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According to cemetery records Frances does not have a marker. I did however find the stated plot and have taken a photo of the area and uploaded it. Frances was listed in the same plot as the Hubbell's. Hope this helps.
Added by Linda on Mar 30, 2013 2:54 PM
Sorry these pictures are not better. Stones are covered with mold. I could clearly see the name James but not sure it will show up in the photo. Did not think it was my place to try to clean stone. Besides it was too cold! :)
Added by skydancr on Mar 01, 2013 5:49 PM
|Mike Ohio||RE: Mother load|
You are most welcome. I'm delighted I could be of assistance. I think there are a few more Blairs in Birmingham. Next time I am there, I will try and get them too.
|Mike Ohio||Blairs in Birmingham Cemetery|
In fulfillment of your requests, I have uploaded photos for the following:
Calvin, Frances, John, and Ann.
Some of them were difficult to read due to weathering. I cleaned them with a brush as best I could.
I also uploaded photos for the following Blairs:
Delila, John (d. 1880), Eliza, Albert, Emma, and Charles. I though these may be of interest to you as well.
|Brad Whitney||RE: Walden Stafford|
I'm afraid I didn't find anything. Perhaps he was buried without a headstone or was buried where he died in ND.
|Kathy Salazar||RE: Thanks|
|Brad Whitney||Walden Stafford|
I'll be in Briggsville in a few weeks and will look for Walden's headstone. He's my 3rd great grand uncle.
|Lorraine Meister Turk||Rebecca Huffman|
I have birth date information for Rebecca Huffman
Memorial # 91833564 - born 9 Dec 1816 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania. Married to George Darr
4 Sept 1836. Will check and see if there are any of the children buried in same cemetery and will let you know.
|Pamela Schisel||RE: Thanks|
You are welcome. I especially enjoy going out and taking photos in the small country cemeteries. As for my photo, it is from our church directory from twenty-five years ago. I figure since we are interested in history on this website, I would use a historic picture.
|lonnie dixon||Briggsville, WI|
Hey Stephen, Just a note to let you know that Walden is taking me a moment longer to find as he does not seem to be near Caroline or Daniel. So I will continue in the next day or 2. I don't know who maintances the property but I was surprised to see so many fallen branches on the grounds and sadly had done damage to some headstones. So I will see if I can talk to someone and see why it has not been cleaned up and fixed. It is quite a nice cemetery but has alot of elbow grease in it's near future. The Stafford headstone is just fine, but the bush coming up on the left is really going to be moving the Mother stone at some point and on hand it seems nice to see the bush coming up but at the same time that stone is pretty old. If you have any thoughts on anything you think I should do or say to someone I don't mind. Have a great week.
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