Census Greene 1860 Page 04 J(ane) 4f MS(1856) ,Nancy J(ane)11/12f (1859-1935)=JamesAlex.KITTRELL(1856-1927) DavidS.=MargaretSLAYLEAKESVILLE 1860142. 185031. Adams, Bodo (Otto http://www.mississippiconnections.nisa.com/census/g-1860-004.html
Extractions: LEGEND: #'s left column above each family. 1860 - Census Year 1860 Number is household # 1860# > year# or year#-# This is link to next census year or back to previous census years. Click on to goto that census year. > *year#-#.County,MS.* NOT a link but future link to out of Greene Co., Census's. ie: if there is a household number then I have the record and will post record and link in the future. > *yearCounty, Ms.* These are believed to have moved to this County. STATE LINE 1860112. > PLATT, Mathew 52m MS(1812-)>John=Elizabeth unk. ,Elizabeth 49f "(1816-) ,James 25m "(1835-) ,Bishop 20m "(1840-) ,/John/ (1775-aft1850) ,Elizabeth 80f AL(1780-aft1860) widow of John 1860113. > AVERA, (William) Powell 36m MS(1822-1905)>WilliamPowell=SusannahMIDDLETON ,Mary (E.) [DAVIS]36f "(1823-1913) ,Wm. (Wash.) 10m "(1849-1912)=(1)ElizabethG.BULLOCK(1851-1890) =(2)IsabelleB.FRENCH(1871-1914)>unk.= Eliz. unk. ,Susan E(ran) 9f "(1851-1970)=JulianMcDONALD(a1850-1898) ,Sam. W(orth) 7m "(1853-1929)=(1)EllaGertrudeMcLEAN(1858-1906)>JacobFry=MaryEliz.KNIGHT =(2)LauraE.TAYLOR(1882-1962) ,RachelS.(Celia) 5f "(1855-1931)=Wm.JamesDAWSON(1866-1951)>DallasAthalone=DorcasAnnEliz.NESMITH ,Lawrence A(lex.) 3m "(1857-1935)=CarrieLeeMOHLER(1865-1959)>ElishaGrisby=SarahLouiseGOODMAN ,HardyO(liver) 6/12m "(1860-1890)=SarahJAMES(1876-) KITTRELL,Alex 16m "(1844-) NOTE: >Thomas=EasterAVERA CONINGHAM ,MaryJ. 19f "(1841-) 1860114.
INDEX Adams. Albert T. ( ) Albert W. (1859-1935) Ann (Nancy) (1818- ) Annie Wharton(1839-1885) Berry Floyd (1870-1870) Betty Polly (1852-1924) Catherine ( -1855 http://www.espl.org/mearscol/pagendxw/ward/fowndx.htm
WebGED: Sparks Family Tree Data Page (*1835 ) -child Nellinger, Andy (*1870 - ) -child child Nycum,John Quincy Adams (1843 - 1922 Sparks, John Henry (1859 - 1935) mother Lane http://sparksfamilytree.net/family_tree/wga90.html
Extractions: "MERIT SPARKS, son of Hardy and Martha (Motley) Sparks, was born1843/44 in Greene County, Indiana. He was married to Ellender Martindaleon February 9, 1862, in Greene County. He died in 1873. He served inCompany C, 97th Regiment Indiana Infantry. File Designations: Inv.Cert. No. 101,112; Wid. Cert No. 217,921. "On June 9, 1865, Merit (also spelled Merritt) Sparks received aCertificate of Discharge from Company C, 97th Regiment Indiana Infantryat Washington, D.C. He had enlisted on August 11, 1862, to serve forthree years, or during the war, and he was discharged by reason of theexpiration of his term of service. According to his commanding officer,Capt. Wiley E. Dittemore, he was nineteen year of age when he hadenlisted; he was 5 feet, 10 inches tall; he had a fair complexion, darkeyes and light colored hair; and he was a farmer. "Two years later (following his discharge), on April 25, 1867, Sparksapplied for an Invalid Army Pension. He was 24 years of age and aresident of Hobbieville, Indiana. He stated that he had enlisted onAugust 13, 1862, as a private in Company C, 97th Regiment, IndianaVolunteer Infantry, under the command of Capt. John W. Carmichael, and hehad served until he was mustered out on June 9, 1865. While on duty inAtlanta, Georgia, and engaged with the enemy on July 28, 1864, he hadbeen wounded in the left hand by a musket ball that passed through theknuckle of the little finger in such a way as to cause it to bepermanently impaired. In addition, while stationed at Holly Springs,Mississippi, his left eye became infected, causing inflamation andpermanent damgage to his vision. He appointed Moses F. Dunn of Bedford,Indiana, as his attorney in obtaining a pension. His application waswitnessed by John D. Alexander and Jas. R. Eash.
