|S Bass||Wilbers and others|
I was wondering, you have many of my relatives that you are maintaining. I don't recognize the name, so I am wondering how we might be related and if I might be able to have some of the graves transferred to me. Can you please message me privately?
Added by S Bass on Jun 11, 2014 6:45 PM
|Carol||Bertie Bray Gardom 27277925|
I requested a photo for Bertie Gardom's headstone; however, I received a response that all headstones in the cemetery have been photographed. So there evidently is not a headstone for Bertie. Would you please make that note on her memorial so that others will not make a photo request? Thanks so much, Carol
Added by Carol on Mar 04, 2014 9:18 AM
|Linda Morice||Addison Shakespeare Noblitt|
Found your flower on ASN as a leaf in your tree. Recently found obit for Addison Shakespeare Noblitt died 1942 in Denton MT among box of news clippings collected my my great grandmother. Happy to send it or transcribe it for you.
Added by Linda Morice on Dec 31, 2013 7:54 PM
|tricia potter||Pearl Hill|
I have the obituary for her and would be happy to scan and send it to you to add to her memorial. Please let me know if you would like it sent. I would also need an address to send it to and I do NOT share any email addresses with anyone.
Added by tricia potter on Dec 05, 2013 12:58 PM
|June Friesner Beason||Wells Family|
My grandmother was Lettie Wells Summers d/o John Wells & Alpha E.F. Tate. John was the some of John Wells and Mary "Polly" Stewart. My # is #47184004. If you will look at my Wells Virtual Cemetery, I can hook of a lot of these people for you. I would really like to see children connected to parents. Are you descended from Cynthia Wells Love? If so, have you been in touch with Ben Love? Would love to help connect these people up.
Added by June Friesner Beason on Apr 04, 2013 4:36 PM
|Sharon Linneer||Alma, NM|
I have added some tombstone photos to the Alma, NM Cemetery. If you would be willing to transfer them to me, I could add additional information and link them with family members. I added Boyd Ashby, Lyda Ashby, Bartlett Shellhorn, W B Shellhorn, Ralph Shellhorn, John L. Shellhorn, & W. A. Trotter. I know all the connections with the other Shellhorns but do not have photos to add.
Added by Sharon Linneer on Mar 22, 2012 5:02 PM
|glsing||Hulda & Buster Clark|
I am working on history of church where Hulda and Buster went to church (first members) I would like to obtain permission to use pictures and memorials you have posted in history book. You may reach me at email@example.com
Added by glsing on Jan 31, 2012 8:36 PM
Hi there, I saw your loving tribute to Cecil Van Leverich. I am researching the Leverich family (I am related), and have 300+ Leverich family memorials here. Could you please contact me as I am very interested in creating a family picture tree and also to validate some information I have; I would greatly appreciate it! My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Many thanks!! J.
Added by Jayson1962 on Jul 01, 2011 1:47 AM
|June Friesner Beason||John and Alpha Wells|
Hi. John and Alpha Wells are my great-grandparents. I do have better pictures of their gravestone. Will look them up and add them. I also have pictures of them. How are you related to this Wells family? I have done quite a bit of research on them and have the family proven back to John's father John. I also have the possible connection beyond that. Would love to exchange information with you. You can contact me at Treehunter@rap.midco.net.
Added by June Friesner Beason on May 02, 2011 1:40 PM
|Sharon Linneer||Alma, NM Cemetery|
I would like to have the Shellhorn's in Alma cemetery transfered to me. I could put up many tombstone pictures and give more detailed information. My ID # is 47125252.
Thank you for your consideration,
Added by Sharon Linneer on Jun 26, 2010 1:26 PM
See that you have made a photo request for Crown Crest Cemetery in Clearfield (Hyde) PA. I just found this website and I feel bad that you have been waiting so long for photos. I am going to try to do this Cemetery tomorrow, if it doesn't rain or snow that is. Hopefully I will be able to fill your photo requests.
