|Kenneth D. Tyler (#46830126)|
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I have been working on family history since about 1997. I grew up in Bagley (Guthrie County) Iowa and moved to Chicago with my parents when I was 8 years old. I now live in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin. My family connections include Tyler, Safley, Kinyon, Wagner, Brown, Black, Sprague, and French to name a few.|
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|Jean Wilson||Pending edits|
I have been adding photos & plot locations to graves at the Nevada Cemetery, but many of these plot locations are sitting there without being added. Could you please take care of these. I do it for the families that may be looking for their family on Memorial Day or whenever. Thank you,
|Kevin Finch||RE: George Dale Tighe|
I wanted to let you know, I also photographed who I believe are his parents. See memorial #'s 179022131 & 179022194.
|Mike Marsh||RE: Raymond F. Tiffany|
Hello there Ken,
I have on my tree the parents of Raymond F. Tiffany being George Marcellous Taylor and Mary Edith Tiffany, which clearly does not warrant George being the dad. I put Raymond under him until I could find out myself who the dad is. The mom does certainly point to Mary Edith Tiffany because in the 1900 census he is listed with Chandler (Head) Tiffany, his uncle. Also living in the same household is his Uncle Frank, his Aunt Olive and his Aunt Nellie. In the marriage between Raymond and his wife Desales, His Uncle Frank gives gives consent to the marriage, but lists the father of the groom as Raymond Tiffany and the mother as Edith Tiffany. Both with the same last name. I have looked at other people's trees to see where in the Tiffany family Raymond Sr. belongs, but not yet found. In the World War I Draft Registration card he also listed Frank Tiffany as his employer.. So Frank had a big part in his life. I find nowhere on Ancestry any other Raymond Tiffany's except one in New Jersey, which has no relation at all.... It is truly a mystery!
|Evelyn L. Jones Christensen||Verne & Joan Thornburg|
#17742558 & 144623261
Do you have any idea where the graves for Verne & Joan are located in Rosehill Cemetery? I'd like to fill your request for a photo of the gravestone but there are 790+ graves there and that's a long day's stroll. :)
|Marc H. Young||RE: George L. Bostwick|
You are certainly welcome, My Pleasure!
|Lleeah||RE: Elwin Charles Thiele|
You're very welcome. I'm glad to have helped. His wife's photo is on there as well. Her inscription was on the back.
Added by Lleeah on Apr 23, 2017 11:29 PM
|Cindy H||RE: Caroline (Thaler) Carter|
Glad I could help.
Added by Cindy H on Mar 31, 2017 8:30 AM
|Bonnie Shirley Amery||RE: William Woodwell Haskell|
Thank you for your reply.
I shall work up courage and try a Traveler's Insurance call. That should at least be interesting to hear the "Whaaat?"
Bonnie Shirley Amery
|Rory McNeil||RE: Marvin William Sanders|
You are welcome!
My branch of the Tylers came from England and settled in Maine and Massachusetts. Many of them lived in the Menden and Andover area. Job Tyler (b. 1619), Nathan Tyler, John (not the president), Aaron, et al.
In the early 1830s, Aaron Sr. and his brother Thomas Steven Tyler and their families moved to Griggsville Illinois. It was there that Aaron and Abraham Lincoln became close friends. They were probably in their 20s. There's a sign outside of errands house that reads in part, Lincoln slept here often.
Thomas Steven Tyler and his wife Mercy Chandler Tyler moved out here to Northern California after their youngest child, my great grandfather, was born. Most of their older children had already come out here in the early days of the gold rush.
It was quite the eyebrow raising event when Thomas Steven Tyler married Mercy Chandler back in Massachusetts. The Tylers and the Chandlers had been feuding for going on 150 years or so. The Chandlers had been a founding family of Andover Massachusetts and some of the family were judges during the Salem witch trials. Many of the Tylers were accused and some were hanged, only one at Salem, the others elsewhere. It all had to do with someone wanting their land.
I will dig out my notes and see if I can find where our families intersect.
|Bonnie Shirley Amery||William Eoodwell Haskell Memorial# 72438312|
I am hoping that you will know if W. W. Haskell was employed as an agent of The Travelers Life and Accident Insurance Company.
We have quite a business from him.
Bonnie Shirley Amery
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