|Eddie Donlin||Cel Fischer|
Do you happen to be related to Celia Fischer?
|Barbara Wright||Ella Disosway Gants|
A volunteer has taken a picture of the gravestone for Ellie.Thought you would want to look at it.
|Terry T||Letitia Disosway|
The information has been added to the site.
I will ask the other site caretakers to link the family members.
Thank-you for the information.
Added by Terry T on Oct 01, 2012 4:07 PM
|Terry T||Letitia Disosway|Added by Terry T on Oct 01, 2012 4:05 PM
|Barbara Wright||Israel Doty Disosway|
I'm very pleased to see that you've added Israel's tombstone. I was looking at the date of his birth and it looked like May 26, 1789. I think I will change the date from what I recorded.
|Barbara Wright||Magnolia Cemetery|
The tombstone shared with John H. Disosway at the Magnolia Cemetery gives reason to search for a son named Clement M. Disosway (1873-1877). By looking for a marriage record for John H. Disosway we might discover the name of his wife.
|Barbara Wright||Gant Pictures|
What a wonderful thing you have done to post the pictures of Edwin and Mary Ella Gants to the Cumberland Cemetery. "Ella" was the sister to my husbands great-grandmother, Willie Anna Disosway Wright. We have heard how close these sisters, Ella and Willie, were to each other. We have some group photo's of the Gants and Wrights, but they are fading and are distant shots. I have posted Willie's photo to her memorial at First Lutheran Cemetery #1, Marshall County, Ill. If you would like to visit it, you can see the other Wright's that I've added pictures for. We were blessed to get all the pictures, and now future generations can enjoy them. I had pictures of Mark R. Disosway and Mary H. that I posted on the Sheldon Cemetery memorials. Have you got any better pictures? These were very old, maybe copied from plates.
|Mark||Gardner - Harris Cem.|
Hi. Do you know much history of this cemetery? I see on Google Earth that it has been cut off from the street and seems to be between 2 back yards.
My gg grandparents lived on Boone and Crigar, about 2 blocks away and died in 1888 and 1897. I have not been able to determine their burial location but it is likely to be here. They even had a Gardner living next to them on the Census.
Since you've found the cemetery, do you know of any records, or stones that might exist? Their last name was Free. Thank you.
Added by Mark on Apr 06, 2012 11:10 AM
|Tammy Stachowiak(McStoots)||RE: Thank You|
there are alot of judd's and gants over there i would be happy to go back and see what i can get for you
|Jack Williams||Matthew Gants|
Happy to help!
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