|laribel||William Osborn-Georgetown Cemetery|
I tried to email you but the email provided/linked with your find a grave account isn't valid (you may want to update that on your findagrave account so that you can be contacted for edits and replies).
I looked through everything I could from info sent to me for edits (I keep all suggestions and messages for memorials) and could not find a message for this memorial. Maybe someone sent it to me along with info in another family members edit suggestion.
I am not sure where I got the link. Sorry I am not able to send you more details.
I live within about 5 minutes of both cemeteries. Our county also has extensive records and information for old genealogy info available at the library which I go to a lot. It is possible I stumbled upon the info verifying their relationship when there one day and linked it from something I found myself. I am not related to these gentlemen, but have my own family stuff I am there for randomly, and I also try to work on local cemeteries when I can and sometimes find stuff for them and try to have memorials adjusted to reflect any info I find. Maybe I found it there in something.
At the time I was entering the first memorials I did in the cemetery William is in, they had their cemetery burial records online in a searchable base. Maybe it came from that. I am really not sure.
I normally check info best I can before linking.
If you have conflicting info that verifies a correction, feel free to forward the documentation and I will be happy to review and adjust accordingly.
Sorry I can not be of more help.
Added by laribel on Apr 27, 2017 12:54 PM
|Tanya Whited Sweet||Mary Gant|
Hello. I have added a picture for Mary Gant's memorial under your request. However, if this is not the correct Mary Gant, please let me know and i will remove it. Thank you.
|Greg Phipps||RE: Walter John Bradford|
Carol, sorry for the late reply, but I just saw the message. He was my paternal grandfather. There was mo room on the stone to add his name.
|s e folmar||RE: Daniel Beck|
I'll keep an eye out. Maybe something will turn up. I sometimes find the most interesting things when I'm looking for someone else.
|steven coulter||Ransom Davis|
Sorry, I've not encountered Ransom Davis who married Hannah Doan and Elizabeth Stout.
Jesse Davis' son, my uncle Reuben Davis 1794-1880, married in 1820 in Indiana to Hannah Clark.
|s e folmar||RE: Daniel Beck|
I took another look at the stone I posted for Daniel. Alonzo Beck & wife are behind it. William Beck & wife are to the right & Albert is to the left. Three faces have ovals as in the picture. 2 of them have no trace of writing. The 3rd does but I haven't been able to make out anything. I'll keep trying but who else might this stone be for?
|s e folmar||RE:David Beck Photo|
This old stone is in the same plot with Alonzo & Mary Beck plus others. Couldn't read it last time but it was getting dark. Will try again as soon as I get a chance. I can always delete it if I'm wrong.
|Vicki Peterson||Susan Ann (Cammack) Parker|
Hi Carol, I added your Cammack information to her memorial with credit to you. If you'd rather I hadn't please let me know and I'll remove it. Vicki
I did not add the Find a Grave memorial for Cammack Gregory, but I did add the documentation of his Civil War Pension and Headstone Provided for Union Veterans showing his name as Cammack Gregory and his Civil War Record as found on his memorial, also has the name that way. His widow and minor child are listed with the last name Gregory on his CW Pension.
|Vicki Peterson||Susan Ann Cammack Parker|
No, I'm not a direct descendent of the Cammack family. My extended connection is through the Parker line but off the top of my head, can't remember just how; probably through my granddaughter's ancestry. Guess I should check again to see if I can find the connection (could be I haven't found the in-between generation's burial to make the link). Vicki
Susan Ann Cammack Parker is a sister to my Emelia Jane Cammack Grider. They are daughters of Lewis and Margaret Cammack. They had a brother John Cammack who also died in or around Bloomfield Davis County Iowa. My Emelia Jane died there about 1851. Are you relation to this family by any chance? Carol
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