|Deborah Crain||Joseph H. Painter|
When I tried to request a photo it said not a valid Cemetery. What does that mean?
I think I have found more siblings, but I would suggest that you in Crenshaw's Quaker records to confirm
Susanna Holloway Harrison, Married Henry Harrison in 1827 at Sussex Virginia.
Martha Holloway Judkins who is married to James Judkins. I believe he is buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
I also have suspicions Sarah remarried in 1808 in Columbiana County Ohio to Israel Scott.
All this information I got from Family search.
I do not want credit for this information. I hope it proves fruitful
Best Regards Gary
|Zelda||RE: New Painter memorials|
Took a few days to get back to this, sorry. I transferred new memorials, but it seems like there may be some relevant ones missing, or maybe I created fewer than I thought. If you run across anything I missed that you'd like to update or manage (you could hardly be called a hoarder), let me know.
Added by Zelda on Aug 26, 2016 11:34 AM
|Zelda||New Painter memorials|
Would you like me to transfer the new Painter memorials to you? Might make it easier to manage their information that way.
Added by Zelda on Aug 16, 2016 8:42 PM
You did a wonderful job on Wm Etherton site. Printed it out. One problem the parents are in error. Not sure but will add census/proof if you want. Father James Etherton mother Rachel Bixler. Have more info if you need it.
James Etherton appears on the 1850 federal census of Jefferson County, Dist 42 (19 Oct) Missouri (Page 469: FHL Micrfilm #443,610)
Etherton, James age 37 B KY farmer
Rachel age 33 B KY
William age 17 B KY
Jeremiah J age 14 B KY
John age 12 B KY
Robert age 10 B KY Attended School
Lorinda age 7 B KY
Jacob age 5 B KY
Daniel age 2 B IL
Added by N Aitken on Aug 08, 2016 11:12 AM
|Joshua Painter||RE: Katherine Painter|
I was rather dissappointed about not finding her stone. I had let myself get my hopes up about finding it. It's in the midst of a forest and probably about half of the cemetery is buried.
And that is very interesting. Do you have a digital copy of it?
|Joshua Painter||Katherine Painter|
I thought you may be interested in knowing that I live about 6 miles south of the location of where Sinking Creek Presbytian used to meet in Springfield, OH. I wanted to see if Katherine
Painter the wife of Andrew was buried in the Sinking Creek Cemetery. Unfortunately, most of the graves have been either vandalized or swallowed up by the earth. I did not find her name on any existing stone above ground. So unless a record shows up we may never know.
|Russell Kasper||Peabody (Houstonville) Cemetery|
No more information has been found regarding the Peabody (Houstonville) Cemetery. No more family members for the Peabody family have been found in the area, related to Charles A. and Amia Peabody. There are families with the name Houston (pronounced HUS TON) living in the area, to include Rantoul. They have not been able to tell me much, not really interested in genealogy. The Urbana Free Library, who maintains the only surviving records, have only two scraps of paper on file. One states the approximate location of the town of Houstonville and on piece giving the Post Office Zip code number. All other records were lost years ago. In 2013, when I went looking for remnants of the town, I found a sign the farmer put up indicating his farm field was the location of the defunct town. That sign has since been removed. No markers remain.
|Zelda||RE: Mary Ann Harman (née Painter)|
I think your memorial was already correct. Her death certificate is the only document I've seen indicating Isaac was her father; everything else I'm able to view points to Nathaniel, as you've said. I don't recognize the name of the informant, but the person likely mis-reported to the clerk.
Lots of Harmans at Union Grove. Piqued my interest because that's my maiden name, although I don't think I'm directly related to any of the Ohio clan — my ancestors from that line are mostly in Western PA.
Added by Zelda on May 01, 2016 11:08 PM
|Joshua Painter||RE: Photos|
Thank you for getting back to me. I was able to find the Franklin Painter photo. It was my cousin Jonathan Painter that told me about the possibility of a George Painter photograph. He said something about his picture being previously displayed in a museum in Champaigne County Illinois. He said the museum is no longer there. It could be difficult tracking it down.
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