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Matt, I'm looking for info on Robert Jackson and Mary Ann Henthorn. I saw you had requesting pictures of their grave stones.
I believe Robert was an ancester of my husband , I found info that indicates he was 76 years old when he died. Then I found a picture of a grave stone posted on his memorial, that merely states he died when he was 56 years,10 months, and I believe 25 days. I have had 2 people question me about the age.
Since you were requesting pictures of the stones, I was wondering if you had a connection, and if so would there be any information you'd be willing to share with me.
Thank you for any help.
Thank you for trying to find this grave site in the Dale - Rice Cemetery. Do you now what the note on her memorial page might mean?
Added by Thomas on Aug 03, 2013 10:16 PM
|Rhonda Tollenaar-Lindemann-Huffman||RE: Inscription for Sylvia Hallowell|
If it is not raining tomorrow I will run back out and see what I can read
It is only about 5 min from my house
|Ron Chapin||RE: Bigelow photos|
Well,her marker wouldn't be the first one in the cemetery to be wrong.
Hebberd says, wife of Albert died Nov. 17, 1844 age 24y 5 m.
Court records won't do us any good, they don't start until 1877 with deaths.
Good luck !
|Ron Chapin||RE: Bigelow photos|
Not a problem, got the two daughters while I was there.
Any idea who Pantheal Hebbard is ?
Stone is between Rebecca and Harriet or Helen, I forget which.
Matt: Let me know if you'd like the actual location information for the gravesites. Kathy
Added by Kathy on Oct 06, 2012 1:05 PM
|Kat and 3 E||Glew Family|
I hope the information I have entered is helpful. I believe I have found Anna Glew's (#96978317) Husband (John #85985235). I will let you do the leg work. I hope the obits have helped.
|Lani Ueland||Alden Leach|
I found this information on a website by a genealogical society here in town. I don't know if it gives you any additional information, but you never know! Photo tomorrow! Lani
LEACH, ALDEN D. *
b. Jul 1830 New York, d. 12 Apr 1901 of kidney
failure, age 71y 3m. Int. 13 Apr 1901 in SW 144 S/2
Line 1. (D. FLETCHER LEACH- a son). Alden D.
Leach was a. Civil War Veteran CO. I 3rd Wisconsin
Cavalry. Married to Eunice (1833-1903), a farmer
who owned 48 acres. NOTE: D. Fletcher Leach was
their son born Feb 1872 in Wisconsin - not buried in
the plot. D. Fletcher Leach was a school teacher in
1900 Census had wife Florence E. Leach born Jul
1875 in Texas and children (all born in Washington
State):(1) Waitewell E. (male) b. May 1896, (2)
Wadewass (male) b. May 1896, and (3) Alden Leach
b. Aug 1899. Parents were not listed, but father
was born in Mississipi and mother in
Massachuttes. Ref: #3 & #4 (1900 Census).
LEACH, EUNICE B.
b. Apr 1833 Wisconsin, d. 1 Oct 1903 of dropsy
(diabetes), age 70y. Int. Oct 1903 in SW 144 S/2 Line
1. (D.FLETCHER LEACH). She was the widow of Alden D. Leach. Parents names were not known
but they were born in Maine.Ref: #3 & #6 (1900
|Dicky||RE: Nelson markers|
I'll try to get a better picture next week when the sun is in a better position.
Added by Dicky on Sep 28, 2012 11:20 PM
|Richard Akins||RE: Gist Markers|
I put all the Gist (and related) photos that I had into Dropbox. You can access them
I tried sending email a couple more times w/o success. Hotmail must not like K-State!
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