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Foxie Anderson Hagerty (#46528692)
 member for 14 years, 8 months, 27 days
Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens
Dear Foxie My grandparents are buried in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens, just north of Galesburg. Cemetery was formally Galesburg Memorial Gardens. I have been unable to located cemetery on Any information you can provide, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank-you, Eugene

Added by Eugene on Mar 27, 2016 1:52 PM

Allen Herrod
Photo Permission

I would like permission to use the photo taken of Asa Capps on as his primary photo. I do not want to assume that it is OK without asking 1st.

Allen Herrod

Added by Allen Herrod on Dec 15, 2015 12:05 PM

gladwin gal
RE: Terpening & Armstrong surnames.
Dear Foxie,

I have several Armstrong, Findagrave Memorials in Gladwin County, Michigan on here! Mostly in (our) Highland Cemetery and a few in another local Cemetery. So far! I don't see any Terpening ones. Though, according to their seems to be a few who died in the Clare County, MI area. Which is a neighbor County of my Hometown County.

Added by gladwin gal on Oct 27, 2015 2:44 PM

The Locator
RE: Civil War Vet
Glad to hear that you are back on your feet and doing research.

Guess it has been so long ago that I requested some info. Can you tell me what and who I was looking for...........................

Added by The Locator on Oct 27, 2015 10:59 AM

gladwin gal
Dear Foxie.
I was born in Gladwin, Gladwin County, Michigan. However grew-up in Beaverton, Gladwin County, Michigan. After High School, I tried a little College & then went into the Air Force (military service) for nearly 11 years.

After I was Discharged. I have slowly moved away from Home. A few years in Midland, Midland County, Michigan & now Resided in Saginaw, Saginaw County, Michigan.

I have been to several U.S. States & have traveled to several Countries overseas as well. Like South Korea, Germany, Japan, England & even a couple of Months in Manila, Philippines.

Guess this is what Sparked my Interest in Family Genealogy. I know! we are all Connected. Regardless what (our) Politicians say!

Added by gladwin gal on Oct 27, 2015 8:31 AM

Diane Gravlee
Charles Anderson II will
I did some more looking and the only thing I have that is a document for Charles II is the will, which as you know does not list his son, Amos, and his grandson, Israel. I don't have any other suggestions for your DAR application. I know Charles is already on the DAR list, but they require more proof now than previously.
I have changed the name for Amos' wife to Camille/Amelia. It could well be that the "C" was left off and it Camelia....or the C was part of the previous word in the source.
I'm sorry that I am not of further help to you.
I will, of course, let you know if I come across anything further. I don't know that a trip to West Virginia/Pennsylvania would be of help. I did some research once in the local genealogy museum/library in Greene County, Pennsylvania and it was quite good, but don't think they have anything more than what I already gathered there. A phone call to them might be of help to you.

Added by Diane Gravlee on Oct 25, 2015 8:13 PM

Diane Gravlee
RE: Chas Anderson II will copy
Foxie, good to hear from you again! I do see that the Permelia Anderson is indeed a child, age 1, and obviously not the wife of Amos. I have sent corrections via the edit tabs to unlink her to Amos and any children and to delete the maiden name. I also downloaded the photo to my computer of the marker and it certainly reads like "who died aged 1 y. & 13 days" On top of that Amos' wife's name was Camille not Permelia. I also looked and Israel is already linked to Amos, his dad. Also, Amos is already linked to Charles, his father.
I have found Find A Grave much more open to changes and quicker since Ancestry took over and the new Edit application works well because if a manger is inactive, the edit will take place 3 weeks later automatically. When you tried to separate out the two cemeteries, did you go through the Cemetery Forum? Mark, there, is usually very helpful and with some proof would separate them.
Let me know if I can help in any way. I haven't worked on the Andersons in a while.

Added by Diane Gravlee on Oct 21, 2015 8:45 PM

Gum Cemetery
I am a DAR Registrar trying to help complete applications for a very nice lady, her daughter and granddaughter.

Their ancestor is Solomon Soper (m. Phebe Wood). Is there any chance you have photos of the Solomon Soper tombstone or the Phebe Soper tombstone with dates?

Thank you.


Added by tessm on Mar 30, 2015 7:55 AM

gladwin gal
Hello! Foxie
Your Name was mentioned to me. So, I thought! I would add you on Find A Grave as a Friend.

Note: A little background on me... I served in the Air Force for nearly 11 years. Have traveled or live in at least 6 Countries. I'm a Life Member of the D.A.V., V.F.W., & Member of the American Legion. Former Member of the

I currently work with the Beaverton & Gladwin Historical Society & Gen Society, Inc. Besides doing most the pulling/sharing of Gladwin County Record Obituaries. We also have a Fantastic Yearbook Project going on.

Mary Moeller & I work very closely together! Just want you to know... If you find any need or trace of someone your researching landing in Gladwin Co., MI please contact me...

I hear your a great inspiration their!

Added by gladwin gal on Jan 28, 2014 1:19 PM

Mary Moeller
hey woman
this is the other genealogy nut... Mary Moeller. I now live in Springfield MO and what happened to the cemeteries in Galesburg, IL. I can't find them so I can double check the people in them? by the way contact me through either facebook or email or

Added by Mary Moeller on Oct 19, 2013 9:07 AM

The Locator
Civil War Vet
I am trying to locate the burial place of a Civil War Veteran. His name was Harrison Bishop and he died 13 Feb 1924 in Sumner Township, Warren County, IL according to the IL death record on It states that he was buried in the Ohio Grove Cemetery. Can you help me locate him. He was a Civil War Vet also.

