Thanks Randy, understand, wasn't sure if the names were from cemetery records or the actual headstone. Fred is Calvin's brother, not father. Their father, Rev Eber Seymour was a Minister with the Primitive Methodist church. He died in FL but his wife died in PA so not too sure where they are buried. Many thanks for your time & effort creating these memorials. =)
Added by Tony on Dec 16, 2015 2:57 PM
|Michelle Lowrie||Elizabeth Morrell|
Since when did Aunt Betty become Dorothy Leeper? Check out # 14571656, and you have the wrong information posted.
Added by Michelle Lowrie on Sep 19, 2015 10:03 PM
|Ben Cooper||Thank you!!|
I wanted to thank you for transferring the Cooper family memorials to me. I have linked Louisa Ann Cooper to all of her children!
Added by Ben Cooper on Sep 07, 2015 12:03 PM
|Ben Cooper||Cooper Family Memorials|
I wanted to thank you for adding the Cooper memorials at Emilie United Methodist Church Cemetery. I was wondering if you would be willing to transfer them to me please? I am directly related to them. My find a grave # is 46930896
Thank you so much for your time!! :)
Added by Ben Cooper on Sep 04, 2015 11:26 AM
|kathy fread||RE: Bristol Cemetery|
As per Mary Jane's death certificate, her parents were Thomas B. Harkins and Sarah McCurlis.
Yes, I would welcome any information on the Harkins family. I'm related by marriage, but we stem from the Engleman's of East Mauch Chunk, Carbon County, Pa. Starting with Wendal Engleman, his son was Herman Engleman. Herman married Catherine Harkins. They had a daughter Isabel, who married Charles Jerome Sharpe. They had a daughter Margaret, "Peggy", who married William Fread. I married their son Gary C. Fread.
I've been researching these families for decades! I couldn't go any further back then Wendal Engleman. I can't even find where he was buried. If you have an information on him, I would greatly appreciate it.
Thank you so much for your information and assistance. I would happily return the favor!
Added by kathy fread on Aug 12, 2015 4:35 PM
|Dianne Richards||Memorial# 14571547 Ida L Reed|
I thought you might like to have this to add to your site.
Funeral Notice from: Trenton Evning Times, Trenton, New Jersey, Monday, August 22, 1921, page 4
MISS IDA REED DEAD
Tullytown, Aug. 22 -- After a lingering illness, Miss Ida L. Reed died at the home of her brother, David Reed, along the Fallsington Road, a mile from Tullytown, Saturday evening. The funeral will be held from her brother's home Wednesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. Interment will be be in the Emilie Cemetery.
Thanks for all the work you have done on findagrave.com
Dianne in Michigan
Added by Dianne Richards on Jul 29, 2015 2:48 PM
thank you so much for transferring over my 3rd great grandparent's memorials.I am truly grateful for everything you've done. Take care, Kathleen
Added by Kathleen on Jan 15, 2015 12:39 PM
Randy I'm not sure as my research is on the McComas' and Elizabeth was the last daughter of Capt. John Marche McComas of Maryland and she married Byram Carrow Foster and they had 2 daughters, Anna and Emma Foster.
The 2 pics in the album were of 2 girls photographed in PA and most of the pics in the album were from 1885-1898 one pic had handwritten on the back: Anna Foster and the other one was: Emma Foster grand daughter of Capt. J. M. McComas.
I just started researching Capt. J M McComas and finally found the 2 girls. I already had Capt J M McComas' parents in my tree but I didnt have their children listed yet so therefore I didnt have his children listed yet either.
I do know that Emma Foster married a Pemberton Morris Minster and they had a son named Pemberton Foster Minster. I have not found where they are buried yet.
Added by SK on Feb 24, 2014 2:59 PM
Thank you so much for the pics of the Foster family. I acquired an old photo album on ebay and I did some research and Anna Foster and her sister Emma Fosters pics were in this photo album. Their mom Elizabeth (McComas) Foster is my 3rd cousin 4x removed.
Thanks again for the pics!
Added by SK on Feb 24, 2014 1:39 PM
|Pamela Olschewski||RE: Lydia Ann Scott|
I really have found very little on the children. But I have been researching this family for about 15 years now. So I feel pretty comfortable with the names etc. I don't know how to unlink those either. I didn't know you could link families unless they were your entries.
