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|Linda ||RE: Jacob Gerber photo|
You are welcome.
Added by Linda on Aug 14, 2017 4:33 AM
|Kimberly ||RE: Christina Castor Gray|
You're welcome. There's a team working to find vets there/document all stones. We have few maps so not too bad finding them.
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|Telephoneman54||Age at death questionable|
Regarding Thomas Benton Newton, mem #11526110 in Clark Cem, Morgan Co, Ohio, your note states" he died at his home and was fifty years of age".
I wish to clarify that if he was born in 1836 and died in 1896, he was sixty years of age.
|Kelly Heuser||RE: Thaddeus Raymond Miracle|
Ahhh ok. It's such an unusual name that even with the documents in my file, I had trouble believing that it was actually his name. :)
|James (Jim) F. Kelly||RE: Bernard Sucher|
I went looking for about 25 and his was the only one I found in that section.
I'm glad I got it for you,
|Cheryl Hanson||Harriet J. Enochs Grimes|
Yes, this is his first wife but I have been told the Albert K. Grimes buried in Ontario is not her husband nor the father of Almeda Tussing. Not old enough.
|Cheryl Hanson||Albert Grimes|
Received your note. We still need to find proof as to the identity of Joseph Colley since the birth date does not match the records I saw. He has no headstone according to the records but I will go out there and look.
Joseph Colley & Emma Frankenberg are listed on birth certificates for two of the boys as parents. They list Joseph's birth year as 1853.
Albert Grimes is NOT buried at Riverside. I have a listing of everyone buried there and he is not listed. If he died in Idaho he should have a death certificate that says where he is buried. I'll try and go by the library and see if there is anything in the newspaper if their machine is working. I can't do it today but maybe tomorrow.
|holly zieber||Harold H LeVere|
I saw you left virtual flowers ...sweet Harold is my grandfather I am Holly I am named after him
|Anonymous||JAMES WILLIAM COLLEY|
Here is an obit of James Colley. You sent in an edit for his mother Emma Elizabeth Frankenberg to link as spouse to Martin May. I have wondered how this relationship was:
Martin L. May married Emma Jane Emerson 25 Feb 1877 and then to Mary Elizabeth Marshall abt 1903.
in 1880 he is married to Emma (Emerson)age 24 b. OH. 1900 listed as divorced. 1910 has new wife Mary Elizabeth Marshall. When was he married to Emma Elizabeth Frankenberg?
His children Lydia, Stillman,Jesse & Blaine are by my accounts with wife Emma Emerson. The only possible yrs of marriage to someone else would be 1893-1900. Can email me : GinByrum@yahoo.com
DEATH OF JAMES WILLIAM COLLEY
Although it had been known for some time that from the nature of his disease the death of this good young man might occur at almost any time, its announcement last Sunday morning was a sad shock to his many friends.
His death occurred last Sunday morning April 10, 1910 about three o'clock at the home of his father six miles and a half south of Payette.
James William Colley was born in Missouri and at the time of his death he was twenty-six years old. When he was yet but a small child his mother died, after which he went with his father to Oklahoma where they lived eight years, then moving to Idaho where he had lived for the past six years. James is survived by his father, step-mother, one half-sister who lives in Walter, Oklahoma, three half-sisters and one step-brother all at home. He was a member of the Christian Endeavor and Loyalty Bible class. During the last months of his sickness, he became convinced that he must make a public confession of his faith in Christ. This he did before a small company of friends at which time Rev. Day administered the ordinance of Baptism.
The love and esteem in which he was held is shown by the flowers by which his friends endeavored to make his sick room more cheerful.
The services were held at the home at 11 o'clock conducted by Rev. Day of the Methodist church assisted by Rev. Kyles of the Baptist church.
The music was rendered by Mrs. Powell, Mrs. Harry Lewis, Messrs. Edgar Vestal and Harry T. Lewis with Mrs. C. E. Peterson as accompanist. The pall bearers were Messrs. Lee McCoy, Milton Carnifex, Charley Smith, Philip Smith, Kenneth Stegner and Guy Graham. The honorary pall bearers were Misses Melcher, Linch, Potter, Tussing, Lewis and Mrs. Harry Lewis.
The family have the sympathy of the whole community.
|Cheryl Hanson||Joseph Colley|
Received your edit changing his birth year to 1854.
The cemetery records show this person as 1880-1920. I haven't found a death yet but how do you know this is the husband of Emma Grimes? I believe that is around the time he was born. Do you have a record that proves he was buried here? Joseph is buried next to James William Colley which shows his father as Joseph Colley and mother as Priscilla.
Let me know. You can send through edit other or if you want to talk directly let me know an email and I will respond.
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