|Nelson Bolton||Emily E. T. Alcorn|
Louise...Thank you for taking the grave site photo in this snowy 2015! Greatly appreciated. Nelson
Added by Nelson Bolton on Feb 25, 2015 4:31 PM
|Roy Delong||Helen DeLong|
Sorry, but I have not researched her. Since her mother Emily died while Helen was an infant it seems plausible that her sister would take over her care. Wonder what happened to the other two children which were still very young. I believe I found Emily's husband Frances E. DeLong in Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne Co., PA,(1920 census) age 42 a boarder, married (should be widower?), but with none of his family with him. I do know that son Milton W. was with his grandparents. If you find anything of importance, please let me know, so I can update her file.
Frances Emory DeLong's 1917-18 WWI draft card has him in Wilkes-Barre. Also with him was Arline DeLong at same address who might be a 2nd wife.
Added by Roy Delong on Feb 20, 2015 9:29 AM
|F.a.G. Member||Willoughby in Montgomery County, PA|
Thank you for responding and thank you in advance for doing the research.
There is a photo. If it's not uploaded yet, it should be soon.
I am no relation to this family. I have been going through old newspaper obits-before 1921 and Pa Death certificates to verify 2 sources and add the burials to help others. I will look at the 2 Willoughbys' you added and do the links. Was there a picture of Williams' grave?
Added by F.a.G. Member on Feb 19, 2015 1:01 PM
|merridancer||RE: Sybella Susan Seckel Clay|
Antique Shop. Just for fun, when I go into the shops, I look for old photographs that have a name on them and the city and/or the state where the photographer took the pictures. I visited Washington D.C. a couple of years ago and found them. From there I go looking at ancestory.com or find a grave to find their family. Sometimes I connect up with the family and send the pictures to them, hopefully getting reimbursed for the cost of the pictures. I also have 600+ yearbooks from around the country from 1895 to 1940 with pictures. I like the smaller and older ones cause they usually have more about the person that I can add to their profile. Meredith
Added by merridancer on Feb 17, 2015 6:05 PM
|Sheppard2||RE: Frank Brightly #120637144|
I think it looks great!!! And old enough there's no copyright issue. Are you a relative? I'm not, although a distant cousin fits in there somewhere. I'd be happy to transfer him and any others you're interested in. Alice
Added by Sheppard2 on Feb 16, 2015 4:39 PM
|merridancer||RE: Sybella Susan Seckel Clay|
No, I don't know them either. I just love to collect old photos and these family members were all in the same bin.
Added by merridancer on Feb 16, 2015 2:04 PM
|merridancer||Sybella Susan Seckel Clay|
I added a picture of her. I also have a picture of Edward Priestery that was taken in Philadelphia approx. 1881. The photo inscription for Edward says "Born 1861 about 20 yrs old". I am assuming that he was 20 at the time the photo was taken. I have a picture of John Seckel from the same photographer as Sybella's picture, so I am assuming it is her father. I am going to upload that to his grave. You can contact me if needed. Meredith@mbaileycpa.com.
Added by merridancer on Feb 15, 2015 10:50 PM
|Barbara Wineinger||Jane Elizabeth "Jennie" Briggs Miiligan#140500195|
Thank you so much for the photo of Jennie's marker.
Added by Barbara Wineinger on Feb 12, 2015 10:57 PM
|Harry Lummis||Albert Hallworth|
Hi Louise, Not sure why or how you found my Great Grandfather Albert o. Hallworth but I wanted to thank you for thanking him. That was very kind of you.
Added by Harry Lummis on Jan 22, 2015 8:54 AM
|Anonymous||RE: 141284991 Leadbeater|
Hiya, and sorry for the bother -- there was a weird, momentary glitch in the Find a Grave system that threw an edit I made for someone else at this specific record. (I remember wondering why I was redirected to this record after I submitted the edit, rather than to the record I was trying to add to.) I'll yank the edit from my Pending list now.
Added by Anonymous on Jan 21, 2015 10:47 PM
|Jenn O.||RE: 70416823 Habgood|
Absolutely, feel free to use the photo on your tree.
Added by Jenn O. on Jan 12, 2015 12:48 PM
|Jinnie Kerdi||John Leadbeater Elizabeth Ayling|
Hello again Louise. Just a quick note to let you know that the John Leadbeater who married my g grandmother was born in Pennsylvania, not in England. Is it possible you are looking for a different John Leadbeater? Thanks for all you do!
