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Pam (#47032340)
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Bio Photo My love of cemeteries began when I was a young girl and my great-grandmother took me up on the hill to the cemetery. She called it the "family cemetery", and I have called it that ever since. I believe we can honor our loved ones even after they are gone from us.

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and be gracious to you;
the LORD turn his face toward you and give you peace."
Numbers 6:24-26
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RE: Hein Cemetery, Putnam Co.
I'm sorry, but I don't know the directions. It's been a while since I put this information here, but I believe it came from a book I had ordered online. I've moved since then, and not quite sure where it is, as this is still in storage. I wish you luck in finding it.
Added by Beth on Feb 20, 2014 2:13 PM
Jerry Halstead
John Flynn and Elizabeth
Hi Pam,

Sorry, but the names John Flynn and Elizabeth do not sound familiar to me. I have done extensive research on my lines, so I would assume that they come from a different branch of the Halstead tree.
Added by Jerry Halstead on Feb 10, 2014 1:57 PM
Jenine Kimbler
RE: correction: Woodrow
Still working on my Browning tree - I have went back quite a ways, but have not done each family individually. I do know that I have a Woodrow Hunter in my line, and he probably descends from a Browning female. I am working on the Brownings this week so I will let you know. Do you have any information on Woodrow Browning (dates birth/death, etc.)?
Added by Jenine Kimbler on Jan 06, 2014 3:16 PM
Jenine Kimbler
RE: Col. John Miller & wife, Elisabeth
The pictures are in the middle of a comment I made on Jan. 1 of this year wishing everybody a happy new year (don't know how the Millers came up in the middle of that). You'll have to "view previous comments" to get down to the photos. If you can't find them I don't mind sending. For the time being, I'll just post them on Kentucky Knoll under "E.S. Miller" and "B.J. Miller" and state that research is being conducted to find out who they are. It is so cold here right now (10 degrees) that I just can't bring myself to go back out to the cemetery right now, but I will try to read them again. In the meantime, if you come up with anything will you let me know? Thanks.
Added by Jenine Kimbler on Jan 04, 2014 9:24 AM
ernie miller
RE: Barbary Mauzy Miller, Miller-Halstead Cemetery
Hi Pam, Barbara Mauzy is still guesswork, but most people speculate she was born to Henry Mauzy about 1745. A Miller-Halstead stone has been read as B.M. 1819 and is believed to belong to Barbara.
Ernie Miller
Added by ernie miller on Jan 03, 2014 4:51 PM
judy thompson
RE: Irene Ferrell Browning
I am not related to Irene I just like to take pictures of graves so if there is family far away they can see their loved ones graves.
Added by judy thompson on Jan 03, 2014 11:07 AM
Jenine Kimbler
RE: Col. John Miller & wife, Elisabeth
The 2 graves I found are in Kentucky Knoll Cemetery in Greenview, Boone County WV. I have not posted the pictures on Find A Grave yet, posted them to the Boone Genealogy site on Facebook hoping someone could help. Col. John and Elizabeth's daughter, Louise Miller Ball, is buried there. There are no other Millers in that cemetery, and I don't think there were any other Millers in Greenview at that time. If you have a facebook page I can forward the pictures for you to look at. I am gonna try to go back to the cemetery on the first warm day and re-read and photograph them again, may try the aluminum foil trick or take my daughter-in-law with me - she has better eyes.
Added by Jenine Kimbler on Jan 02, 2014 10:57 PM
RE: Irene Ferrell Browning, Vinton Cem.
Transfer made! Glad she is with her family!! Happy New Year, Sharon
Added by SGirton on Dec 31, 2013 8:53 AM
RE: John Miller military stone
You're welcome. Pam
Added by Margaret on Dec 30, 2013 3:03 PM
RE: Miller Pence Farm
I descend through Jacob (son James) also settled around Rock Creek in Boone County. I don't know where he is buried had a few leads that went cold. If you ever run across his grave I would appreciate letting me know.
I also loved Monroe County, it was like I was coming home. It made me feel peaceful.
It's always nice to connect to other descendants of the Miller family.
I asked Ernie if I could add the farm photo to John memorial so other family members can have.
Added by Saulback on Dec 30, 2013 8:36 AM
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