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Cameron R. Courtnage
Ollie Whelpton #38439971
Although Alvina Lily WHELPTON's headstone gives the birthdate as 1897, her delayed birth registration #901958 of 1925 gives her birthdate as November 1, 1896. She is the daughter of Hugh Thompson MONTGOMERY and Margaret Lilly BLAIR.

Added by Cameron R. Courtnage on Nov 17, 2016 12:55 AM

Donald Glen Knight
Would you please transfer Donald Glenn Knight's memorial over to me? He was my uncle and it would mean a lot to me. His number is #14847535. My contributor number is #47170913. Thanks in advance.

Added by Dianne2findU on Nov 12, 2016 9:32 PM

Hartnoll Family
Just wanted to say Thank You for the wonderful job you did with all the information I sent you for this family.

Added by hungrycoyote on Aug 09, 2016 4:58 AM

FAG #145034165 W G Clough
Iím wondering if you have any additional information on this. Specifically, regarding Waynal/Wm G Clough/Cluff. I have his father, Frederic and his first wife Martha Goodwin living in the 1850 US Census in Lyman, York, Maine with children Laura & George both born b. 1850. Martha dies in 1858. It appears that Frederic remarries Almira Blake Sanborn after Marthaís death. Frederic and Almira are seen with children from his previous marriage (Laura, George & Leona) as well as a child seen as William G Cluff Clough in the 1860 Census in Waterboro, Maine. So my point is if Martha Goodwin, Fredericís first wife, didnít die until 1858 then Waynal Greenleaf Cluff/Clough (aka Wm G in 1860 Census) couldnít be Almira Blake Sanbornís son Ö. Everything else lines up. .

So it seems there are a couple of things possibly at play here:
1) There were two Frederic Cluff/Clough families living in Lyman, York, Maine in the 1850s Ė one married to Martha Goodwin and one married to Almira Blake Sanborn.
2) The Wm Cluff/Clough son of Frederic Clough and Almira Clough living in Waterboro in the 1860s is NOT the same Wm Cluff/Clough living w/Frederic and Martha in Lyman in the 1850s
3) The Wm Cluff/Clough in the 1850 Lyman, ME and 1860 Waterboro, ME US Census living with father Frederic is not Waynal Greenleaf Cluff/Clough
4) Everyone that has Waynal Greenleaf Cluff/Clough the son of Frederic Cluff/Clough and Almira Sanborn is wrong
5) My information on this lineage is completely wrong.

Any ideas?

Added by CAS56 on Jul 13, 2016 11:51 AM

RE: James Redecker
My FLHP has been civilianized with a 2-up seat. Still comfortable though. I don't yet have the ability to be quite as adventurous and well traveled as you but I hope to be someday.

Added by MikeR on May 16, 2016 11:06 AM

RE: James Redecker
It sure is a small world. We should ride together sometime! I've got an 03 FLHP. I should be up around the lake later this summer.

Added by MikeR on May 16, 2016 8:40 AM

Thank You
I was doing some family research and noticed that there were some very, very nice photographs attached to my grandfather's entry here. Thank you so much for taking such nice photographs and uploading them here.


My grandfather is James A Redecker, Fairview Memorial Park, Madison, Ohio

Added by MikeR on May 14, 2016 8:05 PM

Cathy Case Muntz
RE: Carol Toadvine
Thanks for the explanation on linking Carol Toadvine to her parents. I will go to the Oddville Cemetery to look for Marion and Mildred Toadvine. With Marion's daughter and parents there, I have a feeling they might be, too. The cemetery is about three miles from my home.

Added by Cathy Case Muntz on Mar 15, 2016 2:16 PM

Keith K
RE: Bloomfield Photo Request
Hell0 - I visited Lot 300 but could not find a headstone for Ida Butler. That lot includes headstones for her immediate family, which I see from Find-a-grave that you've photographed before. If she is buried there, unfortunately there is no marker.

Added by Keith K on Aug 13, 2015 10:19 AM

Freeman R Bateman Jr
Find A Grave Memorial# 40090575 edit Decline
I don't understand your decline of the edition of his father, Find A Grave Memorial# 60598925, to his family links when you already have his father named in his bio. Could you please elaborate why?

Added by Freeman R Bateman Jr on May 17, 2015 2:48 PM

Judy Anne Long-Ingram
Allen Wayne Long
Thank you very much. You inspired me as well. I have added our parents to find a grave. Thank you again.

Judy Ingram

Added by Judy Anne Long-Ingram on May 14, 2015 7:12 PM

Emily Ray Elliott
Crowder photos
I see you allow use of your photos - thank you! I wanted to let you know that I plan to use your Crowder family photos on my Ancestry pages. Many thanks!

