|Michelle Kidd-Johnson (#47094444)|
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I have been researching my family tree since 2001. I love it, It gives me such a huge respect for those loved ones that came before me. |
On my fathers side I am researching Whitworth, Hewen, McCamy, Kidd, Hafley, Neiman, Burns, Quinn, & Suggs. From Virginia to Blount Co., Tennessee to Van Buren Co., Arkansas.
On my mom's side Brown, Hunt, McPherren, Preston, Branch, Drake, Bagley, & Smith. Mostly in the Illinois, Missouri & Iowa areas.
All graves posted by me are directly related and/or a distant relative. Please contact me with any questions or connections, I would love to chat. If you are more closely related, contact me for a possible transfer. Also if any need a headstone look up in my area I would be happy to do what I can.
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|Theresa ||RE: Mortimer J. Horowitz|
I would absolutely love to go back to the cemetery to look for more Druckers. There is nothing I love more than a) a good challenge, b) an excuse to go wander around a cemetery, and c) an excuse to wander around that cemetery in particular. It leaves one a little in awe; you see the names and you know that these were the people who built Ellenville and made it what it was.
So yes, I will go back to look. If I don't find more of your family there, I have some very good ideas about where I might find them. There is another cemetery on the hill directly opposite Ezrath Israel called Anche Tzaydik. I've only been in there once, but I know there are way more interments than the 96 listed on this site.
One last clue you gave me might be important. Does your mom remember where the Overlook Hotel was located? Is she sure it was also in Ellenville? There were several Overlook Hotels not very far away, in Sullivan County, and it would not be unusual at that time for families to have lived in Ellenville and had parents or grandparents who lived "up the road" in Sullivan. If it's possible they were in Sullivan County, I know several cemeteries I could also check here.
Anyway, I'll start at Ezrath Israel and keep an eye out as I travel through other cemeteries. I have already found on several occasions that sometimes family members turn up where and when you least expect it.
Added by Theresa on Dec 29, 2013 12:59 PM
|Dixie||RE: Charles H Verner|
Glad to help!
Added by Dixie on Nov 15, 2013 9:50 PM
|Pat Sproat||RE: Memorial# 20633149|
No problem and good hunt for ancestors.
|Pat Sproat||RE: Memorial# 20633149|
The headstone in cem has his death date listed
I have been there and seen the date.
Yes I am related to Stephens family.
descend from Moses Stephens on down.
to Calvin Stephens born 1829 died 1906
I have done a lot of research on the Stephens
lines. Have been to the cem where all the
headstones were and wrote down the dates
there were many Elisha Stephens
I have about 10 or 12 in my information.
|Gregory & Rebekah Root||RE: Alexander C. Brown Memorial# 86682073|
Sorry, he is my 3rd great grandfather.
|Barbara Wolf||Robert Hewen, Covington Memorial|
I just wanted to bring to your attention that Robert Hewen was moved to Willow Lawn Memorial Park, Mundelein, Ill on March 2, 1972. This info was supplied to me by Covington Memorial. Have a great Labor Day Weekend.
|arrowkeeper||RE: Taggart Photos|
you are very welcome.
My mother is Dorotha Whitworth Theberge, with her father John Whitworth and mother Esther Burns. This site is great, I'll contribute where I can.
|Donna||RE: Memorial# 103397922|
if that is how her name is listed in cemetery records -since there is no photo - it makes sense to assume she was not married. In order for the memorial to be searchable from the main page -- it needs a last name, otherwise you have to know the cemetery to find it.
Added by Donna on May 28, 2013 4:48 AM
|J. Vernon Drake||Lydia Daniels Drake|
We have emailed each other in the past, and I thought you might want to see this information.
My records, which may be incorrect, shows that Lydia was living with her youngest daughter, Christina Drake Skinner (indexed as Shinnor) in the 1870 US Census of Leclede, Co., Missouri.
In the obituary for Christina, it states that she was the last survivor of a family of 13 children. I have identified 12 of the 13 children of Jordan and Lydia Daniels Drake they were: John, Sarah, Benjamin, Elizabeth, Jesse, Almira, Anna, William, Lydia, Mahala, Adelia, and Christina.
I do not know when or where Lydia Daniels Drake died and was buried, but she was alive in 1870. Her daughter, Lydia, died before 1867, but she was married to Isaac S. Lewis and they lived in Newman, Douglas County, Illinois so I don't think that she would have been buried in the Onargo Cemetery.
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