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Patti D (#46950264)
 member for 6 years, 10 months, 18 days
William A. Laske
RE: Lucille Lutter
Since you did not provide an email address, I attempted to upload the photos to Lucille's memorial page; however, it only allowed me to upload two photos. The one is of Earl & Lucille Lutter (may be outside place of employment as Earl worked as a Druggist in a Drug Store). The second photo is taken with her daughter, Elaine.

Added by William A. Laske on Aug 28, 2014 5:06 PM

William A. Laske
Lucille Lutter

Received your email and am happy to turn the memorial over to you. I am related to Lucille's husband, Earl Lutter, my first cousin, 1x removed.

I also have a few photos of Earl & Lucille; if you are interested could send via email.

Bill Laske

Added by William A. Laske on Aug 26, 2014 4:42 PM

Hannah Bompasse
Hannah Bompasse cannot be the daughter of Anthony Annable & Jane Momford. Hannah, the wife of Edward Bompasse/Bumpus/Bumpas (etc.) was born sometime between 1600 and 1607 yet Anthony and Jane were born in about 1599/1600, too.

There are many theories (i.e., she was Anthony's sister, she was a native american) but nothing seems to be conclusive.

At the very least, the parental information should be removed from this post as it is not possibly accurate.

Added by ser717 on Jan 17, 2014 8:07 AM

Hannah Bompasse
Sorry I meant Anthony and Jane Annable marr. 1619 not 1629 in prev msg.

Added by tkeefer4 on Jan 13, 2014 8:52 AM

Hannah Bompasse
Hannah b. abt 1902 can not be dau. of Anthony and Jane Annable, Anthony and Jane would have been only 4 or 5 yrs old, and did not get married till 1629. and their dau. Hannah married Thomas Ichabod Bourman{ Bowerman.

Added by tkeefer4 on Jan 13, 2014 8:27 AM

Deb R.
Narcissa Robertson
Hi Patti,
The reason I had 1823 rather than 1826 as a birth year was that I was working from a transcription. Thanks to good people, like Marcia for taking the photo and you for pointing out the error, we've got Narcissa all fixed up.

Added by Deb R. on Jan 02, 2014 8:03 AM

Lynn Fortney
Julianna Erway
Thank you so much for posting the memorial for my 4th great grandmother. I wish I understood what her maiden name was Saberkul or Fron or does Fron mean something else. Anyway, thanks for the posting. It means so much.

Added by Lynn Fortney on Aug 07, 2013 8:44 PM

RE: Mary Frank
Thank you Patti for your time and trouble and for posting the pics--it's people like you who go the extra mile that make a difference in this world of ours. Electa was married to my 3xgreat uncle John H Curtis. I live in Northern Maine (Aroostook County) and if there is anything I can do for you up here by any chance just say the word and i'll do my best.

Added by kate on Aug 04, 2013 7:28 AM

RE: Mary Frank
Hi Patti, thank you for checking. I'm only guessing that Louisa Frank Curtis may be in there with her family as she is not buried with her husband Eli who is by himself in Birmingham. If you could keep an eye out for any other Curtis's I have a few I have been looking for as well. Mary Elizabeth and her baby Mary. Lafayette her husband. Mary Elizabeth died in 1878 along with her baby. Not sure when Lafayette died. My Curtis family were among the early settlers of Wayne and I have wonderful memories of spending my summers there at my grandparents. Thank you so much for your interest and efforts and for all you have done for everyone not just me on Find A Grave.

Added by kate on Aug 02, 2013 9:26 AM

John R. Braden
RE: Bompasse (42935700)
Hi Cousin Patti,
Edward and Hanna are my 9th-great-grandparents too. So we must be related.

Added by John R. Braden on Aug 01, 2013 2:01 PM

Mary Frank
Hi Patti, thank you for the photo of my 3rd great grandmother Mary's stone. I appreciate your time and effort. I have been looking for her daughter Louisa Curtis 1843-1881 for some time now and if you are ever in Old Wayne again and come across her and/or Mary's husband Michael and could make a record of it, it would be greatly appreciated! I would imagine that Michaels stone would be in just as bad a shape as Mary's if it's even still there. Thank you again!!

