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ellenflower (#46872106)
 member for 9 years, 11 months, 27 days
Garren Lee Fulmer
Ellen, would you consider transferring Catherine K. Gellinger-Fulmer's grave (117232912) to me? She is my GGGGrandmother. Sincerely, Garren Lee Fulmer

Added by Garren Lee Fulmer on Oct 06, 2016 8:52 AM

are we related?
I have found that we are posting and searching for the same people... I am sure we are realated

Added by Mags on Aug 11, 2016 10:42 AM

Suzy & Rob
William Stephenson
Sorry - I accidentally hit enter on that last message before saying anything. Anyway, I honestly know very little about William Stephenson. The information for the memorial came from the Fairmount Sexton records at the Denver Public Library. You can find a digital copy here:

There really isn't any information more than what is already on the memorial. Sorry I can't be of more help.

Added by Suzy & Rob on Jun 14, 2016 1:26 PM

Suzy & Rob
William Stephenson

Added by Suzy & Rob on Jun 14, 2016 1:23 PM

todd hansell
Jamima and William Onstott
Hi Ellen,

Since you are family and researcher to the Onstotts there is no reason I should not transfer their memorials to your care. They are not my family and I was only listing St. Thomas's graves as a service to those people buried at that beautiful cemetery and church.

Have a lovely day


Added by todd hansell on May 30, 2016 10:32 AM

Linda Cardenas
Ida Hunter
When I went to look at her memorial that I created, I found that it was a duplicate of one already created. I have deleted mine and you will need to contact the creator of the original memorial to have her update hers. Also, I found that William is in Hobart Rose Cemetery also.

Added by Linda Cardenas on May 09, 2016 1:56 PM

Florence Waring
RE: Benjamin Wolf
Thank you so much. This information is more than helpful.


Added by Florence Waring on Apr 26, 2015 12:31 PM

Florence Waring
Benjamin Wolf
I am so grateful to you for finding this grave at St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Layfayette Hills PA.

I am new to Find A Grave, so please pardon this question if it seems dumb. Is there any way I can use the information posted to locate the exact grave?


Flossie Waring

Added by Florence Waring on Apr 26, 2015 8:53 AM

Peggy Andrews Shafer
Hi, I got your message and just to let you know that the transfer did work for John and Elizabeth Gilinger. Thank you - I'm thrilled!

Added by Peggy Andrews Shafer on Oct 24, 2014 9:33 PM

Libby Edwards Brinton
Comly & Ella Wood
I have added birth date & death date for Ella V. Cressman Wood per her Death Certificate.

Added by Libby Edwards Brinton on Jul 07, 2014 8:01 PM

Peggy Andrews Shafer
Gilinger Family
Hello, I'm grateful for the work you've done to upload the memorials for my great great great grandparents, the Gilinger's in St. Peter's Cemetery in Montgomery Cty, PA. If they are not also your direct ancestors, would you mind transferring management to me? Elizabeth and John Gilinger (they also have three sons listed with them) Elizabeth is 117010069. Do you know if there are visable and readable stones for them? I would like to visit the cemetery there to get some pictures. I'm excited to have broken down a brick wall in my family research.

Added by Peggy Andrews Shafer on May 06, 2014 7:33 PM

Sarah Chard
Hi Ellenflower,

Thank for the notation on who I strongly believe to be my ancestor. According to family papers, there should be a whole bunch of Chards in the family vault - do you know if anyone besides Sarah is isted/there? I would truly appreciate the info. if you have it (and what fun you must have!!).
Thanks!! :)

Added by Nanci on Jan 31, 2014 11:12 AM

The major work of Find A Grave, I feel, is to preserve the photos of the tombstones. I take my photos with the highest resolution I can afford, now 16 Megapixels. This is in hope that even those unreadable stones will eventually yield up their secrets when the technology improves. If the photos are not taken today, their information may be permanently lost. Keep up the good fight!

Added by qashqai on Nov 30, 2013 5:37 AM

Kathy Brown
Franklin Square
Thank you for the info on Franklin Square. It was very interesting to read.
Kathy Brown

Added by Kathy Brown on Oct 28, 2013 2:47 PM

Michael Traynor
Thank you so much!
I really appreciate the transfer, Ellen! Thanks for adding the pages to begin with. :)

Kind regards,

Added by Michael Traynor on Sep 12, 2013 12:41 PM

Michael Traynor
Arnold J. Ford and Olive S. Robinson
Good morning!

I was wondering if you would consider transferring two of your pages--Arnold J. Ford and Olive S. Robinson--to me. Arnold Ford (#18161761) was my grandmother's father (my dad's grandfather) and Olive (#18161765) was my grandmother's stepmother. I have a lot of information, photos, and family links I'd love to add to them, and it'd mean a lot to me to be able to manage their pages.

