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marjorie adams (#46936209)
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I was born and raised in Selbyville DE which was settled in the 1800s by my maternal ancestral lines - Long, Murray(to Baker), McCabe & Hudson. Transplanted to OH where spouse's paternal Green line is found bef 1820-.
Verified paternal ancestors--Adams & Colburn, Skelton, Martin & Williams were settlers in 1600s in New England, then VA and TN who emigrated to IN, IL, NE and CO.
Transcribed Joe Long Cemetery (Long and Murray family burying ground outside Selbyville), researched and wrote article on all interments.
Moderate Yahoo group, Selbyville History and Genealogy.
Member: NSDAR. DE Gen Soc., Sus.Co.(DE)Gen. Soc., Pioneer Families of Nebraska, Ohio Gen.Soc., Franklin Co.(OH)Gen & His. Soc., Hudson Family Assoc. Edward R. Nabb Ctr. for Delmarva History & Culture.
Motto: Sources, sources, sources!

My philosophy is that since this is a grave site memorials should reflect information shown on grave marker. I will add other info in notes if sources are provided.
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Terry Cooper
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Terry Cooper
RE: ebenezer cemetery
No clue. I had never heard of it and didn't know there was such a thing until I read his message. I guess I can pose this question here and anyone who knows the answer can chime in.

Is there any charities, universities, whatever that have funds (grants or otherwise) for cemeteries (i.e. their upkeep)? I know of one that is more overgrown than not. These stones are 17 & 1800s. I would think from either a historical or genealogical stand point someone somewhere would want to save them!

If I were younger and owned a Weed Whacker I'd do it myself! LOL
Added by Terry Cooper on Sep 14, 2017 2:58 AM
Terry Cooper
RE: ebenezer cemetery
Criminal justice major! LOL
Added by Terry Cooper on Sep 12, 2017 11:21 AM
CMHSmith
RE: 104648513
You are very welcome Marjorie. The area there is very historical. I am glad I could get those for you. :)
Added by CMHSmith on Aug 15, 2017 10:01 PM
CW Loeffler
RE: Elbert Cemetery
I've made the transfer of the Adams's to you as requested.
Added by CW Loeffler on Jul 18, 2017 5:00 PM
CW Loeffler
RE: 21640443
I've added the links you requested. As these folks are your family, I would be happy to transfer management of Ethelena's memorial to you. Let me know if you'd like me to do that.
Added by CW Loeffler on Jul 15, 2017 8:39 AM
Baxter B. Fite III
RE: Amanda Williams
Marjorie, I am just about done with what I would like to see added to Joel T. Martin's Find A Grave Memorial. You are not alone in your belief that Find A Grave is not the place for biographies, yet I still find it amazing that people believe that when the Creators of Find A Grave are the ones that set up the site to put amazing biographies.
I love to see biographies there because people can see then for free. People like me can not afford even the monthly cost of Ancestry so as much as I would like to use Ancestry, I can't. Even more reason to LOVE Find A Grave.
You can see what I currently have on Joel in the cemetery where he is buried. I am trying to get the information about his brothers and sisters added to their sites, but, if people don't want to add it, they can't be forced to. I would love to see the Joel's biographical information and the information about his service added to his, if you aren't too strongly against it. I know there are many people like me that don't have access to Ancestry that in the future will be glad it is there as well.
Thanks for all you are doing. Baxter
Added by Baxter B. Fite III on Jul 15, 2017 5:50 AM
Baxter B. Fite III
Corporal Joel T. Martin, Co. A of the 86th Illinois
Marjorie, I got a little bit done on Joel's biography, but I have to stop and get ready to go to church. If I get a chance, I may work on it late this evening. Do you have any photographs of Joel? Baxter
Added by Baxter B. Fite III on Jun 25, 2017 6:25 AM
Baxter B. Fite III
RE: Corporal Joel T. Martin, Co. A of the 86th Illinois
I will just set up a temporary site for Joel that I can work on and then delete it after we transfer the information to your site. Good to hear from you. Baxter
Added by Baxter B. Fite III on Jun 25, 2017 5:21 AM
Baxter B. Fite III
Corporal Joel T. Martin, Co. A of the 86th Illinois
Dear Marjorie, It has been a long time and this little email leaves Peoria with prayers that it finds it's way to you and finds you doing well. I am glad to see that you have management of Joel T. Martin's Find A Grave site.
I continue my work on the 86th. I have been at this now for over 32 years and have now identified the final resting place of 912 of the 992 men who served in the 86th. I am certain I will continue my search for the final 80 until the day I die.
I also to write about and to "tell their story" to all that will listen. I would like to put a nice biography together for Joel and get it on his Find A Grave Memorial. I promise I will work quickly and get him back to you shortly if you would consider a "temporary" transfer. My ultimate goal for all 992 men was to find their grave, set up a Memorial with a detailed biography about them and their family and service and them to get them in the hands of interested descendants. Joel's is there in good hands now and I want to keep them there, but, would consider it a great honor to add his biography to his site.
Again, I hope this finds you well and thanks for considering this request. Sincerely, Baxter #47203738
Added by Baxter B. Fite III on Jun 24, 2017 6:13 AM
Scott Green
RE: 103436254
A couple of years ago, you wrote and asked how I know he was William RILEY Green? I got that information firsthand from my grandfather when he took us to the Mount Pleasant Cemetery for the first time back in the early 1970s. We also know from a marriage certificate in Hamilton County IL from 1833 that his middle name was Riley, as well as his death certificate from 1881. Hope this helps.
Added by Scott Green on Jun 19, 2017 3:29 PM
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