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Patrick Arthur Teater Sr.
Germond in Washington Hollow Cemetery
I went out today and looked for the people you requested, unfortunately I did not find the ones you asked for, but I did find some more Germonds that were not in the database and will be adding them over the next few days if you want to take a look.
Added by Patrick Arthur Teater Sr. on Sep 23, 2013 6:29 PM
Bill and Elaine Schrock
RE: Lucinda E. Loofburrow
Hi John,

We are not related to this family.
Added by Bill and Elaine Schrock on Dec 15, 2012 5:25 PM
RE: Washington Hollow Cem., Dutchess Co, NY
Hello John,

I do not live in Dutchess County, New York, so unfortunately I can not be of any help to you at this time. My husband charlie, who passed away Easter Sunday, April 24th 2011 and I, traveled to the many cemeteries where we have family buried, when we went on vacation each year, but since his passing, I have not gotten back to Dutchess County. The offer for gas money is kind but, I do this work, as a result of 45+ years of devotion to family history and I enjoy helping others. Not to mention, it's about 250 miles from where I live. I do wish you the best in your endeavors and hope someone will claim them soon for you.

The Best to You and Yours, Butterfly~kisses
Added by Butterfly~Kisses on Nov 13, 2012 12:36 PM
Patricia Dukes
Emeline Baxter
O.K. Lets see if i can answer your questions for you.First, I did visit the Baxter Cem. today. It is in such bad shape. I didn't find a headstone for Emeline. But i can tell you it is about a mile away from where the family was living in 1870.
The Baxter Cemetery is just outside of alma in Kibler Ark. That is on Hwy 162.
John R. Baxter is buried in Louisville Kentuckey. At the Cave Hill National Cem. Sec.B Site 1498. I have put a photo request out for this. He was a PVT. US ARMY CIVIL WAR.
You asked why i asked about Lucinda, In 1870 Bryant Baxter was listed in her home. Then i found Pention Records Recorded here for John R. Baxter listing Emeline as the widow and Lucinda as a minor. How cool is that???? I did get a copy of this for you but will have to get your e mail address to send it to you.
Now because i love digging in the past, I have other info on Lucinda's family if you want it. Also i have Parents and Grandparents for John And Emeline if you want that.
I'm not giving up on Emeline!!
Added by Patricia Dukes on Mar 04, 2012 5:06 PM
Patricia Dukes
Emeline Baxter
I just want you to know i haven't given up on your Emeline. I did find where John R. Baxter was buried in Kent. They had a son named Bryant that shows up in 1870 in the Richland Community in Ark. That is between Alma and Kibler. I keep being drawn to the old Baxter Cemetery in Kibler. Do you know of a James Baxter? He was a CPT. in the civil war. He is the one that gave the land for the cementery. Now it has been abandoned for years. I have a Great Grand Mother there that i still cant find. I think i am going to go out there today just to see what i can find. Who is Lucinda Stites? Was that a Daughter??
Added by Patricia Dukes on Mar 04, 2012 8:16 AM
Luella Hinrichsen
RE: Charles Barnes follow up
John, Like wise here, if I do stumble across anything of interest I'll let you know. I have found that records aren't always right also, like the middle initial, it has G. now somebody writing it down, an E could of sounded like G! Luella
Added by Luella Hinrichsen on Feb 21, 2012 10:42 AM
Luella Hinrichsen
RE: Charles Barnes follow up
John, That is all the info it had for Charles, was he died Mar. 9, 1909 age 51 years, 9 months and 24 days. No relatives only the owner of the lot, no date of burial. No cause of death or where he was living. That is why I thought maybe he wasn't living here at the time of his death. Maybe somewhere in one of the papers it might tell of his death, but no obit. They do that a lot of times, just someone has received word of the death of a relative. I never read all the papers, there was someone waiting to use the machine. Takes a long time to go though with a fine tooth comb, but may run across something yet. Luella
Added by Luella Hinrichsen on Feb 20, 2012 8:52 PM
Patricia Dukes
Emeline Baxter
You photo request caught my eye, You had it attached to Mary Andrews who just happens to be my Grandmother.
I do live in Alma and would love to help you find your ancestor. I have a book for Crawford co. Ark called history in headstones, It lists all cemetery and headstones around. I don't find an Emeline in there. There is a Baxter cem. in Kibler just out side of Alma but it is in Bad shape.
If you can give me a little more info i would love to help. Do you have names of parents, husband or children?? Just let me know.
Pat Dukes
Added by Patricia Dukes on Feb 19, 2012 2:29 PM
Luella Hinrichsen
RE: Charles Barnes follow up
John, Not sure, but think that was suppose to be death date. Do you know how to figure to the date when it gives the age? I get a bit off because of the leap year deal, but his age was 51 years, 9 months and 24 days. So if his birth day is correct, you can add that to it and get the death day. 1857 and 51 is 1908, plus 9 months is Feb. 1909, but when you add 13 for his day of birth and the 24 days of his age, it is 37. So then I don't know how many to subtract to find the exact day! I get lost at that point! Luella
Added by Luella Hinrichsen on Feb 19, 2012 11:07 AM
Luella Hinrichsen
RE: Charles Barnes follow up
John, That was what I'd been afraid of would happen, because the records I looked at last is the copies of the cemetery book, where the give the cause of death, relatives, dates etc. The only info they had was what I sent, no cause or place etc. I will try again for the obit, sometimes it isn't in for more then a month, could of just missed it, but the library has a pretty good record of obits, and his wasn't listed there either. It's a long shot, I think he died elsewhere and was just buried here. I saw a Ruth Ann (Barnes) Cox married Elihu Cox in 1866, there was also a Mabel Barnes of Table Rock visiting relataives in Pawnee City, I wonder if he had sisters here maybe. Do you want me to delete thos photos from his site now, or some of them? Luella
Added by Luella Hinrichsen on Feb 17, 2012 5:16 PM
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