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Re: [ClappCemetery] FW: Coming visit to Columbus

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    Thanks John. Moving parents into an assisted living facility is no fun; I ve done that. Paul ... From: John Mallory Land To:
    Message 1 of 6 , Aug 27, 2007
      Thanks John. Moving parents into an assisted living facility is no fun; I've done that. Paul
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: John Mallory Land<mailto:retrofit@...>
      To: ClappCemetery@yahoogroups.com<mailto:ClappCemetery@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Monday, August 27, 2007 8:59 AM
      Subject: Re: [ClappCemetery] FW: Coming visit to Columbus

      Paul has done some great research on his Clapp's Factory family, the
      DIFFLEYS, and their kin. We are also connected by marriage, as his
      James Marion or Simon DIFFLEY married Mary Jane Elizabeth BORDERS, a
      double cousin to my gg-gm Martha Catherine (BORDERS) ADERHOLD of Carroll
      Co, GA. Some of Paul's kin are almost certainly buried at CF, although
      we have not been able to document it as yet.

      Paul, I will try to think of some possible leads and resources for you
      while you're in Columbus. I had hoped to be there for Labor Day
      weekend, but I will be moving my parents into an assisted living
      community then. I still plan to be in Columbus after I attend the
      statewide conference on historic cemetery preservation, to be held in
      Augusta on Nov. 1 & 2, sponsored by the GA Division of Historic
      Preservation. Is anyone else planning to attend?

      I'll email you in the next couple of days - thanks!


      Kemis Massey wrote:

      > This is a new name for me. Y'all need to look through some of your
      > stuff to
      > see what we can help Paul with.
      > Welcome Paul,
      > kemis
      > -----Original Message----- On Behalf Of diffleypaul
      > To: ClappCemetery-owner@yahoogroups.com<mailto:ClappCemetery-owner%40yahoogroups.com>
      > <mailto:ClappCemetery-owner%40yahoogroups.com>
      > Subject: Coming visit to Columbus
      > I'll be visiting Columbus in early September to work on Diffley/Diffly
      > ancestors. Louisa Jane Wade Diffley was a worker at Clapp Mills, along
      > with some of her children, in 1880.
      > It's entirely possible that her husband, Peter Frank Diffley from
      > Ireland, died between 1872 and 1880, and might have been buried in
      > Clapp Factory cemetery, which is now in ruin.
      > James Marian or Simon Diffley, born at Pine Mountain, is also of
      > interest to me.
      > If anyone could suggest any line of inquiry, it would be appreciated.
      > Thanks,
      > Paul F. Diffley
      > Murrieta, California
      > bahndude@...<mailto:bahndude%40msn.com> <mailto:bahndude%40msn.com>

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