Enoch Miller Hackler The information about Fern came from Enoch's death certificate. The informant was Viola Turner. She also lists his mother's name was Thersa Jane Stewart. Rosa died in 1916, according to her death certificate. It would be reasonable to assume that Enoch then remarried a woman named Fern. Death certificates sometimes provide misinformation, and this may be case here. I am hesitant to change anything at this time until more information is available. I hope you understand.
S. Poe Thanks for the email about this memorial. I have no idea if it's her, but the info sounds like it very well could be. I was just there one day and happened to photograph the stone, so I have no other info. I have put your note in the bio on the memorial, though. Maybe someone else will see it and be able to confirm. :)
Landrigans & Meisburgers Hi Tracey - thank you so much for managing so many of my relatives' graves! I really appreciate it. If you ever want to transfer any of them to me I would be grateful. All the ones with the surnames Landrigan, Meisburger or Robidoux (Rubidoux) are from my family but particularly the Meisburgers - Edward Paul (son of Mary C. Landrigan) was my grandfather. Thank you! - Christine Lehman :-)
RE: Mary Lucinda (Blacker) Marler Tracey, I just want you know I got your message. I going to be leaving here shortly and I have a busy day, I need to look at my information I have on Mary Lucinda Blacker Marler and I get back to you as soon I can. If you don't hear from me by tomorrow. It probably won't be till the end of the week. Thank you for written. Talk to you soon.