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|Adriana||Anslyn (Chico Cem)|
Here is obit for the wife ... and I found daughter: Louisa Martha (Anslyn) Axtell, at Masonic Cem, Sacramento County (have requested SAC corrections/augments)
Chico Daily Record, Tuesday Morning, February 19, 1907, pg 5 col 3: Death of Sarah Elizabeth Ansley. Sarah Elizabeth Anslyn, wife of J.H. Anslyn, died very suddenly at the family home on Laburnum street, between Fourth and Fifth avenues, Chico Vecino, early Sunday morning, death being due to an attack of heart failure combined with other afflictions.
Deceased was a native of Ray county, Missouri, where she was born on January 23, 1850. Her maiden name was Sarah Elizabeth Lee. She came to California and settled at Chico two years and five months ago. She leaves several children, among them being Mrs. S.T. Axtell of this city.
The funeral will be held from the Christian Church this afternoon at 2:30 o’clock, Rev. G.L. Lobdell officiating. The deceased had been a member of the Rebekahs of Stanberry, Mo., and the local lodge will attend the funeral in a body.
Chico Daily Record, Wednesday Morning, February 20, 1907, pg 3 col 3: Anslyn Funeral. Funeral services of the late Sarah Elizabeth Anslyn were held yesterday afternoon at the Christian Church, Rev. G.L. Lobdell officiating. The local Buelah Rebekah Lodge, of which deceased was a member in the East, attended in a body. The pall bearers were T.M. Gumm, J.D. March, L.C. Shirley, S. Boyle, M.E. Bailey and Mr. McConner.
Added by Adriana on Sep 21, 2017 6:33 PM
|s gammon||W.V. Williams|
I noticed the note you left on the grave of W.V. Williams/McFall Cemetery. William Vest Williams was my great-great uncle. I would be happy to share what information I have.
Added by s gammon on Aug 29, 2017 8:32 PM
|Jacqueline Stevens-Leathers||Raymond Welton Barnes FAG# 18232850|
Uncle Raymond had two sisters and one brother.
Mary Ruth Barnes Long Marler
Bertha Elizabeth Barnes Stevens Leteux
3-6-1919 b Havelock, NE
Elizabeth is my mother and still living at 98.
John Edgar Barnes, b 1-21-1921 Havelock, NE, d 1-16-1982 Kansas City, Jackson County, MO.
Find A Grave# 17610384
Thanks for taking care of this memorial.
Jacqueline S. Stevens-Leathers
Thank you for the edits/links and for all of the work you do here at Find a Grave, it is a lasting gift to so many people. Best wishes to you.
|Vickie||Samuel Ellis Descendants|
I noticed your flowers on Mary Belle Stockwell Kerlin and wondered if you were related to her? Belle is the grand daughter of Samuel and Jane Todd Ellis buried in Coffey Cemetery, Daviess, Missouri. I am looking for descendants with information on that couple, or do you know who may know. Since Belle's mother, Amanda Stockwell was the daughter of Samuel and Jane Ellis, and she cared for Jane Ellis before her death, I am searching for the person(s) that would have received any family tree information or photos that may have been passed down. Please contact me through firstname.lastname@example.org.
PS I am a descendant through Amanda Ellis Stockwell's brother, Edward L. Ellis.
Added by Vickie on Jun 19, 2017 12:05 PM
|Russ C||Elijah Moore (1784-1859)|
Karen, once upon a time we were in contact about the Moore family. I ran across some of your memorials and thought I should say hi.
My research has found probate records for the estate of Elijah and I continue to try to learn further about my Moore line. I do not come up with much else on Elijah.
If you'd like to further communicate, I am at your service.
Added by Russ C on Mar 07, 2017 7:57 PM
|Buddy Leech||Reuben Conway Shultz Memorial# 43451548|
Re Sarah's Memorial, Ditto for Reuben. B.L.
|Buddy Leech||Sarah Ann Lockwood Shultz Memorial# 43481034|
Better late than never. Thanks for posting Sarah's obituary, Karen.
I think there is probably an error on a memorial that you maintain although it was created by someone else.
The memorial in question is #18234608
Martha E Hayen Lee
Martha is shown married to Leonard T Lee which I believe is probably correct.
She is also shown married to James Marcus Potter
Find a Grave Memorial # 46268954 which I believe is incorrect.
As can be seen from his gravestone he was married to a Martha D. ratherthan a Martha E. James' wife's full name was Martha Dorothy Snead Potter.
Note also that James has both of his wives listed on his gravestone, and does not include a third.
I believe eliminating James' name from her bio is all that is needed to correct the problem.
Added by Jan on Jan 15, 2017 12:15 AM
|phil sifers||Gregory family of NW Missouri|
Are you related to any of these Gregory family members you are maintaining.
I am related to several ilncluding Mark P
2nd cousin 3 removed
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