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I live near Laguna, New Mexico. My father's family roots are in southwestern Ohio ... Highland Co, Adams Co, Clinton Co etc. I research the Roberds, Noland, Griffith, Carey families. On my mother's side are Bowser of MD and PA, Bane of PA and VA, Williams of Shenandoah Co, VA & Eskridge families of northern Virginia.|
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|Greg||Oscar & Nellie (Hefferman) Eaks|
I was beginning a memorial for Oscar and Nellie (Hefferman) Eaks when I discovered you have created one. To confirm, they are buried at Park Cemetery, Hancock County, Indiana, I took photos of their tombstone tonight. They are my nephew's gr. grandparents so I was doing this for him. Would you mind transferring their memorials to me. If you would rather not, I understand, please place their memorials in Park Cemetery. I would appreciate it!
Added by Greg on Jun 29, 2015 6:26 PM
|C W Williams||RE: Thomas Williamson of Hampshire Co.|
Sorry for the delay. The Ancestry trees that you refer are incorrect. There were two Williamson families descended from Willem Gerretsen who moved to Hampshire Co in 1750, the Thomas Williams that I refer to being the first. They came from New Jersey. Take a look at https://sites.google.com/site/twilliamshampshireco/ Further, existing records in Hampshire Co. suggest that these families were the first with the Williamson name in Hampshire Co. Moreover, though not conclusive, Samuel was a given name used by one of these families. I believe that there is a good possibility that Thomas Williamson is connected. Do you know if any of his direct male descendents have taken a Y-dna test?
|RJNP||Elijah & Louisa Cooper|
I show that this couple are buried at Park Cemetery in Greenfield, IN. They have headstones. Elijah L. Cooper is buried in Lot 12 Grave 3 Section 2 and Louisa Jane Cooper is buried in Lot 12 Grave 4 Section 2.
If you could change your cemetery information.
Added by RJNP on Jun 16, 2015 8:29 AM
|C W Williams||Thomas Williamson of Hampshire Co.|
Are you researching the Thomas Williamson?
I have a Thomas Williams in Hampshire Co in 1750 when Geo Washington surveyed his land. My Thomas used the name Williamson in early documents. Based on one document I have found, he may have had a brother named "William Williamson, Jr." This William might be the father of the Thomas you have on Find a Grave. Note a John and William Williams acquired land on the Potomac River about the same time as my Thomas got his in 1750.
|GOOFFSON||ANNA ROBERDS BROWN|
Mountain View Cemetery
San Bernardino County
Added by GOOFFSON on Mar 10, 2015 12:23 PM
Hello! You have the following for her birth: Aug. 17, 1717 Frederick, Frederick County, Maryland, USA.
Would you share your documentation for this date & place?
She is my 6th great grandmother.
Thanks for all of the Noland Memorials.
Pierce Noland I is my 9th Great Grandfather
Added by A. Coats on Jan 29, 2015 10:00 AM
|rj careins||Joseph Adams Roberds40880466|
While adding pictures to the Matthews IOOF cemetery of all the Roberds that didn't have pictures I noticed that you didn't have Joe a Roberds in Matthews but as unknown Cemetery. He is at Matthews IOOF beside Anna E with Della and Sebert buried on the other side of the big Roberds stone. Della was an old Sunday school teacher of mine. I think I have pictures for all the Roberds listed at Matthews IOOF now. Just wanted to let you know RJ Careins #47427468
|Michael Mussinan||Oscar and Bertha Clark|
Thanks you so much for transferring Oscar and Bertha's memorials. I will delete mine and will add the pictures that I took the other day. I will also will link Oscar to his parents and add any other family information that I have.
|CardinalLady||Matilda & Robt. Dean.|
My cemetery records show them in Dean Cemetery. These were compiled by the Owen County local DAR chapter in 1983. , my understanding is they physically saw the stones unless stated otherwise.
The cemetery is very small, 8 stones listed. It was on the farm of Max Jordan in 1983.
It says also that most of these people can be identified in the Owen County History.
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