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|Sally Davis||Eliz. Wood Potter #110877277|
Thanks so much for doing updates to my 9th great grandmother.
|Leslee Campbell Lindstrom||Memorial #107567940|
Martha Trowbridge Campbell was married to Amos Campbell b. abt 1820 NY d. abt 1870 Ill. I have searched all graves, ancestry sites etc and cannot find his grave or any burial information. If you could shed some light or have suggestions, I would appreciate hearing from you or anyone.
|Matt Pryber||Lillian Hay|
Hello grave digger would you like Lillians profile transferred I personally would rather to keep profiles in families if able.
|Taphophile Duo||RE: Betsey Marie (Higley) Davie # 89642248|
Not a problem. If I get up that way again I'll try to get a better picture. It's kind of out-of-the-way. Really need to be going there as it's not between two points anyone would be heading!
|Susan Ford||Barber-Love Cemetery|
Thank you for tracking down some information on the Barber-Love cemetery and a few burials there. You could add to Live Clark Barber that his son's (Clark Levi) autobiography described him as "He was a stirring man, full of energy and enterprise." I have a source on history of DeKalb that gives his birth year as 1784 and death as 1859, rather than the dates you post - but I don't know which are correct.
I have sought in vain the graves of some of his other children (he had 8) and think they must be in that cemetery, if you found any records. From Sally Rood: Henry (1810-aft 1864), Lyman R. (1812-1853, my ancestor), maybe Amelia (1817-1860's, married Luman Huntley). I think the others are buried elsewhere, some located, some not.