|Cherie Valentine (#46809961)|
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I work at Illinois State University in Normal, IL. I had worked in the circus since I was 3. My parents, George & Lorriane Mather Valentine, had the Flying Valentinos flying trapeze act in the 30s and 40s.|
I belong to the DAR, Colonial Dames of the 17th Century, McLean County Genealogical Society, Colonial Daughters of the 17th Century, McLean County Historical Society, Circus Fans Assn of America, and Circus Historical Society.
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|LDR||Charles Siegrist Patterson|
No relation. I did research on the Canton, PA Circus and then went to the Park Cemetery to find all the tombstones and was disappointed that there was no memorial for Charlie at Park.
Added by LDR on Mar 22, 2017 4:12 PM
|Evelyn Goforth||RE: Mather|
My 2x great grandmother was Frances Mather Bishop. which child is your ancestor?
|Andy kelleher||RE: Richard Morgan|
Dear Mrs. Valentine. I cannot reconcile 2 Richard Price Morgan's with the same date of birth and dead in Illinois , in neighboring counties. I sincerely believe that Richard Price Morgan & Richard Price Morgan Jr. & Wives, are buried in Dwight, Illinois. His was the founder of our town. At first I would suggest that the entry in Bloomington be deleted. But on second thought we should try to determine from a head stone if possible if even the name is correct. Especially the "P" or "Price" is associated with it. Our RPM did live in Bloomington and worked out of the C&A works there for some time. Do you have a head stone picture? Lastly, the bio is exactly that of the founder of the our town, and he cant be in two places at the same time. I look forward to getting it all cleared up and thank you in advance for you assistance. Sincerely, Andy, Dwight Illinois
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! I moved Richard from Seaside to Eastlawn. I also added the plot information you so graciously provided. Thank you so very much for your help!
Added by LJCL16 on Mar 24, 2016 2:30 PM
Thank you so much for clarifying her burial location. I had received information from another member that said Margaret and her husband were buried with their son at Seaside, however that appears to be incorrect.......... Could you let me know if their son Rev. Richard Peltz is also buried in Eastlawn? Since I was told they were all buried at Seaside, I am a little concerned that may not be true.......... Good luck with the book! Take care, CB
Added by LJCL16 on Mar 23, 2016 7:50 PM
|David B. Ross||Oliver & Sophia Ross|
You left flowers on the gravesite of Oliver Ross on 11.5.2012. I visited today and am curious why you left flowers. Are you a relative? Do you have any additional information on Oliver Ross?
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year in 2016.
David B. Ross
|Vauna Snyder Stahl||sprague|
Would you contact me and let me know if you have other info?
|Krista McKitrick||John Shell|
I have found a stone that says John Shell, but I'm not able to see the date. Would you happen to know if he was in the service?
Sorry, I didn't see any stones with the last name George. If you would like I can look at the Historical Society to see if there is someone I might have missed.
Added by Squeekie on Jul 02, 2015 8:08 PM
|KL Aguilar & PA Willis||RE: Esther Rhymer|
I looked up the obituary for the Carl A. T. Johnson who died in 1916; it mentions his wife predeceasing him, so he is not the Carl August Johnson you are looking for.
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