|Diane Gravlee||Changes for memorials|
I sent some changes to memorials you manage in October that haven't been taken care of. Are you still active; let me know your situation. Thanks.
Added by Diane Gravlee on Nov 25, 2013 8:36 PM
|Chelmsford Mark ||Lt. John Adams (1745-1849)|
Hi. I came across your memorial to John Adams (#24840087) and another for the same person, reflecting his burial in PA (memorial #5467686). I as wondering if you could somehow put in a link in your memorial to the other memorial? Or something in the notes?
P.S. Adams is an ancestor of Ivers Whitney Adams, the first coach of the first professional baseball team in Boston, the Red Stockings, which became the Boston Braves and eventually the Atlanta Braves.
Added by Chelmsford Mark on Nov 19, 2013 7:52 PM
|Jason & Jody||RE: Jarratt's|
Please end me a memorial # to the Jarrett's so I can transfer ownership, unless you already manage it of course.
Added by Jason & Jody on Sep 07, 2013 2:31 PM
|Kevin Avery||Hannah Ware Fairbanks|
Thank you Star for the transfer of Hannah's memorial. I wasnt expecting that, but I appreciate it very much. i will take good care of her.
Added by Kevin Avery on Aug 28, 2013 6:53 PM
|Melody Roswell||RE: Dorcas Morse/Clark|
I want you to have my email address because I might be able to help you with the Rhoades line a little bit. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
You are welcome very much for the proof on Dorcas Morse. My suggestion to you is to try to find town records for all of your early ancestors, most of the towns/villages held recordings of their towns on births, deaths and marriages.
Let me know if you need help alright? Glad to help.
Added by Melody Roswell on Aug 24, 2013 8:42 PM
|Melody Roswell||RE: Dorcas Morse/Clark|
You are welcome. Yes sometime town records can be off by a year and remember they had to register the births and sometimes they didn't get registered for a year because they didn't always go into the clerks office to do that right after a child had been born. That is the same reason we don't know if children died after birth or not.
Here is the proof that I have?
Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988
about Dorcas Morse
24 Jul 1645
Have a wonderful day!
PS: Which Rhoades are you out of? The reason that I ask this is because my gr-grandmother is a Rhoades out of Germany, her first settler was Hans Rhodtz (and their spellings have changed all over the place since they first got here!) Very hard to trace them back to the 1748 landing!
Added by Melody Roswell on Aug 23, 2013 7:02 PM
|D. Gould Hall||Dorcas Morse & Benjamin Clark|
Hi Star - we meet again. I'm researching my husband's family and found your memorial for Dorcas Morse. She is my husband's 7th Great Grandmother. I am finding quite a bit of information about her and Benjamin online in books and also on the genealogy sites. Thank you for posting her memorial. You and my husband are for sure cousins. I remember talking to you before when researching the Clark's who married into the Hall family.
Added by D. Gould Hall on Jul 09, 2013 12:35 PM
|Melody Roswell||Dorcas Morse/Clark|
I am a gr-granddaughter through the Lockridge side of this family. Her title would have been 9th great grandmother for me. Amazing! I also love genealogy as well. On your memorial it states that Benjamin Clark was born on 9 Feb 1644 but Massachusetts town records dispute that and say 9 Dec 1643 to Joseph and Allice Clark. You may want to take a look at them as see this for yourself?? If you can't let me know and I would be more than happy to send you that documentation. They were married on 19 Nov 1665 in Medfield, Norfolk Co. MA as well.
You have done an excellent job on this memorial and wonderful pictures as well. If you choose not to make the corrections, this is after all your memorial however I have been doing genealogy for a lot of years and know people take this information as gospel so it does need to be correct.
Take care, hope to hear from you and please don't take offence to what I have said just know that I am a stickler for accuracy is all? No guessing just pure facts.
Thanks for sharing this will all of us!
Added by Melody Roswell on Jun 20, 2013 9:06 PM
|SamK||RE: mable lucille allgeier|
I respect your reasons, but can you at least add "Lucille" as a nickname as she did prefer that name. This cemetery is very actively photographed and chances are she will be duplicated in the future.
Added by SamK on Jun 08, 2013 10:27 AM
|Sheila (Henrizi) Thurston||Hacked|
I was sure you were hacked and wanted to give you a heads up! Let me know your new address when you get it...
Added by Sheila (Henrizi) Thurston on May 30, 2013 8:43 PM
|Sheila (Henrizi) Thurston||Confirmation|
Hey friend, I want to check to make sure you sent me an e-mail or not...could be a virus! Thanks
Added by Sheila (Henrizi) Thurston on May 21, 2013 1:32 PM
Would like to give you a little more info on who Joseph Clarks, wife was that you could add to his memorial He was married to , Alice Pepper, on or around 1640. She was born; 20 march 1623 at, St. Marys Aldrmry,London, London England. She died in Medfield, Norfolk Co. Mass. on 17 March 1710. I am doing Pepper research as I am a Pepper. Estella Pepper Cox
Added by pepper on May 05, 2013 6:37 AM
|Linda||RE: Malcolm Brogden|
Thank you so much for replying and the link between the graves. I will look for the Leavens genealogy book and also would appreciate a copy of the paper work from Ada's research and provided by Mr. Clarkson if you run up on it. I am trying to find the connection between my line of Brogdons and the McPhersons because my great-grandfather Brogdon claimed to have had a "grandmother McPherson"--that's all I have to go on. Any information you can provide will be appreciated.
