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Cenantua (#46953050)
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FireWolfVA
E.A. Emerson
I would like to thank you for the information on E.A. After reading through some of the comments and information, I fear there may be some errant information presented. As his Great grandson, I am able to provide you with some updates. If interested please contact me. Or it might be better to add to or correct info here. Either way, the purpose is for genealogists not to follow the wrong trails. Thanks again.

Added by FireWolfVA on Oct 02, 2016 1:05 PM

william poma
Spendlow
Hi Robert , I was doing reserved on a family from N.Y that has family lay to rest here in Michigan. He had a brother name William C Spendlove that was kill June or July 16 1864 in Staunton he was lay to rest in Thornkose cemetery and was move to Staunton . He was born in 1837 in Geneva , Ontario N.Y to Henry and Eliza Spendlove they are both on Find A Grave . He enlisted in co D N.Y 13th infantry in May 14 1861 . mustered out 5-14-1863 re enlisted 9-18-1863 was promoted to full sergeant in Co E N.Y 1st Cavalry . I think W C Spendlow is W C Spendlove .
I found no record of w c Spendlow
Thank Bill

Added by william poma on Jul 19, 2016 11:16 AM

Larry Hagemann
Capt. Michael Shuler - 49018258
This is a beautiful narrative and tribute to Capt. Shuler. Thank you for the in-depth research on him, the campaign, and his leadership for the CSA. Well done in the true spirit of F-A-G.

Added by Larry Hagemann on Jul 12, 2016 8:39 AM

Sue
reuben aleshire
Hi Robert I was wondering why I cant get Reuben Aleshire #48778489 linked to his parents Joseph# 50217380 and his mom Sarah sally koontz#50217487

Added by Sue on May 26, 2016 5:05 AM

GeeGee
Mary (Dempsey) Carden #47835468
Hi Cenantua,
Do you recall where you got the information that Mary, wife of John C Carden, is buried at Shady Grove in Phil Campbell, AL? Although I am not 100% sure I am fairly certain that she died in Missouri or Georgia. She and John were in Missouri in 1870 and he married his 3rd wife, Sarah Francis Cash in Murray County, GA in 1875. I assumed that Mary died before John and Sarah married, but given that you have a much later death date maybe they 'divorced'? There are numerous Mary Cardens - is it possible that this one was not the daughter of Balum and Harriet, who married John C Carden? Anything you can do to help clear up my confusion would be appreciated. (John C is my GG Grandfather)

Added by GeeGee on May 24, 2016 7:39 AM

D Howe
Fransiska Klerotka Mallet
I have been looking for info on Fransiska for a while. She is my husband G Grandmother. Where did you find her marriage certificate? I would like a copy. Thanks in advanced. Howede@yahoo.com

Added by D Howe on May 04, 2016 12:06 PM

Nicki
48711872
Would you be able to add this about Mary (Rosenberger) Spitler - born 9/12/1786 and died 2/1/1878? She and her husband Abraham had several sons but only one daughter. Her name was Rebecca and she married Thomas Buswell on December 22, 1840 in a home called "White Hall" in Page County, Virginia.



Added by Nicki on Dec 09, 2015 8:56 PM

Nicki
48711872
Would you be able to add this about Mary (Rosenberger) Spitler - born 9/12/1786 and died 2/1/1878? She and her husband Abraham had several sons but only one daughter. Her name was Rebecca and she married Thomas Buswell on December 22, 1840 in a home called "White Hall" in Page County, Virginia.



Added by Nicki on Dec 09, 2015 8:03 PM

Maredia Haddock
In Appreciation.
The Saunders/Sanders are my husband's people. I would suggest that you put Cyrus and his parents in the cemetery with Aaron, stating that you are placing them there until the right cemetery is found. Unknown burials are hard to find and often get duplicated or deleted. I almost lost my 6th great-grandfather's memorial, but was able to prove the other person had first listed her memorial as unknown and then moved it to the right cemetery with mine.

Thanks for all your wonderful memorials.

Added by Maredia Haddock on Sep 29, 2015 4:31 PM

Amanda Delena
Ernest Hunter McKinney
The funeral home as no record of Mr. Kinney. I don't mind asking again. Could he buried in a plot owned by someone else. Any ideas?

Amanda

Added by Amanda Delena on Aug 05, 2015 2:10 PM

Laura Tibbs
John Shuler
Hello there!

I am curious if you are an ancestor of John Shuler. I figured you might be since its seems that you have posted family pictures. If you are, do you have anything that confirms that John Kite and Delia Armentrout are the parents of his wife Mary Kite? Marys obit states that her maiden name was Kite, but doesnt specify her parents or siblings. Or kids for that matter

Thanks in advance,

Laura Armentrout-Tibbs

Added by Laura Tibbs on Apr 24, 2015 11:02 AM

Laura Tibbs
John Kite Cemetery
I see that you created a record for Delia Kite in the John Kite Cemetery. Do you have happen to have a picture of the headstone?

