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|Ellie Hook||Maria K Bruins Maxon|
There seems to be evidence that Maria Maxon's maiden name was Van Dusen, not Bruins. Here is what I received in an email:
"RE: Maria Maxon, wife of Calvin Schuyler Maxon
Here is the content copied from the message board. It is on Ancestry UK message boards. You also should be able to find it by Googling their names. That is how I found it. Prev Thread|Next Thread Begin New Thread Maria Van Dusen and Calvin S Maxon Replies: 0 Maria Van Dusen and Calvin S Maxon R. L. Reams (View posts) Posted: 13 Oct 2006 4:57AM Classification: Query
Maria Van Dusen and Calvin S Maxon were married on the 8 Feb 1836 at Geddess, Onondaga County, New York by Rev Thomas Sammons. Are there Marriages records that would show the parents of this couple ? In the 1850 Federal census they are living next door to a John Van Dusen and his wife Alpherris P. in Geddess, Onondaga County, New York. Both men are listed as Boatmen. Maria and John could be siblings. After the civil war they moved to Jackson County Missouri where they lived out the rest of there lives. In the 1870 Federal Census there is a 12 year old Robert Van Dusen living with them and is still there in 1880 where he is listed as a carpenter Any information on the Parents or family would be greatly appreicated."
|Edgar Bryant||John Henry Moore|
Can you give me amy information on John Henry and Jessie Moore that is buried in Mr. View Cemetery,Marrietta Ga. I believe he is my uncle.
|Scott A. Steinbrink||Whites @ maloney springs cem|
Jumping my claim?????
|Love never dies||Louessa Ball|
Thank you for the pictures. I'm glad the headstones are in good shape.
|Love never dies||John Ball's headstone|
Thank you so much for the pictures. It looks like a nice place for them. I really appreciate you!
|Love never dies||Nancy Ball headstone|
Thank you so much for taking the picture of Nancy Ball headstone. I hope it wasn't too much trouble. I really appreciate what you have done.
If you ever need anyone looked up in Washington state, NW corner. Let me know. :)
|TomDuse||RE: Daniel Murphy|
Thanks for the location info! I'll make a note of it and see what I can find for you next time I'm out there. And I'll be glad to take pics of any Murphys in that area. If you have the full info on who's in the plot, it would be helpful in case one or more of the stones are missing (which is fairly common in the older sections of that cem). Also, when you have a moment, if you enter the location info on Daniel's memorial page, it'll automatically be added to the photo request. That way the info will be available to all photo volunteers. Holy Cross is a little over an hour by subway for me, so I may not be able to plan a trip for several weeks.
Added by TomDuse on Apr 29, 2009 9:54 AM
|TomDuse||Daniel Murphy photo request|
If you'd be willing to call Holy Cross Cemetery (718-284-4520) and get the gravesite location, I'd be happy to try to find the location and take the picture for you. They're very nice and cooperative in the office, but I've fulfilled several requests recently and they're starting to wonder how I can be related to so many people! Family privacy issues come into play once you become a "regular" out there, which is how it should be I guess. Thanks!
Added by TomDuse on Apr 28, 2009 1:47 PM