|Mark Peebles||James Meabon|
Thank you so much for adding the information to the memorial.
Added by Mark Peebles on Jun 27, 2015 11:43 AM
|Larry Spencer||Rachel Neyman Tanner|
I have a picture that someone wonderes if the person on the left is Rachel. Could you e-mail me and I will send a copy to you and see what you think? The picture also has Mary Ann Neyman Nickerson, her sister, in it and a bunch of other people I don't know. Any help you can give me will be appreciated.
Added by Larry Spencer on Jun 09, 2015 7:03 PM
|Anonymous||RE: Patrick Barry|
is there away to attach a PDF file to this message board as I have it in that format. If not how about a link? I have the link but I don't recall the reel # etc. If neither is possible I will look it up later today I knew he was in Lower Canada but I didn't know he had petitions there. It's an incredible life story.
Added by Anonymous on Apr 16, 2015 8:47 AM
|Anonymous||Patrick Barry Sr.|
For anyone researching the Patrick Barry and Deborah Smith family, on the Library and Archives Canada site on-line there is a land petition for Patrick Barry Sr. (the date on the petition looks like it's 1811) and attached to it is the petition by his son Thomas (petition date 1819). The petition can be downloaded. The petition tells Patrick's life story and tracks his movements after his arrival in America. It's quite an amazing story.
Added by Anonymous on Apr 16, 2015 5:58 AM
|J||Relative of Elizabeth brother Miles Conrad|
Miles Conrad brother of Elizabeth Conrad Hooks married and had a daughter Sarah Conrad who married Dickens. They had a daughter who married Mooney, and they had a daughter, my mother. I think it makes him my mother's great grandfather.
I was hoping to get photographs of miles and his family and wondered what you could share with me regarding the family.
This site was most informative - did the stories came from journals?
I can be reached at email@example.com
Added by J on Sep 17, 2014 10:07 PM
|Ted DeLozier||Boyce family|
We have in our family records a Mary Ruth Sutton whom married a Benny Boyce and had 3 children, Benny Lee Boyce, Frankie D. Boyce and John W. Boyce....Mary Ruth was daughter of John Sutton and Estella (DeLozier) Sutton...I can find nothing in my searches for any/all...Noting you had a lot of information on the Boyce Family, thought I would give it a shot...In addition, my father had a good friend named Alan Sutton that is buried in Limon, Colorado...We used to visit when I was a kid, now I wonder if Alan was a relative thru these links...Great job on your memorials...Thanks..
Added by Ted DeLozier on Jun 06, 2014 11:56 AM
|LeAnn R||William Graves|
I have built our family tree back to Henrietta and mother Harriet, but cannot seem to find any records on this William her father? Most other trees have Fredrick as her father? Do you have any other info on William? I noticed that when Henrietta signed her husbands death certificate she spelled her maiden name as Greaves?
Added by LeAnn R on Mar 24, 2014 8:35 AM
|Anonymous||Julia Townsend Hedge|
I question the relationship of Julia to Gilbert and Armenia Gleason Townsend. I have a list of names with birthdates for Gilbert and Armenia and their children written by their daughter-in-law Adelia Schenck Townsend (wife of Absolem). Julia is NOT on this list. In checking census, I find Julia with Edwin M. Townsend and his wife Hester, and in turn they are living nearly next door to Chester Townsend and Delight (Wilbur) Townsend on the 1850 census of Livington county, Michigan. I do not believe that Gilbert and Armenia ever lived in Livingston county. When they came from NY they settled in New Hudson township of Oakland county, MI. I realize that there is a Julia Pebbles listed with Mr. Pebbles and that Armenia and her son Sylvester were enumerated under the Pebbles name in 1860, but Armenia is buried with her husband Gilbert as a Townsend. Julia Pebbles must belong to Mr. Pebbles and NOT to Armenia Gleason Townsend.
