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Susan Isaac (#47151718)
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Nesa Smith Clark
RE: Mallisa J Isaacs
Dear Susan,
Please forgive me. I've been going through old messages and can't recall if you received mylast messsage or not. I would prefer to send it to your email address as it is lengthy.Let me rest your mind that she must have been a very gracious and loving person. Of course you know her father was a CivilWar hero dying in Abdersonville Ga. That is the fact given in Fold3.
Malissa's mother remarried Jesse James Smith Sr.
He was a new widower with young children. He raised Abner and Melissa.
I hope to hear from you soon. My surgery date for an eye surgery is coming up in a few weeks so I am trying to get caught up.

Regards,
Nesa Smith Clark
727-267-9072
Nesa.clark91@gmail.com
Added by Nesa Smith Clark on Jun 18, 2016 6:26 PM
Bill Porteous
Hannah Osgoods
I am trying to sort out the Hannah Osgoods in the Old North Andover Burial Ground. The 3 that show up in the 2013 Kimberly Whitworth inventory and map are relatively easy to find. Two of the other Hannah Osgood records in findagrave seem to be based on vital records rather than markers. For the sixth one, Hannah Belknap Osgood, you have a picture of the grave of a Hannah Osgood (62920231).

A couple of questions.

1. Where in the cemetery is this grave?

2. How do you know it is Hannah Belknap and not Hannah Barker, one of his other wives?

Thank you for your help.
Added by Bill Porteous on Apr 10, 2016 1:03 PM
Nesa Smith Clark
RE: Mallisa J Isaacs
Mallisa's family had quite a story. Her father, George Washington Witt was a Civil War soldier. He was captured by the Confederate Army and taken to Raleigh NC POW camp where he died. I have read recently that he died at Andersonville. I need to check into that. Her mother Serena Margaret Williams was related to my grandfather's first wife. Serena went by Margaret according to the 1880 Census. After George died she married Jesse James Smith my ggg grandfather who also fought in the war. He came home to a wife with TB. She died after 1868. When Margaret married Jesse she had two children by George. William Abner and Malissa.
Margaret and Jesse went on to have three more children of their own. She was 17 years younger than he.
At the same time, Elizabeth Harrison Isaacs was raising three children who lost their father, Samuel I Isaacs at the hand of their uncle. James B was the oldest son.
He grew up to marry Mallisa. Elizabeth had a younger sister named Ellender "Nelly" and she had also married a Samuuel Isaacs and had children. He died of Typhoid fever along with his parents and brother in his parents home. After Nelly lost her husband she married Joseph Smith son of Jesse Smith and step son of Margaret Witt. They had a daughter named Lucinda born in 1876. She had my grandfather Merida Smith on 26 Apr 1895.
On July 22, 1908 Lucinda married William Abner Witt son of Margaret Witt Smith and step brother to her father. He was 18 years older than she. Now I have been doing some digging on William Abner and find that he and his first wife Serena "Rena" Elizabeth Ballard lost a ten year old son, Ebb in 1902. He was divorced when he married Lucinda. Ebb's death may have triggered he and Serena's divorce. Their youngest child was born in 1900. I have taken all of my sources from the census and the "Isaacs Family" site on the internet. I have verified the trial proceedings of Samuel I Isaacs. I also have a copy of the judgment giving Elizabeth Isaacs guardianship of her three young children in Jackson Co KY.
I hope this wasn't too much and not too difficult to understand. Thank you so much for the picture. Even though Mallisa wasn't directly related to me, James B was the nephew of my gg grandmother Nelly Smith and from that I can get some idea of a possible family resemblance.
Added by Nesa Smith Clark on Jun 02, 2015 2:11 PM
Nesa Smith Clark
Mallisa J Isaacs
Dear Susan,
I have a great deal of information on this person. She was the step daughter of my third great grandfather, Jesse James Smith.
I am fascinated by the picture and wondered if that is Mallisa and her two children in the picture.
Thank you for including the pictures.
Nesa Smith Clark
Added by Nesa Smith Clark on May 30, 2015 2:42 PM
K. W. Sellew
Serena Puckett Ford, Find A Grave Memorial# 39545252
Death Place
Missouri State Archives
Missouri Death Certificates, 1910 1957

Serenna Ford, March 07, 1916, Warrensburg, Johnson Co., Cert. # 10869

Informant: Maud Ward, Kansas City, Mo

State of Missouri, Death Certificate; Missouri State Board of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics.
http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/, Cert. # 10869, pdf. file.
Added by K. W. Sellew on Jul 25, 2014 8:53 AM
K. W. Sellew
Addie M. Ford
Name information
Missouri State Archives
Missouri Death Certificates, 1910 1958

Addie Marg(a)uret Ford, Date of Death: June 02, 1931, Place: Centerview, Johnson, Co., Cert.# 21928
Residence: Warrensburg, Mo
Female, white, widowed
Husband: S. P. Ford
Age: 61 years 10 months 11 (?17) days
Occupation: Housewife
Birthplace: Knobnoster, Mo
Father: Milton Phillips, Birthplace unknown
Mother: Mary Fisher, Birthplace Missouri
Informant: Mrs. C. B. Wayman, residence Centerview, Mo
Burial Place: Warrensburg, Mo, Date: June 3, 1931
Undertaker: R. Q. Phillips, Warrensburg, Mo
Added by K. W. Sellew on Jul 25, 2014 8:06 AM
John Glassford
Old Burying Ground, No. Andover, Mass.
Hi Susan,

I noticed you did a lot of photography and work here at the old burying ground and I wanted to let you know I am doing another graveyard tour here at this burying ground in October for the Historical Society and you are welcome to come.

Oct. 5th: Sat., 12:00 noon
Old Burying Ground Graveyard Tour
Old Burying Ground on Academy Road [at Court Street intersection].
Please come 5-10 minutes early.

Hope to see you there.

John G.
Added by John Glassford on Sep 25, 2013 8:10 PM
Sally Finney Timm
DOD Patience Churchill Finney
Hi. I was cruising through Finney records and noticed the year of death for this individual. I suspect it should read 1843, not 1943.

(Otherwise, I hope I'm related to her because I really want those longevity genes!)
Added by Sally Finney Timm on Jun 05, 2013 11:19 AM
Marty Stewart
Nancy Jane Shaw Brown
Hi Susan ! Nancy Jane Shaw Brown was my GGrandmother. Her daughter Sylvia May Fralick Stewart was my Grandmother.

Marti
Added by Marty Stewart on Mar 10, 2012 3:03 PM
K. W. Sellew
Ford, Francis and Serenna
Hi Susan,

Do you want me to transfer my memorials that I had created to you? So that we do not have a duplication, that will also get Elizabeth my GGgrandmother added to the family, I think, anyway we can figure it out. I am sure Find A Grave would appreciate this.
I see that a cousin has put a pic. of Francis on both memorials. I will email you to get your hubands family info since it seems we are cousins and give you ours.

Thanks
Katrina
Added by K. W. Sellew on Jan 14, 2012 8:26 AM
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