|phil miller||Thank You|
I appreciate you taking time to fulfill this request. Thank you very much from Stan's home town. Padre Phil Miller
Added by phil miller on Jul 25, 2014 4:00 AM
|scottsheat||RE: Chelmsford Cemetery and Crematorium|
On the death registration, they are not calculated - they are given - sometimes (depends on what decade) the full birth date is given - on some, only the year
Added by scottsheat on Jul 24, 2014 9:23 AM
|A AAA American at Find A Grave||Re: second|
I am glad youall are going to Communist China.
My both parents, Mr. and Mrs. De Mallie taught as per direct invitation from both US and Communist Chinese Presidents, they chose not to return the fourth time as per the killing of students in the Square.
My firm, A US Corporation, as President of in Communist China and Mongolia in conjunction with Mercedes Benz, USA did a GOBI live feature.
Anyone, as on here, may say anything but actions speak volumes. Facts are exact, not mere opinion.
On the Mrs. ,if you as I read/know actual history, it is done for respect. As ladies attained the Title from Marriage.
Here I can show you a basis on the Mrs. .
Mrs., first recorded in the early A.D. 1582 and 17th century, was originally, like Miss, an abbreviation of mistress. Mrs. and mistress were at first used interchangeably in all contexts, but by the second half of that century, the written form of the abbreviation was largely confined to use as a title preceding a married woman's surname.
A title of respect prefixed to the name of a married woman: Mrs. Smith.
Random House Dictionary, Random House, Inc. 2014.
Used as a courtesy title for a married or widowed woman (from "mistress")
The American HeritageŽ Abbreviations Dictionary Random House Dictionary,2014.
The Mrs. is for "one's wife".
On the important Title of Mrs. please read more if you care/ dare as Women fought to have this difference shown in legal documentation too.
Hope this helps show youall the actual and factual now as why to all Women in the world it was/is so very important.
If marriage and title was not why would women get married wearing wedding rings on either the left or right hands? Yes not a Miss but a Mrs. !
Inasmuch as well look how long it took for women to obtain the VOTE!
In England ask your M.P. the question.
Keep up the wonderful memorial works your doing.
Do you give mere contributing members credit for supplying DATA/information on your memorials as many others on here do too?
Please add me as your friend. On Find A Grave now here too.
Jonathan Robert De Mallie
Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Jul 22, 2014 2:34 PM
Thank you kindly!!!!
Added by amaliet on Jul 20, 2014 10:11 AM
|TANYA BIRNIE||nursing sister A E Dawes|
thank you so much for taking the time to get the photograph that I requested. It is very much appreciated
Added by TANYA BIRNIE on Jul 19, 2014 3:42 PM
|A. Sherry||Thank You|
I would like to thank you very much for the wonderful photograph you uploaded of the Runnymede Memorial for my mother's uncle, Pilot Officer John Robert Morton, who was shot down by enemy action off the coast of Holland during WWII. Your kindness is very much appreciated.
Added by A. Sherry on Jul 18, 2014 4:55 AM
|SIMON PEARSON||Joseph Stanley Bergin ( Stan )|
My sincere thanks to you both for providing the photograph of the plaque. We live in Australia, so have no chance of visiting.
Stan had a daughter , born three months before his death. He saw her shortly before his last flight.
Apart from a photograph of him, a few documents and anecdotes from Elizabeth's mother, nothing was known of him. Only now that I, (Simon, Liz's husband) have started a family tree have details come to light.
One of the exciting discoveries is an RAF film featuring Stan in his role as a navigator.
If you are interested, then you can access it on my Youtube Channel...it is in two parts.
Very many thanks to you both,
Simon and Liz.
Added by SIMON PEARSON on Jul 17, 2014 4:59 AM
|Anne Franklin||Robert Cunningham|
Many thanks for the photograph of my great uncle Bobby's memorial at Runnymeade. It is much appreciated. We belong to the very north of Scotland and had no idea about this memorial. The internet makes finding out this type of information so easy. I will now put this on our family tree.
Many thanks for your kindness
Added by Anne Franklin on Jul 17, 2014 3:09 AM
|Rich Vance||Runnymede Memorial|
Hi Julia & Keld,
Thank you ever so much for getting a photo of my Uncle W.A. Tustin's name on panel 280.
Getting back to England is on my bucket list, but unsure if my health will allow. I was deployed to R.A.F. Upper Hayford near Oxford for Desert Storm in '91. Didn't get a chance to do much sightseeing (we were a bit busy at the time). ^_^
God bless you both.
Added by Rich Vance on Jul 16, 2014 11:43 PM
|Louise Kaye||Provis Cumberworth|
Many thanks for the photo!! My Family & I very much appreciate that you have taken time out to organise this for us!!
Warmest regards to you both!!
