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Please do not copy and post personal photographs of my family members to other websites such as ancestry.com without my permission. I do not have a problem with reusing my tombstone photos for your personal use, but credit would be a good idea as they are my photos. Also note that I did not take all of the photos on my memorials and can't give permission for the ones I didn't take to be reused.
My husband and I started trying to trace our roots back to Europe about 20 years ago. We were fortunate that several of our ancestors kept some records and created family books which were the start of our adventures. We were surprised to learn that both of our families had branches in this country since the 1700's. Most of the entries I've made have some connection to these families, although remote at times (cousins many times removed). A few are just made from photos taken as we walked a cemetery looking for our family members.
I do not intentionally link to burial unknowns for purposes of creating family trees. Please do not request such links. I will delete them if found.
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Sorry for the delay. I worked yesterday from 9:30 to 8 and didn't check my email until just now. I have to work this afternoon and evening until 8. I'm off tomorrow but to be honest I've got so many personal things I have to catch up with that I really don't have time to meet up with you. The store I work at is closing and they've already lost some people so those of us who are left and have the time are having to work extra hours including full days as I mentioned above; pretty tiresome at my age, frankly, but I plan on continuing to work for them elsewhere so I feel as if I have to do it.
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Added by trebcabb on Jun 22, 2016 11:17 AM
|nenab||RE: George Albert Lippold photo request|
Searching through my old messages for someone, I came upon your message in 2012 and remembered that I was going to reply to ask how you were related to the Nowels. My Grandmother Alice Keck Lippold was married to Samuel Preston Nowels. My sisers and I called him Uncle Sam. He was a sweet heart!! When you transferred info to George Albert and Alice you mentioned how you were distant relatives to the Nowels. I found a box of pictures when we cleaned my parents house out and know I still have it somewhere. If I remember right it was mostly Sam's relatives. If I find that box, I would be happy to send them to some of his family if they wanted them. nenab #47801019
Added by nenab on Jun 13, 2016 4:17 PM
|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||Lyman Kenyon|
Makes sense. There were two Lyman Hulbert's who lived in Illinois, about the same age, who served in the Civil War. The son of Lymam Hulbert and Jane Cross did die in Georgia.
|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||RE: Lyman Hulbert 57110829|
I got the information from, History of Stephenson County, Illinois.
Bio on page 714, indicates Lyman was born Feb 11, 1809, New York. His father was Ira Hulbert, who died in 1825, Chautauqua County, New York. Lyman's children were: Delos, Ira, Mary (Mrs. Diveley), Lyman who was killed at Chattanooga, member 93 Co. C, and John.
On page 340, History of Stephenson County, Illinois, Lyman Hulbert served in the Civil War, Company C, e Aug 10, 1862 kld October 1864.
I believe that the last thing that I tried to notify you of and didn't succeed in doing was that there is conclusive evidence that John Monger's wife was Ann Pirkey. You can access the information by going to the LVA (Library of Virginia) site and looking up the chancery suit that proves this. It was filed in Augusta Co. by John Peterfish, whose wife was Susanna Monger Deck's sister. The suit concerned the land that Ann's father, Henry Pirkey, left her in his will and it's filled with incidental information concerning dates of death of John and Ann, John's remarriage- a real gold mine, in short.
Added by trebcabb on May 26, 2016 10:59 AM
|Jude||Richard and Sarah White|
In Richard White's biography in this cemetery, you say that after his death, Sarah remarried. Do you happen to know who she married? I'm having a heck of a time researching Richard and Sarah, so any clue could help. His memorial number is 17150955 Thanks.
Added by Jude on May 25, 2016 9:25 PM
Yes, Dorothy married Earl Markle and Phama "Fay" married Earl's brother George. Both Dorothy and Phama was the sisters to John Collings. John is my wife's grandfather. John's wife, Claire Erickson Collings create a family tree early in 1990's. I have all kinds of pictures of the Collings family. There is one piece in the family that is missing, Lottie's (her first name was Charlotte)husband's (Thomas Collings) death and burial is unknown. It seem he died between 1916-1920. I have a picture of Thomas. I've researched local (Whatcom County) documents. He is listed as a land owner in 1916 and in 1920, Lottie is a widow. Do you have any information on it?
Added by JamesB on May 17, 2016 9:28 AM
|Michael Adams||RE: Hiram Houk|
Thank you very much for the transfer, I appreciate it very much.
I see you both transferred information and updated a link I had added when creating the columbarium listing at St. Francis. Your listing had all the information and more than mine, so I deleted my duplicate memorial.
Added by MNaber on May 10, 2016 8:01 PM
|Woodland Cemetery Foundation||Seeley George @ Woodland|
Just an FYI, Grave 51 was reserved by the Seeley family and is unused.
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