|Julie Oliver||RE: cemetery|
Yes I am related to the Simmons. Alexander's daughter Lodaska was my great great grandmother. She is buried not far from my home. Her daughter Dora was my maternal grandmother's mom. I am unsure of the correct name of the cemetery. Someone had listed them. I must have seen it and asked to them to transfer it. It is always nice to meet another cousin. I live in Kaufman County, Texas. How are,you related to Alexander?
|Cinde Moore||Becky Jane Easter|
I believe that I am kin to Becky (my Grand Aunt & Sister to Robert C Moren (my Great Grandfather).
I was wondering if you would have any info on the Moren's as relatives (Becky's line) that you could share with me?
It gets to be such a tangled web trying to place the Moren clan.
Thanks in advance for any leads you might pass my way!
|David Dudley||Elizabeth Snow Dudley|
Hi I'm Elizabeth's GGG Grandson. The cemetary,Reynolds,where she is buried,is supposed to have been 5 acres. I heard that years ago a farmer took the stones and threw them into a hole. I guess he was wanting to add more land to his place. The stones for Elizabeth and her husband Abner have been lost. Hope this was of some help. The Cemetary now is just a little square. With a few stones still there. David Dudley
|South Coast Grave Minders||RE: kliman|
No. Contact that cemetery. We have no records but for those contributed by volunteers.
|RainbowGal||Linville Family at Railroad Cemetery|
I stayed and photographed several other Linville's for the Find A Grave website.
|David Oxford||re: Alberty Family in Green Hill|
Hi - I just filled photo requests for Lonnie, Martha and Maggie Alberty, that you have again requested. I would be glad to add the photos once again, but that wouldn't be right. As noted in the photograph description block, the folks you are requesting for do NOT have markers.
|Harriet W. Berry||RE: Sypert|
No sir, am afraid I don't know. Neither is listed on cemetery transcriptions for Cedar Grove. The memorial marker for Mr Sypert was placed last summer by Upper Cumberland chapter of US Daughters of 1812. They did confirm that his brother William is buried at Cedar Grove. Will be glad to ask my contact what she learned about Lawrence and Sarah, though. --H
|Margie Montag||More Info re: Old Lancaster Burial Ground|
I have pursued your photo request. The Old Lancaster Burial Ground no longer exists as a cemetery. Many of the people interred there were moved to Forest Rose Cemetery or Elmwood Cemetery. Some families relocated loved ones' remains to other cemeteries in and out of state. Unfortunately, I am unable to verify that your relative was re-interred at Forest Rose or at Elmwood using cemetery readings of the Fairfield County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. Please contact FCCOGS at fairfieldgenealogy.org for more information.
|Margie Montag||Old City Burial Ground|
The old City (Lancaster) Burial Ground/Old Methodist Cemetery no longer exists. In 1907, the remains were to be moved. Many were moved to Elmwood or Forest Rose Cemeteries in Lancaster. Contact the Fairfield County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogy Society for more information.
|Pat Burroughs||RE: Simmons|
Good to hear from you, Max. The book I have was also written by Jack Simmons Jenkins. I'm thinking mine must be older than yours. I'd sort of like to see the one like you have, but have been working on Ancestry.com and it's pretty hard to beat. Hope I'm right on this. My great-mother was Sarah C. Simmons Linville. Lee Grant Simmons was her brother, and William Grant Simmons was the son of Lee Grant. So you and I are definitely from the same line, not too far removed, but I'm thinking I'm most likely quite a bit older than you are. If you ever see yourself coming this way, I'd love to meet you. We live at Heavener, OK, which is not too far from Muse. If you'd like to meet us and would like, message me if you're ever coming this way and maybe we could meet somewhere. By the way, I have more gravestones to add. Just didn't get through last night.
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