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Anyone that visits my site, please feel free to leave a message. I would love to know what surname that you check on and what you got out of the site. I will also transfer any Byram sites as long as they are not my direct relatives. All the Byrams that I have listed are not all my family line so feel free to ask. I will let you know if they are my family line or not. |
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Eliab Byram (1718-1754) is listed as being in the
Hopewell Baptist Meeting House Cemetery. The docent at the Hopewell Museum insists that only "old School" Baptists are buried there. So my question: how did this Presbyterian pastor come to be buried there? Is he really buried there (there is no picture of the tombstone)? Do I have my people mixed up? Please straighten out my confusion! Thanks for any information.
|Judy Nelson||Jules E. Carter|
His name is on the stone in Mayflower Cemetery, Oxford Jct. IA, made when his wife died. But he is buried in Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Los Angeles CA. Memorial #163242740. Also the son Marshal should be Myron. His children are buried with him in CA.
|Carla Geno||Isaac Lathrop|
I need info as to how this Isaac Lathrop died in Indiana. He had moved to Clark County, IL in 1822. I need this info because I am in the Daughters of American Revolution in Clark County, IL and need proof of where he is buried.
I would appreciate a quick response.
|Carla Geno||Isaac Lathrop|
I love you Happy Mother's Day
Love cuz Shelley
Find me again please
|Judith Lewis||Please correct Rutledge entries|
You have placed information for my great grandfather, Edward Rutledge under Eugene Rutledge's name. Edward's correct year of death is 1917 and his correct place of death is Seward, Nebraska. His correct burial place is Riverside Cemetery, Huron, Beadle, South Dakota Grave #4 Block I Lot II4. Sarah's year of death is 1915 in Seward, Nebraska. Her correct burial place is Riverside Cemetery, Huron, Beadle, South Dakota Grave #3, Block I Lot II4.
I have 2 sources for the above information: a WPA Graves Registration form (fee paid) and a South Dakota State Historical Society Cemetery Search (free online). You can access those documents on Ancestry by looking under Edward P Rutledge in the Public Member Photos and Scanned Documents area or in the Public Member Trees under my Ancestry tree name: All My Families.
|lifescribe||Cunditt,Cundit, Cundict & Condict Lines|
Thanks for the nice work.
I am of the original ancestor's (JOHN CUNDITT) lines: CUNDITT, CUNDIT, CUNDICT & CONDICT lines... like a few others out there.
We all probably know many others changed their names to CONDIT in later generations, but some kept the original spelling as in my CONDICT family, direct descendants to John and Priscilla (Mullins) Aldens,etc.. Genealogy is fascinating for sure.
I have found on other sites where many assume CONDIT was the ancestor's last name when glancing at sources (whose researchers/authors used that name merely, for the most part, for indexing, and so noted that),when in fact, the last name of the ancestor was not CONDIT at all, but one of the original variations.
I have seen this at times on findagrave, with photos of gravestones that do not correspond with the right lineage name, mainly confusion over CONDIT and CONDICT lines to John the ancestor.
Just sharing for what it's worth to genealogists.
I have also run across some people in Europe (thank goodness for the internet), who say records may indicate a connection/relation to CUNDIFF lineage also. Seems entirely possible, considering many of our colonial ancestors wrote in English scroll where a t might look like an f and visa versa. Other European lines must be out there, as John was from Normandy, of Norman descent. Thank goodness for the world projects out there.
Thanks. H Condict Case
|Karen Dickson||re: Eleazer Byram|
On the 1840 census, he had 3m and 2 f., which would be -
Himself, Clark and William. The females are Mariah and ? (his mother?)
I think Eleazer is buried in Enfield cem. I don't see him on the Budd cem. list, but that is not always reliable.
I hope I have been somewhat helpful.
I'm a family member of Elizabeth Louise (Stevens) Byram ... would like to discuss her mother, Vera Margaret (White) Byram Starnes.
Please contact me firstname.lastname@example.org at your convenience.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Added by saint514 on Apr 02, 2016 8:12 PM
|Judy Smith||Lenard Lathrop marriage year|
Marriage records for Lenard and Barbara West Bishop at ancestry for Iowa give year of marriage as 1926. Actual record. Barbara West was previously married and at least Lester's last name is Bishop. He is listed as Lester Bishop step-son on the 1930 census living with his mother and step-father Lenard Lathrop.
Thanks for posting his burial information to find a grave!
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