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Ellen FanningCoulter (#47637781)
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My ancestors came to Morgan and Scott Counties in the late 1820s and early 1830s. I am related to most of the residents of Gunn, Bethel, Buckhorn, Youngblood, and Manchester Cemeteries. I have been researching my family history for about 30 years. Names I have researched: Fanning, Birdsell, Wright, Wyatt, Kelley, Rea, Masters, Lemon, Brown, Neal, Terry, Dugger, McCurley, Tribble, Beadles, Penton, and many more.
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P. Meado
RE: daughter of Edward Wyatt
Thanks Ellen....thanks for the update.
Added by P. Meado on Aug 03, 2016 7:51 PM
Sarah Bassett Dawson Hibbert
Thank you, I will work on updateing her memorial. I am related to her.

Added by Barbara on Apr 19, 2016 2:47 PM
Thank You!!!
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo requests!!!
Added by JMC on Nov 26, 2015 12:21 PM
RE: Tom Ralston Needles edit
No Worries.
Added by nk on Nov 19, 2015 10:17 AM
Colorado Graver
Many Thanks!

That information was amazing! Thanks for your help. I will have time to digest it over the weekend, so I may have some follow up questions. Are you related to any of the people you mentioned?

Added by Colorado Graver on May 15, 2015 12:06 PM
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Harriet Wyeth
Hi Ellen,

I see that you have added a picture and profile for Harriet Wyeth (116336294) and her son Peyton to Find a Grave. I am looking for information about this family and their ancestors (Wyeth/Wyatt). Do you know anything about the parents of Harriet? I think her maiden name may be Beebee or Beebe and middle name may be Pamela. Are there any local sources that you know of such as a library or church records about the area? Sure seems like she died young, so there might be something in a local paper. (Last question, I promise) Do you know where the husband A. R. Wyeth is buried? I have in my records that his name is probably Alexander Reed.

Thanks so much for all you do on Find a Grave,

Added by Colorado Graver on May 13, 2015 7:57 PM
Elizabeth Jane
I would be happy to make the change you requested. Could you give me her Find A Grave number and last name.
Added by FranBod on Mar 09, 2015 11:28 AM
Deen/Dean Search in Manchester Cemetery
Thank you for searching the cemetery for Robert, Catherine, John and Nancy Deen/Dean. I really appreciate your effort in searching for their graves, especially when I did not know if they had any grave markers at all. I had hoped they would be found with the other Deans who DO have headstones. At least, now I know!! Thanks again!
Added by sjmohr on Oct 14, 2014 11:35 AM
Barbara Butler Wormington
RE: Margaret Waddell Huggins Barnes
Yes, I did notice that! Thank you! Poor Hiram Huggins, my great-grandfather, died of tuberculosis when he was only 38 and my grandmother was only 5. I have the highchair he built for her, probably about 1880, that has been used by every generation of babies since. I guess it's more of a toddler chair, with no tray, and you pull it up close to the table. It's my most treasured family heirloom. Thank you so much for taking those pictures. Oh, one more story. My great-grandmother, Margaret Elizabeth Waddell, was an orphan. I don't know how her parents died, but somehow, by the age of 9, they were gone and she was living with her paternal uncle in Jacksonville. My mother told me how, at the age of 14, Margaret went with her uncle to see the Abraham Lincoln funeral train when it reach Springfield. She was very much affected by that and talked of it often.
Added by Barbara Butler Wormington on Aug 24, 2014 12:27 PM
Barbara Butler Wormington
Margaret Elizabeth Waddell
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph my great-grandmother's graver marker. I'd just about given up hope that anyone would fulfill my request. Thank you!
Added by Barbara Butler Wormington on Aug 17, 2014 4:57 PM
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