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Joined March 2010: Priceless discoveries to be found on Find A Grave. My hope is to bring some Aha moments to others, by contributing here. Truly appreciate all the volunteers who have spent so much time recording this information!
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|Roland R. Wilkinson||Martha Wilkinson|
After checking things out more closely Allen and Mary's daughters name was Ann Jane Wilkinson and married Thomas Baker and is buried in Sedgwick Co. Kansas. I do know that her brother Thomas Allen Wilkinson and her father Allen Wilkinson are both buried in Ohio Cem. in Rio, Columbia Co. Wisconsin, and had but lost a photo of Thomas's tombstone that was in pieces but was able to read enough of the pieces to know that that was who it was. Thank you for trying though. I guess is what I need to do is somehow find out how to contact someone who has the burial records for the cemetery, if any still exist and see what fruit that may bear.
Roland R. Wilkinson #46926691
|John C. Engel||Wedewart family|
Thank you so much for the transfers!
|Nancy Weise||RE: Lamphere vs Lamphare|
Thank you very much for bringing them to my attention and for the transfers.
|Bill Hart||RE: Hope Cemetery, Chippewa Falls|
My photo partner has the other half of your requests and I'd guess he'd load them tomorrow.
|Barb Voss||RE: Batty and DePuy|
Thank you I got the links together now. I added a couple more Batty's that were not listed in the transcribing but should be there by all my research. There was another son of Thomas and Martha's and another wife of Thomas before he married Martha. I also link her to her parents. When I find Martha's parents then I will link her also. But thanks again! This family is a GrgrUncles in law and family. The Luther Hoyt Peck was a half brother to my grgrandmother. If you follow the links for his parents and go to his third wife Isabella then to Etta, to Nellie then to Ruth you will find my family.
|Nancy Weise||Lamphere vs Lamphare|
This has to be her parents by the birth dates but her dad was George. Very curious. They were both born in N.Y. I'll see if I can find a James in earlier census.
|Barb Voss||Luther Hoyt Peck|
I like what you did with the picture of their head stone. By all means leave it on the memorial. Now the Thomas Batty 26 June 1892 to 7 Nov 1921 is the son of Martha Ann Parker and Thomas Batty. If you are doing Rio cemetery I believe that Martha is buried there next to her second husband Charles William Depuy. If you find them and add them let me know because I can link their son and Thomas half brother to them too.
|Nancy Weise||Lamphere vs Lamphare|
Let me do some checking. I'm showing her dad as George 1810 N.Y. And mother Eunice Vradenburg. What you found makes very good sense.
I may need some time to check it out but I would appreciate a transfer, anyway. My number 46983684
Thank you and I'll try to remember to let you know.
|D's Mom||Re Byron Folsom|
I don't think this is a direct connection to the Folsom's in Lodi. One of the early settlers in Ostego township was Frank Folsom. He and his wife Emira arrived there in 1845-1846. In the 1850 census they list a daughter 7 and a newborn. I think that Byron was probably their son and died before 1850. I'm not researching this family so no need to transfer.
Added by D's Mom on May 07, 2013 2:14 PM
|L Evans||RE: Woodlawn Cemetery|
Hi Mary: Lois Walters Here!...... could not find the 2 other Gove's that you requested photos for. They are not on Woodlawn's cemetery list either.
Added by L Evans on May 05, 2013 8:43 PM
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