|Saenger||Re: Royce Alexander Strong|
Royce was my grandmother Margaret Strong Vahl's brother. I'm just now dipping my toe into the waters of genealogy, so I'm finding out how many threads there are to follow in building a family tree!
Added by Saenger on Mar 18, 2015 10:45 AM
|LSJRJT||RE: John G Nelson - 35761533|
Yes, Ellie!! I would like any information you have on this!! My email address is LSJRJT@YAHOO.COM if it would be easier to send it that way. Thanks!!
Added by LSJRJT on Mar 04, 2015 5:26 PM
|LSJRJT||RE: John G Nelson - 35761533|
Oh...... yes yes yes!!! He is on the 1870 US Census with (I'm assuming) his brother O.F. Nelson.......... but they are living with my ancestor, Charles Wright.
I am thinking..... That Charles Wright and these boys might be related.
I also found this reference:
John G. NELSON was a settler who found his way to section 4, and there has a fine home. He came after the Rebellion closed which was in the autumn of 1865.
If you have any information that may link John to Charles..... I would really appreciate it. You can send directly to my email of LSJRJT@YAHOO.COM.
Thank you soooooooooooo much!!!
Added by LSJRJT on Feb 02, 2015 2:06 PM
|LSJRJT||John G Nelson - 35761533|
Hi Ellie!! I have found John G Nelson among your sites...... and am wondering if his wife is Orilla Jensen Nelson. It looks like they are together in the 1880 Census with two children, Orilla's mother and sister.
If you agree, please connect them. Do you know anything about this couple? I believe John G Nelson stayed with my great great grandfather Charles Wright when he first came to this country in 1865.
Added by LSJRJT on Jan 06, 2015 5:29 PM
|ImAGenealogyGirl||Sarah Newton Ewing Guymon|
I saw that you posted a picture of Sarah. Her father (Jackson) is my ggg grandfather. Do you have any information on him, or his son George W. Ewing?
Added by ImAGenealogyGirl on Mar 24, 2014 2:14 PM
|Jon Crouse||RE: Eva Jewitt|
I was a little surprised by the Haley Cemetery. My cousin was hunting mushrooms and he came across it. He was telling me about the "Colored" graves. There were six. We hiked across country to get to it because the drive was washed out.
It was mowed and cared for. Most of the broken stones was placed where they belonged, but was covered by grass.
I believe it was originally a family cemetery. The oldest grave appeared to be marked "Jane" no other name. Marked "Colored Woman" Born Aug 1801 Died Sep 1844. The next oldest was Charles Medlock Haley born in 1844 and died in 1846. There was another Charles Haley who was born Jan 31 1788 and Died in 1862 from being kicked by a mule.
Maybe some day you can stop by the grave and leave a flower and say hello to your family.
The last grave was dated 1940.
Added by Jon Crouse on Dec 23, 2013 2:01 AM
|Frank Murphy||RE: Marion McCulley|
Your so very welcome. I was surprised that Marions stone was in such good condition considering its age.
Added by Frank Murphy on Oct 24, 2012 8:50 AM
|Sue Henry||RE: Rebecca Kincaid|
Hi Ms. Duree, I would love to transfer your Gr.Gr. Grandmother to you, if you would like ?? I'm not sure which one she is, (Rebecca ??) if you would go to the ones that you would like, and hit that edit button, I'll sure send your family to you to connect and correct. There is an Alonzo Sr. and Jr., would you like them as well ? I am assuming they are Father and Son.
I sure will check for Harvey Perry's stone also. He may be on the same stone as Rebecca. I had not been doing this so long, that I would have checked the back or sides of the stone for anyone else listed on there. (live and learn i guess) Thank you for hollering at me, I will wait for your response. Sue
Added by Sue Henry on Mar 02, 2012 4:22 PM
|B.J. Nelson||Duree Family|
My grandmother was a Duree. She was the daughter of Peter Walls Duree, granddaughter of Isaac Duree, great-granddaughter of Peter Walls and Anna. How are we related?
