|Linda Jennings Hug (#47905172)|
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I just became interested in genealogy this year (2012) on a cold day in February. It has become a passion to find and record the lives of my ancestors. They have become part of my heart.|
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|Jennifer (Rima) Buzzell||RE: Mary Elsie Rima|
Linda, So sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you. Clarence William Rima's father was William Nelson Rima (1834-1925). His mother was Matilda Amelia (Haynes) Rima (1838-1911). Matilda's parents were Asa Philander Haynes (1812-1852) & Mary Polly (Parsons) Haynes (1816-1853).
I do believe you and I are family! Clarence William & Mary Elsie (Everetts) Rima were my Great-grandparents. You said you have Mary Elsie's obituary card from the funeral home in Kansas. I would love it if you could send me a copy of that.
If you could email me at firstname.lastname@example.org we can share more information about the family.
|David R. Guinnup||E-mail Address, etc,|
I loss your e-mail address. Mom (Doris) forgot exactly when your mother's birthday was this month. I found the date yesterday, and this morning, we mad a card out and I will mail it Monday morning (04/28/2014). Even though the card will be belated, tell your mother that Doris says happy birthday and sends best wishes.
Dave Guinnup (Bear, Delaware)
|Frank Sullivan||Flavilla Lichlyter|
I have not been able to find her date she died. Sorry.
|Glenda Barry||RE: John & Mary Dishinger|
No, I don't know if they have markers or not, or if they are buried by Tull. I don't live in that area, and no transportation to go and check. I think there is a way to do a photo request on Find A Grave, and somebody from that area could check for you and take a picture, but I'm not sure how you do it. I think it would probably be addressed in the frequently asked questions, maybe you could check that. I'm sorry that I can't be of any more help. The cemetery transcripts that I work from have very limited info. Or maybe you could call the cemetery office and see if one of the workers could check on that for you. Good Luck!
|Robert Lawrence McKillip||James H. Jennings|
After looking at the photo closely, it is possible that the death year is 1889. I took the photo and relied on it for the information. I'm finding that on older gravestones it is often better to try to record the info directly from them. I will also note the location of the cemetery on the map is incorrect. Actually you go farther down the road and turn left on a gravel road, go up a hill and take the first right gravel drive through some woods to the cemetery. Not well marked or wasn't when my wife and I visited it three years ago.
|Karen Phillips||RE: Anda J Davis|
Please check out the additional information I have now included for Anda and Permelia. Thanks!
|Karen Phillips||RE: Anda J Davis|
I believe so. There is a marriage record for Andy J. Davis to Parmelia J. Jennings on 2 April 1893, Jefferson Co., IN.
There are buried side by side in the Oakdale section.
A son, Floyd R. Davis, lists them as parents on his marriage.
Hope this helps!
|David R. Guinnup||Bryan & Bernice Jennings|
I added their 50th Wedding Anniversary photograph to their respective memorials. Mom (Doris Guinnup, now 95+) had a small 4" x 3" copy. Also added a couple of more headstone photos. Must work on a bio for both, however.
Added a fairly long bio for Gilbert Charles Evertts (Bernice's grandfather), working on Mary. C. (Haynes) Evertts bio now. Comments and suggestions on bios are always welcomed. Give my best to your parents, and hope all is well with you and yours.
PS: Glad you are working on memorials for your Jackson ancestors and their sybilings.
|Glenda Barry||Tull Dishinger|
Thanks for the info, I have added it. He is not in my family, do you want him (or any others) transferred over to your care? Let me know at your convenience. Thanks for your help, it takes all of us working together to make this site as fabulous as it is. Have a great evening!