|Alicia||Small Miss spelling|
Hi to all looking at the record for Althella Kerr she was in fact born Althetta Beatrice Dorothy McCausland ("Daisy")
Born19 November 1878 in Waddington, New Zealand
married Alexander " Felix " Illing on 21 May 1901
She had 2 sons and 1 Daughter to him
McCausland Richard C.L.M. Illing, (born 1902)
Major Vivian Martin Hill Illing (born 1903)Known as
Ivan Major Illing
and Dorothy Alma Illing( born 1904)
than when Felix passed away in 1912
she later remarried William Nelson Kerr in 1914
having 1 son to him Gordon Nelson Kerr (born 1916)
I know this Because she is my Great Grandmother via Ivan and his second son Ivan. Hope this helps .
From Alicia Illing
Added by Alicia on Apr 04, 2015 3:58 AM
|Brett Langston Rowland||Billy M McCasland|
The link you sent me for the memorial already created was in the wrong Cemetery. The pictures I took were from the Lawn Haven Cemetery on Llano Estacado not the Mission Garden of Memories located on 7th street. If he has one at both cemeteries or one is for Billy senior and one for Billy jr. that I do not know.
That is hilarious, Bruce! I mention that there is a McCaslin expert here, and you knew it was Lois that I was referring to! Yes she will know, and if I have them wrong, I will be happy to change it. Watch out for the Pineapple Express that is headed your way!
|Mark McCrady||Emily McCaslin|
Could also be the same thing with this Emily. They have stones, and are listed in the Greenlawn book of burials. Those were pretty common names back then. I have a McCaslin expert that I can check with if you like, but because they are listed in the book as being buried at Greenlawn, and have stones, I will need proof that they are not there and that this is the same ones.
|Mark McCrady||Margaret McCaslin|
Could be a different Margaret that you sited, Bruce. The Margaret McCaslin that I put up in Greenlawn Cemetery, Johnson County Indiana came from the Greenlawn burial records.
|Phillip||Fr. Richard F McCaslin|
This order was buried at Calvary forever. They been coming down the old road from top Chapel Hill for years. They close the road at the bottom and used that up. There no more room at Calvary. I was wondering where they were going to be buried. They are adding to the east side of the block where the Sisters are buried who are buried on the west side. They just set the markers this pass week.
I will move my picture to that one and tell them to move the memorial to Mount Olivet.
Thanks for the information.
Added by Phillip on Oct 26, 2014 9:35 PM
|Kim & JM Talboo||Ellen Griffith McCaslin|
I took your advice an made the change. I also found her obituary and posted it to her memorial. Thanks for the additional information.
|J.O.||Carmen G. Rediker|
You are correct, your info matches the headstone. I must've just read it incorrectly. Thanks!
Added by J.O. on Oct 18, 2014 10:05 PM
|Mia Houghton||Willard McCaslin|
He has a marker in both locations - I can have Find A Grave mark the one at Ivy Lawn as a Cenotaph if you are sure he is buried in Missouri.
Transfer made. Duplicates due to spelling used by the Pennsylvania Historical Society. All three were reported interred together. Can't explain Jane's date of death as 1922 and be on the list.
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