|Linda Weir||Correction for John H Weir spouse|
I'm sorry but John H Weir's spouse is the following Clara Weir. In the 1900 census John is widowed and he is living with his mother Sarah age 71 and his daughter Ethel Weir age 12. Philadelphia ward 21.
Find A Grave Memorial# 79949835
Birth Date 1870
Birth Place Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death Date 6 Apr 1896
Death Place Roxborough, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA
Cemetery Roxborough Presbyterian Burial Grounds
Burial or Cremation Place Roxborough, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA
Sharing what I find in case you have not come across it.
Added by Linda Weir on Jun 30, 2015 9:39 PM
|Linda Weir||John Weir-our James Weir son|
I came across John Weir's ( b 19 Feb 1856 d 20 Dec 1925) death certificate and it has James and Sarah as parents. His daughter is Ethel A Weir b 16 May 1888 and his spouse was Clara M Weir b 1844 d 1916 here on Find A Grave.
I didn't know if you wanted John Weir's death certificate or if you had that info. I'll post it on maybe Clar M Weir's memorial if you would like.?
Added by Linda Weir on Jun 30, 2015 2:49 PM
|Carl Catherman||RE: Greenhoe and Dreese|
I was glad to help. I just sent you links to Annie's parents. Unfortunately I was not able to find any record of Jacob and Anna (Kline) Greenhoe's burials.
Added by Carl Catherman on Jun 18, 2015 1:24 PM
|Cate||RE: thanks and a question|
The information I have re: Mary W Staley is from her PA Certificate of Death #73927. I don't usually post death certificates to memorials. If you want a copy, I'll send it to you, and you can post it.
You might be having trouble finding Mary's death certificate because she died in Plymouth Township in Montgomery County, not in Luzerne County. Apparently Ancestry.com automatically links Plymouth Township to Luzerne County, even though Montgomery County is clearly on the death certificate. I've seen this numerous times and have informed Ancestry about this error. Plymouth Township is about 2 miles from St. Peter's/Barren Hill Cemetery.
Added by Cate on Jun 14, 2015 5:46 PM
|Linda Weir||RE: NY Passenger list for James Weir & family|
I agree that this may not be our Weirs. Also, looking further I believe all the wives on this list look to be noted as Mrs. I'll search out the Philadelphia passenger lists. I'm also on ancestry.com, I did the DNA testing and I'm going to have my Brother contribute his DNA as well. I plan on contributing his DNA ("male" surname only) to the Weir DNA Project on worldfamilies.net in hopes to gather more info.
Have a great weekend. And thank you for all the Weir stories.
Added by Linda Weir on Jun 12, 2015 10:34 AM
|Linda Weir||NY Passenger list for James Weir & family|
I posted a img on James Weir memorial which is the NY passenger list 1833 I found that has possibly our James family, mother and siblings are listed. Unfortunately no father. I can not make out the name of the mother.
Added by Linda Weir on Jun 11, 2015 1:30 PM
Hi! I just added a pic to memorial # 96838168 along with the two other names on this stone. Are you related?
Added by MaG on Jun 08, 2015 6:55 PM
It's been a while, hope you are well, I haven't been on here for a while, I've only had the chance to check on my memorials over the past while and haven't had the chance to properly message people.
Added by Jordingle on May 27, 2015 4:38 PM
|Linda Weir||James Weir passenger/immigration|
It has been many yrs since my Weir research and forgot that I had this info within my research folder on my MAC. James birth at 1823 would put him age 10 on this ship.
New York, 1820-1850 Passenger and Immigration Lists Record about James Weir
Name: James Weir
Arrival Date: Jun 24, 1833
Port of Arrival: New York
Port of Departure: Greenock
Place of Origin: Scotland
Destination: United States of America
Ship: Brig Dalmarnock
Microfilm Serial Number: M237
Microfilm Roll Number: 20
List Number: 440
Added by Linda Weir on May 25, 2015 10:14 AM
I can send you her 1920 death certificate if you don't already have it. :)
Added by Researcher on May 17, 2015 1:22 PM
All yours, and I'm sorry for your loss.
Added by Bernadette on May 15, 2015 1:53 PM
|Jersey Meg||RE: Thanks and a question|
The info on Susannah (Custard) Place comes from the records of the Walpeck DRC.
It notes (on page 56 of my reprint) that on June 28, 1807 parents William Custard and Elizabeth Van Campen baptised Susannah, who was born on 12 Jan, 1805. (On the same date they also baptised Sarah, born 18 Feb, 1807.)
