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Ann Harmon Govers (#47390317)
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I just lost the love of my life, my husband Frank, please leave a floral tribute in his memory here Francis "Frank" Govers



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Gregg Taylor
John Abshire
I don't know if you like proof or documentation. Have you ever looked at the Bureau of Land Management records? If not go to BLM GLO on the internet. Search for John Abshire in Lawrence County, Illinois. It will bring up the location of the farm and you can access the document transferring ownership to "the minor heirs of John Abshire". It lists Sophia, John and William Abshire. With the information you have on the 1850 Census it pretty much confirms that John is definitly the husband of this Mary Abshire.
Furthermore it tells you this is his bounty for serving in the War of 1812. It also tells you he was in the 7th Regiment which was a North Carolina Regiment. You may already now this but I was excited to find it yesterday.

All the best,
A distant relative,
Gregg Taylor
Added by Gregg Taylor on Jul 25, 2015 4:23 PM
azblackwidow
RE: Charles Robert Simms
Thank you!
Added by azblackwidow on Jun 20, 2015 4:53 PM
azblackwidow
Charles Robert Simms # 76958566
Hi. This is my father. I am a member here. Could you transfer this record into my name?
Added by azblackwidow on Jun 20, 2015 10:10 AM
Sherry Harris
Jesse Higgins Memorial
Thank you for transferring Jesse Higgins Memorial to me.
Added by Sherry Harris on Jun 05, 2015 3:33 PM
Brynn Edwards
RE: William McNair
Ok, no problem at all! I'm always happy to transfer management. That is what this place is for anyways, to memorialize our loved ones.
Added by Brynn Edwards on May 04, 2015 3:22 PM
Brynn Edwards
William McNair
I copied your information onto his memorial. Are you related to the McNairs? I'm more than happy to transfer management if so.
Added by Brynn Edwards on May 04, 2015 2:48 PM
LADONNA GREER COLLETT
Charles Seed
Hi Ann, regarding the dad's name for Charles, I double checked his d/c and his son had definitely listed Henry Crawford Seed as dad. Could you send me an edit of his bio where ever you found it. So I can list it on his memorial showing the difference in the names.
LaDonna
Added by LADONNA GREER COLLETT on Apr 29, 2015 8:38 PM
kpet
William Musgrove
How are you related to William Musgrove son of Sophia Sumner Burnell Musgrove?? She is my gr gr grandmother. Kay
Added by kpet on Apr 07, 2015 8:57 PM
josephus14
Nancy Ann (King) Moore
Was wondering how much you knew about the King and Moore family? My Nancy King was married to James S. Moore. They were married in 1848. This does not seem to jive with this Nancy King who would probably not have married James Moore until after the 1854 death of Rosetta. It just seemed odd for there to be two Nancy's both marrying James Moore. Yet that may be the case. If you have any light you can shed on this I would appreciate it.

Thanks for all you do for Find A Grave. Also I am very sorry for the loss of your husband. Thanks again.
Added by josephus14 on Mar 05, 2015 7:35 AM
Merf
RE: Isabella Landwehr #111662764
Has to be Lake Hill then, it's closest. She lived downtown and husband is buried in downtown cemetery, Greenwood.

The closest Oak Hill is miles away in Clermont, and that just doesn't make sense. Oh well. Never mind, then.
Added by Merf on Feb 25, 2015 3:28 PM
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