Actions
Begin New Search
Refine Last Search
Cemetery Lookup
Add Burial Records
Help with Find A Grave

Top Contributors
Success Stories
Discussion Forums
Find A Grave Store

Log In
Karen Foster Montgomery (#46959865)
 member for 7 years, 2 months, 20 days
Next
Janice Prichard
RE: Abel Alonzo Foster and Mary Wood Foster
Thank you. Abel was a Revolutionary War Patriot. He was my grandmother Vera Lord's G-G-G grandfather. My line is Abel, Benjamin, Emerson, Jennie, Vera, my dad and then me. I see you have a Foster name. Are you related to these Fosters?

Added by Janice Prichard on Sep 14, 2014 5:46 PM

Dylan Edward Mulligan
John Calvin DeLoach
At the foot of John Calvin DeLoach's grave, there is a marker which documents his military service. That is where I got the information. Like you, I can find no records online to corroborate what the marker says. There is currently not a picture of that marker on Find a Grave, but next time I go to the cemetery, I will try to remember to photograph and post it.

Added by Dylan Edward Mulligan on Aug 12, 2014 4:04 PM

Donald E. Garrett
RE: Mossie Caroline Jones Garrett Summerall
Karen! Find A Grave #53596159 is a duplication and should be removed. Mossie Caroline Jones was first married to Lennie Charney Garrett 24 Feb 1921 in Bristol, Tenn. Lennie died in 1940 of TB. Lennie and Mossie still have a couple of children living. About seven years after Lennie Garrett died, Mossie married Wilmot Summerall (1947). Wilmot did divorced his wife in 1947, Polk County, Florida, but it was his first wife.Cecil Goodwin. This was very confusing, huh. Lennie Garrett was my Great Uncle. Hopefully, this answers some of the confusing issues. In His name.... Donald Garrett

Added by Donald E. Garrett on Aug 04, 2014 6:28 PM

Anonymous
RE: Almira A. Foster
Yes, I think they are the same. I removed mine.
Thanks!

Added by Anonymous on Jun 11, 2014 8:45 PM

sandgate
RE: DeLoach
Karen, the only information that I have on the DeLoach memorial came from the headstone, so I am not certain what the "JP" initials in the father's name represent.

Joseph Thomas DeLoach

Birth: Feb. 5, 1872
Death: Aug. 7, 1878

"Son of J P & M S DeLoach" (son of Joseph Phillip DeLoach and Martha "Mollie" Talley DeLoach)

Inscription:
"Loving Remembrance of Our Dear One..."

Sorry that I couldn't be of any help regarding my DeLoach's full name.

Sincerely, Brenda W.

Added by sandgate on Jun 10, 2014 3:49 PM

Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~
RE: Service
Thank you for the kind message. It was an honor to serve our great country. You're most welcome!

~Steve

Added by Steve Edquist ~In Memory ... on May 28, 2014 9:38 AM

Ann Day
RE: Mary A. Case
Karen,
The old fashioned way to address women was Mrs Benjamin Case. When I searched the cemetery records online I looked by her first name Mary and last name Case. No record so I added a new one for the photo. Scotti sometimes enters by what she had which was burial date which was two days after the date on the photo of the tombstone I took. Do you want this listing for your very own? I can transfer it to you and you can sort it out with Scottie.

Added by Ann Day on May 21, 2014 4:48 PM

Marlene Chaney
RE: Janette Foster Cash
Hi Karen,
You are so right. When I posted Janette on Find A Grave I entered her birth year as 1847 instead of 1857...aka TYPO! Thank you so much for bringing this to my attention. I*'ve corrected the birth year to 1857.

Regarding your other question - No, I do not have a copy of the death certificate. I got the birth date from the 1900 U.S. census where she stated she was born Jun 1857. On the various census records she is in, the year of birth varies from 1851 to 1852 and then 1857 in 1900. The information I have regarding her death came, I believe, from cemetery records someone sent to me many years ago before I started keeping better source records.

I am not related to Janette but am related to her husband.

Thank you again.
Marlene

Added by Marlene Chaney on May 17, 2014 6:26 PM

John Clay Harris
RE: Thomas Anthony Summerall
Your welcome Karen!! I was always told by my great grandmother,Maude Marion Turner Harris (Find A Grave # 55821020) that this was the old Summmerall Cemetery that was located on her Families property.The property where the cemetery lies today belongs to decedents of the Carter Family.The Carters are the family that my great Graeat-great grandmother,Mollie Smith Turner(Find A Grave # 39294523)sold her extensive 1000 plus acre plantation too in 1925.The old Summerall Cemetery resides within this property.

Back in the 1980 I visited my families former property and was shown the cemetery.When I was there I did not find any visible grave stones,however I have always believed that if the years of neglect were cleaned up that one might find a grave stone or two buried there.I've always thought this would be worth while.

Since I know live in Vermont it is hard for me to do right now otherwise I would.

I noticed you have Foster in your name.My 5 times great grand father,Timothy Foster(Find A Grave # 93902412) served in he Revolutionary War.He with his father and 13 male sibling all served in the Revolution.They all lived in and around Dudley,Massachusetts during this period.Maybe ere related?

Best Regards ,John Harris

Added by John Clay Harris on Feb 12, 2014 11:41 AM

Catie & Will
RE: Maggie E. Barr Foster
I can't disconnect her to Clarence as I didn't make the connection. Kit and Morgan Benson added his site and added Maggie as his wife.
Catie and will

Added by Catie & Will on Jan 09, 2014 6:00 AM

Catie & Will
Maggie Foster
I made all the changes possible. Hope this helps you. After checking some of the online records, it all was very confusing but it is important to have accurate information. Thank you for being so diligent.

