|Shawn Lloyd(S.V. Lloyd) (#48094907)|
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I'm doing my ancestry research on Bourdeau, Lloyd, Lowe, Moore, Hartinger, Borland, Rucker, Koerner, Day, Etc.|
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I have added a photo to the memorial for Emery.
I'll let you know if I am able to get some better photos.
Added by Graceti on May 22, 2016 6:16 AM
|Graceti||RE: Olivier Bourdeau and Flavie Labelle|
I have added some photos to the memorials. If you would like to make a memorial for another son Emery
who died May 9 1925, I can add another photo of the back. It looks like he was twice married and his wives are on the side. Also marked are Theophile who died Feb 13 1906 and Polydore who died Oct 26 1938. I should also mention that this headstone includes several generations, with recent burials. The grave was well tended. There were photos and flowers around the base.
As I previously mentioned, I'll try again for some better photos.
Added by Graceti on May 21, 2016 12:00 PM
I have no clue. Can't find her either.
|America||RE: Robert Lloyd 1770-1844|
I wish I could help more, but I don't think I can. I live near both Nettle Creek & Myrtle Tree Cemeteries, and I have photographed all stones in both of them. I did not find one for your Robert Lloyd. And township cemetery records don't go back that far. Robert Lloyd could be buried in either cemetery, but I would guess probably Nettle Creek where you already have him listed. Sorry to not be a better help.
Added by America on Oct 15, 2015 8:03 PM
|familysearcher||RE: William Lloyd in Kentucky|
Yes, William Lloyd/Loyd married Nancy Trunnell on March 7, 1821 in Mason County, Kentucky. Nancy died before him. Nancy's findagrave memorial is #1288395409.
Twenty-nine years later, William Lloyd/Loyd married Nancy Trunnell's sister, Harriet Zerilda on April 3, 1850 in Benton County, Missouri. Harriet had been married before and lived in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Harriet's findagrave memorial is #76439365.
Harriet's mother, whose married name was also Nancy Trunnell, was strongly against slavery. She was given three slaves as part of a legal settlement. Because of her beliefs, she set the three slaves free in Brown County, Ohio. Years later, her daughter Harriet, who had no standing, sued in Kentucky to get one of these slaves, Sam, back. You can imagine the discord this caused in the family, since her mother was still alive in Brown County, Ohio.
I hope this is helpful to you. I don't have any other specific information on William Lloyd.
|Dale Lee Lane||Susannah Phillips|
Dear Shawn, Thanks for your input & note. I did change her mother's last name from Williams to Lloyd. I had it correct on my ancestry.com tree, but copied it wrong on this site. Thanks, Dale Lane
|M Powell||John Lloyd Memorial# 120052376|
Have you seen a birth record that may be him that says he was born Nov 26 1706? Devonshirehouse Birthes: John Lloyd son of Thomas Lloyd, merchant, and Sarah his wife, was born on the 26th day of November 1706 - in F(?)anchurch St in the Parish of St Katherin Coleman soe called, in London - Present Susannah Dodson} Midwife - also has Sarah Jones, Mary Coulston(?)and Grace Huddle
I found the record at Ancestry
Added by M Powell on Jun 09, 2015 1:14 PM
|Robert Stevenson-Wedding||RE: William Lloyd burial 1834|
That particular issue only dealt with the Lloyd family cemetery in Grayson Co. I suggest you kick it old school and find the nearest library with a genealogical collection of any size and check their holdings for Bourbon Co. records.
|Vickie Jackson||RE: George Lowe 1834-1910|
I don't know their relationship...how tragic they died so close together...maybe there was some type of disease going around (like TB or something).
This graveyard is very small and is right along the highway, next to a little river/stream; many of the graves were moved, because of flooding, but some graves still remain. It is very well kept. The cemetery used to go by a different name I think.
I am going to transfer these memorials to you.
If you contact the Warroad MN Library I am sure that they will check the old newspapers to search for obituary info or local news info on the deaths of these two; Warroad Library is so organized on genealogy info and very helpful!
Let me know if you need my assistance.
Sincerely, Vickie Jackson
|Dave Robinson||Paul and Marjorie Bourdeau - Ft Snelling|
Headstone photos are posted to their memorials.
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