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|Dave Davenport||RE: MATTIE ROLAND 1869-1946|
WERE YOU ABLE TO PULL HER UP ON THAT WEB-SITE? DO YOU WANT US TO FOLLOW UP AND GET YOU A PICTURE OF HER HEADSTONE?
|Dave Davenport||MATTIE ROLAND 1869-1946|
GOOD NEWS AND BAD NEWS. I FOUND A PICTURE OF MATTIE'S HEADSTONE ON www.arizonagravestones.com. The photo is protected by Copywrite Laws. But we know she is in Mt. View and can go back and take a picture ourselves.
|Dave Davenport||RE: Mattie Frick Rowland|
I'LL CHECK IT WITH THE DIFFERENT SPELLING
|Peter McLaughlin||RE: Troy Cemetery, Athens County, Ohio|
thanks for the Meagle info....I have corrected the link.
Added by Anna on Feb 14, 2015 5:20 AM
|Dave Davenport||MT VIEW PRESCOTT - ROWLAND|
WE HAVE THE OK TO TAKE THE GRAVESTONE PICTURES OF YOUR ANCESTORS AND WILL DO THAT THIS WEEK. IF YOU HAVE ANY MORE IN THIS CEMETERY PLEASE SEND YOUR AUTHORIZATION TO firstname.lastname@example.org (I OMITTED THE 6 IN MY INITIAL E-MAIL)
|Michael||Joseph Harry Davis, Jr - Greenwood Cemetery, Sharpsburg PA|
Diane Nichols said I should contact you in regard to our duplicate memorials. I have the original memorial, but I have no relationship to the decedent, so I am more than willing to transfer management to you since you are apparently a relative. You can add your family links and other information before deleting your duplicate. Sounds like a fair deal for everyone involved. You may contact me at email@example.com to set this up, if you'd like. I look forward to hearing from you. And, thanks for all you do on FindAgrave.
Added by Michael on Feb 08, 2015 8:30 PM
|Karen Strawn||Louisa Mugridge|
Just a note that on Louisa's tombstone, it says "Mother of Kate M." I found Kate's grave in Woodlawn cemetery, Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia. Her second husband was Dalton Fletcher. Her first husband, Charles Hunter Crawford, had died in 1899.
|Karen Strawn||RE: Mary E. Morgareidge|
Thanks for helping & I'll be glad to take over on this one.
I just recently "stumbled" across this branch of the Morgareidge family. At Chronicling America, I found the Point Pleasant newspaper with a short announcement of Marden Morgareidge's death--"Mr. Mugridge died at the home of his son-in-law Joseph Gilpin in New Haven." I've never been to the Belpre cemetery where Marden and Almira are buried. That news story and a telegram from Daniel to Ransford Morgareidge (brothers) are the only facts I have for Marden's death. I've been able to follow Joseph Gilpin's life now, but Mary E. Morgaridge Gilpin is elusive right now.
Also, the oldest boy, Alcanzar, has not been tracked down either.
There's always another trail to follow.
|Karen Strawn||Mary E. Morgareidge|
I think this Mary E. Morgareidge is the GRAND daughter of Marden Morgariedge and Almira Chase. I located the death record for Mary E. at https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-267-11678-154996-4?cc=2128172 with the same death date. However, this Mary was only 1 year and 10 days old and died of measles. Her parents are listed as Alcanzar Morgareidge and Louisa M. A sad part of the story is that the mother (Louisa/Louiza) had died 2 months earlier.
Alcanzar was the oldest child of Marden and Almira Chase Morgareidge and his only sister was also named Mary E. She married Joseph Gilpin in Marietta in 1865 and they lived in New Haven, West Virginia and in Gallia County. According to the 1870 and 1880 Censuses, Joseph Gilpin and his wife Mary are listed and several children are born after 1868. By 1910, Joseph is living in Brooklyn, NY and is a widower. He served in the Civil War, lived in the Soldiers' home in Dayton and is buried in the military cemetery in Brooklyn, NY.
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