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Tom (#47238924)
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Bio Photo My genealogy research has been ongoing for 35 years and have volunteered photo request for about 15 of those years. If I am part of your "tree" I would be glad to share whatever I have to further your research.
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Tom Myers
RE: John Heller
The John/Mary Heller in Richland Twp. in 1870 are John Heller (1775-1874) and Maria Magdalena (Wagner) Heller (1788-1880), both buried at East Swamp Mennonite. This Mary is clearly too young to have been married in 1799. John and Mary were married in 1805. John was first married c.1799 to Catharine Bartholomew.
Added by Tom Myers on Jun 22, 2017 4:28 PM
Tom Myers
RE: John Heller 103424553
This John Heller was married to Maria Magdalena Wagner. I have never heard the name Dipprey in all my years of Bucks County research and doubt that your John Heller/Mary Dipprey are from Bucks County.
Added by Tom Myers on Jun 21, 2017 8:28 PM
Bedelia Elllison
RE: George Bradshaw mem 132573470
Did the information I sent help?
Added by Bedelia Elllison on Jan 02, 2017 7:49 PM
Bedelia Elllison
RE: George Bradshaw mem 132573470
The only thing that I know about George and Martha Bradshaw comes from the tombstones and the cemetery.

I spent over a year, indexing, photographing and transcribing this cemetery. This the original black cemetery in city of Columbia Tennessee.
Most of the graves in this cemetery are either marked with temporary markers or unmarked. Of the ones that are buried here, some are slaves that have taken on the surnames of their owners. Some graves are marked as slave graves. Other graves show the very best of African Americans from Maury County. There are many soldiers, doctors, lawyers, teachers and so forth.

George and Martha are buried beside each other in one of the older parts of Rosemount Cemetery. Their graves are located in section 2, row 14 at near the very end of the row. Row 14 is the last row of that plot. The section is full,(approx 750 graves) but most of the graves are unmarked. The rows of section 2 have 54 graves in each row. This row only has one other marked grave and one partially marked grave. This section only contains about 65 marked graves, the rest are not marked or marked with a blank field stone marker with not markings.

There is a Lewis Bradshaw also located in this section. He is in row 2. I do not know if he is related or if there are other Bradshaws buried here. There are two more recent Bradshaws that are buried in different parts of the cemetery. If they others buried here, there is not record of them.

If you think that this is your relative you can contact the Maury County Archives. There is in index there that gives more information on many of the people who are buried in Rosemount Cemetery. Good Luck in your searching.
Added by Bedelia Elllison on Dec 23, 2016 7:25 PM
Faye Tennyson
RE: G E Dippery
I am always happy to transfer memorials to family members. There are two cemeteries but they are in the same location, one is the Catholic cemetery and the other is Oak Hill. Please send me your member number so I make sure I get the memorial transferred to the correct person
Added by Faye Tennyson on Oct 24, 2016 7:12 PM
Kathy Merris Mills
RE: Eliho Parish
You are probably correct, so I changed the name to Elihu. I don't know anything about this family. I had family in the cemetery so just recorded the cemetery.
Added by Kathy Merris Mills on Oct 24, 2016 11:42 AM
R J Heller
RE: John Heller
Hi Tom. The John Heller you are looking for is not on my tree. Sorry I can't help you out.
Added by R J Heller on Oct 18, 2016 8:27 PM
Mona Anderson
RE: William H Dipprey
East Kish is Church Hill Cemtery in Reedsville. As for why he was buried much later than his death - one can only guess that he was moved or the family didn't apply for a military burial marker until then.
Added by Mona Anderson on Oct 15, 2016 1:30 PM
Mary Miller/ Nan Kelly
RE: Callie Harris
I'm sorry but I do not know anything about Callie. All of my Hubbard family is buried in Grayson County.

Added by Mary Miller/ Nan Kelly on Sep 23, 2016 5:47 PM
Neil D Scheidt
RE: Jacob Dipprey
I prefer to keep the memorial for now. Regarding Levi, I can find no records for him as a husband of Amanda, but there 2 sisters buried at Charles Evans:
Amanda Dippery(single) parents Levi and Lydia Lengel
Mrs Mary (Dippery) Moyer, parents Levi and Lydia Bennethum. Although different mother surname, I know they are sisters from obituary of Amanda. Perhaps the name Lydia given as mother was a second wife and they didn't know of your Amanda.
Added by Neil D Scheidt on Sep 06, 2016 1:33 PM
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