|Bob||Chase Family Members|
Thank you for all the suggested changes on the Chase Family. They sure look much better with all of the additional information.
Added by Bob on Sep 30, 2015 4:19 PM
|L Evans||RE: William Twining mem#146314039|
If I understand correctly, you now know where his final resting place is? ... but do you know more concerning his birth? I am also thinking you know that he was a Quaker and a part of Wrighstown Monthly Meeting? Anything you know and would like added to his "Bio" section, please feel free to let me know and I will add it....
Added by L Evans on Sep 07, 2015 6:50 PM
|CL Hileman||Hileman Nancy and Christian|
Thanks so much - very much appreciated!
Added by CL Hileman on Jul 02, 2015 8:31 AM
|CL Hileman||Nancy and Christian Hileman|
Would love to have the memorials of my related Hileman's Christian and his wife Nancy. Thanks you so much for creating them, very much appreciated! CL Hileman 47502760
Sorry but the edit tool (to send request) did not work - was only getting an error message.
Added by CL Hileman on Jun 25, 2015 4:58 AM
|J. Garland||Charlotte Whelpley and Darling Whelpley|
Hi Gerald! It's nice to see that you've added so many Whelpleys here. There are a couple things that should be changed. Charlotte Whelpley was a full sibling to the rest of Daniel and Ann Millington Ferris Whelpley's children. And the other correction that is needed is for Darling Whelpley Peck (1738 - 1813). His surname is Whelpley, not Peck. Thanks, hope you and your family are happy and healthy! Jan Garland
Added by J. Garland on May 13, 2015 5:17 PM
|Martin Lehmann||Joseph Basler 44120773|
Joseph Basler, 44120773, is my great-grandfather. I've added a couple of photos and would like to add one of his parents. When you have moment can you please remove the image of his headstone that you've posted? There is another that is a bit bigger so it will still be available for viewing on his page.
Thank you sir.
Added by Martin Lehmann on Mar 01, 2015 11:49 AM
|Joyce (Michel) Woody||Find A Grave Memorial# 60405739|
You need to look at Find A Grave Memorial# 60405763
I believe both of you are using the same people plus there are duplicate people
Added by Joyce (Michel) Woody on Jan 26, 2015 10:40 PM
|Evan Lampe||RE: Susanna Durgin|
Yes. It is a hard text to get through. And the Wisconsin Historical Society still has a picture of Warren Chase with Peaslee identified as the mother.
Well, it is clear that his birthday is Jan. 18, 1813. Since Pittsfield apprenticed him when he was 5, it makes since that she died around 1818. He apparently did not become a ward of the town until she had died. He also wrote: "The first half of the first decade in earth-life was now by the Lone One counted in years. Both parents (if he had two) were gone up out of their bodies, and he was left alone in his,--fatherless, motherless, penniless [. . .]"
p. 18 of Life-line of the Lone One (Boston: Bela Marsh, 1858).
Of course it would be nice to have something more concrete and I cannot be 100% certain of Chase's account of his early life.
Added by Evan Lampe on Dec 26, 2014 10:06 PM
|Kerry Steiner||RE: Martha Doane|
Thanks for getting back to me, and no worries. Haven't we all looked at these people and records so much sometimes that we start to get bug-eyed! :)
Added by Kerry Steiner on Dec 26, 2014 9:45 PM
|Evan Lampe||Susanna Durgin|
Thanks for the memorial to Durgin. It is very useful.
Warren Chase (in his autobiography) puts his mother's death when he was five, which would be 1818 (that has been what I am assuming). Do you have some other information suggesting she died in 1823? I would appreciate any information you had correcting me.
Added by Evan Lampe on Dec 26, 2014 6:38 PM
|Kerry Steiner||RE: Correction needed to #60407903|
Thanks for the reply and yes, you have a point about her parents possibly returning to England. We'll likely never know.
Added by Kerry Steiner on Dec 14, 2014 8:06 PM
|Kerry Steiner||Correction needed to #60407903|
Thank you for all of the contributions you've made to FindaGrave, it sure helps the rest of us link the missing pieces!
