|Sarah Fitzgerald||Rice family|
If you are working on the Rice family I can send you more information on this family in Frederick County Maryland. You did a great job on the Indiana Rice family.
Added by Sarah Fitzgerald on Jan 18, 2015 9:47 AM
|Milli Sandrone Hammer||Susanna A Beaver|
The memorial you created for Susanna is so good and very complete. I do sincerely thank you for adding the information on her children - George Henry is my grandfather. When you have time, Susanna's mother was Elizabeth Gean. Also, of interest to family, but maybe not for Find-A-Grave, we have DNA evidence from male Glosson descendants and Male Beaver descendants linking the four male Beaver childen to a Glosson father. In addition to the information you included about James Henry Beaver's death certificate showing Jesse as his father, both Franklin Bernice and James Henry Beaver were born when Susanna was living with her sister Mary L Beaver Glosson in Jasper Glosson's household. Thomas Pinkney Beaver and George Henry Beaver were born after Mary died in 1861 and Jasper married Eliza Margaret Poe about 1874/5. Jasper and Eliza had two children, Jasper L Glosson and Alfred R Glosson - both of whom claimed relationship with the Beaver siblings. In fact they held an annual Beaver/Glosson reunion at the home of Jasper L. Glossonup until 1935 when it was cancelled due to the polio epidemic.
I can't link George Henry Beaver to his mother since I didn't create his memorial either, so I appreciate you adding his name to the memorial you created.
One other thing - you have Susanna's spouse as Jasper Glosson - don't know the technicalities but the two did not marry. Their relationship was widely known in the area, but the did not marry.
Thank you for all you do - Milli
Added by Milli Sandrone Hammer on Jan 16, 2015 7:18 AM
|Judith Marshall Stell||Ellen Williams-Beechwood|
Memorial 47180920, Ellen Williams's death certificate says she was age 17 and date of death is December 23, 1931. I wonder if the date December 27, 1931 is a burial date? Her mother was Ellen U. Fitts and her father was Harrison Williams (death certificate).
Ellen's mother remarried and her death certificate shows she is also buried at Beechwood Cemetery. She was born November 15, 1895 and died February 9, 1949 and she may have gone by Ellen or Ella Jones, maiden name Fitts. Don't know if she has a headstone and am not finding her listed at Beechwood.
Ellen/Ella Fitts Williams Jones was the daughter of WMB Fitts, Memorial 47476564
Just passing information along. - Judy Stell
Added by Judith Marshall Stell on Jan 11, 2015 7:08 AM
|Lynn Simon||Henry Grier Goodman, Sr.|
Thanks for your work on Find A Grave. I have decided to work on my nephew's father's family tree and your memorial to his grandfather certainly helps me begin.
Find A Grave not only has expanded my connection to those of the past, but also with new family members of the present. Thanks for your contribution.
Added by Lynn Simon on Jan 07, 2015 9:15 AM
|Lisa Williams||Historic Cemetery Committee|
The Town of Hillsborough, NC, has formed a new committee, the Historic Cemetery Committee. Its focus is restoring and preserving the Old Town Cemetery, Margaret Lane Cemetery and the old section of the new Town Cemetery (for now). The committee is also researching cemetery records and locating lost stones that may have sunk into the ground. I see that you have listed many, many names in the Orange county cemeteries. I was wondering if you would be interested in joining this committee.
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested or not. Your research experience would be very helpful to this group.
Added by Lisa Williams on Jan 02, 2015 7:01 PM
|april mccormick||Quincy Johnson|
can you add rest of his children..
also how or if you are related ?
please free feel to email if you wish to answer any questions
Added by april mccormick on Dec 30, 2014 6:23 PM
|Karen Mickel Bennett||Charles Reddish|
Thank you again for sending additional information to me! I am always thrilled when someone takes the time to send additional information to add to memorials. Future generations will appreciate the time and work we all are trying to accomplish! Thank you for all your hard work! Have a Merry Christmas.....
Added by Karen Mickel Bennett on Dec 22, 2014 12:21 PM
|Nancy||Purpose of Find A Grave|
Many thanks for reminding us all of the purpose of Find A Grave: to record the actual burial location of the many, unheralded individuals who created this nation we call "America".
This is a site where families can be "re-united in perpetuity (I pray that it remains free to all!), but it is not a "genealogy" site. It is a place where we can honor those who preceded us.
