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I have been dabbling in family research for a number of years, a little here, a little there, and then I gave up on it for several years, because I had hit so many roadblocks and went back to school to start a career as an LPN and raise my family. |
I started back to family research when I came up with the bright Idea to write a family book, because I had already written and published two poetry books, so I thought, this would keep me busy by writing a family book, then the other side of my family wanted one, and then my husbands family wanted one, and before I knew it, Here I am again digging into the past, walking through cemetaries to find gravesites, spending hours on the pc doing research.
It's funny how one's hobby changes from time to time, I am enjoying myself at digging, have found some very great treasures in my dig.
My motto is: "If you can talk, then You've got a story worth being told"
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Hi, I saw your flowers message and I bet someone has told you but just in case...your message.. "Martha was born in Feb. 1851, married Isaac Marion Overman in 1870, they had 9 children. This is very interesting to see where she was buried, since her family is from Idaho."
Lewiston Idaho is across the River from Clarkston where this cemetery is. There are actually many here that I have found died in Idaho, most likely Idaho. Maybe it was cheaper or another good reason to choose Washington. Cheers! Rosalie a Washingtonian now from Idaho.
|Mary Webb||Susan Talley Russell|
I searched through the records at City Hall. There was no record for Sally Russell. We are still searching. As soon as we can find out something I will let you know.
|DogMama08||RE: Bomesberger's memorials|
I found this information on a different headstone transcription website. The first part shows how to interpret the location, and the second shows the location of LaDonna's grave. You can also call the cemetery office for her gravesite location.
I have canvassed Section 14 beginning at its northeast corner and working to the west. Within each Block there are several rows, with the first row beginning at the east side of that block. Within rows, the low number is at the north end of the row. Example: S14-B1-R-1 is Block 1 and the first marker with a burial date at the north end of the first row. S14-B5-R2-6 is the sixth burial inscription from the north end of Row 2 of Block 5. The cemetery office phone number is (405) 677-8384.
S14-B1R3-36 BOMESBERGER LaDONNA MARIE 1960 1977
|DogMama08||RE: Bomesberger's memorials|
I am not related to the Bomesbergers. That photo is of Mary Bomesberger. Her maiden name was Bolt, so if she was related to LaDonna Bomesberger, it would be by marriage.
I'm sorry you lost your friend.
|Perry W. Caldwell||RE: Saint Michael's Cemetery|
The link below is for the Saint Michael's Cemetery located on Highgrove Rd. State, Hwy. 48, Fairfield, Nelson Co., KY., which is the one we visited (with the list of photo requests for that cemetery) that I referred to in my e-mail to all who had requests at that time (Sept. 2011). If there is another St. Michael's in the area I do not know (we do not live in Ky. but CT. and were passing through).
Good luck in your quest for information.
Perry & Kathleen Caldwell,
|C&J Brown||RE: otho obell brown|
Unfortunately, I am not sure about Chris Brown. Otho is my cousin, but in my genealogy I have been unable to learn much about him, or his spouse and children. I know Otho grew up in N.C., but later moved to FL or GA. I live in NC as well.
|Perry W. Caldwell||Saint Michael's Cemetery|
I am sending an e-mail to all who have photo requests at Saint Michael's Cemetery. My wife Kathleen & I stopped there to see if we could get lucky and find a few to photograph. After about an hour of looking, with no luck at all the caretaker showed up. He has been associated with the Cemetery "forever". He went over the list of requests and said he did not recognize any of them. Several surnames with multiple graves are here, but he did not recognize any first names. He offered to go home and get THE book, but we were traveling and did not have enough time. He suggested we stop at the post office and speak to Mary who "knows everybody, and everything about Fairfield"!! She also did not recognize any of the names. We are sorry we could not be of more help, but we can tell you Saint Michaels is a very well kept beautiful cemetery.
Perry & Kathleen Caldwell
|Anonymous 2||Zebulon R. Overman|
I went to All Saints Cemetery outside of Liberty, KS and there is no Zebulon Overman. I contacted the person who has the records for that cemetery and she said that there is absolutely no record of a Zebulon Overman in that cemetery. When did you see his grave? Do you have the correct town and state? His memorial # is 29250432....Please get back with me....Thanks....GJ....PS there's been a request for a photo of his headstone....again, Thanks.
|Walt||RE: Pam Williams|
You are very welcome. I enjoy doing it.
Added by Walt on Aug 11, 2011 8:45 AM
|Randy Adams||Aaron Alexander Hollingshead|
Aaron Alexander Hollingshead is also my 3rd great grandfather. We could exchange information if you want.
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