|Pat Davis||RE: DAVIS - ARMSTRONG JeffCoOH|
Thanks. Pre-1810 DAVIS. Springfield/Ross twp.; Cross Creek twp; Smithfield twp. and a Nathaniel DAVIS fam in Richmond, Salem twp.
Added by Pat Davis on Apr 08, 2013 8:15 PM
|Pat Davis||DAVIS - ARMSTRONG JeffCoOH|
Ooooops. ARMSTRONG, not ANDERSON. Pat Davis
Added by Pat Davis on Apr 08, 2013 1:55 PM
|Pat Davis||DAVIS - ANDERSON JeffCoOH|
Do you have info abt DAVIS in Jefferson Co. OH?
Thank you. Pat Davis in OH
Added by Pat Davis on Apr 08, 2013 1:53 PM
|LBacigalupo||RE: Bacigalupo Cemetery|
My mother's father is Paul Dominic "Jink". My mother's mother's name is Mary Elizabeth Grantham. My mother was Margaret Amanda Bacigalupo Williams.
Added by LBacigalupo on Jan 03, 2012 11:23 AM
|LBacigalupo||RE: Bacigalupo Cemetery|
A street address and maybe a name of a business that is near will be very helpful. Is there a hospital still located next to this? We are not sure when we will be in the area. Thanks for your help.
Added by LBacigalupo on Jan 03, 2012 10:17 AM
I am looking for the Bacigalupo Cemetery in Nashville, Tennessee. The location = NE-24: NASHVILLE, DAVIDSON COUNTY, TN, LEBANON ROAD? Do you have a street address or GPS coordinates? Thanks,Linda
Added by LBacigalupo on Jan 02, 2012 10:08 PM
|Kathi Lynn King||fells church|
I have photographed every stone in this cemetery. All Last names that begin with A & B have been uploaded to Find A Grave there is no stone for Rebecca Beazell
Added by Kathi Lynn King on Oct 13, 2011 5:20 PM
|William Cole||John McCalmont at Mt Pleasant|
I am also posting photos of the markers for his wife Mary and their daughter Nancy.
Added by William Cole on Sep 12, 2011 8:46 AM
|William Cole||John Henderson 1819 or 1849|
Someone may have gotten the 1819 date by a casual look at the grave marker. If you look closely it appears more likely to be 1849.
Added by William Cole on Sep 07, 2011 2:33 PM
|Judy Lynch||RE: Waggle|
Sorry, I don't have any additional information on the Waggles or Wigels. These names were on some information I received about the graves of my Wehl and Jermark relatives who are also buried in West Asher. I created the memorials in hope that it would be helpful to someone else--so I am glad you found them.
Added by Judy Lynch on Mar 18, 2011 2:06 PM
|Judy Lynch||RE: Waggle|
I will be more than happy to transfer the Waggle memorials to you--just send me your member id#. I hope to be back that way in late May and will try to get photos for you then.
Added by Judy Lynch on Mar 18, 2011 1:30 PM
|Karin Rice||RE: Elizabeth Keith Rankin|
I would be glad to transfer ownership of Mrs. Elizabeth Keith Rankin's memorial to you. I need your contributor ID number.
I'm not related, but did some research for my sister-in-law. We would be interested in any information. Thanks.
Added by Karin Rice on Feb 15, 2011 7:55 PM
I looked in my the Marsh burial record book for Lincoln and Moore counties and couldn't find Algie or the other 2 Bakers you mentioned. There were some other, more recent Baker burials in the Lincoln Cemetery but none appeared to help you.
Added by Jimbo on Jan 27, 2011 2:14 PM
|Jimbo||Algie Baker (1933-1935)|
Lincoln cemetery records show only 3 Baker burials. One is Altie Baker (1907-1929)but years don't match as either Algie or as Algie's parent. Any other info which might help?
Added by Jimbo on Jan 26, 2011 3:15 PM
|Gary Bonney||Pumphrey transfer|
Jamie: Thanks for the transfer of my relative. I have edited and linked her to parents.
Added by Gary Bonney on Nov 29, 2010 9:19 PM
|DeLois O'Neal Thompson||Ben Dunn|
Jamie, couldn't find Ben Dunn 1861-1933 but did find B.M. Dunn b. Jan 19, 1862 with no death engraved and his wife Mary b April 25 1857 and died Jan. 2 1928. Is it possible he is the same? Let me know and if so then I'll post the pic.
