|Jan Bellard (#47390146)|
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I live quite a distance from where my ancestors lived, so I am grateful for the assistance of folks on this website for information that I can't get to! |
My Boughter, Kreider and Landis families lived in the Lebanon, Pennsylvania area. The Bellards were from Trumbull and Mahoning counties in Ohio. The Moyers and Mooks lived in the Sandusky/Bellevue area in Ohio.
On my mother's side, the Meils came to the Cleveland area from Westray, Orkney Islands. The Thorntons and Abels go back to revolutionary war times in New Hampshire and Connecticut respectively and came west to Painesville, Ohio. The Rickett family was from Allen County, Indiana.
I currently live in Rockingham county, North Carolina. I am happy to go into the woods to find "lost" cemeteries here.
Some of the marker photos I took with my old camera are not as clear as they could be. If you would like me to retake any with my new improved camera, let me know.
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|Pixturmn||RE: McLarens in High Kirk Churchyard|
Your welcome, I entered all the burials and stones for low and high churchyards in Kilmarnock so people would be able to trace their ancestors .
Added by Pixturmn on Jan 23, 2017 3:10 PM
|John Cahill ||RE: William Bootwright|
there were two Williams here and I accidently did yours first and had to delete.
sorry for the confusion....you may need to resubmit a request for the right photo
|Kenneth Fawcett||James McCollum|
The photo you took of James McCollum's (Memorial # 70362146)is proof that the McCollum cemetery exists THANKS. His parents were David McCollum and Massie Lanier David owned more than 1000 acres of land, from the Dan River, Jacobs Creek to a point near Giffing and Smothers Mill. David is buried on this property in another McCollum Family Grave yard not far from the cemetery you photographed.
Any chance you can find it? If you are to busy I understand. One set of directions places it on the south end of New Bethel Church Road (#2361) near the Thomas McCollum House. David's son "Robin" P McCollum is the only son son to remain on the farm, and he is buried there with his wife Nancy Williams, she is daughter of William Wheelwright Williams. David's son Thomas who was born in 1792 and died young and single is also buried in this cemtery next to his mother and there is a field stone with Thomas carved in it for him. David is my 4th Great Grandfather. A local historian I met when I was in Wentworth several yaers ago said that the property is still owned by a McCollum but that he is getting quite old and I fear that he may have passed by now. Hope this will give you enough information to find the cemetery.
Jan, I don't mind transferring at all. I am just sick and tired of these people who request transfers when they refuse to transfer unless it is within Find A Grave guidelines. I transfer if all they are were friends. Barb
|Ghostdigger2||Joseph & Viola|
Jan, I offered to quickly. I should have ask if you transfer freely as well, since that is what I do. I see nothing in your bio to indicate what your choices are. Please let me know. Barb
I have corrected everything I think - I transfer freely if you would like to have this memorial. Barb
|HMartin||RE: Tod Lewis|
Sorry about the error. The date of 10 Dec 1929 is the date of burial according to cemetery records.
Added by HMartin on Dec 22, 2015 12:14 PM
|Katherine Boaz||RE: Sallie Bateman Compton|
I think he "ran off". I see someone with a whole new life with the name Andrew Jackson Bateman in Mississippi!
Sallie's maiden name is Minter and her father is Silas Minter, mother Letitia Eggleston, if you want to look for a link.
|Suzannah McCuen||Madison Colored cemetery|
Would you please see if you can locate what is referred to in some death certificates as the Colored Cemetery in Madison, Rockingham county? There are Scales, Galloways and, I assume, other African Americans buried there. Thanks for any assistance you can offer.
|Imhoff||RE: Hattie E. Dixon|
The next time I make it up that way I would be more than happy to re photograph. If you would like to do a request and if someone else makes it there sooner and can fulfill it. Oak not sure when I will be up that way again
Added by Imhoff on Jul 16, 2015 3:12 PM
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