|charlott jones||Sarah England Fraikes|
There is a possibility that her husband's last name was Traikes/Trakes. She did have a son John Patrick who died in Harrison, Kossuth, Iowa in 1947.
Added by charlott jones on Dec 28, 2014 9:15 AM
|Madeliene||Melissa "Lissie" Willard Lacefield|
I see where you left a flower on my Grandma Melissa's memorial and I wondered if we are related or did you know any of the Lacefields?
Added by Madeliene on Dec 13, 2014 2:09 PM
|Traci's Mom||Token you left for Traci Fields|
Thank you very much for the token you left for my angel daughter Traci. She was a wonderful gift from GOD, and she's in my heart and mind every single day. Her passing has left major holes in the hearts of her family and friends.
I appreciate you helping to reach my goal of 5,000 tokens by her birthday, November 20th. Actually, thanks to you and other findagravers, so far today Traci has received 6,026 flowers/tokens. That makes my family and I extremely happy. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
I'm thankful and blessed for your kindness. GOD bless you for your heavenly heart.
I am so overwhelmed with all the findagrave friends requesting flowers/tokens for my Traci. Thank you ever so much!
This is something I wrote for Traci:
It was a cold, quiet night at the cemetery. The snow was falling gently to the ground. The only sound that could be heard was the whistling of the wind. Off in the distance I suddenly heard the tiny sound of jingling bells. I looked around and wondered where the life was in the stillness of this cemetery.
As I gazed around, I saw a ray of moonbeam shining down on a small Christmas tree.
I thought to myself, "This is where the life is in the cemetery!"
Ring the bells this holiday season in memory of those you love.
Sharon (Traci's mom)
Added by Traci's Mom on Nov 20, 2014 4:41 PM
|Bonnie Morris Conrad||John William Strain|
Thank you so much for posting his documentation. I appreciate you.
Added by Bonnie Morris Conrad on Oct 16, 2014 1:03 PM
Hi I've just came across this message while looking for family members I'm related to the the Elsea's by my great grand parents I see that you have some interesting pictures. I'm curious of who eles you might have. you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by colleen f on May 13, 2014 7:50 AM
Thank you so very much! I really appreciate the work you have done.
Sharron Swope Mirikitani
Added by Ancestry-Detective on Apr 29, 2014 7:37 PM
|Debra Bowers ||Berry Family|
Hi my maternal family has Berry and I am afraid that I am unable to go back very far. There doesn't seem to be too much of a record of them. John Hare Berry and Rachel Adams arrived in Roseville, Ca abt 1845. It was called Junction at the time. They were both from PA and were married in Ohio. Children Margaret, Parker, Thomas, Rachel, John and Daniel. That's all I have. No other records or pictures. Could we be part of the same tree?
Added by Debra Bowers on Apr 08, 2014 10:43 PM
|Doris ||Curtis Logsdon|
I am working on the Logsdon family and found your Memorial 29456562 for Curtis Logsdon son of Henry Logsdon and Lillie Dennis Logsdon I also found a Memorial added by Crow 20 Sep 2011, Memorial 76850025 for Joseph Harrison Logsdon. The children show they were born to the same parents on the same day 31 Jul 1922 and died a day apart. Curtis died on the 20 Sep 1922 and Joseph on the 19 Sep 1922. I have found birth and death records for Joseph in the KY Birth Records and Ky Death Records, but I have not found any for Curtis. Do you know if they are twins and if they are buried in the same area of the cemetery? Thanks for your help and all the work you do.
Added by Doris on Mar 04, 2014 11:49 AM
|Anonymous||RE: Ulery Family|
Have you read the info on the Ulery's in the Pictorial and Biographical Memoirs of Elkhart County Indiana. There is a lot of info and it may lead you to the person you are looking for. When and where was Michael born? I will keep the info in mind and let you know if I find anything while I'm researching.
Added by Anonymous on Oct 19, 2013 8:12 AM
I saw that you are researching the Ulery family. My Ulery group came from PA to Elkhart County Indiana to Marshall County Iowa to Adams County Nebraska. I'm trying to determine if the Ulery family in Marshall County, Iowa are somehow related. My great great grandmother was Lydia Ulery Liveringhouse. Does any to this tie in with your Ulery family.
Added by Anonymous on Oct 18, 2013 10:54 AM
|Phyllis||James Long siblings|
Would you happen to know the names of his
brothers and sisters?
Added by Phyllis on Sep 25, 2013 8:38 PM
|P Holland Mackey||Thank you!|
I appreciate the transfer! I have only been researching my family for about a year now and am having a blast! I have some connections to the Webb family in the White county, TN area...so maybe we are connected, as well. Thanks again! Blessings to you and yours!
