|Nancy Eliason Walker||More Ginervras|
Actually Ginevra Walker Fuller had a daughter, Ginevra Fuller 1877-1964, who married Charles Garfield King in Chicago. They had a daughter Ginevra E. King, 1898-1980 and she was the one that was a friend of F. Scott Fitzgerald. So the flapper Ginevra was the granddaughter of the Ginevra that married William Alden Fuller. If you want any more info, my email is email@example.com. Nancy
Added by Nancy Eliason Walker on Sep 01, 2011 5:19 PM
|Nancy Eliason Walker||Ginervra Walker Fuller|
Hi Paul, Would you please link Ginervra to her parents: Lauriston Walker, 5905956 and Lydia Kennedy Walker, 5905957? Thanks, Nancy Walker
Added by Nancy Eliason Walker on Sep 01, 2011 7:27 AM
hi i have a photo of a headstone for a mary- 1955 and a charles-1958 Atmajian from mt moriah. would this be the same grave that that you as a marine atmajian? let me know i can post the photo for you.
Added by kelley on Aug 18, 2011 9:20 AM
|William Nees||Lawnview Cemetery|
Thank you for taking the photograph for me.
Added by William Nees on Aug 14, 2011 10:45 AM
I added you to my "Friends" list. :)
Added by sjcyoung on Jul 11, 2011 3:35 PM
Thank you so much for the information on my family and the links to the genealogy book online at Google. I was not aware that the book could be accessed via the internet.
Added by Rockieg on Jan 24, 2010 5:56 PM
|Meges||Harriet Bartol Curtis|
Thanks so much for pointing this out. This was one of my earliest memorials and it needed revisiting. I have updated the memorial and wonder if you want it transferred to you.
Nice tombstone picture.
Added by Meges on Jun 19, 2011 3:07 PM
|julia bright||Jacob SPERRY|
Thank you for your suggestion. I should have Margaret in there and the Franklin Square and 2nd person buried at Laurel Hill I did not know:>) Thanks He is a collateral ancestor
Added by julia bright on Jun 18, 2011 6:31 PM
|Miss Morgan||Armenians in Detroit|
My mom is Italian, but she told me she grew up with a lot of Armenians in Detroit. St. John Armenian Church is beautiful. The most famous Detroit-based Armenian would have to be Alex Manoogian, buried in Evergreen Cemetery, who began Delta Faucets.
Added by Miss Morgan on Jul 28, 2009 12:43 AM
|sticksandstones||RE: Philip Gadsden|
Thanks Paul for the note, and posting the memorial when you did, and now adding the photo of his stone. I love it when we can piece together a grave with the real person and their history. I imagine his first wife may have died in childbirth at age 29. Seeing that he traveled to Germany to represent his Charleston and immigration to there, I wonder if his ending up in Pennsylvania had anything to do with the large German population settled there. An interesting story for sure.
Added by sticksandstones on Apr 03, 2011 6:15 PM
|Allegro con Brio||Essig|
Thank you very much for transferring the Essigs to me so I can link them to the rest of the family and add more bios. I really appreciate it!
Happy Valentine's Day!<3
Added by Allegro con Brio on Feb 14, 2011 5:16 AM
|TexasDMWT||Hi from Texas|
It is obvious I do not check replies often!
Although LaMar and I are in an area that has very few Armenians, you would be amazed to learn about an Armenian community right up in Carrollton (a suburb of Dallas). St Sarkis Armenian Church puts on a festival every October. It's a wonderful gathering of old & new Armenian culture. www.StSarkis.org is their website.
Thank you for all you do to educate people about the beautiful and ancient Armenian people.
Added by TexasDMWT on Sep 13, 2008 7:55 AM
|NotYourTime||Baker Family of Princeton|
Hi Paul, Thank you for additional information regarding the Baker family of Princeton, NJ. I added it to the website. I also have quite bit of information about them since they are connected to my Bruen family from Newark, NJ. If you would like me to send you copies of the information that I have in my files (birth, marriage, & death certificates, obituaries & a few photographs), let me know. John firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by NotYourTime on Jan 22, 2011 7:33 AM
Paul: I've transferred all the griers in forks of the brandywine. I have other griers in chester coutny that you may be interested in. Do a surname lookup of grier in chester county and you'll see them.
btw: The Rev Grier tutored and tested the Rev Levi Bull (Episcopal priest). See Levi Bull in St. Mary's Episcopal, and probably many googleable entries.
Added by Dan Oh on Jan 11, 2011 5:11 PM
|Engin Aymete||merry christmas|
Sending you all the best Wishes for a Merry Christmas and very happy new year..Engin Aymete
Added by Engin Aymete on Dec 06, 2007 1:10 AM