Added by DeLois O'Neal Thompson on Aug 25, 2010 1:03 PM
|DeLois O'Neal Thompson||Alonzo Dunn|
Hey Jamie, I couldn't find Alonzo Dunn 1855-1939 but did find A.C. Dunn 1856-19?. Only 19 is listed with no other year #. The monument also has Mary Dunn b. 1861-1926. I know the birth date is a year difference on Mr. Dunn but do you think it could be him? Before I post pic, I wanted to check with you.
Added by DeLois O'Neal Thompson on Aug 25, 2010 12:31 PM
Are you asking about Barber cemetery in wilson County ? If so it was relocated to a special section in Mt. Juliet's main cemetery years ago !
Added by Danny Richards on Jul 22, 2010 4:44 PM
|Jane S||Mein - Union Cem Ham Co|
could you provide more information about the photo request for MEIN in Union Cemetery, Hamilton County Ohio? This is a large cemetery and even a time period or how you know the person is located there might help.
Added by Jane S on May 30, 2010 7:53 AM
|Paul V. Isbell||Francis Mattiozzi|
Hi Jamie, Sorry, I live in Richmond, Virginia, so unable to take picture. The cemetery in Memphis is large, and this is an old burial. They might have more than one location and therefore no record of burial, I found this on the Shelby County Death Certificate, and perhaps it was changed. I wish I could help you more.
I took a picture in a new cemetery in Richmond for someone, and the office said they had no record, I stumbled across it as the main entrance in a short period of time, but they had over 5,000 graves onsite!
Elmwood Cemetery in Memphis will take pictures for a contribution, ask Calvary if they do this!
Added by Paul V. Isbell on Feb 26, 2010 7:18 AM
|Rusty||Greenwood Cemetery Burials|
According to the book "Burial Records for Greenwood Cemetery Bellaire, Ohio (1996)" there aren't any markers on the graves of: Antonia and Harriet Armstrong or Alexander and Florence Hartwig.
Hope this helps some.
Added by Rusty on Nov 17, 2009 9:17 PM
|Sarah Gochenauer||Joseph Armstrong|
Jamie there are no other graves beside Joseph's. Records at our local historical society has him married to Elizabeth Finley, daughter of John Finley and Mary Rippey. She was born about 1743 in Cumberland, Pa. Joseph's father's name was Joseph and his mother's name was Jennett Stewart. He died Aug 29, 1811. Im not sure of the spellings. You may want to contact a George Findley. His e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. He has done the Finley/Findley Family Tree. I hope this is some help to you. regards, Sarah Gochenauer
Added by Sarah Gochenauer on Jul 21, 2009 10:36 AM
|Sarah Gochenauer||RE: Joseph Armstrong 1739-1811|
Franklin County Will Abstracts, Will Book C, PG. 19. Will of Joseph Armstrong, Hamilton Township. Written 2 Aug 1811, proven 31 Aug 1812. Wife Elizabeth. Nephew Joseph Armstrong, son of John Armstrong of Orange County, North Carolina; Mary Jacob, daughter of Robert McConoughy; Samuel Armstrong Findlay, son of John Findlay deceased; Joseph Armstrong Blackburn, son of John Blackburn of the state of Ohio; George Armstrong Esq. of Greensburg, Pa.; John Findley, son of John Findley deceased; Mary Jack and Samuel Findlay. Exec: Wife Elizabeth, Edward Crawford, and Dr. Samuel D. Culbertson. Wit: John Wilson, Matthew Patton, and David Wilson. I am going to the cemetery over the weekend will look for grave. Cemetery is so old, and stones are almost impossible to read. I will also look for James and Jane McCalmont. Regards Sarah Gochenauer
Added by Sarah Gochenauer on Jun 25, 2009 10:16 AM
|Christy Powell||RE: Thomas Alfred Sholders|
We did find another Shoulders listed. I will call today and see where she is and go see what I can find. Wish me luck!
Added by Christy Powell on May 15, 2009 6:08 AM
|Danny Richards||Barber Cemetery|
The note about being in Mt. Juliet Cemetery is where the cemetery was relocated by the state to Mt. Juliet because it was so close to the river when they raised the water level. There is a small section in the Mt. Juliet Cemetery where they are all buried together (The entire Barber Cemetery) Hope this helps !!!
Added by Danny Richards on Mar 20, 2009 4:12 PM