|RobMinteer57||Emily Pearman Bilton|
Yes, Boxwood's records are On-line somewhere; or at least they were when I compiled my spreadsheet to submit. I would think just Googling the cemetery name should lead you to them. That was one of the lists that had a wealth of information about many folks. I'll be glad to transfer them to you if you want.
Added by RobMinteer57 on Nov 13, 2015 2:35 PM
|Beverly Quigg Kirk||RE: Memorial 141608136|
You can hit the 'edit' tab on any memorial and request changes. Findagrave notifies the owner of the memorial to make the final decision.
I have linked Katie per your request
Added by Beverly Quigg Kirk on Oct 24, 2015 8:49 AM
|E Malcolm||RE: Susan Norton|
Hi Irene, yes, I am related to this family. Susan McKenzie (Dobbin) Norton is the daughter of William Sheridan Dobbin and Miriam Coffin (Beal ) Dobbin. She married 1st, Ferdinand Lewis Norton and 2nd Jeremiah Beal Norton. Hope this helps, more questions, just ask. Sorry for the delay in answer - we were moving from Oregon to Pennsylvania. Esther Norton Malcolm
Added by E Malcolm on Sep 26, 2015 1:55 PM
|E Malcolm||RE: Information|
Hi Irene, received your e-mail msg. You have the memorial page for the child Katie Laura Foss Taylor Pierce and you will have to make the connection. It is set=up with Find A Grave for connections to be made from child to parents. Thanks for the information. And yes, I am related to this family through the Dobbin side. Esther
Added by E Malcolm on Jun 21, 2015 3:10 PM
|Jim Ferrell||RE: JD White memorial|
You are welcome, glad I could help and hope you can find more on Jane.
Added by Jim Ferrell on Apr 21, 2015 9:10 PM
|RobMinteer57||Mary Jacobs Patton|
She was in the cemetery list. I have no further info, nor do I know whether or not there's a marker. You can enter a Photo Request--and you should be able to get a Death Certificate, too.
Added by RobMinteer57 on Nov 03, 2014 11:32 AM
|Mary John||RE: Mem 71149761 Aldrich|
I am not related to Roy. I did all of Riverside Cemetery in Haynesville.
Added by Mary John on Sep 23, 2014 12:03 PM
|Neil D Scheidt||RE: Memorial 47491621|
I did some research on this family just now, you descend from some fine military families. In particular the Phillippis. Mary Jones father, George, who was blind since the age of 42, remembers seeing George Washington at the age of 2 when Gen Washington visited Reading. Your George was named after the General/President. Gen Washington asked George's mother if her husband Abraham Phillippi was still living, he was, and Washington was escorted to see him. They served together at Valley Forge.
I have the full newspaper story if you care to see it and also George Phillippi's obituary. He is buried at Charles Evans and I have a photo of he and Mary's tombstone in his memorial.
Need an email to send.
Added by Neil D Scheidt on Sep 16, 2014 7:20 PM
|Neil D Scheidt||RE: Memorial 47491621|
Go to my memorial and click on "duplicate memorial" in the spousal link. That memorial was created after my own but has more details.
Added by Neil D Scheidt on Sep 16, 2014 5:53 PM
|Michael Holmes||RE: Re: mem. 24467925|
If he has a stone, it's not with the others. Next to Anna is Hampton A. and Mary E.
Added by Michael Holmes on Sep 16, 2014 1:55 PM
|Bob Collins||RE: Wm. Scott Jr. mem 70628047|
I suspect you don't know about a problem that Green-Wood iss having with the VA with regaard to military markers. In 2012, the VA started enforcing a regulation that limited those who could apply for a marker, on behalf of a long dead veteran lying in an unmarked grave, to a direct descendant. This probably has something to do with the persistent absence of a marker on the grave of william Scott.
Added by Bob Collins on Sep 14, 2014 9:20 AM
|Lucille Bertram||Ida Coolong|
If you are going to George Washington Memorial Cemetery for photos please claim them on findagrave. I went today for Ida Coolong.
Thanks Lucille Bertram
Added by Lucille Bertram on Aug 21, 2014 10:00 AM
yes, indeed I have at least one picture of Lester and Ida. I will have to scan it and add it to their Memorials. Do you have any pictures?
I wondered about Idas' maiden name and will have to verify that information.
