|Emerson McAfee (#47622699)|
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|I was born 8 March 1941 in Springfield, OH. I spent 25 years in the Air Force and retired to Berea, KY. I then worked for 16 years as a Logistic Mgmt. Specialist for DoD and the Army. I have 3 children, 9 grandchildren and 2 Great Grandchildren. I am married to Carolyn Sue, maiden name Deaton. I have been tracing my lineage for close to 20 years and discovered my fifth generation back moved from Frederick Co. MD to Miami Co, OH across the old National Trail (US 40). Since then everyone of the McAfee's have been buried between Dayton and Springfield, OH along US 40 in three cemetaries. I hope to trace the family until it reaches a ship arriving from Ireland.|
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Hayden Rose was my husband's 2nd cousin
3 times removed on his mother's side of
the family - thru the Bicknell line.
Added by andieno on Oct 12, 2012 5:33 AM
I was just wondering how are you
related to the Rose family
that are buried in the
Hayden Rose Cemetery, Duluth Kentucky?
Added by andieno on Oct 11, 2012 9:38 PM
|Mark Mitchell||Richard Oldham|
Thank you so very much for trying! I am so sorry that this was so difficult but I sincerely appreciate the effort!
Thanks for the coordinates - it is much farther south from Madison than I expected. All I could see were trees - no evidence of a chimney so I hope I am in the right spot. Thanks again! LG
Added by Leslie_G on Aug 26, 2012 8:34 AM
Thanks for taking the time to locate this cemetery. Sorry it was unsuccessful. Is there an address or some landmark that I could use to possibly see where it is on GoogleMaps? You made it sound very interesting . . . LG
Added by Leslie_G on Aug 25, 2012 6:29 PM
|Sherry Patterson||RE: Picture of MargaretAfee grave|
Emerson, You are so welcome. I am glad I can help. Sherry
|Old Joseph||Cornelison Cemetery, Terrill, Madison County, KY|
Please know that the Cornelison Cemetery is apparently another name for the Blue Grass Cemetery. Many of the memorials in the Blue Grass Memorial Cemetery are duplicated in F.A.G. in the Cornelison Cemetery.
Note: Blue Grass Memorial Cemetery is where hundreds of graves were relocated in the early 1940s when the BGAD was developed. I always wondered if perhaps if perhaps a cemetery existed at that location before the government started relocating graves there.
|Josh French||Eliza J Roberts|
Thank you for taking this picture for me.
|Jill H||John Coyle|
Thanks for trying to find him for me! If you happen to get back there and notice any other Coyles that don't have pics, please let me know! Thanks!
Added by Jill H on Jan 11, 2012 4:20 PM
Thanks for taking the time to photograph the grave.
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