|Juanita Hernandez||RE: Lost grave site of my Grandfather|
Thank you for your help.
Added by Juanita Hernandez on Nov 27, 2013 2:22 PM
|Juanita Hernandez||RE: Lost grave site of my Grandfather|
Thank you Ms. Bonnet but since the last time I left a message I was able to find a death certificate on my grandfather PABLO HERNANDEZ. I would like to see if with this new info. you might be able to help me locate his grave site. I am going to Dallas, Texas sometime in April of 2013 and would love to visit his grave site. The death certificate I found said that the funeral home was Cortez Funeral Home and Calvary Hill Cemetery. Pablo Hernandez died on 11/19/1961 and the body was picked up at the Hospital on 11/20/1961 by Al Cortez Jr. Buriel set for 11/21/1961. At least that is what the certificate says. I have tried and tried to locate thru going to the cemetery look up but have not been able to locate him. I pray that he has not been moved or unearthed. If their is any way you may be able to help me locate him, i would be so grateful. Pablo Hernandez died 11/19/1961 father was: Luciano Hernandez and he had a son by the name of Matias Hernandez, daughter in law Guadalupe V. Hernandez, grand children Juanita Hernandez, Rufugio Hernandez, Pablo Hernandez,Manuel Hernandez . Hopefully this information can help. Thank you so so very much. I have tried to look thru obituaries and am signed up on Ancetery. com but no luck.
Added by Juanita Hernandez on Nov 26, 2013 3:56 PM
|Patti Jo||Emzy Miller Smart|
Thanks for the message. I would just delete the name as the correct site for Emzy Miller Smart with head stone is well documented. Regards to a DAR Sister ;-) and fellow genealogist.
Added by Patti Jo on Nov 25, 2013 10:21 AM
|mireta Burns ||RE: Cowan & Bible names|
Thank you for the info on the Maynards. I do not know why they did not come up on my search of the cemetery. That happens a lot. Iraneous R. Bible was the son of Samuel Bible son of Jacob Bible. Iraneous was brother to my great grandfather. As for the Cowans,yes, I have them in my tree. Your James Oscar was from a line of distant cousins. My great great grandfather John Stephen Cowan. This is what I found in my notes. [ John Stephen Cowan left Ft. Smith, AR late in 1862 and came to TX,settling first in San Saba County, and then in western Bell County, north of Maxdale. He was the son of William M. Cowan and the grandson of Stewart Cowan. Stewart Cowan's brother was Joseph Cowan,father of William Flemon Cowan. So, John S. and William F. Cowan were first cousins, once removed. Wm. F. Cowan being in Bell County was the reason John S. Cowan decided to settled there. William and John's children grew up together and were friends.] My grandmother was daughter of Patrick Lafayette Cowan. Mireta
Added by mireta Burns on Nov 19, 2013 9:04 AM
|mireta Burns ||Nameless Cemetery|
Carolyn, I am looking for grave of George Washington Maynard died 1926 and family tell me he is buried in Nameless Cemetery, Washington Co. Can you find any record of this and Myriam Hatten Maynard his wife who passed in 1914 in Williamson Co. Tx. Thank you Mireta
Added by mireta Burns on Nov 18, 2013 12:08 PM
|Jan Wigley||RE: IdaF's memorials|
Ok...we can both try..I hope it won't be a problem. If it is I will send to administrators and wait for them to take care of them.
Added by Jan Wigley on Oct 05, 2013 9:45 PM
|Jan Wigley||IdaF's memorials|
Carolyn..I can't delete IdaF's memorials and hers were made before the other memorials..they need to add the photo to her memorial and then delete their memorials. I have to send to administrators but I don't know when they will get to the memorials...if IdaF is first they will delete the other one.
Added by Jan Wigley on Oct 05, 2013 12:49 AM
|Jan Wigley||Fairview Memorials|
Thank you for letting me know IdaF had put these memorials in the wrong Cemetery. I manage her memorials and she has many mistakes and I don't know what they are until someone sends me a correction.
Added by Jan Wigley on Oct 04, 2013 8:13 PM
|Mike Brown||Photo correction|
Ah ... yes, you're right, of course! Thanks for pointing that out.
Added by Mike Brown on Oct 03, 2013 6:30 AM
|Mike Brown||Elizabeth (Rausch-Roush) Nehs|
Very glad to have a photo of the grave of Elizabeth (Rausch) Nehs (died 1832). But please note that the photographs of the people posted on their pages cannot possibly be of them. The very earliest photographic images of anyone ever made did not appear until later in history. Sorry! Wish it really was them!
Added by Mike Brown on Oct 02, 2013 6:29 PM
|Cecil Vaden Jr.||Phebe Ritchie|
Thanks for the correct DOD. Good catch and thanks for all your work on Find A Grave.
Added by Cecil Vaden Jr. on Oct 02, 2013 2:37 PM
|Jan Wukasch Pelosi||Bagdad Cemetery|
It was nice finally meeting you today. I should have gotten your direct email address so that I could respond to your Bagdad Cemetery question.
