|Shan Clark||RE: Beechwood Cemetery|
No, I don't live close to this cemetery. I created the memorial for Claretta while working on a family tree here in New Hampshire. Are you looking to find out more about that family or about the Philip you mention?
Added by Shan Clark on Jun 21, 2014 6:06 PM
|Janice Tefft||RE: Emory/Emery Russett|
He was my Great Grandfather. I know his mother's name but hadn't updated my memorial. I fixed that. As far as the born and death dates you mention...they are way off. He was born in 1881 and died in 1969.
Added by Janice Tefft on May 23, 2014 2:28 PM
|Margaret Sturgill||RE: location of the cemetery|
Thank you. Yes, I can help him and I sent an email to him. I have family buried there and will be happy to show him where it is if he plans to visit the cemetery.
Added by Margaret Sturgill on Mar 09, 2014 5:47 AM
|Mo & Dave Gates||Robert Walker Martin|
Sorry no stone next to Lavinia..There are a lot of missing stones in this cemetery so he may be there.
Added by Mo & Dave Gates on Jan 23, 2014 11:42 AM
|Jane ofarc||Stella Ingalls|
Unless I'm missing something I already had the information. (And it's always possible that I missed something) lol
Yes this is the same family as Laura Ingalls Wilder. I have them connected on my family tree.
Are you related also?
Added by Jane ofarc on Jan 22, 2014 9:26 PM
|Jonathon Humphrey||RE: David Lee Vanbuskirk|
ok no problem thanks
Added by Jonathon Humphrey on Oct 15, 2013 7:45 PM
|Susan||Gerald Foland sr|
You sent me an obit to post for Gerald Foland. It's got a date, but not a source. Can you tell me what newspaper it's from?
Added by Susan on Oct 13, 2013 5:42 PM
|Ms. Clyde||RE: Beechwood Cemetery|
That's a tuff one. I won't be able to help out all, being I'm down here in Texoma area. Good luck.
Added by Ms. Clyde on Aug 20, 2013 3:11 PM
|BarreNative||Mary Trombly Tulip|
The quickest match was for a marriage record of George Tulip, listing Mary's maiden name.
I also found the online newspaper obituary of David Tulip online, giving a variant of the Trombly surname.
As far as I know, I am not closely related to the Tulips and Tromblys unless a child of Adeline Blain and Albert Tulip survived, leaving me with half-cousins from that union. Even if no children lived to marry, being a distant relative is still possible. In my Clinton County lines, it is very clear cousins married cousins, and the Tulip(pe)s married at least two surnames in common with my direct line ancestors, Blair and Columbe.
I do the "presumptive burial" thing because it may lead someone to finding the memorial when looking for common relatives and collaborate with a record or stone pic. I do it only on families I feel I collected sufficient data on to make a call, not everyone.
Added by BarreNative on Aug 11, 2013 1:54 AM
thanks so much for catching that - sometimes my fingers are too fast.
Added by Donna on Aug 07, 2013 3:52 PM
Transferred to you.
Added by Travelingal on Jan 30, 2013 5:21 PM
|Sheri West||Verna Crofut|
Info has been updated :)
Added by Sheri West on Nov 19, 2012 10:59 AM
I looked back at my messages to you and I found that Joh Coughlin's plot is owned by a Mrs. EH McNeill. If you go to Greenwood and search the last name McNeill - they are all buried in Section L lot 31.
I created memorials for all of them, but I didn't add pics, so I must have used the cemetery record. I could kick myself for not noting if they are marked or not. But I can go check them. I saw that I searched for Estelle previously, but didn't find her. Of course, if she remarried, then she could be there under a different name.
Added by Merf on Sep 16, 2012 1:12 PM
|Michael||RE: Sterling and Nora Keys|
You are very welcome. I am glad I could help.
Added by Michael on Aug 04, 2012 3:20 PM
|Michael||Sterling and Nora Keys|
Thank you for the information for Sterling and Nora Keys. I have added it to their memorials. I also added a photo of their grave marker.
Added by Michael on Aug 04, 2012 12:01 PM
|David M. Foltz||Catherine King|
Hi, and thanks for your messages. I found the errors and updates the correct dates on the site. Also, I sent you a bunch of info I have on Isaac King and Catherine that I hope you find helpful.
Thanks and let me know if I can provide any additional info you need.
Added by David M. Foltz on May 20, 2012 2:52 PM
Thanks, I think it's the first update I've received in this cemetery
Added by ProgBase on Feb 19, 2012 9:45 PM
|Denny Goddard||Angelina Mills|
Received your message regarding memorial for Angelina Mills. You indicated her maiden name "may" be McLlree but the tombstone inscription reads "Angelina King" and wife of Isaac E Mills. Would be hesitant to change name unless you are sure.
Added by Denny Goddard on Feb 19, 2012 6:40 PM
Would you like to have ownership of this family? Lisa
Added by Lisa on Jan 14, 2012 3:36 PM
|Anonymous||Eells - Coleman|
thank you for the add'l details on Abigail and family, memorials are updated.
If you stumble upon memorials of siblings and/or parents, I can create links; send an edit note on Abigail's memorial 59963488.
thanks again for your contribution
Added by Anonymous on Oct 22, 2011 4:54 PM
|Merf||RE: JT Coughlin|
You should have 4 messages from me from the end of August. For some reason, findagrave filtered them because I used the name of the cemetery director - which I referred to as an "ess e ex t o n" and because the first three letters made the word we also use to refer as "gender", it had to go through a filter because the first three letters could be a "bad" word. So if you have a total of 3 messages, I think everything I needed to tell you is there.
Added by Merf on Sep 26, 2011 9:20 PM
Darnit. I used the cemetery's word for the guy who runs it and the first 3 letters of the term could be a synonym for gender and it was picked up by a filter to make sure I didn't post something nasty. This could take up to a day to pass through the filter, so I"m shortening my message and sending you this:
Check the memorial I added today for JT Couglin 1868-1940. I think he must be your JT! I double-checked for the ladies and found nothing.
Let me know if it's him, and I'll transfer him to you.
Added by Merf on Aug 31, 2011 6:15 AM
|Merf||RE: J.T. Coughlin and the ladies|
I believe we've found your JT Coughlin. Check memorial # 75734250 which I added this morning. Born 1868 - died 1940. I double checked for the ladies and didn't find anything on them at Greenwood - but this doesn't mean they absolutely aren't there. I've known of one recent case where the sexton found a lost person in the older undertaker records, which aren't in the regular records rooms where I do my hunting.
Added by Merf on Aug 31, 2011 6:12 AM
|Randy Dotson||RE: Andrew Jackson Mullins aka|
I don't think it is an error. There was a newspaper article on him that said he was 104 when he died.
Added by Randy Dotson on Jul 01, 2011 7:01 PM
|Merf||RE: Memorial sites for cremated persons|
I checked Greenwood's online records, and I did find a John T. Coughlin in Section L, Lot 31. The plot is owned by a Mrs. E.H. McNeill.
I don't know if this is your JT Coughlin or not - but I'd be happy to check on it tomorrow.
I did not find a record online for Maude Hicks or Estelle Coughlin.
Most of the older burials are online, though - so I doubt they are there if they aren't in the online record, but I'll check anyway. I found an obit for a Maude Hicks in Orlando from 1985 - is this your Maude?
There is only one section for cremains, and it's newer - kind of a "scattering" area, if you will. Not really formal. All other cremains are buried regularly throughout the cemetery. Some have a simple brick-size marker, some have a standard marker.
Added by Merf on Aug 30, 2011 7:20 PM