All transferred in Carlton Cemetery that I maintained.
I got back out to look at the stone of Chloe Rash today. It looks to me that the rest of the stone says:
Jan. 11, 1841
Aged 81 Years
I added this info to the caption of the photo. Hope this helps.
|blackcrepe||George B. Rash|
I went to Montcalm Cemetery website and this stone was read in 1974. From what it says, stone reads,
"GEORGE W.B. SON OF J & FC. DIED NOV 1863. AGE 7 YEARS, 8 MONTHS, 28 DAYS."
|Phil Carpenter||RE: solomon filkins|
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could find it for you.
|Wanda White||RE: Leonard S Dyer and Susan Dyer|
I changed their death dates to birth dates. I found a death certificate on Ancestry for a Leonard Dyer Born March 4,1843 died October 30, 1920 in Bridgeville. Would that be him? Still looking for Susan. If you would like a transfer of the memorials, let me know.
|Glenn Ellis||RE: Robert Rash|
At present I don't have an immediate reference on the birth of Robt. Rash. I came across many reference some listing his birth in Muderkill Hd, Kent Co, MD and others in Wilkes County, NC. Records show variations. I opted for NC, and have forgotten my rational. It appears that these Robert Rashes are the same people, same Rash families. Thank you and also for the interesting record.
|Ken Root Jr.||RE: Susan Catherine Thompson Haywood|
The 1841 date is her birth year, her date of death was never put on the stone...
|Wilfred Agosta||Jane Bull|
My wife's family name was Buell / Bull and they lived in the Lake Orion, Michigan area. Her Great-Great-Grandfather was David Bull. In reviewing the 1871 Census Jane Bull was 5 yrs old living with David Bull in Canada and then in the 1880 Census she was 13 years old living with David Bull in Lapeer, Michigan. If this Jane Bull was 14 days old, is there any connection to the David Bull family? Thank you very much for any information on the Bull family that you might provide.
My pleasure. It's just down the road and I was going there this morning anyway.
No name on the top of the headstone that we could deteremine. There is a headstone next to it but it appears to be face down and too heavy to be lifted. No other stones are close by.
We dug down below grade and it revealed the '14 days' inscription
Added by drbuck on Aug 01, 2011 11:20 AM
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