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Pleased to be here. My hope is that I have helped someone along their way in discovering some small fact in their quest of finding family connections by placing these memorials on this great site.|
*I found out the hard way that virtually all of the bio info one places on their precious memorials they created, makes its way directly to world connect rootsweb, family search and ancestrydotcom, and many other personal blogs and sites with no credit of original ownership in place. This is only important if that issue matters to you.
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|C. Wayne Austin||Freeman Monuments|
I have made a very thorough survey using a special technique for reading and a talent for digging out broken stones containing inscriptions. I have found about 50 more than what is on FINDAGRAVE, but not ready to release it to the public until I am through processing the data. However as good as that is it is not absolute proof the Freemans are not there in the Old City Shelbyville Graveyard so I will concede. I just wanted to confirm it was not like the one that said a party died in Flat Creek and was buried here in Shelbyville. That makes me a bit suspicious of that one because there is an old cemetery in Flat Creek that old pioneers could have been buried.
Have a great day.
C. Wayne Austin
|C. Wayne Austin||Freemans in t old City Cemetery|
Wht evidence do you have that shows these Freemans might be in the Old City Cemetery of Shelbyville Tenn (Bedford Co) I just completed a thorough survey and review of the historical records of that cemetery and did not see your facts.
|Thomas Bohnstedt||RE: Erik Lee Bohnstedt|
Oh ok, I didn't realize. If you told me and I just forgot, my apologies. I sometimes get so many ops going at once I occasionally forget where I'm at!
Thanks again, Tom
|Thomas Bohnstedt||Erik Lee Bohnstedt|
Update; I contacted the funeral home that handled Erik's funeral and they confirmed what you apparently know already; Erik was cremated and the ashes given to a relative, most likely his wife Susan.
|Sandra Smith||RE: finis bruce|
Got it changed. Thanks.
|Sandra Smith||RE: Susan Clark|
Joan, I deleted Susan. I believe I got that from our cemetery book and have never been in the Mayfield cemetery. Thanks for the information.
|Karl Hamlin||Your note on Stephen Hamlin 1’s memorial|
I saw your note on Stephen Hamlin 1’s memorial.
I have been researching the Hamlin family ancestry for over 40 years, and compiled a database of over 40,000 descendants of Stephen Hamlyn – 1, who came to America from England in 1634, and settled in Surry County, Virginia. If you descend from Stephen 1, you belong in the database too, and I am eager to share my discoveries with you. Here’s what I propose to send you:
- A personal Ancestor Report, generation by generation, showing birth, spouse, marriage, death, and burial information for all your Hamlin ancestors (from you to Stephen-1)
- A Kinship Report (identifies your kinship to all your Hamlin ancestors)
- A Relationship Chart (shows how you and I are related)
- A Descendant Report, generation by generation, showing birth, spouse, marriage, death, and burial information for all Stephen-1 descendants
All of my information is in a system called Family Tree Marker from which I can very easily create a wide range of reports, like the four above. Thumbnail photos are included on the reports when available. The reports are suitable for permanent binding.
If you have a computer and email, simply send me an email at my address below.
Hoping to hear back from you.
15601 View Dr
Spring Lake, MI 49456
|Carol & David||RE: Absalom Pursel 167927511|
I also found and created memorials for Absalom Pursel, 167927511 & Catharine "Boyer" Pursel, his wife, 167927536 at Greenwich Cemetery. If the records I found on Ancestry are correct he was William and Mary Ann "Iliff" Pursel's son and so I linked him with them. If those records were incorrect, let me know and I will remove them as his parents.
|Carol & David||RE: Charles Pursel|
You are very welcome.
|Thomas Bohnstedt||RE: Erik Bohnstedt|
Hi Joan, I don't think you'll get far wit that. There have been some difficulties with that part of the family, difficulties that relate to his passing. The wife doesn't tall to anybody. Let me check with his father though, I may be able to get some help from him.
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