|Patricia Leonberger Hooper (#46773602)|
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I have very strong family roots in Gallatin, Hardin, Saline, Adams and Jersey counties in Illinois, also Roanoke county and Salem Virginia. |
If I have a memorial for someone in your family and you want to make changes or just have it transferred, please go to edit and suggest a correction to request the transfer. If you wish to, please provide your relationship to the deceased in case there happen to be multiple requests for the same memorial.
It's never my intention to create a duplicate on purpose. If you come across a duplicate I have made, please use the edit option and let me know.
If you're tempted to leave important bio info as a virtual flower note; click the edit tab instead and send me the info and I will add it to the bio, with you named as the source, if you like.
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|casey bricker||Marie Baze|
are you related to my grandma marie baze
|Daniel W. Stowell||Leonard White|
I am the director of the Papers of Abraham Lincoln, and I am researching Leonard White for annotation for documents in Lincoln's career in the Illinois General Assembly (1834-1842). Although I know much about White's activities and offices, I cannot find either a birth or death date or location. Your record for Olivia Jones White led me to their marriage information, but I wonder if you have any more information on her or her husband. It appears that he remarried after Olivia's death, because when he sells land in Logan County, KY, in 1828, his wife's name is Juliann.
|Lynn||RE: McDonald Cemetery|
I have never been to McDonald Cemetery.
I looked it up in my latest reference book, and it says:
LOCATION: 5 1/2 miles south of Hardin along Hardin-Brussels county road on south side of Franklin Hill near front of hill.
The book has McDonald listed in Hardin Precinct.
Added by Lynn on Sep 27, 2016 5:25 PM
|C Wegner||RE: Plunkett updates|
I haven't heard of one existing...hard to tell. I noticed a couple of wives that attended were also missing from the photo, unfortunately...but am still SO glad to have this to commemorate their gathering (and for future generations to see).
Added by C Wegner on Sep 14, 2016 4:31 PM
|Marty Crull||RE: Ella Isringhausen|
When I visited the FindGrave site for Ella, there was no stone. There was only a picture of the Rosedale Cemetery. I happened to have one and it looked like a recent new one so I added it. How it sent you a message I have no clue. I'm sorry but I assure you... I had no hand in it. Marty
The thanks was for creation and edit to Sarah Hunter Watson # 35573206 to her parents. Still learning.
Added by Hun_Cre on Sep 04, 2016 1:58 PM
|Dan Hooper||Warrenton K Spiller memorial 25647867|
May 15, 2016
I found this link researching a different Warrenton King Spiller, and saw that the memorial was placed by a Hooper.
I am very distant relation, as my great grandfather Richard Hooper came from England in 1857 with his wife Nancy Jane Cummons, son William James Hooper (age 6), a niece and a nephew. By 1873, Jane had died, and Richard re-married, to Margaret Jane Cox, had several children, including my grandfather, and left for California, where they had more children. I have found that William James Hooper stayed in Williamson County, Illinois, where he was a businessman and lived until 1930. William James Hooper did not go with his father and step-mother to California, as he was getting married to Virginia Anne McClintock at the same time Sept 1873).
Do you suppose that some of the Hoopers in your research are related to William James Hooper?
I would be interested in communicating if you are willing. Recently I got DNA results that related me to an Olive Spiller in Williamson County, whom I think must be related to Nancy Spiller, the grandmother of Margaret Jane Cox--all in Franklin or Williamson Counties.
Any information or questions would be welcome! Thank you, and best wishes.
|Elaine Beck||RE: Eliza Ann Ginger|
I am sorry; I am a novice at this! I am looking to prove Henry Ginger Jr 1802 - 1902 was the father of Eliza Ann Ginger. His memorial # is 124208961. Eliza married many times and went by several spellings of her name. But on the information page it specifies that Henry Ginger Jr. had a child named Eliza Ann Ginger. If you are not the person in charge of this memorial, is there a way I can find out who is? Thanks so much for your time; I appreciate it!
|Elaine Beck||Eliza Ann Ginger abt 1824|
Patricia: On the gravesite of Henry Ginger Jr (1802 -1902) Eliza Ann Ginger is isted as the daughter of he & Nancy Tetrick. Can you tell me if there is documentation to support this? I am desperate to find this.
Thank you so much for some of the Sizemore transfers Patricia.
Added by Deby on Nov 13, 2015 3:06 PM
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