|Chief||RE: 13812730 vs 101667474|
It seems that you and I are not the only ones confused at this time.....(I included you as a courtsey recipient on my response to Robin McIntosh). Robin and I are concurrently in the same situation with two others buried in one or the other of the two cemeterys....I think I am going to transfer my memorial to her and let her work out the solution......I encourage you not to delte yours until it can be resolved...Happy digging...
Added by Chief on Apr 18, 2014 2:35 PM
|Peg||RE: John Simons|
Thanks, Stella. How wonderful to connect with another member of our extended family! Please let me know if you find the records of his burial in Harris Hill. Meanwhile I'll insert a note in the Bio stating that this burial location is a guess, and I'll delete the duplicate memorial.
Thanks again and best wishes! Peg
Added by Peg on Mar 10, 2014 7:44 AM
Dear Stella! Thank you so much for recording the burial of my 3G grandfather, John Simons, in Harris Hill Cemetery, Clarence, Erie, New York! I had hoped to find evidence that he is buried there-- where his friend and neighbor, Luther McNeal and Luther's wife, Rebecca, are buried.
It would be wonderful to have a photo of his grave--and a copy of the cemetery record if not a gravestone inscription!
Thank you again. This is wonderful. I would very much appreciate it if you could transfer his memorial to me. I'll send you another message with my Find A Grave number!
Added by Peg on Mar 09, 2014 5:44 PM
|Choice Woodward||Lizzie Marcum|
Hi Stella, I saw a message you left for Lizzie Marcum. I've been researching my mother's side of the family and Lizzie Marcum was my great grandmother's name and she was from the TN/KY area. Do you know if your Lizzie Marcum is related to her. My great grandmother was once married to Marsh Ivy and had a daughter in 1907 (my grandmother) Mary Ellen Ivy. I was told that my great-grandmother got divorced and married Gilbert Marcum. I would love to find a connection to that side of my family history. If you have any information, I would be so happy to have it. Thank you
Added by Choice Woodward on Mar 03, 2014 6:47 PM
|Elaine A||John Matson|
No, I have no relationship in that cemetery. I just stopped one day driving across.
Added by Elaine A on Feb 15, 2014 6:40 PM
|shanes||Transferred Harold Converse|
So Sorry Stella, I never check that email address/user ID anymore that is why your request was there for a long time. It is transferred.
Added by shanes on Jan 11, 2014 2:38 PM
|Tim Barnes||Medora Sterk|
Medora s actually my Wife's Great Aunt. Her Husband and my wife's Grandfather are brothers. having said that she has no problem with giving you control of the memorial. As soon as I get a chance I will do that.
Added by Tim Barnes on Dec 06, 2013 1:55 PM
|McQueen327||Nora C. Healy - 94174631|
Wondering if you could connect Nora to her parents, who are buried in Oceana Center Cemetery, Oceana County, Michigan.
As you know, Nora's parents were John McQueen and Pamelia Jones. Pamelia married first, Hiram McQueen and then second, Hiram's brother John. Hiram may have died in the Civil War. after Hiram's death, John and Pamelia married and moved from DeKalb County Indiana to Alamo, Kalamazoo County, MI where they are found in the 1860 census next to John's brother Henry and two pages from their brother Oliver P. McQueen.
Jeff McQueen (descend from Henry)
Findagrave ID#: 47047119
Added by McQueen327 on Dec 03, 2013 4:11 PM
|Karla||RE: Millard Sharrow|
Your welcome, glad I could help. That cemetery is small and I could walk through it on my lunch hour.
Added by Karla on Nov 20, 2013 10:48 AM
|evelyn dustin||Donald A. LaFleur|
Thank you Stella,
For the information on Donald.
Added by evelyn dustin on Nov 11, 2013 2:21 PM
|McQueen327||Nora C. (McQueen) Healy|
Please update Nora (#94174631) to add her maiden name: McQueen. She is the daughter of John and Permelia(Jones)McQueen who were both born in Onondaga County, New York.
