|Fred Downs (#46545149)|
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|My DOWNS ancestors came to Cooper Co., MO shortly after the Civil War ended. My GGG grandfather, George Haven DOWNS, was born 12 Sep 1794 in Strafford Co., NH. He died 14 Jan 1872 in Cooper Co., MO & is buried in the New Lebanon Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Cooper Co., MO.|
Grandfather George married my GGG grandmother, Olive PINGRY, on 13 Apr 1817 in Coshocton Co., OH. Grandmother Olive was born 20 Jun 1795 in Strafford, Orange Co., VT. She died 6 Sep 1867 in Michigan Twp., Clinton Co., IN & is buried in the Brandon Cemetery, Michigan Twp., Clinton Co., IN.
My GG grandfather, Sylvanus P. DOWNS, was born 25 Aug 1826 in Newcastle Twp., Coshocton Co., OH. He died 21 Feb 1900 New Lebanon, Cooper Co., MO & is buried in the New Lebanon Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Cooper Co., MO. Grandfather Sylvanus married my GG grandmother, Nancy Jane TAYLOR, on 2 Nov 1848 in Bartholomew Co., IN. Grandmother Nancy was born 21 Jun 1829 in Decatur Co., IN. She died 6 Aug 1906 in New Lebanon, Cooper Co., MO & is buried in the New Lebanon Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Cooper Co., MO.
My GGG grandparents, George & Olive DOWNS, moved to Clinton Co., IN about 1830/31. They lived there until they moved to Cooper Co., MO after the Civil War.
My ancestors in Missouri include the following surnames: DOWNS, PINGRY, CORDRY, ARMSTRONG, STEELE, PRICE, KING, FOSTER, LULL, BORDEN, DAVIS, WILLIAMS, SPENCER, SOLE, & JACOBS.
I will be happy to exchange info with anyone researching any of these individuals.
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Thank you !!! Your efforts to create informative memorials is so valuable to all who come after you . You give me hope and so many avenues to pursue in researching the Haupts of Carbon county. THANK YOU !!!!!
|Timmy McKinney||RE: Correction to my previous message|
The name Slinker is most likely correct. I had seen that name before in a couple of places. One was the LDS website which probably got the information from the same marriage record you found. I am glad you found it.
|Judy Gautier||Gravestone of Edward Long CSA with 18th TX Cavalry|
Edward Long's Grave on Find A Grave
The Eighteenth Texas Cavalry, also known as Darnell's Cavalry Regiment, was organized at Dallas, Texas, on March 15, 1862.
If the Edward Long described on this stone died in 1859, before the Civil War began, I don't see how this could be the same person as Edward the son of John Long.
Please enlighten me. Edward Long is in our direct line, too and we have been trying to make some headway with info on him and his wife.
Thanks so much. Judy Gautier
|Rebecca Wright||James Rankin Goodall|
Thanks for responding...I have the info about their marriage, etc. I wrote a bio on Louisa's memorial page if you want to check it out!Mem.#28488726. There was a family story that James had been shot, or something like that, but I've never been able to confirm or deny the story, so it remains a mystery as to his early death.
If I ever do find any further info on James , I'll be sure and let you know!
|Rebecca Wright||RE: Louisa M. Harrison|
Thank you for adding the link, I appreciate it. I was wondering if you have any information about James Rankin Goodall? I have been working on my family history for many years and have never found any information about why he died so young, at just 25. He and Louisa had only been married a little over a year.
Hi Fred I'm a descendant of Dora Bell Foster-Ashley. Cora Fosters sister. I found there father. Elisha Foster in Carter Memorial Cemetery. #45637722. Would you add a link from Cora to her father. I don't know if there mother is there. I can't find a record for her. Thanks. Jo Townsend-Ashley.
Added by JT on May 24, 2013 9:09 PM
|Wanda Robinson||gilda boren mckee|
We are trying to locate a member of the Boren family to purchase vacant grave plots. Your name appeared on her sheet. Parents were A.U. Boren and Josie Beard Boren. Can you help?? Wanda Robinson Wandar1@windstream.net Thanks
|Christine Morrill||Daniel and Abial Downs|
I would love to speak with you about the Downs genealogy of Tamworth New Hampshire and surrounding area.
I have been on the search of the parents of Daniel and Abial Downs.
Would you be so kind to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I along with the assistance or Fred Boyle, Genealogist, have confirm Daniel and Abial as brothers. It appears by land deeds that either a Moses or Aaron Downs were their father(?).
Thank you so much
Warm Regards Christine
|James Aubrey Gilbow||RE: Virgil JOHNSON|
He was my mom's dad's bro,thus my great or grand uncle.
|grandmacarol||New Lebanon Cemetery|
I am updating the listings and photos for this cemetery. I just uploaded some pics for your King memorials there. If you have other memorials in this cemetery, I will probably be getting to those over the next few weeks.
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