|Carol Shobe (#46993821)|
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|BRENDA HARTER||ELIZABETH CUSTIS SHOBE|
Have you been able to find her parents? We think her son, Aaron Shobe, was raised either by her parents or her husband's parents (Henry Shobe, sr.)
Aaron seems to have left Jacob Shobe and moved alone and remarried two more times. Jacob Shobe was my Great grandfather and died in Sullivan County, MO, in 1894.
thank you, Brenda Easterday Harter
|Holly||RE: Thompson/Wyoming Cemetery|
Thank you very much for catching that. I pulled up the father instead of the son. It has been updated. :)
Added by Holly on May 24, 2014 1:02 AM
|Del Huggins||RE: Townsend/Orzo Falls Cemetery|
Carole: The original entries were made from a transcript that I had of the cemetery. Judy Mayfield then walked the cemetery and photographed the stones. What is entered in Find A Grave is what was found at that time. If there is no stone photo then they are not marked.
|Ghost Town Gal||Will James' Findagrave Memorial # 65052380|
Thank you for updating information about author Will James. As a horse-loving youngster, his books were dear to me heart.
|Bev Norman||Robert H. Harper|
Thank you very much for adding those links. Your volunteer help is very appreciated.
|Shirley (Bruhn) Martys||RE: Adkisson|
More than glad to help. Love Find A Grave and want to pay forward as much as I can....Shirley
|John Gibson||Ann (Thompson) Brandon - Correction|
MArch 23, 2013
Thank you for replying to the message I sent on March 18, 2013. Your correction is important in that Edgar did not leave Lee County until the spring of 1852 - awhile after his two sons and his wife, Anne Thompson, had died. It would have seemed odd for him to have left his wife to die in Lee County as I incorrectly said in my message. The Gold Rush did lure many men from their homes to California and often their wives and families did not accompany them. But you point out that Anne, Edgar Brandon's first wife had already died before Edgar left for California. A happier story, indeed. Let's give Edgar a break on that one.
If you have timne to research this on Ancestry.com, let me mail you a check for your time. I'd like to see you find anything else.
I did visit the library in Dixon years ago. Some of the general store records from the 1840's showed Edgar Brandon had a credit account there in Dixon. I got several photos of his uncles and aunts - but none of Edgar.
|Kathy S||RE: Knauss|
You're welcome, Carol... it was my pleasure. :-)
Added by Kathy S on Mar 21, 2013 10:55 PM
|John Gibson||Thompson Family|
Do you have any information on Anne Sesilla Thompson? Her gravestone in the Burkett Cem. says she was b. 1839 and d. 1861. Anne married my gt gndfather, Edgar Brandon, 23 May 1848 at Dixon. Edgar had two boys by her and then skipped town in 1852 after the second boy d. He went to California by covered wagon and was a store clerk at Wing's Store, Rescue, El Dorado County. He married 2nd, Mary Josephine Reimer, dau. of Frederick T. Reimer and Maria Anne Zaehnle (Germans, of course.) He married her in Sept 1861 just after he must have gotten word that his first wife had died in Lee County. Maybe Anne came with Edgar to California, d. there, and her remains were shipped back to Illinois. Possible, yes, but I doubt it. She likely never came West. Edgar mined for gold but never made much at that. He was elected constable of White Oak Township in 1862 in El Dorado County. Edgar had 11 children by Mary J. Reimer and d. at Rescue in 1901 and is buried at the Jayhawk Cem. there. He was secretive and never told my grandmother (Rose Ellen Brandon) much of his past. Possibly he was ashamed of having left hsi wife to die by herself in Lee County. Edgar never let anyone take his photo.
My grandmother was one of his daughters. She spoke of her dad often to me, but said his past was a mystery to her. My grandma d. in 1965.
Edgar was b. abt 1821 in Huntington Mills, Luzerne County, PA to William Brandon and Tryphena Fuller. He came to Lee County in 1836 with his uncles, Benj Fuller Brandon, Edward, and John Brandon. They lived in Nachusa and China Townships.
Do you have any idea who Anne's parents were? I see no Thompsons in Lee County who match.
Hope you can advise.
|Kathy S||Darrell & Wava Knauss|
Photo's completed on 3/11 - "you're welcome" - hope you like them.
Added by Kathy S on Mar 14, 2013 8:38 AM
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