|Barbara Brow49437||Corp Asa Pennington|
I'm confused. While not directly related to Asa, I did run across him while working on other branches of Penningtons.
In the memorial, there seems to be some confusion as to when he died. The first paragraph states 26 Sep 1853 and that he is the son of Timothy & Susanna Nancy Rigs Pennington.
In the 2nd paragraph, it states he is the son of Asa and Mary Tyler Pennington and that he died 1 Nov 1853.
So are we talking 2 different Asa Penningtons, with both listed on the same memorial?
Thanks in advance for the clarification.
Added by Barbara Brow49437 on Feb 11, 2015 9:33 AM
|Wayne Andrews||Noah Robertson|
I am researching John B.Robertson, died Newberry County, SC in late 1816. I believe he had at least four children who were orphaned:
Dio Cleason...went to Seiver County, Tennessee
John...fought for Union and died in war
Noah...went to Missouri.
I did find the following in 6th Reg. Calvary M.S.M.
Noah Robertson 45 yrs 5 ft 6 in Dark hair Gray eyes Fair complexion Married Carpenter Granvill, SC Clay Private 2, discharged April 28, '62
From Fold 3 I found he was enlisted Jan 20, 1862. He enlisted at Cameron and was discharged at Cameron, MO.
I think this is John B. Robertson's son.
Added by Wayne Andrews on Jan 28, 2015 8:59 AM
|Rod Conti||RE: John Conti Clovis, CA Cemetery|
Hi Vicki, thank you for the offer for me to take over the memorial for John Conti, my uncle, at Clovis Cemetery in Clovis, CA. I would like to do so if you can tell me how to do that and what is required. I appreciate the fact that you visited the cemetery and took photographs of the grave stone.
Added by Rod Conti on Jan 19, 2015 10:26 PM
|Shirley Utley Cressler||RE: Henry Graves|
Thank you for your promptness Vicki. I wanted to tell you too, I have a sister-in-law who was Vicki Peterson, before she married my brother.
It's great to work with fellow contributors who are prompt and positive.
Added by Shirley Utley Cressler on Jan 12, 2015 1:35 PM
|Genealogy Lover||RE: Bryson|
That is very interesting. I have spend a lot of time getting Mt. Olive sorted out and photos of headstones put up and verifying burials there. I drive by it every Sunday to church. When I saw this memorial for "Bryson" in Marionville, my first thought was of the Bryson Infant over in Mt. Olive, and wondered if they were, perhaps, siblings!!
Thank you so much for figuring it out. I'm now working on Marionville. Just about six weeks ago there were about 2400 memorials in this cemetery and now we are up to almost 4500. I've been utilizing the 1987 transcription book to create memorials, then hubby and I go out and photograph them. There are a couple of other contributors who are also seemingly working on photographs. We are at 94% of the 4500 photographed.
Still a lot to do! Thanks for your help!
Added by Genealogy Lover on Dec 02, 2014 4:16 PM
|Belinda Dickerson'Szyszka||RE: Dickerson|
Thanks for the info ! Thats the family I'm trying to locate, musta had kids ?
Added by Belinda Dickerson'Szyszka on Oct 29, 2014 7:50 PM
|Belinda Dickerson'Szyszka||re:Wm Henry Dickerson #16251741|
Awesome- Thanks ! I was missing this info. I understand you had worked with another Dickerson searcher, Hutton, do you have by chance info on a Jenseskior other Dickerson's also ?
Added by Belinda Dickerson'Szyszka on Oct 29, 2014 10:39 AM
|Belinda Dickerson'Szyszka||Wm Henry Dickerson #16251741|
On his headstone it also shows a Lloyd & Harold, were those his sons or siblings ? Im searching for Dickerson's. Could you please contact me? Thanks,
Belinda Dickerson'Szyszka (#48238037)
Added by Belinda Dickerson'Szyszka on Oct 28, 2014 10:44 AM
|Ginny||RE: Nancy Haseltine (Williams) Mason|
Wow! That was fast. Thanks so much.
Added by Ginny on Sep 20, 2014 7:14 PM
Thank you so much for allowing me to add the article to the page! Wow, when I said lengthy, I wasn't kidding LOL. That is quite a story!
Thank you for your kind words. I am a research addict and love finding stories and items of interest for Find a Grave pages. I'm always more than happy to share what I find with others.
Added by NJBrewer on Aug 25, 2014 10:10 PM
|Sarah Mikkelsen Carson||William Ebber Hood|
Thank you for making the edits.
