|Bradley Moody (#47097169)|
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I have been doing my genealogy for 35 years. I am mainly interested in the following surnames: Wintermute (also Windemuth, Wintermote and Wintemute), Sanborn, Hall (Bradford, MA and Rumney, NH), Moody (Essex County, Virginia), Gatewood, Brown (Jefferson County, WI), and Hollinger.|
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|Patty||Ella Cooper 98221358|
Green Lawn Cemetery Chillicothe Ohio
Lot A Block 24 Series 12
Added by Patty on Jan 28, 2015 7:18 AM
|Sarah Lovelace||James William Bell|
I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Bell's son, Robert, who informed me that his father's name was John (not James) William Bell.
|tootz||RE: Donald Morris|
Thanks for making the date corrections. I am very distantly related through the Edwards line going backwards through the Chandlers etc. Clantons then through the Hogue line which where my great grandparents. I skipped a few surnames here. It would take me awhile to trace it backwards. according to ancestry.com it says James Louis Chandler was father-in-law of aunt of wife of brother-in-law of 1st cousin 2x removed of wife of great grand uncle. Way to confusing. I would say we are distantly related. Nice to chat with you and thanks for your help.
Added by tootz on Jan 16, 2015 2:31 PM
|ellen (Miller) coburn||Nimrod Gatewood|
Thank you for your hard work.
I would like you to transfer Nimrod Gatewood to me.He is my 2nd Great Grandfather and I'm trying to connect my family on find a grave.
Ellen Miller Coburn
|Chris Aiuto-Atkins||RE: Betty Barigar|
The Bell's that I found was dated
Annie Laurie Bell, (1872-1952), also buried near is Kevin Douglas Bell, (Jan. 1961-May 19920), are this any relatives of yours? I have the photos if they are the ones, and I can upload them.
|Jim Longest||James and Bessie Moody|
|Jim Longest||James and Bessie|
|Rebecca Wright||Samuel Alden/Lyman Hollinger|
I'm so curious....are we cousins? What is your familial connection to Samuel Alden and to Lyman Hollinger??
|Rebecca Wright||RE: Samuel Alden|
Hi Bradley.....well I wish I had a death certificate that's for sure! I get what you're saying about the birth date, but we all know, as you've been at this game as long as I have...grave marker info and family's knowledge don't always add up....the fact that it's within a 30 day time frame and most especially that his daughter Miriam's grave marker is right there at Old Taberg Cemetery showing Keziah (Blodgett) Alden & Samuel Alden as her parents, in my opinion is a fairly good indicator. The info in my family's Alden bible for Samuel, it is noted that he was buried in Taberg, Oneida County sometime in the 1850s, so I'm okay with it. I ran a pretty thorough search in the rest of Oneida County, with nothing even remotely close, only one other Samuel and the ages don't match. The August 9, 1850 Oneida AG census also shows him there and just five years before his death. I am descended from Samuel & Miriam (Glazier) and their son, Royal Alden. What is your descendant line? If you are uncomfortable with using this memorial in Taberg, then certainly just maintain your memorial for him, I have absolutely no problem with that.
|Chris Aiuto-Atkins||Betty Barigar|
I went searching for her last week. I could not locate her gravesite. I was told that she was buried under the name of Bell. Would that be correct. I also found a Anna Bell, I don't know if any of this would help you. Should I be looking under a different name. I will go there on Monday, to ask them to search under all names. I was told by the office assistant, that she was buried under the name of "Bell".
Will try again,
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