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Barb Bonomini (#47161907)
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Randy Watkins
RE: Photo of Henr Pray's headstone
Use any of the photos that I have taken. Thanks
Added by Randy Watkins on Dec 06, 2015 3:23 PM
Isaac and Leah (Arbuckle) Booth

I did brief search of New Cumberland Cemetery recently in hopes of fulfilling you photo request for Isaac. Not successful that time but will try again soon.

I did some research to see if he was possibly at a different local cemetery and have found some other info via that may be of interest, below.

Leah was daughter of Joseph Alexander Arbuckle (b.1754 in Md.d.-Unk) and Sarah Sterrett (b.1764 in Md - d.1834 in Guernsey, OH)

Leah married Isaac Booth on 7 Dec 1824 in Harrison Co, OH.

Isaac Booth was born 25 Dec 1779 in Philadelphia Pa, son of Thomas Booth and unk mother. He died Nov, 1853 in Union, Carroll, OH and buried in New Cumberland Cemetery, Tuscarawas, OH.

Leah was listed as Isaac Booth's wife in 1850 US Census for Union, Carroll, OH.

She was listed in 1860 US Census for Orange, Carroll, OH. Living with daughter Hannah (Booth) Tripp.

Also listed in 1870 US Census for Orange, Carroll, OH. Living with daughter Hannah (Booth) Tripp.

Children of Leah and Isaac:
* Hannah (Booth) Tripp (1827-1892)
* Joseph Booth (1829-1891)
* James Booth (1833-1908)

In addition to children "H", "Jos" and "Jas", the 1850 Census listed other possible children in household:
* A. Booth born in OH in 1821- possibly child of Isaac from prior marriage?
* N Booth born in OH in 1826
* A Booth born in OH in 1843

Hope this helps!


Added by kricker61 on Jul 22, 2015 6:46 PM
Terri & Stan
RE: Arbuckle's in Bethel Cemetery
Just sorry we couldn't find any of the graves you were researching....

Terri & Stan
Added by Terri & Stan on Mar 30, 2014 8:20 AM
Terri & Stan
RE: Arbuckle's in Bethel Cemetery
Barb, we recently finished up in Bethel Presbyterian Cemetery and never did see any markers for any of the Arbuckles you are searching for....there are several unreadable markers, however, so some of them may be the ones that you need. Sorry we couldn't be of more help!

Terri & Stan
Added by Terri & Stan on May 23, 2013 7:32 AM
Terri & Stan
Arbuckle graves in Bethel Presbyterian
Barb, my husband and I walked this cemetery last evening and were unable to find any markers for your family members (Matilda & Alexander). There are several markers that are unreadable, however, so theirs may be one of those. A lady named Teresa Fordyce walked and transcribed this cemetery in 2003, and she listed a marker for Matilda - Arbuckle, Matilda, d. Sep 31, 1851, aged 59y 8m 5d, w/o Alex Arbuckle - so there must have been one for her, at least at that time. We are planning to go back for more photos, so we will continue to look for yours.
Added by Terri & Stan on Apr 13, 2013 6:10 AM
Jane Morpeth
RE: Glenwood Cemetery John and Isabella Moore

So nice to be able to give you pleasure. John and Isabella are my third great grandparents.

Added by Jane Morpeth on Dec 19, 2011 12:06 PM

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