|James Scrivner||FAG #35047730|
FYI: Info on this post was entered 9/12/2003 on #7863335
Added by James Scrivner on May 12, 2014 5:13 AM
|Barbara Lea||RE: Galpin|
I would guess that Ann's a "Galpen" because 1) the grave stone carver got it wrong, or 2) the person ordering the gravestone spelled the name wrong or wrote illegibly, or 3) the stone was eroded too badly for the person transcribing to tell. There are a surprising number of errors on gravestones!
Added by Barbara Lea on Jan 11, 2014 11:29 AM
|Donna McPherson||Isabella Ravesies|
At Dade City Cemetery you have a picture of A H Ravesies on her Memorial.
Added by Donna McPherson on Feb 17, 2013 6:13 AM
Sorry, I mean 1862. The other monument with a date of its own is for Liberty Allen :).
Added by Spiderlily on Jun 25, 2012 8:33 AM
I think you're right. The date on the tower was when the tower itself was built. I saw that same thing again in the same cemetery yesterday, from 1962.
Added by Spiderlily on Jun 25, 2012 4:17 AM
|Spiderlily||William Henry Howe|
You're welcome. It's a mystery, that one. Why does his individual stone say 1875, and the large tower says 1865? Maybe 1865 is just the year the tower was built.
I also posted pictures of the graves of his wives and (I believe) two of his sons who died young. All these graves were together, by that tower. They all have memorial pages and their names are (all Howe) Eliza, Sarah T, John F., and Clarence P., so you can look them up if you wish. Clarence was born and died in 1872, so if he was in fact WH and Sarah's son, WH couldn't have died in 1865.
Added by Spiderlily on Jun 24, 2012 7:00 AM
|Donna Dunham Jones||RE: Allens|
You are very welcomed.
Added by Donna Dunham Jones on Aug 14, 2011 6:15 AM
|Robert Cline||Johan Michael Brenenstuhl|
I was checking my listings and saw you had added a note next to his. The photo hasn't happened yet but if you're interested in mote research and wrote a book using familytreemaker and have a lot of information on the Brenenstuhl family. Johan is my GGGGG Grandfather, bob
Added by Robert Cline on Jul 31, 2011 4:20 PM
|Brad Mcpherson||RE: Mary Jane Ellis Haynes|
I Hope this was the right headstone. My wife and I look for one with the dates that the site had for this head stone. But this was the only one. There is also a Brook head stone next to this one that says Sister on the top. We believe it to be her sister-in-law.
Added by Brad Mcpherson on May 15, 2011 8:35 AM
|beckie steiner||RE: Gee's|
That is ok. I wish I could forget the snow! :) It should be gone soon. This is what I know about the Gee's in my family: Vivian Bradley was adopted by Joseph and Ida (Wing) Gee. He had twin daughters and two sons. One of his daughters was Ida and one of his sons was Joseph. If this sounds familiar let me know and maybe we can compare more notes! Thanks!
Added by beckie steiner on Mar 01, 2011 5:22 PM
Hi! I will try to get your photo request as soon as the snow is gone. I also have Gee's in my family. Mine came from the Cambria area. Do you have a Joseph and Ida in your family?
Added by beckie steiner on Feb 28, 2011 5:27 PM
|BobBoston||Arthur Emery Willard|
You are welcome. I'm fairly certain John Gibney would transfer it to you, If you asked.
Added by BobBoston on Aug 25, 2010 7:04 AM
|Sherry Copenhaver||RE: Briggs|
You are very welcome! Glad to do it!
Added by Sherry Copenhaver on Aug 08, 2010 2:57 PM
|Chi (Rouse) Benedict||RE: Alida Stocking, Greenwood Cemetery, #27440861|
I just got your message on the Billius Stocking family recently and wanted to reply with information for you. Contact me by e-mail on my contributor page and I would be happy to share information with you.
Added by Chi (Rouse) Benedict on Jul 11, 2010 10:21 PM
|Sandy Cole-Tanner||RE: Cole - Allen Families|
We are related through the lines but its more distant. My grandpa was James Cole, son of Thomas Cole, son of Miles Cole, son of Dial Cole, ...and Dial was John Wesley Cole's son. Ha! I too wish they had a relationship finder :)
Nice chatting with you, Sandy
Added by Sandy Cole-Tanner on Jun 15, 2010 6:28 AM
|Sandy Cole-Tanner||Cole - Allen Families|
Are you related to Barbara Allen-Cole ? I just met her last week on a visit to KY
Added by Sandy Cole-Tanner on Jun 14, 2010 7:50 AM
|Sandy Cole-Tanner||John Wesley Cole grave|
You are welcome! I have the very old original grave photos on my Ancestry.com tree : Cole-Frazier Family Tree 2006. They are hard to read so family bought a new stone. Search John Wesley Cole and you will find more photos. I visited his grave last week along with other Howard and Cole graves.
Added by Sandy Cole-Tanner on Jun 14, 2010 7:49 AM
|Paul.Connell||RE: Simeon Allen|
It was my pleasure. I still have a few more allen's to post and I will get them up in the next few days
Added by Paul.Connell on Jun 04, 2010 6:31 AM
|A. D. Bass||RE: Fullers|
The only head stones were the ones marked Father and Mother. The big marker had writing only on the left side with Mary's name and date of death.
the short marker marked Father I assume was where Jefferson was buried.
Added by A. D. Bass on Apr 28, 2010 6:26 AM
You're welcome, I'm glad I could help.
Added by Alanna on Apr 01, 2010 5:19 AM
|Pamela Cullen Matteson||Forest H Thompson|
I took the requested picture today. I also found on a census that his parents were D.W. Thompson and Flora Thompson who are buried in the same area he is. It is section E plot 102.
Added by Pamela Cullen Matteson on Mar 31, 2010 2:55 PM
|B Bryan||RE: Lula Ryals Evans|
Thanks so much....you're the best.
Added by B Bryan on Jan 03, 2010 3:53 PM
|B Bryan||Lula Ryals Evans|
Thanks for the transfer. I got her linked.
Added by B Bryan on Jan 03, 2010 1:10 PM
Wow!! This is wonderful. I didnt even know they were buried there. Thank you so much, I cant even tell you how much this means to me. You made my year!!
Added by Angela Bandy on Dec 30, 2009 7:09 PM
Thank you so very much for taking time to get this gravestone pic for me. I truely appreciate your kindness.
Happy New Year,
Added by Angela Bandy on Dec 30, 2009 2:09 PM