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Sorry, I don't have a bigger copy of the picture of the stone, but her name is listed as Anna E. Then on the same line it says "His wife". Underneath it gives the years 1860 and 1935.
transferred #75103916 to you. I can't help you with the photo of his headstone, you will need to contact the person who put it on his find a grave memorial. Their name is under the photo. Hope this helps.
Added by Marion on Oct 23, 2016 3:20 PM
He is another relative with the same spelling that I have with only one "T". Still wondering where some had two and some had one. Mystery???
It has been my experience it usually starts out as a boo boo and no one bothers to change it.
My relative is a Schaffner, his family ancestors spelled it the same exact way and yet, his brother started spelling it Shoffner.
Other times it is spelled incorrectly on a document so family sticks with that version. My maiden name is Seem, yet official documents show my direct branch as Seam, Seim, Sim.
Be glad it's just 1 letter, I won't even get into the spelling of my Fark side...lol
I will pull the earliest document I can of your Batchlett/Batchlet and see how long this line used 2 T's.
You are most welcome for the transfers, family needs to be in family hands....
Added by Debbie on Aug 24, 2015 11:07 AM
|Melissa (Lively) Sherry||RE: Memorial# 34291176/Maurel E. Lively Sheets|
You are very welcome! Your husband and I are 5th cousins.. :)
Have a Great Day!