|Anne Scheible||amanda and thomas smith|
I am also a great granddaughter of Amanda and Thomas. Started doing some genealogy last year and just now found the info you posted on find a grave. Thank you. My goal at the moment is to get info on Thomas's parents. All I know (and not for sure) is his father was James, born about 1835 and died about 1925. His first wife and mother of Thomas was supposedly Native American. Six children with her and 3 more with a second wife (name maybe Margaret). Do you know anymore?
|Cemetery Scavenger :)||RE: Photo requests :)|
Just wanted you to know I fulfilled your photo request for Mary Heinmiller today. Her grave is part of a beautiful "Heinmiller" plot with two large trees right in the plot. I also uploaded a picture of the plot from further away. It shows an older "Heinmiller" couple with an old tall, skinny headstone. Mary's headstone is on the other side of the bushes/leaves behind the tall skinny headstone.
|Dennis Brandt||RE: Thomas Craig Miller I|
Looks fine with except for one spelling error, a very common one
"cavalry" = branch of the military
"Calvary" = where Christ was crucified
|Erica Swiger||RE: Amos and Anna Maginley|
No problem! Glad to help :)
I believe it says that he was 71 when he died.
|Cathy Miller Giddeon||RE: Henry Swink's Monument|
your very welcome, I am happy to help
|Gail W||RE: Marilyn Murphy Gittlin|
Added by Gail W on Dec 02, 2013 7:31 PM
|VDR||RE: Ray, Kathlyn and David Stanley|
Marjorie - I am sorry but I had a hard time with Marjorie. She does have a stone but due to the leaves i was not able to find her - she should be right off the road in the next block over from David.
I had my hip replaced last week and should not have even been out but I felt bad that no one else was claiming anything right now so I will try again when I can get around better.
The only Marjorie I did find was a Marjorie Furrow.
Need to run - I have a appointment with the surgeons nurse. Later Valerie
Added by VDR on Dec 02, 2013 1:14 PM
|Pat Kiser||Elijah Hull|
You are welcome. When I saw such an old stone I had to take a picture of it.
|Pam Roach||Agnes Robinson|
Thanks for the links:)
|Tom Anderson||RE: Dorothy M Miles Fender|
I no longer maintain this entry. However,the cemetery records I was given do show her as deceased. I guess no one had the headstone modified.
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