|Dirt Hero Paula (#46917490)|
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|NOTICE public name change. As I am working on more than a few cemeteries I felt the old name no longer fit.|
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|Carolyn Rogers Thaxton||RE: John Abraham Lutz Memorial Page|
Thank you for all of the information about Mudbrook Cemetery. All of the graves that you mentioned are in the same family and extended family. I was also unsuccessful in finding an obituary or death notice for Elizabeth Arnold Lutz. Her husband, Samuel, died 26 years before she did, so I am not sure where she is buried. You are most likely correct that she is buried in Mudbrook, especially since she never remarried after Samuel's death. I found a newspaper article on Ancestry.com which covered a Lutz family reunion in 1885. Elizabeth was still alive, in her 91st year. All of the children included in this article are correct, and Samuel is included as her husband. You are correct, I am not from Stark County, although I have been there numerous times visiting family. I really appreciate your time and effort on my behalf. I am researching this family for a close friend. Thank you again!
|ravenslevy||RE: Emma Smith Jackson and husband|
if i should happen to run across them while im at valley st ill let you know.but i think plaines would have made more sense as it was across the street.but they couldve also bought plots in valley before taking over the farm as well.unfortunately the records for valley are poor.ill keep you posted.