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Cindy Allen Bertino (#47118800)
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Carolyn [Lee] Kelly
Keiths, Prospect Hill, Uxbridge, MA
NO stones made transfer
"When transferring bodies to Prospect Hill the individual stones were not brought to Prospect Hill, someone from the Town Hall transcribed all the stones that were there and they are in the Town records and that is where we got the info for the individuals."
Regards, Carol
Added by Carolyn [Lee] Kelly on Mar 20, 2017 2:41 PM
RobMinteer57
Varner Cemetery
I have the book of all the cemeteries in Fallsbury and Perry Townships, and in cross-checking entries for many of my family members have found that it contains the usual percentage of errors for the usual reasons--mostly, I think, from older markers being hard to read.

So can you tell me who Elizabeth Clark Wright's parents were?
Added by RobMinteer57 on Feb 28, 2017 7:12 PM
RobMinteer57
Elizabeth Clark Wright
The Licking County Genealogical Society did print a cemetery book, and gave the death date and age, I assume from what was more clearly visible on the marker at an earlier date. You'll have to contact them to see if maybe they had some other source(s).

So who were her parents? I'd like to link her to them if you know where they're buried. There are at least a couple other Clark/Wright connections in my families, so I'd be curious to know who you're helping to join the DAR--perhaps she and I are fifth cousins.
Added by RobMinteer57 on Feb 28, 2017 5:32 AM
RobMinteer57
Elizabeth Clark Wright
See what I added to her page. And thanks for "rattling my chain" about some of the details in this cemetery. I only recently got transfers of a few more people in the cemetery, and had not yet added details to my spreadsheet.

I have requested that the info be added to the main cemetery page.

If you're a descendant of Elizabeth's in my generation, then we're fifth cousins, and I'd sure like to add a few details to my spreadsheet.
Added by RobMinteer57 on Feb 27, 2017 3:49 PM
Robyn Brewster
Photo Request
Cindy-

I will be in enid next week and noticed you had a request. Are you still interested?

What I like to do is take pictures of the headstone and send them to the person who requested them. That way you can edit them the way you want and can post them on the website.

I also don't need the credit. I am already there taking pictures of my family.

If this works, please let me know.

Have a great evening,

Robyn
Added by Robyn Brewster on Oct 05, 2016 3:59 PM
Terry Trackwell Kuhnau
Carolina Framke
The cemetery lists Carolina as buried here next to Henry. The funeral home is not local and listed only as Dawson. For some reason her side of the headstone was never engraved.
Added by Terry Trackwell Kuhnau on Sep 10, 2016 10:34 AM
Wanda
RE: Erkes, Ella


Hi CIndy,

I have taken a photo of the burial for Mrs. Erkes. She was laid to rest next to her sister, Deanah Kolb.
Feel free to contact me if you want additional photos.

Wanda
Added by Wanda on Oct 14, 2015 7:11 PM
Wanda
Erkes, Ella


Hi Cindy,

Ella Erkes is buried in an unmarked grave next to her sister, Deanah Kolb. (Verified by cemetery staff). Would you like to have a photo her plot?

Wanda
Added by Wanda on Oct 07, 2015 5:33 PM
Peg Valenta
RE: St Patrick's Cemetery
Arlington Heights, IL, a northwest suburb of Chicago
Added by Peg Valenta on Sep 12, 2015 4:48 PM
Peg Valenta
RE: St Patrick's Cemetery
Hi Cindy,

I hope that you've had a great trip to Hawaii. Actually, my daughter and son-in-law lived on Oahu for two years when he was stationed there. Lovely!

Thanks for answering my question so promptly. I intend to visit St. Patrick's Cemetery sometime in the future, but I couldn't find the location anywhere except for the fact that it is in Marshall County. If you visit there, I would definitely appreciate some pictures.

First of all, I just found out that my 3X great grandparents are buried there along with other relatives. They are: Michael (1798-26 Feb 1892)and Mary McCormick Winters (1806-9 May 1891.) His daughter, Bridget Winters Fagan (1838-1911) and her husband, James Fagan (1833-1908) are also there. Another daughter, Rose Winters Flynn (20 June 1835-11 Mar 1920) is buried there with her husband, Michael Flynn (1814-29 Jul 1884.) Their son, Michael Flynn (22 Jun 1871-22 Dec 1901) is also there.

Those are the relatives that I know of. If there are any other Winters, Flynn's, or Fagan's, I would appreciate a picture and I will research them. I am especially sad that I have not been able to find the burial site of my 2X great grandfather, James (Glenn?) Winters. He is Michael and Mary's son. He was born in Ireland, and I believe that he died around 1875-1880 in Missouri, but all of my research has been for naught. I do not believe that he is buried in St. Patrick's, but I would be thrilled to hear that he was so that I would at least know his burial place.

Thank you very much for your help. If you are not able to take pictures, I certainly understand. If I can just find where the cemetery is located, I will eventually get there to see for myself.

Thank you!

Peg Valenta

Added by Peg Valenta on Sep 12, 2015 3:22 PM
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