Added by akf on Apr 18, 2010 11:38 AM
|Raymond S Feigh||Genealogy Inquiry !!!!!|
I am looking and researching this evening, and came across the memorial in your care for one Nancy T. Brown...I see that you were not the original owner of this memorial, so was wondering if you may help me... I am looking for a Nancy T Brown (nee Rainbolt) Is there any chance it would be this lady??? We only had an abt DOB of 1841...Probably not the same, but never hurts to ask...
Thank-you for your time & consideration,
Rainbolt Family Member,
R S Feigh
Added by Raymond S Feigh on Oct 27, 2009 8:43 PM
|peggy hookham||Grave Stones|
Your very welcome. I am glad I could help you. The Cemetery isn't very far from me.
Added by peggy hookham on Oct 08, 2009 2:34 PM
|rms||william andrew evans|
You requested a picture of his tombstone. Are you related?
I am the caretaker of Phillips cemetery and am looking for family of the people who are buried here. My email is email@example.com
Marlene Phillips Sands
Added by rms on Jun 23, 2009 10:55 PM
|Judi||Longs Run, Ohio|
After 7 hours and 3 days in the snow and rain, I got all of the pictures I wanted from Longs Run. In 5 minutes of downloading to the computer, I lost them all. I am so sorry! I hit the delete button by accident and lost over 100 pictures. I will be going back in July and will do my best to get your pictures then.
Added by Judi on Apr 13, 2009 7:14 PM
|Judi||Longs Run Cemetery, Ohio|
My name is Judi and I will be at the Longs Run Cemetery in April. Do you still want pictures? I would be glad to get them for you. Let me know.
Added by Judi on Mar 25, 2009 10:04 AM
are you a wells ? If soI have some infor on a wells famliy
Added by lucy on Feb 19, 2009 6:37 PM
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding the Wells and Landress family buried at Forest Hills Cemetery.
Added by SteveL on Jan 21, 2009 7:08 PM
I would like to correspond with you about your Wells Family. It looks like we maybe related. Please let me know.
Added by Hope on Dec 13, 2008 3:28 PM
|Lee - Ann||Happy to help!|
You are most welcome!! I needed to re-visit for photos for myself, so it was a prime time to visit! I'm glad that those details actually helped you, for some it's nothing, but I do my best when there is more than one to describe everything as much as possible. It's tough being so distant from the area, yet wanting to be there full-time to really look at the "big picture". Don't hesitate to email me again should you need others in the area!
Added by Lee - Ann on Sep 30, 2008 9:09 PM
I searched & searched for the Brannon grave sites that you requested from the Coffelt Cemetery but could not find them.
Added by Michael Gower on Sep 28, 2008 5:27 PM
|Michael Gower||Sam Evans|
The date on the stone for Samuel Evans does not agree with the date on the memorial page.
Also, the graves of Mattie & Samuel Evans are side by side.
Added by Michael Gower on Sep 28, 2008 5:22 PM
|Michael Gower||Mattie Evans|
I posted the picture of Mattie Evans' grave from Coffelt Cemetery on her memorial page. The birth date that you have on the page does not agree with the headstone.
Just thought I would let you know.
Added by Michael Gower on Sep 28, 2008 5:15 PM
No problem. Anytime. This website has helped me so much with my family research. So I try to help all I can. Thanks on the compliment of my name. It is pronounced Robin. Silent "A" my mom is a Hood. get it Robin Hood. :) But people call me Ro-bean-a all the time. Take Care.
Added by Robina Wilson on Sep 03, 2008 2:45 PM
|Richard Lockhart||Phillip Noblitt|
Hi, I am writing a book on Confederate Soldiers of Mercer County (West Virginia) (the county where I live) and a Union soldier by the name of Phillip Noblitt fought here in 1862 at the Battle of Clark House and Princeton. Do you know if this is the same Pvt. Philip Noblitt?
Noblitt, Phillip -- Pvt. - 23rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Co. C UNION
One of the 23 Federals who were wounded at the Battle of the Clark House, Camp Creek, Virginia (Mercer County) May 1, 1862 - Jackson's Shenandoah Valley Campaign – The North referred to it as the Battle of Camp Creek.
Added by Richard Lockhart on Aug 31, 2008 4:50 AM