|T. Earl (#47422589)|
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Inherited a double-whammy of Family Historian genes from both grandmas.|
Member of Ancestry.com for over 10 years.
Writer, teacher, researcher.
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|Sock Worker||George Davis|
Thanks very much for the photo of this cousin's marker. Your time and efforts are definitely appreciated.
|Bob Wilson||William Syras Powell|
Thank you very much! Have a fantastic week!
|Charlotte Covey||RE: Jan Schlenger memorial|
Jan had a recurrence of her cancer about
two years ago. After much treatment they
determined they could do no more. She truly
is in a better place now.
I tried to contact you several years ago
to thank you for posting your work on the
Evans family on Ancestry. I had some of it,
but did not know that most of the family had
moved to Arkansas after leaving Ohio. Once I
found that there was all kinds of info out
there. My husband and I have been to the
cemetery where they are buried. Thank you so much.
We think of your family often and the visit
we had up there in Oregon.
|Bob Wilson||Powell Graves|
Thank you very much for taking the photos on these Oregon Pioneers!
Thanks so much for taking the photo. I really appreciate it.
Thanks ever so much for the Cantrall photos.
|laurie fidler||John Earl|
I walked the entire cemetery and could not find a marker for John. Lots of Earls are buried here though, but according to the cemetery sign, it was not started till 1811. Let me know if you wish me to take any of the other Earl marker's photo. Laurie Fidler
|JAB||RE: Thank you!!!|
Yes, the Mausolleum of the Golden West is very beautiful. In other sections of it are Betty Grable, Ray Charles and Cesar Romero. I put in the caption of the plaque shots the actual location so you can add it to plot on memorial page.
Added by JAB on Apr 02, 2011 9:03 AM
|Carolin Pettit||S.J. Parrish|
Thanks so much for checking out the grave of S.Parrish! Some you win and others you loose.... I very much appreciate your time and trouble!
|Stephen Stewart||RE: Collins grave, Osborn Cemetery|
The only reference to a Robert Coll(e/i)ns being buried in Osborn is a listing in the Monroe County death records 1880-1900 with a Jan 5, 1888 death of a Robert Collens age 5, being buried in Osborn, but there are no cemetery records, nor stone to verify. The cemetery records we have include the 1938 WPA reading, the circa 1970 reading of the stones by the Monroe County genealogical society, and the personal reading of the stones I did in 1999.
Are you familiar with iamonroe.org? The site has a database that includes census info along with the cemeteries, Robert Collens is referenced in the censuses. Do you know if he had a son Robert, dying in 1888? Also, since he is listed in the Militia roll, was he a civil war veteran? There is a W. S. Collins civil war stone at Osborn.
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