|Nancy Murdock (#47367153)|
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|I now live in Florida, but lived in Wisconsin for many years. I have many relatives buried in Wisconsin in the following cemeteries: Pioneer Rest, Evergreen, and Old Sumner, all in Barron County. I also have relationship ties to two young children buried in Reedsburg, WI.|
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|Kari||RE: Photo of Albert and Alice Holman gravestone|
Yes you may use the photo. Thank you for asking.
Added by Kari on Jun 27, 2015 8:54 AM
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||RE: photo of Mountain Shadow Cemetery|
Absolutely, and thank you for asking.
|Katherine Morse Arthur||RE: Betsy Fenner and Levi Morse|
Levi and Betsey Fenner Morse are my third great-grandparents and I am descended from their son Andrew Judson Morse. You are welcome to copy Levi and Betsy's picture here on Find a Grave; that is their son Leonard in the picture with them and he was married to Suzannah Murdock. Her brother Stuert married Levi and Betsey's daughter Anna Maria; is that who your husband is descended from?
It was a neat experience to visit Levi and Betsey's grave last summer although a little sad since Betsey's name is not on the headstone. Leonard and Suzannah Murdock Morse are also buried in the same cemetery, not sure if there are any other Murdocks there. By the way, I have lots of Morse pictures on Ancestry.com. My member name there is katherine_morse.
Thanks for your message!
|Jerry Bohnett||Isabell Coleman memorial.|
Thanks for the additional information on Isabell Coleman. Your information has been added.
|Richard Arthur Fenner||Betsey Fenner|
... is a 3rd cousin three times removed. Is your husband's grandfather Johnson Murdock? I have his children and some of his grandchildren in my Family Tree, but not sure where your husband fits in.
|Robin Arvickson||RE: Jonathan Diefenderfer|
It's pictures of graves and whatever genealogical information I can prove for War of 1812 veterans. I print them at work and then have them bound, so they're not "professionally" done. My first book dealt mainly with Erie Co., PA which is where I live and there were 257 veterans in that one. The second book was all over the place - vets buried in 37 different states and Canada. That one had almost 600 veterans in it. For this 3rd book I'm trying to concentrate on veterans buried in Pennsylvania (although I do have some buried elsewhere). I'm trying to finish up a Mexican War volume, but the 1812 guys are my favorite. I donate a lot of the copies to libraries and historical and genealogical societies. I was amazed at the response I got while working on my second book. I would ask permission to use a picture and many times the person that owned the picture would also send me pictures of an ancestor's grave to include. It was just incredible!!
|Robin Arvickson||Grave of Jonathan Diefenderfer|
I live in Erie, PA and am working on a third volume of grave locations for veterans of the War of 1812. I would like your permission to use the picture you posted of Jonathan Diefenderfer's grave in this compilation. I will cite you as the source.
|Alice Martin LaRue||RE: Alexander Slott|
Glad I was of some help in your finding some information.
|Sarah Kukuch||Gravestone for Agnette Brein|
I recently snapped a photo of her gravestone and when looking at your posted gravestone photo and my own, I noticed that there seems to be significant aging between the two. Just wondering, what year was this photo of her graveston taken in?
|Alice Martin LaRue||Alexander Slott|
Hi Nancy....In Google type in
Hower Slote House and Fort Freeland
Alexander's genealogy is on that page. His son, James Slote, is also buried in Warrior Run.
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