|LeRoy & Marie||Matthew Segler|
Hello Carla, Please contact me at the email listed in our profile. I would be happy to share any Segler information that I have. My wife was married to a Segler at the time of his death. LeRoy
Added by LeRoy & Marie on Oct 20, 2013 8:38 AM
|Matthew Jenkins||Thank you!|
Added by Matthew Jenkins on Oct 19, 2013 10:54 PM
|Deborah M. Hunn Collins||Ollive Niehaus #102830644|
Thanks for the Info, Debi
Added by Deborah M. Hunn Collins on Oct 19, 2013 4:36 PM
|NatalieMaynor||RE: Thomas Addison Kizziah|
I wish I could help, but I don't know anything at all about him other than what's in the picture.
Added by NatalieMaynor on Oct 19, 2013 2:48 PM
|s. stice||Past Sheriffs - Lincoln County|
Many Thanks for that tidbit of info on Shelton ancestor!!! I added it to his bio. s.stice
Added by s. stice on Sep 28, 2013 12:49 AM
|Jon Egge||RE: Josephine Chenoweth|
Thanks for the transfers. the family of Alfred Hamlin Chenoweth (father of Alfred Davenport) was the only Chenoweth to ever be found in Lincoln Co., MO. There never were any in Warren Co. In St Clair Co. we find the family of William Erasmus Chenoweth who was a brother to Alfred Hamlin. Of course it would take me more time to sort out the daughter lines. There were some small children of Alfred Hamlin and Catherine Chenoweth that died young. They are likely to be buried in Lincoln Co. along with Alfred Hamlin I have listed them on Ella Sarah's memorial. Thanks for your help.
Added by Jon Egge on Sep 23, 2013 6:20 PM
|Jon Egge||RE: Josephine Chenoweth|
Carla.. sure I would be glad to accept the transfers of Alfred Hamlin and Josephine Pearl Baker Chenoweth. I will take good care of them. Over the last couple of years I have located over 5,000 Chenoweths on find-a-grave and control pages for over 1,000 of them. It all helps. I don't know yet where Alfred's father, Alfred Hamlin Chenoweth is buried, it maybe in this same cemetery, he died in Lincoln Co., MO November 28, 1887. His wife, Ella Sarah Crume, Alfred Hamlin's mother remarried to G. E. Francisco. I have just relooked at her death cert on line an saw that she was buried in this same Troy cemetery and have added her, 117518870. My Find A Grave is 46871028. Thank you for your work on find-a-grave. Gravers are Great!
Added by Jon Egge on Sep 23, 2013 10:58 AM
|Valenciaღ Angel of Mine ƸӜƷ||Thank You Carla,|
For stopping by my daughter's memorial page, your visit means alot to our family. Thank you for helping me keep her memory alive
Added by Valenciaღ Angel of ... on Sep 20, 2013 6:36 PM
|J Collinsworth||Lansche Photos|
Many, many thanks for taking and posting photos of Lewis/Louis, Catherine and Casper Lansche's grave markers! In the records Lewis's name is found spelled both ways which was very confusing when trying to decide how to put it in Find A Grave. I went with the way it was spelled in his obituary. I think I will change it to the way it is spelled on his tombstone. Hugs, Judy
Added by J Collinsworth on Sep 20, 2013 5:15 PM
|Maureen Davis||RE: It was my pleasure...|
Thank you for thinking of other military families. My grandfather was actually born in the United States (Michigan), and his parents emigrated to Canada when he was a boy. He only lived to be 38 years old.
My son-in-law is a U.S. Marine, and returned from his tour of duty in Afghanistan this year.
So, you see, I really DO APPRECIATE YOU!
Added by Maureen Davis on Sep 11, 2013 10:36 PM
|Maureen Davis||Thomas James Moss|
Thank you for the candle you lit for my maternal grandfather THOMAS JAMES MOSS. I never knew him as he died when my Mom was only 9 years old.
Your candle brings a little light to the family of a man who died so very young.
Added by Maureen Davis on Sep 11, 2013 8:02 PM
|Patricia Gilliland Devoti||RE: #31457136|
Thanks so much for your interest & your efforts today. It was a very hot one.
Added by Patricia Gilliland Devoti on Sep 09, 2013 7:18 PM
|Patti Boyd||Aaron Muck Info|
Sorry it took so long to get back to you! I just now found your comment. My Muck's came from Germany, I believe in the Rhein area. I too have hit a brick wall for many, many years.
Good luck on your research, I hope you are able to find your family.
Patti (Mack) Boyd
Added by Patti Boyd on May 07, 2013 12:20 AM
|Anneli Bird||Thank you|
Thank you for your comment and visit óż xxxx
Added by Anneli Bird on Apr 12, 2013 9:00 PM
I would like to thank you for taking the time to visit the memorial of my dear friend, Stacy Cowell on 1/11/13. You also left a token in her honor.
Added by Cally ♥ on Feb 05, 2013 7:34 PM
Ciao Carla. I want say thanks so much for your recent visit to my family with your lovely tributes and nice words. I appreciated it very much. Thank you again. Happy holidays and Happy New Year.
Added by Ruggero on Dec 27, 2012 4:33 AM
|Mary Standridge||Louie Apple|
Thank you for the beautiful token left for my Daddy. I visit Find A Grave every evening and always end by visiting his site and looking at the tokens left for him.
