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David Turnbole
RE: William Johnson Pulaski Village Cem
I removed my marker of Will and Hanna from the South Richland posting. I dunno what happened there.

Added by David Turnbole on Jun 26, 2016 10:36 AM

David Turnbole
RE: William Johnson Pulaski Village Cem
I have looked at the Daysville cemetery Find A Grave pics and she doesn't show there. Mariah Johnson Sherman is the only one with Johnson in the name. Hannah has a birth date on the marker in Pulaski but no date of death which, to me, means she left no instructions to have the date put in, the people she left those instructions with never did it or she's not buried there and had no intention of having the date engraved on that marker. Glad I could help you with Will's picture and I hope I've muddled the waters of research just that much more for you! LOL!

Added by David Turnbole on Jun 26, 2016 9:00 AM

TLyons
RE: Samuel G. King
Hi Sharon!

I put this one aside for now. I am going to try to go to the Pekin cemetery this week. Looking at the photos that have been taken there, it doesn't look like it will be an easy task. If I have any luck I may take you up on that census information that you have.

Take care,
Tina



Added by TLyons on Jun 25, 2016 1:46 PM

Andy Gappa
RE: Mount Greenwood
Sharon,
I've been in the office and the people working in Mount Greenwood are pretty nice and helpful. Most of their records are on paper in filing cabinets. I'm not sure what they'll provide on request but it seems a phone call would answer that. As for finding this grave, I was just walking in an older section looking for Civil War veterans and I came across Mary's husband. The large tombstone has two crossed rifles on it which drew me to it and then I found the more recent GAR flat marker. That's about all I have on Mount Greenwood. Glad I could help.
Andy Gappa

Added by Andy Gappa on Jun 22, 2016 11:35 AM

frwill48
RE: Kingsley - Forest Hill Cemetery Utica, NY
Thank you very much. I appreciate your help.

I see you have several photo requests for cemeteries in the Utica area. Are you from upstate NY?

I live in Utica, about 1 mile from Forest Hill Cemetery and am on the Board of Trustees there.

If there are any photos I could take for you in the Utica area, please let me know. If you can get the section or plot information on the graves I will be glad to go search for them. I'm retired now and enjoy doing Find A Grave searches.

Best regards,

Frank

Added by frwill48 on Jun 21, 2016 5:39 AM

frwill48
Kingsley - Forest Hill Cemetery Utica, NY
You have some "Kingsley" Find A Grave sites entered with only the last name. Yesterday I added several members of the Kingsley family buried in two large lots in Forest Hill Cemetery.

Would you please check your sites to see if we can eliminate any duplicates?

I am working with another man who is following the Kingsley Family - I believe he is a descendent of theirs. I know he would appreciate any additional information on the Kingsley Family that you might have.

Best regards,

Frank

Added by frwill48 on Jun 21, 2016 5:06 AM

TLyons
Samuel G. King
You are absolutely correct! I just realized that her first husband's name is on the back of the same stone. I somehow was under the impression that she had more marriages. Looks like just the two.

Thanks!
Tina

Added by TLyons on Jun 09, 2016 7:20 PM

TLyons
RE: Sam King at Pekin Cem Orwell
I am just speculating, but his second wife was married several times and I wonder if his children wanted him buried in Orwell, but would not allow her to be buried with him. It may have been her way of memorializing their marriage.

Take a look at her stone and you'll see what I mean.

Helen T. King 155580034


Added by TLyons on Jun 09, 2016 12:27 PM

Kimby P.
RE: E.F. at Happy Valley
Mystery solved- that must be the footstone for Emmer Fox, wife of Charles Fox buried next to Sam Davey. It's the only E.F. buried in the cemetery according to the records online.

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nyoswego/cemeteries/happyvalleycemindex.html

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nyoswego/cemeteries/happyvalleycem.html

Added by Kimby P. on Jun 05, 2016 1:46 PM

Harlene Soper-Brown
RE: duplicate memorial for Thomas West & Mary Tenney West
Thank you so much for contacting me. I have added the information from your memorial to the one I created. And discovered I also had a memorial for his wife, Mary, but didn't have her maiden name, so I've added that and connected her to him.

Thank you for your kindness. May it be returned to you many times over.

Family health issues continue, but isn't that just life sometimes?

