|rhonda carver buffington (#48247792)|
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|Carolyn Russell||Henry C Howard|
Our Genealogical Society is making a Civil War book of vets that lived in Boone County, Nebraska. We are looking for Henry C. Howard. I was wondering if you know anything more about #25322957 in Lambert Cem, in Holt County, Nebraska.
Thank you, Carolyn #47500106
|Marlene Andes||HARTSVILLE CENTER CEMETERY|
You put a posting that you are looking for photos for the Hartsville Center Cemetery. Go to this link and I have a "virtual" map on my website which contains most of the graves in our cemetery http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~manymiles/index.htm
I am the Secretary for this cemetery and also have seven generations of ancestors buried here.
|David Doherty||Angenette Amidon|
Trying to help locate her stone for you.
I found her fathers stone but see no other stones in the plot that Outerbridge Horsey Amidon owned.
Any information about where she may have been buried?
|mrsthing||David Carver, #82850230|
You have his DOB as 1669 and DOD as 10 October 1810. That's 141 years! The document attached to the memorial says he was 70 when he died, giving him a DOB in 1740.
I have David Carver b. 1669 in my Ancestry.com tree, and have his DOD as 17 September 1727. You have the wives correct. I don't know where he's buried as I have no other records, though there is a record for a David Carver who died 17 September 1727 in Canterbury, CT. No record of where he's buried.
It seems like you have information from two different people combined in this record. The stone is buried so I can't read anything but his name, so I can't say which David Carver it is for.
Added by mrsthing on Oct 05, 2014 11:52 AM
|Jay Kacena||Catherine Moore|
Oak Shade records do not show a person buried there by this name but one named "Cassie" Moore, a possible nickname I suppose. "Cassie" died in 1901. Do you have any evidence that these women are one and the same?
|DebL||RE: Thank You|
You're welcome! The Reed family stones are under heavy shade most of the year, so it was nice to be there on a day when the sun and absence of overhead leaves provided an opportunity to get readable pictures. One of the pictures of Samuel's stone is upside down, and the other sideways. But when I oriented them right side up, the angle of the stone was disorienting. I felt like I was falling forward onto it. If conditions permit, I may try to get a better shot. Best regards -Deb
Added by DebL on Apr 28, 2014 7:20 AM
|Gary Walker||Eliza McDonald grave photo request|
There was not an individual marker for Eliza, so I posted a photo of the McDonald Marker on the plot. I can get photos for David, Edgar and Edith McDonald for you if you would like to request them, as they all have a named marker on the plot.
|INDIANATURTLE||Willey, Garner, Buffington, et al|
I responded to your message via email a few weeks back, along with invite to my Ancestry tree. Let me know if you didn't receive it.
Hi Rhonda! Charles and his wife Mary are distant relatives of mine. I was wondering if you know of any other family members that may be buried in the farm field? Or if you could direct me to where I may check myself?
Also, I have a membership on ancestry.com and can look up information for you, if you're related to the Tripp or Hill family. I've been moving information I glean from ancestry.com over to findagrave to help family members who can't afford $400/yr at ancestry. If you are related... hello cousin!
Added by Renae✫ on Mar 14, 2014 5:38 AM
|INDIANATURTLE||RE: Mary Willey|
Rhonda, I've transferred the memorials to you. I will send you an email within the next week.
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