Added by Mary Standridge on Dec 26, 2012 9:28 PM
To a dear friend,
I would like to thank you on behalf of myself and my family. I am touched by the amount of support and kindness shown at this hard time. I have been so touched looking through my most recent angel's tributes. I have also received messages of solace and support which have meant more than words can say. Also to those of you who have visited my other loved angels. A big hug to you all!!
I am sorry I am not visiting your angels as I still have a bug hanging onto me. I haven't been able to plan anything or get excited about my own birthday just to show how down and out of it I have been. I hope to be back to normal soon. I am better then a few days ago however as back then I couldn't have written this to you so fingers crossed I will get well soon and then I will visit ASAP. I think of you and your angels often and that is the truth. Anyway enough about me...
I just had to thank you for everything you have done. Its a very hard time for us and having support out there is like a light in a dark room. Thank you.
I leave on this note: "The Lord Bless thee, and keep thee; Numbers 6:24 (KJV)Thank you for what you have done for Us.
God Bless you and your loved ones ALWAYS.
The Selwyn Family xx
Added by Anonymous on Nov 09, 2012 4:18 PM
|William "Darrell" Hosey||RE: Davidson Memorial|
Carla, Do you know the parents of these boys? That would be the only way to link them together.
Added by William "Darrell" Hosey on Oct 02, 2012 7:25 AM
|Anonymous||RE: Miss Flower. :-)|
Sorry I would normaly send a much longer message but im not well at the moment so will have to be brief but I wanted to tell you I really appreciated your message.
My grandpearents had it very hard at times but they were the best people you could ever hope to meet and landed on their feet in the end. Your grandpearents memorials were so full of warmth and love I wanted to show my respect and I am pleased you are happy with me sponsering them! I hope we will be great friends!!
Its funny your from Missuori I have 1 family member moving over from there and another friend who lives there! Must be a nice place.
Thank you for remembering Minnie and I send love to your guinea pig angels. Hopefuly you will be able to get more animals one day! (Dont let it get out of control like I have! I am almost a small zoo now with the amount of furries I have!)
Love to your dear furries I liked the names! and family.
Added by Anonymous on Sep 28, 2012 3:56 PM
|Jackie Saulmon Ramirez||William V. Geffroy 44113956|
I transferred Mr. Geffroy back to you. I formatted a little information and added it timeline style on his memorial. Thank you for letting me work on his history, at least we know a little more now than before. I love his stone. The acorns and detail are unique and beautiful. Take care and enjoy!
Added by Jackie Saulmon Ramirez on Sep 28, 2012 12:10 PM
|purple-lady||* Sending Thanks *|
Hello Carla, stopping by to say how much I appreciate you taking the time to honor my family. My sincere condolences of the loss of your loved ones. Take care & have a pleasant day.
Added by purple-lady on Sep 28, 2012 5:39 AM
Thank you for the beautiful tribute you left for my dear Flower. It was so touching!
Blessings to you and yours.
Added by Anonymous on Sep 26, 2012 7:31 AM
|Jackie Saulmon Ramirez||RE: William Geffroy #44113956|
It had been so long that I wasn't sure who you were talking about, then I saw the photo and remembered which one instantly. William V. Geffroy's stone is just beautiful, so austere that it commands your attention. I love it! He may not be famous but the stone is in my opinion. Have you ever seen one like it? I doubt it. Imagine what it looked like brand new! That's why I sponsored Geoffrey-- so we could keep more photos up on the memorial. (I have done that only for a few other stones like this one for John Saltar #9476705 that took my breath away. Salter's stone is very small but was made by a popular stone carver of the time, William Valentine, I think.)
William V. Geffroy is not related to me but I would like to add more information from Ancestry if it can be found. If you transferred Geffroy I could add a little more information for him so we could know more about him and his family THEN if you want, I could transfer the memorial back to you. I just thought the stone was so beautiful that it would be nice to give folks online more history rather than just the military service.
Do you use any photo editing software? I was wondering if you could crop your photo to take out your toes? My daughter had several toe shots too.
Are you from this area? I love it too, I'm from Morganton, NC and spent summers on Cedar Island but have lived the last 30 years in New Jersey. We're planning to get back to NC when we retire.
The Old Burying Ground is one very special cemetery; I wish I was near there to catalog every stone! I think it's wonderful that the Historical Society has taken the cemetery under its wing to both shelter and show it off.
I'm rambling on... Take care of yourself and perhaps we'll rub elbows some day. :^)
Added by Jackie Saulmon Ramirez on Sep 26, 2012 5:28 AM
|Patti Boyd||RE: Muck family|
I am so sorry it took me so long to respond back to you. I just came across your message, my email was so full I was going through deleting emails and came across it.
The furthest back I have been able to trace my Muck ancestry is Aaron Muck born 1822 in Washington Co., MD. I know that the family came from Germany but have never been able to trace it back that far. I hit a brick wall at Aaron and cannot find any parents or family other than a sister named Sarah Muck that married a Watson in Knox Co., OH.
I hope you have been able to find out more on your family line and if you haven't, wish you the best of luck. It is so hard and I've practically given up. I've searched for more than 20 years and just can't find anything.
If you ever find a connection to my Aaron Muck please let me know and we can share our info.
Thanks for contacting me! Patti Boyd
Added by Patti Boyd on Jan 19, 2012 2:39 PM