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Jacques (#47057139)
 member for 6 years, 3 months, 23 days
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A Pearson
Amie Pearson Scarborough
You have Amie and her husband buried in Philadelphia Natl Cemetery this is wrong. They were both buried in a Buckingham graveyard according to the "Crispin Pearson of Bucks County 1748-1806" Higgson Please correct. Ann

Added by A Pearson on Nov 29, 2013 10:23 AM

Judy B
MANY, MANY, Duplicate Memorials
Marlborough Cemetery / Delaware County Ohio
You have created so many unnecessary duplicate memorials in this cemetery. Can you explain the reason for this ????

Added by Judy B on Nov 26, 2013 3:55 AM

Janet R. Klein
Craven transfers
Thanks much for the transfers. I appreciate it! Jan

Added by Janet R. Klein on Nov 08, 2013 3:50 PM

Sharon
Henry and Mary Caylor
What a nice surprise to find that you transferred these memorials to me. I was thrilled and have already made updates and connections.

Much appreciated,
Sharon

Added by Sharon on Nov 07, 2013 9:39 PM

Carol Jutte
Courter
Have added the updates, thank you for your work on Find A Grave.

Added by Carol Jutte on Nov 07, 2013 12:19 PM

William F. Heustess
Thomasson family
I need a favor. I have just discovered that I duplicated some listings for Cornelius Starr Thomasson 43837244(mine) 30722392(yours) and his family. The listings have family links and some photographs attached to them. I'd like to transfer them to you so you can merge my listings with yours. Would you be willing to do this?

Added by William F. Heustess on Jul 19, 2013 7:12 AM

Cindy Rinehart
David H Coyner
Jacques.. Reverand David H Coyner died 1 July 1892..had he lived to 1992; he would have been 184 years old..Are you doing this deliberate?

Added by Cindy Rinehart on Jul 04, 2013 7:54 AM

CindyLee
Memorials
HI, It appears you are INACTIVE and I wonder if you would like to consider turning all of your memorials over to the findagrave employees so that the rest of us could correct the errors? Thanks, Cindy

cc: findagrave administrators

Added by CindyLee on Jan 29, 2013 1:10 PM

Rosie Byard
Ronaldson Cemetery
The Press Philadelphia; Saturday, August 8, 1857, Page 1:

"RONALDSON'S CEMETERY

This Cemetery was established in the year 1827, thirty years ago, by the late James Ronaldson.

It would seem that the Longshore graves from the 1700's do not belong in this cemetery expecially since many of them died in Bucks Co., PA.

Added by Rosie Byard on Nov 21, 2012 11:26 AM

Bettye Sue
Lambs at Philadephia Cemetery
At least three of the Lambs listed at the Philadelphia National Cemetry died in other states.
Alice Lamb 1783 married James Ray. She is my ggggrand mother on my mother's side, Alice and and James died in Henry Co TN. See Henry Co Death Settlement Records, along with 1850 Fed Census in Henry Co TN.

Thomas Lamb 1771-1840 is my ggggfather on my dad's side. He died in Henry Co TN. See his death settlement in Henry Co TN.

Joseph Lamb 1773-1852 was obviously my ggggUncle.See Kentucky death record along with 1850 Fed Census in Calloway Co KY.

Calloway Co KY and Henry Co TN border each other. I should know; my dad lived in Calloway county just 3 miles from my mother who lived in Henry Co TN when they married.

Because of these 3 errors I doubt if any of the Lambs are buried at this cemetery.



Added by Bettye Sue on Jul 14, 2012 4:18 PM

Sharon
Cadwalladers
Are you related to Martha or George Cadwallader, their graves are in the Oak Grove Cemetery, Delaware, Delaware Co., Ohio? Sharon

Added by Sharon on Jul 07, 2012 6:56 PM

Robin Carr-Morcombe
Mill Creek Cemetery, Ostrander, Delaware Co., Ohio
I have noticed that you have entered the death date as the person's birth date on several memorials that you have made for Mill Creek Cemetery, Ostrander, Delaware Co., Ohio. I was mainly looking at the Carr Family Memorials, but may be others. Could you please take a look at this and correct the dates.

Thank you,
Robin

Added by Robin Carr-Morcombe on Feb 09, 2012 5:48 AM

AZ Susi
John Dulin (1806-1882)
Could you check the gravestone for John Dulin if you live in the vicinity and verify which cemetery he is in? Two sources (Burial Index & County History) I have say he is buried with some of his children in Mounts Runn in Boone Co., IN. Thank you:-)

Added by AZ Susi on Dec 23, 2011 4:34 PM

David H. Sweeney
Longshore
I noticed two memorials, both with you name on them for Mahlon Longshore (45774673 and 46198124). Did you mean to do this or perhaps this is an oops. One of them is interned in Gray Cemetery. Do you know anything about Gray Cemetery? There seems to be some confusion about the name for this cemetery. The map I have lists this cemetery as Grey, Find a grave has Gray and Nevin Gray.

