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Diane Deeney (#47809869)
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Bio Photo I have been working on my Ancestry for over 5 yrs. as well as my husbands. I have taken many pictures of tome stones in the Cecil Co. Maryland area and plan on adding them when I have time.

I live in Milford,DE Kent Co. and would be glad to take a pic for you in this area if I'm available.
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SusanG
Re: Sadie E. Robbins Gallaher Millman
Hi Diane-

I just wrote Gennie about Sadie E. Robbins Galleher Millman and I wanted to get your thoughts as well. I think her maiden name was Vaughan and she was married three times. I wanted to see what you both thought. I have found marriage records for two of the three marriages and Sadie and Joseph are husband and wife in the 1940 census.

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. I was completely surprised that my ancestor James Henry had married a second time (see below what I just sent to gennie)

Hi Gennie-

I have an obituary for James Henry Galleher (he was the father-in-law of my great uncle, which is why I'm interested) that says James married Sade E. Gallaher. I know the obit is correct because all of James' children are listed in it (his first wife was Emma Elizabeth Dalton). Then I located a marriage license for James H, Galleher and Sadie E. Robbins on April 1, 1920 in Washington, DC. Is this 'your' Sadie E. Robbins who was married to Willard S. Robbins?

Any help that you might have would be greatly appreciated.

Best regards-

Susan
Added by SusanG on Jan 27, 2014

Thanks for reading this Diane. I'd appreciate any input that you might have.

Susan
Added by SusanG on Jan 27, 2014 5:52 PM
Sandymento
RE: Caroline H. Alexander
Marvelous...that adds more info to her page. Is there other genealogy info you'd like me to add? I can link her to her parents...or children? Or perhaps you have a couple snippets of details to put there?

Also, I didn't know or have her middle initial so that another bonus! Do you know what it stands for?

~Sandy
Added by Sandymento on Nov 19, 2013 2:09 PM
Sandymento
RE: Caroline H. Alexander
Hello...I'd be happy to help if I can....which cemetery is she at? ~Sandy
Added by Sandymento on Nov 19, 2013 8:42 AM
James Ethridge
Bethyl Cemetery is a toough one!
I have been in contact with the new care taker of the cemetery. He has accepted 15-20 names of people we are attempting to locate. Perhaps within 7 days I will have an answer as to the location and perhaps a picture of a grave stone you have requested, Only 1 more week!


Jim
Added by James Ethridge on Oct 09, 2013 3:11 PM
James Ethridge
Caroline M Fulton
Caroline is the only Fulton listed in the registry. I might have time to check on Friday night. This cemetery had about 1,000 graves moved in a hurry in the 1960's. Most of the grave stones did not survive the move and no record was kept of the move as 100,s are marked unknown
Added by James Ethridge on Aug 14, 2013 1:42 PM
Colleen K.
RE: Emma Gaul Osterheldt's
Hello. I posted her death certificate on her memorial page. It stated she was born in Philadelphia.

The 1850,1860 and 1870 census, she was listed as born in Pennsylvania.

The 1850 census shows John and wife Jane in Philadelphia being born in Pennsylvania

That is all I know right now.

Sincerely,
Dottie (Colleen K.)

You can see my database at rootsweb.com
type in dckahhan where you see "specific database" search
Added by Colleen K. on Dec 30, 2012 5:57 PM
D L Melville
Photo Request
thanks for fulfilling the photo request in connection with the Rosanders.
much appreciated
DL Melville
Added by D L Melville on Nov 06, 2012 1:50 PM
Ardie
coates, effie & clifton
Thank you for the photo of the Coates stone. What is the inscription barely visible on the side of their stone and are there other inscriptions on the other two sides of the stone? Thanks, Ardie
Added by Ardie on Nov 04, 2012 6:11 PM
Ardie
thank you
Thank you for the Coverdale photos.
Added by Ardie on Oct 23, 2012 11:00 AM
gennie
Robbins
Hi Diane, GREAT JOB!! I had looked for those 3 stones, so much I think I went crosseyed!! I am so glad you found them,and they look great!
BTW could you please post the pic for Sadie to her memorial? In hunting for Willard,*I had done the pics for all of his family in Barratts* I was digging in records, and found out that Sadie aka Sarah was the widow of Willard, and remarried Joseph Millman in 1920? give or take l yr, memory is failing me these days, lol,
I have asked Russ to add the info that she was his widow.Btw what are the other names on the back?
Gennie
Added by gennie on Oct 22, 2012 7:20 PM
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