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Julie Watts (#47078952)
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Stephanie Gisseman
Richard Lines
Thanks so much for your reply. I didn't get a message on Ancestry....

I see a marriage for Reuben to Fanny Sailor that would fit the timeframe....could that be it, or are you sure his wife was Sarah?

Richard is my fifth great grandfather.

Added by Stephanie Gisseman on Feb 01, 2015 5:03 PM

Stephanie Gisseman
Richard Lines
I am doing research on Richard Lines and trying to find his parents. Do you know who they were? Thanks.

Stephanie Gisseman

Added by Stephanie Gisseman on Feb 01, 2015 11:34 AM

Mark S. Price
RE: Johannes and Susannah Hauer Kinsch
Hi Julie,

It's nice to finally meet a cousin. If I'm correct, we are 5th cousins. You've done a pretty good job of putting together their memorial pages. I only have a few tidbits of information that is different than your own.

The only reason I asked for you to transfer them to me is because I am finding that a lot of people that have memorial pages on my ancestors are not even related to them. You are the first blood relative I have come across on Find A Grave.

I love Find A Grave because I am able to get tombstone photos that I would otherwise not be able to get. I used to go grave hopping all over Perry County, especially Liverpool Union Cemetery where seven generations of my family are buried. But I have cerebral palsy and since I have gotten older I now use a wheeled walker. It's not the best thing to take traipsing through grave yards.

I would love to be able to view your tree on Ancestry. I too have a tree on Ancestry. I just don't know how to go about doing that.

Sincerely,
Mark S. Price

Added by Mark S. Price on Jan 17, 2015 10:07 PM

Mark S. Price
Johannes and Susannah Hauer Kinsch
Hi Julie,

Are you related to Johannes and Susannah Hauer Kinsch, Find A Grave Memorial #'s 95477490 and 95477423, respectively?

If not, would you be willing to transfer their memorials to me as they are my 4th great-grandparents.

My Find a Grave # is 48624649.

Thanks,
Mark S. Price

Added by Mark S. Price on Jan 16, 2015 10:25 PM

Wally S.
RE: Ellen Richardson
Julie,
You are very welcome, glad I was able to get it for you.
Best regards, Wally

Added by Wally S. on May 26, 2014 8:31 PM

Rick Wiley
RE: Emma and Andrew Richardson
You are welcome. I will get your Ellen photo the next time I am in that area. I took one and it was unreadable. I may have to do something to make it stand out better.

Added by Rick Wiley on Mar 09, 2014 11:31 AM

Mike Dearbaugh
Lucille Boone # 62052176 # 15929487
I wonder if you message the contributors about the corrections they could make to their memorials so they could a more valid entry, of do you just put the information in the virtual flowers? Just thinking out loud really.

Added by Mike Dearbaugh on Feb 12, 2014 6:58 AM

Ron Chatfield
RE: John Sulllivan
I just noticed this message and it is several years old. I am interested on any info on John Sullivan and his descendants if you are still interested contact me at ronchatfield6@gmail.com

Added by Ron Chatfield on Oct 08, 2013 7:57 AM

Iaed
RE: Marie and Thorvald Hansen
You're welcome. I found a few more Hansens there who had not been recorded previously. If you would like to have any of them transferred, I'm happy to do that.

Added by Iaed on Jul 11, 2013 3:31 PM

llanggin
RE: Tindells
Hi, Julia. I went to the library today & found Emaline's death notice in the Dec 10, 1879, Ottumwa Courier. I have scanned it & sent a copy to the Ottumwa Cemetery so the records can be updated. May I add it to the memorial?

Added by llanggin on May 01, 2013 10:56 AM

llanggin
RE: Tindells
These are all of the Tindells in the Ottumwa Cemetery records:

TINDELL,BLANCHE,UNKNOWN, -- --- 1883, 479/J
TINDELL,MARGARET, UNKNOWN, 27 AUG 1880, 479/J
TINDELL,MARTHA, UNKNOWN, UNKNOWN, 479/J
TINDELL,MATILDA, UNKNOWN, UNKNOWN, 479/J
TINDELL,N.M., 24 APR 1839, 22 JUL 1919, 479J
TINDELL,NATHAN, UNKNOWN, UNKNOWN, 479/J
TINDELL,NATHAN E., UNKNOWN, 07 DEC 1879, 479/J
TINDELL,PEARL, UNKNOWN, 07 JUL 1880, 479/J
TINDELL,REBECAH, UNKNOWN, 17 MAR 1899, 479/J
TINDELL,ZOE, UNKNOWN, UNKNOWN, 479/J

There are only 4 headstones there now. I have asked if there were headstones for the other graves. The office has individual files for each grave.

Added by llanggin on Apr 29, 2013 8:00 PM

Patrivia
Helen Sharp(e) Speak
You are welcome. Your relative is not in the obit index for local newspaper at library. Will ask at cemetery office, probably this week. Pat

Added by Patrivia on Apr 08, 2013 7:59 AM

Patrivia
RE: Harold Speak
OK. I don't recall seeing any other Speaks buried nearby. If I get a chance, I will look into it. Do you have a more specific death date ?

Added by Patrivia on Apr 06, 2013 10:49 AM

Patrivia
RE: Emma Speak
You are welcome. A gravestone next to Emma's was for Harold Speak/ 1890 - 1978. If you want to set up a memorial for him, we would be glad to add that photo. Let us know.

