|Joan Majtenyi (#47377271)|
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|Edward P. Morrissey||RE: John Zimmerman grave|
Wow! Out of the blue... I did not know what the heck you were making reference to. Looking back at my listings on Find-a-grave, I see I did post the Calvary burial for a John Zimmermann that turned out to be a false lead so I had long ago deleted the person from my tree.
As for the picture, I do not add grave pix in my tree or on find-a-grave. If you check out the caption under the grave pix, you will see it was added by someone else...
Contact: Rayder122@Yahoo.com or by "edit" within Find-a-Grave
I would be glad to transfer administration of this grave listing to you if you wish. Please advise.
|Marianna Kerns Morgan||RE: Paul Cumberland|
I just took the reference to a marriage to Paul Cumberland from Nancy Simpson Carnes Find A Grave memorial.
You might want to take the flower & remarks off the memorial also.
Thank you for the information.
|Marianna Kerns Morgan||Paul Cumberland|
Warrington Cary died February 11, 1841, in Highland Co., Ohio.
Also, I started looking in the old newspapers and found the following: Maybe you are correct and this was a different Nancy Cary.
"The Bellefontaine Republican" September 22, 1899, Image 3
Death of Rev. Mr. Cumberland
Rev. Paul Cumberland, who was found dead in bed at the home of Mrs. McGill in Bokescreek, Sunday morning, was a man of ability, and a find singer in
his days, and a very genial gentleman.
He had been a Minister in the Colored Baptist Church for thirty or forty years. He was 73 years of age. He had gone to Bokescreek to fill an appointment Sunday.
"The Hocking Sentinel" September 28, 1899, Image 2
Rev. Paul Cumberland, a colored Baptist evangelist from Sidney, in an impassioned address at a colored camp meeting at Walnut Grove, near Bellefontaine, said:
"I will die tonight. Something tells me so. But before dying I want you all to repent."
He was found the following morning stiff and cold in his bed, dead of heart disease.
|Laurie Stewart Tokarsky||RE: Gideon Walker|
I do not have a scan machine.
I will make a copy, if you would please send meyour address. The name Gideon & Dana run through this family.
Look forward to hearing from you again.
Sincerely, Laurie # 47375347
|Laurie Stewart Tokarsky||Gideon Walker|
Gideon Walker was the son of Billings Walker & his wife Hannah. I have proof, a very old copy of the Walker Family Bible. The handwritten piece is supposable in Billings hand.
PS. Yes, Gideon was an attorney.
|Phyllis Strong Reeder||RE: Nancy Carnes|
Thanks for the information and I have made all the changes you suggested. Any other information you may have would be appreciated. I will also make those changes.
Again Thanks again for the information.
|giraffelove||RE: J. W. Walker|
I will send you an email with further information.
|giraffelove||RE: J. W. Walker|
I'm sorry for the delay in responding. Are you referring to the Joseph B. Walker; b. 1869; d. 1909, or J.W. Walker; b. 1850; d. 1929? Both are buried at the Williamsburg Cemetery, and I'm not sure who you are referring to in your message.
|Nancy Gibson Lowe||RE: Horace C. Walker|
Here's what I have on Horace & Emma Walker in my RootsWeb file.
As for the flower leaver, when you want to know who left flowers on Find A Grave, all you have to do is click on the name of the person who left the flowers. In this case "Johnston Descendant" is me or, more accurately, my husband who traces his maternal lineage back to James Johnston and Nancy (Walpole) Johnston.