I truly appreciate your consideration.

Kind regards,
Michael Traynor

Added by Michael Traynor on Sep 12, 2013 4:21 AM

RE: Minnie Peterson
Glad we have Minnie looking respectable. May take you up on a drink if/when I get back that way. I was kind of disappointed in the section of the cem where I visited, naively thinking church ownership would mean respectful care. One of the family has an overturned stone that I couldn't lift to righten, and it was kind of messy.

Appreciate your kind words on some of the bios. It sounds flaky, but when random people seem to call for attention, I tend to follow through and write what I find about them. The father in law of my grandpa's sister didn't leave me alone for two years, a forgotten opera singer who seemed to want to be unforgotten. There may have been a reason - that singer's great great grandson who had been raised away from his family read his bio, and followed the line down to his deceased father, and through me, met his father's wife, and thru her, finally learned about the dad he never knew. Sometimes you think "the universe tends to unfold as it should" to quote a Harold and Kumar movie. :)

I'm so sorry you lost your mom too, and so recently. Mine passed in May 2012, and I still find it hard to be on the site much because of that, and hope time gets me recharged. I hope you are doing as ok as possible yourself. You have that one year mark coming up. I hope you find, as I did, that it somehow helps, like the concrete marking of the passage of time somehow reminded me that life had indeed gone on and I was a little better, not perfect, but progressing. Sincere best wishes right back.

Added by sr/ks on Aug 30, 2013 1:17 PM

RE: Minnie Peterson
I made a trip there once to find my great grandpa's first wife, and just took a bunch of shots because I was there. If I lived closer, I'd take you up on it! Hope you guys can cover a lot, and you must know the office records are lacking.

Added by sr/ks on Aug 29, 2013 6:48 PM

Minnie Peterson
Thanks - got her all spiffed up now.

Added by sr/ks on Aug 29, 2013 2:48 PM

Peggy Andrews Shafer
Emma McKee
Hello, I am wodering if you are related to Emma McKee and also Elizabeth Cook who are buried in this cemetery?

I would love to chat with you about them and others related to them. Elizabeth Cook (died 1919) is my great great great grandmother, married to George Cook. Emma McKee is one of their daughters.

I appreciate your work you have done to put these memorials on-line here at Find A Grave. It's wonderful! My son did surveyed entire cemetery up here in Northampton County - that was before Find A Grave- and he put them in binder form and gave them to the cemetery itself, Gen web and our local history room. So I know what kind of work goes into such a project.

Added by Peggy Andrews Shafer on Aug 06, 2013 4:17 PM

Samuel Freas
Thanks, Ellen, I fixed it.

I've been trying to document and get photos of Freas graves at that cemetery as I'm working on a friend's genealogy. I live in Md, though, so can't help you with recording all the headstones there. But I appreciate your wanting to do that to help save history. I'm always so sad when I go to a cemetery to get photos and the stones are illegible or missing.


Added by Barbara on Sep 30, 2012 12:15 PM

Staley note
I was reminded doing some work on the site today that you'd done a lot of Staleys at Barren Hill. These are not all your memorials, but in case it is of help, I have added obits to the memorials for Wm D (died 1897), H. Walton, Harriet (died 1900), Bryson, Caleb H, Sybilla, Jacob H, Eliza, Emily, Fredrick Wampole, J Alvin, Lindley, Mary (died 1904), and Phoebe.

Added by sr/ks on Aug 06, 2012 3:05 PM

Glenda Ragan
Quillie Bell Hilliard
I'm sorry, but I was married to Quillie's grandson Wayne Hilliard and we had 2 daughters. We divorced in 1980 Larry's wife is in a assisted living place in Fresno, CA. I don't think I can be of much help as far as Quillie's daughter. I don't think I ever met her but I will ask my daughter and see what she may know.

Added by Glenda Ragan on Jan 15, 2012 10:21 PM

RE: M. Elizabeth (Laughlin) Pumphrey
I first listed her name M. Elizabeth Pumphrey as listed in the Fredonia Cemetery book. I was later contacted by someone (I didn't keep name) to say her name was Mary. I have changed the name back to M. Elizabeth until we have more proof. Thank you for asking the question.

Added by Anonymous on Jan 02, 2012 5:09 PM

RE: M. Elizabeth (Laughlin) Pumphrey
I first listed her name M. Elizabeth Pumphrey as listed in the Fredonia Cemetery book. I was later contacted by someone (I didn't keep name) to say her name was Mary. I have changed the name back to M. Elizabeth until we have more proof. Thank you for asking the question.

Added by Anonymous on Jan 02, 2012 5:05 PM


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