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Re: Waters family/New Lebanon Church Cemetery
Posted by: Stephanie Ray (ID *****7417) Date: October 01, 2010 at 19:49:44
In Reply to: Waters family/New Lebanon Church Cemetery by Donna Waters Evans of 1884

I go through Carroll County everyday on my way to work and pass through the Lowell Community. My direct email is stephanie.ray90@yahoo.com

Send me an email with the information you are looking for and I will see if I can help out

1. What does Esquire mean? From what I gather it usually meant a gentlemen and/or a social status

2. Is Adamson Avenue still in existance today? I haven't paid attention to see if Adamson Ave is still there but there is an Adams or Adamson Square (I will have to check when I go through there again)

3. Is there a listing of New Lebanon Cemetery anywhere online? I cannot find one on line. I go through the Lowell Community and can stop by one day

4. If he was elected Justice of the Peace, would there be records there? If so, where? There should be records at the courthouse. The Carroll County Historical Society has only completed an abstract of the records up to 1855

The following is also online at the gagenweb.com website:

March 7, 1873
HYMENEAL: At the residence of D. J. Moore, esq. by the Rev. Jno. G. Caldwell, Mr. Isaac Black to Miss Nancy Story.(Feb.27, 1873 ) Married on the 27th Feb. 1873 at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. J. C. Burnam, John Riley O'Keefe and Miss Rebecca A. Huckaba.

Married on the 2d inst.,(1873) at the residence of Mr. William Chambers, by Rev. J. C. Burnam, Mr. J. R. Waters and Miss Martha E. Cash.



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