|Savannah Sutherland||Lyle & Sybil Parkinson|
Are you related to Lyle & Sybil Parkinson?
Added by Savannah Sutherland on Jan 27, 2016 12:30 AM
|An Oregonian||Samantha Worden Kyser #33668105|
Hello, Samantha Worden Kyser. Was Worden from another husband or was she the daughter of Asa C. Towns? Can you tell me what the Worden connection is? Were the Wordens related to the McNitts and Wordens of Wheatfield, Niagara, NY. Later Michigan.
Thanks, Ann Lounsberry Monnier.
Added by An Oregonian on Nov 24, 2015 12:24 PM
|MaryK||Photo requests for St. Pats, Bay City|
I was unable to fill these requests because the office lady is very unhelpful about locating graves. She hates a list so I have found it easiest for the individual who is requesting the photo to find out the location. I have an index of existing tombstones that some nice ladies did for the Bay County GENWEB but that's for the old St. Pats where most burials are from the early 1900s. Sorry!
None of the Gleasons appear on the tombstone index.
Added by MaryK on Nov 02, 2015 11:28 AM
|Tess ||RE: Connie Tatge.|
You are most welcome! Sorry there was nothing there to photograph. Its always sad for me to find that a grave is unmarked. But, there was record of her being in the cemetery. That at least confirms you've found her.
Added by Tess on Sep 24, 2015 3:31 AM
|Cheryl Clarridge||RE: Shambleau and Hayes|
Your more than welcome Teresa, I'm glad I could take then for you. I'm sorry I missed Catherine Hodder but will look for her next time if no one else picks it up.
On the other side of the Hayes monument is Willis
Wm 1818-1895, Sarah 1830-1906, John E 1871-1910, Arthur 1853-1906, Ida A 1859-1944. I mention this in case they are folks you may be interested in. I have set up memorials for them with pictures.
Added by Cheryl Clarridge on Sep 14, 2015 5:03 AM
|Cheryl Clarridge||Francis Wilson|
Added the information you asked.
Added by Cheryl Clarridge on Aug 30, 2015 8:42 AM
|Cheryl Clarridge||RE: Thank You!|
Your more than welcome. If you would like to use any of my photos on ancestry etc. please do so.
The photos are for you any anyone that is interested in them.
I have made the correction and edits to Frances Wilson.
Added by Cheryl Clarridge on Aug 26, 2015 3:28 PM
|Sharon W||RE: William and Leona Shaffer|
You're very welcome.
Added by Sharon W on Aug 25, 2015 3:36 PM
|David Sawdy||Mary Emily Baker VanHouten|
I see what the problem is you spell there last name VanHouten Its Van Houten Her husband is my Cousin
I ran in to the same in the cemeteries around Ionia also. Made 3 trips before I discovered the correct spelling.
Added by David Sawdy on Aug 22, 2015 1:24 AM
|Tina Adams||RE: Thank you!|
Hi Teresa, I will send on your thanks to Paul. I know he will be most appreciative of your praise!
Take care my friend,
Added by Tina Adams on Aug 14, 2015 1:41 PM
|Tina Adams||RE: Dickinson, George|
You are most welcome Teresa. It is people like you that make it worth while!
Take care my friend!
Added by Tina Adams on Aug 12, 2015 12:39 AM
|Tina Adams||RE: Dickinson, George|
Hi Teresa, it is my pleasure to assist a fellow ancestral explorer! The reason I asked about Ancestry as there are pictures of your George and a few others. If you have trouble finding them, let me know.
