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Barbara Webster (#46927350)
 member for 7 years, 1 month, 12 days
RE: Lewis/Wallace
If you'd like me to transfer management over to you, let me know! Marion

Added by Marion on Aug 01, 2014 1:15 AM

Phelps family
Oh Thank you so much for the obit's and pictures so that I could put on the their memorials. I am transfering them over to your care. A family friend is better than a contributor. Blessings Jo

Added by Josway on Jun 02, 2014 7:15 PM

RE: Isabel Howard
Thank you for the wonderful marker photos, so glad that you were able to go there and complete so many of the memorials with your photos.
Always good to work with you.

Added by Eileen on May 20, 2014 8:22 AM

Donna Bogs
RE: Jewett
You are most welcomed.

Added by Donna Bogs on Feb 07, 2014 5:26 AM

RE: Edward Theodore
Hi Barb,

If I had known he was a relative, no matter how close or distant I would have transferred to you before, glad he is with you now, better late then never.

With the Sonoma County Cemetery Book being transcribed in the mid 1930's I have to wonder if there was more there or if they just assumed Little Eddie belonged to the two people he was buried with. Who knows.


Added by Eileen on Nov 05, 2013 6:53 AM

RE: Eddie Goodwin
Hi Barb,

Thank you for the additional information but I am a bit confused, you have Eddie Mock's father as John T. Goodwin rather than William Mock. The information I have on his last name is from the Sonoma County Cemetery Book. With Eddie being listed as Mock and buried next to William Mock and Mary according to the book I am assuming they are his parents.

Thanks again, always nice to get more information.
That said, it is much easier to have an edit through the edit on the memorial, if you wouldn't mind, that way there is no room for error as to who someone is talking about.


Added by Eileen on Nov 04, 2013 5:44 PM

Anne Shurtleff Stevens
THERE you are~

Added by Anne Shurtleff Stevens on Sep 02, 2013 5:54 PM

Ed Smith
RE: Geo. L. Wallce family
Hi Barbara,
Thank you so much for offering to share information and filling in gaps. I have been intermittently cataloging the cemetery at Burwood, and often times have very little information to work with. I would be happy to add info or links.

Added by Ed Smith on Aug 15, 2013 5:19 PM

RE: Little Addie
Barbara - I can not find that on F.A.G. or the other names that I transferred to you. You can add "Addie" and link him with the names I transferred to you. - Kathy

Added by KAM on May 04, 2013 1:22 AM

Preston Cemetery
Good Morning Barbara,

I just wanted to thank you for all the great pictures on the memorials in Preston Cemetery, Sonoma, CA. It is so nice to see what some of the final resting places look like. I appreciate your time.


Added by Eileen on Apr 17, 2013 8:06 AM

RE: Jane & James Cowles
Thank you for your interest. I would be happy to transfer these memorials to you. They are not relatives of mine (I don't think).

Added by KAM on Jan 21, 2013 5:50 AM

RE: Bacon Family Blue Church Cemetery
Hi Barbara, glad I was able to help. As I don't drive I am unable to take photos of headstones for people. I input the cemetery info from cemetery books that I have in order to help people locate relatives etc. This site helped me locate some of my ancestors/relatives so I do this to return the favor

Added by anonymous on Feb 07, 2012 11:40 AM

RE: Elizabeth Bement
No, I don't believe that there was a photo. The information was from interment records. I copied the entire cemetery, maybe 15 years ago, and did not copy an inscription for Elizabeth. I believe her grave is unmarked. The stones on the lot are in tough shape and I recently worked on cleaning off enough of the moss to try to get better photographs. I'll have to check the lot again, in case one of the small stones, markers, has her name. The deed for lot 47 was sold to James P. Cramer on April 27, 1866. Surnames buried there are Bement, Cramer, Watson, Mott, Buck. I have two people listed as unmarked graves, George F. Watson buried 1918 and Elisabeth Augusta Bement buried 1919. The last marked grave would be Julia M. Watson buried 1916. ~ Alice