Added by Anonymous on Dec 08, 2013 12:23 AM
|Gale Cottrell||RE: Horace McGraw|
I'm looking into it. I think the dates are too coinsidental. I used to correspond with Horace's daughter-in-law but she has since died. I'll have to go through her letters and see what I may have missed. I also have a call in to the cemetery. The nice man there is looking up old burial records and promised to get back to me. I'll let you know. Gale
Added by Gale Cottrell on Aug 29, 2013 3:53 PM
|John Franklin Horrighs||Riley J. Westcot|
I was not aware there was a duplicate memorial for this man. Mr. Moody who has sponsored this memorial is related to Riley through his gggrandfather I believe. Sorry for the confusion, I did a fairly through search before creating the memorial.
Added by John Franklin Horrighs on Jul 17, 2013 5:11 AM
|Gammallama||RE: Harriet Bibby Conrad|
I also have an written history about Harriette Phoebe Bibby that talks about Ann Bubb (her mother) and how she was a milliner (straw hat maker) for Queen Victoria and the Queens family. Ann sister tutored for the Queen's family. If your are interested in the story send me your email address and I will email you what information I have on the family.
Added by Gammallama on Jun 26, 2013 1:54 PM
|Gammallama||RE: Harriet Bibby Conrad|
What I have is a photocopy of a LDS Family Group Record. It states that William Graves was born about 1843 in Provo,Utah,Utah. He married in 1865 to Harriet Phoebe Bibby in Provo,Provo,Utah. The LDS Church Baptized him on 24 Sep 1965 then Endowed him on 20 Jan 1966. They had a daughter Henrietta Orlando Graves. There is a notation on the bottom of the Record stating that he was killed by Indians when Henrietta Orlando Graves was a baby and his daughter was adopted by Fredrick Conrad
Added by Gammallama on Jun 26, 2013 1:35 PM
|Gammallama||William Graves Death|
I am in possession of documents stating that William Graves was killed by indians when Henrietta Orlando Graves Conrad was a baby before Harriet Bibby's marriage to Fredrick Conrad. I was wondering if you possessed any documents or proof of a divorce. I am trying to determine which is accurate.
Added by Gammallama on Jun 25, 2013 12:06 AM
|Aaron Hansen||Ann Crosby's father|
hello, I'm trying to found more information on Ann Crosby and her father, Thomas. The death certificate says that her father's name was John, but other sites (familysearch.org) list him as Thomas Crosby. Do you have any further information regarding Thomas Crosby, father of Ann/Annie Crosby?
Added by Aaron Hansen on Jun 10, 2013 8:05 PM
|Dale Adams||RE: Fairview Cemetery|
Here is listing from Fairview in La Junta, Colorado.
Eads is 36 miles north from me, La Junta is 57 miles west. Will check when in those areas.
Helm, P.W. No marker 16-12-3
Helms, Denzil A. 1843 28 Mar 1917 Corp 8 Wis Inf; Military footstone has last name as Helm
17-16-3 29 Mar 1917 Vet
Added by Dale Adams on Dec 28, 2012 12:15 PM
|Neil Wicai||Rosa Ellen (Ward) Helms, Mem.# 93899851|
I have been researching my wife's Great Grandparents, Philip W. Helms and Rosa Ellen (Ward) Helms, who lived in Kiowa County and later in Otero County, Colorado. I found your listing for Rosa in the Eads Cemetery along with that of her step daughter, Gertrude Lottie Helms.
I know that Gertrude's body was reburied there when the family moved from their homestead near Eads in Kiowa County in the mid to late 1890's. But I am surprised to see that Rosa would have been buried there also.
The family sold their homestead in Kiowa County in February of 1898 and were living in the La Junta area in Otero County when Rosa died in October of 1898. Family history records say that she died in La Junta. I would normally expect that she would have been buried there, not back up in Eads.
Do you know for a fact that she is indeed buried there? Is there a gravestone for her there, which would verify this for sure?
Any information you may be able to provide will be greatly appreciated. You may e-mail me directly at the address below. Thank you in advance for your time and efforts.
