|George McCormick (#47851264)|
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|Sharon Leon||Harriet McCormick|
I added. I also suggested to the woman who's managing the memorial for Elizabeth that she add "Johnson" as her maiden name. The way Findagrave.com has things set up now, instead of asking directly, you can use the edit button on a memorial to add data. It will then be brought to the attention of the person managing a memorial to click on accept or not. I remember that the woman managing Elizabeth (Johnson) McCormick's memorial is related to Elizabeth through the daughter mentioned on Elizabeth's memorial. Sharon
|Sharon Leon||William McCormick data and photos|
Thank you for the great information relating to the William McCormick memorial. Since it could be awhile before I'd have time to do anything with it, I'm wondering if it'd work better for me to transfer William McCormick's memorial to you? Sharon
|Connie Sims||RE: reeds in cody nebraska|
Sorry I can't tell you more about the Reeds, you probably do not remember we had a conversation about this grave back in 2013. I was merely passing through and stopped to get some exercise and took the grave photos. I live in California and am not any relation to the family. Sorry.
|Jennifer Lyon Ravary||Elizabeth Nixon Webb|
I am wondering if Elizabeth Nixon Webb should be in the Webb Chapel Cemetery with her husband, Reverend Benjamin Webb and the majority of their children, rather than Webb Family Cemetery?
Webb Family Cemetery is in Starr Township, whereas Webb Chapel Cemetery is in Falls Township, adjacent to the Church. It appears they lived in Falls township, Starr is further south and on the other side of the Hocking River.
I couldn't locate any records to determine Elizabeth Nixon Webb's burial.
|Connie Sims||RE: Frank Reed in Prarie Lawn Cemetery|
Sorry I am in South
Dakota leaving today for California, my home.
Was Daisy not his first wife?
|Chuck Wallace||Benjamin Webb|
Thank you very much for linking Benjamin to his wife, Elizabeth.
|Sharon Leon||Ida May Newmaster|
I can see what you mean about the marker being hard to read. That's an extremely weathered marker, but at least little Ida still has a marker.
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