Added by Linda on Apr 05, 2013 11:36 AM
Hi! Thank you very much for posting Malcolm Brogden's information on Find A Grave. I am researching my Brogden/don family and believe its possible that Malcolm was related.
My question is thisócan you tell me the source of the info you added about Malcolm's family i.e., his parents, wife, and children? If it's a true fact that his father was Malcolm Brogden, then I can stop researching whether his parents were Silas Brogden and Christian McPherson of Chesterfield County, SC. That family was on the 1810 and 1820 Chesterfield County census with about 11 children but disappeared from census records after 1820.
Added by Linda on Apr 03, 2013 6:24 AM
|Jack Parker||Lake Vale - Belchertown|
I was there today looking for someone, I took a few photos - but yours are so gorgeous I can't even consider posting mine.
Added by Jack Parker on Mar 24, 2013 6:49 PM
|Vicky Guild||RE: J & Nancy Guild|
Hi Star: Thank you. I will take good care of them. I can't tell you how surprised I was to have found their grave info and gravestone photo on here. I send lots of appreciation and good wishes to you for posting their grave info and gravestone photo. Vicky Guild *:)
Added by Vicky Guild on Mar 09, 2013 8:15 AM
|Vicky Guild||Benjamin Guild d. 1802|
Looking at the gravestone photo that goes with this it appears to read d: 1804 not 1802.
Added by Vicky Guild on Feb 17, 2013 8:59 PM
|Vicky Guild||J. Guild and Nancy, his wife|
Thank you for posting the photo of the gravestone of J. Guild & Nancy, his wife. They are my 4th great-grandparents, making me their 6th generation descendant. I visited this graveyard many years ago and did not see this stone. Looking at the dates, I know that this is the grave of John Guild, son of Benjamin Guild & Abigail Graves, and Nancy (Druce) Guild, daughter of Dr. John Druce and Margaret Trowbridge. They resided in Foxborough, Mass. After his parents died, he sold their house in Wrentham, to the Kollock family, which is why it is known as the Guild-Kollock House. I was so excited to see this stone. Wow. Thanks, again. Vicky Guild
Added by Vicky Guild on Feb 15, 2013 7:08 PM
|B L Larson||Abigail Mann Ware #20913351|
Abigail Mann was born 26 Sep 1747 in Wrentham, Norfolk, MA, to Ichabod Mann and Sarah Fuller (Vital Records of Wrentham to the Year 1850). She was one of eight children born to this couple. Thank you for the time you devote to helping others.
Added by B L Larson on Jan 10, 2013 1:38 PM
|Peter Morgan||Ruhamah Whitney & Josiah Whitcomb|
I may already have asked your permission to use the photos you took of my 6th great grand aunt's marker (31245759) and that of her husband, Josiah Whitcomb, but if so, I have misplaced your reply. If not, will you give me an ok? Thanks.
Added by Peter Morgan on Dec 04, 2012 8:43 AM
|Adelina N Healy||9th great grandmother|
This is amazing. The more I get into this the more I want to know. Thank you very much for entering this find.
Added by Adelina N Healy on Nov 12, 2012 5:42 PM
|randall gove||Priscilla Foster|
Hi, I ave exceeded my allotment of requests and need a picture of this lady's grave. Could you help me?
Find A Grave Memorial# 33902878. Thank you
Added by randall gove on Sep 10, 2012 4:30 PM
|WGTLC Scully Tolman||Thank you for the transfer|
Thank you so much for the transfer of my GG grandfather Edward Tolman's memorial and for creating it so that my family would know where he was resting. Gravers are the eyes into the past for descendants looking for roots and I can not tell you how happy I am and I will be a good caretaker. I am also passing on the geneology bug to my daughter so I know I have someone as a back up when I am gone to make sure the memorials are cared for. Again bless you for your time and any expense you had in finding and posting his memorial. My dad moved to Texas before I was born but I love looking at the area photo's that have such a beauty to so many of them.
Added by WGTLC Scully Tolman on Aug 04, 2012 4:44 AM
|Robi StoneCypher Green||Hosea Baldwin|
Thank You so much for the transfer. You are a Bright Shining Star!
Added by Robi StoneCypher Green on Aug 01, 2012 12:39 PM
|Norman Dodge||Roxana Dodge #24340399|
Thank you for the Dodge Transfers. I updated her.
Thank you very much
Added by Norman Dodge on Aug 01, 2012 11:09 AM