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|Genie Angel (#18900462)|
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I have been a genealogy researcher for the past twenty-four years. My husband shares my enthusiasm and he has a very nice family tree of his own. When I am not working on my own family tree you will find me helping someone else with theirs.|
The following text is from the Bible
"At that time shall arise Michael, the great prince who has charge of your people. And there shall be a time of trouble, such as never has been since there was a nation till that time. But at that time your people shall be delivered, everyone whose name shall be found written in the book. And many of those who sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake, some to everlasting life, and some to shame and everlasting contempt. And those who are wise shall shine like the brightness of the sky above; and those who turn many to righteousness, like the stars forever and ever.
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|Crissie||John Franklin Wagner|
Are your related to John Franklin Wagner? (# 64786208) If not would you please transfer to me. He is my great grandfather.
Added by Crissie on Jul 31, 2017 6:46 AM
|neenee379||Agatha Daly Brown Bauquier|
I just posted a picture of her grave if you're interested. Have a great day! Find A Grave Memorial# 105565216
|Bill Hunt||RE: Jane|
The following is a transcription of John Cox’s noncupative will:
On Saturday the last day of June 1832, John Cox, now deceased, late of Warren County, Kentucky, in the time of his last sickness at his habitation in said county, called on the undersigned to take notice of which was his will, which is as follows Viz:
First, he directed that all his just debts to be paid.
Second, he willed to his son Phineas, a Negro boy named Sam.
Third, to his son John, a Negro boy named Jacob.
Fourthly, to his son Coleman, one hundred dollars.
Fifthly, to his daughter Elizabeth Mansker, one hundred and fifty dollars.
Sixthly, to his daughter Nancy Posey, a Negro woman named Violet and her two children, now in the possession of John Posey until the suit between Samuel Sublet and himself in the Logan Circuit Court shall be decided and if the suit should be decided against him in favor of Sublet, those Negroes or as many of them as will be sufficient to satisfy said Sublet judgement be sold for that purpose by his Executors (will hereinafter name). But should the suit be decided in his favor, then his will was that his Executors shall convey said Negroes in such way that said daughter Nancy Posey shall have benefit of them during her life and after her death pass over and belong to her children.
All the balance of his estate he willed to his wife Sally during her life and after her decease, he willed his Negro Polly and child Isham to his daughter Jimsey Sears.
To his grandson, William C. Taylor, a Negro boy named George and his Negro man named Henry and Negro woman Milly to be sold by his Executors.
To his daughter, Sinai, a Negro girl named Sylvia, to be passed to her or a trustee for her use and benefit in such manner as his Executors shall think proper.
To his grandson, John Wheeler, a Negro boy named Peter during life and at death to his daughter Sinai’s use and benefit in such manner and form as his Executors deem advisable. He moreover requested that at the death of his wife, his Executors should give to his daughter, Winney Grubbs, and his son, Burwell, something more than they heretofore received leaving that something to the discretion of his Executors. He appointed his sons, Jackson and Philip Cox, Executors to his last will and requested that they should be satisfied out of his estate for their trouble, stating that he had heretofore given them all that he intended for theirs.
The property here given to his daughter Sinai be designed and so willed should at her death go to her children.
(Signed) Jackson Cox, Robert Johnson
(Warren County, Kentucky, County Court, July Term 1832)
The foregoing nuncupative will of John Cox deceased, was produced in Court and proved by the oath of Jackson Cox and Robert Johnson subscribing witness and ordered to be recorded which is accordingly done.
|Freddy Brown||RE: 3 unnamed Coles|
I would probably contact the Allen County Historical Society. There are probably people working there who helped put together the cemetery books years ago. I know the publishers of the cemetery books took information from people in the Society who just told them of people buried in the cemeteries.
|Freddy Brown||RE: 3 unnamed Coles|
Sorry, I don't know these people.
|Dan Oh||Eliza Redstreake|
Funeral notices added. they were cut off on the right from the original source, no sloppiness on my part.
Added by Dan Oh on Apr 19, 2017 11:24 AM
|Judy Young||RE: Adele Eversole|
Very happy to hear that. Enjoy the memorial.
|Judy Young||Adele Eversole|
I would like to know how related, even if just a friend. That is all I ask of the folks that request a transfer. I will go ahead with this one. I am not a collector of memorials. I hope the reason she is somehow related or was a friend, or the parent of a dear friend, a neighbor that was kind and you grew up knowing. Or something. Most of us do not like to make transfers without the info. As you may know many will only transfer according to findagrave rules, and that is to 4 generations of parents, grandparents. I do not think if a person is you Aunt, Uncle, sister you should not have the memorial. As a matter of a fact a dear friend is a good reason to me. So please make it a habit to put the relationship to say why you want to manage the memorial.
This was sent to me:
Find A Grave contributor Genie Angel has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Adele Eversole.
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=41264767
Link to contributor profile: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=18900462
Email address of contributor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Requesting Adele to be transferred to me 41264767, thank you
|Linda Mac||RE: M. D. Isbell 162723192|
The information is from the Fulton County, Kentucky Cemeteries Volume 5, Hickman City Cemetery, Published by Fulton County Genealogical Society, 2010, pg 134 of 303.
Would you like a transfer of all of the Isbells? As
far as I know right now I am not related and would be happy to give to a family member. Linda Mac
|James Odland||Emma Casseday (#174674852)|
I have accepted your edits for Emma.
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