|Kennith Gordon||RE: Which memorial ?|
Sorry! Still new to this Thomas Girdon buried in Ohio whose wife is Isabel Porter
|Kennith Gordon||Newbie to site!|
I just joined a few minutes ago! I have seen this pic numerous times and felt like it was time to connect! This is my 5x Great grandfather. His son Robert (spouse of Susannah) had a son George W. Who is buried in Equality, IL and his son George R. Moved to Louisiana.
|Abby Wilson||RE: Elizabeth Gordon Hill|
Thanks for getting back to me. Can you send me all the records you have.
I very much appreciate it,
|Abby Wilson||Elizabeth Gordon Hill|
Mr. Eugene Gordon: Good morning. I was conducting some research on a "David Hill" which I believe may be the husband of the "Elizabeth Gordon Hill" whose information you were good enough to post on "findagrave" under the "Birmingham Cemetery" in "Guernsey County Ohio". I was wondering if you perhaps had any information on Mr. Hill, or whether you knew if the two had any children. Any information you can provide in these regards would be HIGHLY appreciated. I thank you in advance. - Abby
Your findagrave memorial #70728523, Amos W. Gordon.
So you've never really physically been to the Pegee Cemetery.
Hi. I have an ancestor buried in the Pegee Cemetery in Brown Township in Ripley County, Indiana.
Have you been to this cemetery? I am trying to figure out the exact location so I can visit it.
Hi. How did you happen to find the Pagee cemetery in Ripley County, Indiana?
One of my relatives is buried there.
|W. Warder||RE: Marker picture|
I photographed the whole plot.
If you want to connect her to her family maybe start with memorial number #139243842 and see if and how she fits in.
Have a great day!
|Pamela Bacon||RE: Henry Gordon|
I wish this was our Henry, but it's not. The Henry that you speak of was a musician in the Civil War. I traced that Henry with the help of a Civil War historian to make sure - definitely not our Henry. That Henry married Martha and is buried in Colorado. Our Henry married Sybil Garwood and is buried in Seneca Nebraska. We are also related to John Gordon, the one for whom Gordon, Nebraska was named, but we're not exactly sure of the relation. No one has ever been able to trace the family of John Gordon either. The historical society in Gordon, NE has researched as far as they can as well.
Thank you for your response though. Maybe we'll find a clue in DNA through 23andme. Here is a link that has a little information on Henry from his time in Kansas: http://ksgenweb.com/norton/Lockard/89.htm
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