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|Joyce Niswander||RE: Charles Bain|
You're welcome Michael. I'm so happy for you.
|Joyce Niswander||Charles Bain|
The news came late last night about Charles Bain. Saint Michaels did some research and could not find Charles Bain in their cemetery. They took a probe in the area where Michael is resting and there was a vault there. They checked the space beside him and nothing was found. It is best to leave Charles in Maple Grove, unless something else comes up, but do not keep your hopes up.
They asked about the middle initial in Michael's name, "M" or "J", but I had no answer. A man by the name of C.R. Cameron had purchased the lots. I did some research on that one and I believe it is Charles Ross Cameron who married a lady by the name of Lizzie Beatrice Bain in Hancock County, Ohio on 29 Feb 1908. That seemed odd, not because they married on a leap day but that both men died before the date of marriage. They may have been family friends. Charles Ross Cameron is in Maple Grove Cemetery. He is interred with another wife. I do not know what happened to Miss Bain. I wish you the best on your search for you ancestors.
|Joyce Niswander||RE: thanks|
RE: Charles Bain
Charles is listed in the database for Maple Grove Cemetery in Findlay. They also have Michael Bain right beside him. But, as you know, Michael's headstone is in St. Michael's Catholic Cemetery. I have two newspaper articles about Charles and his death and burial. One of them tells that his burial would be in the Catholic cemetery. I contacted St. Michael's and they are going through their records to see if he might be there without a headstone/marker. I hope to hear from them soon. The photo request expires tomorrow. If I do not hear anything different today about Charles, then I will upload a area photo to his memorial page, that would show his approximate place of rest in Maple Grove. There is no headstone. Then when the news comes about St Michael's, I will let you know if there will be a change.
Thank you very much for your patience and understanding in this matter.
|Tom and Nancy Gawthrop||Elizabeth McHenry Landon memorial|
Elizabeth married James Pickrel on 20 July 1873 in Knox Co, IL. When she died she was buried in the Gilson Cemetery, Gilson, Knox Co, IL. James memorial is #14612264. Elizabeth's memorial is #158309444. If you can update her place of burial, thank you so much and be blessed today.
|Sandy||RE: JAMES LANDON TRANSFER|
Oops! ...to reply to your request. I am sorry I can not transfer the requested memorial to you. This is a very special memorial to me and at this point I am not ready to let it go. I would be glad to add any verifiable source information to it, if you need. Warmly, Sandy
Added by Sandy on Jun 15, 2016 9:12 AM
|Scott Sprague||David Landon Find A Grave Memorial# 142001813|
His wife was listed as a widow on the 1910 census living with daughter Almeda and husband Daniel Brinser. Therefore David Landon could not have died in 1938 and I have found no source confirming his death. If you have one please let me know and I would be glad to look at this again.
|Earl Richard Sutton||Sarah (Herculis) Landon|
Thank you for the maiden-name spelling correction, which also affected her father's surname on my tree, though he is not (yet) at findagrave. The above spelling was an alternate fact on her tree segment, but I needed to make it preferred for her, as well as for her father.