|Susan Stott (#47256216)|
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I am a novice to family history work and to Findagrave, where I have found some real treasures. Thank you to all who have contributed these clues in my family history treasure hunt.|
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1850-1909 i think are the correct dates
|ravenslevy||RE: Andrew Sutton|
you had it set up as a photo request i think he was born in the 1850s/60s and dies in the 20s/30s.ill check
andrew sutton has been confirmed as being in valley st. not east lawn.thanks
|Vickie E.||RE: Thomas Hunt Shane photo|
You are welcome. I am a descendant of James Shane's son Benjamin. I get back in that area occasionally if there is another search I can help with.
|Kathy Robinson||RE: John Franklin & Janet Hatch|
MRS. J.F. HATCH - The funeral services connected with the burial of Mrs. J. F. Hatch were held Thursday at 4 o'clock p. in. at the family residence, conducted by her former pastor the Rev. N. L. Burton, of Galesburg, who spoke in a most feeling manner of the life and character of the deceased, and words of comfort and consolation to the family and friends, pointing them to the blessed promises of the resurrection. A quartette composed of Mrs. Roy Wilson, Mrs. S. M. Stead, Mr. Del Wade and Bert Hardy sang "Abide With Me" and "Asleep in Jesus." The floral tributes were in great profusion and most beautiful. The pall-bearers were: Frank Hatch of Springfield, Chas. Vose of Perry, Mason Hatch, C. P. Hatch, Marshal Hatch and D. W. Cree of this city. Relatives and friends present from out of the city were: Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Capps, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Capps, Miss Emma Capps, Mrs. Joseph Capps, Mrs. James Capps, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gates and son Jerome, Miss Fannie King, Jacksonville, Mr. Frank Vose and son Charles of Perry, Raymond Vose, El Dara, Will Sanford, Chicago. The above notice chronicles the burial of one to whom more than a passing notice seems due. Mrs. Hatch was identified with almost every good work in our little city, both in her church and out of it. Where poverty, sickness, or death was, she was always to be found, did she know of it, with those kindly comforting words spoken from a heart full of love and sympathy for all. Was material aid needed, her purse was always open. We love to think of one who by her life has raised herself by the grace of God to that high level, where her life and thought teaches the things that are divine. Death has its terrible and in explicable sorrow. We will not speak of that. A Christian in her church, a Christian in her family, a Christian among the poor, she walked with God and had this testimony that it pleased Him and God took her.
(Submitted by Sandi Donaldson from a newspaper clipping from a Pike county scrapbook)
|Kathy Robinson||John Franklin & Janet Hatch|
It was my pleasure.....I wanted to let you know that Janet Vose Hatch's mother was buried next to the Hatch's. She was Phoebe Montgomery Vose. I'm sorry the photos were so washed out...it was VERY bright outside and the sun was high in the sky. Also, if you don't already have them, I have a bio of John Franklin Hatch from the Pike county history book and an obit for Janet Hatch from the Pike county Genealogy Trails website - let me know if you need them.
|ravenslevy||andrew sutton east lawn|
ive been looking for him does it state a location of any kind?thanks
|Connie Clark||RE: Photo for Sarah Wiser|
You are very welcome, it was our pleasure. I just added one to Walter, it dropped his photo down. If you put it in as a person photo ( not grave) the photo will be on top. Take care, Connie and Wayne
|CindyS||Jay Rex Shane|
Thank you so much for the information. Based on what you showed I was also able to update his mothers maiden name. Take care Cindy
Added by CindyS on Jun 11, 2014 11:46 AM
|Leilani||RE: Charles Peck Bush Memorial photo|
You're very welcome, glad to be of help!
Added by Leilani on May 28, 2014 9:02 PM
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