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Scrib & Barb Kelly (#46884407)
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Bio Photo We began the hobby of genealogy in 1998.

Most notably is our connection to those first arriving on the Mayflower (William Bradford, James Chilton, Stephen Hopkins, Elizabeth Fisher and Francis Cooke).

You have our permission to use any of the photos we have taken for your personal use. Glad we could help.
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Bonita Olmer
RE: Jane and Mary Lind
You're welcome. It is always a pleasure. :)
- Bonita
Added by Bonita Olmer on Apr 14, 2014 9:02 PM
Chuck McKinley
Jesse Cox
The cemetery and I agree that there is no stone though I did find a Cox in the area a Zella N. Cox with a space next to her where there could be a stone could this be his mother. I took the picture of the stone and the area next to her.

Chuck McKinley
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Added by Chuck McKinley on Apr 06, 2014 4:51 PM
Donnie B
Mayflower
As an aside about your Mayflower comment, Reverend "Hide me in a flour barrel" William Brewster is my 12th Great Grandfather. I'm sure your Mayflower searches have turned that rather prominent name up a time or two!!!
Added by Donnie B on Mar 25, 2014 10:16 AM
Donnie B
RE: Jacob and Cynthia Hammer
I'll keep looking...it was getting dark, and several markers in the old part of the cemetery are virtually unreadable. Like to know where and how the inscriptions were obtained. If you come up with kin from down-the-line, there's a good dozen and a half of the Hammers buried in Calhoun, as well as in-laws. Have found Hammers in other Harrison County cemeteries, too.
Added by Donnie B on Mar 25, 2014 10:13 AM
Irish
RE: William and Sarah Kelly
Also I forgot to mention, I written the transcript it under the 2nd picture
Added by Irish on Mar 10, 2014 2:29 PM
Irish
RE: William and Sarah Kelly
Anytimes, you're welcome. I'm glad to help out. Take care and God bless.
Added by Irish on Mar 10, 2014 2:26 PM
Michael Togie Snyder
RE: Escho & Annie Carter Lady Lake, FL
Hi,
I just saw your message! There is not photo attached, I changed my grandmother's name from Anna to Annie- she was known to all her friends and family as Anna, but I think the change is correct.

Do you have family in Lady Lake Cemetery?

Regards,
Michael Snyder
Added by Michael Togie Snyder on Mar 09, 2014 10:36 PM
Irish
RE: William and Sarah Kelly
Done, picture are upload for William and Sarah Kelly and also her sister Frances Suche.
Added by Irish on Mar 09, 2014 6:59 AM
Irish
RE: William and Sarah Kelly
Good New! I found their headstone! I was looking at the wrong plot. Sorry about that. Will upload picture soon when get home. Her sister Frances Helen Suche is buried with them. The headstone is damaged the top half is lean against the headstone behind them.
Added by Irish on Mar 08, 2014 6:42 AM
David Weise
RE: Helen Lyden
I haven't located them, but I just started looking today after I found your memorial. It's been fun since my wife is related to her Hemenway grandparents (they are her gggranduncle and aunt.
Added by David Weise on Mar 01, 2014 11:42 PM
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