|Melody Roswell (#46851758)|
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I have been doing genealogy for 40 years or more, started out with my mother and looking in the Seattle Libraries for information on my mother's family. My father knew mostly about his Morse family, where they came from and how they got to the USA. My mother on the other hand didn't know much except for the maiden names of her mother's people. Needless to say it has been a great journey and adventure in not only the history of both sides but a great pleasure in finding out where our people are from and where their final resting places are. I never would have found out or had been able to see where they are had it not of been for other's kindness and love for the same reasoning of being able to find a loved one lost so many years before. Credit is due to others who have helped in this journey, thanks to all of you who have added a picture or information, very much appreciated!|
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|goldenthreads||Samuel Zalotes Morse|
Birth: Jul. 24, 1834
Death: Dec. 14, 1863
Samuel died of smallpox at an Army camp hospital while serving in the Civil War. His grave site is unknown but should be in the Vicksburg National Cemetery. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Horace Bingham Morse (1796 - 1851)
Betsy Blackman Morse (1800 - 1887)
William Blackman Morse (1831 - 1920)*
Samuel Zalotes Morse (1834 - 1863)
Horace Monroe Morse (1837 - 1907)*
Adelia Morse Snodgrass (1839 - 1889)*
Sylvester N. Morse (1844 - 1864)*
Vicksburg National Cemetery
Have linked him to his parents. Thank you for the information:)
Hello, you have requested photos at Woodlawn Cemetery in Forest Park, IL. I would be happy to try and look for your request but it can be quite difficult to find a grave without any location provided. Please call the cemetery and request the grave location. They can be reached by phone at (708) 442-8500. Once you have obtained a location please update the memorial in question with the plot information. Thank you.
Added by Keri on Nov 24, 2015 9:11 AM
|Louise Huffstutler Vannoy||RE: Dr. Benjamin Franklin Holton|
Thank you so much on your information (re: Oneta Holton). Your information has been added to Dr. B F Holton's Memorial.
|Hollyann13||RE: Susan Agnew Ackles|
Hi Melody- I am just getting on Find A Grave for the first time in a long time and seeing your messages. Do we have unfinished business? I'm not certain I ever responded or took care of what you needed me to. Please let me know what that is and I'll take care of it!
Hopefully I already have and this is just a hello!
|sue||RE: Joseph Lee McMullen|
I had a book put out by the Pelican Cemetery. I don't have any pictures. Sorry I can't help you.
Added by sue on Oct 20, 2015 2:28 PM
|Jerry Owen||David Harlan|
I went to the Ripley Cemetery today. I took a long hard look at Mr Harland's broken stone, on the left-bottom corner there may be the remains of the date "March". That's all.
|Mimosa||RE: David Harlan|
It's quite a ways to Ripley for me. Jerry Owen, who created the memorial, lives in the Ripley area. Maybe he can find something.
To the best of my knowledge, that stone was lying all by itself. Not many pedastals around. If I slide by that way again, I might do some more looking. Pretty large cemetery.
Added by Mimosa on Oct 02, 2015 7:07 AM
|Sue Tanner||RE: David Randall|
I will try and wander thru Lawn 25 next time I am there and see if I can locate a marker for him. Otherwise, his marker if he has one is likely under layers of needles and leaves. So, then yes that photo is of the general area that I believe him to be in.
|Robert Cotant||RE: Martha Clementine Wilmot-Kelly-Monroe|
I have no idea!! Glendora's 1910 census shows father born in Mass and later census show him born in Indiana!!
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