|E L Hon (#47690972)|
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Joseph Hon Sr and wife Mary are my 6th great-grandparents. Mary & their 4 children were taken captive at Ruddles Fort, in Cynthiana, KY, in 1780 by Indians of different tribe. Mary was held captive for over 6 years by Shawnee Chief Blue Jacket. Son, Joseph Hon Jr is my 5th great-grandfather and was only 6 years old when taken captive. Had he not survived this ordeal I would not exist. |
I have created many memorial pages from my work in local cemeteries and also from the Marshall County (TN) Cemetery book. I will happily transfer any of those memorials to family members. Just include your contributor # so that I don't have to find it to do so.
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|Walter Schley||RE: William P. Ballard|
Thank you. It was my honor.
Thanks a million for the wonderful photo. I truly appreciate your time!
|Kevin Daniel||RE: Estridge Daniel|
I went to Kentucky around 1988. That cemetery is a jungle, completely overgrown. There are only two finished stones, but many field stone markers. I got a nice marble tombstone from the Veterans Administration denoting Estridge's service in the War of 1812. One of these days I am going to take it down there and put it at the foot of his grave.
|Shawn Sullivan||Jospehine Meadows|
Please add the photo with Josephine's name on it. Thank you!
|robinkaspar||Bone and Wiggs|
Thank you so much for your photos of Clara Bone and Joseph Wiggs. I appreciate you going out of your way for these memorials.
|Adriene Brookes||Zopher E Compton|
Thank you for the picture of Zopher and Florence Fry Compton's grave stone. Florence Compton is my second cousin. I really appreciate your kindness in taking the photo and placing it on Find a Grave. It is my early Christmas present this year.
|A. Warfel||John T Harris|
THANK YOU for taking your time to photograph this headstone and that of his wife's. You are very kind.
I appreciate greatly!
|A. Warfel||Sarah Brown Harris|
THANK YOU so very much for photographing her headstone and the headstone of her husband!! I am forever grateful.
|Jean Taylor||Margaret McGahey Photo Request|
Many thanks for the pictures of Margaret McGahey's tombstone in Round Hill Cemetery!! Your kindness is greatly appreciated.
|Barbara (Devine) Davis||James Davis and Annie|
Thanks for taking the grave pictures
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