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JMR (#47361044)
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I have become a genealogical junkie in researching my parents families. I have joined Mayflower Society, DAR and am a member of Daughters of the Union with members from two of my father's families and two of my mother's families. I have 2 gr gr gr grandfather, 4 gr gr grandfather's and 2 gr grandfather that fought in the Civil War plus gr gr uncles. I have found many graves with pictures of ancestors because of the generosity of others. I am trying to take pictures of ancestors that live in the vicinity of my state. I have taken them in Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas so far.
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Jan Lyde
RE: William Shaw
I have sent the pictures to your email. The one with the death date is buried in the same family plot as Ellen Jane Corthron. Could she be his wife and remarried? Also could Edna have been his 1st wife and Ellen didn't bury him beside her?
Added by Jan Lyde on Jan 13, 2013 2:11 PM
Jan Lyde
RE: William Shaw
I will try to get the picture today and post it for you. I am going to take a picture of the other one also. It is with Edna Shaw. She died in 1960. All of the Shaw's are buried in the Jerusalem section with the exception of William M. I was wondering if when he died no one knew there was already a headstone for him. It is strange that both have the same birthdate on them.
Added by Jan Lyde on Jan 13, 2013 12:00 PM
Jan Lyde
William Shaw
What was his wife's name? There are two headstones in the cemetery with his name. One is a single stone and the other is a double. I only listed the single since that was where he is buried.
Added by Jan Lyde on Jan 12, 2013 9:21 AM
Uncle Bob
RE: Thomas Allen
Looking at the closeup of the picture it still looks like 1792. 1st these names are on the same marker as the other Allens. Parents born in 1730's would most likely not have children born near 1800. Also there were on settlers in IN in the 1730's.
Added by Uncle Bob on Oct 05, 2012 2:28 PM
Loyd
daisy miller
I am patint, will read it when I get it. It gives me something to look forward to, tomorrow. If you keep having trouble, I'd consider a g-mail or pther e-mail provider. Loyd
Added by Loyd on Mar 27, 2012 11:16 PM
Loyd
Daisy miller
Looking forward to reading your message when you get the mail fixed. Sometimes servers are down for maintanencre anfd your mzil will work in the a.m. Loyd


Added by Loyd on Mar 27, 2012 10:09 PM
Thomas Harned
Harned genealogy
jmr, I am delighted to find your family information on find a grave. I am Tom Harned and I am the data gatherer for The Harneds Of North America www.harneds.org. Your Louise Harned is in our database. I would like to ask you some more genealogy questions.
Tom Harned
Added by Thomas Harned on Apr 11, 2011 2:59 PM
D's Mom
Nancy Phinney Ashley
Done. I also created a memorial for their sister Susan A Phinney who is listed as buried in the cemetery.
Added by D's Mom on Feb 02, 2011 3:21 PM
D's Mom
Judith Eaton
I've made the updates and the links. Thanks for the info. Let me know if you have anything else to add. Kim
Added by D's Mom on Feb 02, 2011 3:02 PM
 

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