|Dolores & Danny Bohn (#47129663)|
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|Dolores (nee Atkins) Bohn & Daniel Joseph Bohn are members of the Filson Historical Society, Louisville,Ky; the Louisville Genealogical Society; Ancestral Trails Historical Society; and the Nelson County Genealogical Roundtable. Danny is also a member of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. Dolores & Danny have been doing extensive genealogy for many years on both of our families. |
Dolores' ancestors resided in Marion Co., KY & Washington Co., KY, and of course before that Maryland. When we do our research & take photos of the stones in the cemeteries in Marion County, which is real often, my roots are there. We have a special fondness for St. Charles, St. Augustine & St. Francis of Assisi, because so many of Dolores' ancestors went to church there and are buried in their cemeteries. Dolores' surnames are Atkins, Phillips, Thompson, Russell, Carrico, Smith, Mattingly, Spalding, O'Daniel, Mudd, just to name a few.
We are dedicated to researching our ancestors and it is very important to us to document our research. Our memorials are a tribute to them !! We feel that memorials should be a special tribute to each person, and we want to make sure that everyone is always remembered!!
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I was wondering if you know where Merle's sister, Ora May Owen Morris may be buried? I'm also looking for death information on James William Morris her husband. Ora shows up in the 1930 and 1940 Census, stating she's married, but James William Morris is not listed with her. I think I found him in Illinois in 1940, but don't know where he was in 1930.
James is my husband's 1st cousin, 3 Xs removed.
Thanks for any help!
Added by KimK on Mar 25, 2015 12:44 PM
|Sherri Slaton Hale||Taylor/Brown|
Been researching the Taylor's and Browns for a long time. I have the info on James Henry Taylor and Mary Letitia Rose Yates children.
One son has not been included in the genealogy and once I share this info I am hoping someone has the answer!
Okay, the "forgotten son" is John William Taylor born 6-6-1890 and died 5-28-1939 in Nelson Co., Ky from an automobile accident. His DC lists his parents.
Ok, John William Taylor married Mary Elizabeth Lizzie Brown on 5-3-1916. In 1920' John and Elizabeth Taylor were living in District 2, Botland, Nelson County, Ky.
In 1930, they were living in Dist. 2, Nelson Co., Ky
In 1940' Elizabeth Brown Taylor is a widow living in Springfield, Washington Co., Ky with the following children:
Robert, William, Edward, Geneva and Beulah.
Now the mystery: The Brown Mystery......
James M Brown married 1st Elizabeth Downs. She died before 1900. Their children were as follows:
Henry Clay Brown, Samuel Joseph Brown, Rosa Bell Brown, Annie Virginia Brown, Arch Brown and LIZZIE BROWN born in 1892. I initially though this was the Lizzie Brown who married John William Taylor but her age in census records don't match up.
Ok, between 1900-1902 James Brown marries Mary Edna Hall and they had a daughter Mary born 1902. By 1920, James Brown is deceased and Mary Edna Hall Brown is married to Joseph Taylor and Mary that was born in 1902 is not living with them.
So I believe Mary Elizabeth Lizzie Browns parents are James Brown and Mary Edna Hall. And this Elizabeth Brown was the wife of John William Taylor.
The mystery? I cannot locate her grave nor when she died. I can find all the Taylor's except for Elizabeth Brown Taylor. John and Elizabeth Brown Taylor had a son named John William Taylor born 9-22-1923 in Nelson Co., KY and died 10-15-2009. He is buried in the Maple Grove Cemetery, Bloomfield, Nelson Co., Ky. Was married to JoAnn Chesser.
If anyone can help me find out when and where Mary Elizabeth Lizzie Brown Taylor died I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks Sherri Hale Slaton
|TIMOTHY LEWIS CLEMENTS||BERNARD A CLEMENTS|
MY GRANDDADDY HAS ALL HIS CHILDREN LISTED EXCEPT WILLIAM B. CLEMENTS..HISMOTHER WAS NAMED MAE MANN...LEBANON KY...HAD BROTHER NAMED J.L CLEMENTS AND 3 OR 4 SISTERS...CAN THIS BE FIXED...270-402-3765 IF YA WANT TO CALL ME...LEAVE A MESSAGE AND I WILL CALL YA BACK...THANKS IN ADVANCE...I AM SO GLAD I FOUND THIS...
|dana smith||Martha Alice Abell- Spalding|
I have added several of her deceased children to her. She had multiple still births and premie babys mostly boys in which she repeated giving her sons name William Edward. Sadly not one she name that survived. Nor did she after the last ones birth. Dana
|Robin Blackshear||Isabele Catherine Russell Clark|
Thanks so much for updating her. She grew up in the house my husband and I own now. So thank you, thank you, thank you!
|Kathryn Mulhall||Maria Ann Newton will|
I think this document is for your Mariah Newton.
It can be found here bottom right and scroll to next page also:
|Lillie Riney||Hilary Clark|
thanks so much for the photo.
I am happy to help you with your research.
Without actually going to the Racine Library, I checked their website and could not locate any local obits for either Frances or Leo. Since Leo died in Atlanta, maybe a death notice would only be posted there. For Frances, you record that she died in Racine, but I cannot find a local death notice. I can keep looking if you wish.
Added by Tom on Aug 11, 2014 10:08 AM
Sorry, I should also mention that nearby were the burial enclosures for Albert Wellnitz (1902-1980) and Anne M. Wellnitz (1897-1982). I don't know if they are related or if you want this information - just let me know.
Added by Tom on Aug 08, 2014 2:38 PM
I have taken a photo of the burial crypt for Leo and Frances Wellnitz at Calvary Cemetery in Racine. The memorial for Leo indicates that his burial location is unknown; hopefully, I have solved that mystery. With your permission, I will go ahead and post a photo of the combined enclosure for Leo and Frances on Frances' memorial page. If you want me to proceed to post similar photos on Leo's page, please let me know.
Added by Tom on Aug 08, 2014 2:33 PM
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