: John N Rackham Brenda, I guess we are related then. Back in the lat 90's I traveled around to cousin Rackham's that I didn't know and got to hear stories and collect pictures of distant relatives. I saw a cupboard that was passed down from John N.. It was owned by the wife of my dad John's deceased brother. It was a cherished object from the 1800's Rackham family. Did you hear the story of how when John N. emigrated from Loestoff, England and first arrived in Utah, he had to send his son John all the way back to England to get genealogical records so they could baptize the dead relatives? Also I recorded the train route they took across the country,(It ended short of Utah), so they walked in the rest of the way. I also learned other stories about the family and how the valuable property was conned away. John Richard Rackham
Thank you Brenda, Thank you for adding the photos of my Great Great Grandfather John Rackham. It was interesting to see my Great Great Grandmother listed as one of his two wives. You have given us Rackham's great joy to see they have such a beautiful grave site and wonderful headstone. Rick Rackham
Nancy Ann Wagoner# 67380298 Thank you for creating this memorial. Nancy Ann Wagoner is my husband's ancestor. We have this same picture but it was identified as another person, Agnes Hunter. I have no knowledge of the source of information. Are you confident about your source? If so I will change my information. Thank you~ Susan Stott
Mildred Johnson Hi Brenda; I looked for Mildred Johnson and found Phillip Johnson, and no Mildred with the name? I looked at the plot map for the cemetery and Mildred was not on the map? I'm not sure if she is buried with Phillip or in another grave? I need more information if you can help me with it. Please let me know if you have more information?