Let's try this again. Boy when I'm wrong I really out do myself. That was George Louis and not Godfrey. But the pictures I have were taken from the end of the Miner monument and I have other pictures that show George's name on one pic and Anna's on another. Watch your email....
Added by babs on Jul 04, 2010 7:28 PM
|babs||Oop|Added by babs on Jul 04, 2010 7:22 PM
Double check Cave Hill's database again. There are two Godfrey L.'s and the first one is in Section 5. lot 28 and that is who I have a picture of. Don't you think it's strange that the Minor's and Miner's have very similar monuments and they are beside each other. I am going to send their pictures to your email. That way you will have them if you find that they fit into your tree.
Added by babs on Jul 04, 2010 7:21 PM
1. Do you have "Minor's" in your family tree? There is another family monument right next to the "Miner's" in Sec S, Lot 245.
Please add a memorial for Godfrey L. Miner 1887-1888. I surmise that he was the child of Anna and George G. based on how its inscribed on their monument. I have a picture.
Also add a memorial for Mary E. Ogle 1844-1918. I am surmising that she is may be Flora's mother. I have a picture.
Added by babs on Jul 03, 2010 7:38 PM
I have taken pictures today and will enter them tonight. Could you send me your mailing address and I will send you the Lot Card. It show where everyone is buried and the day they were buried. There are 4 additional people buried there but do not have headstones. Be sure to check dates as I think one or two are in question.
Added by babs on Jun 29, 2010 6:03 PM
|babs||Herbert and Elizabeth Miner|
I was very incorrect in telling you that they did not have headstones. They do and I have entered them. Sorry for the confusion.
Added by babs on Jun 27, 2010 11:41 AM
I located and photographed all persons with stones in that lot today. There are two other people, whom I will enter memorials for, also in the lot. My feeling is the woman, Edith M. Schwengel (#9) 1888-1974, may also be a Miner. Her husband is Edward H Schwengel (#10), 1887-1928. If they are your family I would be happy to transfer them to you.
Added by babs on Jun 27, 2010 11:30 AM
Per you question regarding Thomas W. Quesenbery I
found in the 1870 VA Census:
Joshua Age 34 Farmer
Melinda 30 Keeping house
Thomas J. 3
Franklin P. 1
They were living in Carroll County, VA. I'm not related and have no further ibnfo at this time.
Added by JEM on Dec 12, 2009 4:49 PM