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Michael Bishop (#47718378)
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ditdit
RE: Samuel Smith Mosely Cemetery
All my records are lost in a computer crash.So all I can say is that it was as thoroughly researched as possible and most likely both are unmarked graves. Cemetery records sometimes miss this information when relatives are buried in a plot owned by someone else.

Sorry I cannot be of more help.
Added by ditdit on Jul 19, 2012 11:34 AM
Carol
Prestwood B Craddock
There is an article about him at http://oregonnews.uoregon.edu/lccn/sn83045782/1900-07-22/ed-1/seq-11/
Added by Carol on Jun 28, 2012 12:09 PM
Linda and William S.
The Brown Family
May we suggest that you ask, wherever your Browns are buried, that you ask the person who created the memorials that they transfer management to you so that when you find important family information, you will automatically be able to put the information right into the memorials (without having to ask the memorial creators to do it).

Sincerely,

The Schlaaks
Added by Linda and William S. on Feb 19, 2012 9:32 PM
Linda and William S.
RE: Stewart Brown
Concerning Stewart Brown's dau. Lizzie Bell & you have her being born in 1862. Also, you have her marrying Charles Wentworth & you put down his birth of April 4, 1881 in Kaukauna, WI & Lizzie dying in 1885.
According to what you have, Charles was only 4 years old when Lizzie died!
Added by Linda and William S. on Feb 18, 2012 7:11 PM
Linda and William S.
RE: Stewart Brown
Ancestry.com; where else? :D LOL. Hey, I "live by" that site, or I wouldn't know anything!Haha!

You can find about 4 versions of the same Stewart Brown, all with varying amounts of information. Just go into the Public Member Trees part of "Search", and put in ALL of Stewart's information. It gives all of their kids, too, so you can start making connections.

Clara "Clarrie" (Lawson) Brown is the dau-in-law of Stewart and Matilda; being that she is the "wife of J.S Brown". So, that part of the puzzle is together, now! :)

Have fun, and good luck! LS
Added by Linda and William S. on Feb 16, 2012 8:48 PM
Linda and William S.
Stewart Brown
Michael, we see you don't have any info on Stewart, in his memorial, as Darlene Chipman created it. If you can get her to give it to you, here is his information:

Stewart Brown
B. 3 April, 1821; D. 29 May, 1899
Birthplace: Armagh County, Northern Ireland.

Died in Hortonia Township, Outagamie Co, WI

Married Matilda KINSLEY in 1842; Chesterfield, Essex County, New York.

There is a Lizzie B. (Brown?) buried with them; probably their daughter? She is "the wife of G.W. Wentworth". She doesn't have a memorial, yet, so I'll make her a memorial with what little I have on her, until I find out more. LS.
Added by Linda and William S. on Feb 16, 2012 5:12 PM
 

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