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Jill Morris (#48245395)
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I was born in 1955. I have 1 grown daughter, and 2 grandchildren. I am happily married to my husband Mike for 20 years. I am a retired Interior Designer and currently work part time as a sales consultant. I am willing to help others in any way that I can. Ancestry research is my hobby and passion. I live in New Castle, Henry County, Indiana.
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RE: Rhoda Gilbert Hollen

Just corrected it to the Mosley-Napier cemetery.

Thanks for catching that.

Added by LINDA HENDRIX on Oct 08, 2014 8:01 PM
Denny Roach
Rhoda Gilbert Hollen

You have me mistaken for Linda Hendrix. I know nothing about this lady other than what is on findagrave. Her Find A Grave#126702993 and is listed in Flat Creek Cemetery in Creeksville in Clay County.

Added by Denny Roach on Oct 07, 2014 5:01 PM
RE: Martha Bunch
I am so sorry but I can't help you there, I photograph all the headstones in cemeteries. I rarely know any of the burials
And it has been many years ago when I recorded that one.
Added by Terry on Feb 10, 2014 12:13 AM
Brad Foster
RE: Foster Lowery McCullough Cem
I don't live in the Coshocton are either. The entries that I have submitted were from a book published in 1992. My father participated in the collection of the records for that book. Since then, the cemetery continues to be overgrown and more and more difficult to access. The Coshocton Public Library has a genealogy desk. They may be able to help you identify someone who is willing to look for you. When I visited a couple of years ago, I took photos of all of the visible stones. There are others, but they are under thick brush. The cemetery is not visible from the road and the remoteness has minimized vandalism. At the same time, nature is slowly reclaiming what is there.
Added by Brad Foster on Jan 09, 2014 12:28 PM
Janice Lapp
RE: Foster Lowery McCullough Cem
Hi, Jill

I saw your questions. I'm going to send you an email to answer your questions because I did find some things in my books that I want you to know & it is kind'a complicated.
Added by Janice Lapp on Jan 08, 2014 7:57 PM
Sharon Gallagher Smith
Like I said it is probably the wrong bailey. I also have another nancy bailey b 1852 with no parents married to james hoskins b 1849 c/o Joshua Hoskins and Martha Patsy Jones. Have no other info on them. The other nancy I have as Nancy Bailey-McCollum as the sister to your Martha so it is probably wrong don't know where I got that info. She married Nathan Jones b 1814 s/o Isaac V. Jones Sr. So it is not the same one as yours.
Added by Sharon Gallagher Smith on Nov 09, 2013 5:46 PM
Sharon Gallagher Smith
I have a sister of Martha named Nancy Bailey-McCollum no dates but have her married to Nathan Jones 1814-1888 they have a son Daniel T Jones married to Elizabeth Jarvis and Ollie Short no other info?
Added by Sharon Gallagher Smith on Nov 08, 2013 8:40 PM
Sharon Gallagher Smith
Wagers Bailey
Thanks for the correction and info. Do you know where he is buried? Also, how close are you related?
Thanks, Sharon
Added by Sharon Gallagher Smith on Nov 08, 2013 7:43 PM

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