|E L Hon (#47690972)|
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My 6th Great Grandparents, Joseph & Maria Hon, along with their 4 children, one of those being my 5th Great Grandfather, Joseph Hon Jr., were living in Ruddles Fort, Cynthiana, Kentucky in 1780 when it was surrounded & attacked by British soldiers & 700-800 Indians of different tribes. Joseph Sr was away from the fort during the time of the attack. Upon his return, he found his wife, 3 daughters, & his only son had been taken captive during this attack.|
If you're interested in reading the rest of this story just go to my website: www.forgetmenotgenealogy.com
NOTE: Feel free to use any photos that I have put on this website for your purposes. I would only ask that you credit me with the photos when you use them. I have added memorials on here for people that are not related to me. If any are your relatives and you would like to manage their memorial page just let me know. I have no problem with that at all.
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|Sandra Hicks Sites||RE: Elmer Patrick photo|
Not a problem, we were at the cemetery today anyway. I also deleted the photo from Frances' memorial.
|Karen Pickering||Robert Denney|
I looked for a marker for Robert Denney b. 1802 d.1882 at the Ridgley Community Cemetery in Missouri and could not find anything I do have a picture of a marker that is for the Denney children of FM and A. Denney. No date! There are many Denneys in this cemetery but no Robert. Didn't know if this helps at all. I live very close to this cemetery, so if you have others there that you want, let me know. I can send the pic of the "children of" marker if you want.
|Don Leuty||Cleve Foster|
Many thanks for photographing Clevie's marker
|John Paul Baremore||Thank You!|
Thank you so kindly for taking the time to photograph and post the stones out at Holt Cemetery in Maury County. If you got any wide shots of the site, please post to the cemetery page. I appreciate your hard work! - John Paul Baremore
|Pat Iverson||Death Date for Richard Morton (b. 1794)|
Hello Lynn ... Thanks for your recent email to me regarding the death date for Richard Morton (b. 1794). Even though the Hon Book states that he died in 1876, Lynn Morton in his "Morton Story" notes that the death date for Richard is in question and that some have him dying in 1876 while others state 1880, as I have listed on his memorial. Is there any way to check to make sure of the date of his death? I have down 1 March 1880. The page of the Morton Story that gives the discrepancy is on page 6 of that book. What should we do? Perhaps I can simply mention the varying death years in my bio for him? - Pat Iverson
|JP Rayder||RE: Franklin Cook|
I'm just happy to have helped JP
|Jennifer Houser Smith||Joseph Hon|
I have been reading your information on Joseph Hon via FindaGrave and on ancestry.com. I just wanted to make certain that I was correct in what you are saying. Any information pertaining to Joseph P. Hon is not correct for Joseph Hon, Sr. who married Mariah "Mary" Knodler and Joseph Hon was not involved in the military, specifically the Revolutionary war? Do you know if he was a German Baptist or Dunkard? I am married into the family who is related to Joseph Hon and there is so much information out there, that it's hard to know what is true and what isn't. Thanks for the information! Jennifer Smith
|Reva G. Bradford||Martha Frances Hickman Petty|
Thank you very much for the photo.
|Mother2Many||Maude Wilson Hickman Collier|
Thank you so much for taking the time to find and photograph Maude's tombstone. Not an easy task finding these older tombstones... Please know that your time spent helping me is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
|Fred Bradley||RE: Frank & Cora Patrick|
You're welcome and since I live across the road, There's not much spent on gas.
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