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|David||RE: Alexander & Cecelia Robertson Thompson|
They are my 4X great grandparents. I am a descendant from their daughter Jane (Mrs. John H. Duff).
Added by David on Oct 17, 2014 8:33 AM
|David||Alexander & Cecilia Robertson Thompson|
William and Andrew Robertson are both brothers of Cecilia. Most of Alexander and Cecilia's children went to the United States except for Jane and Alexander Jr. Jane (Thompson) Duff is buried in the South Plympton Cemetery and Alex Jr. is buried in the Wyoming Cemetery. Hope this helps.
Added by David on Oct 14, 2014 3:15 PM
|Robert Bailey||RE: Nancy Dougherty Daniels|
I am no longer active in Find A Grave but will take the time and effort to answer your message that you posted for me at Find A Grave.
It would help if you would have sent a Find A Grave reference number like the one above to her memorial at Find A Grave.
According to my family file she is not related to
me. She married Nathan Daniels, son of James Daniels (1778 - 1865) and a woman named Rhoda. This James Daniels and Rhoda had a daughter named Rhoda Daniels (1810 - 1884) who married David Charles Bailey (1800-1872), my 2nd great grand-uncle. Therefore the Daniels Family in my files.
Robert L Bailey
|Bob Lawrence||Lois Smedley Morse|
Copies of the issue of the Winfield Daily Courier that you inquired about can be found on microfilm at the Kansas State Historical Society Library in Topeka, Kansas and at the Winfield Public Library in Winfield, Kansas.
|DSH||RE: J. C. Daniels|
I am offering to let you be the "manager" of the online memorial. You would be able to update the name of the individual (from initials to actual given names), birth and death dates and locations, biography, links to parents and spouse, etc., once it is under your management. You probably already have most of this information - I do not. I just created the memorial so that a family member might find it some day and be able to properly remember him or her, and share this information with present and future family members.
Let me know if you want it, and best of luck with your research. The Coffey County, Kansas Historical Society or the Kansas State Historical Society may have the information you are looking for.
Added by DSH on Apr 08, 2013 11:15 AM
|DSH||RE: J. C. Daniels|
It is a little different than most Civil War Veteran headstones that I see, as it does not list a company or particular regiment. In my original photo, one can see "OHIO INFT".
Let me know if you want me to e-mail you the full-size photo and if you would like to be the manager of this memorial (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=96217482&). I firmly believe that family, however distant, should manage memorials over non-family contributors.
Added by DSH on Apr 07, 2013 7:58 PM
|Melinda Gould||RE: Abner Potter Wright|
You've got a good eye, Cousin! It was a silly mistake having Hiram as a Smith. How confusing that would be to mix the Smiths and Wrights. It's bad enough as it is looking for Wrights! I'm glad you found Abner's bio helpful. I usually put what I know about a person and their family on Find A Grave, but there's always more, so there's probably more that I just haven't added. Why don't you write to me at my email address and we can go from there.
I could not find anything for him until the death certificate came up finally. He was listed as W. Wright. I have not yet. Was your Wright married to a Josephine? Jan
Added by Jan on Jun 03, 2012 10:59 PM
|mary gersten||RE: Joel Perkins|
I can try. Many records got destroyed by fire or flood.