Added by B.J. Nelson on Feb 19, 2012 12:47 AM
yES, i REALLY WOULD LIKE A FULL PICTURE OF THE GRAVESTONE/MARKER FOR aLFRED pOSS.
Added by Terri Frieler on Nov 08, 2011 10:45 PM
|Frank Murphy||RE: Frances Strong|
Keep up all you research and the best of luck!
Added by Frank Murphy on Sep 11, 2011 11:25 AM
|Frank Murphy||RE: George Strong|
Happy to photograph some of the George family. Too bad the Frances George Stone is unreadable.
Added by Frank Murphy on Sep 08, 2011 10:49 PM
|A. Hinds C.||Betty Buckman|
Thanks for her maiden name...found her parents.
Added by A. Hinds C. on Sep 05, 2011 7:03 PM
|A. Hinds C.||William Enoch Buckman|
Hello again Ellie,
I have just entered your Husbands memorial. I will not ask for a headstone photo at this time. I want to give you time in case you want it transfered to you (which I will be happy to do). Just let me know any time.
Added by A. Hinds C. on Sep 03, 2011 5:24 PM
|A. Hinds C.||RE: Betty Buckman #74255590|
Thank you for the memorial transfer. I have updated it with what I do know about her, but I still haven't found her maiden name yet so I can't yet name her parents.
Thank you again.
Added by A. Hinds C. on Sep 03, 2011 4:05 PM
|A. Hinds C.||Betty Buckman #74255590|
I am a direct descendant of the pioneer Buckman and Hinds families in Tulare Co. Betty is the wife of Guy V. Buckman Jr. the grandson of my great uncle Enoch James Buckman. If you are not a relative, would you mind transfering her memorial to me, I have quite a bit of information on her I would like to add.
Thank you A. Hinds C. membership #47290111
Added by A. Hinds C. on Sep 02, 2011 4:17 PM
|Frank Murphy||RE: Sophronia Strong|
More than taking pictures of gravestones, I think of them as real peaple. Your so very welcome.
Added by Frank Murphy on Jul 13, 2011 4:55 PM
|Genealogy Bug Kate||Linslaw Cemetery|
Thanks so much for taking the photo of Earl L. Boring's marker. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by Genealogy Bug Kate on May 07, 2011 1:25 PM
|Genealogy Bug Kate||Pacific Sunset Memorial Park|
Thanks for taking the photos of William and Gertrude Boring's markers. They are greatly appreciated.
Added by Genealogy Bug Kate on May 07, 2011 9:03 AM
Hi Ellie- I imaged the plot where M Eslinger is buried. Unfortunately, there is no marker which is not uncommon for many of the 19th century graves. I took the image so you could see the location of the grave just to the left and behind the one for Charles Gwartney and going up to the closest corner of the recently resurfaced grave on the right. You can also find it on the map at Evergreen Cemetery records, just search for her and click on the map http://www.springsgov.com/cemetery/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabindex=1&tabid=2
Added by MSB on May 03, 2011 5:56 PM
|Washington State Cemetery Association||Cauthorn photos|
Thank you so much for the photo of the Cauthorn headstone!
Added by Washington State Cemetery... on Apr 29, 2011 7:50 AM
|Bridget Driscoll||RE: Della Kennedy|
Your very welcome. Happy Holiday's
Added by Bridget Driscoll on Dec 26, 2010 5:51 PM
Thank you for the photo. I am grateful for your kindness and sincerely appreciate your help.
Have a great day!
Added by Alex Roller on Jul 13, 2010 5:43 AM
|L Wallien||Charles Morgan|
Thank you so much for the great photos of Charles Morgan's tombstone! I really appreciate it.
Added by L Wallien on Mar 24, 2010 3:55 PM
|Genealogy Bug Kate||Pacific Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery|
Thanks so much for the photo of Lafayette and Margaret Boring's markers. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by Genealogy Bug Kate on Feb 02, 2010 3:40 PM