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Cindy Cornwell McCachern (#46810811)
 member for 11 years, 10 months, 25 days
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Deanna McNeeley
John W. Sears
Hi, I just had a question about John W. Sears #52367746 memorial data. He is buried at the Clarksville Baptiste Chruch Cemetery, in Clark Co. Illinos. His find a grave memorial states that he is the son of "T" and S; 35 years, 3 mos., 5 days. Could the "T" possibly be a typo for "J" I believe he may be the son of -Jacob and Sarah (Yaeger) Sears. Sometime the markers are difficult to read and letters get worn off. Would like to confirm if I found my great something uncle. Thanks for all your hard work helping to record family history! :)
Deanna

Added by Deanna McNeeley on Jul 14, 2017 11:58 AM

Kim
RE: Melvin Cornwell
Okay thank you.

Added by Kim on Jul 11, 2017 8:34 PM

Kim
RE: Melvin Cornwell
No, he is not deceased, thankfully. I noticed he is not lised as a child under his mother Anna Virginia Cornwell who is deceased.

Regards.

Added by Kim on Jul 10, 2017 10:33 PM

Nan
Flora A Marvin Gard
Hi Cindy,
I really messed up the first message I left for you. So I am reposting it.
And I do appreciate you posting the cemetery stone info, it has been really helpful in my research. Memorial #46227517 for Flora A Marvin Gard, her mother is shown as Susan C. Jordan Marvin (1830-1861). Susan died prior Flora’s birth. Flora’s mother was Lucetta Johnson Marvin, memorial #21654024.

Illinois, Marriage Index, 1851-1900
Name: Lucetta Johnson
Gender: Female
Spouse Name: William Marvin
Marriage Date: 17 Sep 1865
Marriage County: Clark
Comments: This record can be found at the County Court Records, Film # 1306059 - 1306062.
Thank you,
Nancy

Added by Nan on Jul 08, 2017 5:54 PM

Nan
Flora A Marvin Gard
Thank you very much for posting the cemetery stone information of birth and death dates. Memorial #46227517 for Flora A Marvin Gard, her mother is shown as Susan C. Jordan Marvin (1830-1861). Susan died prior to Mary’s birth. Mary’s mother was Lucetta Johnson Marvin, memorial #21654024.
Thank you,
Nancy

Added by Nan on Jul 08, 2017 5:45 PM

Dogwalker 41
RE: Thank You
Hi Cindy,

You are welcome. Glad to be able to help.

Dogwalker 41

Added by Dogwalker 41 on Jul 06, 2017 1:32 PM

KimonthePatuxent
Evelyn Cornwell
There was a Lillian A Wilson (1930-1957( buried next to her with the transcription "Daughter." Her tombstone was a duplicate of Evelyn's and her husband. Could that have been a daughter?

Added by KimonthePatuxent on Jul 04, 2017 2:09 PM

Capps-Combs
RE: Thank You
You're very welcome! Glad to help.

Added by Capps-Combs on Jul 02, 2017 3:29 AM

Susie Eyster Parks
Jeremiah Crane, Clark, IL
Thanks for all you are doing in this area. It honors all and helps those of us seeking!

Added by Susie Eyster Parks on Jul 01, 2017 3:36 PM

Andrea O'Connor
Lillibell
I'm sorry..... great grandmother. Not great great. I don't know how I typed that twice!

Added by Andrea O'Connor on Jun 29, 2017 2:50 PM

Andrea O'Connor
Lillibell Keys
Hello. I am wondering how or if you're related to the Keys family? Lillibell is my great great grandmother.

Nikki

Added by Andrea O'Connor on Jun 29, 2017 2:47 PM

David G. Briggs
RE: Thank You
Cindy,
You are very welcome! I'm happy to have been of assistance.
Dave B.