Added by Neil Wicai on Nov 15, 2012 5:54 PM
so, hope you dont mind my asking. john and patrick father/son? relation to each other.
it's kinda odd since the photo of john mckenna had very similar birth and death years. not 2 mention the months--they were the same.
im thinking that what you sent me would suggest brothers? correct? or not? Sue
Added by Sue Tanner on Jun 03, 2012 7:12 PM
|Robert Voigt||Alfred Robert Elmore / Memorial # 49178440|
During the First World War Alfred R. Elmore worked closely with Assistant Secretary of the Navy Franklin D. Roosevelt on a "home front" campaign called "Eyes For The Navy" asking the public to donate binoculars, field glasses, and telescopes to the Navy for anti-submarine surveillance. I am writing a book about the "Eyes For The Navy" campaign and would like to include a Chapter about Elmore and his contribution to the project. Any information about Elmore that is available to you and that you could share with me would be most appreciated.
8508 Kayenta Court
Wake Forest, NC 27587
Added by Robert Voigt on May 02, 2012 7:17 PM
|Dena West||Clara Townsend Info|
If you go here- http://seekingmichigan.org/discover-collection?collection=p129401coll7 you can do a search on her name and find her death certificate. It says she died at the state hospital in Kalamazoo, she was married, age 34, the daughter of Fred C Wilkins and Helen M Towne, and she was born in Michigan. Children are not noted. I don't know if this helps you or not. Best of luck!
Added by Dena West on May 11, 2011 4:45 AM
|Dustin McCaffree||Ebenezer Fairchild|
You asked information about Ebenezer Fairchild at Mormon Island Cemetery. I was sent this email for you to contact:
"The El Dorado County Museum has volunteers that help with this type of research.
Phone 530-621-5865 E-mail, Rodi Lee our expert on Mormon Island is at the museum on most Thursdays. You can direct your e-mail to her. Rodi has been doing extensive research on the people buried at Mormon Island Relocation Cemetery. The museum is the best resource for any type of genealogical question on people from El Dorado County.
Take a peak at the El Dorado County Cemeteries web page too. ."
I didn't have your email to respond. I hope you get this.
Added by Dustin McCaffree on Sep 08, 2010 11:43 AM
|Pam D||RE: Houghton family|
My pleasure. I want to let you know that these Houghtons are actually buried at Greenwood Cemetery in Wellington.
I was told that many years ago alot of the bodies from the "old cemetery" were moved to Greenwood and actually, only the bodies and not the stones were moved. I don't know if that is actually true, but these Houghtons are at Greenwood Cemetery along with other Houghtons.
If there are any more you would like photos of, please let me know as it is just down the street from my house.
Added by Pam D on May 25, 2010 8:00 PM
|F Richard Turnbach||RE: Dornbach/Turnbaugh|
Thanks so much for the suggestions and references. I'd be happy to see any further information you have about this family. Is the website your own?
The url is for a file donated to the gen.web
Pioneers and Patriots is my work.
Extensive data on Dornbach/Turnbach and related families is available on ancestry.com in public member tree "Kaup-Dornbach linx".
Thanx again for your efforts and interest.
Added by F Richard Turnbach on May 08, 2010 8:47 PM
|Sherryl Clark||Zephaniah Knapp Grave Posting|
Hi, Just thought I'd share some info to your Zephaniah Knapp posting for Marcy Cemetery. This is also called the Methodist Cemetery for Duryea, Luzerne Co., PA. Zephaniah Knapp's (who is a Revolutionary War soldier) son, Joseph Knapp(an 1812 soldier)is buried in Marcy as well and the John Knapp you have listed is Joseph Knapp's son. Zephaniah Knapp was one of the first postal riders for the Wyoming Valley and his son, Joseph's hunting journal entitled "The Leather Shirt" is held by the historical society there. Just across from John Knapp is a headstone for my great, great grandfather, Peter Knapp and his wife Amanda(Knecht)Knapp. At this point, I don't know how Peter is related to these other Knapps but feel there must be some connection to be buried in such close proximity. When I visited Marcy Cemetery was told by the caretaker that most of the records for the church & cemetery had burned back in the mid-90's. Will welcome hearing from anyone researching Peter Knapp family.
Added by Sherryl Clark on Feb 10, 2010 5:46 PM