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Traveling the hills and valleys|
of Brown County Illinois as an
Amateur Genealogist-Shutterbug / Endeavoring to
Immortalize The Departed.
Examining your epitaph now
will allow time to exact that
commemorative lamentation by a change of lifestyle; or perhaps, very creative writing.
Find an error an entry you wish
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|Angela Hickerson||Frances and William Winebrinner|
Thank you for making the changes.
|Janet McMaster||RE: Re: Frank W. Jones b. 1/8/1941|
Thanks for your reply.
|Janet McMaster||Re: Frank W. Jones b. 1/8/1941|
Thanks for sharing. I am related to Franks Aunt Kathryn (Kitty) (Jones) McMeins. I wanted to ask if you or anyone you know had pictures of Albert And Bertha, their children and grandchildren they could scan and send to me. I would like to add them to my genealogy. Thanks much for your time.
|Tree Leaf||RE: weibring|
No problem, will send asap, thanks for the reply.
Hi. Concerning the age of Lavina A Aber:
There are a few factors with which I came to the date of her birth as opposed to what you have notated on her memorial.
1. In the notation, you mention that she was the daughter of Charles and Nancy Aber. If the age you mention is correct, then she would have been born around the year 1836. Her parents, both buried in the same cemetery, were born in the years 1829 (Charles) and 1840 (Nancy), thereby making them to young to be her parents.
2. If you go my the abbreviated age that I used, subtracting her death date by 4 years 14 days (as opposed to the 27 years 4 mos 14 days), you would come up with the proposed birthdate, proving the possibility of her parents indeed, being Nancy and Charles. While this may be an educated guess at best, and flawed presumption at the least, without a photo of the headstone, it is difficult to either prove pr disprove. Another problem I have incurred is in finding Lavina in the census, in this area, again making it difficult to prove or disprove.
If your date/age are correct, then her parents cannot be Charles and Nancy.
If mine are correct, then she may be, in fact, their daughter.
Is there any possiblity of getting a photo of her headstone?
In any case, thanks for your time and effort.
Added by kmktonks on Aug 02, 2016 2:47 PM
Could you be more specific?
Added by kmktonks on Aug 01, 2016 7:33 AM
|Laurie Bickel Machen||Harrison Ingrams|
I seen you made a Find A Grave Memorial# 36863823 for Harrison Ingram. Do you have a copy of Lucinda Mayfield and Harrison Marriage record on April 30, 1835 in Pike County Illinois. I hope to here from you, Laurie Machen #48173720
|S. McDonald||Jennie E. Morris Gillis|
Can you give me any information on Gillis Morris married to Jennie? Thank you.
Duplicate record for Fannie O'Connell
|R&C||Jacob & Josephine Kunkler|
You put Josephine Kunkler's stone on Jacob.
Please put it on the correct memorial.
Jacob Kunkler 7399162
Josephine Kunkler 7399188
I'm not sure about the iron stone, cannot read who it belongs to.
Added by R&C on May 23, 2016 11:00 AM
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