|Janet Turnbull||Permission to use photo of Joseph Cyphers grave|
Hi: I am working on a summary of pensions for Civil War soldiers from Fulton Co., IL for free viewing at www.illioisancestors.org/fulton. May I use your grave photo and obit for Joseph Cyphers for this project? I will give you photo credit. thank you. Janet Turnbull
No, I will unclaim as I saw your correspondence with the requestor after I claimed it. I never did get to Andrew's grave. I did find the headstone for George. Todd, the cemetery caretaker assured me that it was for him since it's really hard to read...very worn. So I've unclaimed it and you can go ahead and post, ok? Hope you had a great 4th and were able to relax a little!
Added by weston04 on Jul 05, 2014 11:40 AM
|Sara C||RE: Cochran|
Hi Wendy. Thank you very much. My connection to Andrew, I am working on my husbands family tree and I believe that his Great Grandfather Lewis Weir Cochran is the same man as Andrew Bakers' half brother, Lewis W. Cochran. (son of Mathew Cochran and Nancy Grier). I have a little conflicting information as to the names of Lewis Cochran's parents though and thought if I researched the rest of this family I might solve the puzzle.
Added by Sara C on Jun 15, 2014 8:52 AM
|Genealogy Nut||Letha B Rockwell|
Here is an interesting article that mentions a Letha Rockwell and daughter Rosalyn dying in a boat accident in Missouri in 1954. It says Letha was 50 but that might be incorrect. Though the main article isn't about them, I thought it was interesting. http://www.nenewsfeed.com/fremont/mystery-of-honeymooners-who-disappeared-60-years-ago-without-a-trace/
Very interesting...seems the husband of the Letha Rockwell listed in the article was the pilot of the boat. His name was Darwin Rockwell. No relation but though it was interesting. I'm not coming up with much else but I don't have an Ancestry subscription so...
|Genealogy Nut||RE: Rockwells in Pleasant Hill|
No, thank you, Letha is not Everett's mother. His mother is Emma M Anderson who was a daughter of Danish emmigrants. Thanks again!!
|Genealogy Nut||Rockwells in Pleasant Hill|
Hi Wendy!! Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart for the gravestone pictures of Everett and Betty. I appreciate your help! I was beginning to wonder if they were even buried there since I was the one that added them. Everett was my great-great uncle. Thanks again!!
|Pat LaCroix||Blair graves in Arborville Cemetery|
Wendy, when you went to the Arborville Cemetery to photograph Lloyd Evans Blair's grave, was it recently? If so, do you know if the infant children of John Henry & Mary Elizabeth (Plessinger) Blair are buried in the same plot with their parents? And is Lloyd there, too?
Thanks for any and all help you can give me.
|Pat LaCroix||Lloyd Evans Blair|
Sorry, I mis-typed his middle name... it IS Evans not Earl.. was thinking of another family member... again --- thanks for your help!
|Pat LaCroix||Lloyd Earl Blair|
Thank you so much!!! That is about all I can say... I am sooo grateful to people like you who are willing to help us out-of-area family members with our photo requests! It lets us know that our family members are in a certain cemetery and taken care of...Again, thank you !!!
|WMVAN||WALKERs @ Plesant Hill|
Wendy to the rescue ! I had the WALKERs at Greenwood due to some bad in fo from relaives so it's GREAT to have them confirmed with your wonderful pics. could you upload the SURNAME shot to Howard & Claude if they are in the family plot area? Wondered if there was evidence of a wife for either of them ? Unlinked WALKERs ? THANKS, Bill
Added by WMVAN on Oct 03, 2013 6:19 AM
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