|PZ Horton (#47390085)|
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|Alice ||Llewellyn Foster|
PZ Horton, Very observant of you to pick up that duplicate for Llewellyn Foster at Greenridge Cemetery. I've asked that it be deleted. I imagine that Llewellyn Foster died in the winter and his body was temporarily placed in the Greenridge Vault, pending burial in the spring at Fairmount Cemetery. Thanks! Alice
Added by Alice on May 30, 2015 4:31 AM
|Brenda Wagers||RE: Selby Cemetery|
Thanks. I thought I finally solved the mystery. Darn! Yes Zachariah is my ancestor. His George Washington Sr and son Jr is my line. Sr's Son Charles G. is mine. There was a "Cassandra or Rosanna" guess for Sr's wife and I thought I had finally found it. They also have a Magdalena Gephart, which is probably more likely. I will work on that route. Well, I am still related to you wife, just not as close. I've had such a struggle solving Charles G. Again, thanks so much. Brenda
|Brenda Wagers||RE: Selby Cemetery|
I am still looking for George Sr's grave also on my Ancestry.com tree"Eisele" as Wagers80. They are my 3rd GG also through Charles. I have a photo at the Selby farm in Browns Run in Butler County,Ohio. They are probably all Selbys in the photo, but not all are identified. I also have many other unidentified photos, including a box of photos on Glass. Do you know of anyone who may be able to help, please let me know. I also found an old Jelly Cabinet set out by the road around the corner from me in Ohio. My husband felt compelled to stop and get it. Inside it is labeled from Indiana and by a Selby. Could be in the family. Also, found old bibles my grandmother saved in a shed that are from Indiana.
Nice to meet you, cousin.
|Brenda Wagers||Selby Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the Memorials for the Selby family, Rosanna Barnes Selby, her son George Washington Selby Jr, his wife Augusta Virginia Frye Selby and their daughter, Ann Mariah Selby. I had been searching for the wife of George Washington Selby Sr. Thank you for this connection. Are there headstones. I would love a photo of the cemetery and headstones if possible. Are other Selbys buried there? Are you a relative?
|AAW||RE: Sidney & Abigail Foster,|
Thanks for the deletion. "Alice" has already linked her record to Amos & Mary Foster.
Added by AAW on May 08, 2014 5:35 PM
|AAW||Sydney & Abigail C. Foster,|
You have duplicated a memorial for Sydney and Abigail (Abby) Crandall Foster. Your memorials are # 127654926 and 127655521. "Alice" (FG member # 47160081) already made memorials for Sydney & Abby Crandall Foster #123471261 and 123477080. I would suggest that you delete yours since she has already posted a nice photo of their graves on her version of their memorials. Also she did create hers a few months before yours. "Alice" FG#47160081 has been diligent about making requested family links so she will probably link Sydney up with his parents, Amos and Mary Foster, if we ask her to.
I noticed the duplication because I was trying to get someone to link their daughter (Caroline Foster Green buried in Evergreen Cemetery) to them.
Added by AAW on May 04, 2014 7:16 PM
|T. Brady||RE: Samuel Stafford - 80803100|
Sorry, but do not recall the source. It was a number of years ago and I am fairly certain it was a listing of graves I found online. I have seen the claim that a book on Stukley Westcott by Bullock states that Samuel was buried "in the old Stafford burial ground near Conimcut point" but I do not have access to that book and no way of verifying the info. If you have information that he is elsewhere, I will be happy to make the appropriate revision or, alternatively, to simply list him as "location unknown". I do not want to delete the memorial, however, as it is linked and sponsored.
Added by T. Brady on Apr 07, 2014 3:26 PM
|Tony Rudolph||RE: Margaret Hall|
The grave was located along the last row. There is an evergreen tree in the middle towards the back. You will find her grave along with several other Halls.
The inscription that I read is the following: (but may be incorrect due to aging of the stone)
Aged 60 years
Daughter of W.L. McGraw ?
Last line was unreadable.
Apologize if there are any mistakes that may be misleading.
|Loretta||RE: Wallack Family|
I walk the rows in Montrose Cemetery and have only done a very small segment so far. If a photo isn't posted it's because I haven't gotten to that row, there isn't a stone or it's in my error pile (photos that need to be re-done). Vera's isn't in the error pile. I've found that a lot of families are not interred near each other in this cemetery.
Added by Loretta on Dec 02, 2013 10:20 AM
|Denise Crawford||Nathan & William Horton|
I have updated Nathan and Williams memorials. Thank you for the suggestion.
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