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Grace Zion Johnson (#47145703)
 member for 8 years, 2 months, 29 days
Danny D
RE: Find a Grave # 91247691
The detailed information was submitted by another Woodmansee researcher. I have no other information.

Added by Danny D on Jul 31, 2016 5:40 PM

LyndaBentz
Edward Elsworth Chapin
I believe he had two wives, first, Jessie Elizabeth Meckibbeb. Nellie McKibben was the 2nd wife. Nellie had Mayme Chapin,

Added by LyndaBentz on Jul 27, 2016 12:33 PM

sun_shinetoo@yahoo.com
Esler - Gallagher
I can't link sisters.
They can only be linked if I add them to their parents.
When requesting changes or additions it would be very helpful
if you would use the Edit button on the memorial page.
Please log in before doing so.
Thank You! Karen

Added by sun_shinetoo@yahoo.com on Feb 01, 2012 6:34 PM

Pam Leary Wilson
RE: John Doty Rouse
Hello, You are welcome... I didn't actually take the photo though, it was sent to me by another Rouse Cousin several years ago. I live in Washington State.
Which of John's children do you descend from? Write me if you want to compare notes.
pamelalearywilson@gmail.com

Cheers,
PAM

Added by Pam Leary Wilson on Apr 14, 2011 8:06 AM

Chantel
Vivian and Robert Brown
Sorry this reply is kind of late.

Thank you for looking, I appreciate it. My family has confused me so much with Vivian and Robert's burial situations, but my grandma (their daughter) swears that they're in Forest Hill. Hopefully she's right. They were both cremated, and their ashes buried in the cemetery. I'm assuming they have stones, but no one can give me a straight answer. Is there any way to find out for sure if they have stones or not? I hope they do.

Anyway. There's no rush. I know that winter is basically here, so if I have to wait a few months before I can get any answers, I'm completely okay with that. And if you're not able to find them, that's ok. I appreciate your help anyway. (:

Thanks for your help!
Chantel

Added by Chantel on Nov 19, 2010 4:59 PM

James Burke
Day Family
Thank you very much for posting the photos of my cousin David's marker and those of his family at Forest Hill Cemetery. Your help is greatly appreciated!

Added by James Burke on Nov 14, 2010 7:47 PM

anonymous
RE: Charles Peterson
YES! Charles is my great-grandfather! Burleigh was his son and Edith would be Burleigh's wife. I'd be very pleased for you to add this picture, Grace, and THANK YOU so much for your efforts!

Dawgman

Added by anonymous on Nov 12, 2010 6:49 PM

Airrow
Elizabeth and J Francis
Thank you so much. The J. Francis is her son who died in 1888. I can't seem to get the person who entered the memorials to link him and her daughter to to Elizabeth. Was kind of hoping that some evidence of her husband, Francis, would turn up. I'm thinking he had a small stone like hers that has disappeared. There is a death for a Francis Fish in 1895 that is probably him. Some day I hope to find that proof.

Added by Airrow on Nov 12, 2010 9:35 AM

Susan Petersen
RE: Catherine Beiler Coleman
I was glad to help out! I've been wanting to get photos of all the graves at Sheffer Cemetery and today was a good day to do so.

Added by Susan Petersen on Jun 12, 2010 7:04 PM

the moo
RE: Coleman Family The Hill Cemetery
It's so nice to hear from you that you were able to find your ancestors. Go right ahead and use the photos. I would just ask that you credit any photos of mine that you use to "Meredith Davies." Thanks again for taking the time to write.

Meredith

Added by the moo on Apr 04, 2010 12:15 PM

Frank Pennington
Rebeca and Elisha Pennington
Grace,
Thank you for the "Worldless Wednesday at Wallis Texas" and the tombstone of Rebca and Elisha Pennington. They are by G-grandfather and G-grandmother.
Frank Pennington

Added by Frank Pennington on Feb 21, 2010 4:02 PM

Frank Pennington
Virginia Pennington
Grace,
Thanks for the tombstone photo of Virginia Pennington in Wallis Cemetery. Yes the tombstone is beautiful, also I have made the correction.
Also thank you for featuring her on "Wandering Grave"

Frank Pennington

Added by Frank Pennington on Dec 28, 2009 8:16 AM

Frank Pennington
Virginia Pennington

Added by Frank Pennington on Dec 28, 2009 8:11 AM

Shalynn Fosha-Anderson
Parr Family
Ottowa and his wife Filomena are relatives of my mother in law Susan C. Parr-Anderson. She's find a grave member name rd2parr-anderson. I have info for Ottowa, if you could please add the info and link to his parents.

Ottowa Algar Parr
parents, James Monroe Parr 45169265
Nancy Ellen Clay 45169478

Thanks for taking the time...

Also I'm not sure about the other photos you were speaking about, can you tell me which ones, I'd appreciate it...

-Sha

Added by Shalynn Fosha-Anderson on Dec 14, 2009 2:33 PM

Shalynn Fosha-Anderson
Parr
Thanks for the Parr photos from Wallis Cemetery, they were great! Thanks for taking the time.

Also thanks for setting up a memorial for Leora Parr, I didn't know who Claude married, and you solved the mystery, a million thanks!

-Shalynn

Added by Shalynn Fosha-Anderson on Dec 12, 2009 11:45 AM

Evab41
Langdon
Thanks Grace for the photo of Elsie Clarke Langdon. A very good photo ! I can read the dates real well.
Eva

Added by Evab41 on Jul 10, 2009 12:54 AM

 
 

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