Please link Elizabeth Ann Foster Phelps 133304 my great grandmother and also my mothers middle name Ruth Foster Phelps McQuiston to her husband my Great Grandfather 120471222 Thank You Anna 48322235
Added by Anna on Feb 28, 2014 1:10 PM
|Anna||George Frederick Phelps transfer|
Please transfer my Grandfather and Grandmother to me because I would like to write the Bio's on them. George Fredrick Phelps 132434 & Zina May Butterfield Phelps 133420 to Anna 48322235
Added by Anna on Feb 11, 2014 10:52 AM
|Anna||Zina May Butterfield|
Also my Grandmother, mother Ruth Foster Phelps
Hers is 133420 And mine Anna 48322235
Added by Anna on Feb 07, 2014 2:28 PM
|Anna||George Fredrick Phelps transfer|
I have only been on findagrave for about a month now so I don't know a lot but I was wondering if you would transfer George Fredrick Phelps to me His memorial is 132434. He is my Grandfather, My mother is Ruth foster Phelps. My name is Anna 48322235
Added by Anna on Feb 07, 2014 2:23 PM
|Ami||RE: Angelica Mines|
I looked at the burial records and the plot was correct. Maybe she doesn't have a stone yet? I walked that entire block three times. I'm sorry I couldn't find it.
Added by Ami on Jan 28, 2014 10:57 PM
|Lorraine Gee||re: Mines headstone photos|
You're very welcome. I enjoy doing it.
Added by Lorraine Gee on Nov 09, 2011 11:38 AM
|Gen-Sher||Stanley D. Nelson|
I have transferred the memorial of Stanley D. Nelson to you so you can make any changes you want.
Added by Gen-Sher on Jun 09, 2011 7:59 AM
|Cheryl Chastain-White||RE: Butterfield Cemetery|
I looked at the Google Map location you submitted for the Butterfield Cem. It looks accurate to me. It shows the shopping center and the location for the cemetery is right in a grove a trees. And that is exactly where it is.
I believe I took all pictures of the stones that were there. However I may have accidently skipped some? There were some in there that were broken or I was unable to read. Would be happy to go take a look again if you want to submit me some names to check out (after the snow is all gone that is). I do my grocery shopping there and I go to the bookstore which is the first store in the center closest to the cem.
Also if there are some names on there that I have listed you would like transferred let me know, would be happy to do it.
Added by Cheryl Chastain-White on Apr 10, 2011 9:32 PM
|Cindy Baldogo||RE: Grave Transfer|
You're very welcome! Glad to be of help!
Added by Cindy Baldogo on Jan 16, 2011 1:17 PM
|JNSimpson||RE: Photo Thanks|
You are welcome. Don't know when the stone was placed as I haven't been by there in months.
Added by JNSimpson on Sep 02, 2010 9:17 PM
|s monson||Meribah Reeves Bird burial info|
This is an excerpt from a history we found in the Chemung Co. NY Historical Society files. It was written by Florence Bird, who was the great-granddaughter of Benjamin Freeman Bird and his 2nd wife, Margaret Crane. The full 3-page history is posted on our Benjamin Freeman Bird website on MyFamily.com . If you would like to have access to the website, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will see that you get a password for it. Also, we meet twice yearly to collaborate on research. We welcome new researchers!
"Benjamin and Meribah had twelve children. Benjamin is said to have been a Methodist circuit rider. When he first came to this section from New Jersey he lived on the road which still bears his name "The Bird Creek Road." His farm was the first one on the Pennsylvania side of the state line. It is now (1960) owned and occupied by Mr. D. Collier, who reports that the sight of the Bird cabin is still marked by stones, remnants of either the foundation, or fireplace and chimney. Previous to the death of his first wife, Mr. Bird and his family had moved to the South Creek Road on the farm on the northeast corner of the Rogers Road. The cemetery where Maribah is buried is on a plot on this farm."
Added by s monson on Aug 18, 2010 6:54 PM
|GenMom||Re: Utah Historical Society...|
Thanks for the tip on getting graves turned over from them!! Really appreciate the help!
Added by GenMom on Apr 27, 2010 7:02 PM
|witchweed7||RE: Picture Thanks|
Don't mention it I'm happy I could get the picture for you.
