|Ellen Miller (#48190978)|
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|Rachel White||RE: Infant Bischel Son of Jakob & Louise|
It might have been buried again. I know exactly where it is. If you go again, I can meet you there and show you. Or, next time I'm there, I'll try to take photos of the area so you can find it in relation to other things in the cemeter.
|Jason Walker||RE: Directions to Meal-Moore|
According to the Clermont County Gen. Society, this is on private property, here is what their website says, I do not have any more info than this:
Directions: Owner of property wishes to keep private. Crane Schoolhouse Road to right on Moore. About midway
on Moore Road.
Pictures were taken by Pamela Smith, CCGS member, on September 24, 2006. No one is maintaining
(but they do guard and protect) the cemetery on private property.
|Terry B. Hardy||cemetery location request|
Hi Ellen ~
Name of cemetery & state ?
Terry B. Hardy
|Nicole Bovey||RE: miller|
|Nicole Bovey||RE: Daniel & Mary Lambert Miller|
Yes, I have been to the graveyard there in Illinois. My parents are from Illinois and we have lived in California since the 1960s. The Millers are on my paternal side, but then through maternal lines from there. The Millers came from Washington County, Maryland before Illinois and there is a lot of information about that county. You will see in the Brethren Cemetery that many or most of those folks all came from Washington County. I found that very interesting. I have many lines in that cemetery. I have not been to Washington County, MD, but I had a genealogist at the historical society there do a little research for me. Since then, I have also found that there are histories of the county in libraries that have some odds and ends included. I live in Southern CA if you ever are interested to discuss the history or work on the lines together. Thanks for writing. Nicole
|Paula Curcio||RE: directions|
|evelyn carrico||RE: Wm Martin|
Probably not but where is that person buried as I took pics of stones that might be detioriated soon. E
|Eli Chandler||William Harvey, Sr.|
Hi Ellen, thanks for getting in touch with me. I have not done much original research on the Harvey`s yet. Just restored this cemetery recently and still not done. Living several states away can be a problem. It has been really hard for many reasons. For one the cemetery is not in New Franklin but Find A Grave cannot help me with their rules and limited employees. I only reported what I read from others work as I have been busy working on other lines and cemetery`s. If you can prove that anything is wrong I would be glad to correct it. I hope to eventually get to the Harvey`s but are working on many other projects first. Stay in touch and maybe we can get to the bottom of it all one day. If I can answer any specific questions you have I will be glad to try. Keep the faith. Sincerely, Cousin Eli
|Farm Girl from MO.||McDavitt's|
I have been working on the McDavitt family (Macon Co., MO. area) most of today and have linked most of the family together or at least tried to. Some I had to use hyper-links to get them linked until other contributors/Find A Grave does the edits I sent out. I did find one connection between the McDavitt's and my family since one of them married into the Broyles family and I have Broyles in my Miller family. Grace (Broyles) Miller was my great-great grandmother! Hope this helps, Farm Girl from MO.
|Nancy Meadows||RE: Charles Finnell|
No, I am not related to the Finnells. David Finnell is who you need to contact. He is the creator of the Charles Finnell memorial, and has lots of Finnell history. My email is the same as it has been, and is provided in my profile.
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