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CatheaC (#47339429)
 member for 6 years, 10 months, 6 days
RE: Friends Chapel Cemetery
I am related to most, if not all, the Scott's in this cemetery.

Added by bhd on Jun 23, 2017 8:28 AM

Lori Watkins
Ann Covert Smith
Ann Covert Smith #176113904 is actually buried in Marion County, Indiana in Fall Creek Cemetery. Her Memorial there is #33079591. The transcription at Fall Creek is not very accurate but the stone is hard to read.

Added by Lori Watkins on Jun 21, 2017 8:06 PM

Doni Wright
Allen McCaslin #8455854
Cathea, I've added the obituary you gave me. Find A Grave asked me on one of my memorials to remove an obituary siting the fact that they are copyrighted. I didn't remove it. I always give the paper credit. So keep sending them.


Added by Doni Wright on Jun 10, 2017 2:13 PM

Kathie AAH
Benjamin Haggard
Thank you so much for sharing the information on Benjamin's first marriage to Clarinda, and also his parentage. I've added the info. to his memorial and really appreciate you taking the time to let me know!

Added by Kathie AAH on Jun 09, 2017 11:52 AM

Glenda Barry
Mary Allen

Thanks for sending the obituary, I have added it to the memorial. Let me know if you want a transfer.


Added by Glenda Barry on Jun 03, 2017 2:49 PM

charlotte Smith
ann Covert Smith
I see listed a William T Covert as the brother of Ann. that is not so. The father of Ann was Cornelius Covert who married 4 times. Married first to Sally Smock in 1804--so Ann is daughter of Cornelius and Sally. He married 2nd Margaret Corn 1831 and had William T,Daniel E, Jeruha Covert.
Jerusha is buried under name Jerusha Kerlin

Added by charlotte Smith on May 10, 2017 4:19 PM

charlotte Smith
daniel covert
I am trying to find information on Daniel Covert of Johnson Co Indiana d abt 1883.I notice you posted some Covert Information I am also looking for Cornelisu Covert who d
1858 Thank you for any clues or help

Added by charlotte Smith on May 10, 2017 10:11 AM

Nick Firestone
RE: Hutchins
Glad to help. It was an interesting search.


Added by Nick Firestone on May 08, 2017 7:07 PM

Frank Merriman
Malinda Musselman, d. 1911
Just letting you know that I finally went to the Marion Co. Health Dept. The lady could not locate Malinda's death certificate. Maybe it's there somewhere but who knows. So, all we have is the death notice in the newspaper. Maybe I'll look for it again later on. On the bright side I did get 12 certs that I was looking for. Thanks again for all of your help.

Added by Frank Merriman on May 03, 2017 9:31 PM

BJ Mann
RE: Marsh
According to the information that I have, Gravener Marsh Sr was first married to Ann Ely Matson, daughter of Peter Matson and Ann Ely (which possibly was later written Eli). All of the children were Ann's. I have this note on Gravener Jr's file...

"Gravner (sic) Marsh filed two petitions on behalf of his children 19 Feb 1798, to receive their legacy from their grandmother, Ann Matson of Montgomery Co. - one for minor children under 14, one for minor children over 14. This child [Gravener Jr] was 19."

So if Ann Matson was their grandmother, that gives substance to the information above. I can download what documentation I have, and send it on to you, but I'd prefer to do that via email, if you don't mind. I think you can email me through my page? So you wouldn't have to make it public. If not, send me a message here again, and I'll put it in my reply.

I suspect Elizabeth Oliphaunt was Gravener Jr's wife, but I've not been in that part of my tree for a long time, and see there are a few loose ends to tie up, that being one. Insert a heavy sigh here... I have too danged many relatives lol.

Gravener Sr's second wife, Hannah Moore, was the sister of Lydia Moore, who married Gravener Sr's son James, making her her own sister's stepmother-in-law. Someone else had a disagreement with that, but I know that at the time, I did do serious cross-checking on it, and I'm afraid that's the conclusion I reached, personally.
Regards, Barbara

Added by BJ Mann on Apr 28, 2017 1:01 PM

Mary Downing-Mahan (gravehuntermary)
Hi Speedy
Thanks for the super fast link. Everyone says I'm fast but I barely blinked 3 times and Cornelia Allen Cox was done. Thanks for adding her. I looked for her for years and finally found her married name in her dad's will.

Added by Mary Downing-Mahan (grave... on Apr 18, 2017 4:16 PM

Ive tried to rotate it few times. For some reason it keeps showing up sideways. Maybe you could save the photo and try to upload it?

Added by JMorgan on Apr 13, 2017 9:07 PM

Mike Casey
Resurrection: DRAKE
Thanks for linking Stacee with her mom. This and all your efforts are appreciated.

