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|My Great Grandfather on my father's side came to Kansas from Wisconsin, but unfortunately he was adopted and all the adoption records in Spartan, WI burned in a fire. This leaves us with no way to trace back our ancestors on my father's side. |
Gt Grandfather was Harry Daily and he was adopted by John & Anna (Carvey) Daily from Spartan, WI. John's parents were Stewart & Betsy (Egleston) Daily, going back to Pennsylvania. If anyone is related to any of these people, please contact me!
We have even tried DNA testing with other members of the family, but to no avail. My mothers grandparents came from Sweden and it has been very difficult to find records on them too.
So, I decided to look into my husband's sides of the family. What a wealth of information we have on both sides, dating back to the early settlers of Pennsylvania.
I like to find out-of-the way cemeteries then taking pictures of those that don't have headstones.
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|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Mrs Addie Taylor Sawyer|
Jan, Thanks for beautiful tombstone photo for Mollie Taylor & Addie (Taylor) Sawyer. I knew Addie had to have a tombstone since her niece, Marion Sawyer & her mother are in the Gypsum Hill Mausoleum. Richard
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Molly Taylor #134857073|
Jan, Molly Taylor is a sister of Addie Sawyer. On the above memorial, it is stated that Molly shares a marker with Addie Sawyer. Richard
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Marion Sawyer #106248669|
Jan, Would you add the photo on her mother's site on the above site for Marion Sawyer? You took the beautiful photos. Thanks in advance, Richard
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Melander Sites--Gypsum HILL|
Jan, Thanks for beautiful photos on the above sites. I have put in links from all his children in Saline county to their Melander parents in Gypsum HILL. Richard.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Gypsum Hill UNMARKED GRAVEs|
Jan, Thanks for recent photos on sites in Gypsum Hill. When you find an UNMARKED grave, please put your tombstone icon saying UNMARKED grave on the site. You put one of these tombstone photos on one of my sites & it is the best way to tell me there is no marker. It looks good. Thanks, Richard. I have a list of UNMARKED graves in Gypsum Hill in a virtual cemetery. Richard
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Eva Jennings #107604918|
This is a totally different person, I believe. Please remove your photo on this site & I will put in a photo request for this Eva Jennings at this location. Thanks, Richard.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Gypsum Hill, not Mt Auburn|
Jan, I guess I'm still asleep, I have Mt Auburn on my mind outside Boston. Anyway, you know the cemetery I'm talking about. Richard
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Samuel, Hattie & Clyde Brown|
Jan, Thanks info & tombstone photos on above sites in Mt. Auburn as well as your other work on my sites. I appreciate your time going out and finding these graves. It is too bad no one was around to put Hattie's inscription on the tombstone with son, Clyde Brown. Richard
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Hopkins, Roland & Others|
Jan, thanks for all your beautiful photos on the above sites in Gypsum Hill. How are you holding up in the wonderful hot climate? Drink alot of water. I will take this any day to snow. Richard
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Rull Family|
Jan, Thanks for beautiful photos on above sites in Gypsum Hill. I have updated their lineage. Richard
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