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Addie (#47097158)
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Bio Photo I have enjoyed genealogy for many years; very addictive. This web site is wonderful for a research tool. It is getting better all the time as people add more and more graves and the notes attached are very helpful. My main research is the Bucklands and Wingards but of course, this goes off onto many other branches.
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Cyndy Newell
Elijah Holcomb 1734-1799
Working on the Holcomb genealogy and realized that Elijah Holcomb could not be the father of Lemuel Holcomb 1810-1894 because of the dates. I have a family history written by Carrie Salome Palmer in June 1901 which says that Lemuel's father was Jabez, and Jabez's father was Nathaniel. Unfortunately, she does not give dates.
Added by Cyndy Newell on Oct 22, 2017 1:31 PM
Martin W Johnson
RE: Maria Potter Barber
yes the pentioncard clearly had Lucius W. on it. Must be some foreigner indexing records. I happens often on some pension card names & many census entries. i have submitted a name correction to ancestry pension card entry. hopefully they will cross index it.
Added by Martin W Johnson on Sep 30, 2017 10:34 AM
Martin W Johnson
RE: Maria Potter Barber
Lucius W. Barber pension card is Lucins W.Barber. I submitted a correction of name.
Added by Martin W Johnson on Sep 29, 2017 5:24 PM
Martin W Johnson
RE: Maria Potter Barber
Only access to pensions is civil war pension card search. Lucius W. Barber pension card - co. C. 15th Ill. inft. & Co. C. & D. 14/14th Ill. inft.. Applied for pension 9-10-1869. No. 147,728. His mother Maria Barber pension application 11-7-1890 Illinois no. 484, 027. Fold 3 military website has digitalized 11% of the civil war widows pension files so far. Widows pension files have proof of marriage & proof of births & full date & place of her death, etc.. National Archives has civil war veterans pension files.
Added by Martin W Johnson on Sep 29, 2017 5:06 PM
These were earlier burials...
Another researcher has suggested that since these were early burials they came from what they called the "burial ground register", which means a time period when they listed who they buried, but not where specifically. Thus someone may be buried in a plot but there is no headstone to commemorate it.
Added by NapaWiner on Sep 10, 2017 4:01 PM
A second request...
John Buchanan d. 1864 Little Falls, Herkimer. Married 1 Jan 1864 Mary Levee Buchanan (Find A Grave# 62662441) and then was killed in an accident five months later. I see Mary Levee Buchanan but I don't see where John Buchanan d. 1864 is buried.
Added by NapaWiner on Sep 10, 2017 2:17 PM
Thank you for ALL your work posting!
The family genealogists that come after you really appreciate your postings! (or at least most of us).

I am working on Lydie Buchanan Find A Grave#62662700 that you did back in 2010. Her maiden name was LEVEE and she was mar. to Esick (Esich, Edick, Emich, Eseck) Buchanan. You note in the memorial that "Plot 134 is owned by Esich Buchanan"

According to a family bible Esich Buchanan is bur. in the Church Street Cemetery. We just can't find his grave or headstone.

Any help would be appreciated. Jim Rubins

Added by NapaWiner on Sep 10, 2017 2:02 PM
someone else
RE: Please Find the Grave of H. G. White
OK - Cool
Added by someone else on Sep 05, 2017 10:54 PM
someone else
RE: Please Find the Grave of H. G. White
The world changes when your spouse dies...Ive seen it numerous times that a husband and wife are not buried together.
Added by someone else on Sep 04, 2017 10:07 PM
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Please Find the Grave of H. G. White
Why don't you do some research and find out where a person is really buried before you post a memorial for them? Finding a memorial and then reading about your lack of absolute proof of burial is rather disappointing and makes Find A Grave look bad. A person can only wonder how many of your 4,282 posting are based on actual facts. Sorry for sounding so negative, but please consider these things. Thank you
Added by someone else on Sep 01, 2017 12:05 PM
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