Added by David H. Sweeney on Dec 04, 2011 7:44 AM

Paige
# 30691986 Fred Hutchinson
I was hoping to add to the above grave, for my great uncle his father Sion # memorial 30691986 and his mother Dora # 26479534. This would complete our family linkage and I would appreciate it very much.

Added by Paige on Oct 12, 2011 10:23 PM

Tiff
#31308126 Jack k. Clark
could you please link his mother #76618811 and his father #76618425 he is my great uncle and his middle name is Kay they called him Jacky.

Tiff

Added by Tiff on Oct 04, 2011 5:59 PM

Eugene Glenn Stackhouse
Phil. National Cem.
You have posted an entry for Thomas Stackhouse in the Philadelphia National Cemetery.
The Philadelphia National Cemetery is, as are all national cemeteries, a veterans' cemetery established by the federal government. The Philadelphia cemetery was established after the Civil War.
Thomas Stackhouse, Jr., was an early Quaker settler in Bucks County and died before the Revolutionary War and was never a veteran.
He is buried in the graveyard of Middleton Monthly Meeting, Langhorne, Pennsylvania.
Why did you list him in the Philadelphia National Cemetery?

Added by Eugene Glenn Stackhouse on Jul 19, 2011 2:23 PM

Gary Collins
Hello Jacques
You have posted memorials for My mother and my aunt. Would you consider transferring them to me so I can add family information ? They are
Thelma Collins #31321193 in Cheshire Cemetery and Helen Case #31559548 and her husband Clarence Case # 31559528.
Thank You,
Gary Collins

Added by Gary Collins on Jul 19, 2011 1:08 PM

Gary Collins
Hello Jcaques

Added by Gary Collins on Jul 19, 2011 1:03 PM

Tammy Robertson
Margaret Lamb correction
Hello,
I just wanted to let you know that this Margaret Lamb (memorial # 45859105)is the one who married James Thomas Siniard in 1790 lived in the Carolina's until her husband died in 1848. She is then numbered on the 1850 census for Alabama-DeKalb-Division 25- (p)23 in the household of Josiah Brock her son-in-law who married her daughter Sarah Caroline Siniard. According to family notes she died in 1852 in Collinsville Alabama and according to another Find-a-grave memorial is buried in Hall Cemetery in that area. The cemetery is on private property so I cannot verify, however I have several people who remember the grave from many years ago. She is not listed on the 1860 census so the date is somewhat correct.

Added by Tammy Robertson on May 04, 2011 9:27 AM

Eugene Glenn Stackhouse
Stackhouse
There is no way that Thomas Stackhouse could be in the Philadelphia National Cemetery.
He died in Bucks Co. long before the Philadelphia National Cemetery was created and he was a Quaker and never was in any Army.

Added by Eugene Glenn Stackhouse on Apr 30, 2011 5:38 PM

Gary Collins
Request
Hello Jacques,

Would you conider transferring two memorials to me ? Thelma Collins #31321193 is my mother and Helen E Case # 31559548 is her sister.

Thank You,

Gary Collins

Added by Gary Collins on Apr 04, 2011 2:38 PM

Robert Hedman
Charles J Hedman updated
Hi Jacques,
The text for Charles J Hedman (my grandfather) includes I am his great,great, grand son.
I am interested in contacting him. Is this you, or a member update prior to your update.

Thanks for any response.

Added by Robert Hedman on Feb 28, 2011 6:29 AM

Gary Collins
Thelma Elizabeth Collins
Could you please transfer Thelma Collins to me. She is my mother and I have a lot of information to add to her as well as several other family members in Cheshire Cemetery. Thank you very much for all you have done.

Gary Collins

Added by Gary Collins on Feb 11, 2011 5:53 AM

Judith
Marlborough Cemetery, Delaware, Delaware, Ohio
There are several Curren names that have been entered twice in this cemetery. Could you please check your sources and either merge or delete the Curren listings that you have entered?

This is one of them. I suggest the names be merged.
Thomas Curren Find A Grave Memorial# 21115749
Thomas Curren Find A Grave Memorial# 31398127

Thank-you,
Judith

Added by Judith on Jan 08, 2011 12:08 PM

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