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With the assistance of family, I'm walking along the genealogy path. Sometimes, it's a rough road, sifting through thousands of files looking for information on an ancestor, and sometimes the path seems to disappear when I can't find any information, but I keep walking. Thank you to FindAGrave -- you provide an excellent service and I'm so pleased that Ancestry.com links to you. Thank you to all the volunteers who photograph graves -- your help is invaluable in creating fitting memorials to our loved ones.|
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|JD||William T Cummins|
You have a brief note on the entry for William T Cummins 1802-1853, in the Pisgah Cemetery, Vermillion IN.
William is my 3G grandfather, and I've been stumped at tracing his ancestry. Would you have anything on his parents or his origins?
Added by JD on Aug 22, 2016 3:51 PM
|Grace Petron||geneva bollweg|
Your entry is a duplicate for this person. Thanks, Grace
|PeoriaBoy||Lydia Moss Bradley|
Where did you find the photo of Lydia Moss Bradley dated 1870. I'd like to get a high resolution copy.
|Lyndel Moe||Jennet "Jenny" Glascock Moss|
I noticed you posted two pictures of Jennet. I'm related and wondered if you had additional information on her, her husband (Capt Zeally Moss) and their daughter (Nancy Jeanette Moss Chambers). I appreciate any information. Lyndel Moe
|hillstew||Anna and Elizabeth Hurley|
My mom and I just walked the entire Oakville Cemetery. There is a large Hurley section, but there was no headstone for neither Anna nor Elizabeth. There is a large section in the Hurley area that is unmarked. You could probably find out where they are located within the cemetery as their graves are unmarked.
I will includes the names of the Hurleys that did have marked graves:
Nora Hurley, daughter of David and Helen, d: 16 Oct 1865 Jerome Hurley d:1935
Daniel J. Hurley 1861-1949,Louise J. Hurley 1874-1957,Mildred Hurley 1901-1962, and Anita H. Richards 1910-1969.
Added by hillstew on Sep 04, 2015 10:33 AM
|sally todd||Betty Jo Streff Reed.|
Betty Jo Streff Reed.
was creamated her family got her ashes
i called the funeral home she was ceamated
thought you would like to know
|Greg Furniss||Gardner T. Barker|
Ooops- sorry - this Gardner T. is the BROTHER of Betsey.
|Greg Furniss||Gardner T. Barker Memoria l# 98042494|
See Find A Grave Memorial# 101089878. Mr Barker was apparently married twice & had a daughter Betsey.
|Janice Williams Langley||Willis Williams|
Noticed you sent a correction for Willis Williams. He is my gg grandfather. Are you any relation?
|Caroline Mohr||RE: Nancy Adair McKelvey|
"Consort of" means that the husband is still alive. If you see one that says "Relict of", that means the husband has already died. One of the few VERY VALUABLE things I've learned at National Genealogical Society meetings! But that also presumes that the person ordering the grave marker knows the terms as well. I'm just so sorry I didn't have the materials with me to clean that stone. I was in Alex City/Goodwater for a funeral and always go "cemetery looking". My mother was an Adair. Where do you fit in the tree???
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