|Andrew V. Sorrell (#47251326)|
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Church Trustee for Seay's Chapel UMC Shores, Virginia.|
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|delbert falsken||RE: re: Anna C. Johnston (#134152791)|
Received your information. I entered the memorial from the Steele Cemetery Volume 6 in Richardson County. I also looked at the 1880 Federal Census and found the family, David G. 64, Anna 43, William 19, Kate 16, Daniel 10, Charles 5, Ira 1, , but no Ambrose Elliott Johnston or Adolphus James Johnston. Were these children born by David's 1st wife, as Anna would not be old enough. I am confused as they are listed as children. My wife and I are from Richardson County and go back every year and hope to get by cemetery and find their graves and take photo. Delbert Falsken
|Ed Townsend||RE: John Nelson Ragsdale|
His daughter and family are buried next to John and Polly. I posted them.
|Mike B.||RE: The Newtons In Oakwood|
Your welcome. There's also a story for John. He was buried in another location Stranger section in the cemetery. He also had a infant daughter who was also buried with him. Her name was Mary F. Newton. His wife had them removed from the stranger section to the locaton they are now in March 3, 1903. Mary is buried on top of John. There is another infant buried there it's name is only given as Winston who died Dec. 15 or 16, 1919.
Added by Mike B. on Dec 20, 2011 6:44 PM
|LoriHarbaughDavis||RE: Samuel and Ethel McNaught|
You are very welcome! Glad we could share their gravestone with you.
|sara noble||RE: Adolph Johnston|
the share a headstone. so the picture shows them both.
|sara noble||about your request|
i found a adolph johnston at mount mora. the date of birth is 8-27-1848 and the death date is 1-22-1926. could this be the adolphus johnston that you requested a photo of? he is buried with a Jennie Johnston. if so please let me know and i will post the picture for you.
|Chelle Shonk||RE: Jennie Murphy|
|Fran Bundy||Eleanor C Killey|
Andrew, I did not know that the picture of her tombstone had been taken. Thank you so much! She was my brother-in-law's ancestor. I read that her son, Philip, found where his mother was buried after a tragic death on a packet boat shortly after arriving to the US with two small boys. Philip moved her to this cemetery 50 years after her death. Thanks again. Fran
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