|Noma Kelton Henderson (#47011402)|
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Researching for over 20 years. Happy to fix any errors or problem postings! May take me awhile to research the information before making changes|
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|Lisa McEwan||RE: The Keltons|
|Lisa McEwan||The Keltons|
My husband's mother was a Kelton through Charles William Kelton and Vianna(Virginia) Adams. Do you know anything about them? I have found Charles military info. nothing about his wife. I do know they were separated at some point prior to WWII. I have their marriage certificate. I know they had 5 kids. Mercell Virginia, Jackie C., William Odell, Jimmie Frank, and Frances Louise (my husbands mother). Anything else at all would be greatly appreciated. thank you for your time.
|apbr||Gertrude Kelton Wurtzel|
Actually, the 616 refers to age at time of death. I believe 616 means 61 years, 6 months of age. However, Iíve noticed that a lot of the entries end in 6 so Iím pretty sure they didnít figure out exact age. Since Gertrude was born July 1873 and died November 15, 1934, she was actually about 61 years, 4 months old at death, so it should have been 614.
I donít see any Keltons (other than her Mom), Collins (other than John DeGuermore Collins), Malones or Wurtzels listed on the Hagerman Cemetery transcripts that appear online. Iím pretty sure that the Hagerman Masonic Cemetery portion has been left out of many of the transcripts and those that appear are only compiled by walkthroughs. Of course, that doesnít tell us much because if the grave is unmarked it will be missed. I also checked the available transcripts of cemeteries nearby, including Roswell South Park, Lake Arthur, Dexter and Artesia, but found nothing. Sometimes the death certificate shows the town in which they will be buried if you have a copy of hers available.
Weíll do another walkthrough when weíre at the cemetery over Memorial Day just in case and let you know.
I found a phone number for the Hagerman Cemetery, (575) 626-4661, if you want to contact them. Iím not sure that includes the Masonic part or not but, if not, they should know who to contact. The Historical Society published a book, ďMeeting the Train,Ē that you can see portions of on Google Books @ https://books.google.com/books?isbn=1611391024. From there you can search for names, etc. There is a short section on the J. E. Blythe family that mentions Mr. and Mrs. Granville Kelton, written by the Keltonsí granddaughter, Florrie Blythe Mansfield.
Added by apbr on May 27, 2016 2:26 PM
|apbr||Gertrude Kelton Wurtzel|
The cemetery in Hagerman is divided with the south side (2,500 plus graves) being the Hagerman Cemetery and the north (around 250-275 graves) being the Hagerman Masonic Cemetery (see photos on the main pages of the cemeteries). Returning from Roswell the other day my hubby stopped in Hagerman and did a quick walkthrough of the Masonic side of the Hagerman Cemetery but didnít see any Wurtzels. Hopefully, weíll be out there again Memorial Day weekend and weíll try to check it out again. Iíll let you know what we find.
How did you find out she was buried in Hagerman? Did they happen to know the plot number or some description of the gravesite location? Are you sure the grave is marked? Any information would be very helpful.
Added by apbr on May 26, 2016 1:38 PM
|LyndaB||Jerry Riddle 152865362|
I added headstone pic for Jerry and Joan
Added by LyndaB on May 24, 2016 8:07 PM
|Bob Trapp||Hexa Williams Trapp/Allen|
Thank you so very much for the transfer, it was very kind of you. I promise to take great care with her memorial. Thank you for all of the wonderful work you are doing on Find A Grave for so many others it will be appreciated by so many families.
|OBXr||Robert Latimer # 136441161|
I was interested in your information that there was a grave or a cenotaph for Robert Latimer at Beech Cumberland Presbyterian Cemetery. I cannot find one or any evidence of one. Did you find a record of this somewhere? Thanks.
Added by OBXr on Apr 10, 2016 7:19 AM
|vicki wood||sarah sally henderson walston|
Do you know the source of her bio info? This is the first time I have seen her father listed as Jones.
|Suzanna ღ Ashworth||Jane Brasher|
Do you know anything further about Jane? I haven't been able to prove her linage. She was my great grandmother. #41.9210281
|Dan Lankford||Joshua Davidson robinson|
Unless you have confirmed info, I have to disagree that he, his wife Daughter Ida and her husband Adolphus hope are buried in the Pearl cemetery. My brother was at the ranch where the Hope cemetery is about 20 years ago and the old gentleman there pointed out exactly where Joshua, Mary, Ida and Adolphus were buried. This also matches the area my father point out to me along about the same time. Joshua was my great grandmother, Sanford Gibbs Robinson Lankford. Adolphus was a Hope.
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