LA-1Lagrange Cemetery, Lorain County, Ohio 18751920 GINNS John, 1841 - 1914 GOTT Ramona L., 1911-1913 Adams Erwin L 1923 DoraORR, 1882-1914 Harriette, 1854-1937 WHEELER Layton D., 1859-1935 Cora, 1862 http://home.centurytel.net/lorgen/cemetery/LA-1Lagrange.htm
Extractions: Cemetery Inscriptions of Lorain County, Ohio 1980, pps 323-339 Any additions and corrections to the book are noted in red. Burial records for LA-1, Lagrange Cemetery: Contact George at the Lagrange Township Garage, 440-355-5141 or write to George Klocek, PO Box 362 Lagrange OH 44050 Located on the north side of SR 303 just west of SR 301, this was the first cemetery
Human Family Project July 12, 2001 Father John Henry Mc Adams169133 (Abt 1845- ) Mother Mary JaneLamb-169134 (1859-1935) Children 1 F Mary Erma Killin-165131 http://users.legacyfamilytree.com/NorthernEurope/f401.htm
Appendix Of Names And Terms American artist, whose travels in Japan with the historian Henry Adams in 1886resulted in the provocative study of Japanese Tsubouchi Shôyô (18591935). http://themargins.net/bib/back/01appendix.html
Extractions: Cite this page Adams, William (1564-1620). English pilot of the crippled Dutch ship Liefde Arakida Moritake (1473-1549). Renga and haikai Ariga Nagao Ariwara Narihira (825-80). Waka Kakitsubata Aston, W. G. (1841-1911). British Japanologist, translator, and author of the first English-language history of Japanese literature. Bigelow, William Sturgis (1850-1926). Boston physician who travelled to Japan for diversion in 1882 and remained seven years, studying and eventually converting to Buddhism. Blyth, R. H. (1898-1964). British poet, translator, and author of influential and idiosyncratic studies of Japanese poetry and Zen Buddhism; after accepting a teaching post in Japanese-occupied Korea in 1924 did not return to Europe. Brinkley, Frank
Jane's Names - Phipps McKee (1845 1927) -5 Mary Alma Myra McMillan (1859 - 1935) -5 BlancheG dec.) 5 Margaret Parker ( - dec.) Charles H Adams (CA 1849 http://www.geocities.com/~topolyp/phipps.html
Extractions: This database contains tombstone transcriptions from an original tombstone survey conducted in 2001-2002. Monte Vista Cemetery - Monte Vista, Colorado Name Birth Death Notes Abbott, Clarence B. Woodmen of the World. Abbott, Hubbard Hollister M. D. Abbott, Lydia H. Abbott, Sherman M. Age 2 years, 4 mo, 10 days. Abernathy, Albert Woodmen of the World. Abernathy, Bessie M. Buried with Edward S. Abernathy. Abernathy, Edward S. Buried with Bessie M. Abernathy. Abernathy, Florence D. Abernathy, Frank Abernathy, Frank Guy Abernathy, Mary A. Abernathy, Maud Abernathy, Rosa Abrams, Alice A. Buried with Earl F. Abrams, her son. Wife of J. O. Abrams. Abrams, Earl F. Buried with Alice A. Abrams. Achatz Achatz, Anna Buried with William Achatz. Achatz, David Achatz, Dorothy Jean Achatz, Frederick W. Achatz, John Buried with Katherine Achatz. Achatz, Katherine Buried with John Achatz. Achatz, William Buried with Anna Achatz. Adams, Anna Z. Adams, Claudisa W. Buried with Leona Lee Adams. Adams, Erwin J. Buried with Nellie F. Adams. Adams, Helen Shaff Adams, Jesse O.
