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boundersal (#47278207)
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Bio Photo I love this site and really appreciate all of the volunteer's hard work.
I've been doing genealogy for about 20 years and it's wonderful to be able to find so many loved ones near and far through all of the wonderful work that all of the volunteers do.
Please don't hesitate to let me know if you find any errors in my work or have anything to add.

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Dusty Poss
Marker for Vance & Mayme Reynolds
Dear Boundersal,

The Mission City Memorial Park Cemetery reported to you (or to MathTeacherGuy) that there was no marker for Vance & Mayme Reynolds (Memorials #45403644 and 45403653). Fortunately that is not true. I came across it yesterday, mostly obscured by sand. I may take a better photo of it soon. When I return, I will bring a wisk broom.

Warm regards,
Dusty Poss
Added by Dusty Poss on Sep 14, 2014 12:12 PM
Connie Saculla
Ruby McCarthy
Thank-you for a bio on Ruby !
Connie Saculla
Added by Connie Saculla on Aug 16, 2014 12:33 PM
Carl Bennett
Jessie Shelton
Thank you for filling my photo request!
Best wishes,
Carl Bennett
Added by Carl Bennett on Jul 04, 2014 10:09 AM
RE: Mary Ann White Scudder, Bellafontaine Cemetery
It's not a big deal, but as I was researching her husband because the family built one of the biggest Colonial Revival "cottages" in Oconomowoc, WI in 1895 - I learned that she passed away in Oconomowoc, WI on June 13, 1900 -- right after they came to Oconomowoc for the summer.
Added by RAS on Jun 12, 2014 7:10 AM
RE: Michael Smith
Thank you. I'm sorry his tombstone is missing. I wonder if something happened to his tombstone before they kept record of those sort of things. The cemetery is in a rougher part of town and I sadly saw many tombstones that were damaged. Sorry for all the confusion, he's in the Fairfield-Suisun cemetery and I just wanted you to have the correct phone numbers for both just incase you had questions. If you have any other questions- let me know. I will continue to take pictures of those cemeteries. If I happen to find his grave. I'll let you know.
Added by Esther on May 30, 2014 2:18 AM
RE: Chas &'Margaret Page
You are very welcome.
Celebrate Volunteerism!!!
Added by BobBoston on May 21, 2014 10:01 AM
Kathryn Johnson Joly
RE: Richard Kendrick & Esther McIntosh

Glad to know that you found the info helpful.

With regard to Hester vs. Esther, it has been my experience that the two were used interchangeably back in the 1800s in Dundas County. As you know, spelling wasn't the greatest and names were recorded as they sounded. As for the McIntosh family, Esther is a very common name and there were always several women in each generation with the name. In fact, I still have a cousin named Esther McIntosh. I have only seen it spelled that way in family bibles, etc., but it may have been recorded differently when she left this area for another where it was more commonly spelled "Hester". I believe that "Esther" is the biblical spelling as well.

Hope this sheds a bit of light on your question.

All the best,
Added by Kathryn Johnson Joly on May 10, 2014 6:49 AM
Kathryn Johnson Joly
Richard Kendrick & Esther McIntosh

If you are interested in knowing more about Esther McIntosh's ancestors, I have that information.

She was born on November 8, 1855 in Williamsburg Township, Dundas County, Ontario to Joseph Flagg McIntosh (b. March 8, 1807 in Albany, NY; d. October 24, 1880 in Winchester Township, Dundas County, ON) and Laney (short for Magdalena) Dianna Casselman (b. About 1809 in Winchester Township, Dundas County, ON; d. July 29, 1895 in Dundas County). They were married about 1828 in Williamsburg Township.

Joseph Flagg McIntosh had a twin brother, William R. McIntosh, who is my 3X great-grandfather.

Esther's paternal grandparents were:
Peter Ira McIntosh (b. September 20, 1781 in Inverness, Scotland; d. February 15, 1867 in Williamsburg Township, Dundas County) and Maria Lagrange (b. August 7, 1778 in Albany, NY; d. August 12, 1857 in Williamsburg Township, Dundas County, ON). They were married May 3, 1806 in Albany County, NY.

Esther's maternal grandparents were:
William Adam Casselman (b. ~1788 in the US; d. unknown) and Annatje (Nancy) Ouderkirk (b. August 1, 1793 in Schenectady, NY; d. December 4, 1886 in Dundas County.)

The Find a Grave ID #s follow if you want to make the linkages.

Joseph Flagg McIntosh - 115099853
Peter Ira McIntosh - 101519515

Hope this helps. Kathryn
Added by Kathryn Johnson Joly on May 09, 2014 12:02 PM
Jeffrey Gardner
RE: Lydia M. Mylar Martin
Your most welcome. Lydia's father is my 3rd great-grandfather. I just posted his memorial today and I'm connecting his children.
Added by Jeffrey Gardner on May 03, 2014 9:55 PM
Paula Thompson
RE: Julie Ann Cook picture
Julie Ann is in the same row but approximately 3 spaces to the left.
Added by Paula Thompson on May 03, 2014 10:15 AM
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