Just stumbled on your Find A Grave home page while searching one of those infamous "brick wall" ancestors.
Many thanks for the work that you do - you are among the "Angels" who populate this website. The hours that you spend here are very deeply appreciated by at least one human being - me,and I suspect, many others!
Thank you for enriching our lives.
Added by Nancy on Dec 20, 2014 8:23 PM
|Estelle Clark||Tuck family- Maplewood etc|
HI there... I have a complicated issue I need to "discuss" with you but don't want to post the entire, complicated narrative here. If you could email me at email@example.com, I will send info and issues to your email. It involves memorials for Gladys Tuck and Ira Tuck at Maplewood. Thanks. ~Estelle
Added by Estelle Clark on Dec 14, 2014 9:17 AM
I would like to thank you for all the work you have done. I would also request if you could transfer the Bessie Irene SPARKS West memorial to me. # 42415376
Are you related at all to the WEST or SPARKS ancestors? She is my grandmother.
Michael Joel West
Added by Michael West on Dec 10, 2014 11:37 AM
I see that you got your information for Lillian from the NC Death Indexes.
Where did you get the information for parents and siblings?
Thanks for all your hard work and postings!
Added by Pam438 on Nov 24, 2014 12:29 PM
The above memorial is for my 3rd Great Grandfather on my father's side, Robert Wallace of Person County, NC. I am now managing the direct line of descendants of his to me (including spouses). I am managing his wife's memorial, Jane #29928672. I would like to ask you to transfer management to me; my contributor number is 47499301, user name NChirco
Added by NChirco on Nov 20, 2014 10:21 AM
|imatarheel||Ray family links|
Happy you figured that one out. So missed her in the same plot as E H Ray. I pulled up the mother's record based on the date and of course a transcribing error maiden name Emary. It was correct on familysearch.org. They do a much better job.
Added by imatarheel on Nov 15, 2014 7:46 AM
I am trying to find my relative, Borghild Lee. She was born abt. 1902 or 1903 in Aitkin CO., MN to Anne (Anna) Dreyer and Oluf Lee. I don't know who she married, or when she died. The info you have on Borghild Treff is similar to mine, but the parents are different. Do you have any other information on Treff? Borghild Treff's mother's maiden name is also Dreyer.
Added by amh0705 on Nov 13, 2014 10:13 AM
|Randy Butts||JT Oliver|
Thank you for making the edits and links to the Jim Oliver memorial and for all the extra research, it was a big help to me in doing my Everett family tree!
Added by Randy Butts on Oct 16, 2014 8:00 PM
|PKA Mack||Edith Winston|
I am interested in updating information on my fourth great grandparents:
John and Edith Winston buried in the Winston Cemetery in Youngsville, NC on the Long Bay Elementary property.
It is my understanding that the graves are in poor condition but through my six years of research, I have their birth and death dates.
I would like to be able to add information to their find a grave pages and that can be done if you transfer my family pages to me. I've been a member of Find A Grave for six years and have 78 accounts.
You can reach me at:
Please subject it: Find A Grave John and Edith Winston.
Thank you so much for your help.
I read your lengthy information and say thank you. I am willing to forward the information I would like to add to their pages, if you want to maintain their pages. I would like to link them to my family for others in my family.
Thanks so much,
Peggy Kelley Mack
My mother, Ernestine Clara Winston Kelley
Added by PKA Mack on Oct 15, 2014 12:40 PM
|Richard Smith||James L Smith|
Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery
North Carolina, USA
James father was Thomas Smith. James and Delilah Hatch were married Oct 2,1867 in orange nc.
Delilah F Andrews was first married to john Hatch Sep 20, 1860 in Orange,nc.
Delilah F. hatch smith that is also in this same cemetery. Her parents were David Andrews and Joanna Edwards.
Added by Richard Smith on Oct 12, 2014 5:55 PM
|SMcGaughey||RE: Hall Otis Seals #46649774|
Thanks...I found several headstones in that area that were moved from East Durham; none of them had dates on the stones. I found a reference in a 1937 list of cemeteries to East Durham cemetery (Col) "near East Durham airport", but haven't found anything else about it. Perhaps it was on land that became RDU. Just guessing.
Added by SMcGaughey on Oct 07, 2014 6:08 PM
|Karen Mickel Bennett||Leonidas Oldham|
Thank you so much for the names of his parents. I know it takes time to make edits, but I appreciate them so much! Future generations will thank us all for the extra work we do to make accurate, informative memorials. Again, thank you for taking the time to send me the new info.