Added by Jersey Meg on May 13, 2015 4:29 PM
You are so welcome! My "story" is both sad and happy, as most Adoption situations seem to be! I now know my Grandson and Great Granddaughter, but sadly, not my daughter. I read all of your postings about your interesting families. You are a very good writer, and I "felt" every moment with you! Happy Mother's Day to you as well! Janet.
Added by Janet*Handwork-Parker/Mel... on May 10, 2015 7:51 AM
|J Martin||RE: My mistake, hope we can fix nicely|
Hi, No problem
Sorry for the delay, I just had a pacemaker installed so I have been offline a while.
I transferred Percival Sr. info to my file, but you also duplicated his wife Agnes Louise Kern Fenstermacher Memorial# 99613899. My memorial is: # 87369883 for her - same info is in both.
May wish to alter their son Roberts mother link before clearing out Memorial# 99613899 as it sometimes locks in limbo.
Mistakes happy, no worries. Thanks JMartin
Added by J Martin on Apr 30, 2015 10:26 PM
|Erin M. Schaeffer||Vivian Holderman|
The same goes for T.W. Holderman's wife, Vivian. Thanks!
Added by Erin M. Schaeffer on Apr 29, 2015 10:46 AM
|Erin M. Schaeffer||Theodore William Holderman|
Hi, I just added the headstone for T.W. Holderman and hoped you could update with the location of his burial, which is at Meyer Cemetery in Bellefonte, PA (Centre County). Thanks!
Added by Erin M. Schaeffer on Apr 29, 2015 10:44 AM
|bluebell||A Question About Morris Ettinger|
Yes, isn't that a completely wonderful photo? I love it. I have left you a note on the edit tab of one of the Ettinger memorials you manage. That note contains my email address. Would you mind sending me an email and I will happily tell you everything I know about this man. Thanks for writing.---bluebell
Added by bluebell on Apr 24, 2015 6:07 PM
|DORRIS SICKELS SMITH||MFB|
Don't let this person tell you what to do, she is everyone's cousin on earth, just ask her.
Added by DORRIS SICKELS SMITH on Apr 23, 2015 11:57 PM
|S Hamilton Clemow||RE: Phil is yours...|
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I would really hope that your Grandpa got the chance to know my uncle---and vice versa because your Grandpa sounds like a really great guy too (and I'm sure they would have gotten along very well)! I guess it would also "connect us" in a small way! You could never imagine how wonderful my uncle was and how very lucky we were to have him as such a special part of our family! By the way, I'm truly happy that you got the chance to know your Grandpa and experience his love for you (which will never end)! I just added a picture to the memorial---just in case you would like to see it!
Thank you so much once again!
Added by S Hamilton Clemow on Apr 23, 2015 8:02 PM
|John Pagini||Jacob Bennett|
Thanks for the information about Jacob Bennett's death. Very interesting. Will add to narrative on this site.
Added by John Pagini on Apr 21, 2015 8:03 PM
|Suzanne Moore PhD||Kitty|
According to my father, now deceased, Kitty was adopted by his Uncle who lived in Oneida. My father called her Kitty. I have nothing more than his recollection of her as a well-mannered youngster. I know nothing further about her or the Bennett family.
Added by Suzanne Moore PhD on Apr 17, 2015 12:48 AM
|Denny Shumway||RE: thank you|
my pleasure and my passion to help others find their lost ones
Added by Denny Shumway on Apr 10, 2015 7:32 AM
Iam very sorry to tell you, but according to Find A Grave rules, your memorial listed in the subject line has to be taken down.
You have done a very good job, but if you go to the memorial number at the heading of this note you will see that this memorial was created first.
I created neither of these , but rules are rules ,
Added by Family Loving on Apr 06, 2015 4:54 PM
|Strings Of Heart||Many thanks|
Thinking of you & the many, many flowers you have left for my loved ones. I am forever grateful for your kindness. I do not visit this site often as it has not helped the healing process for me, but I thank you for letting me know you care by stopping by to visit.
Again, thank you so very much!
Added by Strings Of Heart on Apr 01, 2015 6:36 PM
|Dan Oh||RE: Robert Gilmore 1956|
refresh my memory on son's name and stuff, March 1979. Did I already look for that?
Added by Dan Oh on Mar 30, 2015 3:01 PM