|Robert Taylor (#47630224)|
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I started my family tree in Ancestry.Com in 2010 when my father passed away at age 83. The documents and pictures we found in my grandmother's trunk started my quest to "find out more about our family history". When I take pictures of grave sites for other Find A Grave members you may use those pictures as you wish. These pictures belong to the families of the deceased. If I am not related to the person in a memorial I originated and you are related and want to manage the memorial send me a message. It is not my intention to accumulate memorials, they belong to the families of the deceased also. If it turns out we are distantly related that's great also. |
My own genealogical searches are:
On my wifes side:
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|D. L. Lee||RE: Catherine Oliver|
You are very welcome. Just let me know if you would like the photo posted on your great-grandfather's memorial also posted to his wife's memorial once you verify that Cordelia and Catherine are one in the same. D. L.
Thank you for the updates to the Barry memorials. if they are relatives, I'd be happy to transfer, just let me know.
|nancy (dice) heck||RE: Borton Family|
I have a copy of Edith M. Borton's obit. It states:
Edith Marie (Myer) Borton,83, Morristown, died at 3:45 a.m. today at the Heritage House Convalescent Center. She had been ill for five months.
Born on Aug. 29,1901, she was the daughter of Levi and Leatha (VanScyoc) Myer. A lifelong Shelby County resident, Mrs. Borton was a housewife and a member of the Church of the Nazarene in Morristown.
On Sept.1, 1934 , she married Carl D. Borton, who died on May 4, 1984. A son, six brothers, and a sister also preceded her in death.
Survivors include a son, Paul Borton, Morristown: a daughter, Ethel Gahimer,R.R. 6 ,Shelbyville: and a brother, John Myer ,Shelbyville.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Carmony Funeral Home, with the Revs., Terrie Hay and Obra Perry officiating. Burial will be in Hanover Cemetery.
Friends may call from 4-9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. This obit from Shelbyville News dated 18 Feb. 1985.
Her son Paul was married (1 Nov. 1947) to Betty Lou Heck who was born 23 May, 1927. They Had sons--Craig Borton b- 29 Jan., 1952 and Todd Alan Borton b- 15 Aug., 1954 D- 1 May 2000. Todd had a son-Joshua Borton b-6 Aug. 1975 and d- 13 July 1977 in Train accident.
I hope this might help.
|RabbitTrack||RE: Marcus L Johnson|
How wonderful! You just made my day!
|Geoff Hickok||RE: Hickok Family|
Uriah Hickok was the brother of my 5th Great Grandfather, Captain Ezra Hickok, Jr. His Father was Lt. Ezra Hickok, Sr., son of Deacon Benjamin Hickok, son of Sgt. Samuel Hickok, son of William Hickocks the progenator of the Hickok Family. Jemima would of been my 1st cousin, 6 times removed.
|Holly||RE: Robert Reinert|
Thank you. I always try to get a location if I can to make it easier.
Added by Holly on Oct 27, 2014 4:30 PM
I am so very sorry that you had a rough time locating their graves. I defiantly have been challenged before with some that I looked for. I am so very grateful that you were able to locate the graves. I am bit sure if I would of ever made it to Elgin to look for them myself. Thank you :) Holly
Added by Holly on Oct 27, 2014 4:25 PM
|Holly||Reinert at Mount Hope Cemetery|
Thank you very much for taking the time to locate and photograph my family members graves. It is greatly appreciated. Holly
Added by Holly on Oct 27, 2014 2:10 PM
|Michael Kearney||RE: Ceceilia Hayes Bulger|
Thank you very much again for your effort. Her husband, James Bulger, served in the 26th Iowa Infantry at the siege of Vicksburg. One interesting thing that happened one night when he had picket duty. It started to rain and he did not want the barrel of his gun to rust so he cupped his hand over the muzzle. Of course the gun went off and he shot himself through the hand. He was lucky that they did not have a field hospital available. Normally they would have cut off his arm. Instead, his hand and arm shriveled up and he lived until 1912.
|Michael Kearney||Cecelia Hayes Bulger|
Thank you very much for photographing Cecelia's grave. She was the second wife of James Bulger. The first wife of James was my great grandfather's sister, Margaret Lynch.
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