A correction needs to be made regarding Martha Doane's memorial #60407903 please. My research agrees with yours in that she was born in Plymouth, Massachusetts; however, the memorials you created for her parents have both of them living and dying in England. Not sure how Martha could have been born in America..?
Added by Kerry Steiner on Dec 14, 2014 6:18 AM
|pinecone||Ezekiel Sanford's Mother|
Hi, Gerald, As I mentioned, I had already created a record for Ezekiel's mother, Dorthea/Dorothea Meadows, and her name now appears on his record. So you can remove what you wrote about her in the bio on Ezekiel's record. Thanks again!
Added by pinecone on Oct 06, 2014 10:07 AM
|David N. Murray||78548181 Simon Chase|
Can you please transfer this memorial to my account so I can make some edits and fix links. Thanks from a descendant.
Added by David N. Murray on Sep 10, 2014 10:33 PM
|Ann Maree||RE: Bowen Keith memorial|
Aletha does great work, no dispute there; however, we are all human, and mistakes do happen--sometimes the website does it to us, through no fault of our own. I am not immune, I am sure I have made double posts too. It's possible in this case it is just an issue of the photos--but the exact same headstones have been photographed for both memorials. Tammy Qualls "chalked" photos are of the exact same stone as Aletha's photos. If you have another source that shows two separate individuals, then it's just a photo problem (and the photos need to be deleted) but if the memorials were entered solely from the cemetery photos, it appears there is indeed, an error in creating two separate individuals (memorials). Curious that both boys died on the exact same day...? At the same age? Both stones lying at the same angle to another stone (visible in the upper left corner of the photos)? I will run by there this week and see if I can find two stones. I know they used the name in the family several times, I just found another Bowen Keith in another cemetery in the same town, which is how I came to see these photos. I hope you find this information helpful.
Added by Ann Maree on Dec 01, 2013 7:50 PM
|Jim Ferris||RE: Whelpley Memorial|
I will be glad to transfer them. It will be so much easier for me if you use the edit/suggestion function to request them.
Added by Jim Ferris on Sep 23, 2013 8:03 AM
|Jim Ferris||Whelpley Memorials|
If you have more that you want, let me know.
Added by Jim Ferris on Sep 22, 2013 2:04 PM
|Marjorie Duggan||Nancy Keeler|
Thank you for the information on how I could link the Keelers to Nancy. They were my great-great grandparents. - Marjorie
Added by Marjorie Duggan on Aug 28, 2013 5:12 PM
Link made to wife Loretta Lee Bigler Doughty. Thank you for the information.
Added by AZLITE on Jun 25, 2013 1:29 PM
I am looking to find out who the siblings and parents are, of sisters Almira and Luna Whelpley, b. 1806 and 1803 in NY and d. 1881 and 1870 in PA. If you have any ideas, please let me know. I think the parents were born in VT.
Added by mari48218 on Aug 07, 2012 9:29 PM
How do you fall into the Anderson linage? My husband, Kirk William Anderson, is the great grandson of Ernie Harmon and Stella Harrell Anderson.
Added by Sherri B. on Jul 30, 2012 12:42 PM
Jerry, thanks so much for transferring his memorial to my care! Pam
Added by jerseygirl on Oct 17, 2011 3:35 PM
Would you consider transferring John V. and Mary Cerny in St. Joseph Cemetery, Cobden, Ill to me? Mary Weber Cerny was my aunt. We were in Cobden this spring and I made several pictures, including their headstones. I have added a picture of the family and marriage records to the site on findagrave.
Thank you for your consideration.
Added by Laura Young on Oct 12, 2011 6:45 PM
Your right. I only check the cemetery records. I am going to transfer my page to you so you can use the pictures. Joann
Added by Joann on Sep 30, 2011 2:17 PM
Just wanted to thank you so much for transferring George and Ruby Basler to my care! I have learned so much on this site and have been spending alot of time updating my family tree on ancestry.com. I am so glad to have found this free site for researching my ancestors, and appreciate all the help I have gotten from people like you!! Pam
Added by jerseygirl on Sep 22, 2011 11:47 PM