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|I spend a portion of every day researching my family. I have very deep roots in Greene Co., IN|
Would love to help out with photos for others but health doesn't permit at this time.Sorry.
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|Tom||RE: Spurgeon family|
Please contact me by my regular email and I can give you the name of a couple of people. I do repairing myself but I stick to the small monuments I can handle myself.
That one is going to take a small tripod hoist and two people to be safe.
Added by Tom on Mar 30, 2014 10:48 AM
|Kuebler Research||Graham photo requests|
I noticed that you have two photo requests for the Danville-Gregory Cemetery in Montgomery County, Missouri and I wanted to let you know that this cemetery is also listed on Find A Grave under the name Gregory Cemetery in Montgomery County Missouri. I just recently posted headstone photos for many of the people buried in the Gregory Cemetery, among them were Benjamin Graham memorial # 9104168 and Issabelle Graham memorial # 9104172. Fallen graver BEV made their memorials back in 2004 and entered them in the Gregory Cemetery then someone else made memorials for the Graham's in 2012 and put them in the Danville-Gregory Cemetery(which appears to have been created in 2012). There are many duplicate memorials there and Find A Grave will have to be notified so they can merge the two cemeteries.
|Chad Eugene Schneider||RE: John D. Berry|
hello Carolyn your're welcome and happy Friday. also if you can I add it a photo of john Caleb's wife Stella to her memorial
|M Jones/Knapp||RE: Joseph Jones|
Hi! Yes, I am over the holidays, too...but my say it delivered a nice geneology fix to me. I got some unexpected info regarding my fathers side.
The past week I have had come computer trouble. I think I finally got it worked out today. I need another day or two to get caught up on household business & some homework that is due Saturday, and then I'll get you that fix!
|Ruth Smith||RE: Mattie Lane|
You are welcome for the picture of Mattie - we finally got some good weather and I just had to get out and do something!!! Ruth
|M Jones/Knapp||RE: Joseph Jones|
yes, a pic of the Joseph Jones bn 1818, and a picture of his wife, Effie, too...I don't know if Bill Jones had the original, or my grandmother did (Bill was Joseph Huell Jones' son). Bill was my mother's cousin. I do not have the original photo of Joseph, but do have a good digital copy I can share (yes... after Christmas to-do is done). Haskell was also a rabid family researcher. It is to his efforts to collect & record our history that so much credit goes. I will definitely be back in touch after the Holidays. Merry, Merry!
|M Jones/Knapp||RE: Joseph Huell Jones|
Hi Carolyn - I sure will be in touch by e-mail soon. I have an interesting article about my grandpa, Haskell, that you might find interesting, and can add to his Ancestry data if you like. Yes, indeed, records for "Little Joe's" paternal line runs out pretty fast. We do have good data on his father, also a Joseph (born 1818 in Tenn, died June 18, 1884 in Grave Co.)...including a photo. My mother also recently found a record of Joseph Sr's mother, but we have nothing for his father. There is quite a lot of data for Little Joe's mother, however. Maybe you have already done some research on her line. She was a Galbreath.
I will send you an e-mail & we can chat some more. Happy Holidays!
|M Jones/Knapp||Joseph Huell Jones|
Hi, Carolyn- yes...I was very confused. Too many Joe Jones' in one note...lol! I thought you were asking about a pic for who would be my great-grandfather, Joseph Jones, buried in Grave Co KY. However, you were asking about the pics of my Great Uncle Joe. He was the brother of my maternal grandmother, Florence Grace Jones (Jones). Yes she was born a Jones and married a Jones...see why I so easily get them all confused?!
Yes you are welcome to use my photos of his headstone ancestry.com. I also have an account with an extensive amount of information, but prefer to keep it private...just avoid all people who copy and run, and don't ask permission. :)
I loved my Uncle Joe. I visited him on his farm east of Portland Tennessee many times. He lived there with his sister, Mary. He was very kind to us kids, and so generous! We were all devastated when he died. It was an untimely death. He was pulling a sassafras tree up by the roots (clearing some area of the farm)...trying to pull it up with a tractor. The chain he had it tied to broke, and whiplashed him across his back causing internal injuries.
I'll be back up there to check further ASAP. I found a stone right near David's that was similar in age & style, but didn't get a pic because I just couldn't see the name on it.
Added by Evy on Dec 08, 2013 9:47 PM
|Evy||RE: Samuel T Randolph|
Added by Evy on Dec 08, 2013 9:30 PM
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