Music History - Composers 1723 1787); Adolphe Charles Adam 91803 - 1856); John Coolidge Adams (1947 - ); 1890- 1962); Vincent d Indy (1851 - 1931); Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov (1859 - 1935); http://www.chsdragonband.com/history/composers.htm
Extractions: Only composers underlined have a hyperlink to a biography. Biographies are complied by students at Collierville High School. The student author is listed with each biography. Biographies are written as graded projects and for extra assignments. It is our intention, at some point in the future, to provide brief biographies on all the composers listed here. If you have any composers (and any biographical information) you would like to see added to this site, please email us. Biographies added with the lasted modification are labeled with the following symbol: A B C D ... Z
Extractions: Genealogical Society Wichita, Kansas Original Belpre Cemetery , Edwards County, KS Cemetery Tombstone Inscriptions Belpre Township Cemetery Original Complied by Helen Elaine Burgess Bortz Edwards County, Kansas Updated May 23, 2003 Section Lot Surname Given Name(s) Dates Remarks Belpre 1st Addition Back To Cemetery Listing Back to MHGS Home Page This page is maintained by a committee of volunteers from Midwest Historical and Genealogical Society as part of the KSGenWeb Project.
Pottawatomie Co. KS Cemetery Project Genealogy Adams, Howard E. 2/27/1900, 7/25/1902. Adams, Ira A. 1875, 1966. ALLEN, StevenE. 6/26/1956, 7/04/1977. DEGRAW, Eliza J. 1859, 1935. DEGRAW, Ella S. 1864, 1942. http://skyways.lib.ks.us/kansas/genweb/pottawat/potcem9.html
Extractions: Location: Starting in Onago go 1 mile north on Onago Road turn left on Golden Belt Road and go 1/4 mile west. As this is one of the larger cemeteries, it has been typed in sections for your convenients. Click on one of the following sections to be taken to that area. A - D E - I J - M M - S ... T - Z NAME BIRTH DEATH ABITZ, Emil F. ADAIR, Annetta A. ADAMS, Emma J. ADAMS, Howard E. ADAMS, Ira A. ALLEN, Steven E. AMES, Susie Mabel ANDER, Carl H. ANDERSON, Eldia S. ANDERSON, Gertrude ANDRICK, Almon H. ANDRICK, Charles C. ANDRICK, Dorothy M. ANDRICK, Jessie L. ARMSTRONG, Kate ARMSTRONG, Richard ARMSTRONG, Richard H. ASBURY, Cora M. ASBURY, Joy ATWATER, Andrew L. ATWATER, Anna ATWATER, Frank L. ATWATER, Marcus L. ATWATER, Rolla ATWATTER, Sarah M. AULT, Essie M. AULT, Infant AUSTIN, Ellen BAIRD, Darol D. BAIRD, Helen A. BAIRD, Lisa M. BAIRD, Neil P. BAKER, David Scott BAKER, Mary A. BAKER, Violet I. BALL, Bonny Ruth BALLENTINE, A. W. "Bill" BALLENTINE, Maude A. BALLENTINE, Oliver C. BALLENTINE, Wilma B. BARNES, Beulah M. BARNETT, Dahy B.
Allies Day, May 1917 image of Allies Day, May 1917, Childe Hassam American, 1859 1935 Allies Day,May 1917, 1917 oil on Adams, Adeline. Childe Hassam. New York, 1938 71-72. http://www.nga.gov/collection/gallery/gg70/gg70-30131.0-biblio.html
Extractions: Gift of Ethelyn McKinney in memory of her brother, Glenn Ford McKinney The New York Times (13 March 1918): 11:3. "The National Academy's Ninety-third Annual Exhibition." American Magazine of Art 9 (May 1918): 290, repro. 260. Noyes, Alfred. The Avenue of the Allies and Victory . New York, 1918: frontispiece. The Milch Gallery. Art Notes (April 1919): 9-11. The Milch Gallery. Art Notes (October 1919): 5-6. Pousette-Dart, Nathaniel. Child Hassam . In Distinguished American Artists . New York, 1922: viii. "Fine Arts Values Again Revealed by Hassam Sale." Art News 29 (13 December 1930): 3. Adams, Adeline. Childe Hassam . New York, 1938: 71-72. Lowe, David G. "The Banner Years." American Heritage 20 (June 1969): 54, repro. 55. American Paintings and Sculpture: An Illustrated Catalogue . National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1970: 66, repro. Andrew, John. Saint Thomas Church . New York, 1973: 16, 18, repro. 4. King, Marian.
