|Chris Gullett (#47310181)|
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|I am relatively new, but now obsessed with genealogy! My family's roots are buried deep in Massachusetts, beginning with William Brewster (Mayflower) and the Humphrey Turner line (from Kent). These families came together in New Salem, Massachusetts, where I am now related to many of the original settlers.|
Surnames in my New England family: Andrews, Turner, Giles, Bliss, Belden, Warriner, Foster, Loomis, Smith, Dickinson with some connection to Herrick, Goodnow, Tupper.
I live in Orange Co., California. Feel free to contact with questions or information!
Charlotte Warriner's ance...
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|KsCityKim||RE: J Pearl German|
I see the other memorial. These two cemeteries are adjacent each other. The contributor has several memorials in Mt Hope that are actually in Quindaro. I will go out and find the stone & determine which cemetery they are marked in. I will also see if I can confirm burial. Kim
|KsCityKim||RE: J Pearl German|
Chris - I believe this was from a stone found although I normally would have added the photo or she shares a stone with another (although she's the only German in the cemetery). We are working on the cemetery and I have not yet confirmed burial, but is still on my long 'to do' list. Since this is an older cemetery and not many actual records, I went ahead & put the memorial up so as not to 'lose' it. What other record did you find? Perhaps I can dig a bit & find our answer. Kim
|Lisa Dickson||Stewart & German Families|
Please link to Mabel German's parents, Daniel & Christine Stewart (122914369 & 122914602). I would be happy to transfer those memorials to you too.
|Daryl Smith||RE: Geman family|
Chris, thanks so much for your note about E Betsy Brown. No, we have not exchanged information previously but I am happy to do so. I have done as much research on my German line as I can with what is on internet, I think. I have attempted to link as much as possible on Find a Grave. My data is a bit inaccessible at the moment as I'm trying to break in a new computer...it is trying to break me in and it is winning. Happy to share and compare if you wish, Chris. I am in Kitchener, Ont. Where are you?
Hi,Is E.C. Loomis(1864-1944) part of your family tree??? I saw his grave located in Elm Grove Cem.,Windsor,CT.
|William Cole||Dorothy Gullet|
Would you be related to Dorothy Gullet?
If so, we are related through the Kays and McBurneys.
I connected Frank German & Ellen Dodge German. Thanks for the information.
Added by sjs953 on Apr 17, 2012 6:05 PM
|Suellen||RE: Harriet Elizabeth Giles|
Sorry for the confusion. Her picture appeared in the Atlanta Constitution in the same issue as her obituary, but not on the same page. I went ahead and posted the obituary on her memorial for you, and the source is written in the captions (seen when you enlarge the picture and scroll down). Hope it's what you wanted. Those are the best copies I can get.
Added by Suellen on Jan 16, 2012 8:03 PM
You are welcome - it was my pleasure.
Added by Debbie on Jan 03, 2012 7:01 PM
|Steve Newnom||RE: George & Terissa Taylor.|
Hi Chris, You're welcome, I enjoyed the walk and got a little exercise out of it.
There is no office at the cemetery. I did see some graves for folks who died in the 1990's and a few after 2000. While it is very rustic as in no grass or lawns, I did see trash cans that must get emptied by someone.
I couldn't find a phone number, but I found online that the cemetery is maintained by The Cherokee Heritage and Museum Association. I'd try writing them at:
The Cherokee Heritage and Museum Association
1084 Montgomery St
Oroville, CA 95965
I also found a video at Youtube.com "Exploring Oroville Cherokee Cemetery" that will give you a feel for the place.
If there's anything else that I can do for you, feel free to ask.
According to the county records and the Butte historian, they are buried there - but they must be in unmarked grave or their marker may have fallen by now.
Thank you so much for taking a look, and I am sorry that you made the trip, but couldn't find it. Your effort is appreciated!
Do you know if their is a phone number for some authority of that cemetery, or is it abandoned now?
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