|Kevin Cross (#47664317)|
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|Tracy Pickett Keel||RE: Harry Cross|
The storm was this Friday the 2nd 2012. The F3 tornado destroyed parts of Kenton County and St.Mary's church also. I can send you pictures of the damage if you would like to give me your email address or if you have a facebook page. I also added pictures of Eddie Cross, Will Cross, and Tom Cross's headstones for you and added more photos to MJ and Kate's Cross stones and yes I will add the other photo you asked for.
|Tracy Pickett Keel||Stephen "Harry" Cross|
I just posted a photo of Harry's headstone for you! I came upon this cemetery while delivering food to a crew of workers cleaning up tornado damage here. The church pictured for this cemetery no longer exists, it was taken by the storm but Harry's headstone and the rest of the Cross Family's stones are okay and located on the opposite side from the damage.
|Tracy Pickett Keel||Uploaded photos|
I uploaded photos of Laura Martin Corneilus Elliott for you.
Thanks for sharing. Locating them has been a challenge, and I'm grateful for your help in this.
Added by Glenn on Jan 13, 2012 4:40 PM
|in memory of grandma||RE: Grave photos for the 4 Hager's|
I think it is great that you know about Kentucky ancestors. I have had really good luck with all my branches that came from New England as they seem to keep good records. I also some people I meat in findagrave had done a good job of tracking one branch that went from Virginia to KY, to IL, etc. However, one branch that most likely consisted of "Click" brothers(maybe cousins) that were from KY born around the early 1830's most likely in Louisville. That has been a brick wall, and others have tried too.
I think it is also great that you deal with graves in California. I haven't been so lucky on the west coast. I think with land prices some seem to forgo burials for perhaps cremation and ashes scattered -- or a relative keeps the ashes for several years and people loose track of where they were. Oh well, I suppose that is part of the genealogy/findagrave search, not all outcomes get you to a physical grave.
Again, thanks for what you do, and have a Happy New Year!
Thank you so much for taking the photos of Conrad and Elizabeth. I had some questions about their birth and death date years and this answers my questions. Thank you for taking the time to do this during the busy holiday season! Happy New Years!
Added by SG on Dec 30, 2011 9:42 AM
|Gary A. Parsons||Photos|
Thank you for the photos of Avis Pizzagoni.
|Allegro con Brio||PS Cattermoles|
Kevin. I blew the photo up and realized some other Cattermoles that I had been looking for were there too. Thank you very much again!!
|Allegro con Brio||Cattermoles|
Kevin, Thank you so much for the fantastic photos you took! I really appreciate the time and effort you went to to take them for me. The Cattermoles are part of my husband's nieces' family.
|in memory of grandma||Grave photos for the 4 Hager's|
Thanks for taking the photo of the stone for four Hager's. The four were Louisa her son, daughter, and her son's wife. Louisa was the second wife of Jonas K. Hager. Jonas and his first wife were my paternal grandfather's maternal grandmother's parents. I did see another Hager that was supposedly in the same plot 45 -- James Hager. He may not be a relative. If you didn't select that photo request because he doesn't have a stone, let me know and I'll cancel the request.
FYI, I was curious about a couple of things. I noticed that you have Cross ancestors from KY and a Martin from Illinois. I have two siblings of direct ancestors that married into a Cross family. Daniel Henry Jenkins married a Saloma May Cross and his sister Nettie Jenkins who married a Elwin Aaron Cross. Though both couples lived in Colorado, the Cross' were from Stephenson County, Illinois. Odds are they are no relationship to you since Stephenson County is on the border with Iowa -- no where near your county in Kentucky. Nevertheless, I thought I should mention it. I also have Martins from Will County, Ill -- 4 counties north of your Ephiram Martin from Vermilion County. My Martins came from England in 1848/49. So again, probably not related, but I figured I should mention it.
Anyway, thanks again for the photos, and if you know James Hager doesn't have a marker, let me know and I'll move the request.
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