Added by Patrivia on Apr 06, 2013 9:10 AM

Phil & Kathi
RE: Richardson Family
You're very welcome. Glad we could help!

Phil & Kathi

Added by Phil & Kathi on Mar 21, 2013 7:50 PM

Phil & Kathi
Richardsons at Highland
Hi!
You made a request for all the Richardsons at Highland cemetery in Harrison County, Missouri. I have them, but my photos are saved in alphabetical order by person and not by cemetery. If you request each one, I'll get them on.

Have fun!

Phil

Added by Phil & Kathi on Mar 21, 2013 6:22 AM

GeneGraver
Shanley Plots
Just for you information...these plots are actually Second Add Block 3 (south side - this one section is divided by a road as well), just in case someone would want to go looking for them off the info on their memorials. Elmwood has four different Block 3's. Original, Second Add, Third Add and St.Joe's. Adding the pictures now.

Happy New Year!!
Christine

Added by GeneGraver on Dec 27, 2012 9:07 AM

Scott Limle
bundy/paine
I sent you an email from your email address on here with some info I dug up tonight on the sullivans in bundy/Paine and I also attached the photos I have. If you dont get the email let me know and I will try again.

Added by Scott Limle on Sep 27, 2012 10:11 PM

Scott Limle
RE: Leach Connections
their was several george leachs but all were related during that time period. The thomas w.leach was the one I mentioned before this post. I researched him extensively and might actually have a downloaded copy of the newspaper article when he married your descendents. I will have to check the time period you gave. I made copies of every marriage article I could find of those he married. I am going to look at my notes tonight to check on the sullivans for you.

Added by Scott Limle on Sep 27, 2012 7:26 PM

Scott Limle
RE: Bundy-Paine Cemetery
Thomas Leach is my 4th great-grandfather, he was son of George Leach.

Added by Scott Limle on Sep 27, 2012 7:22 PM

Scott Limle
RE: Bundy-Paine Cemetery
I transferred them and I will look this weekend if I have any more pictures, info, etc.

Added by Scott Limle on Sep 27, 2012 6:56 AM

Scott Limle
bundy/paine
I also wanted to tell you that if I have ownership of the memorials I would be more than happy to transfer them to you if you want them. I created the memorials so everyone there could be remembered.

Added by Scott Limle on Sep 26, 2012 9:09 PM

Scott Limle
RE: Bundy-Paine Cemetery
You are very welcome. When I started the project I didn't see an old run down cemetery that had been forgotten. To me everyone buried there had a story and a family somewhere today. I am glad I was able to help your family benefit from the work I did and your future descendents will be able to benefit as well. What was the names of your ancestors buried there? I recovered and recorded about 300 different tombstones in that cemetery that summer in 2010. I might have some other info or photos I can email you that I didn't publish. I released all my info to the Jackson County Genealogy Society a couple years ago and since then have done a little research here and there on those buried there. I also might be able to link you to other descendents. I get emails from around the country frequently of descendants of those buried there. I have been pushing the past couple years for the state to issue a historical marker for the cemetery as one of the earliest pioneer cemeteries between Jackson and Mcarthur. I am giving a re-dedication speech there Oct 6 for a ceremony for two revolutionary war veterans buried there. One is my 5th great-grandfather George Leach. It took two years but we finally got their Military Markers made by the VA. I someday plan to write a book about the cemetery. I discovered many neat and interesting tidbits of info on those buried there. For instance President John Adams 2nd cousin is buried there. Well sorry to take up so much space on your page. If you give me the names I will see what else I can tell you that I may know about your ancestors. Thank you for your praise :)
Scott Limle

Added by Scott Limle on Sep 26, 2012 9:04 PM

Holland St John
RE: Amanda Lucas Freeman
Julie: I have rediscovered your email you sent me last week - I was looking in the wrong place and sent my reply back to FindAGrave. They sent it back as they don't forward personal responses. I should have remembered that. Anyway, perhaps I can be of some help to you. Your request was for information concerning the brother of my g-g-grandmother Amanda Lucas. My information states that he was the eldest son of Daniel and Martha (Brown) Lucas and a brother to Amanda. He was born in Colrain, Franklin County, Mass. on February 17, 1787. He married Charlotte Graves and had four children: Lorenzo Dow, Volney, Stephen and a daughter (name?) who married Charles Miller. When a small boy he went with his parents to Cazenovia, Madison County, New York, into the locality called "Pumpkin Hollow" (Holler). It was at Stockbridge, New York. From there he went to Conquest, Cayuga County, New York. He studied to be a doctor in Buffalo, New York. He is said to have settled near Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio in 1845. He became noted in Western New York for his introduction and use of the steambox and Hemlock boughs for the cure of "spotted fever." He was in the War of 1812 in the Battle of Erie. I have information on all four of his children should you want it. I'm not sure this William is the William Lucas you are interested in, but thought I would share it with you.
Holland St. John
Richland, Washington
email: lhstjohn@owt.com

Added by Holland St John on Sep 23, 2012 1:09 PM

nancy ashley
RE: sarah tennant morgan
wow, that was fast, thank you so much for the info. i'm glad to know there is a tennant river in scotland. thanks, nancy

Added by nancy ashley on Apr 02, 2012 9:17 PM

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