|The Collector (#47334277)|
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Researching the following families:|
Blakely - Blakeley - Blakemore - Bowden - Burchfiel - Burk(e) - Bush - Carothers - Coggin - Currie - Dillon - Floyd - Garland - Gouge- Hickman - Hills - Keen(e) - Newberry - Neville - Parker - Payne - Pearce - Pendergraft - Phillips - Self - Summerell - Thomas - Thornberry - Tomlin - Totman - Whitehead - Zink
Find A Grave is a grave registry, not a genealogy site for recording your personal family history. I am willing to transfer memorials--but not those that I am related to, kin through marriage, or are friends of mine or their relatives. If you would like to have a memorial that I have entered transferred to you, Please Read the Find a Grave Guidelines, first to determine if the memorial is within the guidelines. If the memorial is within the Find a Grave guidelines, please state the exact relationship to the deceased when making a transfer request. I do not make bulk surname transfers. For those who wish to "collect" all of a certain surname, please consider creating a virtual cemetery.
I do make mistakes and I would appreciate being informed so that they can be corrected. If you have additional information that you would like added to a memorials, send it and I will consider it.
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|Tracy Neely||RE: Charlotte Hickman Judd|
Great info! Most everyone buried in Missouri Cemetery is related. I'll do some looking to see if the info you shared with me links her to anyone there. Thank you so much for the great information!
|Tracy Neely||Charlotte Hickman Judd|
Thank you for the edit suggestion for Mrs Judd's maiden name. May I ask, how did you find this info? Do you have any other info for her, or her family?
John Martin (# 67109355), son of Valentine and Jane (Bridgewater) Martin of Cumberland County, Virginia, is my 5th great uncle. The Valentine Martin family history by John R. Martin provides information about this John Martin fighting with Daniel Boone.
When Col. Benjamin Logan and his men were fighting in Lincoln County, Kentucky in 1777, this John was living with his family in Goochland County, Virginia.
Some family researchers thought this John was a Second Lieutenant from Fluvanna County, Virginia but that person was the son of Henry and Sarah (Bryan) Martin and died in 1830.
Our Martin Family history goes back to New Kent County, Virginia. There's no connection with Captain John Martin of Jamestown who lost his teenage son, John, in 1607 - his only male heir.
I've researched a variety of records for each John Martin who fought in the Revolutionary War and none match my relative. Records from Daniel Boone don't exist but we know this John Martin followed Boone to Clark County, Kentucky.
Thank you for posting the memorial and would appreciate the update.
Added by Joan on Oct 13, 2014 3:12 PM
|Valice Raffi||Malinda Emerson Bowden|
Thanks for doing the edits!
|Wendee Seaton||Zink Family|
I'm working on the Englewood Cemetery database and website and have several questions on the Zink Family, Theodore Elmer Zink and George Ann Blakemore Zink. I show an infant and an E.F. Zink in lot 229, grave 1 and 3, possibly the same infant? And you have Bessie Bell Zink in Lot 229 but we don't have her in the database. The only headstone is one that says "Zink" in grave 1. And Georgie is at Oak Grove Cemetery instead of being buried with her children at Englewood? Our map shows grave 1-5 all being owned by T.E. Zink but no one in graves 2, 4 and 5. It appears that Georgie, Bessie and the infant all died on June 9, 1886 in Jackson County? Was there an accident? On Rootsweb I found a listing for "Daughter Zink" of Theodore and Georgie who married an Andrew Currie but the other two children I see were boys, William and Jess? Bessie's birth certificate says she was the fourth child. Maybe there was another sister? Any help you can give me on this would be greatly appreciated!
|deegraver||RE: William Whitehead|
do you know where his parents are buried?
thanks a lot.
Why do you say his parents are incorrect ?
|paul gunther||Fenton Alexander Payne|
I changed the info and then decided to transfer to you since your relation. Any more transfers let me know.
|Jimbo||RE: Gabbert Cemetery|
Thanks. If you don't still maintain the Blakemores I'll transfer ownership to you. The only way I know to add the note about this cemetery also being known as Gabbert is to go through the Find A Grave Forum process. Takes time and not always successful. Do you have a better way?
Added by Jimbo on Aug 31, 2012 7:51 AM
|Jimbo||RE: Prosser Cemetery|
Oops, I didn't fully answer your question about how I determined which was which. I relied on the landowner, a person of advanced age who doesn't have people buried in either cemetery, and on info from the Prosser family history. My co-worker and I were working the Prosser family when we went up there. I initially thought the Bills Cemetery was Prosser although the sign was across the road, but none of the expected Prosser burials were there. So, we checked further and arrived at the present IDs. I suspect Gabbert was the older name but many Prossers are buried there also and of about the same time periods. We often find multiple names like this in Lincoln County. Makes it difficult to find cemeteries unless there is someone who knows the history.
Added by Jimbo on Aug 31, 2012 7:47 AM
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