|Don Fogleman (#47665672)|
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I am a retired coal-fired electric power plant operator. I enjoy my wife(one), my children(three), my grandchildren(four), hiking, fishing, photography, and genealogy.|
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|Thoren Tolle Meyers||Charles Marion Tolle|
Thank you Don. The information you added to this memorial is just fine, and thanks too for quick way you did it. Thoren
I am a descendant of Nathan Martin Schoonover (1848-1926); he is a son of James Isaac Schoonover (1798-1871). I see some other children listed for James for whom I have no information. Are you related also? Have information on John, David or James? Thank you for any data you are to share.
Added by 4HMom on Aug 02, 2016 8:04 PM
I will sent a link to his mother's grave shortly. But FYI here is what I just sent to the owner of her Find A Grave page:
Her husband was Ephraim Rigdon, born Jan 1883 in Ky, son of Clayborn Clay Rigdon. Ephraim's death certificate says that he died 5 Aug 1822 in Fleming County,Ky but I have not found a grave for him. Ephraim married Ella Applegate 22 Dec 1903 • Lewis County Kentucky USA. Their son was Harvey Rigdon, Birth 17 JAN 1907 • Kentucky; Death 12 NOV 1972 • Tollesboro, Lewis, Kentucky, USA. Find A Grave Memorial# 105545631.
Added by Jrigdon on Jun 26, 2016 8:37 AM
|phoebe McClurg scaff||Evelyn Moore|
Don my brother was married to her sister Nancy till she passed away. They were real good people
|phoebe McClurg scaff||Headstone picture|
Thank you so much Don for full filling my
Request of Evelyn Moore headstone Photo,
and thank you for all your time and Hard work
Thank you for the headstone photo for Cona Applegate. It is very much appreciated.
Added by brknhrt on Oct 17, 2015 1:45 PM
|Librarian51||RE: Spelling error|
That's OK. I am guilty of typos all the time. Our minds work faster than our fingers. :)
|Librarian51||RE: Memorial #79981829|
The babies may not have been named. I had "Turner ?" on one. The Death Certificates list one dead at birth and the other might have been dead at birth. One died 1914, and was buried the day after birth/death in Pine Valley. The other died 1916, and was buried the day after birth/death in Pine Valley. Both certificates list Pine Valley. I would suspect they just don't have markers, then, because they were so young, the family just couldn't afford a marker, or the marker was a temporary wooden one. Sometimes a baby is buried with the mother--but the mother didn't die. (Several of my relatives are buried in Pine Valley--so I expect the babies are somewhere, just unmarked.) Thank-you for checking. It is hard tramping through graveyards looking for markers. So, I appreciate your efforts!
|Librarian51||John Boone Applegate|
Thanks so much for taking the time to find and post John Boone Applegate's headstone. My extended family loves all the documentation I've been able to collect with volunteers like you. Much appreciated!
|Ron Parsons||RE: Memorial# 88631326|
Don, I changed the maiden name per your suggestion. In my original entry there was no maiden name from the source I used. Another Find A Grave contributor requested the name McClelland. Thanks!
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