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|Jeannie Hemphill (#47413042)|
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New to genealogy, since moving back to west-central IL (Morgan Co) in 2006. Discovered how deep family Illinois roots are. |
1850s German immigrants for mom--
LAYERs-- Tazewell, Iroquois Cos.
RINGEISENs-- Tazewell, Woodford, Ford, Iroquois Cos.
From somewhere in county Antrim Ireland, dad's Scotch-Irish
HEMPHILL/McAFEEs arrived in the 1840s, and earlier (buried Springdale, Peoria; Laurel Hill Phila PA)
TAYLORs from Scotland settled in Cass Co.
McCLUN(g)s -- McLean Co.
PALLETT(e)-- Sangamon Co.
James SMITH -- OH/NJ; William Smith KY/VA
Thank you for all the help. Maybe can return favors.
Kindly ask about using photos elsewhere and give source. Add © Photo courtesy of Find-a-grave member #47413072 or my name. Thank you!
I enjoy reading your bios!
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|Terry Harney Harp||John Thomas Harney FAG #124005893|
You added a headstone photo to my Find A Grave memorial for John Thomas Harney Find A Grave #124005893. May I use this photo on my ancestry tree?
Terry Harney Harp
|linda schlenker||Uriah Johnson Devore|
Please add to your info on him.
He was also father of Mary Jane Devore, the 1st wife of Palemon Cage Bush. They all lived in Potosi, Washington Co., Missouri where Palemon and Mary Jane married. Moved to Scott & Morgan Co. Illinois where Mary Jane died in 1840.
Uriah born in what is now Allegheny Co., PA. Migrated to Fayette Co., KY before coming to St. Charles Co., Missouri and finally Illinois.
|<3 genealogy||RE: WHAT! no bio|
Haha. Added one ;-)
Do you want ownership?
sounds like this stone would be better off taken care of by someone that is more versed in local history than me.
Added by R&C on Apr 12, 2017 5:10 AM
|Pamela||Robert Barlow 147148724|
Thank you so much for your contributions to Find A Grave Jeannie.
I added two photos to your page for my great-great uncle, Robert Barlow #147148724 and his second wife, Clarissa Lavina Packard Barlow.
I see that his burial place is "unknown." I have the Application for Headstone" from the War Department and the cemetery is listed as La Harpe Cemetery, La Harpe, Illinois. I checked that cemetery's Find A Grave page, but neither he nor Clara are listed. Their daughter Clara Gertrude Barlow Law and her husband are listed. I'd be happy to contact the cemetery and ask if they have a record of Robert, if you haven't already tried.
I also see that you have "not proven" by the names of his parents, Samuel and Ellen Wrigley Barlow. I've seen the Civil War photo my grandmother had of "Uncle Robert" all my life. I can provide his christening record with parents named; he is named as son of Samuel and Ellen Barlow in 1841 Census; his parents, wives and descendants are recorded in a family record kept by his niece, the daughter of his brother Samuel. This "Samuel of California" is listed as one of two surviving brothers in Robert's Obituary. Samuel was my great-grandfather. He was widowed, living in Pomona, California with my grandmother and her sister at the time of Robert's death.
I can email copies if you you.
Thank you again for your contribution.
Added by Pamela on Mar 27, 2017 10:04 AM
|Mandy G.||RE: Alexander Holt|
I have no genealogical information about memorials I've listed. I rejected the suggestion because Elizabeth's memorial number was entered in the "Father" relationship field for Alexander Holt.
Added by Mandy G. on Mar 16, 2017 1:33 PM
I suppose we should use DE Duper on Jacksonville
findagrave supervisor from edit combines memorials with the same name and dates
Added by R&C on Mar 14, 2017 12:31 AM
we haven't finished taking pics in Jacksonville however the very low percentage makes me think there were a lot of people who were buried there without stones.
Added by R&C on Mar 13, 2017 9:33 PM
|R&C||Leopold C Wiegand|
I really don't know what you technically mean.
I can transfer ownership to you and do what you want to.
Added by R&C on Mar 13, 2017 9:04 PM
|Herbert Richards||Sardelia Wanamaker|
I would like to personally thank you for getting the photograph for me. I have numerous ancestors buried in various cemeteries around Jacksonville, IL. I was born in Jacksonville at 139 East Dunlap St., which no longer exists. The house was owned by my late paternal grandfather. I really appreciate your time and effort in getting this photo. That fills in another part of my ancestry tree. Thank you again.
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