|Gwen and Bob||RE: Great Job|
Their future must have been a great source of worry to Christina as she got older. I can only imagine!
Added by Gwen and Bob on Feb 05, 2015 3:13 PM
|Gwen and Bob||Great Job|
You did a great job on Edwin Warburton's memorial! Thanks for all your hard work. Gwen
Added by Gwen and Bob on Feb 05, 2015 1:59 PM
|Kramer||RE: Rachael Kramer Warburton|
My Kramer family is out of PA, and never in KS as far as I know. It's my Richardson family that lived in Minersville. I've been there, but was unable to walk the cemetery, since it's on private property. No stones remain, but you might want to contact Debi Aaron at firstname.lastname@example.org. She has done a lot of work on Minersville. The names I recorded were out of Agnes Tolbert's 1963 booklet "The Rock Houses of Minersville." Good luck!
Added by Kramer on Jan 30, 2015 3:17 PM
|Kathy Sullivan||RE: Leah Oldham|
Wow you are too far. Thanks for your reply. Kathy in Arizona
Added by Kathy Sullivan on Jan 16, 2015 6:54 AM
|Kathy Sullivan||Leah Oldham|
Would you be able to search for a Tomstone for my 4th great grandmother Leah Stephens & her husband James Oldham? I am grateful for you posing information on Leah Stephens-Oldham
b. 1752 Virginia
d. 1827 Fayette County Indiana
Spouse: James Oldham
B. 1750-1754 Virginia
d. 15 May 1827 Connersville, Fayette County, Indiana.
They are my Revoluntary Ancestors
James fought in the battle of the Guilford Court House
Many thanks for you hard work in your documentation of cemetery information even if a Tomstone is not found.
Kathy Sullivan. Kathys@npgcable.com
Added by Kathy Sullivan on Jan 15, 2015 8:22 PM
|Sidney||RE: Thanks Sidney|
You are very welcome. My father is buried at Santa Fe National, and it is always an honor to fulfill requests there.
Added by Sidney on Dec 05, 2014 10:30 PM
|Laura||RE: Burton Freeman Casselbury|
Thank you Carol! Corey is pretty quick about posting the photos. He's a wealth of info :)
Added by Laura on Nov 17, 2014 2:35 PM
Looks like they are in Portsville. Corey was kind enough to post pics :) So the Bridgeville Cem entries are incorrect.
Added by Laura on Nov 17, 2014 1:37 PM
Thank you Carol! I'll request photos for the two in Portsville that Corey has. If he posted memorials for them he most likely went out and photographed them as well. Thanks again,
Added by Laura on Nov 08, 2014 10:08 AM
|Tracy L. Buckner||RE: Thank You Tracy|
I was more than happy to help you out. :)
Added by Tracy L. Buckner on Nov 06, 2014 10:32 AM
|Lorraine||RE: John A Ashworth # 123168562|
I went to Orr Cemetery, and tried to read what was on Sallie's tombstone. Could read, daughter of, and that is as far as I could make out. Sorry I can't read who her parents were.
Added by Lorraine on Sep 26, 2014 8:27 PM
|Wes Phinney||T J Mansfield , Cartersville GA|
Do you know the name of "H C Mansfield", who shares the tombstone with Thomas ?
If related will gladly transfer to you. Let me know.
Added by Wes Phinney on Sep 17, 2014 1:49 PM
|Betsy||RE: Sam and Ora Dean|
Sam and Ora have one son that is still living - their youngest son born in 1927.
Added by Betsy on Aug 11, 2014 9:47 PM
|Stone✞Searcher||RE: Boone Templeton-- Your Welcome|
After reviewing the cemetery records, I noticed that John Cahoun Templeton and Fredrick Cromwell Templeton were in Plot OC 5 too, but I did not notice either one on my 1st trip. So I went back out to cover the complete area and found them on the other side of where I found PA and the others. Right next to them was a headstone that I believe to be a Templeton (possibly Boone), but the headstone is so damaged, you can only read he died in the year 18. The other numbers are missing, but I will add the photo for you to see. I am sorry I mistakenly thought I had covered all of plot OC 5, but I learned where it cuts off now anyway. I looked all around the area in hopes to find some pieces to verify name or dates but not any luck. As far as the cemetery records, it only had his name with no dates.
