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|Mark Morrow||✿•*¨`*•. THANK YOU .•*¨`*•✿|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Frances E Baird-Garnett's Memorial Page. I appreciate your help, and the nice photos you took of her & her husband's joint headstone.
Thank you for being available to help others with photographs of headstones in the San Antonio area.
|Mark Morrow||✿ THANK YOU ✿|
Thank You YJL for transfering Gerard Banks Garnett's Memorial page. I appreciate your help.
|Bill Entsminger||RE: Johnann Heeinrich Emtsminger|
Hey Yvonne, I'm a descendant of his brother David. David stayed in the Rockbridge County (VA) area. I also visited Bethel cemetery that day where there are some descendants of Pvt. John E Entsminger
(another son of JL) who fought in the revolution and in the war of 1812. My wife's family is from Gallia county so I get down there a lot. There are also more Entsmingers in Mound Hill cemetery also descendants of Pvt John E.
There are a ton of unmarked headstones at Maddy cemetery but it is in good shape as there are recent burials there. I was hoping to find those Entsminger's at Maddy and may go back in the fall when I can spend a few hours (2 of us searched for 45 minutes).
Please keep in touch...where are you at in the world??
|Vanessa Frye||RE: Iroquois|
Yes, they fought at the Coulée Grou in Pointe-Aux-Trembles.
|Vanessa Frye||RE: Payet|
Saint-Enfant-Jésus de Pointe-Aux-Trembles was the only cemetery in 1719 but it was probably in the second cemetery.
By the way, if Pierre is your ancestor, mine and yours fought against the Iroquois on July 2nd, 1690. My ancestor was killed, though. :)
|Vanessa Frye||RE: Pierre Payet|
I couldn't find any of them in the cemetery. In fact, Saint-Enfant-Jésus cemetery is the fourth cemetery we had in Pointe-Aux-Trembles. The second and third cemeteries burnt down in 1837 and 1912.
|Theresa Ely||RE: Elinor Cooke|
You are very welcome, Many of the older stones in this cemetery were small and they are no longer in place or can not be read.
Sorry, I always have the complete list with me when I am in each cemetery, just in case.
Your welcome! Although very weathered, George Reckart's stone is next to his wife Anne's. I had to move my fingers through the ridges to decipher the stone which did belong to George L. Reckart.
|Jean Auteberry||RE: Michael Hites|
sarah p. and you are welcome.
|trish castle||ESTHER ENTSMINGER|
THANKS FOR TAKING THE PHOTO OF ESTHER ENTSMINGER'S GRAVESTONE
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