Added by Emily Ray Elliott on Mar 22, 2015 4:25 AM

Debbie Burke
Mary Zellweger

I am stunned to have found my grandmother's gravesite on your page. I wonder if you could tell me what prompted you to photograph it, and if you have any more information on Marie Schlapfer Zellweger - her grave says Mary Zellweger. I am an adopted child, and she is my birth grandmother, who I obviously never met.

Debbie Zellweger Burke

Added by Debbie Burke on Sep 18, 2014 7:31 PM

Renee Ellis
Eva Halliwell Photo Request
I walked through Wappingers Rural Cemetery today, & was unable to find a headstone for Eva. I did however find a large HALLIWELL headstone for John, his wife Mary Gray Roy Halliwell & their daughter Jennie (1857-1870). I'm wondering if Jennie & Eva might have been sisters with birth dates only 3 years apart. I took a photo of the stone. If you would like it, send me an e-mail address.

Added by Renee Ellis on Sep 04, 2014 11:10 PM

Tom Nelson
Frank H. Gould, Pony Express rider
Hi! I noticed that you maintain a "virtual cemetery" for Pony Express riders. So you might want to add this memorial to your collection. I'm still working on it but, as you know, these memorials are always works in progress!! And if you're not familiar with it, you might be able to find memorials for other riders on this website. Good luck! Tom in Kansas City, MO

Added by Tom Nelson on Jul 02, 2014 1:00 PM

NYgirl inAZ
Re: Adolph Greenhagle
Thank you for creating this find a grave memorial for my grandfather. Since I have information about him, I was wondering if I could take over the management of his site? I have a pic of the newer headstone my uncle had placed for both my grandparents and himself (when he passes). Please let me know.

Added by NYgirl inAZ on Jun 29, 2014 4:52 AM


If you research the RI Cemeteries will notice that that Mary and Samuel Taggart are in the Island Cemetery , not the Common Burial Ground. Since I have been to both and transcribed both I know they are very close to each other. Mine are located where the Historical Commission has them placed.

Added by Scout on Jun 13, 2014 1:39 PM

Megan Chapman
Thank you.
Thank you for the great photo of my great x8 and x9 John and Samuel Cranston's graves of Rhode Island. I have shared it on a fb page online and have linked back to your profile as requested. This image is very much appreciated. Thanks again!

Added by Megan Chapman on Feb 25, 2014 10:18 AM

Earl Dye
Chester Hardy Dye 33477943
Just a note: Chester Hardy Dye is my first cousing once removed. If you would link him to his dad, Hardy Dye 101599732 I would appreciate it. If you are not related you can transfer his memorial to me.

Thanks, Earl Dye

Added by Earl Dye on Oct 21, 2013 2:49 PM

Renee Ellis
RE: Millard item
It has been quite some time since I took photos of some MILLARD headstones for you in Wappingers Rural Cemetery in Wappingers Falls, NY. Today, I was visiting with a good friend who owns an antique shop in Wappingers. He was showing me some of the new things that he just got in, and one item made me think of you. It has the MILLARD name on it, Lumber Co. in New Hamburg, NY. If you would like further info on this item, please feel free to contact me. Renee (

Added by Renee Ellis on Oct 09, 2013 10:51 PM

Kathy Varela (Broska)
I appreciate...
I appreciate your thoughtfulness in posting the marker of my daughter, Angela. You bring hope to this world...thank you

Added by Kathy Varela (Broska) on Sep 28, 2013 8:26 PM

Cathy Combs
Anna Perrin Read
Yikes! I'm finding information out on F.A.G. that says she married John Read (#14192678) who apparently died AFTER she married to Thomas Read (#24028763).

Is it possible that John died in 1675 and then Anna married Thomas that same year?

relation to me: wife to my direct ancestor Thomas Read (great-grandfather x10)

Added by Cathy Combs on May 03, 2013 1:49 PM

Frank Russo
Andy Seminick
I'd like to use your grave picture of former Major League Baseball Player Andy Seminick for my baseball website, I'll give you full credit for the pictures. Please let me know!

Thanks In Advance

Frank Russo

Added by Frank Russo on Feb 06, 2013 3:15 AM

Dr. William McDonald
Basil Plumley
Thank you for the information on CMS Basil Plumley. You are very fortunate to have the honor of escourting him to his final resting place.


SSG William McDonald (U.S. Army, Ret.)

Added by Dr. William McDonald on Oct 12, 2012 1:22 PM

Lou Jr.
RE: Merle
Thank you for your reply, that really clears things up for me. I would be honored if you transfer their memorials. And thank you so much for the time and effort you have taken. Seeing their grave site again has been bitter sweet, but mostly sweet. Thank you again.

Added by Lou Jr. on Sep 20, 2012 7:19 AM


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