When you have time would you check the entry for Addison Woolman, son of Anna and Edward? See if anyone wrote in any information on Addison's marriage or birth/death of his son David.
|judy peacock||Thomas Whinery|
I can't find my Whinery Book written by Anna Whinery Woolman to give you the exact relationship but hopefully you will know from the info I give you. My husband's maternal grandmother is Anna Whinery Woolman, her father is Mahlon Whinery and her mother is Hannah Dean. Mahlon was killed in a threshing accident.
|Jennifer Drain||RE: Overlook Cemetery|
You are so welcome :)
|Cathy Sexton||RE: Pioneer Cemetery|
You're very welcome. The stone has a lot of verbiage on it. I'd like to go back and translate the whole thing some time.
|Sharon Taylor||RE: Pioneer Cemetery|
You are welcome.
|Dawn/John Vesely||RE: Mount Vernon Cemetery|
its our pleasure ; )
|charli||RE: Woodbine Cemetery|
Sorry I couldn't assist you...but I see that someone else has now claimed it, so maybe they'll have more luck. It's just that I work graves and so have only a few hours in the mornings to do these searches and it can be difficult to contact by phone.
Added by charli on Mar 18, 2013 6:06 PM
|Thomas Wilde||RE: Grandview & Hope Cemeteries|
You are very welcome. We could have missed it somehow. I was looking for the person that built my house in 1890 yesterday and walked through the section where he is twice with no luck. I went back today and there it was and as tall as I am. I must have been too tired yesterday. I will ask at the office about Ross when I get there during a weekday.
|Michelle Hinton Mayle||RE: North Lawn Cemetery|
I did not notice a memorial page for his wife. If you add one I will upload the photo.
|NLColes||RE: Crown Hill Cemetery|
You are very welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by NLColes on Feb 16, 2013 1:30 PM
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