|Robyn Brewster (#47479927)|
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I love to do cemetery work and family research. I especially enjoy standing by family headstones and know that my family stood in the same place years before. I also enjoy visiting cemeteries and taking pictures of old headstones. There is so much history involved.|
If I accidentally do a memorial page for a family member and there is already one, please let me know (with kindness). I am going by the names from my family records and sometimes the spelling may be different. I will delete mine if yours was first.
If any memorials that I post from walking cemeteries and are part of your family, please let me know and I will transfer. I want all past generations to be remembered either by me or their family. I am not in anyway going to cemeteries to see how many memorials I can create.🙂
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|Helen Currie||Francis Baker #60407389|
The information in Google Books "New England Families" Genealogy Book on Francis Baker of Yarmouth, Massachusetts shows that he immigrated from St Albans, Hertfordshire, England. This spelling matches to articles written on St Albans in England.
I believe that Hertfordshore and Herefordshire are two difference places in England.
|Aretta Saunders||RE: I found it🙂|
Hi Robyn, the last time I was there about 2 years ago you could still see parts of the foundation for the church located at the north west corner of the property. They had big round bales of hay in it.
As for the location exactly of your grandmother's grave I am sorry I haven't a clue. However, you might try contacting the Cherokee Strip museum in Perry, 580-336-2405 they may have old church records. Or perhaps Noble County Genealogy they often have cemetery records at 580-336-5909 or E-mail:email@example.com I hope this helps you on your journey to finding your family.
Best of luck,
p.s. don't hesitate to contact me if I can help further.
|Rebecca Osmond Hold||RE: Eanest Bennett|
Sorry, Robin, that I just now saw your post to me on Findagrave. if you ever do take that pic of Earnest Bennett's grave you may email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks so much and sorry I didn't answer sooner
|Doug Simmons||RE: Question|
I'm never very clear on the relationships of the Haskins, as I am descended from Mattie's first husband, last name Wray. I asked my mother, age 84, and this is what she gave me.
The marriage was at least a second one for each of them, but we don't know for sure about how many times Haskins was married.
Great-grandmother had a step-son, James Weldon Haskins, who went by the name of Weldon. He married Emily Polacheck in Enid, OK (I believe). They had a daughter, Janice, who married Richard Songer and still possibly lives in Wichita, KS.
There was a set of twins (fraternal brother and sister). He was very tall and she was short and petite. Mom didn't remember names, but passed on the information that she thought he lived and worked in North Arkansas somewhere, and that it was believed that she was murdered by her husband as she had simply disappeared one day and was never seen again. Supposedly he was abusive and she threatened to leave him and take their son with her. It was soon after that she disappeared.
Good luck with your search, and let me know if you find details.
|Carol Hopper Bader||RE: photo|
Robin, thank you for all your efforts. Maybe you'll be able to get those pictures some day. We certainly appreciate your time and generosity.
|Shirley Bradley||RE: photo|
Thanks Robyn for ALL you do.
|William Carradine||RE: Photo Request|
Thanks for looking. It is often surprising how difficult it is to find gravesites!!! Why is that?
|Carlton Smail||RE: Photo Request|
Thanks for letting me know. Too bad they had trouble there. Have a good trip. Maybe next time.
|Alex Roller||RE: Glad I was checking|
Thank you for trying. I hope to hear from you in the Spring.
Have a great day!
|KC Jayhawker||RE: weather :(|
I certainly understand weather. I hope that you have an enjoyable Fall.
All the Best,
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