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Added by debilyn on Jan 09, 2017 3:36 PM
|Darlene||RE: Abner Powell|
I will be happy to take photos of Abner's monument when we get a chance, if we are able to locate it. We live about 15 mins from Graysville. He is apparently buried in the Pioneer Cemetery on Long Run Road instead of the Graysville Cemetery at the Church of Christ of of Greenbrier road. Are there any others in the Pioneer Cemetery that you need photos of? If there are any other photos from either cemetery you need we can try to find them. The cemeteries are less than a mile apart.
Added by Darlene on Jul 23, 2015 8:40 PM
|debilyn||RE: Looking for information on Orin Rhoads|
I am sorry, I have no further information on Orin. If I remember correctly I think he is in the 1860 census in Iola though. I don't remember the family he was with though.
Added by debilyn on Jul 08, 2014 5:34 PM
I just had to tell you how much I enjoyed your family writeups, as I was uploading photos for you. I was born and raised in Calgary, so it was a treat to read your family stories of days gone by. Also, the name Heaton jumped out at me. I recently added a couple of cemeteries to findagrave that are near Bergen. In the Harmatten Anglican Cem there is a family of Heatons--Alice, Robert, and baby Hugh. Just thought I'd mention it in case you are a relative.
Added by Deb on Jul 16, 2013 5:23 PM
|Meghan||Photo Request for Henry Whitney|
I saw your photo request for Henry Whitney in Titicus Cemetery in Ridgefield, CT. But rather than being in Titicus Cemetery, I believe that Henry Whitney may be have been buried in Ridgefield's first, even older, cemetery, known as the Burying Ground or Burying Yard, since Titicus wasn't laid out until the mid 1730s.
The stones in the older cemetery were all destroyed by the 1920s or 1930s, and a small monument was built with the names of those buried there; one of those listed is Henry Whitne(y). Here is a link to a web page with further information and a picture of the monument: http://jackfsanders.tripod.com/yeburyingyard.htm
Hope this is helpful!
Added by Meghan on Jun 04, 2011 7:58 AM