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This account was shared by my husband David T. Jones until his passing on 24 Feb 2014. His memorial is #125581979.
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|BoneDigger||Lorena V Carpenter Shyers|
Lorena was my great grandfathers 1/2 sister...I was wondering if you have any more info on her as I do not know who her father was. Also is there anyway you could get a picture of her headstone?
Thank you, Larry B.
|Deb McCallister||RE: John P. Unknown|
The first initial of the father is J. and it looked like the mother's first initial was J. too. Thanks.
for letting me know about my duplicate for John Denny at Tollgate Cemetery in Boston. I deleted mine.
Added by Leilani on Jul 17, 2016 7:29 AM
|Mary Lou Dixon||RE: Your last two messages|
Thanks again, Janis, I will be sending you my other transfer requests soon. No, I hadn't even considered applying for First Families of Ohio. But now that you mention in, I probably will. I did have our farm designated as a Century Farm back in the 1970s and had been considering submitting an application for First Families of Licking County. It probably wouldn't take much more work for me to do both. Good luck on getting your application submitted. I know how easy it is to put off things like that. Hope you're having, or had, a fabulous Fourth!
Mary Lou Dixon
|Mary Lou Dixon||Thank You for Transfer|
of my 3x ggf John Dixon, Jr. #85127904 to me. There are quite a few more of my Dixon relatives buried in the Patterson Cemetery. And as Isabella (nee Patterson) Dixon was my 3x ggm, other relatives, as well. John and Isabella's son, Isaac Newton Dixon (#58129511), built his home on the farm that John and Isabella purchased prior to 1810, and which borders the Patterson Cemetery. My sisters and I eventually inherited this farm and I have in my possession many family bibles,and other documents of these family members. Therefore, I will request transfer of each of these relatives as time permits. Would you prefer that I send a complete list of these transfer requests as a group or each individual one at a time?
Thank you for your dedication and hard work.
May i use your tombstone photos in my tree? Thx, DeWitt
Added by DeWitt on Jun 24, 2016 3:53 AM
|Robyn Pauley||Jeremiah and Elizabeth (Rowland) Burns|
Wondering if you are related to my 4GGF and 4GGM?
And wondering if you would consider removing the Pension Request for the Revolutionary War by Jeremiah. I am sponsoring their memorials.
Robyn Lynn Burns Pauley
Hi! I am interested in finding out how the birth and death years were determined on #80567530 Daughter Catlett 1800-1800 and #80567584 Daughter Catlett 1802-1802.I did not see headstones at the sites. ANy website I can go to to find that info.
Thanks, Vicki Young
|Mary Lou Dixon||RE: Gordon Dixon|
Thanks for your reply and thanks even more for your dedication and great work for Find A Grave! After sending my message, I realized that you were most likely not related but just a very kind person who left a floral tribute and message on many memorials. I live in Mount Vernon so we probably aren't too far apart. The Dixons, which you no doubt realized had many family members in the Patterson cemetery. My 3x great grandfather, John Dixon was among the first ten settlers of Burlington Township in 1806 and he and his wife (Isabella Patterson, my 3x great grandmother) purchased the farm adjoining the cemetery and has been owned by the six generations, mine being the sixth. Again, thanks for all you've done. You deserve a whole slew of gold stars!
|Mary Lou Dixon||Gordon Dixon|
Hi, Janis, I am Mary Lou Dixon, Gordon's daughter. I saw your flowers and note and wondered if you might be a cousin. We had a cousin named Janis but I believe she spelled it Janice. Then Gordon's parents had a neighbor named Janis for decades but I always thought she spelled it Janice also. Just curious if you might be someone I might know.
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