|James Fulton (#47183296)|
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I've been into genealogy for over 50 years. Not steady of course. My great regret now is I'm much older & with a lot of info and lots of gravestone pictures and now finally have found find a grave.|
Well just going to add what I can and maybe the kids can continue if I don't get it done.
Life is a given.
Life is not a list of great accomplishments.
Life is a collection of memories over time.
It's not what you take when you leave this world behind you.
It's what you leave behind you when you go.
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|Dana Mason||Transfer memorial management please|
I would like for you to transfer memorial management of my relative great grandfather to me please. I would like to update the memorial without inconveniencing you. Thanks. Memorial for Emmet, Cora, Eva Mason
|Dana Mason||transfer memorial management|
I would like for you to transfer memorial management of my relative great grandfather to me please. I would like to update the memorial without inconveniencing you. Thanks. Dana Mason
|Phillip F Junkins||Doddridge Chapel Cemetery|
David A Junken
He is my greatuncle. He was the son of William Junken & Mary Ann Black Born 7 Jul 1843, Wayne County & Died 16 Jun 1858, Wayne County. His father was a Blacksmith & had the Blacksmith business in Philomath, Wayne County. Two of his brothers are listed as Hugh Jenkins & William Jenkins, my greatgrandfather. Both served in Civil war. William was killed in action & Hugh died in Marion County. Grave sites have never been found, but I have their military headstones in Springersville Cemetery, Fayette County, Indiana. I have the Junken/Junken/Junkins Family History for anyone interested.
James are you by chance the son of Freda Yakel Fulton?
|Cj Hayden Swank||44842607 William L Schuyler|
VETERAN LAID TO REST. William Schuyler Answers Final "Taps" From on High - Other Harvests of the Grim Reaper. William Schuyler, Company B, Forty-eighth Ohio Infantry died Friday, aged 67 years, eight months and eight days. Of his three children two survive him. He was married to Cordelia Brown of Clermont county, Ohio, March 14, 1868. She is left in her aged widowhood to mourn the loss of her aged companion. Her sorrow while deep, will be alleviated by the loving care of her children and twelve grand children.The funeral was conducted by the chaplain of the G. A. R. Post of Lebanon at Unity Chapel, Oregonia and the interment at the cemetery at Quaker church.He was followed by a large concourse of relatives and friends. As a soldier he did his duty at the call of his county. As a neighbor he was retiring and inoffensive. As a citizen he was respected by all who knew him best. Slowly perhaps, but not less certainly, the ranks of the boys of '62-'65 are being depleted. The feet that trod the wine-press in the bloody vintage of the Rebellion are growing feeble, the heads whiter, the eyes dimmer and soon the last tattoo shall sound for the last survivor of the greatest struggle fraught with the momentous results the world ever saw and it is to be hoped will never see again. Source: The Western Star 8 Aug 1910
|Robert M Fulton||Richard Evans Fulton|
Thx fo approving the edit for Elisha/Robert Fultons.
I see that you found Artelia Sophia's grave and are aware of her parents, Richard Evans Fulton & Mary Ann Fender. Any clue about where they are buried? My family records say they were buried in Taylorville Illinois Oak Hill Cemetery, but so far that's not showing up. I'm also missing the final resting place of their son, my g-grandfather Robert Cullen Fulton, although my family records say he was also buried at Oak Hill in Taylorville, Il.
R M Fulton
|Robert M Fulton||Findagrave Edit requested.|
I'm your distant cousin, descendant of Elisha,Richard Evans,Robert Cullen, Mark T, and Robert C Fultons.
I've submitted an edit that would link Elisha to his father, Robert and Mother Sarah, in the Leesburg Union Cemetery. Please take a look and "approve" this edit so there will be a findagrave link.
Robert Michael Fulton
|Bob Orr||Edenton Cem.|
Elizabeth Pray, w/o George Pray - Could she be the d/o William Brown (1803-1885)?
Is there any way that you can check on her dates again - I show she died at ca 26 yrs. but in 1868 not 1888. Thanks?
Added by Bob Orr on Apr 07, 2015 6:49 PM
|Kent Jackson||Doddridge Family Photo|
Thanks for your work on the Doddridge Chapel Cemetery and others.
I recently purchased a stereoview card photograph of David J. Doddridge, wife, and eight children. Hopefully you may know where some of the children are buried that aren't at Doddridge Chapel. I put individual photo parts on their memorials, but they are not great when enlarged. I can send you a scan to see if you'd like the original.
Jimmy (That's what we called you back in the '50's),
My daughter put me on to this website, and it seems that you are really into this. I remember when you and your mother and your sister Martha lived in south Minneapolis (Franklin Avenue as I remember). I'm really glad you are doing this and if I can do anything to help you, just let me know!
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