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Debi Clark (#47394561)
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I've been working on my family history for 30 years, and am really excited to see what happens with Find a Grave. I hope to be able to do some volunteer grave search and photography for other members. I have best access to the cemetery in Golden Colorado.
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David Haspert
RE: Genevieve Sanders
Thank you for the additional information on Genevieve Sander. I changed her birth place to New York and added your note about her being adopted to the bio section.
Added by David Haspert on Jul 23, 2015 12:50 PM
Jama Harris
RE: Kenny Foster
Sorry it has taken me so long to get back with you. I have looked through what records I have to figure out how you connected me with Kenny Foster and for the life of me, I can't find the connection. As far as I know, I am not kin to this family. None of the names ring a bell. If you could give me the F.A.G # so I can further look into what your talking about, then I can possibly have a better understanding and maybe an exact answer. Thank you. Jama Harris
Added by Jama Harris on Jun 14, 2015 2:12 PM
Kennedy M. C. Hogg
Hello Debi
We have the following marriages for Kennedy Hogg
Tamar Nichols, Sarah Nichols, Elizabeth Little (We found 2 marriages for them one 1853 in Hancock County, Kentucky and one in 1866 in Perry County, Indiana.) Amanda Emberton marriage in Warrick County, Indiana in 1871.

We have not been able to find the marriage of Tabitha Kemp. However we found her mother Lucretia Kemp's will in 1844 in Smith County, Tennessee naming her daughter as Tabitha Hogg. That is a lot sooner then many of us thought they were married. Making Robert born in 1845 and Kennedy born in 1848 possibly Tabitha's (Kemp) Hogg's children.

Be glad to share.

Dori & Ed 47796684
Added by Dori on Apr 12, 2015 8:31 PM
Robert M. Hogg 116160627
Hello Debi
We found the appraisement of the Estate of Robert Hogg dated April 9, 1857 pages 10 and 11 in Hancock County, Kentucky. But we never found a will for him. What an excellent find.
Have you read the book "Descendants of Michael Hogg" by Marguerite A. Tibbett's 1980 and revised in 2002.
Robert Michael Hogg is my husband 3rd great grandfather.
Look forward to hearing from you.
Dori & Ed 47796684
Added by Dori on Apr 12, 2015 7:48 PM
Susan Ing
RE: Oliver and Lily Clark
Only Oliver had a stone
Added by Susan Ing on Dec 20, 2013 4:07 AM
Jock-a-mo fi na ney
RE: Alvers/Brendel
hi! no, i'm not researching this family. sorry. i'm researching that cemetery by checking old newspapers, & funeral home & monument records - many of the cemetery's records were destroyed during a fire. for these 2 babies, i did not find reference to them in any monument records - that doesn't mean they don't have any, just i found no record of any.
Added by Jock-a-mo fi na ney on Oct 28, 2013 9:53 AM
Todd Burroughs

Austin is buried in Iowa. His honoring by the GAR(Grand Army of the Republic) was recorded in the June 18th, 1867 issue of the Wayne County Press (Illinois). I have a copy of it if you want.

I have a question you might know to the answer to since you have access to Golden Cemetery. I am looking for his older brother, Jarvis( my great great great grandfather). No one in my family seems to know where he is buried but a family friend who is much older(now deceased) says he remembers hearing Jarvis moved to Colorado and died out there and is buried in Golden or Mountain View. Do you have any information regarding this?


Todd Burroughs
Added by Todd Burroughs on Nov 09, 2011 8:11 PM
Raedeane Maughan
RE: Golden Cemetry

Someone has picked them all up. Thanks anyway.

Keep up the good work.

Added by Raedeane Maughan on Aug 15, 2011 11:13 AM
Terry Weigandt Joyner
RE: John Trusty
If you click on the picture I have added what is in the data base for John Trusty. This information is transcribed from " List of Union Soldiers Buried at Andersonville" ~Dorence Atwater, 1865. If it was not for this prisoner, there would be "no" records of those who died there. But his information of often from fellow prisoners. Prisoners were buried in trenches shoulder to shoulder. With Dorence records Clara Barton (Red Cross Founder) placed the original wooden markers. Hope this helps.


Added by Terry Weigandt Joyner on Jan 08, 2011 8:19 PM

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