|Janet Muff||RE: Bailey / Hopson Family|
You're welcome, Marilyn. Unfortunately my time in Vermont is being cut short because of family illness (I've got to return to California ASAP), but I'm hoping to get back to my photo to-do list next summer.
Added by Janet Muff on Jul 15, 2012 10:56 PM
Hi Marilyn, Your more than welcome, Prince is a fairly common name in Brooklyn, Ct. There's even a Prince Hill Road, most likely connected to your line of Prince's. What I'm going to do is see if I can work the Brooklyn line into my tree so I better know what your looking for. I already have a few in my tree from the Barnstable and Plymouth Mass. area. If you have an Ancestry Tree, I'd love to share with you. All the other surnames you've mentioned in your Bio are also in my tree. And I have photographed several cemeteries in the Brookfield, Brimfield, Sturbridge area if you need help there
Added by brianz190 on Jan 21, 2012 5:16 PM
Hi I have sent you both Timothy and his wife Huldah. good luck and happy hunting. I love this work. Claudia
Added by Claudia Owens on Jan 01, 2012 5:12 PM
|Barb Destromp||Fanny Louise Bailey Sheldon|
Birth has been added :)
Sorry it took me so long to add the additions to the memorials.. We moved last Friday and I just got internet etc back up on Wednesday..
Added by Barb Destromp on Sep 09, 2011 5:06 AM
|Barb Destromp||Sarah Willard Sheldon|
Info added :)
Added by Barb Destromp on Sep 09, 2011 5:02 AM
|patricia wade||gaudette, aurelie|
I searched at great length today for her grave. The section that she is buried in is relatively easy to walk. Meaning-it is not a football field area. I could not find her stone. I will be going back to search for others in the coming weeks...I will keep her on my list. If you have more info...please share.
Added by patricia wade on Aug 17, 2011 2:48 PM
|Barb Destromp||Harriet Loraine Janes Crossett|
Middle name is now in place for Harriet :)
Added by Barb Destromp on Sep 19, 2010 3:19 AM
|Sharon Kadlick||Palmetto City Cemetery|
The correct name for the Palmetto City Cemetery is THE FLORAL HILL CEMETERY. It is just refered to as the "city cemetery" in Palmetto.
Added by Sharon Kadlick on Feb 04, 2010 11:09 AM
|Scott A. Steinbrink||Palmetto City Cemetery|
233 Cobb Street, Palmetto, GA. Found it using Mapper -> Topo. =)
Added by Scott A. Steinbrink on Jan 27, 2010 8:43 AM
|Phyllis||RE: Headstone for Luke Smith|
I have checked all the census records for Basil A J Smtih. No son named Luke or Looney appears. Is this a child who died young and missed the census?
Basil had a cousin, Larkin Smith, who has some children buried at Ramah (Samuel R Smith for one). Larkin had a son named William L Smith for whom I have not been able to find much. That is the closest I could come to a Luke or Looney Smith on any of my lines who might be buried at Ramah.
I guess you will have to post this person and the information. Thanks so much for your help, again.
Added by Phyllis on Jul 11, 2009 2:10 PM
Thank you for all the Smith photos. You are great. I appreciate it.
Added by Phyllis on Jul 11, 2009 1:35 PM
|Phyllis||RE: Headstone for Luke Smith|
I did not even know about a son named Looney Luke Smith! It must be a son of Basil Andrew Jackson Smith? Let me look on census and get back to you.
You have me going, here.!!
Added by Phyllis on Jul 11, 2009 1:33 PM
|Barb Destromp||George and Maj Samuel Bellows Sheldon|
I have added the additional information in you behalf.. Thanks so much!
Continued good luck in future research.
Added by Barb Destromp on May 26, 2009 4:09 AM
|Roger||RE: Martha Garrett|
Yes ML was her son I am from. All of her sons became doctors and lawyers. Her husband owned a large plantation near the Chattahoochie river before the civil war and he died in Savannah soon after being released from a Confederate prisoner of war camp in Elmira NY. He is buried their in the Confederate section of a large cememtery.
I share you thoughts of these old cemeteries. I have another ancestor buried on Oakland cemetery in Atlanta, who also died during the seige of Atlanta during the civil war. I love the really old ones.
again thank you, I love to get these and love to do for others as you havce done for me.
Just a minor note. Martha's maiden name is Cash the same Cash Family Ole Johnny Cash is from. Johnny and I are 5th cousins.
Added by Roger on Apr 22, 2009 6:20 PM
Thank you so much for the picture and your time. I had almost given up hope finding this stone. She was my GGG grandmother whose husband died during the civil war. Maybe on day I can get down their and see it for myself. This means so much, thanks again.
Added by Roger on Apr 22, 2009 5:00 PM
|Cynthia Frailing Nelson||Ruth Denny Memmorial|
Thank you so much for taking the photo. Your time is very much apprciated!!
Added by Cynthia Frailing Nelson on Oct 31, 2008 6:19 PM