Happily in Christ,
Harlene

Added by Harlene Soper-Brown on Jun 04, 2016 9:48 AM

Karyn Van Kainen
Marvin Daniels family
Hello! The Lake County Ohio Genealogical Society has an excellent website that provides indexed burials for most of the cemeteries in Lake county, including South Kirtland Cemetery. I searched the index and found no burial records for Jesse Daniels or the wives in that cemetery. It's possible that they were buried in another cemetery. Here's the URL: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohlcgs/webkirtlandintro.html

Best wishes,
Karyn

Added by Karyn Van Kainen on Jun 02, 2016 8:43 PM

TLyons
RE: Mary Loness Johnson
Thank you. I have really enjoyed working on the Fairview cemetery. It amazes me to read about the people and the place that it used to be.

Tina

Added by TLyons on May 24, 2016 6:49 PM

DKOWN
RE: #100336081 Union Cem Kansas City
I will be glad to have you take care of this grave, I will be watching for the new information.
Thank you for your research.
Dyanne

Added by DKOWN on May 23, 2016 5:10 AM

Thelma Dickinson Moye
Charles Beebe
Thank you for the obit, they are always welcome as are corrections.

Added by Thelma Dickinson Moye on May 08, 2016 10:17 AM

Chris Hobson
RE: Lewis Davie, Maple Lawn Cemetery, Bolivar
Yes that would be fine if someone closer in the family comes along and want them...The other person isn't going to remove his memorial or change some of the info I asked him (?0 to but its okay...

Added by Chris Hobson on May 04, 2016 7:14 AM

Chris Hobson
RE: Lewis Davie, Maple Lawn Cemetery, Bolivar
I happen to be looking a distant cousin and noticed about half of the Davie family is missing from the records for Maple Lawn...There are several write ups on line and that is what I am working on...It would seem that Lewis isn't marked as Civil War but should be??

Added by Chris Hobson on May 03, 2016 4:26 PM

heidic208
RE: Alpheus and Hannah Brown, Ellisburg Cemetery, Jefferson Co.
I do live in PA but grew up in Up state NY (Adams). My sister & her husband live on Sandy Pond so we spent a long weekend so my husband and her husband could fish.

Its nice to fill a few requests while getting some exercise & fresh air.

Added by heidic208 on May 02, 2016 3:56 PM

Jack Parker
RE: Thomas West duplicate at Ancient Burying Ground
We all keep each other honest, god alone knows how many dupes I've created!

cheers
j.

Added by Jack Parker on Apr 06, 2016 8:43 AM

David Turnbole
RE: Hokes at Getman Cemetery
They may be there but too many markers are broken or lost to history.

Added by David Turnbole on Mar 17, 2016 2:32 PM

af
RE: Mary Sneck Fairview Cemetery Williamstown
My source is a cemetery census done in Sept. 1979 and on file in The Half-shire Historical Society records.

Added by af on Feb 10, 2016 1:27 PM

Roger Guillemette
RE: Peckhams and LC-204
Thank you very much for your help!

Added by Roger Guillemette on Dec 19, 2015 5:00 PM

Janet
RE: Thank you
When I first photographed George Everard's stone, MY thought was that it was a fitting tribute to a well respected blacksmith-beautiful iron work-and perhaps his own-particularly the fence, since the women passed before he did. I was so heartsick to see that it had been vandalized-unfortunately this is happening more frequently, and always old stones with no family left to repair them. Tragic. George is in the middle,Anna on his left, Minnie on his right.

Added by Janet on Dec 03, 2015 5:58 AM

TLyons
RE: Forest Park
You are welcome! I am enjoying my time spent wandering cemeteries.

Added by TLyons on Nov 05, 2015 6:30 AM

Mike and Mel
RE: Frederick Edee
Yes, we have spoken before about this on ancestry.

It's one brick wall that is difficult.

Added by Mike and Mel on Oct 28, 2015 7:41 AM

RIN
RE: Thanks again for an old transfer

Hi Sharon,
Your very welcome. I enjoy transferring memorials to their family members when I am not related. I went to Mary Ann Sneck's memorial and I saw the wonderful tombstone pictures & bio for her; you did a wonderful job. You take great pictures.
Rose

Added by RIN on Oct 20, 2015 5:15 PM

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