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Thank you for the photo of the marker for Franklin and Spring Lockwood
Added by jo buis on Mar 26, 2014 11:25 AM
|Alvin Poole||RE: Nancy ballenger|
Would love to, thank you, Alvin
|Keith Buck||RE: Ruth Yaw|
Hey, thanks for the really quick reply, Lori. No, you have the right Ruth Yaw - the children all match up, per the 1860 census for Berrien Co. It may be as you say, they buried her with the name of the husband with which she had the children. Her marriage to John S. Buck came fairly late in life, she died less than 3 years later, and they had no children. In 1880, her son, George was living in Hamilton. Her husband was definitely Joseph Fay Yaw, who was in Co B, 6th Michigan Infantry Regiment. He died 27 March 1863 and was buried in Port Hudson, LA according to the U.S. Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865.
|Keith Buck||Ruth Yaw|
I'm interested in Ruth Yaw, buried in Hamilton Cemetery in Van Buren Co, MI. Do you have any info on her at all? She was married for the two years before her death to my 2nd great granduncle, John Buck, so I'm curious as to why she was buried with the last name of her previous husband, Joseph Yaw. Any info you can provide would be helpful.
|Marie J Watson (Holmes)||RE: sutfin family|
My Ancestry on my Mothers side is the Sutfins, My Great,Great,Great,Grandfather was David V. Sutfin Not sure How we're related but would appreciate a copy of the Bible info you have. Email to my profile Email.
I'm not related, just recorded the cemetery he is in. Figured if one was famous the other should be as well. His epitaph is " he implanted smiles ".
|Janet Personette||RE: Hiram Chilson|
I am so pleased that you like the info I found. I love to tell more of the whole story about families and especially the history of Niles and those who connect to that history.
The other dental implant co-inventor is here -- http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=115341635. Epitaph: "He Implanted Smiles"
Your bio could apply to either of them, it might be nice if the URL links were embedded so the bio's point to each other.
I haven't tried marking a memorial famous before; If I do, could you provide the bio?
|Mary-Elizabeth||RE: Bea's at Columbia, MO|
I would appreciate a copy if you would be kind enough. My brother married into this line and I'm working it for my nephews.
|Sandra||RE: Cowans in Missouri|
The Cowans in Columbia, Mo were connected to the
Keenes that I am related to. The Cowan Cemetery is located on the John Keene land.
Added by Sandra on Oct 18, 2013 9:33 PM
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