Added by witchweed7 on Jun 11, 2009 9:06 PM
|Blaine & Elaine Berger||RE: Picture Thanks|
You are so welcome. We are glad to be of help.
Blaine & Elaine
Added by Blaine & Elaine Berger on Jun 11, 2009 7:33 PM
|God Bless ღ ~ Sandra ~||RE: Picture Thanks|
You are most welcome. I enjoy wondering cemeteries. There are over 50 small ones here in Box Elder Co. alone. I frequent about 25 within 35 miles of my home. I also go to about a dozen in Cache Co. as well.
Added by God Bless ღ ~ Sandr... on Jun 11, 2009 7:28 PM
|Penny G. Douglass||RE: Atkinson Graves|
Hi Glenn, You're very welcome. If I need pictures in Colo. I'll take you up on your offer.
Added by Penny G. Douglass on May 09, 2009 2:43 PM
|Penny G. Douglass||RE: Clarkston City Cemetery|
Which headstones do you need? I can get them for you just as soon as it stops raining. We've had rain here for several days now, so, it should clear up one of these first days.
Added by Penny G. Douglass on May 05, 2009 8:49 AM
|Colin George||RE: Sarah Bird Picture|
You're welcome. I did notice that the date of birth on the website is different than what's marked on the headstone. Let me know if I can help in any other way.
Added by Colin George on Apr 19, 2009 10:32 PM
|Linda 'Rusty' Jenkins||Isabel Orr Grover|
Once Again, Hello Glenn,
Wound up being able to head out there again today and found her along with her husband and some of their children.
Thank you for the opportunity to help with this.
Added by Linda 'Rusty' Jenkins on Apr 18, 2009 5:24 PM
|Linda 'Rusty' Jenkins||Isabel Orr Grover|
Hello Again Glenn,
In looking at the memorial for Isabel Orr again I noticed that she is listed under her maiden name not under her married name, which is Grover. The caretaker did look under Isabel Grover and I do believe that there was a listing for her in the burial records she consulted. I will go back next weekend (weather permitting) and check with her again for this gravesite.
Added by Linda 'Rusty' Jenkins on Apr 18, 2009 3:41 PM
|Linda 'Rusty' Jenkins||Isabel Orr Gravesite|
Just went out today to find the gravesite for Isabel Orr in the Sutton Cemetery. According to the burial records, that the caretaker checked for me, Isabel is not buried there. Isabel is also the caretakers great grandmother and thought it was strange that she wouldn't be buried by John. She mentioned something about the Parker Cemetery.
Added by Linda 'Rusty' Jenkins on Apr 18, 2009 3:36 PM
|Byron & Mable Ramseyer Zeek||Orr|
Will do. We looked while we were there but must have missed it. Will try again. Byron and Mable Ramseyer Zeek
Added by Byron & Mable Ramseyer Ze... on Apr 05, 2009 9:36 AM
|Roseann Theetge Arnold||Fulton Street Cemetery|
It's sad that some cemeteries have to be locked up to keep people from destroying markers. I'll drop by there again when I'm in that area and if I catch it open I'll try again!
Roseann Theetge Arnold
Added by Roseann Theetge Arnold on Apr 02, 2009 5:48 PM
Yes, your Grandma has lots of pictures and things. I'd like to do more geneology. We used to have a family group - with goals and things, but we haven't had a meeing for a few years. It's good to see some of the younger generation getting into it. Did you know that your Grandma's Great G-ma & G-pa are buried in the Taylorsville Cemetary? You can see the grave and a little info by looking up Jacob Kemp Butterfield. Marci told me about his grave, and I have been there many times to see it. (It is only a couple of miles from my home) I can tell you of some of the other relatives, if you don't already know. Maybe we should get the family geneology group going again!! - jimaleen
Added by jimi on Mar 26, 2009 10:49 PM
Thanks, Glenn, for the pics of Josephine Mines headstone. I didn't think to look for anyone besides Grandma Rose & Grandpa Lee Mines. (this is your mom's cousin, Jimaleen)
Added by jimi on Mar 24, 2009 3:59 PM