|Ann Trevarton (#47392156)|
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I am a "Hoosier" by birth now live out west. Joined FAG to get as many of my family and extended family included as possible. |
Researching surnames McCammon/Campbell/Babcock/Trevarton/Williams/Johns/Hughes
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|amys||Mary Babcock headstone|
Hi Ann - I fulfilled a photo request you made for Mary (50001798) a while ago. At that time, Mary's headstone was missing. I try to keep an eye on the ones that have the temporary marker, in hopes of the stones being replaced or repaired at some time. I am happy to report that Mary's new grave marker was set yesterday. It's pretty nice, I've uploaded a photo. Just thought you might like to know. Take care, Amy
Added by amys on Mar 22, 2014 10:34 AM
|Carolyn Murray Greer||RE: Karen Pirtle|
She is a sister-in-law of my cousin, Sheila McCammon.
|Carolyn Murray Greer||Karen Pirtle|
Ann, delete yours and I will transfer mine to you.
|Steve Patterson||RE: Niwot Cemetery|
trouble seeing photos is usually a problem with the computer software you are using to view the photos. [something with your computer needs updating]
Thanks Ann, would love to see any old photos you might be able to find. Old photos are liking hitting the jackpot!!
Have a great holiday season!
Added by Lauri Z on Dec 17, 2013 2:50 PM
|Lauri Z||Anna Harris Philebaum|
Thanks Ann for letting me add some family info to Anna's page! So was one of her children, Glen or Florence, one of your grandparents?
Just curious, always trying to put these family puzzles together. Thanks again!
Added by Lauri Z on Dec 16, 2013 4:50 PM
|David Kennedy||Frint family|
I Believe there was a cemetery reading done at one time but I do know of any records for the cemetery. I take pictures and list that way so a lot of times I find markers that was never recorded in a cemetery reading.
I did check though and I do believe this is who you are looking for as all of the Frint Family is buried in Elizabethtown cemetery.
You were right about the death year - it is 1883. If you would like his and his wife's Find A Grave memorials transferred to you - let me know. I am not related to them.
Added by Bonita on Aug 06, 2013 7:13 AM
|rhondajo||RE: John Baker|
Or he was a little bit hump-backed?
The sign on the top of the memorial is a Southern Cross of Honor, which, after 1898 was put on all new Confederate stones as directed by the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
Added by rhondajo on Jun 03, 2013 9:51 PM
No have no ideas.... LOL :)
Added by rhondajo on Jun 02, 2013 11:25 PM
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