|Stacy (Ashmore) Cole||RE: Joseph Ashmore @ Flemington Presbyterian|
Ann, thanks so much for your reply! I am interested in Joseph Ashmore because I've recently discovered that he is my great-great grandfather through his 2d marriage, to Emma Shave. I've been fortunate enough to find a cousin, Jerry, who has passed on a wealth of information, so I can tell you that Joseph's 3d wife was Amelia Ann "Emma" Fulton (nee Andrews) (8/29/1823-3/22/1902), who had previously been married to William J. Fulton. She and Joseph married on Nov 30, 1871. I found their marriage record through Ancestry.com in the Georgia marriage records.
I suspect that's the wife you're looking for? His first wife was Mary Elizabeth Ashmore.
One odd thing is that the tombstone at Mt. Olivet clearly says Joseph was born on April 13, 1819, but every other reference I've found says April 15.
|Stacy (Ashmore) Cole||Joseph Ashmore @ Flemington Presbyterian|
Hello! I am researching Joseph Ashmore (1819-1889). He was my great-great grandfather. I photographed a tombstone for him at the Mt. Olivet Methodist Church cemetery in Fleming, then found your memorial (#59689695) saying that he is buried at Flemington Presbyterian Church cemetery. I am close enough to visit but see that there are a lot of interments there. Would you happen to have any information about whether there is a tombstone for him there and where it might be in the cemetery. Any help you can provide with this will be very much appreciated!
I created a memorial based on the Mt. Olivet tombstone (#177020527). The birthdate for the two Josephs is slightly different (April 13 vs. April 15) and there is no death date on the Mt. Olivet tombstone (or if there is, it is buried beneath the ground).
Stacy (Ashmore) Cole
|Ellie Naylor||Pic - Hampton Howard|
You're so welcome Ann - (now that I've moved back to the area) was just making random pics for posting - glad to know that I found one of yours. It's almost impossible to find a specific marker for photographing because of the cemetery's size. Glad I did some good.
|Marsha Washburn||RE: William Eve|
|Tambre Bergstrom-Markfort||RE: Nephew King|
You are so very welcome...I was more than happy to help!
|Dawn Belding Rockwell||Hi Ann|
Do you have all of the requested headstones? Other than the one the gentleman couldn't find a stone for? If not, I'll be out next week to the Summerville Cemetery.
|Robert Dogan||RE: Cornelia Twiggs|
I'm glad I could help.
|Deborah Keller||RE: Joseph Glover|
I send a message to your gmail address.
|Grave Quest||RE: Florence Scherff|
Happy to help! :)
|Nancy Cornelius||RE: Joseph Glover|
I forgot to say that in the record that I posted where he is in the cemetery, is also a record of the stones they found and his name is not noted there. The only Glover family are Campbell, Maybell, Carlisle, Hugh, Thomas, Virginia, Campbell Jr and Mary. So he may not have ever had a stone.
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