|John Tippet (#47295921)|
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|Connie Barber||Paris Beckelhiemer|
I was wondering if you knew anything about this family? Emma (Emily) Perkins Gibson is my GG Grandmother. I am not about to find where she is buried. I know she died here in Cabell County at her son's, Harlen's house between 1900 and 1910. but I have no record of her death or burial. Can you help?
Connie Martin Barber
|C Flores||RE: Samuel & Francis Simer|
Added by C Flores on Sep 23, 2014 10:01 PM
|Janneane Veger||RE: Christianna Bechtelheimer|
You're quite welcome. I should thank you for making requests there; I liked Nichols Cemetery so much, I decided to photograph the entire place for Find-A-Grave!
|Ralph Hammond-Green||RE: Paul Beckelhymer|
Thank you. He was our minister when I was growing up.
|Eileen M.||RE: Susie (Behymer) Floyd|
Not a problem. Glad I could help!
|Linda||RE: Laura Emma (Simer) White|
You're very welcome.
Added by Linda on Sep 06, 2014 7:26 AM
|Lucy||Probable reason WHY John F C Tanner is buried in Goble Cemetery|
Just a bit of information on the probable reason WHY John F C Tanner is buried in Goble Cemetery, which you don't have to include in the profile unless you want to.
Jennie Beadle Tanner's mother was Lydia Brown, wife of Benjamin Gilette Beadle(m Hamilton Co OH 1833) He was born abt 1810. In 1840 Lydia Beedle is living next to Joshua Brown in Clermont County. Ancestry.com has her transcribed as "Mr Lydia Beedle, Mr", and there is no adult female enumerated in the household, so the record is somewhat confusing. She is said to have died in St Louis Missouri in 1842. I believe Lydia may have been a daughter of Joshua and Alice Brown, sister of Alice and Elizabeth Brown Goble, making Jennie Beadle Tanner a granddaughter and niece. John and Jennie were married in Clermont County in 1858, and lived in Jackson County, IN (1860 Census). When John Tanner died, his parents and most of his siblings were deceased, and there was no common burial ground for the family. I have no proof of Lydia's parentage, but a relationship to the Browns and Gobles is the only thing that makes sense of John's burial at Goble Cemetery.
Added by Lucy on Aug 30, 2014 1:38 PM
|Lucy||RE: John Tanner|
Thank you for linking John F C Tanner to his dad.
Added by Lucy on Aug 30, 2014 12:49 PM
|Jason Walker||RE: Rachel Ellen Patterson|
Info came from headstone (see pic).
|Lucy||RE: John Tanner|
John F Tanner is found in the 1850 Census in Brownstown, Jackson County, Indiana, living with his mother Martha and siblings:
Name: John F Tanner
Birth Year: abt 1836
Home in 1850: Brownstown, Jackson, Indiana
Family Number: 796
Martha Tanner 63 (43)
M Gordon C W Tanner 20
Samuel W Tanner 19
John F Tanner 14
Thomas H B Tanner 13
Andrew J Tanner 11
Mary J Tanner 8
Margaret A Tanner 6
John is a middle child. The History of Indianapolis, p 1022 has him and his brothers, Major (Moses)Gordon Tanner (oldest child) and Col Thomas H B Tanner named under the entry for George G Tanner: "Colonel Thomas H. B. Tanner was in command of the Twenty-second Indiana Infantry at the time of his death, and in the same regiment his younger brother, John F. C., was a lieutenant. Major Gordon Tanner had also served with gallantry as...."
Major Gordon Tanner's father, Col Thomas Tanner and mother, a daughter oF Benjamin Smith, are named in A Child's History of the United States, Volume 2, p 391 (google). Margaret Amanda (Tanner) Payne's (sister and youngest child), death certificate lists her father as Col Thomas Tanner and Martha Smith.
Is that enough?
Added by Lucy on Aug 27, 2014 10:01 AM
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