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Consort and relic refer to a spouse, usually to women. A consort is a husband or wife of a living spouse. A relic is a widow.
Latin abbreviation: H.S.E.
hic situs est (here lies)
Latin abbreviation: H R
Hic Requiescit (here rests)
Latin abbreviation: AEC
Anno Emmanuelis Christi (In Christ Emmanuel)
Latin abbreviation: IHS"
Iesus Hominum Salvator (Jesus, Saviour of men)
"INRI" is an abbreviation for the Latin "Iesus Nazarenus, Rex Iudaeorum" ("Jesus the Nazarene, King of the Jews")
I typically do not put in calculated birth dates from the Aged information on a gravestone. Those dates tend to be incorrect.
I need help with St. Michaels's cemetery, East Elmhurst, Queens county, New York.
Monroe County, Indiana Resources
Order Monroe County Obituaries
Monroe County Library: http://www.monroe.lib.in.us/pathfinder/Genealogy
Look for the Monroe County Obituary Index.
Smithville Newspaper It contains news for Harrodsburg and the surrounding area. http://mcpl.info/indiana/smithville-news
Roots Web Obits: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/search?path=INMONROE
Monroe County Historical Society: http://www.monroehistory.org/
Clover Hill cemetery, Harrodsburg, Indiana
Wonderful Harrodsburg history books, "Years of Glory" and "Remember When" by Ruth Seeley Heath and "Counties of Morgan, Monroe & Brown, Indiana", Charles Blanchard, Editor
The Monroe County Historical Society has some of these books for sale.
Lawrence County, Indiana, Resources
Current Lawrence County Obituaries
http://www.bedfordonline.com/ click on Around Bedford
Roots Web Obits:
latitude and longitude
To add latitude and longitude for a FindAGrave memorial, click on Edit Plot.
If you place the latitude and longitude in the URL of a browser, the browser will take you to that location. For example, copy and paste the following into the URL of a browser (include the comma and the space: 38.7338, -86.48588
If you download Google Earth (it is free software) and put in the search box the latitude and longitude (for example 38.7338, -86.48588), it will take you to the grave area.
I use Google Earth to find the latitude and longitude. I type in the latitude and longitude for the graveyard and then adjust the numbers until the pointer is on the gravestone.
Under Tools, Options, 3D View
- Decimal Degrees
Under Tools, Options, Navigation
- Do not automatically tilt while zooming
If you leave a space before the values, an error message, "values are not the correct format", will be returned.
Be sure to include the dash "-" for the longitude, otherwise the person will be buried in China.
Missouri Death Certificates
http://ddss.nu - Vital record database for Southern Sweden
http://gravar.se/ - Swedish grave database
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|Mary Achterhof||Find A Grave Memorial# 112998198|
You may post this article on the memorial I found when researching in the newspaper. This is not my family I was just researching my lines.
Thank you - hope this helps others. Mary
Article from the Abilene Daily Reflector, Abilene, Kansas, 11 June 1888 reads...
Atchison, Kansas, June 11 - T. A. Dayson, a Central Branch freight conductor, living at Greenleaf, was run over and killed at Concordia yesterday. He was acting in the capacity of brakeman and was in the act of stepping on the brake beam of the tender of the engine when his foot slipped. The wheels of the engine passed over him and his head was severed from his body.
|Mark Speer||Rena/Irene Blackwell and Blanche Carleton|
Thank you for posting correcting and additional information about these two people in Green Hill. I have added the obituaries that you e-mailed. One question; what information or source convinced you that Blanche's mother's name was Irene instead of Rena? I have seen sources that list both of those names.
|Linda & Travis Hollingshead||Ella Kessel|
Thank you so very much for adding the information I sent you. I truly appreciate it.
|Lily Virdell||a little more info|
Dear RabbitTrack, I don't know why I can't leave this mystery but it drives me bananas when people don't do adequate research.
The two Dennis children are Walter (b.1866) and Elizabeth (b.1868) Found their death certificates.
Father: Archibald Dennis, Mother: Mary Williams on both certificates. Elizabeth married Thomas Jefferson Alexander. No need to publish this info. I will send edits. Thanks, Lily
|Lily Virdell||more info more questions|
I took a better look at the marriage license of Mary Dennis and the "M" looks like a "W" for Williams. It still bothers me that I am looking at a Mary M. and a Mary E.
I must really leave this. Let me know if you have further info. Lily
|Lily Virdell||was Mary his wife?|
Yes! second marriage for both. Mary M. Williams married Archibald Dennis Jan.9,1865 and he died April 1,1870. In the 1880 census Mary is wife of John Henry Cremer (sic) occupation: Cooper and two Dennis children are listed as well as Amanda (most likely "Minnie") etc. 1880 census location is Orleans township, Orange County, Indiana.
John Henry Creamer had married Mary M. Dennis
Thanks for the obit info for Eleanor Adams and Robt. Pulliam. I added it. I had seen it on Ancestry. I don't have a subscription to Ancestry but use it at my local library.
Well, of course I couldn't find John Henry as you just added him yesterday.
I really must now get out of this rabbit hole and return to Daviess County. Thanks again. Lily
|Lily Virdell||James R. Creamer and wife|
Dear RabbitTrack, I have sent some edits for
James R. Creamer memorial#74771744 and
Margaret B. Creamer memorial#74771746
James married Margaret B. Gilbert on Oct.16,1894 in Lawrence Co., Indiana. My best research shows her to be Margaret B. Pulliam, daughter of William Pulliam and Elinor (Johnson) Pulliam, later Robinson, later Adams. I tried to link her to her mother but the system wouldn't let me. I did send an edit to link him to his mother; Elizabeth "Lizzie" (Lawyer) Creamer. His father was John Henry Creamer but I can't find him. His grandmother was Elizabeth Lawyer born about 1790 in New Jersey. Don't know if you know anyone who wants to know. Thanks a lot for your attention to the edits I sent. Lily
|Dan G.||Nora Daggy|
Oops. To quick on the trigger.
The gravestone, zoomed in looks like BORN 1846. I do intend on getting out there when it snows and taking another look with a snow rub.
Thank you again as always. D.
Added by Dan G. on Oct 22, 2016 4:38 PM
|Dan G.||Nora Daggy|Added by Dan G. on Oct 22, 2016 4:36 PM
|Dan G.||Nora Daggy|
Got it and Done!
Thank you as always, Dan
Added by Dan G. on Oct 21, 2016 2:57 PM
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