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|Tami||George Helm in Evergreen Cem|
I am photographing all of the markers in block 39 in Evergreen Cemetery, Everett, Washington, and came across the marker for your George Helm. I have a picture but have a list of markers to clean. So am posting the "before" cleaning picture.
Let me know if you would like any other views taken. A very pretty cemetery here.
Cheers from Washington-
Added by Tami on Aug 01, 2014 8:58 PM
|Sherrie Lee||George Strongs in Paradise|
Your information you provided for George A and George Earnest Strong has been added to their memorials.
|Allen Shepherd||RE: Sir Lawrence Bathurst|
I have put the various versions in my records. That seems appropriate. I would love to go to Lechlade, England, the historical home of the Bathurst's, to see if he is buried there. If he went home to England, as many Tories did after the Revolution, then it would seem logical that he's buried in Lechlade.
|Allen Shepherd||Sir Lawrence Bathurst|
Burial spot of Sir Lawrence not confirmed in my records. "Ruth Coleman, /Lawrence Bathurst, 1757-1845 of Centre County, Pennsylvania/ quotes from one source, James B. Linn /History of Centre and Clinton Counties, PA (1883)p. 8/ which says "he eventually returned to England, via Canada and died there in 1780." Another source says he went to Georgia and died there in 1780." Dwight Lawrence Bathurst, p. 24 says that he "quite likely died in Norristown, PA."
As to burial site of wife Anne Roberts, I have no idea. I haven't had the time to physically trace down these leads. If you can verify any of them, please let me know.
|kateb||RE: Fred Borgen|
I will need your address.
Added by kateb on Mar 16, 2014 5:39 PM
One day soon, the snow will be gone and I will look for his marker. But, I am a curious sort and found two news articles about the robbery. Would you like them?
Added by kateb on Mar 15, 2014 9:32 AM
|Ed Barnhart||Lona Helm|
Lona Helm transferred to you today. Thanks for the request.
|Phyllis||Helm family info|
I believe the information on his memorial
page is correct. I received it from a long time
researcher, Art, on the Helm's and connecting families. This is my husband's family. Sam McCord, the one who placed his picture on the memorial can help you more than I can. He is my
husband's first cousin and has also done a great
deal of research. Contact him and he will be more than happy to help you I'm sure. I'll email Sam and tell him to expect one from you. Thank you so much for your kind words for my husband.
Have a pleasant day.
Added by Phyllis on Feb 16, 2014 10:33 AM
|NLColes||RE: Thomas Cannon in Crown Hill|
Added by NLColes on Feb 02, 2014 3:07 PM
Do you know anything about Elizabeth Richardson Cannon (1819 - 1888)? I am especially interested in the Richardson's who were in Dearborn County, Indiana in the early 1850's.
Added by Cina on Jan 26, 2014 5:53 PM
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