Have made the links you requested. If he is a relative of yours I will happily transfer him and his wife to you. I believe that family should have family.
Added by dlmk on Jul 23, 2012 8:13 PM
|Dixie Rader||RE: Edina Cemetery|
Hello Dennis...My husband is also a descendent of James and Letitia Carpenter. Isabella Carpenter married Joseph Moore. Their son George Carpenter Moore is my husband's great grandfather. George moved to Michigan and married Johanna Augusta Sandblade. Their oldest daughter Anna Marie Moore was my father-in-law's mom. I would be very interested in seeing the Canadian Moore headstones. The Michigan Moores can be found on findagrave at the Evergreen Cemetery in Lake county, Michigan. The Raders there are Anna's children and their descendants. Take care..Dixie
Added by Dixie Rader on Feb 04, 2012 7:38 PM
Thank you for your work on the King records and tombstone picture. Job and Phoebe Freeman King are my gr-gr- grandparents through their daughter Sarah Christie King.
Sarah married Francis E. Versaw and his parents, Francis and Rebecca McDougal Versaw are also buried in the Bethel cemetery at Sodus. Francis and Sarah moved to Johnson County Nebraska where Sarah died in 1885. Francis died in Franklin County Nebraska in 1931.
Added by Norma Steinkruger on Nov 14, 2011 7:56 PM
|Michelle Shreve||RE: Nutting|
Thank you for all the good work you are doing to preserve the cemetery info for future generations. I wish I had the money to replace all the old, decaying headstones of my ancestors. That would be a worthy project:) Yes, I am a Nutting descendant in two ways. My Vorce g-g-grandfather's mother was Caroline Nutting who first married leroy Vorce and then later divorced him ecause she had fallen in love with Albert Buck (the headstone you had photographed for me). She married Albert Buck and I like to think lived a happy life with him. Caroline's son, Harrison Vorce (my g-g-grandfather), married Kittie Nutting, daughter of Royal Nutting. I am descended through their son Berton Vorce. Are you a Nutting descendant? Do you have memorials for the other Nuttings in the Thomas Cemetery? If so, I'll have to look at them. I just recently discovered the names of Kittie's parents so I'm trying to work on the Nutting line now.
Added by Michelle Shreve on Apr 11, 2011 7:57 AM
Thanks you so much for the photo of Albert Buck's headstone. I appreciate you doing this for me. I'm really sorry to see it has deteriorated so badly. I don't know how you could tell it was his. I can't read his name on it in the photo. I guess in person it looked better :)
Added by Michelle Shreve on Apr 10, 2011 8:40 AM
|Gail Radtke||Mary C. Willis|
So glad Mary's stone was found by you and the puzzle of her year of death solved. May spring flowers bloom for you in abundance this month as they are here in Missouri.
Added by Gail Radtke on Mar 15, 2011 8:15 AM
|Barbara ||Wm. & Adeline Cook photos|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my request for tombstone photos of the above couple! They just recently came onto my ancestor 'radar' & I'm thrilled to add them to the family tree. Your photo additions to 'Find A Grave' are very important to people like me who are housebound, elderly or otherwise unable to do the investigations of cemeteries like we use to.
Again, my gratitude to you for your help.
Added by Barbara on Mar 15, 2011 6:27 AM
|Anonymous||Archibald, William George and Ellen McFall|
I have been working a lot on this family for a friend. The tombstone, which is one tombstone with info for 3 people is already on findagrave with photos and the dates are for Archibald McFall, born 1786, his son William George McFall and William's wife Ellen (Helen) Brodie McFall. She used both Ellen and Helen. The entry in the McFall web-site of birth records is for William George McFall, son of the Archibald McFall who was the son of William George and Ellen Brodie McFall and grandson of the 1786 Archibald McFall. I have Quebec church records fro the McFalls and Brodies and some county histories from Iowa and Nebraska with information about them. William George McFall, died 1891, may be buried in Perth, Ontario, but he was living in Cass County, Nebraska, in the 1880's, as was his son Archibald and his family.
Added by Anonymous on Nov 16, 2010 2:54 AM
|Gail Radtke||no message left|
As you can see, there was no message left for me in the message box. How can I help you?
Added by Gail Radtke on Sep 22, 2010 10:22 AM
|Lorna McMahon||Zion Methodist Cemetery, Wallace township of Perth county|
I am afraid I have bad news for you, Dennis. I did a google search on "McFall" + "Wallace township"
Check out these two links:
These links will show Archibald and Ellen (Morrow) with Wm. George born 1870.
And when I checked out the OCFA, it shows an Ellen McFall not Helen. So I have an awful feeling that the Archibald buried at Zion is not the one you are searching for.
I am still willing to go to Zion cemetery, but I don't want you to be disappointed. Lorna:)
Added by Lorna McMahon on Sep 13, 2010 8:29 PM
|Lorna McMahon||RE: Perth County Cemeteries|
Glad to hear from you! I have an Atlas from 1879 and it shows a church at the location you described. If you add this cemetery to findagrave, I would not mind running over there and getting a cemetery photo. I go to church nearby in Wallace township. If there are any others buried in this cemetery that you would like to enter memorials for, I can get photos for their memorials too. Hope to hear from you again. Lorna:)
Added by Lorna McMahon on Sep 13, 2010 4:56 PM
|Steve Arnold||Palmer Austin|
Thank you so very much for taking this picture. For me it gives tangible proof that he truly exsist. Many people have argued in Genealogy forums for Austin of the existance of this grave.
Palmer was my 3rd Great Grandfather.
Thanyou again for all that you do for Find A Grave.
Added by Steve Arnold on Apr 05, 2010 7:51 AM
|Kenneth J. Baker||Shoemaker|
Thanks for the photo. If I can ever return the favor in St. Joe County just ask. thanks again
Added by Kenneth J. Baker on Apr 03, 2010 5:03 AM
Hello Dennis - Thanks for the great picture of the Kidds in Hill Cemetery. Marcia
Added by Marcia DeHaven on Apr 02, 2010 8:16 PM
Thank you so much for taking a photo of the Joseph Edwards grave for me.
Added by Judyvv on May 04, 2009 8:01 AM
|pat mccaw||frary headstones|
dennis,thank you for the headstone pictures.patrick
Added by pat mccaw on May 03, 2009 5:27 PM
|pam beach||Versaw headstone|
Thank you so much for the photo of Francis and Rebecca Versaw's marker. I truly appreciate what you have done. Pam
Added by pam beach on Apr 26, 2009 4:26 PM
Thank you so much for taking the photo's it means so much.
Added by Nightpriss on Nov 09, 2008 10:25 AM
|K. Clinard||Grace M. Clinard|
I appreciate it so much that you re-took this photo. Much better than the one I had! Karen Clinard
Added by K. Clinard on Aug 17, 2008 12:21 AM
|Don Watkins||Grace Clinard|
Hello Dennis, Thank you SO much for getting this picture for me. I also do volunteer photo's and walk cemeteries but it is such a wonderful feeling to see a stone of your own extended family.. Thanks again. Don Watkins
Added by Don Watkins on Aug 16, 2008 2:21 PM