Added by P Holland Mackey on Sep 14, 2013 5:08 PM
Hi! I'm descended from Mary "Polly" Long who m. James B. Watson. I need documentation that she is the dau. of James Long. Do you have a document stating this that you could send me a copy? For DAR I have to have the document and not just what you have put on this site. I'm so happy to have found this site. Thank you!!
Added by schmidtdk on Aug 24, 2013 6:35 PM
|John Phillips||Find A Grave Memorial# 22993827 Alvin Sloan Hughs|
Would you mind transfering maintenance of this memorial to me? This was my GG Grandfather. I have one two-sided letter in my possession that he wrote while a POW during the War. If I can get around to scanning it, I would like to post it on this page someday.
Added by John Phillips on Aug 14, 2013 8:14 PM
|Vicki Brewer Sexton||Shelton|
I checked and I thinkd the Shelton cemetery with the two memorials does need to be deleted becaus the other Shelton cemetery has over 200 Memorials in it. Thank Vicki
Added by Vicki Brewer Sexton on Jan 02, 2013 6:28 PM
I have "Priest" ancestors born in Virginia. Have you found any from there? Right now I am trying to find something on William Priest, born in Virginia in about 1809. He was married to Sarah Holtzclaw Payne in Fauquier Co., Virginia. Thanks for your time. Kay
Added by Helperkw on Sep 07, 2012 8:13 PM
This Mrs. Holbrook was my grandmother. Grandpa taught at the high school. Dad graduated from DHS, as did his Fenwick cousins!
Added by LAH on Jul 23, 2012 7:42 AM
So, I take it you attended Daleville Elementary?
Added by LAH on Jul 22, 2012 8:26 AM
|Deborah Jane Kline||RE: the 2 Anderson cemeteries near Palmer, Illinois|
Thank you very much. I didn't catch this until I searched for all of the cemeteries in Christian County. When I can block some time, I will try to take this on.
Added by Deborah Jane Kline on Feb 22, 2012 11:31 PM
|Deborah Jane Kline||the 2 Anderson cemeteries near Palmer, Illinois|
It is very confusing, but these 2 cemeteries should not be combined; they are 2 separate cemeteries - one on the east side of Palmer, Illinois called just plain Anderson, and one on the west side of Palmer just north of Morrisonville called Traylor or Thomas Anderson. I originally made the same mistake, trying to go to the Anderson cemetery that is east of Palmer to try to find my Kline relatives, but was told at the Christian County Genealogical Society that there are 2 cemeteries that include the Anderson name, the one on the east side of Palmer that is just named Anderson, and the one on the west side of Palmer that is Traylor Anderson, but the sign says just Thomas Anderson. Fortunately, our relatives on in Traylor Anderson because that cemetery is very well kept and easy to get to. The plain Anderson cemetery is in a cow pasture, more difficult to find and get to, and was completely overgrown when I was there in a July. I hope that helps.
Added by Deborah Jane Kline on Feb 14, 2012 11:40 PM
|Deborah Jane Kline||the correct cemetery for the Priests|
Hello. I believe you have your memorials in the wrong cemetery. I realize that the cemetery where you took these photos has a sign that just says the Anderson Cemetery but according to the Christian County Genealogical Society, it is actually the Traylor Anderson Cemetery, and the Anderson Cemetery is on the opposite of Palmer, Illinois from the Traylor Anderson one. According to the Christian County Cemetery Inscription Book, Vol. I, these people are in the Traylor Anderson Cemtery. I have been to both, and the plain Anderson one is in a cow pasture, difficult to get to, and overgrown. Please check out the signs that have been posted for each of these cemeteries and see if the Traylor Anderson one doesn't match where you took these photos. Thank you for your time and consideration.
Added by Deborah Jane Kline on Feb 13, 2012 11:32 PM
|James L. Cooper||Jackson Haines|
Would you have any information on Jackson's sister, Sarah? I lost track of her in 1860 after she remarried to John Painter.
Added by James L. Cooper on Feb 12, 2012 8:12 AM
|James L. Cooper||Jackson Haines|
Added by James L. Cooper on Feb 12, 2012 8:11 AM
|mwh||J. A. Bartley|
Do you have any information about J. A. Bartley buried in:
Added by mwh on Nov 03, 2011 9:05 PM
Is there a family plot of Harmans. I am researching the Harman family
Added by Roberta Heberle on Oct 04, 2011 8:57 AM