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Juliaom (#46905166)
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Bio Photo If you need a transfer please use the Edit button, happy to transfer anyone not our Family.

Permission Granted to save for your PERSONAL use any photos taken to fulfill F.A.G. Requests, or any photo of my direct family I have posted
Please attribute me as owner of the photos.
If you need them please be kind enough to ask.

PERSONAL USE does not mean slapping them on your unsourced Internet "Trees" as your 8th times great-grand uncle 13 times removed.

Ancestry OWNS/has purchased Find a Grave, and Fold 3 so our Photos are now THEIR photos, as well as all the genealogical data we have all posted on here. We work for them!

Photos of the World War II crewmen were given by their family members and they shared them for the Memorials. *Please do not take them unless you are a family member!

Genealogist, 30 plus years, DAR, Colonial Dames XVIIC, Mayflower. Will do digital pics of Fayette, Scott,and Bourbon cos only. As volunteers for F A G, my partner Clinton Slayton and I often image all in the cemetery. We are be happy to transfer anyone of your family to you if they are not part of our lines.

We also have a private research project called the "Sharon Belle B-17 Memorial Association",to identify the American crewmen of the B-17's flown from England during World War II, "The Sharon Belle". She crashed on 30 Nov 1943 near Helmdon, England, early morning at 0819 hours, on a mission to Germany. The mission was scrubbed due to bad weather, the craft exploded in mid-air during return to the field.

The ten brave men our Country lost were:
Lt. William Murray Holland
Capt. Richard W. Pugh, Commanding Officer.
1st Officer, Leighton D. Patterson
2nd Lt. William S. Munro
T/Sgt Thomas D. Glaspell
T/Sgt Billy Freeman
S/Sgt Dean Landfear
S/Sgt Charles E. Slayton (uncle of Clinton's)
S/Sgt Harry A. Scott
S/Sgt Henry P. Brannan

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M. Moore
RE: Rhosanna Crawford Moor
Thank you, Juliaom, for your message re. Rhosanna Crawford Moor. I agree with you that Aaron Crawford and Agnes Wilson were not the parents of Rhosanna. While in Rutland some years ago I copied some pages from a history of Oakham, formerly West Wing, MA related to "The Crawford Line." In that article it indicates Aaron Crawford was b. in county Tyrone in 1677. He came to New England with his family in 1713, some five years before the extensive emigration of the Scotch-Irish began. He arrived in Boston in the spring or summer of 1713, and lived there probably until he settled in Rutland, Massachusetts, soon afterward. It is believed Aaron was one of the first settlers of the town. He married Agnes Wilson in the parish of Caly, County Tyrone, Ireland. She was born 1678. They had three sons, Samuel, John and Alexander, all b. in the parish of Caly, Ireland and a daughter, Martha. They came over to NE with their parents. Aaron and Agnes both died at Rutland and are buried in the graveyard in the center of town. He d. August 6, 1754; she died December 10, 1760. Of the children: Samuel, b. 1705, d. October 17, 1760. He married Margaret Montgomery and had no children. Martha, b. 1706, died September 20, 1795, in Rutland. She married James Bell on May 24, 1733. John, b. in Ireland and settled in Palmer, died unmarried. Alexander, b. 1713 in Ireland, married Elizabeth Crawford February 5, 1735-36. A daughter, Isabella, died young. A daughter, Mary, b. April 15, 1721 in Rutland, married William McCobb, April 15, 1745. A son, Moses, died unmarried in Rutland.
Added by M. Moore on Feb 08, 2017 4:48 PM
Perry Trost
Bedford Clay Family Cemetery
Hi Julia! Yes! I did get the whole chapter on the Clay Family Cemetery! Very good info! Unfortunately I got very sick just after it arrived and then had to take on extra hours at work (while sick) due to other employees taking sick time and holidays! Been trying to catch up ever since! But thank you! It arrived in great condition and was very helpful!
Added by Perry Trost on Dec 29, 2016 12:53 AM
RE: Charles J. Manley
Thanks for the info!!! I think I have them mostly figured out. My husband is a Kesler/Martin desc. & they are all in the same tree.
Added by EWW on Nov 16, 2016 3:22 PM
Helen McCarty
RE: Lynn Boyd Rucker
No we went op Princeton a couple times before we moved back here. never could find the graves. we went to a business that sold markers he said we should let the dead rest. I asked a school teacher, with our last name, as most teacher remark you just have to search, There is lot on Rucker but the McCarty only got to 1910 others have connected but the time does not husband was not raised by his own father so missed out on the Ruckers.My son started this search in Jr High Didn't Salina come from near Trigg Co. Good Luck.
Added by Helen McCarty on Oct 30, 2016 1:48 PM
RE: Theophilus Gamble Fite
I am not related.
Added by jeanpiclewis on Oct 01, 2016 8:01 PM
Perry Trost
RE: Clay Bedford Family Cemetery
Hi Julia. I found an online version of "The Clay Family" here: containing the full text from "The Genealogy of the Clays" by Mary Rogers Clay starting here: It contains a detailed history of the Clay family up to the late 1800s, but does NOT address the question of where Archibald and Letty Clay Bedford were buried. Good resource for tracing Clay family ancestors, though!
Added by Perry Trost on Sep 24, 2016 7:05 PM
Perry Trost
RE: Clay Family Cemetery
Thanks for the reply. I'm pretty sure those are different people that simply have similar names. The Archibald Bedford I'm looking for was born 7 Nov 1769 and died 1 Jan 1827. The Letitia Clay I'm looking for was born 5 Oct 1782 and also died 1827. There are brothers and sisters of Letitia (John, Samuel, Mary, and Littleberry Bedford) in this cemetery. It is also the only cemetery in Bourbon County in which any are found. That is why I hoped Archibald and Letitica would be there.
Added by Perry Trost on Sep 23, 2016 9:09 PM
Perry Trost
RE: Clay Family Cemetery
Thank you very much for your reply. Yes, I would like very much to see the list of names interred at the Clay Family or Bedford-Clay Cemetery as you called it. As stated, I am particularly interested in the burial location of Archibald Bedford and his wife Letitia Clay, who was a daughter of Dr. Henry Clay and Rachel Povall who lived near this cemetery. Without their burial location, I am unable to get all their children linked to their Find a Grave memorials. Thank you so much!
Added by Perry Trost on Sep 23, 2016 8:22 PM
Perry Trost
Clay Family Cemetery
Hi Julia. How far are you from this Bourbon County Cemetery? I am trying to locate the burial places for all of Dr. Henry Clay and Rachel Povall's children. Many are buried in this private family cemetery. Other siblings that lived and died in Bourbon County KY are listed on Find a Grave as "Burial Unknowns." Do you have any contact info for this cemetery, or a complete list of persons buried there? I specifically need burial info for Archibald Bedford and Letitia Clay Bedford. But Letitia's sisters Rebekah Clay Finch and Tabitha Clay Bedford (and their spouses) are currently "Burial Unknowns" as well. My hope is that all of these "missing burials" are in the same cemetery. You appear to have done many photos there. Can you help in any way? Thanks!
Added by Perry Trost on Sep 23, 2016 12:31 AM
Lisa Engle Herdahl
RE: Duvalls of Massac IL
I found the email do not know how I missed it!!! Off to read it!!!!!
Added by Lisa Engle Herdahl on Jun 26, 2016 7:04 PM
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