Thank you for linking Mathew to his father.
You may use any info I have. Please look at the Obit I added to Cornelius's memorial it's the only clue as to where he was buried. Maybe you can help locate his burial site & who his parents were. Cornelius & his 2nd wife Catharine Van Horn Torbert were my greatgrandparents. I now live in S.C. & it's hard to search from down here.
Added by R-Go on Nov 11, 2013 4:40 AM
Will you link Mathew Williamson #51001838 to his father Cornelius M. Williamson #119416038
Added by R-Go on Nov 10, 2013 7:01 PM
I was wondering if you would transfer Carrie and Rev. John to me. These two are related to my husband.
Added by Lillie Oppie on Oct 18, 2013 3:28 AM
|Lillie Oppie||Carrie Oppie|
Carrie was born 25 July 1862 in Griggstown, Somerest, NJ. Yes, she is buried with her brother Rev. John. She died of Peritonitis. Would you please enter birth date.
Added by Lillie Oppie on Oct 18, 2013 2:46 AM
|Kim Hukill Dupell||Benjamin G Stead|
Could you please change his birthplace to Yorkshire, England? It is showing Illinois, USA at the top of his record.
Added by Kim Hukill Dupell on Oct 16, 2013 4:33 PM
|Kim Hukill Dupell||Benjamin Greenwood Stead|
Benjamin was my 2nd great grandfather, but I am seeing his headstone along with his 2 wives in the McCoupin Creek Cemetery in Farmerville, Illinois. Is there actually a headstone in the Sulphur Springs Cemetery or is there an error somewhere??
Added by Kim Hukill Dupell on Oct 09, 2013 11:49 AM
|Chris Horner||transfer request Piatt|
I am still hoping that you will transfer to me my grandfather Floyd Lewis Piatt. Thanks, Chris Horner
Added by Chris Horner on Oct 01, 2013 10:57 AM
|Lila J Hess||Mary Higgins Stout #8008361|
Found that we have the same grandparents - Abraham and Elizabeth Houghton Stout - my 5th
John and Rachel Merrill - my 6th
Which child of Abraham and Elizabeth is your link?
Abraham's youngest son was Eli (or Ely) in some cases. 1771-1845, married Nancy (MNU) 1773-aft 1850 census in Owen Co., KY where she was shown as a widow. No burial information on either one.
Eli and his older brother Joab Houghton Stout were made wards of Jediah and Mary (their sister) after the death of their father Abraham in 1777. The youngest brother was John 1775-1841 (there is no record as to who raised him after 1777, probably the Houghton's) by Abraham's 2nd wife, Alice Houghton sister of Elizabeth. John married Parmelia Drake and they moved to Seneca, NY where he died.
Joab Houghton stayed in New Jersey and Eli and Nancy also moved to Kentucky and had their children in Georgetown, Scott Co, KY. We have records of 4 children, but believe there was at least 2 more. Their oldest son was Isaac 1800-1833 (here is where it gets murky. We know Isaac and his wife Lydia both died in 1833 in the Kentucky cholera epidemic due to the fact that my Great Great Grandfather had two published biographys in Schuyler/Brown Counties History Books in Illinois - ( we cannot find any burial information on Isaac and Lydia. They left 4 small children under 10 who were raised by Eli and Nancy.
The oldest was my 2nd Great Grandfather Francis Marion Stout 1823-1907 who along with his sister Mary Jane (married a Donahower) migrated after the death of Eli in KY to Cooperstown and Ripley Townships, Brown County, Illinois. We have no definitive information on their younger siblings. FM and Mary J both married and raised large families and are most are buried in Ripley Cemetery, Brown County, Illinois. You can find their information there. If you have any further information on our branch of the family through family records, please advise me. My e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org I am also a member of Ancestry.com
Added by Lila J Hess on Sep 28, 2013 11:33 AM
|Ken B||RE: Poole Lattin headstone|
Glad I could help but I almost missed it since there are two large plants growing in front of it.
Added by Ken B on Sep 09, 2013 10:23 AM
|Teresa D||George Washington Duke|
Thanks for creating and updating his memorial his his two wives.
Added by Teresa D on Sep 04, 2013 3:43 PM
|Cheryl Miller||Tron Wintrone, etc|
Richard: I think Tron had a sister Leah. Leah Winthrop (sp) married Ole Solie Olsen Flaskerudeie.
Do you have any definitive info on sibs of Tron? I know that Tron married a Hassalhagen.
I am a descendant of Leah and Ole Solie, but also a descendant of Lars Haselhaugen and Ragnhild.
I just realized that Leah could be Tron's sister, but would love your expert opinion.
