Matthew Elder Meek - Grandfather of Nora Emily Linton


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Harry E. Linton - Father of Nora Emily Linton

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  1. Sidnah Meek (nee Welsh & 2nd marriage Keeler) is buried at Bunker Hill Cemetery.
  2. Harry E. Linton is buried in St. John's Cemetery, Pensacola Florida.

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Bunker Hill Cemetery is the burial place of Sidnah Keeler (nee Sidnah Garret Welsh), b. 22-JUN-1814 in Pennsylvania, d. 19-DEC-1870. She is buried as Sidnah Keeler, under the surname of her second husband, Amos Keeler. Bunker Hill Cemetery is located in Goshen Township, Mahoning County, Ohio.  Sidnah married Samuel Meek (1804-1846) on 28-APR-1831. They were the parents of Mathew Elder, Joseph, John W., Phillip C. and Mary Ann.
 Grave Marker for Sidnah Keeler whose first marriage was to Samuel Meek (1804-1846) Bunker Hill Cemetery

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St. John's Cemetery, Pensacola, Florida, is the final resting place of Harry E. Linton.  Harry died on 19-MAR-1930, while statying at the Hotel Manhattan in Pensacola. He had been in Pensacola for 6 years prior to his death. Before that, he had made his home in Canton, Ohio, where he married Sarah Meek in 1878 and worked as Manager of the Canton Cutlery Company.  Sarah and Harry became the parents of Nora Linton in 1880. Special "Thanks" go out to Jack Shaw (name & email address used with permission), the Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness volunteer who took the cemetery photographs for me and sent me a copy of Harry Linton's death certificate.  The cemetery photos were taken 06-JAN-2003. Based upon verbal descriptions and aerial photographs, Harry's grave is located at approximately N3024.981' W08714.072' (WGS84 datum).
Harry E. Linton's grave marker at St. John's Cemetery, Pensacola, Florida
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