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Dacanta (#47158985)
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Bio Photo I'm researching the Rev David Rice line in VA, KY and TN; and the Philip Walker line in MA-RI-CT-NY-WI. If you have, or need, information about these families, please contact me.

I'm a cantor, organist and conductor, and I enjoy photographing old gravestones.

Find-a-Grave offers an opportunity to share information on an unprecedented scale. Much like Google's project to digitize every book ever published, this site aspires to document the lives of everyone who has gone before us! How cool would THAT be?

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Edward Rowlance
RE: wm mclaughlin
Thanks. Too bad I couldn't find it but there are a lot of stones in that cemetery that have been lost over time. I found several that were partially or completely buried but many more are still lost.

Added by Edward Rowlance on Oct 20, 2014 7:13 AM
Edward Rowlance
RE: mclaughlin girls
You're welcome!
Added by Edward Rowlance on Oct 09, 2014 11:31 AM
Edward Rowlance
RE: mclaughlin girls
Joann, I don't know if you saw my message from yesterday but I went to the site of the McLaughlin infant girls gravestone last night to see if I missed anything.

The stone for the infant girls is larger than most infants, perhaps twice as large as I typically see. And their stone is 10 steps away from the stone for Charles McLaughlin. But I wasn't able to find anything on the other faces or sides of the stone for the girls and no other graves nearby that might be William's. Sorry.

Added by Edward Rowlance on Oct 09, 2014 7:25 AM
Edward Rowlance
RE: mclaughlin girls

I could make a trip to the cemetery to look over the girl's stone again. Perhaps one of the other faces on the obelisk has information that I missed.

I did notice that Charles McLaughlin is two rows over from the girls in the same section and you haven't linked him to anyone. I did a search on and there is a David Boling on there (DavidBoling102) that has an extensive McLaughlin family tree. He identified Charles as William's son. There are several family pictures in David's family tree as well.

The census records confirm that Charles is William's son and considering that the two girls are two rows away from Charles, I think it's a reasonable assumption that they are also William's daughters. Also, the girls were born between William's oldest and youngest children also indicating that they might've been his children.

If you are interested in contacting David and don't have an subscription, let me know and I might be able to get his Email address.

I'll revisit the location of Charles' stone soon and will look for something I missed.

Added by Edward Rowlance on Oct 08, 2014 11:06 AM
Edward Rowlance
RE: mclaughlin girls

I am in the final stages of photographing every stone in this cemetery so if that McLaughlin brother has a stone there, I'm likely to find it.

Added by Edward Rowlance on Oct 08, 2014 9:08 AM
Edward Rowlance
RE: edward mclaughlin
FYI, I just discovered two additional McLaughlin's at Canal Fulton cemetery, Mary A and Rhoda A, both children of James and Elizabeth.

Ed Rowlance
Added by Edward Rowlance on Oct 07, 2014 2:07 PM
Edward Rowlance
RE: edward mclaughlin
You're quite welcome.

Ed Rowlance
Added by Edward Rowlance on Oct 07, 2014 8:26 AM
RE: Check your edits please.
Thanks for all you help!
Have a great day!

Added by gkradcliffe on Aug 02, 2014 7:20 AM
George Long
Gorenza Dow Hosey
Lorenzo Dow Hosey, born 1860 Va his wife was Marye E Brooks Curtis b abt 1872 in WV and d March 6 1936 in WV. Lorenzo's father was Jacob Abner Hosey b Feb 1828 in Braxton Co.WV and d
June 16, 1913 in Grantsville, Calhoun Co. WV his mother was Nancy Carpenter b abt 1828 in VA and d aft 1880 in WV. His wife was also married to Frank Hosey, don't know the relationship with Frank to Lorenzo.
Added by George Long on Jul 02, 2014 10:42 AM
RE: margaret thompson
Thank you very much for replying to my message. My mistake, but will keep trying to find identification.

Added by Anonymous on Jun 10, 2014 3:47 PM
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