Sincerely, Catie and Will

Added by Catie & Will on Jan 08, 2014 7:39 AM

abby
RE: Sarah 'Sally' Luther Whipple FAG #99759637
Sorry I have no information about her marriage to Zachariah Morton. Cemetery records list her as the second wife of Benjamin Whipple. Did a quick search for her and there are several Sarah Whipples living in various places in New York & Vermont. The person who added Zachariah may have more info as to her marriage to him. I couldn't find anything on that. Sorry.
abby

Added by abby on Jan 07, 2014 7:24 AM

TimelessSpirits
RE: 74225327 Leona Copeland Montgomery
Dear Karen,
Thanks so much for the kind words. I've gotten way behind because of Christmas but I'll eventually see the light at the end of the tunnel. Thanks again.

Added by TimelessSpirits on Dec 28, 2013 2:40 PM

Michael Ratliff Lutz
RE: Major Cogswell Olney
I wish I could I could answer your question but I found this memorial the same way you found the memorial. I was researching family members who were at Valley Forge. Major Olney is in my family but not in my direct line. He served under my fifth great grandfather, Col Israel Angell.

Perhaps the person who created this memorial can be of more help.

Added by Michael Ratliff Lutz on Dec 25, 2013 10:39 PM

TimelessSpirits
Memorial 74225327 - Leona Copeland Montgomery
I've done quite a bit of work on Leona's memorial and thought you might want to take another look at it. Thanks much for your input.

Added by TimelessSpirits on Dec 15, 2013 9:57 PM

Nancy Eliason Walker
Dara Walker
It's a boy! Nancy E. Walker

Added by Nancy Eliason Walker on Dec 11, 2013 7:19 PM

Not Forgotten
Westover
Thank you for the information on the Westover family. I have no other information to share.
Best wishes,
Bev

Added by Not Forgotten on Dec 08, 2013 3:51 AM

Cherri Lusk
Rachel E Hughes
Her son Pearl Heaton Ripley married into my family too. Frances Mae Sankey's mother was a Soules. I looked to see if I could find your John H but no luck.

Added by Cherri Lusk on Nov 25, 2013 10:20 AM

Cherri Lusk
Oscar Lincoln Soules
He is a Mayflower descendant.

Added by Cherri Lusk on Nov 24, 2013 4:14 PM

Cherri Lusk
Oscar Lincoln Soules
Oscar married Lourell T Hughes on 27 DEC 1889 in Terre Haute. She was the daughter of Peter Hughes and Ellen Dickerson. Oscar Lincoln Soules was one of the administrators of his uncle, Warren Soules's estate. I think Oscar was named after his father, Lemuel's brother, Oscar who was my great grandfather.

Added by Cherri Lusk on Nov 24, 2013 4:03 PM

Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 21963101
Thanks for the info. I'll have someone get a photo for me.
~Steve

Added by Steve Edquist ~In Memory ... on Aug 18, 2013 2:07 PM

Johnny
RE: Louis Jacob Hazouri death date
Hello Karen, Thank you for the information . I added some marker photos to the 3 memorials and corrected my typo. The information you provided matches the marker. Thank you for the help. Have a great day. I appreciate it.

Johnny

Added by Johnny on Apr 23, 2013 7:49 PM

CC-Genealogy
re: Wolcott/Johnson
I have added a synopsis of some of our info for Leila to the memorial that we both believe is for the Leila WOLCOTT who married Fred JOHNSON. If you have the burial location for her parents (Erastus and Helen), I will encode that in the bio rather than hard linking it via findagrave (unless we discover for certain that this Leila is OUR Leila, in that case, I will use Findagrave's linking).
I did not have any information about Fred and Leila's children except that Walter died in 1906 and is buried at Nichols. Charlotte may have been named after Fred's sister 'Lott' who I have one note for that says, "Died at age 21".

I've looked for Parley JOHNSON Sr (and wife Lucia WEBSTER) in many places in Tioga and Bradford counties using a very willing photo volunteer who I owe much to. Unfortunately we have had no success. I know nothing of the history behind the namimg of Johnson Road which is just south of Osborn Hill Road in Bradford County, PA and just south of the NY/PA line. But I suspect that the name Johnson may have come from the family in question, just as the Osborn Hill Road, and the Osborn Hill Cemetery there take their name from that family of Osborns whose children are intimately linked with the Johnsons. I have never tried to locate the old farmstead.

Added by CC-Genealogy on Apr 02, 2013 1:21 PM

CC-Genealogy
re; Johnson
Yes, Fred is linked to his parents. James M. JOHNSON is the son of Parley and Lucia (WEBSTER) JOHNSON. His mother Jane is the daughter of Charles and Minerva WALKER. Jane's brother is the Samuel WALKER who marries Ellen JOHNSON daugher of James M. JOHNSON's brother Charles JOHNSON and Charles' wife Sally 'Sarah' Osborn (daughter of Peter Osborn and Rachel Gardner). The Osborn family links me with another branch of my family...and so on..

I'm still looking for the burials for Parley and Lucia Johnson. Parley Jr is buried at Nichols, but no sign of Parley Sr.

Added by CC-Genealogy on Apr 01, 2013 11:31 PM

CC-Genealogy
re; Leila Sherwood`
I added some information to Leila's memorial. Perhaps more in the morning.

CC

Added by CC-Genealogy on Apr 01, 2013 10:24 PM

Next
 
 

Privacy Statement and Terms of Service