|Doy G (#47055060)|
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I live in Yakima, WA. I've been pursuing family history seriously for almost 30 years -- almost as long as I've been married to my wonderful husband. He is not so much into genealogy, but is a good sport about my "addiction", even to the point of helping me look for relatives in cemeteries when we travel. I love meeting cousins, too. |
Main family names: Boone, Mayfield, Short, Tate, Savage, Hughes, Graham, Slater.
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|Neil B (John 3:16)||Find A Grave memorial for Grace McIntosh|
Thank you for the information. It has been added to her memorial. I also added a link to you as the info provider. Take care.
|Gloria Kidder||Re: Infant burial|
Greenlawn-Portsmouth Times paper was dated "Published 1883".? I was looking for a relative "Miller" of mine at that date 1883 and copied all of the lists of burials for everyone I found for that date. "I didn't find mine".
|James Richards||RE: William J. Mayfield|
I am not that good. In this case, I use Ancestry .com and looked up his wife and there was a hint about the Fifteenth Infantry. It had to be the Civil War. (I am a retired Soldier who likes military history, so it was obvious to me.) So, I just Googled " 'William J. Mayfield' Fifteenth" and up popped a book about his unit, and there was all the information in a book "The Battle Rages Higher".
I live in KY; the battle was very important. It was a tactical draw, but it kept Kentucky, a slave state, in the Union.
|Graver Gal||Nina Mayfield|
So I found a death certificate for her brother, Ralph and added her parents as John Wilkerson Mayfield and Martha Ellen White. I hope this is right and alright with you. Let me know.
I didn't find them on find a grave to link them to her.
Last note. I found William H. Mayfield's Findagrave memorial in Missouri and sent a request to link him to his parents.
|James Richards||William Mayfield|
Hi again, I did more more quick research and added a memorial for her husband (Union soldier killed at the Battle of Perryville) and a son wounded there.
|James Richards||Elizabeth Mayfield|
Hi, Thanks very much for the information. I have corrected the death date, changed the bio, and added some additional information regarding her marriage and her husband.
|Mike Sykes||RE: Alice McConnell photo|
You're very welcome. If I can help, let me know.
|Chris & Sally Baughn||Find A Grave Memorial# 45284304|
You posted changes to "Infant Son Parrett". Specifically, birth as 12 Jul 1860, Fayette Co, Ohio.
I'm wondering if you would you share the source of that information.
|S.R.F.||Drusilla B BLacklidge Gordon|
I saw the gravestone inscription, and you are right. It might not be an exact conversion to Sep 11th because you would have to factor in the Leap Days during her life. Too much math for me! :)
Are you related to her or to her husband? The Blacklidges are cousins of mine. Her father, Jacob, and her mother, Charlotte Neville, are great-grandparents to me. My maternal great-grandmother's mother was Carlotte Blacklidge, who married Madison Forkner. Charlotte's mother was Charlotte Neville Blacklidge.
Added by S.R.F. on Nov 12, 2016 7:41 PM
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