Karen Mickel Bennett
Added by Karen Mickel Bennett on Oct 05, 2014 11:03 AM
|William Zachry||Young Finis Ewing Harris|
Thank you for posting the information on YFE Harris (1815-1870), my wife's 3rd great grandfather.. I need proof that he is the son of William Harris (1792-1845) to complete my son's SAR application. If you have documented proof of that relationship I would be most grateful to receive it and pay any expenses. Again, many thanks for your assistance.
Added by William Zachry on Sep 30, 2014 9:38 PM
|Estelle Clark||Cornelia Adaline "Nellie" Ward Murray- 123395519|
I just fulfilled a photo request for the person referenced and her stone shows her name as PERMELIA A. WARD MURRAY as does her death certificate (I assume the "A" is Adaline) Your memorial for her shows her first name a CORNELIA, so please make that change. She was married to Lewis C Murray, but he does not appear to be buried at Maplewood even though there is an empty spot in their family plot. I could not find a NC death certificate for him to check where he is buried. I created memorials for their son William Guthrie Murray, his wife Lila Elizabeth Workman Murray, his two children Bertha and Bryant Murray. I already made the links on the memorials. THANKS!
Added by Estelle Clark on Sep 30, 2014 4:05 PM
|Blair Seymour||James A. Pippin|
I came across the find a grave page for James A. Pippin as I was researching my grandfather, Douglas Deland Seymour. My father is Glenn Douglas Seymour, son of Douglas. Douglas' mother was Edna Seymour Jones but the family has never known who his father was and their has always been speculation that James Pippin could have been. That's why your page intrigues me! Because we know we are ancestors of Charles Edgar Seymour - who was married to Anna Laura Creekmore - and had 5 kids (although I noticed a census last night list they had 6 kids) but Charles Edgar died of pneumonia in the early 1900's (1904?) at a pretty young age - Anna Laura put the kids in an orphanage and went to live with her parents.
At some point she met James Albert Pippin and the two of them went and got the kids out of the orphanage but one of the kids wanted to stay and finish high school, so he did (that was Robert). The kids and Anna Laura live with James Albert Pippin in the 1920 census and it looks like Anna has remarried and taken the Pippin last name. My grandfather was born in 1922 and his mother is Mary Edna Seymour (daughter of Charles Edgar and Anna Laura)who would have been around 16 when he was born.
Let me know if any of that is confusing but my question is where did the information come from that Seymour Douglas Pippin was Anna and James son? This might be the clue I am looking for! Thank you so much!
Added by Blair Seymour on Sep 29, 2014 5:38 PM
|Deborah Hearn Dugdale||Again thanks!|
Hi, Me again, Also many thanks for the John Wesley Maynard edits, info additions and links! All the best!
Added by Deborah Hearn Dugdale on Sep 25, 2014 4:29 AM
|Deborah Hearn Dugdale||Thank you!|
Thank you once again for all your hard work and fast responce, especially on the Gardner lines in N.C. I have found so many family members you did! Can't thank you enough!
Added by Deborah Hearn Dugdale on Sep 22, 2014 1:46 AM
|Marjorie Joyner Gardiner||Annie Joyner Tingen # 51766357|
Hello Friend, Thanks for adding Annie Joyner and her husband Owen Tingen to Find A Grave. Annie is the sister to my grandfather James Monroe Joyner. (My brother who passed on 1/4/13 was named James Robert Monroe Joyner) I would like to have Annie transfered to me. If you check me out you will see that I only do family except for the old cemetery that the church has asked me to do in Halifax County, NC. I have been a member for over 13 years. I would like to connect Annie to her other brothers and sisters. I see where Helen Sharpe has that her parents had 10 children. This is untrue. They only had 9. On the census a cousin to Annie was listed as a child to John Richard and Susan Rackley Joyner. If you will please transfer Annie to me I would like for you to come back to check out the information that I will be adding. We will be having a Joyner Family Reunion 9/14/14 at White Oak Baptist Church out side of Nashville, NC. We all share what I have found during the year. Three ago we cleaned up the Old Homestead Family Cemetery and had a celebration for 7 Joyner Brother that served in the Civil War together. 2 of the brothers died. Both of them are buried in Virgina.
Marjorie Joyner Gardiner
Added by Marjorie Joyner Gardiner on Sep 04, 2014 10:44 PM