|Barbara Lea||RE: Re Samuel Camp|
Added by Barbara Lea on Jan 13, 2014 9:20 PM
|Family Searcher||Lt James Potts, Amer Revolution|
I see that James Potts is an ancestor of yours. He is a 2nd cousin 7x removed from me. We share some common ancestors. Please contact me. I'd like to exchange info on family lines.
Thank you and Merry Christmas.
Added by Family Searcher on Dec 24, 2013 2:57 PM
|Anne Woods||Abraham Hornback|
I think you have Abraham mixed up with his Grandfather Abraham.
Abraham Hornback (1) Memorial# 62930670
John Hornback Memorial# 62930459
Abraham Hornback (2) Memorial#67535340
Abraham Hornback (?) Memorial# 13689616
Shows he died Jan 29, 1833 at what looks like 61 years. That would mean he was born abt Jan 29, 1772. About 10 years after (1) was born. Brother? Cousin? Hard to tell.
Added by Anne Woods on Dec 17, 2013 11:24 PM
|D. Steele||Anna Freed|
Wanted you to know that Marsha Hankermeyer and I have buried Aunt Anna's cremains in the Freed section of the Ottumwa Cemetery. She is just a few feet away from Uncle Carl.
Added by D. Steele on Nov 05, 2013 10:52 PM
Thank you for the reminder. I intended to delete it when I noticed yours, sometimes I get distracted. It has been deleted now.
Added by RRiggan on Oct 18, 2013 7:35 AM
|Gen Blaylock||RE: John Vanroy Blaylock & Hannah Hammer|
Bigb435@aol.com. I appreciate any help and records you can provide. Will talk more through the appropriate channels.
Added by Gen Blaylock on Oct 14, 2013 5:09 PM
|Gen Blaylock||John Vanroy Blaylock & Hannah Hammer|
I've just started researching my husbands line and am hoping you can help. I'm having trouble locating records beyond John and Hannah. Little background on us...my husband in a Virginia native and we found it very interesting that his 4GG was born in VA! His uncle is still farming Blaylock land in Iowa. Please contact me. Would live to tap into your knowledge.
Added by Gen Blaylock on Oct 13, 2013 7:54 PM
|Norman Cross||John Hammer, Nancy (York) Hammer, and daughter Hannah Hammer|
I think we may be related (distantly, anyway). Found your memorials today for John, Nancy, and Hannah. If my info is correct, I have listed in my tree a John Hammer and a Anna Nancy York (could possibly be Nancy Anne York) as my 4x great grandparents. I have one of their children as a Hannah. There are ten children of John and Nancy listed (that I could find):
Would any of this sound familiar?
Austin Hammer above was supposed to operated the grist mill at Hauns Mill, Mo. where the Haun's Mill Massacre took place.
Martha Patty Hammer above was my 3x great grandmother who was married to Jesse Moore. One of their children was Mercy (Moore) Cross, my 2x great grandmother, who is buried in Concord Cemetery, Macon County, Mo. about 3 miles from where I live.
Added by Norman Cross on Sep 28, 2013 7:48 AM
Thanks for the info on the memorial page for George Harper in Ottumwa, Iowa. I am a descendent of Mary Ann Harper who married Alexander Thompson in 1858 in Belmont, Ontario Canada through their first daughter Genetta. They joined the family in Iowa about 1861. I have been trying to find information previous to George's appearance in the 1851 census and when he immigrated to Canada. Do you have any further information on George or Eliza. It seems Eliza died before the family immigrated to Iowa in 1854. Another question to ponder, where George and Eliza married in Ireland or in Canada?
Added by Rockwriter10 on Sep 25, 2013 7:23 PM
|Jane Bartel||James Perry Baker|
I am also the great grand daughter of James Perry Baker, my mothers father was Austin Baker who was married to Amy Chapman! We must be related.
Added by Jane Bartel on Aug 09, 2013 5:49 PM
|D. Steele||Hazel and George|
Thanks Barb! When I enlarged the picture, I could clearly see that it wasn't Carl.
I visited the Freed graves in Ottumwa this past June. The top of the large 'Freed' stone was loose so I am having it repaired.
Hope all is well with you. David Steele
Added by D. Steele on Jul 26, 2013 11:10 AM
|llanggin||RE: Martha Young headstone picture|
You're welcome. I wish her name had been included on the headstone. I also added the other wife's headstone (can't remember her name just now!).
