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Maureen Martin
RE: St Euny
Hi, sorry there are no dates on the stone only the names, but it is in the right area for burials of that date. Other stones around them are for the 1950/60s.

I did a search on free BMD and only one F Webber came up in 1964 in the Redruth area and that was for a Florence Webber.
Shall I add the picture, we can always take it off at a later date if it proves to be wrong.
Added by Maureen Martin on May 11, 2015 1:58 PM
Maureen Martin
RE: St Euny
You are welcome,
the photo request you have for a F Webber buried in St Euny , does the F stand for Florence?
and if so was her husband called John?.
I ask because Flo is used as a shortened form of Florence and[ Jack for John ]don't know why but
I have Jacks in my family who were christened John.
If it was Florence then the Flo and Jack I found was in the right area for 1950s to 60s burials
and I could add that photo for you. Can always take it off again if it proves to be wrong.
Added by Maureen Martin on May 10, 2015 10:28 AM
Maureen Martin
RE: sophia Eade
Hi sorry,
to have taken a couple of days to reply, yes we do get up to Redruth and Illogan sometimes.
Had a quick look around St Euny today spotted Adeline Webbers headstone should be posted by now. Also found a F Webber but no dates on the stone was this a Flo with a possible husband Jack ? If so I will add it ,if not one to consider. Also found a Enid and William Wallace are they any relation?
Regards Maureen
Added by Maureen Martin on May 09, 2015 12:50 PM
Maureen Martin
RE: sophia Eade
You are welcome.
Sorry that was the only Eade that I saw, saying that it did start to rain just as I found it so didn't hang around. There were other Hoskings.
Have added Ellen and Ada.
Regards Maureen
Added by Maureen Martin on May 05, 2015 11:56 AM
Janice Lapp
RE: martha stafford
You're Welcome.....I'm going out "somewhere" again today as it is too nice out to stay in. I just put my good old "stomping" shoes on & away I go !!!!
Added by Janice Lapp on Apr 12, 2015 7:31 AM
RE: Lorenzo Schiavo
Thanks for the additional information. I wasn't aware that there was a duplicate. It must have been someone else who mentioned it to you. I don't know anything about this baby or his family, so I'm unaware of the correct spelling. I do know that the old newspapers are full of errors when it comes to spelling names. If you think this one is the same as one of the Lorenzo Schiavos you have, let me know and I can delete this memorial.
Added by phillipsp on Apr 11, 2015 8:28 PM
Janice Lapp
RE: martha stafford
OK, Got the photos for you today......That is an old, old cemetery, but they do have a newer part on the flat part. The old part is all hillside & you have to walk with one leg shorter to stand up !!!! It is so wet & muddy with all the rain & you have to watch the groundhog & mole holes, too. And, all the tree limbs that are down. But, it is something how some of the stones are still visible....Think I'll go back & take them all as some day they are not going to be able to make out what they say. I took some extras today as I didn't know what was already taken. My nephew & his wife & little boy have just moved "over the hill" from this cemetery, so I went to their place today, too, and here they are going to mow this cemetery this summer !!!! They bid on the job & got it to make some extra money for their new place.....So, I had a GOOD DAY all because of YOU!!! Thanks.....
Added by Janice Lapp on Apr 11, 2015 6:45 PM
Janice Lapp
RE: martha stafford
OK --- I'll do that.
Added by Janice Lapp on Apr 11, 2015 6:48 AM
Casey Stafford
Clare Desmond Jackson Stafford
In the notes attached to Clare Desmond Jackson Stafford, buried in Shamrock, Texas, it is stated that she was the daughter of John Chester Jackson, son of Thomas & Elizabeth Jackson of Gallatin, Tennessee. There has been a lot of confusion regarding John Chester Jackson's parentage.

He was born and raised in Hartsville, Wilson County (now Trousdale), Tennessee, brought up in the home of his Uncle Mark Jackson from a very early age. Family Bible Records show that he was the son of Mary Ann Jackson, daughter of Isham Jackson & Doritha Tucker. Isham Jackson was the brother of Mark Jackson. Mary Ann married Simpson Bennett after John's birth and had four daughters. The name of John's father is unknown, but DNA testing in the Jackson family suggests a Chambers or Manary lineage; only Chambers families are found in Wilson County, Tennesse for the time period.
Added by Casey Stafford on Apr 09, 2015 3:59 AM
Jane Brereton Netcher
RE: Mary Stewart
I don't think they even have a city government anymore. They have one gas station, a post office that is maybe 500 sq feet. And not much else. It is like a ghost town.
Added by Jane Brereton Netcher on Mar 16, 2015 9:30 PM
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