in 1834 so that means he was young, only 24, 2 years after they married.
|Janice Dyer Doran||Question|
I'm looking for my gggreat aunt Rebecca Scott Coen's final resting place. I stumbled across your gggrandfather William Coen and wondered if he might be the William Coen who was married to my ancestor.
I have Rebecca Scott, daughter of Hugh and Sarah McElwee Scott married on May 24, 1832 in Guernsey Co., Ohio a William Richard Coen b 1810 d 1834.
I thought it was worth the "try" to find out.
Janice Dyer Doran
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