|pallred||Mary Gabrilla Thompson King|
Please contact me at your convenience regarding the above individual.
Added by pallred on Jan 17, 2015 10:35 AM
|George Harger||John Ashmun in Blandford, MA|
I will try to reveal the full epitaph. Hope it was hidden by snow line rather than ground. Coincidentally he is next to the only relative I have in Blandford Cemetery.
Added by George Harger on Sep 19, 2014 10:16 AM
|Georgia Girl||Charles Polk 36835651|
The headstone is located at Pleasant Grove Campground Cemetery. This headstone was place here to represent his service in the "Rev. War." He is buried at his home place (prob. private property). Have read he was probably near the barn which probably does not exist today. Do not have any photos. Are you related?
Added by Georgia Girl on May 03, 2014 3:26 PM
|Joel Shore||RE: Re: Thurber photo request at Mt Hope|
The person who created that memorial creates and manages tens of thousands of them, so I don't know if you'll have much luck getting him to update it. (And, really there is little else he can say besides the last name of the infant since no first name is given.)
The optimal thing to do if you are no longer interested in this person is just to delete your photo request.
Added by Joel Shore on Mar 09, 2014 8:38 PM
|Joel Shore||Re: Thurber photo request at Mt Hope|
In regards to your photo request for "Thurber" (d 1841) at Mt Hope in Rochester, NY: Since the memorial contains very little info, I thought I'd fill you in on the details so you can decide if this is the person you are looking for:
This memorial was created from the Mt Hope Interment Records (http://www.lib.rochester.edu/IN/RBSCP/Databases/IMAGES/MtHope/disc1/00000336.pdf) which the person as "Philip Thurber's infant" who was interred on July 21, 1841. From the plot map of the burial location and a survey of surviving markers, it appears that there is no marker for this infant, although there are for the father Philip Thurber and his wife Tirzah.
Please let me know what you want, given this additional information.
Added by Joel Shore on Mar 09, 2014 8:05 PM
|Lauren Mahieu||RE: Thanks|
You are very welcome. I've tried to access the office to see who is buried there, but have not been successful at visiting when they are open. FYI, this was actually my second attempt to find them. There are quite a few older, damaged headstones there, so it is possible they are stacked up with others that were too damaged to remain in place.
Added by Lauren Mahieu on Mar 09, 2014 2:37 PM
I received your email concerning a photo I posted. You have asked for the exact wording on the stone. There is no indication as to which gravesite you were referring to. Can you give me the memorial# or name and cemetery?
I will check my notes,
Added by msimonds on Apr 29, 2013 1:16 PM
|Patricia Fairchild||Camp Garber Link|
Here is a link to information on Camp Garber Fort Lick, KY
Added by Patricia Fairchild on Feb 28, 2013 7:46 PM
|M.E. Packard||RE: Wiborn Nichols|
Here is the obituary from Shortsville Enterprise 12 November 1914:
The death of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Wiborn, a well-known resident of Farmington, occurred at her home in that township about 4 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, following a long illness. Her age was nearly 76 years. During the month of July last, Mrs. Wiborn had the misfortune to fall and break her hip and had never recovered from the effects of the injury. She was born on January 5, 1839, in the house where her demise occurred, and she had always made her home there. Her parents were the late John H. and Minerva Power Nichols. She was a faithful member of the Manchester Methodist Episcopal church, having lately been transferred to that church from the Victor church. The survivors are two sons, John Wiborn and Francis Wiborn, residents of Farmington, and one daughter, Mrs. Gracia Blym of Phelps. The funeral obsequies were held from her late home on Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, the services being conducted by Rev. W. W. Lane, pastor of the Manchester M. E. Church. The burial followed in the North Farmington cemetery.
Hope that helps!
Added by M.E. Packard on Nov 16, 2012 9:07 PM
|Rose (Gilreath) Hollingsworth||RE: Thanks!|
I am interested in the Johnson family because I have (had) 3 half-brothers and 1 half-sister who are Johnson's . The oldest of them ( Rev. Michael Wayne Johnson ) passed away in Feb 2011 . I am working on them for my siblings; 2 of whom were born in Corbin as was I . To my knowledge for now , my family has no Johnson's buried in that cemetery . As I research, I find more information . That's how it stands for now . Hopefully you'll find someone to help you out . Good Luck on your search .
Added by Rose (Gilreath) Hollings... on May 31, 2012 11:29 PM
|Rose (Gilreath) Hollingsworth||RE: Keck Cemetery Johnsons|
You didn't say where the Keck cemetery is . I'm in NW Ohio . I don't have transportation to go anywhere and am disabled . The only keck cemetery I know of is in Knox co. ky. I haven't been down there for 7 years except for my husband's funeral in nov 2010 . Hopefully someone can help you with your research . I have the same problem with getting photos myself . Most people on here are quite glad to help someone . I wish you luck and am sorry I'm not able to help .
Added by Rose (Gilreath) Hollings... on May 30, 2012 4:55 PM
|Dave McCaffrey||RE: Samuel Loomis|
The large four-sided monument was in the Woodlawn Cemetery, in Suffield, CT. I'm checking to see if I can locate Samuel Loomis' actual gravestone in Westfield. For his DOD, there is only one cemetery in the area that he could be in. I'll keep you posted with what I can find & hopefully post. Thanks for your kind remarks on my pictures. I try to ensure these stones are legible before posting them.
