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I LOVE it when people find their third greats!!!! Do you want all the Ruud's there? My 2nd and a third great are there also. Small world.
Added by kateb on Mar 22, 2013 5:09 PM
|kpet||Earl Clarence Brown|
His wife was Ethel Starr, wondering if the Ethel S. Brown in Fairlawn, died in 1965 is his wife??
Added by kpet on Sep 23, 2012 10:56 AM
|jakinley||Bucks in Munn Cem., Geauga,OH|
I posted Lucy and Wm. Data not clear and I'll look into that. Is Sunday a slow day on this site? Everything moves like glacier.
Added by jakinley on Mar 04, 2012 10:41 AM
|jakinley||Bucks in Munn Cem.|
I took several other pictures including a Lucy and a Wm. Buck. Plus general shot of the row of stones. They are in a very old corner of the cemetery. Don't have plots but it could be described as farthest west row in NW corner of cemetery near Music Street. Would you want other pix?
Added by jakinley on Mar 03, 2012 7:02 PM
Forgot to mention, if you choose to follow the Martha Eidson-Hunter line, you may wish to find a copy of "It's Spelled E I DSON" by Wanda Carroll Eidson, Weatherford, TX; published by Henington Publishing Co of Wolfe City, TX.
Wanda has passed, but she and Judy Houghton did a superb job writing a 3 volume set of works on the Eidsons. Martha Jane is discussed in Volume 3. She was the daughter of William and Martha (Wilson) Eidson of Hawkins County, Tennessee; both died back in 1859.
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Hi--I added the obits for the Riggles. The book was from 1861-1990, so the one Riggle wasn't in it. Let me know if I can transfer any others to you. Thanks for adding the pictures. Diana
Hi--I just transferred all the Riggles to you. Diana
|diana greb||Alma Talmadge|
Hi--I transferred the Alma Talmadge memorial to you. Did you want me to transfer her husbands memorial to you?? I also have a book about the Jefferson Cemetery and it has their obits in it. Do you want me to add them to their memorials?? Thanks, Diana
|Don Dixon||Calvin Hunter|
Maintenance transferred to you.
|Henry Hagey||Phoebe S. Brigham|
Thanks for the note KK. I have added Phoebe to Ephraim's bio. I actually did have a picture of Phoebe's marker. Spent a lot of time trying to track Ephraim, Phoebe and Ardath as well.
It wasn't until I looked closer at the 1910 census that it made some sense. My note on Phoebe -"The 1910 Census of United States lists Phoebe as wife of Ephraim. It also lists Charles Sandstrom as a boarder. Phoebe divorced Ephraim and married Charles in 1911. According to the 1920 Census of United States Charles operated a retail butcher shop in Scappose, Oregon. It also shows that Phoebe lived with her mother Mary A. Brigham, her daughter Ardath, and Ardath's husband Archie Duncan."
Now you know the rest of the story. Never able to find info on Phoebe's parents though.
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