Added by The Locator on Oct 14, 2012 2:11 PM

Matt Cumberledge
Anderson Etc...
Sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you..

I sent you an email with the originals of the pics from the Anderson Cemetery in Greene County Pennsylvania. I have also had a chance to check out your website, and I like it quite a bit. The last few months, I have been involved in restoring a small family cemetery here in PA, and it takes a lot of work, especially when you get into the legal side of things. Keep up the good work.

Also, the email I sent the photo's to was the one I found on your website, if you don't get the pics, feel free to email me at with a good email address and I'll get them out to you.

Added by Matt Cumberledge on Aug 04, 2012 6:38 PM

Diane Gravlee
Chas Anderson II will copy
Foxie, we got home earlier than expected. I need your email address to send a copy that I think will be a bit clearer. thanks, Diane

Added by Diane Gravlee on Sep 21, 2011 3:53 PM

John W. Schrodt
Hi Foxie: I am looking for some Schrodts in Fulton County. You added a nice photo to memorial # 21089591 at Wiley Cemetery, but the memorial says died 15 January 1899, while the stone says May 8 1852 - the stone is for a man born 27 February 1801 at Deerfield Twp., but there is also another Johann "John" Wendel Schrodt buried at Wiley who died 15 Jan. 1899. He was the husband of Maria "Mary" Catherine Mahr. Did some photos happen to get mixed up? Any help appreciated. Thanks~Shirleen [history4sure]

Added by history4sure on Aug 30, 2011 11:54 PM

Kent Mauk
Galva cemtery
Just as well you haven't been there. I've recently added the plot numbers for the Cochrane burials, hope that helps. Still dying to find some Noteware burials there! I'm sorry for your travails and hope they get better soon! You're such a go-getter!

Added by Kent Mauk on Aug 12, 2011 11:36 PM

Kent Mauk
hey sugar, did you ever make it up to Galva Cemetery to look for Noteware or Cochrane or Gilbert graves? The local gen soc's don't answer very fast :(

Added by Kent Mauk on Aug 01, 2011 6:37 PM

Baxter B. Fite III
Housh Familty, Clark Chapel Cemetery
Dear Foxie, Thanks for the great pictures of the tombstones of the Housh family in the Clark Chapel Cemetery. They are greatly appreciated. Baxter

Added by Baxter B. Fite III on Jul 21, 2011 4:06 PM

Kent Mauk
Adam Housh
I can't move him. He's in Clark Chapel now, which Find A Grave says is the same as Housh-Walter-Summer. There are no cemeteries set up now named Housh or Walter or Summer in Knox County. I would have to set up a new cemetery to move him.

Added by Kent Mauk on Jul 21, 2011 8:18 AM

Kent Mauk
Housh Walter Summer cemetery
Find A Grave says this is the same as Clark Chapel ?? They are as confused as I am.

Added by Kent Mauk on Jul 21, 2011 7:54 AM

Kent Mauk
Adam Housh
Ahhh the famous Foxxy !! Been using your Knox County cemetery info for a long time! I will check and see what my Gullett book says about Adam Housh burial info, if anything, before moving him. If the Gullett book doesn't have anything contradictory I'll move him tonight.

I didn't create this memorial and for the life of me I don't know why he was transferred to me. He's not a direct ancestor but his sister Barbara Housh Gullett is.

I'm looking for anyone named Noteware or Cochrane who is buried in Galva Cemetery. I can't find them on your webpages. Are your listings complete? I sure need some look-up help on this one, Knox Co G.S. hasn't replied.

Added by Kent Mauk on Jul 21, 2011 7:51 AM

Angelic Long Wilmouth
RE: Active?
Glad to see you are still active! I use your websites daily for Knox County cemeteries. The work you have done is amazing & fascinating. I live in Knox County & had no idea of most of the cemeteries. If I need help I will let you know.
Thanks again!

Added by Angelic Long Wilmouth on Jun 16, 2011 6:46 AM

Angelic Long Wilmouth
I use many of your websites & really enjoy & appreciate the effort you have gone to for Knox County. Are any of your websites up-to-date? Do you still research cemeteries?

Added by Angelic Long Wilmouth on Jun 12, 2011 11:31 AM

Ron Wallick
Wiley Cemetery

I have some family line members that are buried in Wiley Cemetery, Fulton County, Illinois. I would like to be able to verify they are actually in the Wiley Cemetery and then list and link them on Find A Grave to their direct family members. I see that you have taken photos for two seperate Wiley Cemeteries or at least that's how it appears except that your church photo on each looks like they might be one in the same. ??? Can you tell me (1) How I might verify the existence of these family members actually being in the Wiley Cemetery and (2) which cemetery listing should be used if they are?

Thank you for any help you can provide for me,
Ron Wallick
member # 47182374

Added by Ron Wallick on Jun 22, 2010 2:54 AM

Mary Moeller
Greetings Foxie
I'm adding photos etc to this site.

Added by Mary Moeller on Aug 04, 2009 8:41 AM

Kevin Watson
Thank You
I really appreciate you taking the time for the photo of Charles Haptonstall.

Added by Kevin Watson on Mar 22, 2009 8:03 AM


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