|Brock Bierman (#47392967)|
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|Ray J Tuleya||Jesse Mansberger|
Please delete the photos from his Find A Grave Memorial# 88865822. It was wonderful you shared them, but for the wrong person. This Jesse was not from Indiana, but Pennsylvania
|gymbeauxjr||RE: James Rankin|
Hi Brock - I'll send you an email shortly to your @msn
|chcobe||RE: Irby Rhew|
Ellen is ill and has asked me to do her edits for her. I found on the following 2 websites some information for you. I hope they will help answer your question. If not please let me know and I will contact Ellen for you.
Rhew, E A (Irby), b. 1806, d. , *(This Is The Grave Of Irby Rhew Bound Out In 1819 By His Mother Polly Rhew To John Redmond, Sr., To Learn 'The Art & Mystery Of A Hatter' Married Artelia Browning In 1831. He Is Said To Have Chosen This Rough Stone From The Eno River As His Tombstone
354. Rhew, E A (Irby) (b. 1806 - d. )
*(This Is The Grave of Irby Rhew Bound Out In 1819 by His Mother Polly Rhew To John Redmond, Sr., To Learn 'The Art and Mystery of A Hatter' Married Artelia Browning In 1831. He Is Said To Have Chosen This Rough Stone From The Eno River As His Tombstone)
Added by chcobe on Oct 28, 2016 4:02 PM
|R.J.||Culum B. Chappell|
Brock, Thank you for your addition of the paper giving the cause of death of Culum that you posted on his memorial. He was my grandfather's brother. I had more on him that I got from a cousin whose grandmother had saved the pictures and obit. She was Culum's sister. I found a court document on him where his brothers and sisters in going through papers that their parents left, found an insurance policy on Culum that was worth over $3,000. They were awarded the money and split it. If you are interested, go to the Birmingham Public library website. Culum's name is listed in the index on court records. R.J.
Added by R.J. on Jun 20, 2016 8:27 AM
|R.J.||Culum B. Chappell|
What do you have on him ? R.J.
Added by R.J. on May 28, 2016 9:51 AM
|C||RE: Turner Family|
Hi, the source that I have for the burials of the Turner family in Holy Trinity church in Bowie, Maryland are from the book Stones and Bones: Cemetery Records of Prince George's County, Maryland; page 58:
The Toaping Castle Chapter D.A.R. recorded the tombstones found in October 1954. Burials from the Parish Registers 1886-1967 for which there are no markers:
Christian Elizabeth Turner, Joseph Frank Turner and Lillian Alverta Turner. (taken from a list of names with no markers from said Register; page 68)
Hope that helps.
Added by C on Jan 02, 2015 1:37 AM
Brock, You sure can post, copy or add to your ancestry or remembrance files, any picture I post. I make no claims to these pictures. They are posted for ALL to remember and share. His name is recorded as Martin Mc Adams with the Department of Veterans Affairs. I sent an edit to them to correct the listing from Artin MacAdams.
|Karen Sipe||Alexandria Carlson|
Thank you so much for asking before using a photo.
Please fee free to use the photo of her headstone. I do ask that you give proper credit.
|Karen Sipe||Nels and Alexandria Carlson|
Sorry Brock I did not notice any other Carlsons. Alexandria's stone was unique from the stand point that there wasn't another like it near by.
Just saw that edits for memorials maintained by Wilton Golson must go through findagrave. So, maybe you can just have his deleted as a duplicate?
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