|Todd Whitesides (#47553735)|
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A native of Louisville, Kentucky, I've lived since 1998 in the Licking Riverside neighborhood of Covington, directly across the Ohio River from Cincinnati.|
One of my favorite finds has been locating the grave site in Norfolk, Virginia of my fourth-great-grandmother Sarah Ann Timberlake Woodfin (1809-1855), who was herself a fourth-great-granddaughter of Thomas Symes (c.1621-1670) and Amy Bridges Symes (c.1624-1662), who were buried in the chancel of Saint Michael's Church at Winterbourne, in Gloucestershire, England.
My grandmother Luetta Crenshaw captured my imagination with stories of her mother Anna Mima Ritchie Deitchman's Anglo-Catholic ancestry. I've since discovered her mother's great-grandfather John Abraham Rhodes (1794-1861) may have been a great-great-grandson of Charles Calvert (1637-1715), 3rd Lord Baltimore, albeit through an illegitimate son.
The photo above was taken on August 13, 2014 during a visit to the Old Bethel Burial Grounds near Fort Ancient in Warren County, Ohio to see the grave site of my fifth-great-grandparents, Jeremiah Mills (1769-1860) and his wife Abigail Briant Mills (1782-1827). Abigail was descended from Lion Gardiner (1599-1663), lord of Gardiner's Island, and Rev. Thomas James (1621-1696), two of the founding fathers of East Hampton, Long Island in Suffolk County, New York. They were ancestors of my great-grandmother Fausta Iona May Rogers.
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|M.C. Brown||Flowers for Robert 'Bobby' Brown...|
Thank you for visiting my husband's memorial and leaving a token for him...it is very much appreciated.
Marlene Clapp Brown
|Amanda Harlow||James Irvin Newton Meadeville Cemetery|
Todd my name is Amanda Harlow and I am doing research for a family tree and this is my 2nd Great Grandfather and my family has been trying to find the cemetery for years. Could you give me any directions on how to locate this cemetery? I know from reading on line it isn't in very accessible location but I would like to try to go there and visit the graves for myself.
|Frank Rinesmith||Nancy Davis|
Only cemetery record for subject name is Nannie Hook Davis w/o Geo. R. Davis 1865-1898 and Nancy Davis 1895-1896, both located on A.J. Hook lot. Any additional identifying info may help in locating gravesite.
|Frank Rinesmith||Willis & Sarah Goodman|
Just uploaded photos of subject. Note that Sarah's yod is 1889. Suggest you link them.
I est memorial on Lewis Garth Goodman #134986897, on same spire. Be glad to transfer. Also, on same lot with individual stones: Willis C. Jr Aug. 3, 1840-Aug. 21, 1921 & John C. Goodman Apr. 11, 1848-Aug. 22, 1934. Probably their children.
|Catherine Davis||James I Newton|
I am the Great Great Granddaughter of James Newton my Great Grandfather was his son Jerome Newton. I heard my Grandmother (Amanda C. Newton) Bradley speak about how her grand father was killed and how her father was told by his father to hide the horses in the woods. In fact my Great grandfather saw his father killed while standing in the woods with the horses. I always heard the story but now it is validated for me. I was raised in Louisville, KY but as children we went down home to Guston, Bradenburg, Irvington and Ekron. I may have lived in Louisville but I love the country in fact afew years 9 years back I moved to Bardstown, Ky. Little did I know that my family roots was here as well. I just can not find the road that the cemetry is on down in Meade Co. I have tried to google it to no avail. If any one has any information please e-mail me the location. My mom whom is Amanda's daughter is 90 now her memory not that great as it use to be. She doesn't remember how to get to Sandy Hill Cemetry where Jerome and Jane Newton are buried.
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||RE: Margaret Stafford Neville|
You are a sweetie. It's fun to sleuth!! Just wish I could sleuth THERE!! How are you doing?
|Anonymous||RE: John Burghersh|
Thank you. Keep the excellent work!
|William Maurer||Katharina Maurer|
Hi, I am wondering where you got the photo of Katharina Maurer? Also, is there anything legible on the markers besides Father and Mother? These are my gggrandparents and I have had a lot of difficulty finding much out about them, so I am looking for any clues the markers might have. Thanks, Burl Maurer
|Anonymous||RE: John Burghersh|
You are so kind to even consider my evidence. Perhaps someday there will be documentary proof of his parentage. Your solution is fine with me. I really do appreciate your thoroughness and attention to accuracy.
|Anonymous||RE: John Burghersh|
It is a deduction.
Chute, Marchand Gaylord, in _Geoffrey Chaucer of England_, p, 231, calls John the nephew of Henry Burghersh, Bishop of Lincoln.
Robert de Burghersh. Issue by Maud de Badlesmere:
..1. Stephen de Burghersh, 2nd Lord Burghersh, d.s.p. bef 22 Mar 1309/10.
..2. Henry de Burghersh, Bishop of Lincoln, d. 2 Dec 1340.
..3. Bartholomew de Burghersh, 3rd Lord Burghersh, d. 3 Aug 1355; m. Elizabeth de Verdon
Bishop Henry had no legitimate children, Stephen died d.s.p., leaving Bartholomew the only one to have had a son named Burghersh who was a nephew of Bishop Henry.
Also, from Napier, Henry Alfred, _Historical Notices of the Parishes of Swycombe and Ewelme in the County of Swyncombe and Ewelme in the County of Oxford_, p. 23:
"His [Sir William de Kerdeston] daughter’s marriage was also granted to him, and he chose a fit and proper match for her in Sir John Burghersh, said to have been of the family of Lord Burghersh. (Dugdale's Bar. Vol. 2. p. 36} Their union was not of long duration, as Matilda died on the 20th of May, and Sir John Burghersh on the 30th of June 1349, both of them probably victims to the destructive pestilence which in that year pervaded Asia and Europe, and is “computed to have swept away above a fourth “ of the inhabitants in every country which it attacked.” (Hume's England)
Sir John and Lady Burghersh left an only child, John, afterwards Sir John Burghersh, who was under six years of age at the time of their death. He was born at Ewelme on Michaelmas day 1343, and on the day after was baptized in the church of All Saints in that parish, his godfathers being John Grene and William Leeche, and his godmother Alice Fithide.
During John Burghersh’s minority, Bartholomew Lord Burghersh had the custody of the manor of Ewelme}lo a circumstance which may be considered as giving weight to Dugdale’s supposition, that Sir John Burghersh, the husband of Matilda de Kerdiston, was of Lord Burghersh‘s family."
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