|Janet Marie||Jane A. Treat # 128779283|
I believe that I found the grave of a daughter of Royal and Elizabeth Treat that you may not be aware of. Jane A. Treat died Oct. 1, 1858 and is buried in Princeton City Cemetery. She was 11 months old.
The stone is off its base and is extremely difficult to read. During a recent cemetery clean-up, I did my best to clean the stone with water and a soft brush to determine the last name and the middle part of the stone.
I did go ahead and link her to Royal and Elizabeth. If you think I am incorrect, please leave a message for me on my Find A Grave page, and I will be happy to change it.
Added by Janet Marie on Sep 08, 2014 4:22 PM
|Marie and Bruce Newell||Photo request|
Requesting permission to use the photo of Newark Cemetery in our personal tree. Bruce has a cousin interred there and the photo will make a great addition to our tree.
Marie and Bruce Newell
Added by Marie and Bruce Newell on Feb 12, 2014 12:02 PM
|Kelly Froemel||Photo Permission|
Good Morning, I'm writing to ask for permission to use your photo of the gates at the Newark Cemetery in Beloit for my family tree. Thank you!
Added by Kelly Froemel on Oct 29, 2012 11:40 PM
|Rebecca Wright||Aspland grave photos|
Just wanted to let you know I made the copies of the photos and wanted to again thank you for sharing!
Added by Rebecca Wright on Jan 24, 2011 10:45 AM
|Rebecca Wright||Ann Westmoreland Aspland|
Hi again! I would like to ask your permission to copy the photograph you took of my 4th g-grandmother, Ann Aspland, at the Rockton Township Cemetery? Very nice pictures, by the way! Thanks....Rebecca Wright
Added by Rebecca Wright on Jan 10, 2011 10:43 AM
|Rebecca Wright||James S. Aspland|
Hi, I would like to get your permission to copy your photograph of my 4th g-grandfather's grave marker at the Rockton Township Cemetery in Rockton, Illinois?
Thank you - Rebecca Wright
Added by Rebecca Wright on Jan 10, 2011 9:47 AM
|Monkey Cat||Bamblett Cemetery|
Your are amazingly fast. Thank you so much for completing this cemetery for our family.
Added by Monkey Cat on Mar 27, 2010 5:53 AM
|Monkey Cat||STOWELL BAMBLETT CEMETERY|
Thank you so much for photographing our long lost family. I've spent 35 years looking for my GGGrandpa and grandma Calvin and Melinda Stowell family.
Words cannot describe how much this means to the Stowell/Myers family from coast to coast.
Added by Monkey Cat on Mar 25, 2010 8:08 PM