|Douglas Custard (#47479867)|
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I have been doing genealogy on the various branches ofmy family since 2000. I'm currently working on my paternal Cursted/Curstead/Custead, Custard line. The spelling Cursted and Curstead originated in Norfolk, England. The spelling of my paternal family name I found in Norfolk, England records are Kyrsted(oldest), Kirsted, Kirstead, Cursted, Curstead, Curstick, Custick and Custead. The name original meant place of cherry trees. It is Anglo-Saxon or Danish. Some branches dropped the r in Curstead a few others changed the surname to Custard. I hope to one day write a genealogy book on my paternal line. I'm of English, Irish, Scot-Irish, French, Scottish, Dutch, German(Prussian & Hessian), Norwegian and Morisco(Secret Muslim) Descent.|
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|Tom Allen||Nina Record grave picture|
Douglas, I have sent you a picture of Nina Record"s gravestone. I also found a Clara Warren Record in the same section. If this is related send another photo request and I'll sent you the picture.
|Joyce Woody||Find A Grave Memorial# 54953544|
Do you know if all the people are buried at Burial Hill, or just a stone with everyones name
|MissingHim||RE: Anderson Family Cemetery/Anderson Cemetery|
Actually Anderson IS considered part of Cochranton, even though it is in Greenwood Township. Think it has something to do with the mailing address. The one listed with all of the memorials and photos is the correct one.
|MissingHim||RE: Elizabeth Taylor Bob Galmish email@example.com|
Doug, Sorry I do not know how to contact Mr. Galmish at all. If you can't get through to him via one of the edit tabs on his memorials, try going directly to an admin email and see if they can help you.
|Dick Flaugh||RE: Neander and Ida Jane Custard Flaugh|
Kiser Hill Cemetary
I think I've got her straightened out. Thanks for the information.
Added by sjs953 on Nov 20, 2014 6:52 AM
|Larry Lalonde||BURTON, Christopher|
I believe the cemetery you are looking for is
Ebenezer United Church Cemetery
Ebenezer Primitive Methodist
Chapel and Cemetery
(Located in Regional
Municipality of Peel, Ontario
NOT the one you have posted
|Jeff Buettner||Lewis Coulter|
If you go to www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~skmjbsgs.cemeteries.htm and find him alphabetically you can click on his name and a headstone picture appears. I'm in Moose Jaw this weekend and could also take some photos.
|Alfhard||Daniel and Mary Custead|
I saw your request today and went to St.John's Dixie Cemetery and located the plaque. It is in the ground and mostly illegible as you can see. I took several pictures and would be happy to forward them to you (full resolution) if you would like.
According to information obtained at the cemetery office, Daniel Custard was 84 yrs. and 2 months when he died. Mary Custard was 84 yrs. and 6 months.
There is also a Mary Custard (died Dec 20, 1853, aged 65 yrs), married to Aaron Silverthorn. She is buried in the same cemetery. The Silverthorn monument is only about 60 feet from the Custead grave marker. I have photographed the Silverthorn grave marker as well, if you are interested.
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Added by Alfhard on Sep 19, 2014 7:20 PM
|Larry & Nancy Brooks||Eva Geelan, Mount Hope Cemetery, Topeka.|
You could be right about the ghost town. I have added it to the memorial. Nancy
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