|Suzanne Grace Gossman Tanenbaum||Elizabeth Shockey Wagner|
First of all, let me thank you for creating the memorial to my 3rd great grandmother Elizabeth Shockey Wagner. Second of all, thank you so much for the transfer, I am doing the happy genealogy dance.
Suzanne Gossman Tanenbaum
Added by Suzanne Grace Gossman Tan... on Jul 19, 2015 3:04 PM
|michael a stone||Nancy Gordon Rock|
She was my 3rd great grandmother. I have traced the Rock family back to Robert Alexander Rock (born 1717 in Balleymoney, Ireland). I have not been able to back any further and would appreciate any information that you would be willing to share.
Added by michael a stone on Jul 05, 2015 8:10 AM
|Maurice D. Robison||Monument to James E. Easterly|
James Elmer Easterly was my 1st cousin twice removed. You created a memorial for him, because he is listed on a memorial page of the Clinton County War Memorial. (Memorial # 130779096)
Thank you very much for remembering James. He has a personal memorial on Findagrave (#3525778) that says he died in the Philippines during World War I. I had never questioned that until I saw your posting of the Clinton County War Memorial, that showed James as having died in the Spanish-American War. When I looked up the dates of the two wars, the Spanish-American war was the only war at the time of James' death.
Thank you very much for posting the picture of the Clinton County War Memorial. Otherwise, I may never have known. Below is what his other memorial says.
Birth: Feb., 1822
Death: Jul. 21, 1901, Philippines
Killed during World War I. He had been in Company "L" of the 38th US Infantry. He had a brother, Oliver Harvy Easterly, who was in the same company.
James' parents were George Washington Bible Easterly of Tennessee and Martha D. Gill of Kentucky.
George Washington Bible Easterly (1836 - 1926)
Martha D Gill Easterly (1844 - 1911)
James E Easterly (1822 - 1901)
Lula L Easterly Ashley (1879 - 1959)*
San Francisco National Cemetery
San Francisco County
Plot: Section NA Site 449
Imported from: US Veteran's Affairs
Record added: Mar 04, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 3525778
Added by Maurice D. Robison on Jul 03, 2015 4:32 AM
|James Finley||Shockey Family of Franklin Co., PA.|
I have traced my wife's Shockey Family back to Johann Cristoff Shockey. Her line was through the 2 David's of Franklin County, PA. near Quincy. I recently told my Father-In-Law, Kenneth Shockey, about his family and would like to share with him as much information as possible. He is 85 years old, but in pretty good health. He is interested in visiting the area around Quincy and Waynesboro, PA and learning about where his family lived.
Anything you can share with me would be greatly appreciated.
Jim in Maryland
Added by James Finley on Apr 22, 2015 7:24 PM
|Krista AQ Thompson||Crazy question about 81896907 and 81896922|
Hi! I've been poring over this, and just came to a surprising possible answer: could it be that these girls were not Kerfoots, but rather Shepherds? I ask because I photographed a stone on Saturday at Berryville Baptist Cemetery, and the stone is for "Ellanora and Hattie Kerfoot, infant children of Rev. T.B. and Ella Shepherd."
Seems unlikely that these aren't one in the same--there was only one "T.B. and Ella" in the cemetery, and that was the Shepherds.
I'd love to hear your thoughts,
Added by Krista AQ Thompson on Apr 06, 2015 9:46 AM
Updated photos added of Aisne-Marne American Military Cemetery Chapel and inscription
Added by rcelt on Feb 28, 2015 8:14 AM
|JANET (Simmerman) BARNABY||MARY HALL photo request|
this is my cousins first wife.....I'll watch the listing and if the photo isn't taken before I get there , I'll get it for you in May when I go for "memorial" day for my Aunt and Uncle in the same cemetary...Mary was a nice girl although I haven't seen her since their divorce....I do see their kids every year at reunion.
Added by JANET (Simmerman) BARNABY on Feb 24, 2015 4:21 PM
|JANET (Simmerman) BARNABY||MARY HALL photo request|
Added by JANET (Simmerman) BARNABY on Feb 24, 2015 4:16 PM
|Jeff Eastburn||RE: Shockey/Shacke|
I am very interested.
Added by Jeff Eastburn on Feb 22, 2015 12:37 PM
|Wanda (Kriner) Mixell||RE: David Shockey|
Thank you very much for your reply. I was coming to the same conclusion, and was beginning to think it was just me.
Added by Wanda (Kriner) Mixell on Feb 21, 2015 7:31 PM
|JANET (Simmerman) BARNABY||Letitie (Simmermon) & Winfield Scott|
thank you for the transfer
Added by JANET (Simmerman) BARNABY on Feb 21, 2015 2:49 PM
|JANET (Simmerman) BARNABY||RE: re: BRIER Cemetary, Warren co., Indiana|
thank you for the transfers !!
I've found another couple that you probably weren't aware of....
LETITIA JANE SCOTT #69151414 was a Simmermon as well, ( her father FREDERICK #99777942)
her husband was WINFIELD SCOTT #69151421
if you want you can transfer them also...
thank you so much for this...