Added by Tina Adams on Aug 11, 2015 7:29 AM
|Tina Adams||Dickinson, George|
I found a little information with regards to George
Dickinson, George A., was born in Lysander N. Y., October 12, 1852, a son of Joshua C., who was a native of Greene county. He settled in Huron in 1857 and lived here until his death. In politics he.was a Republican, and served nine years as assessor. His wife was Elmira-Powell, and their children were: Steverson S., Powell C., Rachel, wife of John Brink of Michigan; Mary, wife of Reuben Brink of Michigan; Kezia, wife of Alfred Waldron of Huron; Susan, wife of Charles Stone of Baldwinsville; Geooge A., Adelbert and Edna. Powell was killed in the Rebellion, at the battle of Port Hudson. Steverson also served in the war. At the age of twenty two our subject began life for himself by purchasing the farm of seventy one acres in 1886 where he now resides. He married Luna L., daughter of David and Maria Fought, of Huron. In politics be is a Republican. His grandfather was Samuel Powell a native and shoe merchant of Lysander; who came to Huron in 1857 and spent the remainder of his life with his daughter, Mrs. Dickinson. Joshua Dickinson was a Mason, a member of the Huron Grange Lodge, and was a delegate to many of the county and State conventions.
Landmarks of Wayne County, New York
Edited by: Hon. George W. Cowles
Assisted by: H. P. Smith and others
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1895
o you have access to Ancestry.com?
Added by Tina Adams on Aug 10, 2015 12:17 PM
|Tina Adams||RE: Thank You!|
You are most welcome Teresa, I have been working on my own ancestry for over 10 years and I know the value of helping others along the way as I have been helped. That is how Paul and I met. He is the best photographer on here. He won't even go unless the sun is shining so he can get the best shot. He always goes the extra mile and that is why I respect him so much.
It is so nice to get the appreciation!
Added by Tina Adams on Aug 09, 2015 7:22 PM
|Janet K||William Minard in New River Cemetery|
I am removing my claim for the photo of William Minard in New River Cemetery. I thought I had the photo, but when I got home I discovered I had a photo of William Minarde who died in 1885.
I'm sorry! It's too far away from me to go back and look again any time soon.
Added by Janet K on Aug 04, 2015 10:35 AM
|Gilly||RE: Thank you for the transfers|
Teresa, I suggest you call Evergreen Cemetery to look for him, there is also another cemetery Woodlawn just north of Evergreen that is a possibility....I am glad I helped you fill in some pieces of your family tree. Best Wishes....Dom
Added by Gilly on Jul 24, 2015 7:39 PM
|Gilly||Harris's at Evergreen|
You might try calling the cemetery office and see who else was buried in this plot, either of the ladies that work there Beth or Bernadette could copy the lot card and send it to you, if might give you more info.
Added by Gilly on Jul 24, 2015 3:37 PM
|John T||RE: Photo of Wiley Vought|
Yes you can use my photo
Added by John T on Jul 23, 2015 4:44 PM
|Gilly||McFarland's at Evergreen|
Teresa: you are very welcome, you may use the photos as you wish, There was another family with the same type of headstones, named Harris, in this same plot...Alice and James I believe, I took photos of these as well. the Findagrave # is 149258114. If they are relatives, I will gladly transfer them to you.
Added by Gilly on Jul 23, 2015 4:29 PM
|Renee||RE: Thank You!|
You are welcome. Yes you can use any of my photos
Added by Renee on Jul 23, 2015 4:27 PM
|Jayne||RE: Dorothy Drowley and William Cook Headstones|
You are welcome!!
Added by Jayne on Jun 29, 2015 11:30 AM
|Mary Jacklin||Great Grandmother|
Thank so very much for the information on this website.
This is my Greatgranmother that died 1 week befor I was born and I am her namesake-
Mary Ann Jacklin
My grandmother was her daughter Glady.
Added by Mary Jacklin on Jun 27, 2015 4:48 PM
|RAP||RE: Thank You!!!|
You are welcome. The Moll's were popular yesterday. Other Find A Grave member had a photo request for Anna's husband.
Added by RAP on Jun 10, 2015 3:42 AM
|b0a7f||RE: Thank you!|
Fixed the picture!
Added by b0a7f on Jun 09, 2015 10:26 PM
Your very welcome. Anyone or thing else, just let me know
Added by Vanessa Northrup on May 28, 2015 7:34 AM