Added by McQueen327 on Oct 29, 2013 4:25 PM
|WMVAN||GARRISON @ Gros Cap|
THANKS, Stella, for your kind, generous transfer. I've linked Floyd Jr to your wife Ellen, BUT noticed another Graver had duplicated your memorial.
Added by WMVAN on Oct 27, 2013 4:58 PM
|Bella Rosa||RE: Richard Obeshaw|
It's a privelege and an honor to help. God blesses me every day with the strength and health to be able to do this work! May God continue to bless you as well!
Added by Bella Rosa on Oct 25, 2013 7:43 AM
|Bella Rosa||RE: Jean Obeshaw|
You're very welcome! I'm so glad I could assist you!
Added by Bella Rosa on Oct 25, 2013 7:42 AM
|Ardyth & Brad Butler||Neoma Martin Wentworth|
I was wondering if Neoma was relation to you? She is in our direct family line. Would love more information if you have it.
Thanks so much.
Added by Ardyth & Brad Butler on Oct 20, 2013 10:51 AM
|Pattie Welsh||Richard C Obeshaw|
Added by Pattie Welsh on Oct 20, 2013 6:29 AM
|tresho||RE: 57524635 Catherine Boucha|
I deleted my earlier photo. Yours was better. Looks like someone has cleaned the marker since I took my photo.
Added by tresho on Oct 19, 2013 9:15 AM
|RAP||RE: Ed & Norma Ireland|
You are welcome but I wish their headstone would have came out a little clearer. The next time I'm in that area I will try to retake.
Added by RAP on Oct 05, 2013 9:52 PM
|CS Blair ||Thank you|
Thank you so much for taking these pictures. They are very much appreciated.
Added by CS Blair on Aug 04, 2013 6:15 PM
|CarmasKid||RE: Frank Rickley, Sr.|
I did put a note on the memorial. I wonder if Frank was actually born in 1900. I think all the "100" years are leap years. The date probably wouldn't have been all that serious a thing, back in the day.
My parents and I visited Frank's place once when I was in 4th grade. My aunt and uncle were staying there before getting a place in town. They were 12 miles out and had to haul water. There were chickens running around and the surrounding landscape was very beautiful. Being a city gal, I had never before seen a live chicken.
Money-wise they had almost nothing, but the thing I most remember was that they shared everything they had. If one person had something, it was available to everyone. My aunt went to another house to get coffee to brew for my parents, and another to get something else (can't remember what) and they seemed to me that people there were content and happy in their lives.
So did you know my Uncle Bob and Aunt Mary?
Added by CarmasKid on Jul 30, 2013 4:00 PM
|CarmasKid||Frank Rickley Sr birth date|
I realize that his grave marker says 29 Feb 1889, but when I try to input that into Family Tree Maker it tells me that 1889 was not a leap year; and leap years are always even numbers. What do you suggest?
Added by CarmasKid on Jul 29, 2013 9:14 PM
|samantha escue||RE: Barbara Wagner Deprow|
it was not trouble. ever need anymore just let me know. and not just for granny walker.
Added by samantha escue on Jul 29, 2013 7:29 AM
|Grave_Walker||RE: Sidney Seward|
You are very welcome. Memorials should be with family and friends. I am not in it for the numbers. Thank you for all YOU do at Find A Grave.
Added by Grave_Walker on Jul 23, 2013 10:03 AM
|Grave_Walker||Sidney Seward transfer|
I have made the transfer of Sidney O. Seward's memorial to you per your request. Always glad to transfer to family or friends.
Have a blessed week, Mary
Added by Grave_Walker on Jul 22, 2013 9:29 AM
|Angie M. York/McCallister/Lewis||RE: Gertrude Lynch|
Added by Angie M. York/McCallister... on Jul 14, 2013 11:25 AM