Added by kate on Jul 31, 2013 5:51 AM

William McIntyre Danner
Re: William R. Harper
Thank you for all the work you put into this search for me. I discovered not long ago too that the Wm R Harper buried in Caldwell County, was not the same one that I was seeking information on. Your efforts were/are appreciated.

Added by William McIntyre Danner on Jul 31, 2013 2:13 AM

Steve Ray
RE: Lizzie Leora Lee Mc Chesney Sherell
William, ( Uncle Willie) was my grandfather's (Luke Ray) half brother. I barely remember him. I know Willie and Lizzie are buried in Henderson Ky. I thought perhaps you had some additional info.

Thanks, Steve

Added by Steve Ray on Jul 30, 2013 1:16 PM

Connie McKinley
Agness E. Finley # 53996834
Hi Patti,
I was out at Sylvan Cemetery, Citrus Heights CA and saw this stone which seemed so lonely. I posted some photos and wanted to note that Agness's b'date would be about Feb 24, 1854 based on the inscription.
Connie McKinley

Added by Connie McKinley on Apr 14, 2013 5:54 PM

Grave Finder
Henry E Jackson

The photo you did for the Henry Jackson memorial - beautiful! I was just truck by the colors.

He is a distant family member of mine and I was doing research when I found this memorial and photo. You did wonderful!


Added by Grave Finder on Feb 22, 2013 11:36 AM

Deanna Arnett
Augustus R Arnett
The IOOF cemetery is in Carlisle, Sullivan County, Indiana, not Sullivan.

Added by Deanna Arnett on Jul 02, 2012 5:17 AM

John Lewis Jenkins
I am new to find a grave and see you have created a memorial to my great grandfather. thank you so much. Would you mind transferring him to me?

Added by Alesia on Mar 25, 2012 11:48 AM

Cathy Sowders-Fern
Harper Family
Hi Patti,

I am a descendent of James Knox Harper and his wife Nancy (# 46657524 and # 70871707. Do you know if there is a headstone for Nancy? Would love to chat with you about them.

Added by Cathy Sowders-Fern on Oct 31, 2011 6:39 AM

Shelley Henningfeld
Thank you
Patti, I just found my great-great grandfather's listing (Fielding Williams) in your contributions. Thank you very much. Shelley

Added by Shelley Henningfeld on Jan 20, 2011 4:18 PM

Eye Remember U
Castleberry at Lick Creek Cemetery
Found your entry for Nathaniel Castleberry
and I was wondering if you might know the location of his parents graves. They were
William Martin Castleberry and Elizabeth C.Smith Castleberry. Thank you for any help you may provide.

Added by Eye Remember U on Dec 19, 2010 1:47 PM

Jerry H.
Frank and Nola Blackburn

Thank you so much for adding the photos for Frank BERRY Blackburn and Nola Hobby. They were my great grand uncle and aunt.


Added by Jerry H. on Nov 13, 2010 3:10 AM

Troy S
Thanks for the quick response posting a photo of Eleazer Haywood's headstone.

Added by Troy S on May 11, 2010 9:18 AM

Graver Gal
RE: Ashers in Matthews Cemetery
I transferred them all to you. I figured you could add the links and stuff as you find out who they all are. And, also I don't know why I said Nettie in my last post. Uncle Charlie was married to Nellie Asher. A very sweet lady. She is now in a nursing home near her son Robert in IL. Merry Christmas Patti.

Added by Graver Gal on Dec 25, 2009 12:55 PM

Graver Gal
Ashers in Matthews Cemetery
Hi Patti, just a note to tell you I added a bunch of Ashers and one Asher/McDaniel into Matthews Cemetery in New Madrid Co., MO. My uncle Charles Joseph Baugher's second wife was Nettie Asher. He is buried in Matthews Cemetery with a double stone for Nellie. I really don't have much information on her except she is still living and they had one son Charles Robert Baugher born in 1954. He lives in Illinois. I think Nellie's family came from up in Clay Co., MO. Anyway, I figured they were mostly your family, since you added all of them. Look them over, I would be happy to transfer them to you if you would like.

Added by Graver Gal on Dec 18, 2009 7:47 PM

Kreider Photos
A public thanks to you for braving the cold weather and taking the photos. You've made me a very happy person! Best of wishes.


Added by Ye-Lin~☯ on Dec 03, 2008 5:47 PM


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