Added by Mike Casey on Apr 13, 2017 1:57 PM

Hilda Fry
Thank you so much for your help.
Thank you so much for all your help in finding Eliza Catherine Cranfill's grave for me. I could not have done it on my own. And say "thanks" to Mark for his help with the grave photo and the obituary for Eliza's first husband. Both of you have gone above and beyond to help me find my great aunt, whose married name was actually Lydia Katharine Day (with various spellings for Katherine). It's good to know also where some of her children are buried, and once again, I would not have known any of this without your help.
Hilda Fry

Added by Hilda Fry on Apr 05, 2017 7:49 AM

Christopher Padgett
Yes -- that's my situation -- including 168 three ring binders full of photographs, pedigree charts, maps, article, etc. I've been digitizing and processing it all over a five year period and am not half way through it.

Added by Christopher Padgett on Mar 28, 2017 4:33 PM

Christopher Padgett
RE: obit
I just have an old clipping (I have a huge box full of them). My guess is it's the Courier-Journal as that is the newspaper for Louisville, Kentucky, and would have likely been where her obit ran.

Added by Christopher Padgett on Mar 28, 2017 3:14 PM

Christopher Padgett
Thank you
Thank you for making the edits. I really appreciate it. Have a beautiful day.

Added by Christopher Padgett on Mar 28, 2017 2:37 PM

Pat Harmatuk Baker
RE: Cave Hill
Thank you! I tell myself all the time when adding JUST add the photos!! I can't. Someone may be looking for the information that I didn't make time to find. We are in this for the same help these families. And to bring them together finally. YOU keep up the good work, too.

Added by Pat Harmatuk Baker on Mar 27, 2017 7:26 PM

Rob M
RE: Barth's in Cave Hill
I had a photo request for them and noticed the problem when loading the pictures. Seemed like you would just change the name to Louis and you did!

Added by Rob M on Mar 26, 2017 6:23 PM

Hazel Reeves
Thank you for the transfer, your kindness is appreciated.

Added by CaseyConnections on Mar 26, 2017 11:19 AM

Hazel Reeves
Would you please transfer Hazel Reeves to me, memorial #163011947. Burial: Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Greenwood, Johnson County, Indiana. Thank you for your time.

Added by CaseyConnections on Mar 26, 2017 6:01 AM

Diane Gravlee
RE: Wilson Cem in Green Co, KY.
Glad you weren't the one who posted the coordinates! I really didn't think it would have been you. For next time, you can go to the Find A Grave Forum and look for Cemetery Corrections, click on that and scroll down to the bottom to add your comment. Be sure to give them the link to the particular cemetery or they won't do anything. It has been nice chatting with you.

Added by Diane Gravlee on Mar 23, 2017 1:35 PM

Diane Gravlee
RE: Wilson Cem in Green Co, KY.
Well, we spent half our day today going around in circles. We went to coordinates listed on Find A Grave for the Wilson Cemetery and ended up south of Greensburg at what we later discovered was the called the Wilson Family Cemetery on Twelve Oak Rd. There were only 20 burials, so we knew we were in the wrong place. Made a trip to Campbellsville (Greensburg's library was closed) to see if the library could help. Turns out the SAME coordinates were used for both the Wilson Cemetery on Gabe-Wilson Cemetery Road and the Wilson Family Cemetery on Twelve Oak. I will send a correction to Find A Grave with what we now have as correct for the Wilson Cemetery in Gabe. It is a nice cemetery (circa 700 burials) and as you said, some very old stones to the far right. You did a great job of covering all the legible markers with photos. Didn't find any on the request list because they almost all died before 1900 and were probably those with just a rubble stone for a marker. Anyway, the coordinates were a problem, but we feel good that we can correct it easily. It was worth the trip from the nearby counties.

Added by Diane Gravlee on Mar 22, 2017 7:29 PM

Diane Gravlee
RE: Wilson Cem in Green Co, KY.
Thanks for your reply. We are on a trip and did decide to venture up and spent today near Puryear, Tennessee. We are doing a few other cemeteries in Hart, Taylor and LaRue Counties in Kentucky, so we may just take a gander at Wilson Cem in Green County anyway. But we won't expect to find anything based on your comments. Appreciate the help. Diane

Added by Diane Gravlee on Mar 20, 2017 4:25 PM

Diane Gravlee
Wilson Cem in Green Co, KY.
I noticed that you added a photo of Luther Druin/Dreun's grave marker in Wilson Cem in Green Co, KY. I wondered if you photographed all the possible Druin (& various other spellings) burials in this cemetery when you visited there? I have a relative named Johnnie Druin, who died in 1896, buried there, but he does not have a grave marker photo. Would it be worth my while to drive from Mississippi up to Kentucky to see if he has a grave marker to photograph?
Diane Druin Gravlee

Added by Diane Gravlee on Mar 18, 2017 4:55 PM


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