Added by 1_might_B_1 on Aug 19, 2014 11:12 AM
I have the information if you just add the stone marker picture I will request so you get the credit on the picture. Thank you for deleting it keeps the family all together:)
Coolong ---->> Coulombe (original spelling)
Added by 1_might_B_1 on Aug 19, 2014 9:54 AM
|1_might_B_1||RE: photo for Lester Coolong|
IF you delete your duplicate Memorial for Lester J. Coolong and his 1st wife Ida I can transfer my Memorials to you and have added more information from the Cemetery they provided to me. Let me know when you delete them and I will transfer them to you :) so that it keeps the family fully intact together.
Added by 1_might_B_1 on Aug 18, 2014 12:32 PM
|1_might_B_1||RE: Coolong family|
Ida died in Millinocket, Maine in the arms of her husband, Lester J. Coolong while attending a Funeral there.
Added by 1_might_B_1 on Aug 11, 2014 10:25 AM
|1_might_B_1||RE: 2 Women|
1. Charlotte "Lottie" Pelkey/Pelletier daughter of Joseph Pelletier and "Anty" Dube. Married Paul Edward Coolong abt. 1910 (NO Record of Marriage has been located!)Her Birth Name/Baptismal Record Records her name as "Laura Pelletier"
2. Charlotte Coulombe/Coolong daughter of Laurent Coolong and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Dube. Married William J. Pelkey in Winn, Maine. Her Birth Name was ________ (Eliza).
Added by 1_might_B_1 on Aug 11, 2014 10:00 AM
Charlotte "Lottie" (Pelkey) Coolong wife of Paul Edward Coolong.
Charlotte (Coolong) Pelkey wife of William Pelkey
2 siblings who crossed over and married each other and why the confusion of Paul Edward Coolongs wife of his 1st family. I have that Record of Marriage to Vivian Marion Johnson in 1934.
Added by 1_might_B_1 on Aug 10, 2014 12:31 PM
|Elsie Celestino||RE: memorial 110644213|
Hello Irene. Part of the research we did was to put head stones on most of the unmarked graves. I personally do not know right now if he has one or is getting one. If the family put a stone of a none military type we did not double mark those graves. Some of those also have Grand Army of the Republic marks on them to show Civil War service. Try this firstname.lastname@example.org address it to Jeff Richman. He is the head historian of Greenwood. If anybody can help you he sure can. He runs the tours through Greenwood. If you find out if he has a stone. I would be happy to photograph it and send you a copy. Let me know if this helps you.....Elsie....
Added by Elsie Celestino on Jul 09, 2014 7:09 PM
|Elsie Celestino||RE: memorial 110644213|
Hello Irene. I deleted my bio. I am one of the historians at greenwood and I add all civil war records. When a family member asks to change or remove it I do. Yours is better with picture and all. FYI: I used his military and burial records for the information used in my bio. What I wrote was the record we had at Greenwood. We are not related other then find-a-grave friend. Thank you for pointing this out and if I can be for any help to you please ask....Elsie.....
Added by Elsie Celestino on Jul 07, 2014 3:55 PM
|Ace||Louise Kennedy at Riverview Cemetery|
Hi! Photos posted for her.
1. Nicholas Koenig, Sr., 1846 - 1899
2. Nicholas Koenig, Jr., 1873 - 1911
3. Francis Jacob Koenig, 26 Apr 1905 - 13 Jul 1997
4. Jacob Koenig, 1869 - 1941
5. Mary M. Koenig, 1880 - 1955
If you add photo requests I will post the photos I took.
Added by Ace on Jun 01, 2014 1:03 PM
I am sorry about that first message. I did not find the actual grave but the picture I put on the memorial page is the general area.
Sorry for the confusion, but this cemetery is the worst and I have looked into each and every photo request and I am done with it. I don't think I am ever going back.
Added by joiseygirl on May 30, 2014 2:18 PM
|john steele||RE: 79620174|
I created the entries for most of the cemetery from a survey done of headstones in the early 2000s. You should put in a photo request. I know there is a lady that goes there regularly who should be able to help you.
Added by john steele on Apr 26, 2014 9:20 AM
|john steele||RE: Memorial 79620174|
I am not related, as far as I know.
Added by john steele on Apr 25, 2014 3:52 PM
|Robert Emerick||RE: memorial 90733006|
The mother of Frederick Heller--maiden
name--" Anna Barbara Stump or Stumpp"
can be found in the in the Trinity
Lutheran Church records of 1760, Reading,
PA. Frederick Heller (1763-1837).
Father, of Frederick Heller; Ludwig
W. Heller, a barber by trade.
Trust this information will help in
forming your family tree.
Added by Robert Emerick on Apr 13, 2014 8:27 AM