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No Guts, No Glory
Russell Glorius
Many thanks for helping me to gather additional info for Uncle Russell. Happy taphophiling
dave
Added by No Guts, No Glory on Jul 06, 2015 8:34 AM
Jack D Lovelace
Jane "Jinnie" Fair Memorial #77286459
What is your source for Jane's data of death of 05 Jun 1884?

The reason I ask is that there is a census record on the 1900 census for Prince William County, Virginia, for a Janney Fair. twenty-four years of age (born in Apr 1876). Janney is residing in the household of James and Emily D. (Fair) Beavers, where she is listed as a niece to the head-of-household.

I have Charles W. Fair, the father of Jinnie, and Emily D. (Fair) Beavers, the aunt of Janney, as brother and sister.
Added by Jack D Lovelace on Jul 03, 2015 1:36 PM
Karl Plenge
RE: John E Low & Emma V Heiberger
I wondered the same thing about the Bible information, but I went ahead and ordered it just in case. Considering all the facts we have so far, I think the evidence says Belle is more than likely buried at the camp property also since they did not leave there until 1886. The only little question mark about that is why Minnie never mentioned her, but perhaps she simply referred to "the gravesite" and since Eddie is the only one with a marker, everyone assumed he was the only one there. The son of the gentleman who wrote the piece on the history of the camp is still living and I am sure recalls the purchase of the property, I am going to see if he remembers anything being said at the time that might have hinted that there was more than one person buried there.
Added by Karl Plenge on Jul 02, 2015 8:22 PM
Pat Van Den Berghe
Winfred and Lois Shaw
I was so pleased to find memorials for this family, I just finished doing a history for a house that they lived in during 1920-1930's.

They lived at 16 Salmon St. Which is a beautiful brick home approx 3800 sq, that is living area only, attic finished not included. Of course it is now office space.

I also like to follow families through the depression and obviously it did not impact their lives.

Pat Van Den Berghe, Historian
Valley Cemetery
Manchester, NH
Added by Pat Van Den Berghe on Jun 30, 2015 8:21 PM
Karl Plenge
RE: John E Low & Emma V Heiberger
I just noticed you have dates for Belle. Those dates mean she almost certainly is buried in Clay Co. Do you have any further info on her? Could you possibly see if there is an obituary wherever you got the one for Capt Low?
Added by Karl Plenge on Jun 30, 2015 7:03 PM
Karl Plenge
RE: John E Low & Emma V Heiberger
We are filling in a lot of gaps, here!

I also found this page

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ncmcgs/bbp2index.html

which lists transcribed pages from family Bibles, one of which is theirs. This page is the index - if you want to see the information, you have to order the book, which I am in the process of doing. I will share with you what I find. I am hoping it will have dates and possibly burial information for Belle. She seems to be the only sibling we are missing.

I see that you have added some links (or either I overlooked them last night). Minnie is also in Congressional Cemetery # 62736907.

It is a shame that whoever put up the info on Marian and Frank Kelly is inactive because several of their children are in the same cemetery. I am hoping eventually to run down some descendants who may be interested in knowing the information we are uncovering.
Added by Karl Plenge on Jun 30, 2015 6:52 PM
Karl Plenge
RE: John E Low & Emma V Heiberger
That would be wonderful, and I have a photo of the grave somewhere on an old hard drive that I will try to find also (I do not live close to the camp or I would just go take another).

I can't do it right now, but maybe tonight I can point you to some other memorials on findagrave you could link to also.
Added by Karl Plenge on Jun 30, 2015 5:12 AM
Karl Plenge
John E Low & Emma V Heiberger
Hi, I was very excited to find your information on this couple (# 108757454 & # 108757353). Their son Eddie who drowned is buried on our church camp property (http://montgomerycenter.org/about-us/history/) and I have been researching his tree for about 10 years now. You have more information than I have found anywhere else and I was wondering if you are somehow connected to the family? Thanks, Karl
Added by Karl Plenge on Jun 28, 2015 8:25 PM
Judi McGarvey
Carrie and Joseph Grimes
Thanks for the information about the deaths of Carrie and Joseph Grimes. Very sad. I see that Joseph's name on the gravestone is inscribed with the middle initial of "S" rather than "A." Is this incorrect? Do you know the middle name? thanks again, judi
Added by Judi McGarvey on Jun 18, 2015 3:23 PM
TLH
RE: Maryette Adams
You're welcome. I have the obituary for Dr. Chace. If you'd like, I could send it to you.
Added by TLH on May 15, 2015 8:50 AM
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