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Cynthia A Scott Franklin
Cynthia A Scott Franklin, # 14425864. I am wondering if you possibly know where her husband James A Franklin Birth 1854 in Lewis County, Kentucky, USA and Death 1937 in Kansas, USA is buried? James' father was Benjamin Franklin Birth 2/1826 in Lewis County, Kentucky, USA and Death between 1900-1910, Parsons Labatte, Kansas. His mother was Malissa Ann Jackson Birth 12/1834 in Ohio, USA and Death 12/02/1909 in Parsons, Labette, Kansas, USA.

On a side note, Franklin was actually not the original surname Benjamin and Malissa fled Kentucky during the civil war to Indiana and change it from Ruark (Rook, Rooke, Rukes) to Franklin.

Added by LeAnn on Jun 20, 2015 3:14 PM
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Jack Jurkovich
Rosemary, I would GUESS that he was not a priest but was the father of children. There are many many other burials in Fernwood that have not been added yet. I am not aware of anyone else working on that cemetery and I have been slow in getting there very much this summer...only added 100 or so this year. I will save your message and let you know if I find more Jurkovichs.
Added by Elaine A on Jul 11, 2014 9:30 AM
RE: Florian
I am not surprised at all that he does not have a marker... He was the 2nd burial in the lot... and he was pretty young. They may not have had the money. The first burial had just been the year before, and that one is unmarked as well.

The cemetery office did not always note markers. They just started doing if for all... like in 2000. Since they are not responsible for them. Call, it can't hurt.

Added by Kathie on Dec 19, 2013 8:09 AM
Please see the comments on the photo... I am sorry, but his individual grave is not marked.

I will shortly post the others for the lot... I just have had a busy couple of days.

Added by Kathie on Dec 17, 2013 5:53 PM
RE: Henry Warneck & Dorothy Wilkenson
Rosemary - I am new to this as well. My husband and I tried to find the cemetery for Dorothy but when we drove to where it's suppose to be we couldn't find it. We're going back this weekend to see if we can find someone who may know what happened to the cemetery. I am going to the Valley Park cemetery tomorrow. I work right around the corner.

I wish I could find someone in New York who would go to the cemetery my grandparents are buried in. Keep doing what you can. It's making a difference in someone's life.
Added by Anonymous on Feb 14, 2013 6:11 PM
Charles Scott/John Scott
You are very welcome. Genealogy is a hobby/passion of mine that I began in 1998, about a year after my Father's death. I am always happy when I can find something that helps others in their genealogical adventures. I wish you nothing but success in yours. If you would like me to assist on you husband's side just drop me an email through findagrave and I will see what I can find. Meantime, happy hunting Detective Drummond lol.
Added by guardianangel on Feb 14, 2013 2:19 AM
John Scott
Further research into John Scott, the alledged father of your Charles Scott, I find that he was born in Edinburg, Scotland in 1706. Arrival in America was in 1738, married Mary Manly in 1743 in Scotland.

Added by guardianangel on Feb 09, 2013 2:08 PM
Charles Scott (1764-1839)
I did find a birth date on an Owen last name for you to look into, but still no first name, the birth date is 1745 and it is said they married 1761 in Surry, North Carolina.

Here is also some information that I found also on John Scott who is the alledged father:

John Scott

According to family history, John Scott was born in North or South Carolina close to the line & he was the son of John Scott and (unknown) Manley/Manly. John (I) was born sometime between 1700 and 1720 and originally came to America from Scotland. Either he or his son John (II) fought in the Revolutionary War. Various records and lists from the war show several John Scotts from both North and South Carolina participating. However, we have yet to identify any of them as ours.

The first written record for John (II) is in South Carolina land records, which shows he obtained "One Hundred acres surveyed for him the 20th of March 1793, situate in the District of Ninety six in Greenville County on the branches of Gap Creek of the Middle Fork of the Saluda River bounded SW, by Ephraim Ellis the other sides vacant." (page 224). This would be very close to the North/South Carolina line. It was also noted that Levi Salyer obtained land in the same area and at the same time. The 1800 census for shows John (and family), his sons Charles, Jesse, and Samuel, along with several of the Salyer family still in Greenville County.

The next written record found is the special Indiana Territory census taken in 1807. This shows John, Charles, Jesse and Samuel, along with some of the Salyer family (shown as "Sailor") in what is then Dearborn County. It is believed that some family members, including John, went to Tennessee before moving to Indiana around 1805/1807.

In 1811, the area that the Scotts and Salyers settled in, became Franklin County. Although his sons (Charles, Jesse, Joel and Samuel) are mentioned several times in the Franklin County records beginning in that year, we have found no record of John anywhere after the 1807 census. He may then have died sometime between 1807 and 1811.


Name: Johnson Co. Museum of History

Title: Scott Family History file
Author: Morgan Scott
Abbrev: Scott Family History file
Date: 28 JAN 2003
Title: 1800 US Census
Abbrev: 1800 US Census
Note: Greenville District, SC, page 267
Date: JAN 2007
Name: Shirley West

Title: Doris Scott Badgley records
Abbrev: Doris Scott Badgley records
Title: Shirley West file
Publication: RootsWeb
Abbrev: Shirley West file
Name: Shirley West

Title: Doris Scott Badgley records
Abbrev: Doris Scott Badgley records
Note: We assume he died in Franklin Co, IN.
Date: 14 OCT 2002
Name: Internet

Title: -
Abbrev: -
Date: 25 FEB 2003
Title: History of Shelby Co, IN
Abbrev: History of Shelby Co, IN
Note: shows 1763.
Date: 2 SEP 2003
Title: Shirley West file
Publication: RootsWeb
Abbrev: Shirley West file
Note: shows Surry County (was part of Rowan County until 1771)
Date: 3 FEB 2003
Added by guardianangel on Feb 09, 2013 1:56 PM
Charles Scott (1764-1839)
I just ran a search on for your Charles Scott to see what other researchers have potentially said his parents were and find the following names for you to research into.

Everyone had John Scott as his father's name. However I have a conflict on what they say his mother's name was. I have an Owen and Owens, neither had a first name listed by anyone who stated this was his mother's name. I also have a Hannah Earle. None of the names had any birth or death information and no one had a date of marriage either.

I hope this information helps you to narrow down your search some for you.
Added by guardianangel on Feb 09, 2013 1:46 PM
Charles Scott (1764-1839)
You are very welcome. I believe that from what I read briefly the book refers to your Charles Scott, amazing man for his times! I didn't read a lot on the Scott family so I don't know if it mentions his parents or not but I wanted to pass the book onto you. As I said, I hope it is of some help to you in your research on your Scott family.
Added by guardianangel on Feb 09, 2013 1:16 PM
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