Added by Sarah Mikkelsen Carson on Aug 10, 2014 8:11 AM
|Kristy Rice||RE: Ora (Robinson) Robertson|
No problem Vicki. My husband and I decided when we started this to do our best to make everything accurate. We promise to get dirty if it means getting the right information. Well I let him do the dirty work! Thank you. And I hope this helps you or anyone for that matter!
Thank you again, Kristy & Scott Rice
Added by Kristy Rice on Jan 14, 2014 10:27 PM
|Romper90069||RE: Isabelle (West) De Young|
Wow, that is very kind of you! James
Added by Romper90069 on Nov 18, 2013 12:28 AM
|Mountain Traveler||RE: Thomas Marshall|
Thomas could very well be at Quaker Knob Cemetery. It is such an old, old cemetery. One of the oldest around this county. Big open areas suggest graves with no markers any longer, if they ever did. It is quite obvious that there are a lot of burials there that no one will ever know about either unless they were in the church records. The church that stands next to the cemetery is vacant and has been so for many, many years.
Added by Mountain Traveler on Nov 06, 2013 7:02 AM
|Delta6677||RE: Elizabeth Fortner|
Added by Delta6677 on Nov 04, 2013 12:30 PM
|Naomi R. Glispey Pemelton||Thank you for the information|
Nathan Monroe Tyler has been linked to his Parents
Added by Naomi R. Glispey Pemelto... on Sep 14, 2013 1:42 PM
|Arleta ♥||Ruth Frances Williams Ragsdale|
Thank you for parents links; they are greatly appreciated. Have a blessed day!
Added by Arleta ♥ on Sep 03, 2013 6:00 AM
|Linda Doile Morris||Isaac Horton|
Vicky, Martha belonged to Isaac and Margaret Martin. I do not know where Margaret is buried but...Isaac is #86081392. He is buried with his second wife, Ann Yeakley in Quaker Knob Cemetery in Rheatown.
Added by Linda Doile Morris on Aug 29, 2013 10:24 PM
|Patricia Gilliland Devoti||RE: Mary Jane (Peyton) Hays|
Everything I do always looks perfect until I go back & look and then I find all of my blunders.
Are you a Wellsville person? my dad grew up there so I love working in that town but my name Gilliland is the one I have the most trouble with of all the ones I work with, gets me craze.
Pat Gilliland Devoti
Added by Patricia Gilliland Devoti on Aug 25, 2013 9:52 PM
|Patricia Gilliland Devoti||Vicki|
This is kind of funny when I checked I do not have either Mary Jane Peyton or Hays in my tree, it must have been just a randum photo that I took some time when in Wellsville.
I have transferred the picture & the other info back to you & I will remove my info.
Thanks sorry for the mix up.
Added by Patricia Gilliland Devoti on Aug 25, 2013 7:45 PM
|R G Odom||Sandusky Peyton|
Your welcome. Glad my work on Montgomery Co Families is helping a bit. I remember some of the Peyton family in Wellsville growing up there.
Added by R G Odom on Jun 02, 2013 12:14 PM
|R G Odom||Sandusky Peyton|
Wellsville Cemetery, Section A, Row 16, Plot # 4.
DOB 22 Feb 1816, DOD 14 Sept 1893.
Info & location from cemetery record done by the Studere Club of Wellsville, for Montgomery Co Historical Society 1982.
Son Mark, 4 Mar 1866 - 10 Dec 1918 is plot #5, # 6 has no marker.
Plots 1, 2 & 3 I have not yet recorded for these Peyton family members.
Hope this is of assistance.
Roberta Gooch, Montgomery Co MO
Added by R G Odom on Jun 01, 2013 3:28 PM
|MICHAEL WAYNE HUTCHISON A PROUD U.S. ARMY VET||RE: Stetson tombstone photos|
happy to add them and I was in the army 66-69
Added by MICHAEL WAYNE HUTCHISON A... on Feb 05, 2013 10:17 PM
|Chris Mills||Frances (Bellas) Fanning|
You're welcome! Thanks for the kind words.
Added by Chris Mills on Aug 14, 2012 12:58 PM
|Gloria Simpson||George & Virginia Bellas|
I transfered both memorials back to you as I am not related and it seems you just may be this way you can manage them as you see fit. I have simply taken headstone photos when I get the chance and post them.
Added by Gloria Simpson on Aug 09, 2012 12:06 AM