Louise Kaye :)
Added by Louise Kaye on Jul 16, 2014 8:02 PM
|Bob Ramsdell||George Woolrich|
Hi---thank you so much for sending the memorial photos for my uncle George Woolrich. He was lost at sea during WWII. This means so much to our family. ---- Jo Woolrich Ramsdell
Added by Bob Ramsdell on Jul 16, 2014 7:40 PM
|Susan (Higgs) McCormick||Arthur Connor Gravesite|
Hello Julia and Keld,
Thank you so much for the photo of the gravesite of Arthur Connor. It was very much appreciated and very kind of you.
Added by Susan (Higgs) McCormick on Jul 16, 2014 5:20 PM
|TANYA BIRNIE||annie simmons|
thank you so much for taking the picture of Annie Simmons for me . It is very much appreciated.
Added by TANYA BIRNIE on Jul 16, 2014 3:43 PM
Thanks so much for the pic. I do appreciate it. Have a good one. :)
Added by DMLeForce on Jul 16, 2014 3:28 PM
Thanks for doing the photo. He is the relative of a very close friend in Nova Scotia... he is THE relative my friend honors every Remembrance Day.-- Amy
Added by amyinleeds on Jul 16, 2014 3:01 PM
|Tracey Moule||J I Gamble|
I would like to say a very big thank you for taking the time to photograph James' name for me. As I have only just discovered him as a relative I am trying to find out as much as possible - he was my elderly mother's first cousin but never knew he existed. She will be thrilled to see your photograph.
Added by Tracey Moule on Jul 16, 2014 2:48 PM
Hi, many thanks for taking this image, it is a super image....I also see another name on it that is of interest.
Added by hoprigg on Jul 16, 2014 2:33 PM
|Nancy Poppin Umland||RE: Russiian Molokans in America|
Forgot to tell you about my roots.
Dad's parents were born in Kars, Russia (now Eastern Turkey). His father was Ivan Fedorovich Poppin and his mother was Hanya Nickolivna Seminishev. Both died in the 1960's. The colony lived on Potrero Hill in San Francisco and many moved around trying to find a right place to live. Others moved out of the city as they became affluent.
I do not speak Russian, but wanted to do something for the descendants. I've posted obituaries, marriage transcriptions, death transcriptions, articles, etc. If you type my name Nancy Poppin Umland on the web, you will see my name all over the place.
Added by Nancy Poppin Umland on Jul 14, 2014 12:21 PM
|Nancy Poppin Umland||RE: Russiian Molokans in America|
The Russian Molokan is an offshoot from the Russian Orthodox church. They were pacifists, no alcohol, no vices and were persecuted in Russia. The immigration started in 1903 (?) when a Russian delegation came to America to check out the Los Angeles area.
The influx started in 1905 when my grandfather immigrated through Galveston Texas.
There is a website molokane.org and a Russian Molokan message board. The cemeteries are in Kerman, Los Angeles, Commerce, Mexico, San Francisco, Sheridan, Shafter, etc. That is where the bulk are buried.
These people were farmers and as the children became Americanized they became more educated and moved away from the family values i.e. marrying outside of the Molokan religion. My father married 'out'.
I've been researching them since 2000 and helped Dad write his book about his family and the Molokans.
Thank you for asking. There is still much work to be done. Andy Conovaloff lives in Arizona and is a Molokan historian having traveled to Hawaii to research the Molokan settlement there in the pineapple fields.
There is lots of history.
Added by Nancy Poppin Umland on Jul 14, 2014 12:17 PM
|Nancy Poppin Umland||Russiian Molokans in America|
Hi..just read your profile.
I am documenting the Russian Molokans. They immigrated starting 1905 and primarily live in the Los Angeles area. Other colonies are San Francisco (Russian Sectarian Cemetery complete inventory with photos), Vacaville, Oregon, Arizona, Australia.
Added by Nancy Poppin Umland on Jul 14, 2014 9:25 AM
|DaveWash||RE: Janet (Baby) Carr|
Thank you for catching my duplicate memorial entry. I have deleted it. Don't know how I managed to get it in without it being flagged as a dupe. Thanks!
dave (AKA as DaveWash on FindAGrave)
Added by DaveWash on Jul 13, 2014 7:39 AM
|Ray Durrant||RE: St Margaret of Antioch|
Thanks for your message,I did a search before I created page but found nothing.
Added by Ray Durrant on Jul 12, 2014 7:12 AM
|Michael Kountz||Robert Abraham|
Hello! I just noticed you had added a memorial for my 4th great grandfather Robert Abraham. Are you descended from him as well?
Added by Michael Kountz on Jul 05, 2014 6:09 PM
|Christine Anne Packer||Ascension Parish Burial Ground?|
When are you two going to be in Cambridge again, as Martin and I look forward to meeting you? C.P.
Added by Christine Anne Packer on Jul 04, 2014 7:26 AM
|Helenor Barron Jones||Emily Louisa Augusta Bunbury|
The date of death given in her probate record is 18 Mar 1863. Also BMD is jan-mar 1863.
I hope this is a help
Added by Helenor Barron Jones on Jun 29, 2014 2:12 PM