|Larry Gardner||Edna Cox Conder|
Alan, I added Cassell and Edna's graves which are in the Clear Creek Cem. I looked all around for a possible grave for Mildred Conder and saw nothing.
Edna's # is 131756289
|Patricia Lee Sanders||RE: Thanks for the David Miller Photo|
You're welcome. Sure, go ahead and use it. If you cannot download it from here. Send me an email address at PatriciaS1539@gmail.com and I will send you a copy.
|Kathy Phelan||RE: William Tate|
Thanks for the info on William Tate. Do you have the actual death dates for both William and Malleville?
William sure had an interesting life. Do I assume Malleville is Mahalia? Why the difference in spelling?
I believe both have an obit which I will have to get.
|Kathy Phelan||William Tate|
I read the bio on William Tate with interest. Malleville was "Kate" Butcher Tate Wright. I don't know how long her marriage to William Tate lasted, but she married Jefferson Monroe Wright in 1922.
The Butchers were related to the Morgans and Lydia Morgan Corman Eller was my great great grandmother.
What this has to do with anything is immaterial but is fascinating to lovers of family history.
|ColoradoConnie||RE: J. F. Cracraft|
You have my permission to use my photo. Glad that I could be of help with your family member.
|Leona R. (Lodge) Duncan||RE: Email|
Could you please resend Mary Lodge's stone picture from Ebeneezer Baptist Church there in Loundon County, VA - our computer is up and running again!
Thank so very much for ALL your help!
Leona R. (Lodge) Duncan
|Kathy Phelan||RE: William H. Tate|
Don't I wish. It was on the Morman site. I question the name as names are so often not spelled correctly.
I'm beginning to think anyone born and raised in Monroe County is related in some fashion. I have found this true in my search of the McCoy line.
|Kathy Phelan||William H. Tate|
I'm curious about wife #2. I have a Malleville Wright who married William H. Tate (9/21/1860) on 7/5/1922.
The curious part is Malleville. I have her a widow at the time of her marriage to William and her parents are listed as Paris & Nancy Morgan Butcher.
The Morgan line is mine. My great great grandmother was Lydia Jane Morgan Corman Eller. Can't imagine where anyone got "Malleville". I'm beginning to believe few people could spell back then so the name may be just about anything.
The name "Tate" does sound familiar. Lydia's daughter, Nannie Lou Corman was my great grandmother and she married Frank Holler.
These events all took place in Monroe Co. and I believe everyone in Monroe Co. must be related in some degree!!
|Leona R. (Lodge) Duncan||RE: Email|
So sorry about not being able to send me the picture of Mary's stone, please try sending it out to me again after the 15th of this month. Our tabletop computer is down until then. So So Sorry.
|Leona R. (Lodge) Duncan||RE: Joseph Lodge Picture|
You are right on Mary's Family name, she was the daughter of William & Letitia (Russell) Blakely. (this information comes from William Fetters Lodge Book). From this book William lived in Loudoun Co., VA., but has no information as to where he's buried. He married Christena Purcell and when married they lived on the North Fork of Beaverdam Creek at the western base of Round Hill two miles east of the village of Snickersville. The book has as his death date: 6th June 1827 at age 73 yrs. He had also bought land in Columbiana County, Ohio during his lifetime near his brother Abel. States at that time he did not move to Ohio.
Yes, Alan I would love to have the picture of Mary's stone, even though not too readable. Her parent's stone would be greatly appreciated, as well.
Thank you so much for all that you do for find a grave and for those searching for ancestors!!
Bless you and have a great weekend coming up!
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