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|Carol Crawford (#47024242)|
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I am very interested in family history,and geneology(anyone's). I am happy to look up Clark County, Ohio info for anyone. My interest in geneology started 50 years ago and my fascination is still just as strong. |
Family lines: Crawford, Hillman, Seymour, Willard, Berg, Walter, Wilhelm, Dayton, Hooker, Miracle, Pillion
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|Richard Boyer||Conley Lot - Allegheny Cemetery|
I just looked for the marker for Stella Conley the other day. The only Conley or Connolly marker in Section F, Lot 80 is a military marker for Daniel Conley. I will double check again today but basically the lot is empty of markers.
|Rick Peck||Picture Mix UP|
The headstone pictures you added to Bessie M Hoberty (45386920) actually belong to Bessie Puney Hoberty (45734877).
Bessie M was David Franklin 'Frank' Hoberty's 2nd wife. She is buried beside her 1st husband, George Lottridge.
|ken benner||RE: Hannah M. Rockenfield|
Dang it I really wish that her stone could be found as it is there.Wished I lived around there I would find it for sure. I understand about some that are not readable, but if it was readable in 1999 it should be readable today. Thanks Ken Benner
|ken benner||Hannah M. Rockenfield|
Rector-Gard Cemetery in Ohio is where Hannah M. and sister Margaret Rockenfield and Hannah M. Rockenfield born Apr. 1846 and died 28 Oct. 1848 only Margaret has her tombstone on find a grave. Hannah should have a stone also as it is listed under the transcriptions of the Rector-Gard Cemetery by Mrs. Robert E. Hulsizer from 1999. I would like to know if it is possible to go back in that cemetery and find her gravestone? Thanks Ken Benner
|Don Toms||Seymour memorial|
Hi, thought you might like to copy and paste the following article to the Seymour memorial. I also added a photo and additional information to the memorial for his son-in-law, T.D. Edwards in South Lead Cemetery, Lead, S.D. Don Toms
Lead Daily Call newspaper (Lead, South Dakota), Monday, July 21, 1902, page 4:
F.W. (sic) SEYMOUR DEAD
T.D. Edwards’ Father-in-Law’s Sudden Demise
F.W. (sic) Seymour, of Triesta, Winona county, Minnesota, father of Mrs. T.D. Edwards of this city, died suddenly at 4 o’clock yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Seymour was 67 years of age and the owner of an extensive farm in Winona county, Minn., where he has lived for forty-five years past.
He arrived in Lead about six weeks ago, accompanied by his wife, for a visit with his daughter and son-in-law. He had always been blessed with good health and has thoroughly enjoyed his visit here, making little excursions to nearby points and inspecting the places of interest in the vicinity.
It was the intention of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour to leave on the Elkhorn last evening, and preparations had been made for their departure. During the morning he started on his farewell outing and climbed the hill, gathering flowers and taking a last look at the surrounding country. He returned to his son-in-law’s house shortly after noon and at 1 o’clock partook of a hearty lunch. Shortly after he commenced the preparation of his toilet for his departure and was shining his shoes, when he was overtaken by a stroke of apoplexy and prostrated.
He never rallied and at 4 o’clock yesterday afternoon passed away.
Mr. Seymour was a man who watched closely his farming interests in the east, and during the forty-five years that he had been engaged in his business had been away from his residence town but twelve days, until his visit to the Black Hills.
Besides his wife, who was with him at the time of his death, and his daughter, Mrs. T.D. Edwards, he leaves three sons, three daughters and a number of grandchildren, all residing in Minnesota.
The remains have been prepared for burial by S.R. Smith and will be shipped to his home on the Elkhorn this evening accompanied by his wife and Mr. and Mrs. T.D. Edwards.
The burial will take place at Eyola, the county seat of Winona county, on Wednesday of this week, if the party arrives at that place in time.
Added by Don Toms on Jun 05, 2017 4:10 PM
|Don Toms||RE: Lucy Edwards obituary|
Hi Carol, if you want to email me (firstname.lastname@example.org), I can send you the obituary and funeral notice from the Lead Daily Call newspaper. They are a little too long to send here probably. I remember the funeral notice saying that her body was accompanied back to Rochester by Horace Clark, who was a local businessman here in Lead back then, because her husband, T.D. Edwards was ill at the time and couldn't make the trip. Don
Added by Don Toms on May 29, 2017 9:40 AM
|Don Toms||Lucy Edwards|
Hi, concerning the memorial for Lucy Edwards in South Lead Cemetery, Lead, S.D. Although Lucy's husband T.D. Edwards is buried in South Lead Cemetery (Section 43), his wife does not show up in the cemetery records. Because of the location of the lot, there is also not a full grave space next to T.D. Edwards, her husband. I looked at her obituary/funeral notice from the Lead Daily Call newspaper and it stated that her body was shipped to Rochester, Minnesota, so it appears that she is buried in one of the cemeteries there.
Added by Don Toms on May 29, 2017 12:40 AM
|Gary Bell||Memorial 43951591|
Hi Carol, I just found this grave that you posted. I believe that Frank C. Wheeler was a gggg uncle of mine. If his parents are Thomas C. Wheeler and his wife was Mary or Polly (Northrop) Wheeler. I would need to find if Frank C had a brother Thomas C. Wheeler born 1800 in Dutchess county NY. Let me know if you can be any help. thanks Gary Bell
|dsking||Carl Edwin Davidson|
Please remove the grave marker that you posted on Carl Edwin Davidson's memorial page. It is the wrong Carl Edwin Davidson Find A Grave Memorial# 11723214. Thanks a bunch!
Added by dsking on Mar 26, 2017 3:54 PM
|Judy Allen||Wrong marker|
Also would you delete the one for Alize Lofton Manshack's (55887365) wife? Thank you.
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