Added by JANET (Simmerman) BARNABY on Feb 21, 2015 2:01 PM
Harry Walter Shockey is listed as my dad's father on his birth certificate. I'm just looking for some information about the Shockey family. I didn't know anything about this until I was in my 50s. So I am curious and have questions. The people that I know will have answers are all dead, so any help would be appreciated. Not looking for anything other than some potential new family members. My grandmothers name was Bertha Peterson. My dads name was richard Theodore Peterson on his birth certificate, but was changed to Slaybaugh sometime in his childhood
Added by Deb Slaybaugh on Dec 27, 2014 12:51 PM
I happen to be reading a book by a James Birney Shaw called History of the Tenth regiment Indiana volunteer infantry, and on page 79 I learned of a Samuel H Shortle who was involved in the Civil War and decided to look him up on Findagrave and pay my respects, and that's when I found you! :) (Hopefully, someday, I will find the time to post the information about Captain Samuel H Shortle (130778651) because it is very endearing!)
I couldn't help but notice your family information because so many names stood out to me, i.e., Shaw being that his book has brought so much to light for me! I noticed that you have some family named Shaw, and couldn't help but wonder if there is some connection for you there. I do not believe I am related to any Shaws, but I am related to some Dyers and Wells, and my imagination ran wild seeing both of these names on your profile! Someday, perhaps, we can exchange notes?
I thank you for all the work that you do, and I hope you have a wonderful holiday!
Added by Alison on Dec 23, 2014 9:06 PM
|Carolann Arthur||Clinton War Memorial - A.J. Arthur|
While researching some of my ARTHUR family I came across the following information for A.J. Arthur (listed on the memorial). I know of no family connections with him, but thought you might want to add some of this info to his individual memorial at Find A Grave. Memorial#130776501.
Thank you for all you are doing to fill in some of the gaps of these fine men!
U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865 about John A. J Arthur
Name: John A. J Arthur
Enlistment Date: 30 Aug 1861
Rank at enlistment: Private
State Served: Indiana
Survived the War?: No
Service Record: Mustered out at Vicksburg, MS.
Enlisted in Company G, Indiana 26th Infantry Regiment on 30 Aug 1861.
Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Indiana
Died 13 August 1863, Vicksburg, MS
Find A Grave memorial 130776501
Added by Carolann Arthur on Dec 06, 2014 8:08 AM
|Karleen Phillips||Find A Grave Memorial# 128717660|
I am having a little difficulty making the connection between "Other children: Levi Cantrall
and William Cantrall Sr. and also would be grateful for the documentation on the death date of 21 May 1847. Is it possible you could give me more information?
Thank for all the effort and time you put into sharing these things.
Death: May 24, 1847
Possible son of Christopher and Sarah [Denton] Cantrell/Cantrall
Official burial location is unknown at this time but is believed to be in the general area of Randolph Co, Indiana.
William Cantrall Sr
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Created by: familyroots♡
Record added: Apr 29, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 128717660
Added by Karleen Phillips on Nov 04, 2014 9:07 PM
|J Wolf||Josepch Shockey|
I am sorry. I claimed the photo requests for Joseph and Edna Shockey, but have pic of the father instead. My mistake. Edna is buried in another section (sec 70, lot 18), but I did not find that section Saturday. I will clarify if Joseph Jr is buried there. Section 38 is the only one I was given (but obviously for Sr, not Jr).
Added by J Wolf on Oct 26, 2014 10:41 AM
|Carol Mcahan||RE: Loveless family|
I noticed you lived in Indiana - Tippacanoe area which is where Robert Asher lived. Did you ever come across his parents? I was under the impression that he was born in Virginia.
Added by Carol Mcahan on Oct 19, 2014 10:17 PM
|Carol Mcahan||RE: Loveless family|
Do you have the parents and grandparents of Joseph Loveless?
James and Minnie Asher had a large family one of which was Grant Ted Asher (b 14 march 1905) married to Anna Evalyn Hehnke (b 15 March 1907). they are my parents.
Added by Carol Mcahan on Oct 19, 2014 10:11 PM
|Carol Mcahan||RE: Rachel Van Hook Loveless|
I would be interested in all the information you have on Rachel Van Hook Loveless. I have her husband to be John Loveless- a son Joseph married to Dorthy Rogers. They had a daughter married to a Elizabeth married to Robert Asher. I do have proof to Robert and Elizabeth marriage but not the rest. All information would be appreciated. Do not have parents for Rachel Van Hook or futher back.
Added by Carol Mcahan on Oct 19, 2014 10:00 PM
|Melvin L. Halterman||MEMORIAL TRANSFER|
THANX FOR the transfer of the Rhoda Shockey Creager
Added by Melvin L. Halterman on Oct 16, 2014 7:55 AM
|Carol Mcahan||Loveless family|
Elizabeth Loveless married my great grandfather, Robert Asher, in 1834 in Clinton Co. IN. That I have proof of. I am trying to find proof that her parents were Joseph Loveless and Dorothy Rogers Loveless and his parents John Loveless and Rachael Van Hook Loveless. Any information on this would be appreciated. Carol McGahan
Added by Carol Mcahan on Sep 29, 2014 3:06 PM
|ksrose||RE: Tippins at Greenwood|
I think I have the links copied. Would you like me to transfer the memorials to you?
Added by ksrose on Sep 25, 2014 6:19 PM
Neither Clyde or Margaret Tippin are burried in the Lincoln cem. Clay Co. Kansas.
Look in Greenwood cem. in Clay Center. There are photo's already there.
Added by GardenNana on Sep 20, 2014 12:34 PM
|Julie Spellman||Samuel B. Smith|
Thank you for sending me the information about this person being on the Civil War Marker. He may be an ancestor, however, I will need more information. Is there any more information about the individuals on this marker such as next of kin? Thanks in advance for any further help. Julie Spellman
Added by Julie Spellman on Sep 14, 2014 10:08 PM