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Pam Hochhausler (#48466659)
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Charlotte H
RE: Crocheron Family
You really do wonder what made him change his name. A suggestion for you is to put a query on the Richmond County Roots web site. There are many Decker descendants, including myself, who use the site. If you need any assistance with the Crocherons, please let me know.
Added by Charlotte H on May 22, 2015 6:30 AM
Charlotte H
RE: Crocheron Family
Margaret Crocheron was a daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth/Eliza (Wood) Crocheron. She was born about 1804 and died at age 69. Sh married 2 Feb. 1831 James T. Decker. I do not know the name of his parents. I know that their son, Ansley Decker is listed in the New York State 1855 census as Ansley Decker age 28. That puts the date of marriage of his parents in question. I have a note that Margaret is buried in the Asbury cemetery. Daniel and Elizabeth (Wood) Crocheron had 9 children, including Margaret. Daniel Crocheron's line back to the immigrant is Abraham, Daniel, Abraham, John and Jean. Elizabeth/Eliza Wood was the daughter of Joseph and Ann (Lawrence) Wood.
Added by Charlotte H on May 19, 2015 9:55 AM
Hector & Lulu Gerber
Hector and Lulu were the only marked graves in the plot. It is obvious that others are buried there, though.

Added by Rob on Sep 26, 2014 4:21 AM
Just got home.... There are two marked graves in Section 23, Lot 102: Hector & Lulu. Getting reay to post photos, I'll transfer the memorials I've created to you.

I'm going to have to see about getting a copy of the plot record. This is interesting!!!

Added by Rob on Sep 25, 2014 3:29 PM
I'm seeing contradicting data; could be transcribing errors?

If Hector & Lulu aren't really there, it may require a trip to the library or to the cemetery office during business hours. But first, I'll stop by the cemetery and check Section 23, Lot 102. I'll photograph what I find and let you know.


Added by Rob on Sep 25, 2014 9:13 AM
RE: Found IT
glad to help, Pam. I'm at kind of a "dead end" on researching my family, so I get my "fix" helping others. Genealogy is an addiction!!!

Let me know if I can ever be of any help, especially with Evergreen/Campbell county, Kentucky.

Best regards,

Added by Rob on Sep 24, 2014 11:19 AM
Found it!!!
Per Campbell County GenWeb; Newport (Evergreen) Cemetery burials 1873-1875:

Engles, John b-Dayton; d-25 Jan 1873 in Dayton of a tumor; br-27 Jan in Gaston & Ingles (sic) lot

The spelling is different from the headstone, but I'm certain that this is him.

Have to tried to get the memorial transferred?

Added by Rob on Sep 23, 2014 7:05 PM
RE: CO K 193 Regt
Hi Pam!,

Glad to help. Here's a little more info for you:

This is a listing of those buried in Section 3, Lot 27 of Evergreen. The dates are burial dates:

Lot 27 owner N B Gaston
James W Gaston-1 Jan 1869; infant
John Ingles-31 Mar 1870; child
John Engles-27 Jan 1873
Wm B Brueckner-27 May 1892
1-5 no names listed
6. Anna F Gaston-20 Dec 1863
7. J W Gaston
8. Chas Gaston-11 June 1871
9. Napoleon Gaston
10. Clara Ingles-6 Sep 1888
11. Carrie Gaston-2 Dec 1895
12. Frances Ingles-10 Feb 1907
13. Sarah Gaston-3 July 1911

The member who created/manages the memorial (Bev) has passed away; you can request that your grandfathers memorial be transferred to you by sending an e-mail to Be sure to give them your ID number (48466659), this is next to your name at the top of your profile page.

Your grandmother Frances Ingles memorial is managed by Todd Whitesides; I'm sure he'd be happy to transfer her to you.

Best regards,

ID# 47017362
Added by Rob on Sep 23, 2014 4:38 AM
Carol S
Please feel free to contact me by email any
Added by Carol S on Jun 30, 2014 8:25 AM
Carol S
RE: Herman J G Boehme
I did the transcriptions of the church records from the microfilmed records for the Campbell Co, Ky GenWeb. I actually am still working on them. They mainly went to St John's (Now called Church of Christ) and St Paul in Newport, KY). Boehmes are connected to a couple of my maternal lines. But are not direct ancestors.

Here is their URL:

Did I get all the Boehmes listed at Evergreen? I am curious. I think I got the ones listed on the GenWeb for Evergreen.

Added by Carol S on Jun 30, 2014 8:24 AM
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