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After a very dear friend passed away in my life about 19 years ago I decided that I need to get serious about my family history. So off I went and I have been running full steam shaking each branch of my tree!|
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|Jim Hutcheson||RE: Western Cemetery|
Don't worry about the trip. The site originator for Albin has changed the date of death for Albin Mellier based on the fact that she got the info from a 1929 list, that he was from Lyon, France and that the cemetery didn't exist in 1811. This man was an employer of my grx3 grandfather. My grx3 gf built and captained steamboats for Mr. mellier. After Mr Mellier died in 1841 my grx2 grandfather moved the family to Iowa where he continued to built boats. During the Civil War he and his children continued on to Oregon. My grx2 grandfather was named for Mr Mellier's oldest son, Amedee.
|Jim Hutcheson||RE: Western Cemetery|
Thanks for the info. I will most likely be there next June and will go to look if I am able. Do you recall if ther are any staff at the site?
|Jim Hutcheson||Western Cemetery|
Are you near the Weateen Cemetery in Louisville. I am looking into the burial location for Albin Mellier who dies in Louisville in 1841 on his return trip from Texas to PA. If you go or that cemetery could you check the death dare for Mr. Mellier. I believe that his death date is incorrectly shown on Find A Grave as 1811. The cemetery was founded I believe in the 1830s so it would follow that he was buried there after that date.
Thank you for any help.
|Lanie||Hand Woolverton Cemetery|
Thank you for adding the Hand family grave photos from Hand Woolverton Cemetery. I really appreciate your doing so!
Added by Lanie on Oct 12, 2014 8:59 PM
Thank you for the additional info.
Added by DChester on Aug 16, 2014 9:08 AM
|George Seitz||Louis Nahm|
I added a photograph of him and asked if the duplicate entry could be removed after adding the marker photograph to yours. Just wanted to let you know.
|mjpsc||RE: Lessenberrys in Barren County|
Added by mjpsc on Aug 06, 2014 1:48 PM
|mjpsc||Lessenberrys in Barren County|
I notice that you have recorded graves for many of the Lessenberrys including those in the family cemetery in Beckton. Have you found or do you know of where Florence Lessenberry Holman and her husband Luther Holman are buried? She was a daughter of James and George Ann Gray Lessenberry.
Added by mjpsc on Aug 05, 2014 5:47 PM
|Ronnie and Helen (Green) Jupin||Jupin/Dupin searching...|
Help us out here.... according to our records Clara Emma was born to Nettie Dupin and Henry G. Bauer, 6 Oct 1910 (Kentucky Deathe Records (---- to 1910.
Another son Whilliam H. Jackman was born to Nettie G. Dupin and William H. Jackman on 20 Nov 1914
I have no doubt Nettie married Charles Harris, her death record, 12 Feb 1967 in Jefferson Co., KY, lists her as Nettie D. Harris.... but, I believe it was after her marriage to Jackman
Can you help us to insure this record is accurate in our file?
Helen Jupin (wife of Nettie's third cousin)
|Mike & Bushy Hartman||Laura Hyams|
I hope your having a nice weekend.
I am photographing all of Lafayette Cem 1 and came to your memorial for the Hyams family. On the memorial 27233363 you have the wrong door for this Laura, if you could remove the photo I can post a clear correct one.
Also if you would not mind removing one photo on Roydan Douglas and Judith Douglas I could post a clearer one without the shadow, I know how hard it is to capture a clear photo when there is shade. You have two of the front so removing one should not impact your memorial.
This is not my family but I want to help where I can.
Thanks so much
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