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|Journeyman||RE: Hillside Cemetery|
You're welcome Kirk. The good Doctor and his wife may not have a marker, but they did great things and are not forgotten.
|TNB||RE: Alexander Stevens|
I haven't been able to locate his grave yet. I assume he died in Trumbull County, Ohio as they were living there in 1850. Hannah Castle Stevens, Henry and Henrietta's mother was married prior to being married to Alexander. She was from England, Northampton-shire I believe.
How many descendants does Henry have? I knew he had only one daughter Hattie and that she apparently had one son name Maurice Mark. Does his family live primarily in Minnesota?
Henrietta has many descendants that are scattered from the Great Plain States of Nebraska, Kansas, and Oklahoma to the Western States of Idaho and Utah. Henrietta actually died in Ada County, Idaho but her family buried her by her husband in Kansas.
How much did Henry write in his journal? Can it be photocopied? I would be very much interested in reading from it if possible.
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Added by TNB on Jan 16, 2012 9:50 PM
|TNB||RE: Laybourn cemetery- Henry Stevens|
My wife is the 4th-Great Granddaughter of Henrietta Stevens Sowers. Henry and Henrietta were fraternal twins and they both had their photos taken apparently at the same time. I'm very proud of your ancestor Henry for serving and laying down his life for the Union cause. It seems he passed away only a week before Lee's surrender. The war record said he was buried in Virginia but I guess his widow arranged for his remains to be removed to Ohio.
Added by TNB on Jan 14, 2012 8:24 PM
|Journeyman||requests for Browns at Hillside Cemetery|
In lot 242 at Hillside Cemetery in North Adams, MA there are no tombstones. It is the top of a hill where prominent people were buried, but no sign of the Browns.242 is open grass, no stones.