|Pam Shenefield Long (#46631646)|
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|I have worked on research for all family lines of my own and my husbands for over 30 years. I am currently striving to identify and memorialize all of the Shenefield line, descendants of John Shenefield b 1768 and his wife Rosanna Miller. I am grateful to all who have posted before me and which allow me to continue this endeavor. |
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|Diane Addington||Beverly Franklin Long-1838-1850|
Hi Pam, I am looking for info on this daughter of Mary L Bond and Thomas D Long: ie...Where she might be interred. I assumed someplace in Daviess Co, KY. Any info is welcome. I am also looking for a photo of the stone for her sister, Catherine Long Ritchie wife of John Ritchie. I have a photo of his stone (he fought in the Mexican War)from Montague, TX. I assume she is interred in the same cemetery. Any info is welcome. DAM
|GeekyGraveGirl||Harry Hap Hogan|
Would you like this man and his wife transferred to your care? I have no relation to them, they were passed on to me.
|Oldergraver||RE: Sidney Shinafelt|
Not sure what I would have wondered about this line. I am related to quite a few in the Hawkeye cemetery. I cannot find the Shinafelt link. thanks though
|Linda Doile Morris||Lola Dittemore Cloves|
Pam, Thank you for Lola. I added her parents to her and each of her three marriages.
|Diane Addington||Jimmy Matherly|
Pam Thank you for the transfer. Check out the photo of Jimmy. Wasn't he a handsome fellow!
|Don Green||George Covill @ Inglewood Park|
According to cemetery records, George has no marker. Happy to photogtraph the lot when I go up, but if you want only a marker, please let me know before & remove your request. Thanks,
|gene hunter||RE: Mistake on photo posted|
Sorry, that was one of the first I every posted and did not know how to change it. When I realized how to change them I meant to fix that one, but then I got busy and forgot about it.
|Diane Addington||Long Family|
Pam, Thank you very much for all the wonderful memorials you have posted for the Long Family. I have used many of them to help make a more complete body of research for my husband's family. I actually started with "May Long" who was married for a short time to "Alonzo 'Lon' Clifton Matherly."
Sadly, she died two months after giving birth to her sixth child, our Aunt "Bess" Carolyn Matherly. Lon Matherly was first married in 1904 to May Long. May was born the 3 Sept, 1886 and died 18 Oct 1915 in Muhlenberg, KY. She had almost reached her 30th birthday. May's mother was Bessie Wyatt and her father was William Long, both born in KY. I cannot find a tombstone for May. I have searched in Maple Grove on-line, but with little success. Lon later married Corinna James, my husband's paternal grandmother, and they are buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, in Russellville, KY....but no May, (that I can find anyway) I see you have done a memorial for our Jimmy...Find A Grave Memorial# 41359267, the father of my husband. Thank you for that. Any ideas on the location of May would be appreciated.
|Fernandez Family of Estero||Shenefield Transfers|
Pam ~ I transferred 3 memorials to you that are Shenefield's. They should be with you without a doubt. I transferred #5649660, 5649659, 47198274. I know you will take good care of them. You have a photo request in for a baby Shenefield. I will try to see what I can find out. He may be there with no headstone. I have two babies in my family like this. Thanks you for all you do on Find a Grave.
|Michael Wolfer||Keithley photo request|
You have a photo request for D Keithley and Ella Keithley in Hillsdale Cemetery, NE. I just returned from there and it is a very small cemetery, and very overgrown. I found Ella May Wolf and Della Myrtle Wolf there, but no Keithley's. There were a few stones that were very hard to get to and I did not get those photos. If these could be the right names, let me know. I will post them
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