|Barbara Nathman (#47337376)|
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|Tom Todd||RE: David Mouser|
You are most welcome.
Added by Tom Todd on Dec 29, 2012 3:52 PM
|diana greb||Cephus Mouser 83602074|
Hi--did you want a picture sent directly to you, rather than the one I put on his memorial? Thanks, Diana
|sam sproles||RE: ElizabethMouser/James Galloway|
Barbara, thank you for asking and yes you may use the information you requested in your book.
|Tom Todd||RE: David Mouser|
I would love to send you one, unfortunately
I no lomger have the original. You have my permission to copy the one on Find a Grave. Wish I could help.
Added by Tom Todd on May 01, 2012 7:02 PM
We have a similar situation with the Nations/East Family. Levi Nations married Elvira East and Francis Nations married Joseph East. After their first spouses died Francis Nations East and John Mouser married.
I do not know who owns the property where the Hall Cemetery is located. I will check on that.
I have not been there because of the information that is was so overgrown. I fear that many of the tombstones have been lost to age or damaged by falling timber.
You can send family information to my email address if you wish.
By the way Larry Burford is a friend of mine and I was there when he took the photo of Willis' monument.
Sure you can use my photo. No Problem.
Children of Nathaniel and Elizabeth Nations
Levi Nathaniel Nations 1812 - 1879
Willis C Nations 1814 - 1870
William A Nations 1817 - 1863
Anna Nations Mouser 1818 - 1886
Francis Nations East/Mouser 1819 - 1917
Phebe H. Nations Clawson 1823 - 1880
Athaniar Nations Crabb 1826 - 1904
Jemima Ellen Nations Fairchild 1830 - 1914
Jesse B Nations 1832 - 1892
Daniel J Nations 1835 - 1863
|Robert Whitehead||Willis C Nations|
A photo of Willis C Nations marker is posted on his memorial. Willis was the brother of my g g grandfather Levi N Nations. I noticed you are interested in the Hall Cemetery as well.
|Mr & Mrs||RE: Hall Cemetery|
Sorry I am so long in responding. My internet has been out for a week, just up today.
Yes, I live close by, and would be glad to meet with you when you make the trip.
Added by Mr & Mrs on Feb 17, 2012 2:50 PM
|Mr & Mrs||Hall Cemetery|
The Hall cemetery is very, very grown up, you can hardly stand up straight in most areas. So I am not sure if there are markers or not, The ones showing had to be dug out from under much brush, all the markers there and buried under piles of brush, leaves, etc. I Hope to go back sometime, and see if I can find any markers that are not showing, but will have to be when someone young can go and crawl under a lot of that mess.
Good luck with your research.
Added by Mr & Mrs on Feb 07, 2012 10:03 AM
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