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|Warren Weimer||Wrong Photo|
Please delete the William Smith photo on Memorial #40769063
|William Hearn||Ida Klein at St. Johns|
I believe I found the stone for Ida Klein.
It says: Our Darling, Ida, Dau. of C. A. & C. Klein, Died Sept 30, 1880, Aged 4 yrs., 6 Mos, & 4 days.
|dtreat||William and Almira Mulvany|
Karen, thank you for transferring William's and Almira's memorials, in Harbor View Cemetery, to me. Almira is my husband's great aunt. Thank you also for all the work you are doing with Findagrave. Regards, Diane
Added by dtreat on Dec 06, 2012 5:20 PM
|David R. Hammond PhD||RE: Solomon Perry Glass|
You are most welcome; glad to do it. I'm sorry the the quality of the photo isn't so great-was hurrying to record as many as I could for future posting and should have paid more attention to the lighting conditions. I will be returning to the cemetery in the next year or 2 and will try to take a better one. Unfortunately Solomon's stone is well-worn, as are the majority in this very historical cemetery. I have many of my ancestors residing there. Also, I need to note for you that your memorials for Solomon & Mary are posted in the wrong "Fitch" Cemetery. There are actually two "Fitch" cemeteries in Fleming County--the large one located about 3 miles north of the town of Flemingsburg on Taylor Mill Road and a very small family one located on a farm about 2.5 miles south of Flemingsburg off the Mt Sterling Road (Highway 11). The larger one, where your and my people are at, is officially named "Fitche Chapel Cemetery" on government maps, although it more frequently called "Fitch Chapel" or "Fitch's Chapel". My 4th great grandfather Salathiel Fitch donated the land for the church and cemetery and hence his name was attached to them. The cemetery has been long neglected but during the past decade or interest has increased. The Methodist Church in Flemingsburg has taken resposability for care and trying to do some restoration. On my first visit 30 yrs ago it was totally overgrown and next to impossible to get into. The vegetation has been cleared out and re-cut every year now. Next project is a fence. I'm working with folks at the church on documentation of graves--supposedly over 400 there. Sorry to be so long-winded but thought you might be interested.
I only today noticed that you've made the link from Hannah to her parents. My apologies for the tardiness in saying a great big thanks!
Added by Rejeana on May 25, 2011 3:59 PM
|GLENDA EISENHOUR||John Isenhower #41684733|
Links to his parents if you'd like to add them: Father, Martin David #54014922 & Anna Catherine (Knull) Eisenhauer/Isenhower #54014835. Thanks.
|Robert DeLong||Eagle Lake Masonic Cemetery|
You can find most of the grave marker photos
in Eagle Lake Masonic Cemetery at the Web Site:
|Joan Kobernik Hoeft||Emma & Lowry Glass and James Dean|
I just wondered if you were aware that the famous actor James Dean is buried very close to Emma & Lowry L Glass. I would say that Emma & Lowry are about 3 rows behind James and about 5 spaces over.
|Kristin Ingalls||RE: Uni Nellie Inman Glass|
Dear Karen -
I had not realized you were a sponsor and hope I did not tread on your toes!!
I would love to learn more about you and your connection with my grandmother. Also about Dick Glass. I know she kept his name for a reason, even tho she did remarry after him.
She was quite a woman! All those husbands!! And after she and Oscar Miller were divorced she lived with, but did not marry, Pete Palmer. She was many years older and the few times we saw him we thought him kind of creepy!
I lived in Worland there in the white house (now yellow, I think) out on Salt Flats. I believe she and Dick Glass bought that property together and she kept it, eventually building three homes on the land. I was about 3 or 4 when we moved there about 1947-1948. We moved back to California in 1955. It was then Nellie moved Pete Palmer in. I guess my dad did not approve, tho he was one wild number himself--bad boy behavior!!
It is good to connect with you and I would love to hear anything you have to add to the story about Nellie and Dick or just in general.
Do you live there in Worland?
Kristin Ingalls, Santa Barbara, Calif.
|Sandy||Dresslaer in St. James|
Mary Alice is buried with her husband Jacob F (Oct 20, 1850 - Oct 30, 1937).
Jesse, son of JF and Mary A. Dresslaer, Jan 7, 1884-Jan 4, 1913 is also buried by his parents. There are several other Dresslaer's in St. James Cemetery and if you would like them, I'll be happy to send you the names that I have.
FYI - Mary Alice, Jacob, and Jesse's graves are close to the front gate.
Your Graveyard Buddy
Added by Sandy on Nov 22, 2009 12:07 AM
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