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|Josephine Marie||RE: Please|
send grave number so I know what grave you are talking about
|Natalie Fee||Grover Cawley and Rosetta Harms|
Hi Heather, I just reported a couple of problems with 2 photo requests at Saint Johns Lutheran in Bartonville, IL. I believe they should be in the Lutheran cemetery in Peoria found here (https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=106688&CScntry=4&CSst=16&CScnty=761&CSsr=41&). These names are so easy to mix up, so I wanted to give you more info. I know there are some very active contributors for that cemetery that have been taking care of requests very recently, so maybe they will be able to find them for you. Have a great day!
|Sly_olsen||RE: Not sure if I thanked|
My pleasure! Glad I could help.
|Alma Lareina Cropper Bierley||Ira Huffmasters' second wife Martha Elizabeth Gregory|
Ira W Huffmaster
BIRTH 21 FEB 1851 • Loami, Illinois
DEATH 7 OCT 1939 • Jacksonville, Morgan, Illinois, USA
Ira married Martha Elizabeth Gregory after his first wife died.
His first wife was: Emmeline "Emma" Colburn
BIRTH JUL 1832 • Hebron, Grafton, New Hampshire
DEATH 18 MAR 1854 • Loami, Sangamon, Illinois, USA
His second wife was: Martha Elizabeth GREGORY
BIRTH 22 JUL 1867 • KY
DEATH 29 NOV 1926 • Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois
I am looking for her grave (Ira's tombstone only has his name on it and neither of his wives are mentioned on the stone.) and any information/pictures/documents/family Bible/Church Records/etc. that I can find out about her.
It is possible that Martha was the biological mother of my husband's grandfather.
My personal email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you ahead of time for any information that you can give me.
|B J||Charles Huffmaster|
Heather, Have been looking for some time with no luck. Have not checked with the office; sometimes helpful sometimes not. I believe he is your uncle? If you can get a location I can return and hopefully find the marker. So many are gone or to hard to read. BJ
Added by B J on Aug 21, 2016 5:01 PM
|Missy Corley||Thank you|
|john koch||stonewall jackson|
john sears did not fight with stonewall Jackson he was in the civil war john sears fought with Andrew Jackson in the war of 1812 he latter became president of the united states
|Dawn Stephenson||RE: Sarah Jones memorial|
Thank you, Heather.
I greatly appreciate your help in identifying information about my Shelby County ancestors. It is unfortunate that they have been neglected for so long. So many of the burials at Mud Run are my family: Reed, Carson, Crocker and Wood.
|Dawn Stephenson||Sarah Jones memorial|
Thank you again for posting the photo for Sarah Reed Jones. Your photos have made such a contribution to piecing together a family history.
May I include the photo in my Ancestry file?
Again, thank you.
|Dawn Stephenson||RE: Enon Jones|
The date I have for Enos Joes is 10 June 1849.
His wife, Sara Reed Jones, d. 16 Feb. 1773.
Thank you again for your help.
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