Added by Dave McCaffrey on Jan 10, 2012 11:38 PM
|Dave McCaffrey||LT Samuel Loomis|
Well, it looks like I'm just repeating what others have already done (except you might be able to see the writing better. The monument is quite large (4-sides, with lots of details, but again stuff that is already out there, I hadn't realized that there was already a stone on the website. For most requests, that is the case, so perhaps you were looking for an additional stone? There are 3 other Loomis stones at the cemetery from the 1800s, but I have to return when the sun is at a different angle to better collect what is inscribed onto the stone.
Added by Dave McCaffrey on Jan 09, 2012 7:23 PM
|Elaine Hahn Crow||RE: Hartsell Cemetery|
The only Hartsell family cem. I know is on St. Rt. #1124 South of Stanfield,Stanley Co. N. C. near the waters of Rock Hole Creek on private land owned by Lula Talbert Green. She was up in years years ago when I was there so do not know if she is still there. Elaine
Added by Elaine Hahn Crow on Dec 29, 2011 6:23 AM
|Elizabeth Dix||RE: whoops!|
You are welcome. Do you think Jarry is his son?
Added by Elizabeth Dix on Oct 25, 2011 7:55 PM
|Sue||RE: Elizabeth Moore Loomis-Case|
No they didn't. There are many spaces with not stones or unreadable so it could be one of those. Sue
Added by Sue on Oct 10, 2011 12:56 PM
I'm sorry, I don't know anyone there anymore.
Hopefully, someone on Find-a-Grave will help out soon.
Added by Pam on Oct 03, 2011 3:19 PM
|Pam||RE: Rowan Co., KY Graves|
I did take a number of photos in Kentucky, but I live about 600 miles from there, and don't get back there often at all. I'm sorry. I hope you get the photos you want. There's something wonderful about seeing and being at their resting places.
Added by Pam on Oct 02, 2011 5:28 PM
|jbancestors||Cyrus and Erastus|
Though they appear in some lists of records online for Ontario County, I did not see evidence of burial in Bristol twp. for either Cyrus or Erastus. Cyrus died in South Bristol twp in 1852. One genealogy has death for Erastus and Sally, his wife in 1840 and 1841 respectively. There are lists at the Town of Bristol website for their cemeteries. You may want to check out the online lists at raims.com or consult with the Ontario County Historical Society (OCHS). The latter has cemetery books and newspaper records. If I have a chance in the next few weeks, I'll take a quick look at OCHS for you. Judy
Added by jbancestors on Sep 22, 2011 6:37 AM
Unfortunately, that cemetery has many deteriorating markers. It is built on a hillside, and a combination of gravity and erosion are taking a toll. Some of the other Hills family markers are in better shape. I believe you also asked for Silas, but did not see his marker. I will post the other Hills photos when I have a chance.
Added by jbancestors on Sep 19, 2011 3:36 PM
|Mike Huffstetler||RE: Adam Kastner Cemetery|
you are welcome Glad I was able to help you
Added by Mike Huffstetler on Jul 07, 2011 9:55 PM
|Mike Huffstetler||Adam Kastner Cemetery|
I have entered all photos for this cemetery. There are no more markers in this cemetery that are readable. This Cemetery is my wifes 5th greatgrandfather Adam Kastner. we were there about 3 hrs taking pictures and trying to find all the markers we could Accordingto what she has on her tree Elizabeth was married to Jacob Hoyle 1732-1761 first then to the Jacob Costner 1732-1779 she is listed and photoed as Eliza Costner memorial # 51872945 1733-1779 Jacob and Eliza both drown in the South Fork river a few hundred yards from the Cemetery on Jan 16 1779
This is documented in the book Our Kin page 241
Our Kin by Laban Miles Hoffman printed in 1915
reprinted in 2002 copy is available in the Gaston County Museum in Dallas NC
Added by Mike Huffstetler on Jul 07, 2011 6:15 PM
|Missy Jent||RE: Graves of George & Susannah Hall|
I'll be more than happy to take a picture for you.
Added by Missy Jent on Jul 06, 2011 12:54 PM
|Carole Lynn||RE: Graves of George & Susannah Hall|
I am sorry William I am almost 2 hours from Morehead KY. I spend one day there and visited as many cemeteries I could. I have them posted on my website at http://saveagrave.net you can find them on the "A Site Map" on the right. But I didn't visit the one your looking for. If by chance I get to go back there, I will look to see if your photos request have been filled or not. Best of luck!
Added by Carole Lynn on Jul 03, 2011 9:33 PM
|Patricia Poland||James Little Cemetery|
I don't have any real contact information. The couple who owned the land, last name was Barbee. You could just ride out there and knock on the door. If coming from Union County on Sikes Mill Rd, cross the river, 2nd drive on the left (that's the way I remember it - hopefully there is not another driveway in there now - too bad they don't just cut a drive to it but guess that would be a lot of trouble).
Added by Patricia Poland on Jul 02, 2011 8:02 PM