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|Connie Mills (#4210320)|
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My paternal side contains: Mills, Hester, Wright, Cockcroft, Culpepper, Still, Mush. They lived in N Carolina, Alabama, Georgia and Florida mostly but several ancestors came from England.|
My maternal side Barley, Reed, Wright, Reel, Mungold, Strait, Coon, Love, McKee and Stewart. The Barley's came from Germany, moved to PA then to IN. Reed's came from England, moved to IL, then to IN. The Wrights, we're not sure, it's a roadblock. What I know is PA to OH, then to IN. Supposed to be related to the Wright Brothers. Prudence Mungold married Joseph Reel, they lived in VA. He died in Miami Co, IN in 1863 and she died in OH. They are roadblocks too, would love to know who their parents and siblings were. Maggie Galigher came from NY to IN but she was adopted by the Galigher's. Her Mother was a young Royal and had to come to the States to keep her Daughter safe and because her Mother told her to. The Straits from Germany to PA to OH.
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Duplicate removed, sorry I search before posting but doesn't always work. I am related to the Reel family. My great grandmother was a Reel.
Added by RATU50 on Jul 15, 2017 5:12 PM
|Lynda Kennedy||Florence Whitaker|
Do you know the section number and lot number. If not its almost impossible to locate the marker in such a large cemetery. If you don't have it you can call the cemetery at 281-485-2711 and they will look it up for you. I will be happy to go photograph the marker for you.
|Joe||RE: Bessie Jackman|
If you can create a memorial for the Bessie Jackman that you want, then you can make a another photo request that I can try to fulfill during a future visit to Mt. Lebanon Cemetery.
Added by Joe on Oct 21, 2016 8:13 AM
|AKS||RE: Robert Dale Hullinger|
No, not related. Just having fun finding tombstones for people.
Added by AKS on Sep 30, 2016 3:08 PM
|LYoung||RE: Nancy Margaret Reeder Lightfoot|
Yes, there are actually 2 Knox cemeteries in Grant County, IN. The Old Knox cemetery, as it is called, is on the north of the road and the New Knox Chapel cemetery is on the south side of the road. They are located in the Southwesten section of Grant Co.
My Gr-Gr-grandfather and grandmother and some of their family are buried on the north side and lots of distant family members are buried on the south side.
I usually try to visit the cemetery a couple of times a year.
Added by LYoung on Sep 25, 2016 1:37 PM
|H.J.Worst||RE: Mary Shafer and Peter Fisher|
Your welcome, I was happy to find it for you. I determined where the headstone should be and probed with an ice-pick hoping to find it. It is like solving a mystery to find a lost headstone and this cemetery has lots of them. Could you explain the name change from Visser to Fisher for me.
|Laura B.||RE: Harriet Larsh Parker|
You are very welcome, Connie. Always glad to be able to help out!
- Laura Baumeister
Added by Laura B. on Aug 26, 2016 3:39 PM
|Grace Younglove Hudson||RE: Emma Kirkpatrick & Byron Corbin|
You are most welcome.
|Matthews, Simpson & Pool of Co. Antrim, Ireland||George Washington Tiger|
Thank you so very much for transferring George's memorial to our care. We appreciate your kindness and will take very good care of our ancestor's memorial.
Enjoy the rest of your day!
From the Tiger family in So. CA
|Hooked On Family||RE: William A. Truex|
I photographed the entire cemetery, so it will take a while, but I am working at posting the photos., 😛 Check back in a few weeks or so. I am happy to supply these for people. Use the photos as you like for your family records.
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