|Lynda Elliott Dixon (#47254123)|
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|Melody Addington||RE: Mary Stroud Funk|
You are welcome!
|hunterofpast2014||RE: Benjamin F Rush|
No problem. The cemetary was just down the road from where I live. Some of the stones were pretty rough.
|Lynn Marie Vint||RE: Charles Pellikaan|
No, didn't lose the photo. It was never on mine.
I knew he was in a cemetery in Clarksville, Missouri, but my obit didn't give the specific name. That's why I created it under the category "burial information unknown at this time."
The memorial with the earlier date is the one that Find A Grave keeps when there are two for the same person. Mine would have shown up if the person had done a search for him before creating the duplicate memorial.
|Lynn Marie Vint||Charles Pellikaan|
I moved him to the right cemetery. I did not delete mine, since it was created before the other one.
I did find quite a bit more about him today, so added that to the bio. It's info you probably already have.
|vl beck||126381370 VS 128947686|
According to 126381370 and their tree on ancestry
Dora Belle (Lockhart) Moon was married to Thurman "Winfield" Winfield Moon she was 18 when they married they had
1892 – 1931
Marquis E. Moon
1896 – 1985
Francis P Moon
1898 – 1991
1899 – 1991
1904 – 1979
Since you don't have a picture of her grave stone what you have can't be verified. But on Thurman "Winfield" Winfield Moon "Bell" Dora Belle (Lockhart) Moon is listed right on it. She was 88 when she died.
I don't see any other info on Henry Moon other then your. Could he be a child even though he may not be listed on her tree.
That is why I sent you a spouse change. The only other thing is she might have married him and he died with in less then a year she married Thurman.
Both Thurman and Dora Belle Moon young he was 19 and she 18 he died at in 1954 and she in 1960 both in their 80's they had their first born in 1892 and they were married in 1890. So I can't see how or when she would have time for Henry.
Let me know what you come up with. As I said all I can find on him is you findagrave info. The other I have more than two sources including wedding info.
Let me know TY
Added by vl beck on Apr 26, 2015 3:40 AM
|Gail Graham||Wallace Joslin|
Hi, Wallace Joslin b. 1830 in Kentucky is my GG Grandfather. I am confused by this listing as I have seen his stone in the Haycreek cemetary in Crook Co., OR. There is his, Mary's and his son, William's.
I would also like to know what proof there is that John is is brother. I have not been able to prove my way past Wallace. I am greatly looking to hear from you. Thank you.
Gail Joslin Graham
|Donnie Ruyle||Cuba Dixon|
Lynda: Thank you for adding the information and connecting Cuba to her mother. You are one of the top 10% that will adding information. The other 90% will not.
|Patricia Ulrich||Nancy Greenwell Dixon|
If you are related to this person , which I hope you are, Im related !! Related thru Nancy's husband'mother...she and my Grandmother's sister.. reply if you would like...at email@example.com
|NL Nuttall||Napoleon Lafayette Trueblood|
The burial locations for Napoleon Trueblood and his wife Missouri
(Pinkstaff) Trueblood Reeves come from a Pinkstaff family history
published around 1983. Since the compilers were descended from
a brother of Missouri's grandfather, it's quite possible errors were
made in the course of their research on her line. If Napoleon is in
the Vincennes City Cem., the question become, is Missouri buried
there too? Is it possible they were originally buried in the Pinkstaff
Cemetery and latter removed to Vincennes? I need to do another
search for Missouri through the Vincennes City Cemetery records,
which are currently not available online in a form I can access. So
I'll have to check the index volume, which the Monroe Co. Library, in Bloomington, has in its collection. It looks like the weather may
prevent this until next week.
|Gaye Hill||Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Trueblood|
Here's a little bit more information:
Brownstown Banner newspaper, Brownstown, IN
Wednesday 24 April 1912;Front Page, Column 4
Celebrated by Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Trueblood, of Sparksville
The following item was sent to this office for publication a few weeks ago, and was misplaced with some other mail matter, but now we take the pleasure in publishing it now, as golden wedding anniversaries do not occur very often.
"March 27, 1912, marked the end of the fiftieth year of married life for Mr. and Mrs. Jno. A. Trueblood, who live about two miles north of Sparksville. They are among the most substantial, respected and praise-worthy citizens of the county. They have resided on their present farmstead for about thirty years, and have a large circle of relatives and friends.
On the date above mentioned nearly one hundred people assembled at their home bearing an abundant supply of provisions for a great feast, and he day was enjoyed to the fullest extent by all present.
Mr. and Mrs. Trueblood received many valuable presents which they highly appreciated.
Jno A. Trueblood, son of James and Nancy Weddle Trueblood, was born December 23, 1838. He was one of a family of thirteen brothers and sisters, of whom four others are living and were present at the above occasion, viz: Rhoda Hill, Emma Martin, Ella Julian and F. H. Trueblood, of Vincinnes.
Mrs. Jno A. Trueblood, whose maiden name was Hester J. Martin, was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Martin. She was born June 14, 1844, and was one of a family of eleven brothers and sisters of whom three others are living and were present.
Other guests present from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Julian, of Thompsonville, Illinois, U. S. McHargue, of Lander, Wyoming, and O. F. McHargue, of Columbus, Montana."
A picture of Mr. and Mrs. Trueblood accompanied the above write-up, with the request that it be published, but we are sorry that we are not able to do so, as country printing offices are not equipped for making newspaper cuts.
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