Again, I want to tell you how important this is to all of us. This has helped so much in my research. Thanks.
Added by Pamela Olschewski on Jan 02, 2014 7:43 PM
|Pamela Olschewski||Lydia Ann Scott|
Hi. Thanks for the work you are doing posting these graves and info. I know it's a lot of work, and those of us who cannot get to these places to do any searching are very grateful.
I have information on this woman and a correction if you'd like it. I've been researching her family for many years. Her maiden name is not Viley, but Wildy (or Wildey) and her father was Abraham Wildy and her mother Charlotte Vanhorn Wildy. I am assuming it might have been of German origin and the V came from a pronunciation since most people back then could not write.
You have Edward C. Scott listed as their child. I have 3 children for them, and he is not one of them. He would have been 7 in the 1850 census and he is not in their home. Do you have other information to indicate he is their son? There were many Scotts in that area. Thanks.
Added by Pamela Olschewski on Jan 02, 2014 3:10 PM
Merry Christmas Randy! Thank you very much for the photo.Deeply appreciate your kindness.
Added by ChrisMs on Dec 25, 2013 9:30 PM
|T||George W. Force|
I received a message from find a grave that you removed my request for George Force because you already added the photo. There must have been a problem when you uploaded the pic of the headstone because there isn't a photo of his headstone on the site.
Thanks for your time anyway Randy I appreciate your trying to fulfill my request.
Have a good night, Tina
Added by T on Nov 19, 2013 4:11 PM
|Bill Daugherty||Daniel Wentzel Photo|
Thanks for the Daniel Wentzel photo.
Added by Bill Daugherty on Nov 19, 2013 4:47 AM
|lulu||Levering and Sherwood Daleys too|
thanks for the great photo and the info - soooo important! Donna
Added by lulu on Nov 06, 2013 9:38 AM
|A.W. Holtzapple||James King|
Thanks so much for getting the photo for James King at Bristol Cemetery! I really appreciate it!
Added by A.W. Holtzapple on Oct 31, 2013 3:25 PM
|sgrove777||More Bristol photos!|
Thank you very much for fulfilling my Lundegard and Pursell requests! I really appreciate your contributions!
Added by sgrove777 on Oct 27, 2013 10:27 PM
|sgrove777||Kearney in Bristol Cemetery|
Wow, that was fast! Great picture! Thank you so much for fulfilling my Photo Requests!
Added by sgrove777 on Oct 22, 2013 11:16 PM
Thanks so much for the transfer of the Bateman family.
I have a bit of a puzzle to solve, and I was wondering if you would have any further information. I noticed that Joseph Bateman was buried between Richard and Ursula Bateman, but it says on his profile that he is the son of Richard and Sarah Bateman. I'm wondering if that was just a typo, or if perhaps there was more than one wife of Richard or maybe two Richards or something. Do you have the document from the cemetery that states who Joseph's parents were? I'd appreciate if you could look into that for me. Thanks so much.
Added by jenjohnson on Oct 17, 2012 7:13 AM
I was wondering if you would mind transferring a family group to me. They are my 4th great-grandparents and their children, including my 3rd great-grandmother. The names are Sarah Bateman #14571393, Richard Bateman #14571394, Joseph Bateman #14571395, Ursula Bateman #14571396, and John Bateman #14571397. Do you know if their headstones still exist? I did a photo request, and I'm hoping that the headstones are still there. Thanks.
Added by jenjohnson on Oct 14, 2012 4:36 PM
|Judy Cricks Moss||Paul W Bark|
Do you mind transferring Paul W Bark # 14572029 to me? My Find A Grave is 47368960. I want to add obit and organize relatives. He is my great uncle.
I appreciate you adding him.
Thank you in advance,
Judy Cricks Moss
Added by Judy Cricks Moss on May 21, 2012 11:36 AM
|John L. Nelson||Memorial of William M. Shoemaker|
Hi Randy, could you please add the following death information to William Shoemaker's memorial. He did February 16, 1950 in Hot Springs, Garland Co., Arkansas. Thanks alot, John L. Nelson.
Added by John L. Nelson on Oct 31, 2010 12:55 PM
|Jerry Armstrong||Emily UMC|
I can do that for you.
Added by Jerry Armstrong on Nov 02, 2008 5:01 AM