WebGED: WHITE Family Data Page Adams, Travis (private) male father Adams, Scott (private) mother White, Jennifer femaleb. in Cornwall spouse Barratt, Alexander (1859 - 1935) - m. 1888 http://www.alphalink.com.au/~tomluke/WHITE.wbg/wga1.html
Extractions: White City, Autauga Co, Alabama Directions - on 31 North past Pine Level Alabama, close to Marbury, take right on county rd 20 ; take right on Jct 49. After a few miles, you will see church on right; take left onto 21 - cemetery on right off the road in a field surrounded by a hurricane fence - no trees - well kept. Surveyed June 2003 by Angela Garner Golden and Tanner Golden Double Marker - Nobles
Extractions: Henry County Genealogical Services Henry County Indiana Henry County Genealogical Services Be it remembered , that on the 11th day of September, 1858, James A. McMeans, E. B. Martindale, Miles Murphey, Joshua Holland, James Ferris and forty other citizens of the county of Henry, and the State of Indiana, formed themselves into a Corporation, with a Capitol Stock of Three Thousand Dollars for the purpose of purchasing, owning, providing, and selling off suitable grounds for the Burial of the Dead in the vicinity of New Castle, IN, under the name of the NEW CASTLE CEMETERY ASSOCIATION. Being six acres of land purchased from Jacob and John Thornburg. And afterwards, at a meeting of the said board of directors, held on the 12th day of July, 1859, the said ground having been regularly laid out into blocks and lots, was named the SOUTH-MOUND CEMETERY. Dr. Thomas D. Hamm compiled the following recordings in 1982 and 1985. A few of the stones were not completely readable due to the deterioration and age of the stone. This list of burials contains the names of those buried in the older sections, #s 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 13 and the free lots in those six acres of South-Mound cemetery. The present South-mound Cemetery Superintendent, Mr. Michael Brotezge, located the section and lot numbers in 2001 and 2002 and added those to the list of burials. Some of these stones could not be relocated upon trying to find the section and lot numbers, they will be noticed with an (?) as to section and lot numbers. Mr. U. E. Bush took the names, sections and lots information and entered this information into a database to sort and index the list by last name. As with every attempt to try to be as accurate as possible when doing cemetery recordings, this list may have some mistakes and not be completely perfect.
Extractions: With a permanent collection of over 350 American paintings and sculpture, The Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery enjoys a reputation as one of the finest small art galleries in the United States. At the heart of the collection are twenty-one oils and watercolors by Winslow Homer. Other works represented include early portraits and landscapes, the Hudson River School, the American Impressionists, the Ash Can School, and regional works. From the founding of the gallery in 1925 until the present the collection has enchanted art lovers from around the world. Z
Extractions: posters art book browse books Ken Burns miniseries  on VHS impressionist Mary Cassatt [1824-1926]: browse books posters Wm. Merritt Chase [1849-1916]: posters Stan Cline: official site Richard Diebenkorn [1922-93]: Artcyclopedia browse books Maynard Dixon [1875-1946]: official site James Montgomery Flagg [1877-1960] Artcyclopedia "I want you..." poster David Gallup: site impressionist Childe Hassam [1859-1935]: browse books posters Winslow Homer [1836-1919]: browse books posters Edward Hopper [1882-1967] Page Rockwell Kent [1882-1971]: all books folk artist Grandma Moses [1860-1961]: posters Georgia O'Keeffe [1887-1986]: browse books posters museum Abiquiu Inn Maxfield Parrish [1870-1966]: browse books posters Jackson Pollock [1912-56]: browse books posters movie bio  Frederick Remington [1861-1909] Page Norman Rockwell [1894-1978]: browse books art book posters museum Ed Ruscha: new monograph by Richard D. Marshall [11/2003]
Bayview Cemetery William M. 1876 - 1926 Collins (?) on Collins lot - Adams, Edward - 1865 Patrick- 1917 DRAPER FAMILY MONUMENT Draper, Joel - 1859 - 1935 - (father) Draper http://www.jansdigs.com/Chippewa/bayviewcem.html
Extractions: I walked this cemetery in May of 2000, while on vacation in Brimley. Did not have tombstone rubbing equipment with me at the time. When I return in September - I will take with me if anyone is interested in any of the broken stones. There are also other areas that I could not get into with stones. Lots that were fenced and totally overgrown and I will need to take proper clothing to work on them.