Laura

Added by Laura Tibbs on Apr 24, 2015 9:39 AM

Jeff
Benjamin T. Weatherholtz
Hi, you created a page for Benjamin T. Weatherholtz (1842-1915), and have him being buried in a Weatherholtz Cemetery in Page County, Va. Can you please provide directions to that cemetery? Thanks

Added by Jeff on Mar 29, 2015 1:01 PM

W. Warder
Photos for Mortimer Campbell and his wife Alice in Rock Creek Cemetery, DC
Hi,

I just wanted to let you know that there were other stones in the plot for the Campbell's that you might be interested in.

I created the memorials. They are:

August H Plugge # 144240726
Austin H Plugge# 144240765
Campbell H Plugge # 144240817
Dr. Frederick W. Plugge V # 144240534
Jeanette F Plugge # 144240792
Kathryn M Plugge # 144240576

Hope they fit into your tree somehow!

Cheers!

Added by W. Warder on Mar 29, 2015 9:03 AM

Jo Ann Ford
Dawson
Thank you so very much, Jo Ann

Added by Jo Ann Ford on Mar 18, 2015 6:48 PM

Carrie Capezuto
Alexander Shannon Mullin
Hello Richard,
I was wondering how to add information to your Clear Spring Boys in Blue cemetery? Alexander Shannon Mullin was my 3rd great grandfather and was in the civil war. He is buried in St. Peter's Lutheran cemetery in clear spring. He was also in the Mexican War.
Thanks
Carrie Mullen Capezuto

Added by Carrie Capezuto on Dec 06, 2014 11:52 AM

Jan robinson
RE: David Fenton Roudabush
He was wonderful to employ us little kids. We might have eaten more than we put in the box. We lived across the road and very near the water tower. We called his place "Little Jerusleum". There is still part of the wall remaining. I go by it every time I go home.

Added by Jan robinson on Oct 26, 2014 5:30 PM

anonymous researcher
101431094
This memorial was made burial unknown which according to find a grave rules is only allowed for thirty days . I see you are related to this person if you email me at bonedigger2@yahoo.com I will send you his death certificate which will give you his burial location and his correct day of passing

Added by anonymous researcher on Oct 09, 2014 7:02 PM

anonymous researcher
Joseph Howe
I was afraid it worked that way , no sense in saying anything to that party as I would imagine they are the same one making the memorials without any burial locations

Added by anonymous researcher on Oct 09, 2014 6:50 PM

Linda Price
Francis A. Pike
Hi Robert,
Can you tell me how and where you got the information on Francis Pike. He is from my lineage. We had some written information that his father Francis Pike married a Catherine Repp but I haven't found anything on her, but I did find him married to a Mary Haver not Hower. Now I'm confused. Not that that's out of the ordinary. I'm putting a book together on my Pike's and have done a DNA study. I'm trying to put this section of my book together. I take it Francis died as a result of his injury in the Civil War. Thanks for your time and help whether great or small. Linda Pike Price

Added by Linda Price on Oct 02, 2014 6:45 PM

J B Williams & T Slaydon Williams
taylor
That is o.k., thank you for your kindness
and thank you for your work, glad to know we
are related. Thank you.

Added by J B Williams & T Slaydon ... on Jul 06, 2014 10:52 AM

Kathleen Aderhold
# 48154058 James K Polk Butler
I do not know how I stumbled on his memorial today. He is a "lost" relative and I had no clue how to find him. I have all his military records,etc but did not know how or where he was buried. I appreciate the research you did in order to give him a biography. Thank you for gong above and beyond just snapping a photo.
Kathleen

Added by Kathleen Aderhold on Jun 23, 2014 2:14 AM

Norm Brown
Brubaker Cemetery (Massanutten)
Can you help me find this Cemetery, either by address, map or GPS ?
Sadie Long Brubaker is in my family Tree
(not closely related) but I would still like to pay respects.
Thanks, Norm Brown
nbrown2002@hotmail.com 571-732-5049

Added by Norm Brown on Apr 14, 2014 1:02 PM

Darrell Landrum
William C Meem
Hi Robert, I posted a photo to your memorial for Edwin and Emily Matthews who are buried here in Presbyterian Cemetery. Was curious if you might know the connection that the gentleman on top of their marker might have with them? I could not find a family connection. Just curious.

Best regards,
Darrell Landrum
Lynchburg, Virginia

Added by Darrell Landrum on Mar 29, 2014 3:14 AM

Sandy Zion-Anderson
RE: Jones
Well, that answer got me laughing - that would be my brother Mike Zion. He actually started our ancestry back when he was in junior high school, now almost 60 years old!! I started probably about 20 years ago, got him back into then as well. Thanks for your reply. Tell your wife "Hi!" from her cousins out here in SoCal!

Added by Sandy Zion-Anderson on Feb 18, 2014 10:09 AM

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