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Brainerd, Brainard and Braynard are 99% interchangeable, though our immigrant ancestor's (Daniel Brainerd 1641-1715) grave marker is spelled Brainerd. See memorial # 47491853. Several lines started changing to ARD in the mid-1800s. Braynard was someone's attempt to be different. My line through William has consistently spelled it ERD.|
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|Anne ||Edward Brainerd edit/Lyndon Ctr cem.|
I am a tad confused by your correction for Edward.
You told me to look at the stone in St Elizabeth's cemetery that was to hold both Edward and his wife Mary. However, it only contains Mary, w/o Edward. I have photographed that cemetery and that is the only stone with that surname.
The stone in Lyndon Ctr does contain his name, his parents and the children of his brother Alonzo.
It is not uncommon for religious reasons for a couple to buried in different cemeteries.
Perhaps Mary Donahue was catholic, hence St Elizabeth's.
Added by Anne on Jun 16, 2017 8:31 AM
Please use the features under the edit tab to add links for parents.
Added by ditdit on Jun 16, 2017 3:47 AM
|Carol Bouch White||Donna and Melvin Cummins|
Memorial # 139361603 in Golf Course Road, Dillsburg Cemetery. Do you know if Donna and Melvin have been moved. When placing flags this year I can't find their headstones.
|Walter Jants||Herman E. Brainard|
Herman was my uncle through his wife, Margaret Elizabeth "Peg" Smithwick. Uncle's Find a Grave number is 108066517, and Aunt Peg's is 108066542. His full name: Herman Edwin Louis Brainard, or Herman E. L. Brainard as he usually signed it. He had a varied career: worked for Florida timber companies during the depression and was highly regarded for sharpening the huge 2 man manual saws. He worked for the Igou Chrysler Dodge dealership in Eustis, FL beginning before WW2 until his retirement in the late 1960's or early 1970's. He was also famous as a gunsmith and had clients from all over Florida, and some from other states. He and Aunt Peg adopted my mother's brother, William Sproles, during the tough depression years raising him as their own with their own daughter. As an aside, I stayed with them many weekends while in college at Stetson University in DeLand, FL, and they made the round trip to get me many times. Aunt Peg finally got tired of it, called a good friend who had a "cute little girl" attending Stetson, and you can guess the rest of the story!!. (We have been married 49 years.) Oh yes, he is listed by many as born in Olioville, KY, but his 16 Feb 1942 Draft Registration Card has Louisa, KY, in the same county. Wonder which it was. Hope this helps characterize a wonderful man.
|Gayle ||Genevieve L. Brainard 101291671|
I have completed the edits you requested. Would you like this memorial transferred to you?
Added by Gayle on Apr 25, 2017 4:15 PM
|Jade L. (Oxton) Bernis||RE: Faith and John Black|
I have added the pictures of the Black/Doty stone to Faith and John's memorials.
Jade L. Bernis
|Tim Cook||RE: Picture 176295754|
Added by Tim Cook on Feb 14, 2017 4:49 PM
The link you sent me was for one in Belgium. Not the same person.
|AlleCattSTU||RE: Doris Bettinger #10063267|
You're very welcomed, Elena!
|Coleman||Bolles A Brainard|
Sorry my ancestry is not active at this time
Added by Coleman on Aug 01, 2016 7:21 AM
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