|Daniel Wyatt (#47241302)|
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I am retired and realized I knew very little about my family history. I started researching and got addicted. I found that Find a Grave was a great source for locating lost family members. I have posted many that are not immediate family and will gladly transfer those not in my tree to imediate family members. Much Data is just from stones and realize there can be many mistakes. Will make corrections and links when requested. I am no whis so patience is a virtue.|
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|Bruce Logan||James Logan|
Yes, this is the same James Logan that someone says is buried in the Bald Point Cemetery. I have been to the cemetery, even when you could view the stones of Abraham and Julian Hannah (Logan) Enix and made a very thorough census of all the stones that I thought might be related to James Logan and Julian Hannah (Logan) Enix and did not find any stone for James Logan. I have also been to other cemeteries where James might be buried such as Walnut Grove in Carter Co., KY and found nothing for James. How can anyone say he is buried in any cemetery without a stone or some other record? There were no death records kept in Kentucky until about 1851 so I know there are no death records for a person who died about 1838. Therefor I chose to list James and Caroline's graves as UNKNOWN.
By the way, someone recently told me they had been to Bald Point Cemetery a few years ago and there were no traces of Abraham and Julian Hannah (Logan) Enix stones. They were made of sandstone, sometimes called field stones, and they no doubt had eroded away. I regret that I did not take a photo of them specifically, but Fred W. Brown did take a general photo of the cemetery and I was able to recognize the stones when he took the photo.
Bruce E. Logan Jr.
|Angelo D Angeles||Asa B Lewman #88009541|
Hi Dan, I noticed you had posted memorials for Asa Lewman family. You had a memorial for Sarah Saunders Lewman #88009639 who was his 2nd wife. I was wondering if you would know if his 1st wife, Margaret Burris Lewman, was also buried in the Willingford Cemetery, Fleming Co, Kentucky.
|Long Black Veil||Tolliver Anderson born ca 1825, Bath Co, KY.|
The Tolliver Anderson I mention married Elizabeth Boyd. Just found where Tolliver Anderson married 1st a Susannah Woodard. They were the parents of two children, Amanda born ca 1847, and Mary T Anderson born July 18, 1854, Bath Co. Mary T Anderson's birth was recorded in early birth records. I could not find a marriage date for Tolliver Anderson
|gary williams||flora jessee|
No, I don't know Flora Jessee's maiden name. I will ask one of Janet's sisters as soon as I can and add it to Flora's memorial. Thanks for reminding me that we need to post this information.
|Joyce Fannin||Tommy Adkins|
|Joyce Fannin||Verba Adkins Church|
Thanks for the info.
|Karen Glazener||Cloey Fraley|
You asked if I could read the date on Cloey's gravestone ... no. The photo image was given to me by the person who took the photo on a visit to the cemetery.
Her date of birth on the findagrave.com memorial seems to be the accepted date from other researchers. I have not found documentation to prove that date or give an alternate.
|Barbara Howard||Flora Meade Jackson|
Hi Daniel, Thank you for the information. Does she know if there are any records that show her middle name of Mae? All my records don't show a middle name. Appreciate your help. Barbara
|Brenda Caudill Middleton||Henderson Whisman|
Thank you, Daniel for the photo of his stone.
|Barbara Howard||RE: Flora Meade Jackson|
What's her first name? I do have most of them linked.
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