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|Jack Gilchrist (#47124171)|
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I am a retired engineer living in Michigan who fills in many of his days with golf and woodworking.|
But my favorite retirement activity is discovering my family genealogy history along with the stories and oral history as it has been passed down through the generations.
I have documented 7000+ family member's genealogy using MyHeritage software on a private family web site. Now I am adding some of my ancestors to Find A Grave to make some of my findings public.
Family names being researched include: Brock, Weaver, Critchlow, Yetter, Gilchrist, McFadden, Ellenberger, Orr, Miller, VanDyke, Hoffman, Stevens, Shaffer, Atwell, Snay and Ghost.
Genealogy records available for any branches of my family if you are related to one of my documented memorials. Also fell free to use any of my posted photos. Higher quality versions are usually available for the asking.
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|patricia rairden||Nehs Nease Roush|
Hi,It is nice seeing someone maintain the Nehs Nease and Roush grave May they rest in peace
|Steven Lake||RE: James Cain 1781-1841|
Sorry I've been out of touch. Your email doesn't like my email and all I get are kick-backs. It took me a while to realize I could reach you here.
I would be interested to see a list of gravestone date discrepancies, if you have time to do that. I had someone send me a list of errors in the Cain book.
|Barb Red||Jacob and Lois Cook|
Jacob and Lois Cook are indeed buried in the White Church Cemetery in Indiana County, PA. The stones previously pictured are there as well. There are a few other Cook family members buried there as well. Hope this helps.
Added by Barb Red on Aug 08, 2017 3:04 PM
|Steven Lake||James Cain 1781-1841|
Re: Memorial #134745406
I would like to share a published Cain family history book, "Descendants of Nicholas Cain" by Wayne Cain & Shirley Evans, with you if you are interested.
This book does not agree with a lot of accepted Cain info on Ancestry and elsewhere in the internet. I can send images of the page that references this James Cain by email if you'd like to see it.
|joe mcdonald||RE: Ovid Arthur Bragg|
Please send me an address and I will mail you some information that we have on OAB. You can email me separate from FIND A GRAVE which would be better than everyone reading it.You should have my email address. You will be shocked.
|joe mcdonald||Ovid Arthur Bragg|
We are trying to figure out if there are two Ovid Arthur Bragg as my wife's mother was married to OAB in OKLA and had 2 girls. One born in About1922 and one in 1929. We are not sure when Stella F. Harris married OAB. or if the one you have information is the same one. We do know he was from Indiana. HELP. We know Stella was born in 1901
|Linda J. Morris||Mordecia Ellis|
Jack, I am confused. The records at New Hope MM in Greene Co. Tenn states that Mordecia was a founding father of that Monthly Meeting. And family lore has him buried at Quaker Knob at that location. I need to hear back from you.
|Poplargrove||Poplar Grove, Newnern TN|
You had requested info on Elizabeth Johnson b1836/d1887. I have looked through the records and find no record of her having a headstone. We do have some Johnsons in Row 22/East side. A Henderson, Genie, John, M Daniel, and Mary if any of those would be related to her. please let me know if I can be of any more help.
|amys||RE: Virginia Ellenberger Photo - Thanks|
You are welcome, Jack, it was my pleasure. This is a really pretty section of this cemetery. Take care, Amy
Added by amys on May 23, 2017 9:31 PM
Since the request has been on since 2013, why don't you call the cemetery and get a location? I am more apt to look for someone if there's a location.
Added by CABrown on May 17, 2017 10:52 AM
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