|Shera LaPoint||Francois Everaste Dartez|
My name is Shera Broussard LaPoint. My maternal grandmother was Anna Mae Dartez. Francois Everiste Dartez. You submitted the information on findagrave. There is a story attatched from an Opelousas and Lafayette newspaper regarding his murder. He was killed by his brother. Adrian Dartez. I remember my grandmother telling me the story. She told me their argument was over a cow. I was just wondering where you found this information? I was truly amazed when I read this. Thank you for solving a puzzle for me! My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Shera LaPoint on Nov 23, 2015 3:58 PM
|Lynne Moore||Edme Joseph Octave DelHomme|
I am researching the above and would like to know if you found this name on a grave or was it transcribed from a book or family knowledge. I would like to get a picture.
Thanks for posting and look forward to hearing from you.
Added by Lynne Moore on Oct 22, 2015 10:17 PM
I was send an edit that R. M. Rudledge # 25234734 was his first wife.
Added by Maria Russell on Oct 21, 2015 5:56 PM
|Amy the Spirit Seeker||Dr John Collin Morriss #88006146|
I saw your flower/note left on this memorial noting who his wife was. Do you know if he was married any other times? I am briefly working on the Vogelsang family buried out at Burton as an extension of the Brey and Ernst clans out of Prairie Lea, and note that Norma Vogelsang Morriss is listed as "Mrs. J.C. Morriss" on her death certificate. Her marriage record gives the same name for the spouse, no indication as to what the JC stands for, and I was wondering if you know whether or not it was John Collin Morriss that she was married to.
Added by Amy the Spirit Seeker on Oct 18, 2015 2:59 PM
|Bonnie Sisson Manning||Stamps Campbell in Oaklawn Cemetery|
Found two sons of Stamps Campbell Find A Grave#147141961.
Please look at two article I posted to Stamp's memorial. Perhaps they will give you clues.
Please disregard "name change" that I submitted.
Added by Bonnie Sisson Manning on Oct 08, 2015 8:24 AM
|TheNawMatt||RE: Lauria Broussard|
I'm doing it now. Let me know if I did it right. Also, do you want me to transfer management of the other one to you?
Added by TheNawMatt on Jul 15, 2015 7:23 PM
|Leonard J. McCown||Memorials|
I really appreciate all the details you post on your memorials! Leonard
Added by Leonard J. McCown on Jul 15, 2015 4:16 PM
|Tina DeLong||William Barrack Twomey Obituary|
His obit is in the Panola County Texas obits for1910 using Barrack in case you need to know thank you! WBT jr Find A Grave number is 68920092, done by a Twomey researcher and grand daughter of William Barrack Twomey Jr.
Added by Tina DeLong on Jul 04, 2015 9:29 PM
|Ferret||147887902 - Severin Prejean|
Gawds, I love ya. I was just working on the snarl of the Emile puzzle and got to looking at Severin and THAT was turning into a puzzle, this helps tremendously! Thanks for all the work you've done!
Added by Ferret on Jun 15, 2015 9:00 PM
|Ancestors||Charles Jaeger 139743550|
I got an email that you are sponsoring Charles Jaeger and pointing out that this is a duplicate. I am not sure how it works when a memorial is sponsored but normally if this happens, I upload photos to the original post and delete the duplicate. Thankfully, it doesn't happen often. Now, when I delete this memorial, will it screw you after you sponsored it? I hope not. Also, if you ever come across a memorial that I created, you just need to let me know and I will happily transfer it to you. It would make linking people and editing much easier and fast for you.
Added by Ancestors on Apr 09, 2015 2:07 PM
|tjb||RE: Harvey Lafayette|
Thanks Sebastian, I am so glad that you found his gravesite, Thank you! I have been looking for it for a little while now and it suddenly hit me to try the Hutchinson spelling and there was Pete!
I have no clue where that nickname came from, but I do know that is the name that my grandmother used when she applied for his military headstone, I found the documents on Ancestry.com today.
Thanks again for your help.
Added by tjb on Apr 06, 2015 10:52 PM
|Judith Lanclos||Island Lanclos|
Thanks for establishing the memorials for the Virgin Island Lanclos. I had the pleasure of meeting some members of that family, and have wished for more information on them.
I have a couple of pictures from funeral cards, do you think I should add those? Or is that a violation of the Find A Grave rules?
Added by Judith Lanclos on Feb 11, 2015 3:55 PM
|G. Abbott||Babineaux Brothers Photo|
Sebastian. I looke at the larger size of that photo. and said, "O-M-G," out loud.
Then, I made my husband come look at it and tell me what he saw....
Immediatley, he said, "That's me in the middle (back.)"
Not just a little like him, but EXACTLY like him when he was younger.
Boy, I will definitely do a retouch/restore for you now!
Added by G. Abbott on Dec 31, 2014 3:47 PM
|G. Abbott||RE: Enoch Carrier and Leonie (Nézat) Carrier|
I realized they were sibs, and you helped.
I now have two friends, and getting ready to work on another to link to me. Also working on that Csstille/Cstel/COstales/Menendes/Cenal/Garcia line. My friend has then back to Spain and, Argentina.
I am still not clear how it all comes together with the Thibodeau/Broussard/Landry group with Rose Osite (Landry) Broussard, Castille, Landry woman. I will get there eventually. As of now, made a chart in Adobe Ilustrator so I can move boxes around as I sort them all out.
I have added Melissa on my page, who has two sibs in one family married two sibs in another, both of them our descents of St. Cyr and Olinde family.
Added by G. Abbott on Dec 23, 2014 5:17 PM
|Bobby||RE: Burial Marker Photos|
We have been at this awhile havent we
Added by Bobby on Nov 13, 2014 7:02 AM
|Bobby||RE: Burial Marker Photos|
you know i love helping you. and thanks for all you do
Added by Bobby on Nov 09, 2014 10:51 AM
|Greg de Valcourt||Saint John Cemetery, Lafayette, LA|
Thanks for the new additions to St. John's Cemetery. They look real good and I have added the memorial photos.
Added by Greg de Valcourt on Sep 20, 2014 3:03 PM
|Wayne Cappen||Thomas Sloan Siau|
Born 27 Sep 1887 in Jasper, Texas, USA
Died 20 Feb 1920 in Orange, Texas...
s/o William Francis and Lenora Virgie (Matthews) Siau.
Wondering if you know any thing about where he was buried?
Added by Wayne Cappen on Mar 29, 2013 9:20 PM
I just wanted to send you a general thank you for everything you've done for the genealogy community. It's amazing how much one person can do and you've done a lot. I truly appreciate the effort. Best wishes.
Added by Steve on Mar 12, 2013 7:49 AM
|Jessica Daggett Rysak||Pleased to meet you!|
I am a descendant of Francis Lewis & Elizabeth Addison Siau, and I see you have left a flower on her grave. Thank you:)
I see that many people seek information from you, and I apologize that I am going to be much the same. I have run into a dead end with Francis - have found a brief reference to his father as Louis, but no other information. Do you have any information or ideas? I understand not wanting to give away a tree, but I would be thrilled with a hint on where I should look.
If you don't have any more on Francis or Louis, or don't care to share, I appreciate your time!
Thank you. You could message me here, or at email@example.com.
Added by Jessica Daggett Rysak on Feb 11, 2013 8:52 AM