Added by Jinnie Kerdi on Jan 11, 2015 8:36 AM
|Jinnie Kerdi||RE: Elizabeth Ledward|
Thank you for responding Louise. No, you are doing a fine job of managing her memorial. My ancestry info is not private. I believe sharing is important to making connections. I did not know that John Leadbeater had previous wife. I would sincerely like to stay in touch with you and learn more. As you know, my g grandmother is buried with him at Greenwood. Also, my brother, Richard Ledward. Thanks for noticing her locket. We have always wondered if the gent on her locket is John Leadbeater. Would you have any photos of him?
Added by Jinnie Kerdi on Jan 08, 2015 3:39 PM
|F.a.G. Member||Prudence Sherpla|
Thank you for Pudence's maiden name. Would you like this transferred to you?
Added by F.a.G. Member on Dec 10, 2014 7:22 PM
|F.a.G. Member||Liss edits|
Thank you for the connections to Oscar.
Would you like the management of Oscar's page?
Added by F.a.G. Member on Nov 13, 2014 1:34 PM
|Linda Blose Ott||Lucius Webb|
Since Lucius is a great grand parent of yours and also my husbands 2nd great grandfather there is no doubt a relationship between you and him. I have been trying all I know for years to go back to the parents of Lucius but to no avail. Please let us know if you ever find out any relative information.
Added by Linda Blose Ott on Nov 02, 2014 1:47 PM
|Jeff Lovelace||RE: Hansell Family|
The contributor that created the incorrect memorials for James #17271295 and Ann Catharine Hansell, #17271306 has been inactive for years. You can clearly see my note on her profile page, (Britt Anderson), that never established any type of response. I am quite sure that I have sent (Edit) at least three requests to have those two memorials in the William Anderson Cemetery deleted, however both of them remain active to this day. Lots of people join Find A Grave with high aspirations and objectives, but after a brief flurry of activity, they drift away to become inactive. No use sending her an e-mail either, for she won't reply; as a matter of fact, it seems like the e-mail address @firedog is defunct. If all of us commit a little time to sending edit requests to the administration, then these two erroneous memorials should go away once and for all. Keep an eye on them for a spell. Thanks for your message.
Added by Jeff Lovelace on Oct 06, 2014 6:08 PM
|Joan Miles||RE: Lewis Johnson #20794792|
Send me your # and I will be happy to send you the site. I am not related to Lewis
Added by Joan Miles on Oct 01, 2014 4:27 PM
|E.Renkin||RE: Florence Updike #7340338|
Yes Thank You for asking
Added by E.Renkin on Sep 27, 2014 6:28 AM
Yes, you may use any of the photos I posted.
Have a good night.
Added by tint on Sep 19, 2014 6:43 PM
|Bruce Hallowell||RE: Hughes Warner Hallowell|
Yes, Hughes Warner Hallowell's (went by Warner) first wife Anna W. Davis died on 27 Dec 1929 (date from Warner's 2nd marriage certificate). He married Emma Cordelia (Pepper) Wynn on 10 June 1933 at 611 Arbor Rd., Rowland Park, Montgomery Co. PA. I found this marriage registration in the Montgomery Co. Archives record books on a previous visit to Norristown. Emma's first husband had died on 29 Jan 1926 according to the same document. Emma died 6 Oct 1941 and is buried in Northwoods Cemetery as you said. Warner's first wife Anna is buried next to him in Warminster Friends Burial Ground.
Added by Bruce Hallowell on Sep 17, 2014 5:57 PM
|William Ridge||John Biddle at William Penn|
I added John's father and his mother's maiden name to a short bio. What was his mother's first name?
Added by William Ridge on Sep 07, 2014 7:49 PM
|Susan Beyer||John Sale|
Thank you for the parents names for John Sale. I have added them to his memorial.
Added by Susan Beyer on Aug 24, 2014 3:01 AM
|Hilda Hartman Ennis||Forest Hills Cemetery, Morrisville, PA|
RE: RAy Raunaheimo's message...
It is listed in Morrisville, Bucks County, and I went to a military funeral there for my friend, Laura Weber, a couple of months ago. There are not a lot of interments listed but is quite a large cemetery!
It must be a newer one and no one seems to know that it exists. It certainly shouldn't be eliminated!
Take a ride and see for yourself.
Added by Hilda Hartman Ennis on Jul 13, 2014 8:04 AM
|Ray Rauanheimo||RE: Forest Hills Cemetery|
Actually, the entries made to this cemetery should have been made to the Forest Hills in Montgomery County. I have notified everyone who had entered any here and several have responded.
The problem came up because most of the people who would be interred there came from Philadelphia. To their families, if it's out of the city, it must be in Bucks County.
I'll ask FindAGrave to move those postings remaining to the Montgomery County Forest Hills. Then we'll eliminate the Bucks County Forest Hills and my county will be accurate again.
Added by Ray Rauanheimo on Jul 13, 2014 7:45 AM