|Dona (Carr) Mooring (#47131228)|
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Hi there fellow seekers,|
May 2013, Hi all, I'm at home again, learning to walk again after breaking my knee in January. I'm not spending much time doing FAG research at this time, but will try to get all of the past inquiries answered as quickly as possible. If I have not updated your memorial information as you requested, please do not hesitate to contact me again.
I'd like to extend to each of you the invitation to use the information that I have placed out on Find a Grave without getting my prior permission to do so. If you would like you can add the link to the memorial so that other fellow seekers can know where you got your information. Plus if a memorial is linked it makes looking for family members easier.
Your Sister in Christ,
Dona (Carr) Mooring
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|Alice||Timothy C. Mooring 1801-1880|
First, I hope you are well and memded.
I would like to know the name of 2nd wife of Timothy C. Mooring. I have a connection with daughter, Prior E. Mooring(1840-1876)--daughter with his 2nd wife? She married Horatio Mitchell Hearne, and had one daughter, Leona Frances Hearne, who married James Ransome McCain.
A funny! My folks were from Mooringsport and I thought it was Morningsport for ages, until my mother explained to me that it was named for the Mooring family.
Added by Alice on May 08, 2013 4:36 PM
|Lorraine Lambert||Willie Bascombe Metcalf|
Dona, Sorry to read about your knee problem. Pray you are feeling and doing okay. Thank you for changing Willie to the correct cemetery.
I am not related. I am willing to transfer if you would be interested in managing the memorial.
|Tricia the Spirit Chaser||Richard Hill|
I am confused. I did not place the link to Martha Mary Rogers Mayfield on Richard Hill's memorial as his wife. There is no reference on her death certificate that she was his wife. Her maiden name is listed as ROGERS on the death cert. last name MAYFIELD. I don't understand where that link came from. Do you know?
|SBenoit||Bertie Mae Bolen|
This grave is actually located in Southland Cemetery. It is situated right next to Southland Memorial Park. Just in case anyone wanted to actually go and find it at a future date.
Added by SBenoit on Apr 23, 2013 10:27 AM
|Bill Cheatham||Frances G. Cheatham Chiles #39849016|
Dona - Just wanted to make sure that you have my request of March 23 shown below. Thank you - Bill Cheatham
Dona - Would you please link Frances Gillie Cheatham Chiles' memorial to the following memorials:
Father - John Edwin Archer Cheatham - #38157464
Mother - Frances Gillie Nunn Cheatham - #107139265
Frances is a distant Cheatham cousin, hence my interest in her memorial. Thank you - Bill Cheatham (Member #47076759)
PS - I hope your knee is doing better.
|Brenda Shaw||Carr Family|
Sent you email but also leaving message..please contact me as I am related to Barbara's mother Doris Tautant Carr and would love to have more information on this family...email email@example.com...many thanks, Brenda
|Wayne Smith||C.M. Wall or C.N. Walls|
I ran across this obit which may not be helpful as there are discrepencies:
Athens Weekly Review
Thursday September 29, 1938
C. N. Walls, 89, Found Dead at Fincastle Home
C. N. Walls, aged citizen of the Fincastle community was found dead at his home a quarter of a mile of Fincastle lake, on Sunday afternoon about 5:30 by Don Palmer, who dropped by to make a neighborly call. Mr. Walls, 89, was lying on the floor and indications were that he had been dead for several hours. Mr. Palmer notified Justice Fred Ayres who held an inquest and pronounced the death due to natural causes.
Funeral services for the deceased were held at 2:00 o'clock Monday afternoon with burial at LaRue. Carroll-Lehr Undertaking Company brought the body here to prepare it for burial.
Mr. Walls had lived in the Fincastle area for many years and had lived alone. He had not been in the best of health for the past year and a half.
Justice Ayres said that the deceased had no known relatives.
|Richard A. L. Ziers||Inquiry into list of unfamiliar names.|
I viewed your contributions to the site for the graveyard at Brookdale Reformed Church in Bloomfield, Essex County, New Jersey and have a comment.
During review of all of the names of those interred at this graveyard I noticed several names that were completely unfamiliar to me.
I have been compiling information on this graveyard since 1985 and have not found some of the names you have submitted anywhere on the gravestones there. These names in question are as follows:
* Garrison, Hassel (1778-1852)
* Intrest, Christopher (1743-1823)
* Jenkins, Ellen Mc Clellan (1796-1846)
* Killam, Layman S. (1771-1821)
* Lawrence, Alexander (1770-1820)
* Lawrence, Horatio N. (1811-1832)
* Messler, Gertrude Broadbent (1800-1851)
* Reybert, Nelson (1842-1862)
* Walden, James (1818-1818)
* Weltmer, Margaret E. (1847-1856)
* White, John B. (1804-1838)
I am aware that over the course of the past 201 years some of the individuals interred here were laid to rest as cremations for which there may never have been a headstone erected. That may explain the presence of some of the above names being included on the list of the 244-or-so names listed for this graveyard. However, perhaps there are other explainations.
Please inform me as to the sources of information that resulted in your submission of these names to this list so that I may consider incorporating them into my own private historical manuscript of the history of this graveyard.
If the above request is more involved in responding to than you may have time for at present, than please drop me an email, letting me know that you have received and reviewed my request so that I may wait for your response at a more opportune time.
Thank you very much for your attention.
email address firstname.lastname@example.org
|Patricia Price Flemming||John Carr|
He is my husband Great Grand Uncle - Brother to Michael Edward Carr, Sr. who is buried in St. Peters Catholic Cemetery, Temple Hill, Iowa - his son Michael E. Jr. is buried in Mt St. Joseph's Cemetery in Anthon, Iowa
My husbands Grand Mother Mary Ann Carr Flemming is also buried in Mt. St. Joseph's in Anthon, Iowa.
How are you connected to them?
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