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|Patricia Stilwell Jones||RE: Rubel Cummings|
Just a follow-up. Don't know where my grandson got the name Rubel at. He doesn't either. He has brought me the stone and the name was Hiram Cummings. The stone clearly states that he was the son of Ely and Mary Cummings. Ely is buried in the Lower Cummimgs Cemetery. So far we have not located his mother Mary. Possibly you might know where she is buried?
In looking at the 1860 county plat map, I find that the land where the stone was found belonged to an
E. Cummings. Ely died in 1848 but his wife Mary, was still living so I am pretty sure this was their land, which raises the possibility that Ely might have been buried on the home place. With the floods that come fairly often there has been much land erosion along the banks and his grave may have fallen into the river.
I have entered Hiram into Find A Grave and listed him in the same cemetery as his father with a note stating where his stone was found. I also have a picture of his stone on the memorial.
Eventually, I would like to pit his stone in the cemetery by his father. What are your thoughts on this?
James Edward Shelton lived down the street from me but I didn't know him and I have no idea how or if he's related to John Ransom Shelton. Sorry.
Added by mks on Apr 30, 2015 8:35 PM
|Patricia Stilwell Jones||Cummings Gravestone Found|
Recently my grandson was walking along the riverbank south of Derby, Indiana and found a tombstone sticking out of the mud. This tombstone had the name Rubel(?) Cummings on it, with a death date of 1820, age 18 years.
I am wondering if you, by chance, would be able to give me any family connections to this boy. I would like to be able to return his tombstone to it's proper location, or perhaps if unable to determine where he might have been buried, perhaps to a cemetery where his parents or siblings are buried. Know there are at least three Cummings cemeteries in the Derby area. Can you help me or put me in touch with someone who might help me trace this boy? Thanks for your help. Pat
|Diane Decker||Joseph Fay Lane|
I have been looking for a Joseph Fay Lane.
He was married to Penny King (her father was Elmer King) Penny had 2 children by a previous marriage.
Joe and Penny had a boy and she was pregnant with their 2nd in 1971
Joe had a sister that lived in CO (not sure of the city) in 1970
They lived in Phoenix, AZ, Calif
Do you know if this would be the same Joe Lane
Thank you for you time
|Colleen Sanders Broyles||RE: Jesse & Artemesia Hall|
|Colleen Sanders Broyles||Cummins/Cummings transfers|
Hi! I just transferred Artemesia and her husband and their daughter as well to you. I am distantly related but obviously you are much closer on the tree than I am! I would love to know if you have any more info on the Cummins side of the family (sometimes spelled with the g and sometimes not lol) that you would want to share? I am related through Moses Cummins who was my 5th Great Grandfather, his daughter Delilah married to Levi Denny and they were my 4th GGrandparents..Their son Vincent and then his son Isaac on to my Great Grama Leona Denny Daglish Toppe (she raised me as well as her granddaughter my mother whom her and her second husband adopted which causes some branch crossover lol) then on to her son Robert Daglish, my mother Margaret Daglish/Toppe and then me!
I'd love to share family links and information with you :)
|Linda Banister||Nancy J Soesbe|
I am a descendant of Nancy and her first husband John W Waggoner. I was wondering if you know where John Wesley was buried? He died 23 April 1862 in Anamosa. Was also wondering if you have info regarding the circumstances of his death at age 33. I have a copy of Nancy's obit which mentions that his death left "a widow raising four helpless children in time of war."
I am submitting an application for membership to the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). I know their are two other Soesbe lines that trace their lineage to DAR patriot Daniel Soesbe (Nancy's grandfather) but my application is the only one descending from Daniel's son William, father of Nancy. Any information is greatly appreciated.
|Betty Hunter- Harrison||Earl Coleman Mustian|
I have added the link for his wife and also his parents. I added a couple of census.Have agreat day.
|Edward Farmer||RE: Nancy Buckner Johnson|
Very interesting indeed. Thanks for the reply.
|Edward Farmer||RE: Wyrick/ Parker|
Hi, thanks for the reply. Here is a few. All are my direct ancestors:
George Johnson, Sr 44482217
Nancy Buckner Johnson 44487988
Hannah Johnson Wyrick 44488740
Jefferson Wyrick 44488801
Mary L Wyrick Parker 86890017
Phillip J Parker 104817635
Nancy J Wyrick Parker 88075074
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