|Debbie J||RE: brockmeir|
I added what I found in the cemetery records. Did not find an Evan or a Settle.
Added by Debbie J on Feb 18, 2013 10:43 AM
|Diana L. Schwab||Ruben BREWER|
Ruben BREWER and his family is a part of my family tree because of his mother's line. Are you related?
|Lynne BakerLynne||RE: enoch|
I would love to have the info from the tombstone! There were apparently 2 Enoch Andersons in Boone County who were only 1 year apart in age based on census and Civil War registration records.
Do you have an account on Ancestry? I have uploaded two Anderson family reunion pictures from the early 1900's there. If you don't have an account, I would be happy to email the photos.
I'm not sure how George W. is related. George Anderson married Millie Barlow in 1820, two of their sons (Enoch J and Austin Barlow) are the two I trace my ancestry to, but I haven't gone far tracing the other brothers descendants.
|Lynne BakerLynne||Enoch J Anderson|
Hi- Enoch was my great-great grandfather. His grave is actually located in the Stockwell cemetery according to the request for the Civil War Veteran headstone. His grave along with a few others is outside of the "main" old section of the Constance Cemetery.
|Rob||RE: SCREW ANDREWS|
Thank you! I'm gonna try again with the famous tag.
I'd be happy to take Jimmy as well, I'll start working on his, too.
Added by Rob on Dec 08, 2012 4:20 PM
Thank you for the transfer, I was able to add a pretty good bio as well as complete birth and death dates. I'm working on the old Newport gangsters for my newest Find-A-Grave project.
My family is originally from Newport, I remember Mom telling me stories of the mob's activities. She said it was a safer town, back then. I can still remember all of the strip joints and gambling clubs. Oddly, I was born at the hospital where Srew Andrews was killed (check out the photo I've added).
Added by Rob on Dec 07, 2012 4:54 PM
|Lisa Goldsmith||RE: goldsmith|
I'm sorry it took so long to get this message to you. John Goldsmith and Jane Stout are my gggrandparents. I think his father was William L. Goldsmith and his mother was Leah or Leanna. I used to think James A was Johns brother but have found evidence that Robert was James' father. I have so many more questions than answers. I believe William and Robert were brothers. There was an Andrew that was living with Robert, close to the same age. All brothers? William and Leah were born in PA. I've seen Robert as having a wife named Leah. Very confusing as they used middle and nick names most of the time. My ggrandparents are Albert Jenkins Goldsmith and Laura Waldeck. Albert left his family around 1910 to make it as a merchant in Ca. Was killed by a train the family was told. My grandpa lived in Dundalk, MD where my dad was raised. The Goldsmith branch has been the hardest to trace. Anything you can share would be great. Good luck in all your searches!
|Debbie J||RE: clarence anderson|
I have a map with locations on it. Go to http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohhamcem. click on next. scroll down to maps of wesleyan. You can pull up a map for Sec P. Then I located others around him that did have a marker so I knew where he was. Thank you for asking.
Added by Debbie J on Sep 11, 2012 7:22 PM
|Debbie J||RE: clarence anderson|
Thank you. Was the grass mowed? I was hanging out at Vine Street Hill today. Didn't get a chance to go to Wesleyan. If the grass is mowed, I might go tommorrow. I do have a lot of trouble finding markers for people there. That's the cemetery where it is cheap for a lot and people usually can't afford a marker too.
Added by Debbie J on Aug 02, 2012 4:40 PM
|Rogers-Valen Family||Gertrude Brewer|
Hi, I transferred Gertrude to you.
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