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Sheila Robbins (#47246766)
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aeonspast
RE: John Philip Garman
I apologize for not replying as had been entering material and hadn't thought of checking my own site. Yes, you may, I just sent off for AncestryDNA to hopefully find cousins on some of my brick wall lines on my mother's side. I knew from the Brandau 1635-1910 book that a brother had emigrated to Canada, and the family tradition said a brother emigrated somewhere in U.S. they thought but contact had been lost. I have quite a lot organized on his descendants and am looking for pictures of he and his wife. I also have memoirs dictated by Charles S. Garman a son. I am willing to share. I actually hadn't done too much on Find-a-Grave til a few months ago as had had to move last spring and other pressing issues, but with the new method of posting corrections have been adding siblings' graves to families etc.
I have most of his ancestry as well, I had a genealogist in the Odenwald do it in the 1980s, and carefully added material from churchbook transcripts, carefully from Rootsweb WorldConnect and other information. I can be reached at aeonspast@yahoo.com. Thanks, again Richard Brenneman.
Added by aeonspast on Mar 24, 2015 5:18 PM
dlrb
Angeline Hamner 60065123
Sheila, please give me your sources as I also maintain the cemetery's database and I want it as accurate as possible.
Thank you.
Dorothy Brandner, Eugene Pioneer Cemetery Assoc.
Added by dlrb on Mar 14, 2015 8:16 PM
Kathy Robinson
RE: Jane Collins100828001
Transfer done! I look forward to reading more about her....Kathy
Added by Kathy Robinson on Mar 14, 2015 7:17 AM
Peggy
RE: Tinnie Bird Duvall in Harper Cemetery
Does this cousin happen to be Melissa? If so she has already contacted me. I am not related, but am a member of the Harper County Genealogical Society, even though I recently moved out of state. I have shared some info with her already, and am keeping my eyes open for more. If you are not talking about Melissa and want me to send you what I have found, just let me know.

Peggy
babylove1919@gmail.com
Added by Peggy on Jan 04, 2015 7:16 PM
Judy Young
RE: Owen Nelson Duvall
I will transfer this time, but please when you want a transfer do so from the edit button on the memorials..I had to look this one up by Begin New Search as I work in a lot of the cemeteries in Greene Cty. MO. on findagrave.
Added by Judy Young on Nov 15, 2014 9:11 AM
randal nichoalds
Ethel Minerva Porter Bernhardt
Thank you so much.

Randal
Added by randal nichoalds on Apr 10, 2014 10:48 PM
randal nichoalds
Ethel Minerva Porter Bernhardt
Could you please transfer to gravedigger as she keeps messaging me saying I have her mother held hostage. 46817467.



Thank you I can not leave a message for her. I am going to report her if this keep up.


Randal
Added by randal nichoalds on Apr 09, 2014 9:15 AM
randal nichoalds
Becker, Smith and Gray
Added by randal nichoalds on Oct 18, 2013 6:58 PM
Keith Hunt
RE: Patrick J. Buckley
Hi Sheila, just one comment, at that time, it was merely "St Mary's" church. It didn't become St Mary's Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption until many years later. "St Mary's" has had three different structures in three different locations in Covington. It was considered "the Irish church." Irish lived all around it. Catholic churches were somewhat self-segregated during that period in Covington and to some extent... still are!

Here are a couple of pictures of St Mary's after 1853 (the second structure). Not sure when the second one was built:

http://mediasvc.ancestry.com/image/856a313c-9711-4084-a16d-220249d306ab.jpg?Client=Trees&NamespaceID=1093

http://mediasvc.ancestry.com/image/23fc91a3-fbd4-4c49-b2f6-751a0ecfcdab.jpg?Client=Trees&NamespaceID=1093

More detail:

There have been three "St. Mary's" Catholic Churches in Covington, Kentucky. The first was dedicated in 1834 by Bishop Purcell of the Diocese of Cincinnati as the first Catholic church in Covington, Kentucky. By 1851, because of a rapidly growing Covington population, St. Mary Church became insufficient to accommodate the needs of the parish. That year, the congregation purchased a lot on the north side of Eighth Street between Greenup Street and Scott Boulevard for the site of a new church. This is a picture of the second St Mary's Church, located on the north side of Eighth Street, between Scott and Greenup Streets and built after 1853. This church was replaced by St Mary's Basillica of the Assumption, built beginning in 1894 and was mostly completed by 1915, but still considered unfinished. The Cathedral Basillica was dedicated for use by Bishop Maes on 27 Jan 1901. Refer to the Cathedral's website for more information: http://www.covcathedral.com/
Added by Keith Hunt on Sep 02, 2013 7:53 PM
Greene-Shemwell
RE: Jeremiah Greene, Sr.
Sheila,
I am perfectly fine with that. Thank you for asking me. My information is for anyone to see and know.
Brian
Added by Greene-Shemwell on Jul 09, 2013 11:25 PM
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