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Jo E (#46986225)
 member for 8 years, 6 months, 17 days
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nutty Holla
RE: John Klink 52921205
your welcome. I have appreciated all the work that those who went out and took the pictures. Everybody doing a little or a lot helps out others find out some very interesting history which by the way when I was in school did not like. Now look at this.
Can you tell me anything about a Rudolph Klinck. I have been working with the Christian Klincks of Buffalo and feel that we have a connection there but I just can't seem to get it. The Gerbers, Klincks (Klink) were all together and German would have been the common denominator.

: - )

Added by nutty Holla on Mar 08, 2016 8:36 AM

Ed & Deb Hennings
RE: Otis Carmichael 92644049
Almira's parents are in the same cemetery they are Isaac and Elizabeth "Betsey" Otis. Think I sent the edit to you also.

Sincerely Ed Hennings

Added by Ed & Deb Hennings on Feb 27, 2016 5:38 PM

Ed & Deb Hennings
RE: Almira Carmichael 81281867
Sorry about that, must have missed that one. Almira's maiden name is Otis. I have a family book published in New York in 1859 for the Otis family. They are distant relatives on my mom's side. Well this book has been past down through the family and gives a pretty good family lineage. It shows Almira and who she married but not much more information on that part of the family. So my wife and me have been doing a lot of research. My wife has been doing Genealogy for many years. With her information and the family book I am starting to trace the family through Find A Grave. My guess is they named their son after the family name, but I have not yet research that area and hate putting something done until I can back it up with some proof.

Right now there is some confusion with Almira and Daniel Carmichael. Daniel Carmichael married Almira Otis on Sept. 16 1820. I just found the grave information that I am guessing is their children. (still researching) However Almira died in 1831 and in the family book a Daniel Carmichael (the same or another Daniel Carmichael) married Almira's niece, Eliza Otis on Oct. 25, 1832. I believe it is the same Carmichael and believe this was out of family convenience to marry, not sure and still researching.

So this is as much as I have for now but I will figure it out.

Sincerely Ed Hennings

Added by Ed & Deb Hennings on Feb 27, 2016 5:16 PM

jazzman717
RE: Ray Van Hoesen 112124306
You are very welcome. His wife was my great aunt. Amazing what you find when you are doing genealogy!
Please keep up the great work you are doing. Future generations will have a wealth of knowledge from what you do now.

Added by jazzman717 on Feb 13, 2016 8:30 AM

Nan Whitcomb
RE: Claude Edwards 43429366
I have yet to find where Moses and Almira were buried. Almira was b 31 MY 1861 - d 19 Aug 1932 in New Milford, PA I have her death record, says she was buried in Downsville, NY. I have searched every cemetery in that area that is on line but with no luck. She was a widow in 1930 Delaware Co., living with McKinley, Rosa, 3 of her(Rosa)children and their son Claude. They could be buried in Riverview Cemetery in Hancock, which is only on find-a-grave, and not all recorded. I have been searching in the Delaware Co. site.

Added by Nan Whitcomb on Jan 21, 2016 5:35 PM

SvanBen
RE: Antje Van Houten 25269496
I'm only guessing, but it is probably the way the name could have been spelled in "Dutch" before the translation.
Sandy VanBenschoten

Added by SvanBen on Jan 19, 2016 6:48 AM

cheryl fox
RE: Peabody's 100398685
hi- i'm a peabody descendant but not directly related to this family. the nathan hale cemetery collection is available on family search. that is where it lists the parents and 3 dau as buried together. perhaps the parents names are unreadable due to longer exposure to the elements. elizabeth holway peabody's parents are Find A Grave# 100396704 and 100396490, which are under your name. perhaps you will be better able to interpret a damaged stone now that you know what names you are looking for. if you are able to make a site for augustus and elizabeth, let me know and i can link him to his MA family. good luck, cheryl

Added by cheryl fox on Jan 13, 2016 12:02 PM

RA Look
Thank You
Thank you for transferring the two Robinson memorials to my care. Your dedication to this site is fantastic. Way to go!
Ray

Added by RA Look on Dec 23, 2015 9:45 AM

Bronx Cop
William Edward Roche, III
Jo E: I just wanted to let you know that I added a photo to the memorial that you created. - Kevin

Added by Bronx Cop on Dec 16, 2015 11:29 PM

seekerJay
RE: Ann C. Scofield 155911295
Your premise is 100% correct. Ann and Julia are sisters. Thanks for locating this grave marker. I knew that Julia and her husband were in Hillside from their obits, but Ann's doesn't say where she was buried. I am sending you Ann's obituary via e-mail.

I have been unable to prowl cemeteries in a while due to my obligations at home caring for an elderly relative. I miss it.

Added by seekerJay on Dec 15, 2015 1:13 AM

Craig Humphrey
James McClaughry
Thanks for taking the picture of Lt. Col. James McClaughry's grave in Little Britain. His second wife, Agnes Humphrey McClaughry, was my fourth great grand aunt. Her brother, George, was my fourth great grandfather.

