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Anna Schultz (#47477104)
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Bio Photo I live in the Fayette County Il. area and weather permitting can take cemetery photos at request. If you are a family member or researcher you may use them for your trees. In turn please pay it forward by doing the same kindness for another if you can.
Sharing just a small story, working down at the tail of Fayette co. and I saw my first red fox, what a blessing after it finally saw me and ran toward the woods it turned to look at me and pose for a photo.

I think it is wonderful that Find a Grave and Ancestry have teamed up and these links connect with searches. Cemetery records are a great source that we put on the memorials that cannot be found on Ancestry. I get joy out of finding members of families that don't have any records. I do this from the heart and please feel free to use my stone photos for your trees.
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Fred N. Richardson and Mary his wift
Thank you for your time and effort to post the photo of the headstone for Fred and Mary Richardson.
Added by RNHaynes on Oct 15, 2017 11:31 PM
Carol Hudson
RE: Fairlawn Cemetery
Hi Anna, Yes I did! I appreciate.

Thanks again,
Added by Carol Hudson on Aug 19, 2017 7:13 AM
Carol Hudson
Fairlawn Cemetery
Thank you so much for your photos of this cemetery. I live in E. Tennessee and cannot travel to take my own photos. I have tried to pay it forward by allowing anyone to use my personal photos of my family that I have posted on Find A Grave. Again, thank you.
Added by Carol Hudson on Jun 23, 2017 7:35 PM
Suz Lew
One more edit pending
Marian Magdaline Wheeler was the daughter of Joseph B. and Sophronia Wheeler.
Added by Suz Lew on Jun 14, 2017 2:19 PM
Suz Lew
One more edit
Just found the oldest daughter, Marian Magdaline Wheeler McHaney. Requested the link to her parents. OMG. She married William Sims McHaney. He died between 1873 and 1880, presumably in Marion County. He should be buried at Fredonia, except I never found him there.

Suz Lew
Added by Suz Lew on Jun 14, 2017 10:45 AM
Suz Lew
Send out link requests for John Milton and Florence Jane "Jennie" Fuller. Gonna link Nettie next. Can't find this Horatio or Maria Magdaline.

Added by Suz Lew on Jun 13, 2017 9:12 PM
Suz Lew
I've beat the 1860 Marion County, senseless. I asked for no names, born 1818 +/- Ohio and male. No Wheeler or a name that could be mangled. I asked for no names, born 1820 +/- Vermont and female. No Wheeler or a name that could be mangled. Same deal with Wyandot County, Ohio.

Six trees on Ancestry, none have 1860. And none have daughter named Nettie. Parents of eight; John Milton, Daniel Melville, Florence Jane, Joseph Portius, Emma Horatio, Harriet Josephine and Maria Magdaline.
Added by Suz Lew on Jun 13, 2017 8:46 PM
Suz Lew
Okay getting families confused. Greene County were the Cargill's and the Wheeler's came from Wyandot County.

Added by Suz Lew on Jun 13, 2017 7:34 PM
Suz Lew
RE: Two More Wheeler's
Well that 100 years difference sure explains why she isn't with the family in 1870 or 1880. I think for 1860 you're going to need to try Ohio. Wait, let me check again. Is one of Joseph's son was he Milton? Yes. They came from Greene Co. Ohio to Illinois. I found 1850, 1870 and 1880, but 1860 eluded me.

Added by Suz Lew on Jun 13, 2017 7:16 PM
Suz Lew
Two More Wheeler's
Just had a brain fart and realized that I needed to add row and grave #'s for Harriet and per the Cem Book, two more daughters (?) of Joseph and Sophrona are in the same row.

Made the memorials for Nettie and Emma, but I can't positively identify Nettie as their daughter. She died outside of the Illinois death records.

I'll do a little more work to figure out Nettie, Emma's good to go.

Added by Suz Lew on Jun 13, 2017 3:02 PM
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