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bjsgd (#47007385)
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Mike Berrell
RE: Banahan
The burial website shows:
Southern Cemetery ENon Conformist 1623 1 Mrs Fanny Buckley
Southern Cemetery ENon Conformist 1623 2 Mr Charles William Buckley
Southern Cemetery ENon Conformist 1623 3 Baby Colin Robert Banahan
Southern Cemetery ENon Conformist 1623 4 Baby Dorothy Banahan
Southern Cemetery ENon Conformist 1623 5 Baby Ronald Harry Banahan
Southern Cemetery ENon Conformist 1623 6 Baby John Robert Banahan
Southern Cemetery ENon Conformist 1623 7 Mr Willian Robert Parish
Southern Cemetery ENon Conformist 1623 8 Mrs Edith Parish

Source: http://www.burialrecords.manchester.gov.uk/GenSearch.aspx

Perhaps the BUCKLEY owners were friends/neighbours and offered the use of their grave for the two babies?
Added by Mike Berrell on Sep 15, 2017 9:04 AM
Islandergirl
RE: HOYT
Sadly that tends to be the case with deaths before 1940. There is often no stone.
Added by Islandergirl on Aug 24, 2017 8:37 AM
Cathy Beaudoin
RE: Gwyn
My pleasure!
Added by Cathy Beaudoin on Jul 04, 2017 12:46 PM
Donna M L W
RE: Forester
Your welcome, sorry the quality is not a bit better.
That stone color in the shade does not take well.
Donna
Added by Donna M L W on Jun 17, 2017 7:31 PM
Susan Beardsley
Leah Ruth Miller Harper
Leah is my grandmother's sister, could you please link her to her parents at Alaska Cemetery?

Mother: Ruth Miller 28641519
Father: William Miller

Thank you so much.
Susan Spencer Beardsley

smbeardsley@gmail.com
Added by Susan Beardsley on Dec 28, 2016 10:40 PM
Lynda Piilo
167907633
Kathline Coghlan --obit places her birth in Sask. Lynn
Added by Lynda Piilo on Nov 20, 2016 1:29 PM
TomKat
J. Edward Teneyck
Thank you for your suggestion:
"James Edward Teneyke
Hi TomKat,
I am having a problem with this person 15123190
in that I have a cousin, Daisy Sherk, who married a man by this name and on the 1920 census they are living in Avon Park, Desoto FL. He is a fruit farmer.
However,from what I can determine they both lived in New Jersey previously to their marriage. In 1910 Daisy is living with her mother Ellen in Irvington, Essex NJ. By 1920, she is married to James E Teneyke and living as above. He is 19 years her senior. I knnow this is my Daisy as she was born in Canada.
Just wondering if any of your readers might have any more info on James as to where he died. There is a tree on Ancestry with his name but they do not have where he died or where buried.
One source says she died in NJ but no proof or other info.
Just thought I would put that out there in case anyone may have a connection. Thanks"

The only response I have in this regard is that the name 'Teneyke' was/is a very common name in this area. As such, I strongly suspect that you have the incorrect J(ames) Edward Teneyke. As I'm sure you are aware, children were often named after aunts/uncles, grandparents, etc., generation after generation. The result was that you frequently have people with the same name about the same age. I personally know of a family in which a baby was an uncle on the day he was born. Not that unusual. A word of caution: don't rely on genealogy sites for research. Once a piece of bad data gets on one site, people copy it to other sites and it just keeps proliferating. It seems no one wants to do any hard research anymore.
Finally, I did do some checking and I discovered that this J. Edward Teneyke was married to Alletta Quick. As she pre-deceased him, though, I suppose he could have remarried.
Added by TomKat on Nov 18, 2016 8:54 AM
Sharon Fulton
RE: Clayton Misener
Thanks! :)

I really appreciate your speedy response and action!
Added by Sharon Fulton on Oct 16, 2016 11:56 AM
USCgirl
RE: Sherk Hastings
You're welcome!
Added by USCgirl on Oct 13, 2016 4:36 PM
m.g.
RE: Valerie Willis Middleton
HI! Mother told me she was a school teacher (if I remember correctly). That she was a very nice lady. and a couple of other things, I can't recall right now. If you would send me a list of questions I can ask mother if she remembers any of those things?

She/they still have children and/or grand children living probably. Go back and read/re-read their obits and maybe they can give you some clues about their decedents. You might start w/facebook to search for them? m.g.
Added by m.g. on Sep 13, 2016 5:59 PM
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