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Family Tree Buff (#48463740)
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cynthia mullens
RE: Michael Isaac & Susannah Smith Photos
You're welcome! I was thrilled to find the original old stones still standing. The Smiths are actually buried in the Criss Family Cemetery. When you entered photo requests, the memorials were entered into the Mt. Vernon Cemetery. I sent in an edit request and see that the memorials owner has already made the changes. I thought it had to be that way because there aren't graves that old in Mt. Vernon. I mention it in case you ever get the chance to visit it. The Criss Cemetery is on the other side of the church from Mt. Vernon. Thanks!
Added by cynthia mullens on Dec 30, 2016 9:48 PM
Debra Lewis Wilson
Thank you.
Thank you for the picture of my grandmother's headstone.
Added by Debra Lewis Wilson on Apr 11, 2016 11:30 PM
david stout
Amos and Sarah Jane Akers Summers
Just curious which one of their children do you descend from? I descend from their son James. I would like to know where the part about a A Summers missing from the regiment comes from. My great grandmother Josia who was James daughter said that bushwackers had come to there house and taken him from the supper table and that he was never seen again. Maybe that was how he got recruited.
Added by david stout on Dec 08, 2015 5:59 AM
Mona Taylor
RE: Clarence Canada
your very welcome
Added by Mona Taylor on Nov 14, 2015 1:50 PM
Deb Davidson
Erasmus Dadisman
My Aunt Hilda Norma Davidson was born a Dadisman and she loved geneaology-Thank you so much for your fine contribution. She would have been so pleased to be able to read more about her family-and I will add to my research to share with my cousins. You are a treasure!
Added by Deb Davidson on Sep 29, 2015 12:21 PM
Sheila (Horn) Strickler
RE: John Dattisman
You are welcome, glad we could find it. It was a really nice day on Saturday for walking.
Added by Sheila (Horn) Strickler on Aug 10, 2015 9:30 PM
Dianne Caves Carman
Thank you so very much for your time and kindness for a stranger. It is appreciated.
Added by Dianne Caves Carman on Jun 18, 2015 1:59 AM
Dan Shane
Dadisman - WVU
Dont know whether you know it or not but there is a Dadisman Hall on the downtown campus of WVU. These halls were normally named after faculty or benefactors.
Added by Dan Shane on Jun 17, 2015 6:31 PM
Dan Shane
RE: Dadisman Grave Photo - Taylor Co. WV
The Dadisman graves I found were; Lucetta Dadisman 1854-1929 and Newton Dadisman 1842-1931. I will post those pix on Find A Grave. I intend on going back out there to see if I can find the ones you asked about, when its not raining.
Added by Dan Shane on Jun 17, 2015 6:04 PM
Dan Shane
RE: Dadisman Grave Photo - Taylor Co. WV
Went to the cemetery this afternoon and found only one marker for the Dadisman name, however, I didnt get to spend as much time as I wanted because it started to rain. What information do you have to indicate that the people you are looking for are buried there? Will go back up again to take another look.
Added by Dan Shane on Jun 16, 2015 6:11 PM
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