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We live in a Gainesville, FL retirement community associated with the University of Florida. Family history research has been a passion for over 45 years. |
I will gladly transfer any memorial not included in my research. If you see changes, corrections, or wish to add additional information, please use the edit tab to request these changes. If your information contradicts my research, please forward sources so I can correct research errors.
Please feel free to use my photographs for genealogy programs, however, I would prefer to upload my own photographs for Find A Grave memorials.
Most all of my memorials originate from tombstone pictures or credible burial records. Obituaries can prove inaccurate and I try to confirm them first.
My father's families: George: Blackmun, Briggs, Gardiner, Hardy, Kennedy (Canada), Lilley, McCallum, Paxton, Tindall, Thompson (England), Watson, and Winch.
My mother's Families: Wilson: Andre, Blessing, Cochran, Cross, Fiscus, Jackson, McKinstry, Ross, Sober, and Stephens.
My wife's families: Gibson: Bechtel, Boling, Catron, Clark, (K)Coiner, Combs, Etheridge, Hattabaugh, Hurlbut, Misenheimer and Tarvin.
My wife and I are members of the
Tarvin Family Association and volunteer to take headstone photographs and record memorials for the Association.
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|Mary Benike Gauthier||RE: Edward|
What a surprise - thank you very much for the information!!
I go to Oakwood Cemetery quite often, and I did add the findagrave photos for his parents, Col. James George and Rhoda Taylor Pierce George, and his sister, Edith Farnham. It seems via your information, that he is buried in the same plot, Section 3 41. I have not seen his stone there, but of course, I wasn't looking for it. But by looking around James George's tombstone, I did stumble across his daughter Edith Farnham. How surprised would I have been if I had also stumbled across Ed's "Ned", where I definitely didn't think it would be. James George's other daughter, Helen, married Caleb C. Emery, whom was the first homesteader of my father's farm in Oronoco Township, Olmsted County. The George's lived on the farm next door to Caleb Emery.
I sincerely thank you for going to all the extra work to track him down to the right cemetery. I try to double and triple check my facts because you should never in research just go on one fact. I have also run across obits where the burial information is not correct, and I have also seen it incorrect on death certificates as well.
Even thought it is raining today, I think I will go to Oakwood to see if I can locate his grave.
You are the best - thank you!!
|Jill||RE: Harold Wilson|
Thank you Tom for your help.
My Dad was born in Apollo as well. I know my Dad talked about his uncle Harold and Aunt Hazel, Hazel lived to 95. He visited and kept in touch for many years. He also kept in touch and had family reunions with his cousins. So it just doesn't seem to be right that my Harold died in 1926. My Dad was born in 1917, but he talked about about Harold as tho he knew him when my Dad was much older, not only 9 years old.
And you're right the only info on a Harold Wilson are the two census and the death certificate and a marriage license. I found the same things but filed them away. I'll take a closer look when I have some time.
Added by Jill on Mar 21, 2016 4:43 PM
|Jill||RE: Harold Wilson|
I do have that death certificate, I was never sure if it was the Harold that was my great uncle. I was pretty sure my Dad knew his Uncle Harold pretty well by the way he used to talk about him. That's why I'm not sure it's the same one since yours died in 1926. It seems if my Dad knew Harold he may not have died in 1926.
My Harold married my great aunt Hazel E. Burns from Apollo. They had children, Edward, Betty, Paul and John Francis and Nancy, my Dad's first cousins.
Did your Harold have those children?
Thanks again for your help with this.
Were you from Apollo?
Added by Jill on Mar 16, 2016 8:26 PM
Got your suggest a correction and wondering where you came by the info you submitted.
Although I cannot find the death date on my great uncle I believe he did not die in 1926.
Do you have any links to records you can share?
I've been looking for more info on him and haven't found anything.
in Ref: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=68918653
Sent by: Tombstoner
Mar 14, 2016 2:37 PM
Nov. 18, 1885
Jun. 10, 1926
Added by Jill on Mar 16, 2016 8:04 AM
|Brian DesErmia||Cynthia "Harris" Hurlbut|
You sent me edits, which I approved, to add maiden name, date of birth, place of birth, and place of death for Cynthia Hurlbut (#108068660). You say she was born May 26, 1801 in New London, CT. According to her age at death, she should have been born in either January or Febuary 1801.
There's another memorial (#84708182) for a Cynthia Harris (wife of Austin) buried in New London, CT who was born May 26, 1801, the same date. Might you have the two mixed up?
|No Guts, No Glory||Clarence McCray|
Many thanks for the cemetery update, and, MORE IMPORTANTLY, thank you for not making a duplicate memorial and then asking em to delete my efforts.
|D. Montgomery||LeMay Memorial|
Thank you so much for your transfer of this memorial. I appreciate your help.
Happy New Year of 2016.
|No Guts, No Glory||RE: Rebecca Ann Hollar and Leon Carl jones|
They have been moved...thank you so much for being so nice. Happy taphophiling
Thank you for your recently posted photo of Darren Pomrenke.
Thank you for all your work on findagrave.com.
Added by Gina on Oct 09, 2015 12:27 PM
|Susan Barwick||RE: Mount Olive Cemetery Chiefland Levy Co FL|
Hi, Done. Thank you. I added bits of records to some of the memorials in hopes that it might help others searching for family. Great photos you placed on the pages.
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