|Bryan Castleman (#47708998)|
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My research interests are the family names of Castleman/Casselman, Waers, Ekstrom, Hoff, Androff, Kellogg, Beck to name a few. I have an account on Ancestry.com. where I do most of my research. |
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|Kathie||Schindewolf @ StL Calvary|
I just posted a picture for him. I also took a look at his Death Cert, at the time of his death Rosalyn was his wife. I have put in a request to link Rosalyn and him.
Added by Kathie on Oct 13, 2014 12:11 PM
|LeAna Wiechnik||RE: Thank You|
You are very welcome and it was my pleasure. I wish I could have cleaned them up better for you, maybe if I go back again I will give it another try. I figured being a Fitzhugh in Va she was related to the Lee's and the Washingtons.
|Leo J. Offerman||RE: Thanks|
Your welcome, glad to help..
|Betty Frain||RE: Nat Castleman|
I hope I got back to you before this. Just trying to clean up some things. I do have some Castlemans in my database, but what you see on Nats memorial is all I have. Can send you the other, but it probably not that complete.
You're very welcome, I'm happy to help.
|Kathy Holland, Gates to the Past Genealogy||RE: Question|
Okay--it's been added.
|Melody Press Sloan||Emeline Castleman|
Hi -- I saw your request for a photo of this grave. I recently went to the Chautauqua County Poorhouse Cemetery and did locate the cemetery (against all odds). The cemetery is very overgrown with brush, briars, etc. There are very few markers and they only show that someone is buried there, no names at all. I have heard that there might be some kind of map of who is buried where in that cemetery, at the Courthouse in Mayville but I have not pursued it. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but I don't think you are going to get a picture of this grave. Melody Press Sloan
|Ron Kinney||Emiline Castleman/Poor House Cemetery|
In the summer of 2010 I finally found the cemetery. I asked permission because the cemetery is on private property now. The owner told me to go ahead and pointed the way. I am sorry to say that all the headstones in the cemetery have been removed not knowing where they went. There are two memorial stones there, one very old stone that reads, In memory of the inmates of the Chautauqua Poor House who died and were buried here from 1832 to 1864 about 600 in total. A second stone rededicating the cemetery which reads, The Chautauqua Poor Farm Cemetery, at this site are buried approximately 1600 individuals, most of whom died as residents of the Poor Farm, the cemetery one acre in size, was used for almost 100 years, beginning in 1832, Rededicated in 2001. I have put these photos on the memorials of other residents of the Poor Farm in the cemetery. If you want the photos put on the memorial of Emiline Castleman, I will be glad to add them
Sincerely, Ron Kinney
|Kathy Holland, Gates to the Past Genealogy||RE: Thanks!|
You're more than welcome!
|Tammy Beck||castleman history|
Hi Bryan! My name is Tammy Beck and I have been researching family history for quite some time. My grandparents were Glen William Beck and Dorothy Eileen Crosby Beck. His parents were Charles and Georgia(Register) Beck and Georgia's parents were John William Register and Missouri Elizabeth Castleman Register. I have some information on the Becks and Registers, but I don't know much on the Castleman family. I have heard that they were from Missouri because Georgia was born in Missouri, but I don't know much else. I was wondering if you might be able to fill in some of the blanks for me. I would greatly appreciate any help that you could give me.
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