|Gay Hobt Morton||John R. Coram|
Thank you for this photo of this stone. I am trying to determine if he was a Civil War soldier for the East Tn. History Center. I appreciate your effort to help us.
Added by Gay Hobt Morton on Oct 25, 2014 7:36 AM
Any and all info submitted will be added to memorials, making no transfers required.
Added by fpw on Sep 28, 2014 4:10 AM
It can get complicated, right? I find myself doing similar things, no matter how much I seem to check, but that happens here. Thanks again, and happy "grave digging!"
Added by GeekyGraveGirl on May 02, 2014 5:59 AM
I transfered the gg grandparents of yours and a cousin but do not want to go as far as the gg uncle ,wife and gg uncle and such.
I bend the guidelines some to help others but do want to bend them that much.
Added by DSON1492 on May 01, 2014 1:55 PM
|Michigan mother||RE: Thank you for the transfers!|
Thankyou Lori, for that message. I love hearing about people. Very unusual to hear of a woman her age going into the service. Yes, she lived a long life like some of the Witter blood line that I am in. My mother was 99 when she passed away and she too loved genealogy and family history. I wish she were alive today to connect with other family members this way. She would have been delighted.
She was born in 1906. Horse and buggy days.
Added by Michigan mother on Jun 10, 2013 10:22 AM
|Brenda ||RE: Neals|
You are very welcome. I'll see what I can do this summer. No promises, but......
Added by Brenda on Jun 09, 2013 4:48 PM
The inscription on the headstones for Ora O and Infant daughter Neal are hard to read. If I get back up to the cemetery, I will take along my cleaning solution and see if they can be read better after they are cleaned.
Added by Brenda on May 03, 2013 3:28 PM
|Brenda ||RE: Sarah Sharp|
Wish I could have found the headstone for you. :o(
Added by Brenda on Apr 29, 2013 9:51 AM
|Brenda ||Sarah Sharp|
There is no headstone listed for Sarah Sharp. This is a cemetery that was in very bad repair until the 1990s when the board worked on it. There are some headstones that are unreadable, so perhaps Sarah's is one of those. Unfortunately, there is no record of burials, just the one of the readable headstones.
Added by Brenda on Apr 29, 2013 6:38 AM
|Susan B.||RE: Thank You|
You're very welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by Susan B. on Mar 21, 2013 9:14 PM
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by April on Feb 22, 2013 3:24 PM
|Michigan mother||RE: transfers of Witters|
I am most happy to transfer them to you and hope you are enjoying the tracing, maintaining and updating that goes on with this type of memorial. I, also have Witter relatives and I am looking forward to seeing other Witter family histories and connections. Maybe we are related some place along the way. : )
Who knows, I may need your help to do some tracing in your area as I vaguely remember searching for someone and came up with the ones that you now have. So, anything else I can do for you, just ask. Please remember to use the edit part on the memorial that you want transferred to you which makes it a whole lot easier. You don't have to do it for these two as I have already finished transferring them to you. : )
Added by Michigan mother on Nov 29, 2012 1:34 PM
|Rustyrex||Beams Gravesite Photos..|
Thank you Lorie for your time and effort in taking the pictures of the Pollie and Sam Beams' gravesites. Your help is much appreciated!
Added by Rustyrex on Oct 31, 2012 7:45 AM
Thank you for the photo, much appreciated.
Added by 5chandlers on Oct 29, 2012 8:27 AM
|Don Rubarts||RE: Augustus H. Plummer|
Thanks, I added the info to his Bio.
Added by Don Rubarts on Nov 08, 2011 3:27 PM
Hi Lorie, Thank you for the information on your great-great-great-grandparents, We have transfered the memorials of Sarah and Samuel over to you.
Added by Cadmus on Sep 14, 2010 11:42 AM
|Susan Neff, Ford & Neff Family Historian||Mary Ann Stratton Oliver|
Lorie, I'm happy to learn you and your daughter are discovering Gene Stratton Porter's books. My favorite is "Laddie" and also anything about the Limberlost. My 2gr-aunt (by marriage), Mary Ann Stratton Oliver, was indeed an older sister of Geneva Grace "Gene" Stratton Porter. There were 13 children, 4 boys and 9 girls -- Mary Ann (b. 1840) was #5 and Gene (b. 1862) was the youngest. "Laddie" was their brother Leander (b. 1853) who died, as written in the book, by drowning in the Wabash River near the Stratton home in 1872. The home here in Wabash County is still standing and well preserved, along with Gene's legacy and some of her artifacts. Please feel free to contact me whenever you're in north central Indiana - I'd be delighted to give you and your daughter an educational tour.
Added by Susan Neff, Ford & Neff F... on May 18, 2010 10:43 PM
|PattyB||RE: YOUNG family|
Thank you so very much for taking your time to take the pictures and post them for me. It is truly appreciated. They didn't have any children and the one you mentioned was born 1923 and they were too old by then, so must belong to the Smith family buried nearby.
Added by PattyB on Jun 13, 2009 4:58 PM
|Aaron J. Blake||Polly Reed|
I sure appreciate your time and effort in looking for her gravestone. Yes, the gap between her husband and her son is probably where her gravestone once stood. I wonder what happened to it? I'll contact the sexton to see if they can shed any more light. If you can send that photo, that would be great! You can send it to email@example.com. Again, thanks for your help. I'll remove the request so noone else looks for it.
Added by Aaron J. Blake on Apr 03, 2009 8:00 PM
corrected -Thanks -
Added by westgate on Feb 08, 2009 3:34 PM