JASPER'S GRAVE MARKER POSTED.
Added by Bill Gransee on Mar 14, 2014 5:20 PM
|Joyce Snell||John E. Lanham|
Am attempting to locate a John E. Lanham, son of George & Nancy Urton Lanham. My info states he died in Hutchinson, KS in 1921 (born in WVA).
Added by Joyce Snell on May 28, 2012 9:55 AM
|Lois (Steinberg) Adams (Gregory) and Daughters||Massey|
Information added on Elizabeth Massey. thanks. Lois Adams
Added by Lois (Steinberg) Adams (G... on Mar 11, 2012 9:48 AM
|Farrar and related families||Caldwell|
Thank you for your follow up note. I thank you for your info.
Added by Farrar and related famili... on Dec 03, 2011 12:53 AM
Thanks so much for helping to clear all of this up, I had been been researching the McCartneys abt 13 years now and that one sliped by me for sure.
I now remember that I seen a record somewhere for Alice that says she was a Luckey! That explaines that one.
I do have all the McCartney Marriages for Randolph and Jay countys and had Phebe as Phebe Lucky..
We live here in Randolph and I will keep and eye out for Samuel Luckey.
So close my son gos to Deerfield School.
I have some pictures of Brothers of Joseph B McCartney and will be glad to share with you..
Added by David Kennedy on Aug 22, 2011 10:40 AM
You are very welcome. I enjoyed reading each of their bios. Nicely done!
Added by Heather on Jul 22, 2011 12:03 PM
|Theresa Brown||George W.Smith|
I need some information on George W.& Elizabeth C. Patterson Smith's family.Namely thrir children.Any information you might share will be greatly appreciated.
Added by Theresa Brown on Jul 11, 2011 2:54 PM
|Winkler Marti||john massey|
I am trying to connect the dots between John Massey, who was a half brother to Roy E Massey. Their father was spose to be Isaasc Massey. Don't know if he was John's biological father or not. Thanks.
Added by Winkler Marti on Jul 07, 2011 5:00 PM
|N Wickam||Mary Elizabeth Sanders Fly|
I left her birth date as it was on her death certificate, but noted when the 1870 census was taken. Believe she was born in Mar 1869.
Added by N Wickam on May 08, 2011 12:42 PM
|Jerry and Peggy||John P. Sanders|
You did a nice job on his memorial.
Added by Jerry and Peggy on May 04, 2011 10:47 AM
|James Richards||Elizabeth Davenport Horn|
I noticed the note you left on Jesse J. Horn's memorial and -- not sure if this will be of interest to you but I'll take a chance that it is...
I have added his wife's Elizabeth Horn's memorial and a photo of her headstone located in Mount Zion Cemetery, Hardin Cty, KY.
Added by James Richards on Feb 21, 2011 9:34 AM
Glad you got him where he is correctly listed. I knew there was a Crandall Cemetery in Ness County Kansas and wondered if that wasn't where he belonged. Thanks for your help.
Added by RisingSun on Jul 29, 2010 9:52 PM
Crandall Cemetery, Coffey Co. Kansas. My husband and I have been going there working on memorials. Today we went specifically looking for this marker. We searched the entire cemetery and did not find the marker. Are you sure it is in Crandall Cemetery, Coffey Co. Kansas?
Added by RisingSun on Jul 28, 2010 5:14 PM
|Cheryl Nienhaus||Mary "Polly" Jones|
I wanted to let you know that her maiden name was Cast.
Added by Cheryl Nienhaus on Aug 16, 2009 7:51 AM
|Debbie||RE: Williams Cemetery, Grayson Co.|
I've made changes to the Williams and Skaggs buried at Williams Cemetery, Rock Creek. Thank you for making me aware of the corrections. I am taking care of my mother, who has advanced dementia, so I've not been doing much on the findagrave sites for a while. She is a fulltime job! I have pictures from the Williams Cemetery that I need to add to findagrave.
My great-grandmother was Eliza Ellen Skaggs Scott, the daughter of Martin Buren and Mary Layman Skaggs, the granddaughter of Martin B. and Mary Skaggs Skaggs, and the great-granddaughter of Henry and Ann Bass Skaggs.
My great-grandparents (Ellen and James Winfield Scott) and grandparents (Willie and Eudora Irene Scott) are buried at the Rock Creek Church Cemetery.
I would like to spend a few days at Williams and Old Field Skaggs Cemeteries, checking for stones that are buried by overgrowth and cleaning up, straightening, and repairing the stones that are there.
I would love to receive any information you care to share on your family line. I do not belong to ancestry.com so I cannot access it that way.
Added by Debbie on Aug 03, 2009 10:53 AM
Hello! What is your relationship to Dee & Isla Osborn? Carol
Added by Carol Bayless-Reed on Apr 22, 2009 2:41 PM
|Cindy Baldogo||RE: Greenbrier Cemetery|
You are very welcome. It's always my pleasure to be able to help!
Added by Cindy Baldogo on Apr 21, 2009 7:32 PM
I'm back......my new address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Bev on Mar 30, 2009 11:57 AM
|Dan & Barbara||Wilkinson's|
Hey it really doz our hearts good when a reletive of one of the memorials claims it. We started this, mainly because we was afraid that some of these graves and headstones would not be readable to much longer. Once we got started we figured why not do the whole cemetery row by row and we have had a lot of fun doing it. With that in mind, once again it is great that you have claimed these reletives memorials. THEY HAVE BEEN TRANSFERED TO YOU!
Dan & Barbara
Added by Dan & Barbara on Jan 31, 2009 10:03 AM
|Rita Collvins Mayfield||Wilkerson memorial|
I am so glad to have found someone who knows who Unknown Wilkerson really is. Tht is why I added the information, in hopes family would see it. I am so glad to transfer him to you. I would be glad to do so on the others, but I did not create them. If you will email Phillip he will be more than glad to transfer the others to you. He is a nice guy.
When I first went to Grissom Cemetery, you could not see the stones at all. Old johnson grass was almost head high over the entire area. We went back home and got some tools and cleaned out walk-ways to all the stones and I used my hedge trimmer to clip around the stones enough to photograph them. It makes me so sad to see cemeteries in this kind of condition. Grissom is a difficult cemetery to find as a lake has gone in on one side. You must drive along a person's wheat field to approach it. The Town of Hobart, Ok put in the lake and owns the property the cemetery is on. They have no intention of caring for the cemetery and wishes most people would just forget about it. So sad.
Added by Rita Collvins Mayfield on Jan 27, 2009 7:33 AM