|kelly browne (#47269400)|
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I love genealogy and cemeteries, and I'm more than happy to transfer management of memorials to which I'm not related. Anyone has permission to use any photos I've posted here, although I ask that the photos be noted that they were used with permission from their posting on findagrave.com. |
Most of my family is from Red River Parish, Louisiana, but traces up to N/S Carolina, Alabama, Georgia and Virginia. Also have family from Chicago.
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|Kathie||another William Lewis bit|
It would be nice to write all of this in one message, huh? I found Christina Zeh Lewis after all ... at Sylvan Cemetery. Her memorial is under her maiden name, but I'm sure this is her. I've made the necessary links as well as an edit suggestion adding her married name. Now if I could just find her son William...
Added by Kathie on May 01, 2017 2:57 PM
|Kathie||William Lewis addition|
A little more research turned up William's first wife. According to a newspaper item, he married Christina Zeh on April 26, 1873. I'm assuming she passed away in the next 5 years. Also found was the couple's first born -- Charles Frederick Lewis. A memorial has been made for him, which is now linked to his father.
Added by Kathie on May 01, 2017 2:39 PM
|Kathie||William Fredrick Lewis|
Thank you for your edit suggestion! The 1878 marriage to Carrie comes from the Sacramento Daily Union, so I know that is correct. I do agree with you regarding William being married before, but no record of it was found ... not to say it didn't happen, of course. Further research shows Carrie on the 1900 census with 4 children/4 living. My take on this, going by their birthdates, is that Emma, Charles, and William were her stepchildren even though her obituary didn't make that distinction. That's where my mistake originated. Sorry! The bios on both William and Carrie have now been corrected. Please don't hesitate to re-contact me if you have further suggestions. Thanks again for your help.
Added by Kathie on May 01, 2017 1:42 PM
|Cindy Brown||Hurt grave|
Thank you so much for taking the time to go and take this picture. Thank you very much.
|Melissa Manwaring Layton||Transfer|
Eugene B. Manwaring is my grandpa. You can transfer him to me. #53341198
|Sarah Huls||RE: Thank you!|
You are very welcome. I was tracing some of my ancestors and happened to be there.
|Terry||RE: Claxton Teer #55031355|
Added by Terry on Jan 19, 2017 2:44 PM
|Terry||Claxton Teer #55031355|
He was married to my 5th cousin. May I use his gravestone photo in my Family Tree? I will gladly give you credit. Thank you so much, Terry
Added by Terry on Jan 19, 2017 9:57 AM
|Sarah Atwood Bardwell||RE: Thank you!|
We were at my cousin, Tom Valentine graveside service. I had been to pelican cemetery once before - about 16 years ago, when my aunt Katie Valentime was buried. Most of our other relatives are buried at Union Springs cemetary, Sabine parish. Was glad I could do this for you.
|Emma Walling||RE: Thank you!|
You are very welcome.
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