Craig Humphrey

Added by Craig Humphrey on Dec 10, 2015 8:23 AM

John Smith
Mortimer Herbert Smith

Jo E Eternal Thanks

Saying thank you does not begin to say how grateful I am.

I have tried for years to find out what happened to this man when he arrived in America.

You've solved the puzzle, complete with photographs.

Again thank you so so much.

John Smith

Added by John Smith on Nov 23, 2015 7:45 AM

Cindy Coffell
RE: Gray family photos
You are most welcome :-)

Added by Cindy Coffell on Nov 22, 2015 2:51 AM

squadron a association
Trooper Charles Elston
On behalf of the late veterans of the 105th Machine Gun Battalion, a big THANK YOU for the transfer.

Vince Katinas
Squadron A Association

Added by squadron a association on Oct 11, 2015 9:36 AM

L Harmon
Elmer Glenwood Wing
Elmer Wing is the only memorial in Farmingdale Cemetery. He is buried in Maine Avenue Cemetery in Farmingdale (246 memorials) which is where I photographed his stone to add to your memorial. Apparently at one time it was known as Farmingdale Cemetery but the Town now calls it Maine Avenue.

Would you please change his burial location from Farmingdale to Maine Avenue where he is with his wife Irene. Thank you.

Added by L Harmon on Sep 24, 2015 8:12 AM

L Harmon
Elmer Glenwood Wing
Elmer Wing is the only memorial in Farmingdale Cemetery. He is buried in Maine Avenue Cemetery in Farmingdale (246 memorials) which is where I photographed his stone to add to your memorial. Apparently at one time it was known as Farmingdale Cemetery but the Town now calls it Maine Avenue.

Would you please change his burial location from Farmingdale to Maine Avenue where he is with his wife Irene. Thank you.

Added by L Harmon on Sep 24, 2015 8:09 AM

Diane Gravlee
RE: Mead Eells 103572693
Thanks for making the notation on his memorial; people can choose which info they feel is correct. I'm not sure anyone will ever really know as the old cemetery transcriptions also contained errors.
Diane

Added by Diane Gravlee on Sep 18, 2015 8:17 PM

Cindy Coffell
Wiesmer/Griswold at Walton Cemetery
I photographed grave markers at Walton Cemetery this summer. I added photos to the Wiesmer and Griswold memorials this morning and sent a number of suggestions via edit tab. Most suggestions based on information on the grave markers but relationships were gained by reading Ruth Griswold's will found at ancestry.com. I appreciate your work with Find a Grave!

Added by Cindy Coffell on Sep 14, 2015 5:42 AM

BJWeir
Anton Andersen & Sailors' Snug Harbor Cemetery
I noticed that you had created a memorial for Anton Andersen who is interred at the Sailors' Snug Harbor Cemetery. Are you a descendant of Anton's? I'm also a descendant of a mariner who resided at Sailors' Snug Harbor and is interred at the SSH Cemetery. If you are interested in more information about the SSH Cemetery and where to find Anton's SSH Records, I can help you. You can contact me at the email address listed on my member name profile.

Added by BJWeir on Aug 22, 2015 10:24 PM

mp
RE: William Daniel Procak
Yes, I am a Procak. My father was William Daniel (Bill). He is not buried in a cemetary. He moved from NY to TN in May 2004 and he passed away on 04/15/06. I'm new to this site so if you can add it for me it would be greatly appreciated. Do you know if you have any relation too John Procak (my grandfather)?

Added by mp on Aug 18, 2015 4:45 PM

Marge Pearson
RE: Mead Eells Walton Cem
Hello again,

There is not 2 for Philena. That is why I emailed you back as I found one for her.

Thank you.

Marge

Added by Marge Pearson on Aug 15, 2015 7:31 AM

Marge Pearson
RE: Mead Eells 103572693
Good Morning,

Everything you did is fine with me. Leaving your dates does not bother me. Both of our death dates are wrong. Yours is too early and I hit the 8 instead of the 6 for 1876 but I am fine with whatever you want! Yes, I am new like about 2013 but I have learned a lot and it has been interesting.

Thank you and God Bless,

Marge Pearson

Added by Marge Pearson on Aug 15, 2015 7:28 AM

pjt
William H. Becker
Hello Jo, Please disregard the previous message, I found the guy I was looking for. Paul

Added by pjt on Aug 05, 2015 8:16 AM

pjt
William H. Becker 111854077
Hello Jo, the veteran's list you referred to, did it list their unit?
I do research on the 134th NY Volunteer Infantry having had an ancestor who served in the unit. A William H. Becker served in the 134th. He enlisted in 1862, at Gilboa, at the age of 24. Thanks for creating his memorial. Paul Turner

Added by pjt on Aug 04, 2015 7:18 PM

Jill D
Danny Sarvis
Jo
Sorry for not leaving my number. I just found Raymond Sarvis's son, Danny Sarvis that you added. I never got to see his grave stone. I have such nice memories of playing with Danny when we were kids. It brought tears to my eyes. Thank you for posting it. Would you transfer that to me too and I will link Ray and Danny?

Regards,
Jill 4718967

Added by Jill D on Jun 24, 2015 3:22 PM

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