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|Justin L. Smith||Capt Joseph H Kelly|
Capt Joseph H Kelly is an ancestor of mine. You have quite a bit of detailed information about his military career. Do you have documentation of his career in the War of 1812? You mentioned a captain's certificate. Thanks.
It was my honor to do so.
Added by D.Greek on Jul 22, 2016 5:27 PM
How are you doing? It is always good to see you on here. Thank you for everything you do!
This person is buried in Grove Hill Cemetery, Shelby County, KY
Added by TC on May 02, 2015 10:52 AM
|Mark McCrady||RE: Lee Adams|
You are welcome, I was happy to do it.
|JL Hutton||Samuel Hutton's burial|
Hello, you record Samuel Hutton of Grant co KY as buried in Clark's Creek cemetery. I have record of his wife's burial but have no evidence that Samuel is there. Yes I would like to believe but wonder if you have a source for your record. Thanks for any help. Jeanette at email@example.com
|D Hills||Betsy J Miller|
Having searched up and down Clarks Creek Road I only found 1 Cemetery and that was at the Church. I searched Clarks Creek Baptist Church Cemetery and could not find the Millers; Betsy J , Pallistine, & Louisa Jane. An old relative took pictures of their graves stones which I posted, Kentucky records show they are buried at Clarks Creek however I cannot find the cemetery. Can you help me locate were they are buried?
Added by D Hills on Nov 28, 2013 2:36 PM
|Phyllis Raker||Bethel Baptist --Knox|
the stone you have for B. F. Knox
is actually ---- R. F. Knox
and even tho' the death certificate reads
birth 1839, I believe, thru research, he was born 1836.
Robert F. Knox is the son of
Austin and Susan Knox.
Leo Wilson Dietz as you have it as Leo Dietz is duplication. I entered a more detailed regarding my father entry.
Added by jw on Jun 24, 2013 10:47 PM
|Linda Pack Clemmons||George and Amanda Samples|
There are two Samples' Cemeteries in Shelby County. One in the Bagdad area and the other in Waddy area. If I am reading the death certificates correctly it says Harrisonville as their place of residence. This is in the Waddy area. You have placed the request in the Samples Family Cemetery located in Bagdad area. Both cemeteries are listed in the Shelby County Cemetery book but sorry to say George nor Amanda are listed as being buried in either one of them. The Samples Cemetery (in the Waddy area) does show there were 12 graves marked by fieldstones in a survey made in 1979. I suspect your requests would be part of these 12. I will continue to look through the book to see if I can find them anywhere else.
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