|Kathleen Mirabella (#47135173)|
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|C♥M||Annis Sisco. My Aunt.|
Kathleen, Thank You for your reply regarding my Aunt Annis Sisco. She never married but assisted in raising her sister's, son, after her young death. Aunt Annis was a beautiful soul to me. And, she is still loved.
Thank You for posting the funeral card C sent to you via email.
When we visited Marion KY, many Sisco headstones , were emailed to you re: Sisco Cem., Mapleview., Love Cem., I hope they assisted you.
The comment " Do not post the Memorial meaning personal bio, without asking us first. We have been in the process of revising our bio removing names of living and or not related to aid in the Genealogy search." We found some Memorial's posted on Ancestry with no comment Thank You to Find A Grave , Contributor's....along with pictures, headstones."
* We ask first, once getting the permission, Always Give Credit to that Find A Grave Contributor. "
If their page states you may use my headstone photo's, please give due credit. That is just a given and proper guideline to follow. We do that.
So, to clarify what you posted to us., You Will Not Transfer my Aunt Annis Sisco due to the post Do Not Copy Memorial on Ancestry? You want that removed or revised?
Thank You for all you do on Find A Grave, Kathleen.
I lost my only living Aunt last year, my mother, and my father in 2011. My wife's parent's , she does her best in their caregiving needs. It has been some rough years. I am sure you understand and may relate. Thank you.
Added by C♥M on Aug 31, 2014 8:45 PM
|Rich H.||RE: Francis Gallacher and Children|
Glad I was able to take that picture. I helped clean up that cemetery years ago when it was overgrown. I haven't been there in years. Some of the descendts meet once a year and spruce the place up.
Added by Rich H. on Aug 21, 2014 8:48 AM
|Rich H.||RE: Francis Gallacher and Children|
Kathleen, thanks I added the pictures you requested.
Added by Rich H. on Aug 21, 2014 6:16 AM
|connie ballou||Fanny Rench Harlan|
Hi! Do you have any death date of Catherine Harlan Wheeler's mother? My family is the Mills/Rench family. Catharine Mills married Peter Rench. Catherine is my gt gt gt grandmother's sister.
Catherine Mills Rench died in 1839. Her daughter, Fanny is Catherine's mother. Can you help? You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|angel searcher||RE: Thomas George Hamley|
You are so very welcome, I did look for the others you have listed, but there was only the one stone, it was right on the edge, facing the road. I am always happy to help. I wish I could have found more, but I don't think they have stones.
Thank you for the information. It did seem odd to travel so far back in those days and then to come back. Maybe it was to go somewhere people would not question their age and permission. I agreed with the Jeptha and figured the wedding spelling was a transcription error. Sometimes their writing of letters can look like a different letter. They wrote with so many swirls to their letters. It is pretty but sometimes hard to read. Thank you again for the information.
Added by Jolene on Jan 21, 2014 6:45 PM
|Jolene||Huddleston - Sanders Marriage|
Hi Again Kathleen,
I went back and looked at the Jeptha which they spelled Septha Huddleston and Elizabeth Sanders marriage. They were married in St. Louis, Missouri, December 21, 1840.
Added by Jolene on Jan 21, 2014 4:33 AM
|Jolene||RE: # 537982700|
Yes to your original question. Elizabeth Sanders in the Wheeler Cemetery was a Huddleston. Her husband was a Jeptha Dudley Sanders and their daughter Maria also spelled numerous ways married an Alexander J. Moore both buried in Elmwood Cemetery. My Aunt mentioned a Martha Moore but I do not think it is the Martha Moore in your cemetery but I could be wrong. From what I have found my Uncle's family was large in Macoupin Illinois. He grew up in Gillespie and his mother and father are buried there but in a Gillespie City Cemetery.
Added by Jolene on Jan 21, 2014 4:26 AM
Elizabeth Sanders is my cousin's 3 time great grandmother. Her maiden name was Huddleston. I have not figured out her parents yet but thought you might like to know so you can add her maiden name to her page seeing as there are so many other Huddleston's buried there. Her husband was J. Dudley Sanders. His first name is spelled so many different ways I have opted to only put his first initial.
Added by Jolene on Jan 20, 2014 1:29 PM
|pam leonard||braxton clark|
Braxton Clark was my 3rd gr uncle. He was the broter of my 3rd gr grandfather Randall Clark. Eunice J. Clark married Lawson Boyce....she was Braxton's sister. There is also a brother Richard Clark. These are the offspring of Joseph Clark and Mary Ann Taylor (daughter of Rev Soldier William T. Taylor and Sarah Wheeler).Mary Ann Taylor's father was William T. TAYLOR ( a brother to Richard Lee Taylor)?
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