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Pam Witherow (#47364463)
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Allen Long
Zipporan Mumford Bowen
Do you have any birth dates on zipporan mumfords Bowen first husband William Fleming bowen birth deth or birth dates? Understand you have communicated with my nephew don long thank you allen
Added by Allen Long on Apr 26, 2015 3:20 PM
Larry Olson
Steven Rhoads
Pam,
I went ahead and transferred the memorial to you. There was no family tie to me. Cherry Box was the first complete cemetery we photographed.

Larry O.
Added by Larry Olson on Apr 25, 2015 7:51 AM
Rebecca Beck
Cupp
Thank you
Added by Rebecca Beck on Apr 24, 2015 9:14 AM
Ronald Mosher
RE: Jonathan Hudson Wright
Thank you Pam. Are you related to Jonathan or any of that Wright line, or are you a local historian who has been kind enough to add to those, like me, who can't get halfway across the country to all of the cemeteries. I live in central Virginia, near Charlottesville. I've been through Knox and Shelby county several times, but there isn't ever enough time or energy to get everything. I have some cemetery photos for the area I need to add to that tree.

It's also kind of funny on this family, while I start at places west, (I was born in Idaho), Eventually, many of the lines end up winding back to Brown County, Ohio. Jonathan was born just north of Brown County, Ohio, around Leesburg, Highland County, Ohio. It's funny when several lines all comes back to a completely different place. Thanks Again! Ron Mosher
Added by Ronald Mosher on Apr 21, 2015 10:16 PM
Ronald Mosher
Jonathan Hudson Wright
Jonathan had another daughter, not listed on the memorial page you have set up for him. The daughter, Elvira Wright, 1849-1910. She was born in Hamilton County, Indiana. They moved shortly after this, as they are found in Newark, Knox Co., Missouri in the 1850 census. Jonathan had 3 children with his first wife, Elvira Shaul, and 10 children with his 2nd wife, Indiana Moore.

Elvira married Ezekiel T. Reed in Brown County, Ohio. They eventually moved to Shelby County, Missouri and later to just south of West Plains, Howell County, Missouri. Elvira was the 2nd wife of Ezekiel T Reed. She gave him 14 of his 19 children.

Jonathan H. Wright was the 3rd of 22 children born to Joshua H. Wright and Rebecca Sumner. Rebecca died giving birth to twins that were her 12 and 13th children. One twin survived, Joshua H. Wright (Jr.).
Added by Ronald Mosher on Apr 20, 2015 8:40 PM
Ronald Mosher
Jonathan Wright
Thank you for posting the notes you have. Most of the notes for Jonathan Hudson Wright came from my work. All of them except for the census records and the last note. She passed away in 1968, so I'm not quite sure where those notes came from. I have yet to connect Jonathan's line with the Wright Brothers. Jonathan's line back is thru Joshua H. Wright, John C. Wright (Jr.), John C. Wright (Sr.) and James Wright. James was the immigrant ancestor arriving in the Philly area in 1685. He eventually moved to just north of Wincester, VA in the early 1720's. He was a minister for the Hopewell Monthly Meeting (Quaker). As far as I can tell the Wright brother's line came through New England.
Added by Ronald Mosher on Apr 20, 2015 8:33 PM
Steve
William Lawrence Myers
Hi- I am not figuring this statement out on William Myers' grave site.

"**Note: William was buried in the cemetery south of Myers-Dowdall Park and was the second person to be buried in Scotland County, MIssouri."

That cannot be true. Scotland county was established in January of 1841- In 1843- Knox county was taken away from it. William Myers died didn't die until 1867. He wasn't even the 2nd person to be buried in Pleasant Retreat Cemetery. Richard Gale's son and daughter-in-law were buried there and stones moved when Hwy 15 came thru. Richard Gale Jr was buried there in 1864. His wife wasn't buried there until 1870.

I know he wasn't the 2nd person or probably even the 100,000 and 2nd person who was buried in Scotland County. A lot of people were buried in Scotland county between 1841 and 1864.

Thank you.
Steve
Added by Steve on Apr 19, 2015 12:38 PM
Allen Long
blanchard cemetery
if you get to the blanchard cemetery again if you can find the stone of daniel louderback and ailcy powel would you send me a picture of it . thanks allen
Added by Allen Long on Apr 17, 2015 2:41 PM
Michael R Harmon
Oliver Harmon
Pam, It does say he is buried In Richards Dale in his obituary. We will try again. Mike
Added by Michael R Harmon on Apr 16, 2015 5:22 PM
Deanna Martin
Louis Eyler
I've added the information. Thank you.
Would you like me to transfer Louis & Geraldine to you?
Sometimes when I'm back home (Illinois) I just walk around and take pictures. I don't know that I'm related to them...
Added by Deanna Martin on Apr 16, 2015 3:53 PM
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