Added by Cheryl Miller on Sep 03, 2013 12:58 AM
|Chris Horner||transfer request|
Thank you for your amazing work. I do not know where you find your information. I would like to request transfer of several memorials from Rural Valley Cemetery. John F. Piatt and Marietta Clark Piatt are my paternal great grandparents. Floyd Louis Piatt is my grandfather. (My father was Frederick, a.k.a. "Buster" in the photos, and my own brother is a Floyd!)
Added by Chris Horner on Aug 19, 2013 8:07 PM
|YEP||RE: Elizabeth Stelle (1712-1768)|
Thank you for your prompt reply. I think that most of the Drakes buried here are my relatives. Elizabeth's father-in-law was he 6th great grandfather. I'd love to visit this cemetery.
Added by YEP on Aug 16, 2013 11:07 AM
|Angela Norton||Three Mile Run gravesites|
I'm researching my husband's ancestors, Daniel Hendrickson & his wife Idah Reynierson Wycoff Hendrickson, whose markers are photographed on Find-a-Grave website. I noticed that their death dates are the same, 23 Jul 1804. Could this be their shared burial date? My records show Daniel William (Willem) Hendrickson was born 1709 but died 1788. Thanks for any clarification you can provide from your data. The on-line photos are not clear enough for me to accurately decipher.
Added by Angela Norton on Jul 26, 2013 6:34 PM
Thank you very much for your quick reply and permission to use your photos. It is very much appreciated.
Sheryl Frazier Long
Added by SLong on Jul 18, 2013 5:51 PM
|SLong||Request to use Photos of Family members|
I would like your permission to use the tombstone photos and Family Photos, you've posted, on Find A Grave, that pertain to my families.
I'm working on the Hatfield family at the moment.
My direct lines run Frasure/Frazier/Newman, Martin/Justice/Hall/Salmons/Salter and many more.
Thank you for taking your time to post the information and photos, for us, on Find A Grave.
Sheryl Frazier Long
Added by SLong on Jul 17, 2013 11:25 AM
|Richard C Burd||Charles Hendrickson|
Thanks for deleting the memorial in Pennington Presbyterian Cemetery. Have you seen the picture of Charles Hendrickson and brief bio for him on page 79 in "Images of America Hopewell Valley" by Jack & Lorraine Seabrook? I'll try to attach a link, but don't know if it will work.
Added by Richard C Burd on Jul 14, 2013 5:33 AM
|Cathy Anderson||Anthony Abbatiello Jr, Neshanic Cemetery|
Thank you for posting my nephew's obituary and adding his name to the Neshanic Cemetery List. I have added his photo today, together with his date of birth. I too am researching my family history and I am thankful to Find a Grave for helping me confirm a large majority of my ancestors! Anthony's passing will be felt by his family and friends for a long time to come, he was so young. Thank you for taking the time to help us remember him with love.
Added by Cathy Anderson on Jul 13, 2013 9:40 AM
|Wayne Diercks||Quality Work|
You do the highest quality work on Find A Grave that I have ever seen. You push the power of this site to the limit and showcase the potential of this powerful resource tool. Your completed memorials are the best and set the bar for what we should all strive to achieve. When a researcher happens upon one of your memorials he has hit the mother-load. Your Williamson memorials could not be better.
Let me know if you wish the transfer of any of my memorials to add your magic touch.
You are a true credit to your hobby and your unselfish dedication has made an impact.
Added by Wayne Diercks on Jun 18, 2013 12:17 PM
|Cheryl Miller||Maybe this one will work Gunhilde|
Added by Cheryl Miller on Jun 01, 2013 1:24 AM
|Family Searcher||RE: LTJG vs Ltjg|
At one time the pull down did have it as Lt(jg) but that is not important. Thanks.
Added by Family Searcher on May 29, 2013 2:16 PM
|Cheryl Miller||birth record for Gunhild|
Richard: This is a link to the birth record for Gunhild. I don't know if you have this or not, but am sending it your way just in case.
Her entry is the second from the last on the right-hand page
Added by Cheryl Miller on May 29, 2013 1:08 AM
|Jim & Lou||RE: Elizabeth Conger Sutton|
Elizabeth Conger Sutton (Find A Grave # # 8059622) is my 8th great grandmother. Would you be willing to transfer the management of her memorial to my care?
Jim & Lou
Added by Jim & Lou on May 19, 2013 9:13 PM
|Curtis Wolbert||Joseph Youngquist Memorial|
Richard, I linked Joseph's Youngquist's family to him, and would be more than willing to transfer ownership over to you, as I am not related to Joseph at all. Just let me know. Thanks for passing on the information too.
Added by Curtis Wolbert on May 18, 2013 8:52 AM
I would appreciate transfers for Hannah and Helmer in Wayside in Barron. They were my in-laws and grandparents to my daughters.
Thank you so much. The family will appreciate this.
Added by Nancy Weise on May 10, 2013 10:58 AM