Added by Stone✞Searcher on Aug 08, 2014 5:03 PM
|Stone✞Searcher||Boone Templeton-- Your Welcome|
The other Templeton's that were in that family plot with headstones are: Inman, JD and wife PA have 2 separate stones side by side, then the double stone of Nannie and Patrick. They all have headstones in Plot OC 5. They all have memorials, too.
I also checked the family plot where Milton Templeton Sr's headstone is (Addition 1) there was not one for Boone there either. There were 2 other headstones in OC 5 that were next to the Templeton's that had the same look. They were Decatur and John Edward Robertson. I thought perhaps they may fit somewhere in the Templeton bunch, just a guess though.
Added by Stone✞Searcher on Aug 07, 2014 12:54 PM
|Sharon||RE: Thank You Sharon|
Added by Sharon on Jul 13, 2014 7:23 PM
|Beth Sparrow||RE: Island Cemetery|
There was an Island Township in Polk county, so it's probably a cemetery there. I will check an old map I have and get back to you.
Added by Beth Sparrow on Jun 15, 2014 11:57 AM
|Ann Gardner||RE: Tobias Little|
Hello ------ The Illinois Ancestors of Fulton County website has a Harris Township burial index. The graves of Tobias Little and his first two wives have not been located for some time, but their names are listed. There could be more information available.
Added by Ann Gardner on Apr 10, 2014 1:09 AM
|Sue Hofius||RE: Harriett Jacobs Nauenburg|
Thanks Carol. I've requested that mine be deleted as the other one has more information. I cannot delete it as I did not originally create it. Hopefully it will be taken down soon.
Added by Sue Hofius on Mar 22, 2014 7:23 PM
|Sue Hofius||RE: Harriett Jacobs Nauenburg|
Thanks Carol. It would be helpful if you could provide me with a Find A Grave # for this one.
Added by Sue Hofius on Mar 22, 2014 2:52 PM
|Gwen and Bob||RE: Photo permission|
I have been thinking about you a lot lately, as I have been going back over our mutual relatives, and I am so appreciative of all the work you have done. I have drawn upon your research so many times, and I believe that the photo of Minerva Belle and Charles John Warburton sitting in front of their home that I have as my laptop wallpaper came from you--I love that photo and, of course, I see it every day! Lately, I have been asking permission before using photos, having encountered a few people who prefer not to have their photos included on ancestry.com. I have always felt that Find a Grave is for the benefit of everybody who uses it and I am very pleased to share whatever I might add, and, happily, that seems to be the case with 99% of the people that I have contacted. On the other hand, people are also pleased to be asked, and it only takes a few moments to do so. Thanks again! Best regards, Gwen
Added by Gwen and Bob on Feb 22, 2014 9:40 AM
|Gwen and Bob||Photo permission|
Hello again. Do you mind if I use your photo of Edwin and Clara's grave area on my ancestry.com family tree, with attribution to you? Thanks very much, Gwen
Added by Gwen and Bob on Feb 21, 2014 1:41 PM
|Gwen and Bob||Thank you !|
Many thanks for posting the photos for Clara and Edwin Warburton's gravesites at the Republic County Poor Farm. Their story is a poignant one, and how sad for them to end up there. Regards, Gwen
Added by Gwen and Bob on Feb 21, 2014 1:39 PM
|Genealogynut||RE: Rosa May Warburton|
I used the list the cemetery posted for burial in this cemetery. I will look up the photo of the list and get back to you.
Added by Genealogynut on Feb 17, 2014 4:37 PM
|R Passmore||RE: Republic Co. Poor Farm Cemetery Sign|
Carol I do not know when the sign was placed. There are only two markers there I believe and not really ledgable. It is located on the west side of the road across from the salebarn. So that would be 160 Road between hwy 36 and hwy 81.
Added by R Passmore on Jan 21, 2014 4:19 PM