If you will please provide, I'll communicate the information that way.
Added by Jan Wukasch Pelosi on Sep 21, 2013 5:51 PM
|Donna L. Tolliver||Gustav Augustas Kampmann 1922|
Your request has been fulfilled. Donna
Added by Donna L. Tolliver on Sep 18, 2013 10:13 AM
|Steve Chicoine||Captain Henry Bonnett|
I am delighted to come across Captain Bonnet's grave. I would be interested in making contact with you. Our family has an ancestor who served in the same company with Captain Bonnet. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Steve Chicoine on Aug 15, 2013 2:11 PM
|Carolyn Hebbe McLeod||Julia Hebbe|
Thank you very much for transferring this family member's memorial to me.
Added by Carolyn Hebbe McLeod on Aug 08, 2013 8:32 PM
|colhollywood||RE: A. Starr|
You are correct. I've had several senior moments lately!
Added by colhollywood on Jun 26, 2013 9:09 PM
|Joyce French||RE: Eleanor Davis|
Carolyn, my ancestry.com is McMahan Jeffrey Anderson Rucker. I found your Mary Ann Jeffrey daughter of Jeremiah Franklin Jeffrey son of Jesse Franklin (1806 - 1870) brother of my gg grandfather John Benjamin Jeffrey. John is the one I am looking for. Thank you so much for looking for him. I appreciate it very much. Like I said John married Elendor or Eleanor Davis and I cannot find anything but their marriage certificate. The helped to start the Primitive Baptist Church in McMahan, Caldwell, Texas. Some think she may have been Indian but I think she was part of the other Davis's families that lived in Caldwell and Gonzales Co. Texas
I know John lived in Williamson County but it may be after the death of Ellen, He married a Carpenter 2nd.
This is my line: Jeremiah father of Jesse and John died in Arkansaw
on his way to Texas.
John Benjamin & JEFFREY (1815 - 1897) Ellen Davis
Benjamin E. S. JEFFREY (1855 - 1934) Cornelia Pogue
Ellen Naomi JEFFREY (1878 - 1948) John McMahan
Luther William McMAHAN (1899 - 1985) Marguerite Anderson
Joyce Ann McMAHAN French
Added by Joyce French on Jun 22, 2013 7:15 PM
|Joyce French||Eleanor Davis|
We have been serching for years for my ggreat grandmother, Eleanor or Elinder Davis. She married John Jefferey in Alabama
The last we found her is in the 1850 census Caldwell Co. Texas
WE don't know where John or Ellen are buried. John's second wife Elizabeth May Carpenter is burried in Leander, Williamson Co. Would appreciate any help we could to find John or Ellen, Eleanor,
Elinder Davis Jeffrey. Thanks you
John Benjamin ✯ JEFFREY 6 Mar 1815
B: 1855 , Caldwell, Texas, USA,
Franklin County, Tennessee
D: 28 Jan 1897
Travis, Caldwell or Williamson counties, Texas
Eleanor "Ellen" DAVIS Jeffrey
B:1820 , North Carolina, USA
D:1855 ? , Texas, USA,
Added by Joyce French on Jun 20, 2013 10:32 PM
|Jan Wukasch Pelosi||Thank You!|
I appreciate the transfers!
Added by Jan Wukasch Pelosi on May 04, 2013 6:47 PM
|Jan Wukasch Pelosi||Cashion-Fisk Cemetery|
Thank You so much for giving identities to some of the burials there. I really appreciate it.
Added by Jan Wukasch Pelosi on Apr 01, 2013 8:19 PM
Never to late to start, is it? This is how I got started, when my Mother passed away...
Added by Anonymous on Mar 24, 2013 9:20 PM
Sorry, thought my email would be available to you, I saw that you are member of many associations locally so what I was going to ask is... did you know Hazel Talbot or Hazel Hood? She was a Genealogist and member of Williamson County Genealogy Association. She and her husband, James Hood, contributed items to the Museum and did the Flag presentation and volunteered at the museum, etc. She was a contributor to various books, including the big one about Williamson County. She lived in Georgetown until she passed away a few years ago and I inherited her home, she was my Mother.
Added by Anonymous on Mar 24, 2013 8:24 PM
|Anonymous||Lucy and David Stevenson|
Thank-you very much for your help and for adding the dates to their information.
Please email me to my email address, as I have a question. Thank-you.
Added by Anonymous on Mar 24, 2013 2:33 PM
I was in a hurry as I was doing several things at once, a no-no when such important data at stake, thank-you for checking on this.
Birth: Sept 16, 1859
Death: March 26, 1938
Birth: Nov 10, 1870
Death: Nov 5, 1937
Their Father was Linford and Alabanas was their older brother. I have found no record of a marriage for either Lucy or David.
Added by Anonymous on Mar 23, 2013 7:19 PM
|Jan Wukasch Pelosi||RE: Cashion-Fisk Cemetery|
Yes, we have most of the names. I will get the complete names and dates to you soon.
I really appreciate this.
Added by Jan Wukasch Pelosi on Mar 14, 2013 5:50 PM