|Anna Jaech (#47861515)|
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I am hurrying there ... irrevocably ... through poisoned fields & fire & flood to what I long for.|
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|Bob Collins||RE: Rose E O Ross|
The photo from 1925 (I think closer to 1900) is indeed a photo of the Ross lot (3777) from across the neighboring Leland lot. I went out to the cemetery today and made a new photo from the same angle. I have made 2 annotated PDFs I'd like to send to you. Email?
|Cynthia Claytonroberts||RE: Lucy Clayton Jones|
You just need to skip down a line, Anna. Lucy Clayton who married Wm.Williams was the daughter of Philip & Ann (Coleman ) Clayton. She was the grand-daughter of Samuel & Elizabeth (Pendleton) Clayton. I believe it was her only marriage. She and Wm. are mentioned in her father Philip Clayton's Will which I copied in full onto his memorial ( # 11549714).
I have very little on Lucy (Clayton) Jones, but she is mentioned in her father Sam's Will which I copied in full to his memorial (# 96604483). She married shortly after he died in 1735 so in the will she is just "Lucy Clayton". In her brother Philip's accounting of the distribution of the estate after their mother died in 1761, she is represented as "Lucy Clayton Jones". You can find the record of that on Elizabeth (Pendleton) Clayton's memorial (# 96603375).
Oh and Wm Williams the emigrant, was the 1st husband of Jael Harrison. After he died in 1712, she married Richard Johnson. They had a daughter Elizabeth Johnson b. abt 1713, while James Wms, Wm Wms father, must have been born abt 1703 in Essex Co. Va. (Something like that ....it's been a long day...) better to have your calculator handy and click on the memorials to use the actual transcriptions.
I appreciate you taking the time to send me his burial history. I've added it, giving you credit..
|Susan Aduddell||RE: Osborn update|
Thanks for adding her information. She is my gggg gm.
|Karl Hamlin||RE: Eusebus Hubbard|
Done, as requested.
Please let me know if you ever find out who his mother was.
|Caryn Hood||RE: Susan Hubbard|
Yes, there are cattle here today, and there were cattle farms 100 years ago.
|Ron Craig||Samuel Dyer|
Good news/ bad news on Samuel Dyer's gravestone. Elizabeth's grave is not there. However the gravestone for three of their children is! And it reads: Children of S.R. and E.B. Dyer. I've made a memorial for each. I've also taken better photos of Samuel's gravestone. See what you think.
Thank you, I do spend a lot of time at Bellefontaine Cemetery and I should have photo's of this plot. I have many I am still working on but I will try to remember next visit and take another. If there is anything else in the area that you need help with please feel free as this is my exercise and enjoyment. Would you happen to know anything on Beatrice Deems Dann as her husband was very famous and I have nothing on her.
Have a great summer
Hi Anna - I was in the Edgar Co. Cemetery on a Cemetery Crawl yesterday. Saw a deer in this cemetery. Anyway we had time to just photograph. We parked near the Levings and I thought Fredericks was unusual so I shot a picture of it. Next to it was Calvin and Esther. Frederick listed wife and her maiden name. You are a lucky lady. I only took about a dozen pictures there and it is a huge place. If you want the Find A Grave entry transferred to you let me know as the family is not mine. I did accept the edits.
Added by LSB on Jun 08, 2014 2:10 PM
|Nancy Meadows||Sue Newton Halliburton|
Appreciate your help! One thing wrong was that I had Sue's birthdate incorrect. According to her stone, she was born in 1840 instead of 1833. She and an older brother, William L Newton, were children of James A Newton and his first wife, Mary "Polly" Maggard. I have unlinked Sue from Emily.
Sorry for all the confusion!
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