|Jim Davenport||William Gruber|
Hi, I didn't enter the info on the family of Gruber,only the basic info of the burial place and the gravestone photo. If you wish to take over management of the memorial just send me a request and your Find A Grave membership number and I will be glad to transfer it to you.
Added by Jim Davenport on Jan 12, 2017 4:50 PM
|Andrew Michaelsen||Milbourne Kinkead Marling|
Thought you might be interested in this excerpt from Dr. Joseph K. Milbourne's biography in the History of Clinton County Iowa 1901. It seems both names were spelled differently, depending on the generation. I could not find Jonathon or son John F., but found John F.'s wife in Elwood, IN.
Thank you for your detailed work. It made connecting Joseph with his family very easy for me.
The Milbourne family originated in Scotland and from there removed to England. Among its most prominent representatives was Viscount Melbourne, who occupied a prominent position in the British government at the coronation of Queen Victoria. The Kinkead family is of Irish descent and very prominent in Belfast, Ireland. On the maternal side the Doctor traces his ancestry back to his great-grand- father. His grandfather, John L. Kinkead, was born in 1785, and served in a regiment in the war of 1812. He lived to the advanced age of ninety-four years. The paternal great-grandfather of our subject fought for the freedom of the colonies as a soldier of the Revolutionary war. The Doctor's grandfather Milbourne was an architect by profession, and was killed by a falling stone while building- a court house in Ohio. The father was a cabinetmaker and spent almost his entire life in the Buckeye state. During' the Civil War he served as master of transportation at Nashville, Tennessee. In his family were four children, namely: Mary, wife of William Gruber, of Kansas; Sarah, wife of J. P. Morling, of Iowa City, Iowa; John F., a resident of Elwood, Indiana ; and J. K., our subject.
Added by Andrew Michaelsen on Jan 11, 2017 1:51 PM
|wmc||David Beecraft memorial|
Hello, and thank you for your question about this memorial (#154652189).
You asked about the source of "Version" as the middle name. That came as a edit request on November 3, 2016 at 4:03am from contributor Betty Lang Walker (member #47101893). If you have changes you wish to make to this memorial, please let me know.
I hope this answers your question.
Added by wmc on Jan 10, 2017 10:42 AM
|Amy Capps Cloer||RE: Maude Lee Fulk Doby|
Thank you Ruby! That means so much to me!
Added by Amy Capps Cloer on Oct 06, 2016 4:14 AM
|Zoe Tom||See FAG #: 114908600|
Could you make a picture request for this person?
I am all out of them.
Added by Zoe Tom on Oct 04, 2016 12:08 PM
|Frank Walraven||Nancy Humble|
As per your querry about the death date for Nancy H., I have not seen the stone. I got the date from an Owen County cemetery list, which could be wrong. Therefore, your info about her will, etc. could be right.
Added by Frank Walraven on Sep 25, 2016 10:05 PM
|Jim Ottmer||Mary Jane Meridith Camp|
Corrections made. Thank you very much.
Added by Jim Ottmer on Sep 06, 2016 6:28 PM
|J Long||RE: Leah Dinger|
Sorry, I see that now. Thanks again!!
Added by J Long on Aug 21, 2016 12:45 PM
|J Long||Leah Dinger|
Thank you for your information on Leah Dinger. I have added it to her memorial page. Could you please give me the source of this information?
Thank you, and have a blessed day!!
Jane Patterson Long
Added by J Long on Aug 21, 2016 12:10 PM
|Angela Herring||Botefuhr family|
Ruby, I have lost my information and email on you.
Would love to reconnect.
Added by Angela Herring on Jul 05, 2016 2:25 PM
|Tim Ashe||RE: Robert & Ralph Davis|
I am sorry I am just now replying, some 3 years later. I haven't messed with findagrave.com for many years now as my family has grown and I've been required to become "DAD" more often. :)..
It's very nice to see your message and know that I brought you happiness by simply taking a picture of your loved ones memorial. That makes my day and totally makes doing this worth while.
Just FYI, I am finding the time to get back into findagrave.com and plan to hit it hard this summer.
Let me know if there is anything I can help you with.
Added by Tim Ashe on Jun 09, 2016 10:34 AM
|Melody Addington||RE: John & Elizabeth Johnson|
You are welcome!
Added by Melody Addington on Nov 18, 2015 4:48 AM
|Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey||RE: Harry French|
You are so welcome. It is my honor to do it. Blessings,
Added by Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey on Nov 12, 2015 5:37 AM
|Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War||William Lewis|
Ruby, you are correct that both William Lewises died at the Battle of Stones River, one from the 21st Illinois and one from the 22nd Illinois. The Stones River NC interment list shows the one from the 22nd buried in grave C-1119, and no grave for the one from the 21st. So, either he was buried as one of the many unknowns or his body was returned to his family for burial in a cemetery of their choosing. However, he does not yet show up on Find A Grave.
Added by Sons of Union Veterans of... on Oct 07, 2015 10:05 PM
|Sally Ellibee Finley||RE: William & Daisy Creager|
Glad I could help.
Added by Sally Ellibee Finley on Sep 26, 2015 10:46 AM
I have entered the info you shared on Mr. Lyster. I love adding historical information to any memorials I manage. I know some do not. I think it gives us a little more of a glimpse into our ancestors' time here on earth. Thanks for sharing!
Added by Vickie on Sep 24, 2015 5:57 PM
|judy lakkis||RE: Clyde Brown|
you are most welcomed
Added by judy lakkis on Aug 29, 2015 8:07 AM
|Donna Stewart||RE: Rebecca Hamilton|
You are so right. It is confusing. They are not only across the street from each other. In the part that Rebecca is buried, they are right next to each other. I was able to get a copy of the map and plot book from the cemetery trustee and that has been very helpful. I wish that Rosedale was plotted...maybe sometime.
Added by Donna Stewart on Aug 13, 2015 8:46 AM
|John Maxwell||Thomas B Ward|
You are very welcome...I run Headstone Healers of Indiana and I am repairing and restoring the stones that need it at New Union Carolina Cemetery ...I will post final pics once I am complete.
Added by John Maxwell on Jun 09, 2015 3:59 AM
|Linda (Adams) LeBarre||James Family|
Thanks for the information. I'll check into the info you sent on Elizabeth.
Added by Linda (Adams) LeBarre on Jun 07, 2015 3:54 PM
|Deb Merrick||Merritt Cooper|
Thank you - never thought of looking on Family Search. I added the source for the birth information and details / source for the WWII (did not for WWI) much appreciated. Deb
Added by Deb Merrick on Jun 03, 2015 4:41 PM
|Deb Merrick||Merritt Cooper|
curious where you found the birth record for Merritt since it is not on the WA archive records... thanks, Deb
Added by Deb Merrick on Jun 03, 2015 2:31 PM
|W. Warder||RE: Hopkins|
Interesting about the sale of the burial lots! The plat book denoted Section N, Lot 1 and then there was a notation of "s. site". Which I think now must refer to a single site. Cool!
Added by W. Warder on May 22, 2015 4:52 PM
|W. Warder||RE: G.N. & G.H. Hopkins|
You're very welcome. Any idea if they were linked to any of the other surnames in the plot? I will work on making memorial of adding photos of the markers on the whole plot in the next few days if you want to investigate further.
Added by W. Warder on May 22, 2015 12:52 PM
|Deborah M. Hunn Collins||Ora Moder NY Death Record|
Awesome find, thank you for sharing, debi
Added by Deborah M. Hunn Collins on May 15, 2015 11:51 AM