|BARRYDJR||Sherman J Hadley|
I am a member of the Albion Masonic Lodge in Albion, Indiana and I am trying to track down information on Sherman J Hadley Birth abt 1837 in Ohio, Death 1902 in Nebraska. He was very important to the history of my Lodge and I would like to find out the rest of his life story and also eventually find a photograph of him to hang on our memorial wall. I requested a photo of his gravesite in Nebraska, but when the volunteer tried to find it, he could not find a marker. Do you have any information by any chance? Thanks again for your time.
Added by BARRYDJR on Dec 26, 2013 8:06 AM
|TJG||RE: Truex grave picture|
No problem. Luckily, the snow was gone allowing me to take the photo. That's not the case today!
Added by TJG on Jan 02, 2011 10:18 AM
|Jerry Saylor||Mary Van Norman|
You list Mary Van Norman as the wife of Smith Hadley, who is buried in Bellville Cemetary in Richland Co, OH. Do you havesources for this info? She is listed a Polly in Smith Hadley's will, but I know that Polly was sometimes a nick name for Mary. Also do you have a date for their marriage?
|Graveyard Stomper||RE: Chloe Hadley Bell|
It was my pleasure! Your very welcome.
|Larry Bloom||RE: Smith Hadley II|
Carl, I don't recall seeing any other Hadley's in the cemetery. Definitely none next to Smith. This is a Military stone. I can't really read anything on it for sure. Usually it is what outfit they were in. I will send you the originals to your email address they have more detail than Find a Grave allows. Maybe you can enhance to read.
|J R N||RE: Hadleys|
You are very welcome.
I have been slowly adding photos of 3 of the cemeteries in Noble County to help preserve them. I have been going by each row. If there are stones for the other Hadleys in rows I have not yet photographed yet, I will place them for you.
Added by J R N on Nov 28, 2009 7:04 PM
|Mrs Ward||Charles Weaver|
I found him!! Thank you *so much* for telling me that he has an urn marker like Donald. I went to look at Donald's grave again and then immediately went to your dad's. I had thought the pot next to your dad's marker was a decorative flower pot--many of the gravestones have them. I would never have thought to look at the side if you hadn't told me what to look for. Your Uncle Charles is now linked with his dad and brothers.
Added by Mrs Ward on Oct 28, 2009 7:40 PM