Added by Alice on Nov 21, 2011 4:59 PM

RE: Lucius Roberts
Ah yes, I remember that day. I no more than got to the Reynolds Corners Cemetery than a huge thunderstorm rolled in that was the end of my photography!
:-( Alice

Added by Alice on Nov 21, 2011 4:37 PM

RE: Elizabeth Cramer Buck Bement
That's great information. Really ties the folks in lot 47 together. I knew that they must be related somehow.
Since Sarah Jane Cramer was born in 1828, and her mother was Abbey Mulford Cramer, and Elizabeth was born just 4 years later, I linked Abbey as Elizabeth's mother also.
Most of the folks in lot 47 are maintained by Dave, so if you have additional information about this family, please send it along so Dave can add it as well. Thanks!

Added by Alice on Nov 19, 2011 8:33 PM

RE: Elizabeth Augusta Bement
I'd love to add additional information about Elizabeth Augusta Bement to her memorial.

Added by Alice on Nov 19, 2011 4:01 PM

John Ival Blair
Parents of George Ott
Dear Barbara,
Thanks very much for filling in these names. I've already added them to George's Find A Grave memorial page, which I thank you again for transferring to my care. The Veales (George's wife's family) were my starting place for genealogy research. They were my maternal grandmother's family. My mother's first cousin Carl Veale did the original genealogy research for us, more than 50 years ago, and we have been building on his work ever since. The branch to which George's wife belonged was unknown to me until just a couple of years ago, but it is rich in members and in history.
John I. Blair
Arlington, Texas

Added by John Ival Blair on Sep 17, 2011 12:17 AM

O. Jewett

Please let me know if you'd like me transfer the memorial to you!

Added by PickledDuncan on Apr 11, 2011 7:51 AM

you have duplicated his memorial. You might want to delete yours or contact the other person and ask if they will delete theirs.

Added by J on Feb 21, 2011 12:12 PM

Scott Stewart
Cox & Simonson graves
Hi Barbara,

I would be happy to add any links or transfer these memorials to you. Please let me know which memorials you are referring to and what you would like to have happen.


Added by Scott Stewart on Jan 10, 2011 10:33 AM

P Fazzini

Added by P Fazzini on Sep 16, 2010 1:12 PM

Bill Thayer
William Mock
Dear Barb,

— and here I thunk I was teaching you something! I otter have known better....

Your very kind offer eagerly accepted, I would indeed be keen on reading his diary. I don't know how much you've poked around in my site, but the Seminole Wars are floating toward the top of my interests. I will of course gladly reimburse you for copying and postage expenses! (In order to avoid spam, I don't display my e-mail address online, but I do give it — as an image — on this page.

I'm putting the finishing touches on the Mexican War Diary of Albert G. Blanchard: a typescript I bought from a library where it was moldering unpublished; it will soon go onsite. Similarly, if you think it would be good, I would be very happy to transcribe William Mock's diary and put it onsite; if on the other hand you don't want me to do that, a word is enough: I won't. Please let me know either way, of course.


Added by Bill Thayer on Sep 02, 2010 5:38 AM

Bill Thayer
William Mock
I hope this is of interest: William Mock was a graduate of the U. S. Military Academy at West Point, Class of 1836, and fought in the Seminole Wars. He is the subject of a brief biographical sketch therefore in Gen. Cullum's Register of Graduates of the Military Academy, under #879: online at, which now links back to your page.

Kind regards,

Added by Bill Thayer on Sep 01, 2010 8:05 AM

D. J. Goldman
Charles Bodwell

You have these dates listed for him

Birth: Nov. 24, 1822
Death: 1816

Looks like he was born after he died. Might want to change it.

Added by D. J. Goldman on Apr 26, 2008 2:27 PM

Dave Peck
Bacon Hill cemetery
Barbara, I have been inputing some information for the Bacon Hill Cemetery. I have many relatives buried there. If you entered the cemetery first, it is possible to transfer it to me unless you have a strong attachment to it. Were you the first to enter it in findagrave and would you be willing to transfer it to me? If you check it you will see I have entered many fotos and now I would like to add the history, etc. Thanks, Dave Peck

Added by Dave Peck on Apr 25, 2008 8:49 AM


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