|D. Ness (#47786606)|
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Many thanks for updating Kinnibrugh Cemetery. That will help others doing family research locate their relations. ~ with appreciation, GMG
Added by GMG on Jan 11, 2016 2:03 PM
|GMG||Jacob Chelsey Kinney|
It has always been told within the family; that Jacob Chelsey Kinney was buried near his wife, Eliza Jane Allen Kinney, in Kinnibrugh Cemetery. ~ GMG
Added by GMG on Jan 11, 2016 9:58 AM
|Mike Freels||Joseph Dillard Miller|
I noticed that you are connected to Joseph Miller of Cato Mountain. I believe the cemetery is located on property where Joe Miller once lived which is almost due east from where Reiff's Chapel cemetery is located (in between Hwy 265 and 540). It is on private property, but from the aerial photographs you can see that it is accessible. The Topo maps even list the it as "Cem" on them. I believe this area was once called "Cato Mountain" for the man who lived there, John Cato (buried in Reiff's Chapel). It is currently being researched and I would love to hear from you. Perhaps arrangements could be made to meet up with you and go to the location.
|Carolyn Thomas Sorensen||Joseph Dillard Miller|
Hello, you requested info about our great grandfather (my 3rd, your 4th)Joseph Dillard Miller's grave. I have a lot info (too much to post publicly)about Joseph and my source of info concerning his being buried on Cato Mountain. So, if you would send your email address; I'd be happen to share it with you. Thanks, Your cousin, Carolyn Thomas Sorensen
|Becky Feaster||William Allen - Allen/Pettigrew Cemetery|
Thank you so much for taking this photo. Were you able to decipher his birth date? I can't read it from the photo.
And I was wondering if you had taken any other pics in this cemetery? There are several others in this family plot that I would love to see.... and I didn't see his wife, Elizabeth Pettigrew Allen, in the list on find-a-grave. She died in 1877.
|Duane Anderson Jr||RE: Kari Hanson|
You are welcome. Just a FYI, buried between Kari and Myrtel is a Andreas Hanson Moe, and I took and added pictures of that marker as well. Glad I could help with the pictures.
|M G Slade||RE: Thomas cemetery|
Sorry, but I don't know much about the area. I had family that lived in the area, but moved around Christmas, so I won't be back in that area again.
You can try the forums and probably be able to find somebody there more familiar with the area that can point you in the right direction.