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|Darlene Shea (#46533177)|
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My name is Darlene Shea. I am currently researching my family lines which include Cate(s), Bosard, Overman, Reece, Gant, Howard, Sampson.|
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|Sujava||Thomas Crawford 1788 - #5932148|
I got Thomas's stone uncovered and did my best to post a series of photos from start to finish of "Digging" it out. If you start at the last one first.
Maybe you can read the stone better now, but trying my best to make out the DOD. It is either 1841 or 1843. Can you tell?
I was so excited to find it. It was under about 2 inches of dirt and turf. Some at the cemetery that I have found are deeper. So Sad.
Susan Stewart, Paris, TN
Added by Sujava on Dec 02, 2016 7:09 PM
|herb & Cindy||Hello Darlene|
I E-mailed you my link to Athalia Mullins Pauley
with A Link to my Dads Find A Grave# hope it helps
you Herb sheets
|Goddess||57265075 David Mullins|
I am researching David Mullins and read on his memorial that you were a descendant.
Do you have information on him and his wife ?
Added by Goddess on Jun 14, 2014 6:24 PM
|BrysonSearcherJMM||Susan D. Overman|
Susan is not buried in Villisca. I found her death notice in the Villisca paper and will add it to the following page
Find A Grave Memorial# 42099155
|Candy Wood||Elizabeth Allemong|
Are you related to Elizabeth? According to my records, the Elizabeth Allemong (1761-1848) you refer to (#7683822) was born Elizabeth Rinker. She was married to Jacob A. Allemong (1754-1808)#7683881. Elizabetha Barbara Hunsaker/Hunsicker/Hunsecker, born in Germany in 1730 was married to Johann Jacob Allemong (1730-1790) #796484, an immigrant who fought in the RTev0olutionary War. Johann Jacob Allemong & Elizabetha Barbara Hunsicker were the parents of Jacob A. Allemong, Elizabeth Rinker's husband.
|tallystaxi||First Holidays without Linda :-(|
Darlene, thank you so very much for everything you did for Linda , her whole life , thru the good times and the not so good! I just know she is looking down on you from up in Heaven....Linda, I just don't know what to say anymore....words cannot describe the loss I feel...Christmas this year was so lonely without you, and in just 3 more days this horrible year will come to a close, and I'll best to look ahead, to a life where you'll always be in my heart and I'll hold you there for as long as God allows me to be here. Rest in peace my darling sister.....I LOVE YOU FOREVER & EVER!!
|April Lewellyn||RE: Changes|
Is there a way for me to be able to access the page w/o always having to enter all dad's info?
|Glenn Benner||Martin Buzzard|
Hi Darlene, Do you know if your gg-uncle Martin was a Civil War vet? Did he spend is early adulthood near Lancaster or Chester Co. Pa? Looking 4 a Martin Buzzard who served in 2nd Pa Vol. Cav.(59th Reg) with my gg-grandfather-Thanks Glenn
|Obsessed Genealogist||India E. Chambers Pressey|
Darlene I noticed you added flowers to India's memorial. Do you know anymore about her? I have very little information. If you do please let me know. Thank you!
|cstkent||jacob hilligoss Find A Grave Memorial# 28165509|
Darlene, we have communicated before in reference to my/our family - Spurgeon. I have a question for you not related to the Spurgeons. I just posted a photo for Jacob Hilligoss (not a relative of mine). I noticed you left 'flowers' on his memorial. I'm wondering if you can help me figure out who the "Annie wife of J. C..." is that is mentioned on his headstone. I just want to be sure to add the photo to her memorial, but I don't have a clue who she is. Again, none of these people are related to me, I just want to make good use of the photo/my effort.
Added by cstkent on Apr 18, 2013 7:24 PM
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