|Denise Gill||memorial #87440686|
Done! I'm sorry for the Mistake in pictures. :( It's deleted!
|Denise Gill||George Edward|
Hi Jere, would you please make the link to his parents for me? I'm using my iPhone so don't have the memorial numbers, but I know they are easy to find. Thank you.
|Denise Gill||Donald Paul Walton|
I linked Donald to his parents. I'm sorry I forgot to do that sooner. Thank you for the reminder. :)
|One from many||re: Nancy Ann Mitchell Bumcrots|
Update to birth information and family links made as requested.
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|Judy Mayfield||William O. and John B. Baxter|
I did make a return trip to Akron cemetery to check on Wm O. and John B. Baxter. There is no broken base anywhere for Wm O. He just has the broken stone flat on the ground and I could not find a stone anywhere for John B. Baxter. I could be completely wrong but I don't think he is there. He is not listed on the board and I was unable to find any mention of him in the Cowley County Death index book at the library.
|Judy Mayfield||RE: Mitchell Family|
Yes, You may add photo's to the memorials. I just created a memorial for John B. Baxter. He is not listed in the book for Akron as being buried there. I did photograph this entire cemetery and I wonder if the stone is no longer there. I will be driving by this cemetery this weekend so I'll doublecheck. I honestly don't know much about William's stone other then it's broken and lying on the ground. I will also be visiting the Winfield library this weekend so I'll see if I can find an obit for William. I doubt I'll find it since he died in 1882. No promises.
|Judy Mayfield||Mitchell Family|
Thanks so much for all the links and additional info you have provided today for the Mitchell family. Much appreciated. You are welcome to use my photo's.
|Denise Gill||Family records|
I just wanted to thank you Publically for all your kindness and help gather missing information for my Gill family tree. I no longer have any living "Gill" family members that I can go to for records. All the old timers I knew and grew up with are long gone and haven't found any other living relatives that are interested. That is>>>> Until I bumped into you on Find A Grave., and you aren't even a Gill. LOL! Imagine that!? Finding someone without even knowing they are a branch off the family tree... and ...an actual relative. :) All this time I've been working hard at trying to link my deceased relatives and then out of the blue, springs up another living one, I didn't know even existed. What a pleasant and welcomed surprise! I hope we stay in contact. Take care. ;)
|Denise Gill||The Gill family|
Hello, I was thinking about how you and I are connected last night and it finally dawned on me that you and I are cousins. John Zedikiah Gill was my Grandfather and your Grandmother was Sarah Margaret Gill Walton, whom was the sister of my Grandfather. Right.? I met Sarah when I was very young at my Grandfathers house in Vancouver, WN. She always went by "Aunt Sally" and we all loved her dearly. I have a cup and saucer she gave me to remember her by years ago, in my china cabinet. Yes I would love to learn what info you have on this family and would definately love to see what pictures you have. Unfortunately, I don't know of anything concerning the children of our Grandfathers John Brown Gill or James Gill. I only know who they married and a bit of James Gill's history concerning his life in Xenia, Greene County, Ohio. The local historical society of Greene County sent me a copy of a document where James signature was on a paper concernng the formation of Xenia. According to them, James must have died there, but no records of his burial have been found so far. I would love to see what you have for our family. Please get back in touch with me when you have the time too. Maybe the two of us can solve the puzzle. Take care and thank you for emailing me yesterday.
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