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|D. Eick (#47005568)|
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26 year public school teacher, lover of American history and Science, amateur genealogist, family man, who loves to research family history during road trips. Related to and researching Eick, Lipke, Lovell, Winegar, Neff, Cagle, Brown, Rosser, and more lines. Gathering and creating memorials here for loved ones and ancestors. Been away from it for a bit, but am getting back into it as time allows. Hope to eventually have time in the summer to become a photo volunteer. In the meantime, I am collecting all my ancestors and relatives graves for my own virtual cemetery. Any photos I have added to memorials may be used for the respectful memory of the deceased. However, they are not for publication elsewhere, and certainly not permitted for profit to anyone other than myself. See also Ancestry.com Eick Family Tree, Broken Branches and All.|
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|sue duncan||RE: Alvina Eick|
At this time, I do not have the location of the headstone. I was just out taking photos that day and didn't note it. I will, however, get the information next time I am out there.
|Brandy||RE: Alvina Eick|
Sorry I don't have the plot numbers or any specifics. I go to the cemeteries and take pictures then come home and upload the ones that need photos.
Added by Brandy on Jul 03, 2017 11:38 AM
|Mary Green Kerr||RE: Thank you|
You are very welcome.
|Fran Colboth||George Washington Brown|
Darrel Dexter's Cemetery Book does not include George as being buried in Brown Cemetery, but his wife Elizabeth is listed. Since so much movement of headstones has occurred, I tend to believe the person who had actually been to the cemetery and saw the stones. He does not have him listed as being buried in Big Creek either. Thought some of you would find this transcription of his short obituary helpful, although it does not state where he was buried.
Jonesboro (IL) Gazette
13 Oct 1877:
George W. Brown, born two miles south of Jonesboro, aged 62 years, 5 months, 22 days, died at his residence four miles south of Anna and six miles southeast of Jonesboro 9 Oct 1877. (See also 20 Oct 1877, issue.)
|Tagh||RE: Thanks for the photo attempt|
I have some pics of Brown Cemetery, where would you like me to post them. I am new at this.
Added by Tagh on Aug 31, 2015 1:52 PM
|Melann||RE: George Washington Brown|
No I don't have photo. At the time I didn't think about taking a camara. The cemetery was grown up. Later when I went back someone had moved the headstones into a pile under a tree and had mowed and weed eated. Very sad! George Washington Brown is my 3rd great-grandfather.
Added by Melann on Jul 30, 2015 8:11 AM
|Melann||George Washington Brown|
I saw where you were wanting someone to confirm if George Washington Brown was actually buried in the Big Creek Cemetery or if he was in the Brown Cemetery. My husband and I found his headstone, over 10 years ago, in the Brown Cemetery next to his first wife Elizabeth.
Added by Melann on Jul 29, 2015 8:47 PM
|Kim Brown||Henry W. Ayer|
Thank you for your prompt edit of this Memorial! Kim
|K||RE: Thank you|
You are most welcome for the info. I am not related to her whatsoever. I am just helping to clean up some unknown burials and duplicates on Find A Grave. I came across her as an unknown and found her burial on her death certificate so I just wanted to give you that info. Again you are most welcome.
Added by K on May 30, 2015 11:13 AM
The memorial's been transferred to you.
Added by Eliza on Feb 17, 2015 12:03 PM
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