Added by llanggin on May 21, 2013 9:31 PM
|Beth Shields||Hannah Hawkins Buckingham|
There is a memorial about Hannah mentioned on Hannah's findagrave page - do you have a photo of this memorial that you could share?
Added by Beth Shields on May 20, 2013 3:25 PM
You are very welcome, so glad to hear that you received a notice, when I uploaded the photo it didnt notify me of that so I am happy to see it actually did let you that I had found his stone.
Added by RRiggan on Apr 08, 2013 5:04 AM
|Charles Oris||Charles 'Nathan' Clark|
This person is listed on your page. I was actually named after him. However, there is some confusion in my family about the middle name. The name on his funeral card, which matches the birth and death dates exactly ("died December 31. 1887, aged 71 years") is Charles Nelson Clark . This is my first and middle name. I would be happy to provide a picture for the site, but of course the names need to match. Was wondering how you derived the name, and how you might be related to the Clark's of Caledonia ,Ohio. Thanks.
Added by Charles Oris on Mar 11, 2013 7:30 PM
|Charles Oris||Charles Nathan|
Added by Charles Oris on Mar 11, 2013 7:13 PM
|Lynn Bell||Bartholomew Baker|
Bartholomew Baker is also my husbands 4th great-grander father & we would like to communicate with you. Please contact me @ email@example.com.
Added by Lynn Bell on Feb 23, 2013 2:01 PM
Hi, I see where you have listed the children of Zachariah Stevens.
You forgot Henry Stevens b. October 5, 1818, born in Athens County, Ohio and died and is buried in the Cisne Cemetery, IL
Added by Candee on Oct 21, 2012 2:18 PM
|Scott||RE: Nicholson picture|
Added by Scott on Aug 22, 2012 6:54 PM
|David Jo Canfield (1956 - )||Canfield Information|
This is merely a brief message, to pass on and keep genealogical information flowing, as I recall in earlier years, you - G. Martinsen - my dad [Marvin Canfield (1934-2007); Memorial#36794939] - and a few others, in your initial extensive work, another family source of information whom I've received a few email exchanges from. Specifically:
resides: West Plattsburgh, NY
She is a Canfield descendent, thru:
Sylvanus Canfield / Ruth Benedict
..Almon S Canfield / Enoch Emery
....Alzina Canfield / Enoch Emery
......William Emery / Jennette Cline
........Nina Emery / Isaac Tamer
..........(Do Not Recall / Do Not Recall)
Exerpts, of material she's accumulated, mentioned in our email exchanges:
..records off microfiche at times in Middlesex, VT, where they keep the vital records there;
..material at the Vermont Historical Society;
..several notebooks full of jottings;
..copy of Sylvanus' deed from the Platts (also mentioned in the history of Clinton and Franklin County, NY);
..donated articles when she was historian for the Town of Peru (about 12 miles from Plattsburgh)
David Canfield (1956- )
Added by David Jo Canfield (1956 -... on Aug 06, 2012 6:32 AM
|Carole Alden||Thank you for your work|
While looking to see what Wood family is living in the area, I found your Baker's right door to some which really makes me wonder. Have you had your YDNA done? I'm down from Elder Nathan Baker Find A Grave Memorial# 13480231
Added by Carole Alden on Jul 29, 2012 10:14 PM
|llanggin||RE: Hokanson picture|
You're welcome, Barbara! I was glad I found it!
Added by llanggin on Jul 17, 2012 2:04 PM
|Arthur Nott-Hopkins||Clella Louise Jenkins|
I have made the suggested changes to Clella (Find A Grave Memorial# 71048010). If you like, I can transfer management to you.
Added by Arthur Nott-Hopkins on May 25, 2012 6:24 PM
The Ottumwa Cemetery records show him as "Guss William Hokanson".
Added by llanggin on May 19, 2012 7:16 AM
|Betty Patterson||John Lukens Nicholson|
I am helping a friend research the Nicholson Family and was fortunate to find the memorials you are managing on Find-a-Grave. You did a wonderful job with the memorials I looked at. They are some of THE best!!!
John Lukens Nicholson is her 2 X Great Grandfather. She discovered his Father and Mother, John and Alice [Lukens] Nicholson but not found his b.p. or who his Parents are. Can you help with any of that? My friend thought Alice's husband John was born in Vermont but she can't remember who told her. She is really wanting to find John's Parents and so far, I am not getting very far.
We would really appreciate your help.
Thank you so very much for the headstone pictures, Betty in California
Added by Betty Patterson on May 02, 2012 12:45 AM