|Jerry Coffman (#47381729)|
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My name is Jerry Coffman and I am 70 years old and started trying to find realtives about a year ago, and with the help of others I have been able to find a lot of info and have made it back to th 1600s.|
I am working on the Coffman/Kauffman side of the family and my sister Connie Kissee in Manhattan, Kansas is working on the Churchill side. I am also helping my wife with her side which is Bartlett, Cullen and Bowes.
I live in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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|Bill Greenlee||RE: FAG #73910487|
Susan Anna Presley Coffman's name was last seen on the 1860 census in July at the 10th Civil District in Sweetwater, Monroe County, Tennessee. She had a daughter, Nancy Virginia, who was born January 6th, 1865 in Sweetwater, TN. William B. Coffman was re-married on August 4th, 1869 in Monroe County, TN. I'd say that it's highly likely that Susan died and was buried there.
|Carolyn Whitaker||RE: FAG #73910487|
No I'm sorry I don't know where she's buried.
|Dos Perros||David Harmon Coffman|
Iím sorry, but I donít have any pictures or information on David beyond what is on Find a Grave.
|Lana Popejoy||RE: Abe Switzer|
Here is the information about Abe Switzer.
The community was shocked yesterday when it was announced that Abe Switzer had died at his home, three miles north of this city. He had been ill for several days, but his condition had not been considered alarming until a few hours before his death.
He was a quiet, honest and industrious citizen, and his taking away in the prime of life is mourned by a large circle of friends. He leaves a wife and two children to mourn his loss.
Funeral services were held this morning at 10:00 o'clock, conducted by Elder Geo. Lentz and the remains laid to rest in the Crescent Hill cemetery. -- The Adrian Journal, December 8, 1899, Page 8 column 2, Death
I found this on http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mobates/Newspaper/1899News.html
|Angie||RE: Patience Bartlett|
Yes. I would share if I know what interest you. I wouldn't want to repeat anything you might already have.
Added by Angie on Apr 10, 2014 7:28 PM
|Kendra H||RE: Manley Bartlett|
Yes, I noticed that after I went to the memorial to post the notice. Either they took the picture in another cemetery, or I walked right by it! I'll keep it on my list and look again the next time I am out at that cemetery.
Added by Kendra H on Apr 10, 2014 9:50 AM
|OPPSheryl||RE: August Cullen|
You are very welcome.
|NANCY W||RE: Matilda Bowers|
I was very behind in my emails and ran across the request. I'm always glad to get memorials to family members.
Added by NANCY W on Mar 31, 2014 3:26 PM
|Don Watkins||RE: Bartlett's in Forest Lawn|
I believe all the Bartlett's have photos except maybe Malinda Rebecca Bartlett (have to recheck her).
The following do not have markers or were cremated.
|Don Watkins||Cathryn Bartlett|
Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Omaha constructed a lilac "scattering garden" for cremated remains several years ago to provide families with a place to spread ashes and memorialize the deceased on a tablet.
Each year, about 10 people's remains are scattered in the one-acre garden, part of which is shown. Above-ground urn niches (first photo) and post with name tags (2) are used. No urn or name tags found for Cathryn Bartlett.
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