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|Bonnie Boggs||John Boggs Cemetery Madison Co KY|
I have made an edit request to have John Boggs 1759-1847 removed as the father of Thomas Jefferson Boggs that you manage. John Boggs of the John Boggs Cemetery in Madison Co., KY is a different John Boggs than John McKinley Boggs, father of TJBoggs. Although they both lived at the same time and close to each other (Madison Co. where Boonesboro is located and Lexington, Fayette Co., KY about 30 miles away), and they were likely related and certainly knew each other, they are two different people. Boggs researcher (me included) have not determined the death date, location or burial location for John McKinley Boggs. Nor do we know where his wife, Martha Oliver Boggs is buried and when she died. We know she lived for at least 20 years after when we believe he died sometime around or after 1810 when he disappears from the written record in Lexington. Martha is a widow running a boarding house in later census.
I hope you will consider this request. Thanks!
ggg-granddaughter, John Boggs 1759 DE to 1847 KY
|Benjamin and Rebecca Mason Hill||RE: Frizzell photo|
You are more than welcome! We loved doing it. And Thank You very much!
More than happy to share the photos- Thanks for enjoying them!
Added by Boggs322 on Nov 13, 2015 7:01 PM
|Bill and April||RE: Eunice Hooper Glovier photo|
Eunice's stone is in the northernmost, oldest section, midway back, on the dirt road side, at approximately 43.983698, -71.682344. On google maps it shows as white. The bottom of the stone is the first stanza from the hymn found here: http://www.hymnary.org/text/servant_of_god_well_done_thy_glorious_wa Servant of God, well done! Thy glorious warfare's past; The battle's fought, the race is won, And thou art crowned at last.
|P. L. Mohr||Charles Stillman Bradford|
Thank you for finding Charles' wife. You found more information about her than I did, and I appreciate it.
|Mark Miller||Oakland Memorial Cemetery|
I visited the cemetery in November, 2014. The stones of Edward and Susan are, as you described, in need of care.
I live in California, but have travelled to Clarksville 4-5 times in the last decade.
I am currently finishing a book (chiefly an enriched roster) on the Civil War soldiers of Johnson Co., Arkansas.
I hope to go visit the grave of Ascenith McConnell Street in Sonora, CA when I am next nearby.
I see you are a descendant of Edward E. McConnell and his wife Susan. I am as well, through his son William Henry.
|RJ||RE: Re: Maggie Frizzell Van Hooser|
Yes, good to finally hear from a Frizzell cousin!!
I do not have the names yet of David's parents. Most recently I was attempting to locate info on his children through Elizabeth. It was a "Godsend" to locate info on his death in an 1897 newspaper article--do you have that? We live just outside of Powells Crossroads, TN - where do you live?
Added by RJ on Feb 14, 2015 10:03 AM
|Tari L Elam||RE: Alice M Bradford Street|
If I recall correctly, I found the information in two history books about Sonora and Tuolumne County. It has been a number of years since I read the books, but I put all of the information in my family tree. Alice's father was a half-brother to my great-grandfather. I will try to locate the names and get back to you in a week or so. I do know Alice M. Bradford Street married Mr. Parsons in 1893.
|Tony Bell||RE: Susan Allnutt gravestone photo|
Catherine, there is an office at Oakland Memorial that might help point you to someone who would restore Susan's stone. The phone number listed is (479)754-8271.
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