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Carole Arbuckle Marlow (#47041410)
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I have been an avid genealogist for the past 50 plus years. Long before the Internet I have traveled the U.S. and visited libraries, court houses, lands office and many, many graveyards. I only post here what I know from proven facts what is correct and hope that everyone would do the same. I do appreciate any input or corrections to what I post.
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LisaN
Maria Lovisa Jansdotter Carlson
Hi, are you related to Maria Lovisa Jansdotter, b 1863 in Sweden? I see that you've added lots of information about Maria on this site.

Marias sister was my great grandmother. I live in Sweden.

Added by LisaN on Apr 03, 2016 8:29 AM
Scout
Jennie Shigley

I really don't know what you are talking about. There are no links on her memorial to anyone.
Added by Scout on Mar 12, 2016 5:17 PM
LaDon Brennan
Martha Marvin
You sent edit to change Martha Marvin's father from Thomas Arbuckle #84026280 to Thomas Arbuckle #88458116. I will send a rejection as the 2nd Thomas Arbuckle is a duplicate, and in a cemetery that doesn't exist. The Arbuckle family graveyard was located on his farm, called High Tebo. Martha is correctly linked to the original memorial for Thomas Arbuckle, Feel free to email me.
Added by LaDon Brennan on Mar 07, 2016 1:19 PM
Larry H.
Marlow-Berry Controversy
I read with interest your post Feb. 22 to Pat Osborn reference Marlow/Berry twigs of our family tree. You might want to check out the Marlows on the web site "BlogOklahoma.us/Marlow Brothers Hideout" Lots of interesting information.

1st: I could not find Charles Marlow in Ouray County cemeteries on any F.A.G. postings. I have him buried in L.A., Calif. (F.A.G. # 48812591)

2nd: Charlie did not marry Lillian Berry (F.A.G. # 43239627) Lillian married George Marlow (F.A.G. #43240844). They were married June 17, 1883 on the Washita River in Indian Territory, now called Oklahoma. They are buried side by side in Crown Hill Cemetery, Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado.

The Marlow-Berry clans were very closely intertwined into my Head clan via births/marriages.

I am not going to enter into the "Scudder" controversy. Done that one time, that was enough! I will let Pat sort that mess out!

Larry
Added by Larry H. on Mar 04, 2016 8:02 AM
Pat Osborn
RE: Wilson W. Foster/Juney Berry
Hi Carole,

Nice to hear from you. I know that Wilson W. Foster wasn't named after Dr. Marlow. Wilson was born in Dec 1850 in Pennsylvania and was named for his grandmother, Elizabeth WILSON. All we know is that is middle initial was W. Some members of the family think it stood for Wolf but have never come up with any proof. Have never located any family members with the surname Wolf or any other reason to think that his middle name might have been Wolf. He didn't connect with the Berry and Marlow families until he married Juney Etta Berry, who was the older sister of Lillian Berry. Wilson was shot and killed at Hastings Mesa, Colorado when he was only 39 years old so he didn't leave much of a paper trail. I've heard several versions of the shooting but don't know what the real story is. Would sure like to know though. Wilson and Juney Foster were my great grandparents. Their son, Charles Joseph Foster, my grandfather, also died at a pretty young age so we don't have much history on that side of the family.
My great great grandfather, Joseph Berry's name was just that with no middle name but his find-a-grave has him with the middle name of Scudder. I have tried repeatedly to get the Scudder removed but with no success. I don't know why people add names that don't show up anywhere in any records but guess I'll just have to live with the imperfections.
Thanks for your interest
Pat Foster Osborn
Added by Pat Osborn on Feb 29, 2016 3:06 PM
Pat Osborn
RE: Wilson W. Foster/Juney Berry
Hi Carole,

Nice to hear from you. I know that Wilson W. Foster wasn't named after Dr. Marlow. Wilson was born in Dec 1850 in Pennsylvania and was named for his grandmother, Elizabeth WILSON. All we know is that is middle initial was W. Some members of the family think it stood for Wolf but have never come up with any proof. Have never located any family members with the surname Wolf or any other reason to think that his middle name might have been Wolf. He didn't connect with the Berry and Marlow families until he married Juney Etta Berry, who was the older sister of Lillian Berry. Wilson was shot and killed at Hastings Mesa, Colorado when he was only 39 years old so he didn't leave much of a paper trail. I've heard several versions of the shooting but don't know what the real story is. Would sure like to know though. Wilson and Juney Foster were my great grandparents. Their son, Charles Joseph Foster, my grandfather, also died at a pretty young age so we don't have much history on that side of the family.
My great great grandfather, Joseph Berry's name was just that with no middle name but his find-a-grave has him with the middle name of Scudder. I have tried repeatedly to get the Scudder removed but with no success. I don't know why people add names that don't show up anywhere in any records but guess I'll just have to live with the imperfections.
Thanks for your interest
Pat Foster Osborb
Added by Pat Osborn on Feb 29, 2016 3:05 PM
Larry H.
Photos
I need an email address to send photos to.
Added by Larry H. on Feb 26, 2016 3:01 PM
Larry H.
Photos
I need an email address to send photos to.
Added by Larry H. on Feb 26, 2016 3:01 PM
Larry H.
Marlow Headstones
Would you want photos of George & Lilly Marlow headstones?
Added by Larry H. on Feb 26, 2016 9:42 AM
Larry H.
RE: Marlow clan
MARLOW CLAN! Yep, Hollywood done a number on the true story! We were able to photocopy the original printing, which is under lock & key at the Mesa County Colorado public library. Sure a different story than the movie!

George and Charlie were close friends of my great-great grandfather Theophilus H. and his son Benjamin H. Both Marlows spent numerous visits to my ancesters when at Gunnison and later at the ranch at Crawford. George become a relative of mine by his marriage to a granddaughter, Lillian Berry (called Lilly), of Theophilus.

Happy gravin' , Larry
Added by Larry H. on Feb 26, 2016 9:24 AM
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