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Mert Rima
Franklin Lane
Please be specific with which Franklin Lane you want transferred, Frank E. or Franklin Echols or both. Please note I have posed pictures of grave markers for Bertie and Franklin Echols.
M.Rima
Added by Mert Rima on Aug 29, 2014 2:19 PM
Mert Rima
Lanes
I do not do the genealogy connections, I would prefer the family did it. I will be happy to transfer ownership to you.
M. Rima
Added by Mert Rima on Aug 28, 2014 2:58 PM
Sherylann6
Holmes
Looking for a Charles Holmes buried in this cemetery, but is not listed. Born Dec. 10, 1852 Died Nov. 11, 1923. Can someone look for his marker and perhaps a picture? Thanks, sherylann6@yahoo.com
Added by Sherylann6 on Aug 24, 2014 7:01 PM
DeeDee
Jane Stage
Sorry, spelled the Cemetery wrong, it is Wesley Cemetery, Clay County, Illinois
Added by DeeDee on Aug 23, 2014 11:32 AM
DeeDee
Jane Stage
Memorial #95414006 On your memorial for Jane you have a note saying she may have died in Illinois. There is a Jane Stage listed at the Westley Cemetery, Clay County Illinois for a Jane Stage wife of Samuel died Dec.3,1863, which sounds like your Jane. Also I walked the Old Oak Hill Cemetery twice and there is no headstone for Samuel Stage. Was wondering if you wanted to add a note to that effect on his memorial. Had looked for him because of a photo request. There are other Stages there but no headstone for Samuel, Thank you
Added by DeeDee on Aug 23, 2014 11:28 AM
Arthur Mullies
Richard Mullis' children
The only known (by record)children of Richard Mullis b. c. 1690s, Lancaster Co., were 1)John,
b. c 1720,Lancaster Co., eldest son per Land Transfer Document of 1734--never recorded as having a middle name,i.e., "Jackson." 2)George b. ca. 1725 Lancaster Co.,Va., who was recorded in Orange Co., Va. with evident father Richard on three occasions between 1741-1745;as late as 1762/63, George was recorded in Culpeper Co., Va. which was formed from Orange Co. in 1749. By or before 1768, George had joined his brother, John, in Orange Co., N. C., both recorded in 1774 in Chatham Co., (formed from Orange in 1771).

Art Mullies, descendant of George, whose children were living with Sarah Mullis in 1784 Wilkes Co.
Added by Arthur Mullies on Aug 14, 2014 1:11 PM
Arthur Mullies
Richard Mullis Burial
Richard Mullis b. ca. 1690s Lancaster Co., Va., was yet living when in 1748 he was chain bearer of a survey crew in Orange Co., Va.where he had resided since 1734. In 1762, a Richard Mullis was chain bearer of a survey crew re: Granvill Grant of or to John Mullis in Orange Co., NORTH CAROLINA. John was the eldest son of Richard, b. ca. 1720 Lancaster Co. But, whether this second Richard was John's father or a son, is unknowable; cannot be determined.

In any event, it is certain Richard was living in 1748 and in evident good health. Where and when he died is unknown, but not likely in Lancaster
Co., Va. His two known sons, John and George Mullis were yet in the same area of Orange Co., N. C. which was by 1774 in Chatham Co. (formed from Orange in 1771), where both sons were recorded on Aug. 9th of that year.

Art Mullies, descendant of Richard and son George.
Added by Arthur Mullies on Aug 14, 2014 12:52 PM
Arthur Mullies
Richard Mullis Burial
Richard Mullis b. ca. 1690s Lancaster Co., Va., was yet living when in 1748 he was chain bearer of a survey crew in Orange Co., Va.where he had resided since 1734. In 1762, a Richard Mullis was chain bearer of a survey crew re: Granvill Grant of or to John Mullis in Orange Co., NORTH CAROLINA. John was the eldest son of Richard, b. ca. 1720 Lancaster Co. But, whether this second Richard was John's father or a son, is unknowable; cannot be determined.

In any event, it is certain Richard was living in 1748 and in evident good health. Where and when he died is unknown, but not likely in Lancaster
Co., Va. His two known sons, John and George Mullis were yet in the same area of Orange Co., N. C. which was by 1774 in Chatham Co. (formed from Orange in 1771), where both sons were recorded on Aug. 9th of that year.

Art Mullies, descendant of Richard and son George.
Added by Arthur Mullies on Aug 14, 2014 12:51 PM
DeeDee
Glover, Neely Merriweather
The memorial you have listed for Neely at the Oak Hill Cemetery in Poplar Bluff Missouri may be in the wrong cemetery. I have photographed all of the headstones and walked this cemetery 3 times and found no headstone for Neely. In your information you showed burial at the City Cemetery, Oak Hill addition and that she passed away in St. Louis. The cemetery here in Poplar Bluff is quite rural and not associated to the City cemetery in the main town. Is it possible she was buried in St. Louis and this memorial should be removed. Memorial number is 77538337
Added by DeeDee on Aug 12, 2014 9:16 PM
Ruth Smith
Stillwell/Stilwell??
Could you check out the memorial pages for the Stillwell family at New Lorimier. According to the official list it is spelled with two "l's" - Stillwell. There is a Mary Stillwell that is buried in section 3 lot 153 but the other family members buried there are listed as Stilwell.
This might be hard on someone who is trying to find them - thanks. I sent edits also. Ruth
Added by Ruth Smith on Jul 30, 2014 8:22 AM
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