Added by David G. Briggs on Jun 26, 2017 8:25 AM

Linda J. Morris
Yeakley & Faught
You must have a hugh tree Cindy and I have a whole lot of ancestors. Do you think we could trade? I went back on all the wives families that I could on my tree so there really is a lot. I also have an old tree on rootsweb.com. If you go to George there are a lot of contributers but I have the largest of them and I am the only one who researched way back. There once was doubt that Anna was the wife until I found the cemetery she is in and guess what, George Faught and Maria Christina bought the plot for her. But I am not about to get into that with others. Been there once before with another grandmother who someone had her daughter married to her father. lol I had someone go to the cemetery and take a photo of the headston which had both her husband and father named on it. The one who really took the hit was their poor daughter. I am extremely please to have found you and you have been a wonderful researcher! Hope to hear from you. Oh, George and Anna had 9 children and I did 7 complete trees, Christina I did not and I could not find one son. By the way, my mother was Betty Louise Yeakley.

Linda

Added by Linda J. Morris on Jun 24, 2017 6:59 PM

Tony M.
RE: Thank You
That's okay. I have just uploaded that Compartment last week & am yet to complete the upload of photos now. It's a slow process.

Added by Tony M. on Jun 24, 2017 6:47 PM

Linda J. Morris
Ops!
Should have said Christina's Grandfather was in the war. Sorry

Linda

Added by Linda J. Morris on Jun 22, 2017 11:46 PM

Linda J. Morris
Christina YEAKLEY
Cindy, I know who her parents were. They were George FAUGHT & Maria Christina Yeakley. I will add her parents but wanted you to know first. Christina actually married 3 times. First was Isaac Depoy who she had 5 children, secondly was George Faught who she had 4 children and I have no informtion on Trout. Trout was a very well known name in Pennsylania so I will begin researching that name. Christina's father was a REV WAR soldier and her name is listed with the first two husbands on the DAR list as decendants.

Linda 47181309

Added by Linda J. Morris on Jun 22, 2017 11:45 PM

Karen Knudsen Collins
Charles mail
Thanks for responding. I tried to request a picture but it won't happen because I got a message that the "limit" of 1 picture request has been reached. It's actually just a view of the York Cemetery and sign. Do you know how best to find someone close to this cemetery that could get a pic of his gravestone?
Thanks Karen Knudsen Collins

Added by Karen Knudsen Collins on Jun 20, 2017 5:45 PM

Treemaker
Cornwall family Ohio, Ind., Mo
Hello Cindy:
I am tracing my maternal grandfather's family and found this connection to you through my 6th great grandfather, Edward Cornwall. Any info on him or his ancestors is appreciated, esp. about when his family came to America and his role in the Revolutionary War.

My line comes from: Edward Cornwell, Frances (Cornwell) Boggess, William C. Boggess, Eliza Susan (Boggess), Erastus Harlan, Mary (Harlan) Palmer, Dr. Russell Harlan Palmer, Nancy (Palmer) Kruse, and me, Russell J. Kruse.

Sincerely,

Russell J. Kruse
Kruselaw1@gmail.com

Added by Treemaker on Jun 20, 2017 4:35 PM

Betty
RE: Thank You
Welcome, just pass it forward, take care, Betty

Added by Betty on Jun 20, 2017 4:23 PM

nathandebora
RE: Thanks
Your welcome, Cindy

Added by nathandebora on Jun 16, 2017 3:43 PM

MEC
RE: Thank You
You are very welcome!

Added by MEC on Jun 14, 2017 12:11 PM

Shelley Hill
Henry Cornwell
Hello,
I was looking at your Henry Cornwell and noticed that you might need to change the death date as the picture of the headstone has the death date as 1975. I just thought you would like to know.
Find A Grave Memorial# 31917865
Thanks,
Shelley Hill
Shelbyville, Indiana

Added by Shelley Hill on Jun 13, 2017 10:59 AM

Stephen Decker
RE: Thank You
You are welcome.

Added by Stephen Decker on Jun 13, 2017 3:21 AM

Joyce M.
RE: Thank You
You're very welcome.

Added by Joyce M. on Jun 12, 2017 2:38 PM

Bob
Daril E. Cornwell
Daril not Daniel-correction from cemetery site.

Added by Bob on Jun 12, 2017 10:04 AM

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