|Barbara Haines (#47313090)|
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|I live in Louisville, Kentucky, and with relatives from coast-to-coast I've benefited from other people posting data and memorials on Find-A-Grave. |
A believer in 'paying it forward', I'm happy to help others whenever possible with photos of cemeteries and markers.
Here's hoping you all find the ancestors and the answers you're looking for....
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|Garrett Gabel||Susanna Brown Lenox|
Hello, I was viewing your notes in regards of your submittal of Mrs. Lenox buried in St. James cemetery findagrave mem# 96584821. It appears to me that you are either family to the Lenox or Brown family or a historian....or both. I am not kin to either but as I have wrote local history books of the southern Phelps co. Mo. area, the names of the two families come out often. I have studied the Lenoxs' hard, especially during the Civil War years. Myself and friends cleaned up the Hamilton Lenox cemetery at Elk Prairie, Mo. last year and have walked and researched the Elder D.T. Lenox farm at Lake Spring, Mo. as well. Elder Lenox sold the mill at Yancy, Mo. to my 3x great grandfather Phillip Jackson in 1857,that's when Elder Lenox moved to Lake Spring. I'm doing quite a bit of research on the third brother; Wilson at the time, do you have text and/or photos regarding Wilson or Elizabeth Lenox?? I find it odd that Wilson, who supposedly "went south" shortly after the war, came back to Phelps county soon afterwards. He must have done some oath taking to have made this move...or perhaps was a victim? He did die after all in 1862. Any assistance from you would be greatly appreciated. Regards, Garrett Gabel
thanks for your contribution to find a grave and giving a brief but interesting biopic of several of my ancestors, best wishes, katie.
Added by katie on Nov 29, 2014 5:20 PM
Thank you... I've made the correction you suggested.
Added by Norma on Nov 16, 2014 2:11 PM
|Genealogy Bug Kate||Nolynn Baptist Church Cemetery|
Thanks for the photo of William Churchill's marker!
|Jan||Sarah A. Moslander-Case-Roll|
Updated info very much appreciated. I have added it to the memorial. Thanks for the work you do at Find a Grave!
Added by Jan on Nov 07, 2014 10:39 PM
|jbmgs||George T. Peters|
I wish I had some answers for you. But I obtained my information from a cemetery book published by the Washington Co. Historical Society. I can find no other listing for George except with James Peters so I assume that is the same one, but I cannot say for sure. Sorry
I did locate a Martha Peters wife of James according to her tombstone in a cemetery in Harrison Co. but James was not listed there. I wish you the best in finding the information.
Added by jbmgs on Oct 20, 2014 4:20 PM
|Bonita||Col. George Washington Rains|
Buried in Saint Georges Cemetery, Newburgh, Orange County, New York #41757008
Added by Bonita on Aug 14, 2014 5:11 AM
|Iain MacFarlaine||Charlotte Chambers|
Many thanks for that! I have just added it to the page.
If you find anything else like this, do, please, let me know. However, in the morning, I am off on my wanderings again, only this time it is to Wales, which is quite mountainous but isn't quite as far away as Uttar Pradesh. As mentioned on my biography, I never check the computer when I am on my travels, so anything you send me, although it is going to be received with gratitude, is going to have to wait until I get back to London.
He was b. 1852 in North Petherwin Cornwall
and died in North Petherwin Cornwall. not Saltash.
Death: Nov. 1, 1834
These dates are wrong, Richard was b. 9 Apr 1765 in Clawton and d.11 Jan 1834.
Every other details of family are correct.
The dates you have for Richard above apply to his son Richard Banbury who married Mary Wickett.
Richard died in the same year as his father and the graves of Richard and Mary Wickett [d.4 Jan 1869] are in Clawton churchyard.
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