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Jane Barber Williams (#46888079)
 member for 10 years, 28 days
Connection to Jane Annette Barber?
I am wondering if there is a connection to the Jane Annette Barber who married Orin J Nicholson, my 1st cousin 1x removed. The marriage took place in Reno, NV in August 1976, and her last name at that time was "Russell". Orin and Jane lived in Sacramento, CA until their deaths - Orin in 2001 and Jane 2010.

Could you help me make a connection?

Added by myresearch on Nov 17, 2015 4:45 PM

Doris Hartman
RE: Adabelle Stone
I think free ground is like Potter's Field. The city or county buried people who had no money or no relatives to take responsibility. No grave in that section has a marker.

Added by Doris Hartman on Apr 23, 2015 10:20 AM

Doris Hartman
Adabelle Stone
You have a photo request at Franklin Cemetery, Venango Co, PA, for Adabelle Stone. According to cemetery records, she is buried in free ground and has no marker.

Added by Doris Hartman on Apr 22, 2015 5:12 PM

Laurel O'Neil
History of St. Paul's
Would you have any history on St. Paul's Church itself? Someone mentioned it burned in 1915 but I have been unable to find information as to the event or any history. Any help you can give will be truly appreciated. Thank you, Laurel A. O'Neil

Added by Laurel O'Neil on Aug 01, 2014 7:54 AM

Joyce Niswander
RE: Mary Kurtz Barber
You are welcome.

Added by Joyce Niswander on Aug 07, 2013 2:28 PM

Sheila Peckham
Content Palmer Barber was living with her son in Napoli NY when the 1875 State Census was taken.

Added by Sheila Peckham on Jan 08, 2013 5:20 PM

Sheila Peckham
RE: Amos and Hannah Palmer
I do not know much abt Ezekial. The property I live on was owned by Col Moses Barber, son of Capt James Barber and Margaret Wilcox. Moses was marriedd to Elizabeth Belcher. They are all buried in South Kingstown Cemetery #1 which is abt a 2 minute walk from my house--also on property my father-in-law bought from descendants of Moses in 1961. There were two houses on the property then--he fixed up the newer one that Moses' son Stillman had lived in. By 1968, the other house that we believe Gardiner Barber and his sister known as blind Miss Sarah, was in such bad shape, we tore it down but saved the granite foundation to build our home on.
These Barbers owned several mills and the foundations are still there.

Added by Sheila Peckham on Jan 08, 2013 5:19 PM

Sheila Peckham
RE: Amos and Hannah Palmer
No problem that cem is abt 5 minutes from my house--I was married in the litle church there almost 45 years ago.

Added by Sheila Peckham on Jan 07, 2013 4:37 PM

Sheila Peckham
RE: Henrietta Barber
According to the book I have,
#81 Ezekial Barber, 18 Mar 1779-29 Apr 1847
#82 David Barber c1813-20 Oct 1833
#83 Amos Palmer Vet Civil War c 1812-10 Feb 1879
#84 Hannah, wife of Amos c 1816-26 Apr 1901
#85 Henrietta, daughter of Henry and Nancy

These are grave numbers but appear to be in same plot.

Added by Sheila Peckham on Dec 12, 2012 3:03 PM

Sheila Peckham
RE: Henrietta Barber Tombstone
her grave was #85 and his is #81

Added by Sheila Peckham on Dec 11, 2012 4:46 PM

RE: Holmes in Boyne Valley
Lucy Holms i have on
boyne valley.
this weekend i will stop at maple lawn and find the ones there and post them......

Added by mourninglory on Jun 22, 2012 1:23 PM

Holmes in Boyne Valley
Hi there,
i stopped by Boyne valley cemetery tonight.
But they do not have a Jay Holmes listed on their listing on the door at the cemetery.
There is a Byron and a few other Holms but not yours.
I even checked Maple Lawn in Boyne City too and there were three Holmes there.
Emma and a Mrs and another one which i have forgotten her name.
So that is all i can tell you for now.

Added by mourninglory on Jun 21, 2012 5:04 PM

Cyndi Devereaux-Waeiss & Bob Waeiss & Doretta Thom
RE: Holmes
You are most welcome, so glad we could help!

Added by Cyndi Devereaux-Waeiss & ... on Apr 15, 2012 7:01 PM

Nancy O,
RE: Hannah Champlin
You're welcome. It's a nice sunny day today. I had to go up the road on another errand and finally remembered to jot down the request and take my camera on the way out the door. Glad I could help.

Added by Nancy O, on Nov 03, 2011 10:26 AM

Hallie's parents
I just looked at the index to see if the parents could be buried in a different section, and indeed they are. Go to this link
to see their marker. So that leaves a question about who "Mrs. Cook" is. Maybe Hallie's paternal grandmother?


Added by dingwall on Oct 28, 2011 7:45 AM

RE: Hallie Cook
According to the cemetery's records "Mrs. Cook" is buried in the grave next to Hallie, but there was no marker. When they break, the cemetery cements them into the ground, like Halllie's. But given enough time, they do sink into the ground. Also, it may be a case of having been a wooden marker, now deteriorated completely, or no marker at all.

Best wishes,


Added by dingwall on Oct 28, 2011 7:40 AM

Rick Tetlak
RE: Julius and Lenora Ruoff
I endeavor to be of service to all and especially my friends.

Added by Rick Tetlak on Oct 27, 2011 8:43 PM

Rick Tetlak
Thank you
Jane I get my pleasure from helping others.

Added by Rick Tetlak on Oct 25, 2011 7:37 AM

Ron Kinney
RE: Sarah Parsell
Hi Jane, You're very welcome, glad to help.

Added by Ron Kinney on Oct 10, 2011 9:56 AM

leon burnap
RE: Helen Holmes
you are welcome even it is a lot of work.
Leon Burnap
Norfolk Town Historian

Added by leon burnap on Oct 07, 2011 5:31 PM

Tiffany Dorey
RE: Emerett Morgan
Welcome =)

Added by Tiffany Dorey on Sep 05, 2011 4:07 PM

RE: Archa Grimes

just found this website, Salem public library has many cemeteries transcribed on line--looks like a gold mine-- I never knew it was there,

your Sussana Grimes doesn't show up in Glasier Cem.


Added by Lorry on Jun 05, 2011 3:41 PM

RE: Archa Grimes
glad I could help.
the cemetery is in very poor condition. I did photo everything that was legible and some that weren't. Many stones are fallen or broken so Sussanah's stone may be down.

Added by Lorry on Jun 05, 2011 3:28 PM

Mary Ann Lockwood
RE: Phebe Hutchins
I enjoyed fulfilling your request.

Added by Mary Ann Lockwood on Apr 13, 2011 2:12 PM

Jonathan Hart
RE: Mary Seeker
You are welcome for the transfer. I should have looked on the side of the monument the first time I took a picture. The only other stone I could see near the Seeker monument was a small stone, possibly for an infant, that was not readable. Jon.

Added by Jonathan Hart on May 29, 2010 5:18 PM


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