What a beautiful photo of Grandma Grace. I've not ever seen that one before. Have any idea how old she was in it?
Added by Anonymous on Nov 23, 2014 1:12 AM
No problem transferring the memorials. I figure that if someone cares enough to add data they can be trusted to manage the memorial as well. Glad they have a good home.
New Berlin, WI
Added by Brian Croegaert on Sep 26, 2013 12:31 PM
|Vicky Wiemer Tracy||RE: Phillips Headstone|
You are welcome. I was glad to be able to do it.
Added by Vicky Wiemer Tracy on May 12, 2013 8:25 PM
|Shelva Dean Stringer||Bridges Pair|
Penny Pair is buried in Welcome cemetery by her son-in-law Allen J. Strong and daughter Samatha. But Bridges is not. Bridges & Penny are in Chambers County in 1850, then both in Randolph County 1n 1860. But 1870 & 1880 Penny & children are in Tallapoosa then she files for CSA pension in Marshall in 1887 and in Cullman 1896,1896,& 1899. Her application states that Bridges died 10-16-1863.
Added by Shelva Dean Stringer on Jun 07, 2012 2:12 PM
|E. Saunders||Wakefield Genealogy|
I would like to exchange information on Matilda Burgess Johnson Wakefield. She is my paternal G-G-grandmother. Yahoo doesn't like your firstname.lastname@example.org address. Keeps kicking it back to me. My e-mail: email@example.com
Added by E. Saunders on May 12, 2012 4:09 PM
|Allegro con Brio||Andrew MacNish|
Please change his name from MacNeish to MacNish. That is the way the family spells it. Thank you!~A
Added by Allegro con Brio on Apr 25, 2012 8:04 AM
|Jerry H||Marie Sullivan|
I'm confused. Aren't you using the hot links to get to these memorials? If you aren't, it's much easier. If you do a person search for 40939940 you will find her.
I think I'm done pestering you on this cemetery, but I will be adding over 100 new people. Thanks for making all the changes.
Added by Jerry H on Apr 07, 2012 8:09 AM
|Betty Jo Tindle||Re: Henry|
You are very welcome! :)
Added by Betty Jo Tindle on Apr 04, 2012 12:37 AM
|Jim Tipton||RE: Need information|
The Find A Grave forums and the 'main' Find A Grave website are totally different with respect to log in. You have to register independently with each site.
Added by Jim Tipton on Mar 30, 2012 9:33 AM
NOT into Genealogy??? What's wrong with her?
lol. Right off hand I can't think of anybody in southern CA, and Sacramento will hopefuly be there for a few more years. That cemetery has suffered a lot of damage from vandalls in the past - I surely don't understand that sort of thing, but it is one reason I have gotten into the photo thing here - what a great resource!
Thank you for your offer - I'll keep it in mind!
Added by Amy on Mar 28, 2012 8:54 AM
Ah - those wild multiple marriages throw a wrench in genealogy research! :-)
I did not find the baby, nor Jim - but I didn't know I was looking for them. And it was SO windy, and my list was long - not my usual local, so I was trying to get it all done in one trip. Anyway, they may very well be there, I just didn't run across them. It was a nice warm day - especially for March and my milage coming home was fabulous!
Added by Amy on Mar 27, 2012 11:33 AM
You are welcome!
You are too fast for me! ;-)
Do you want management of Rosa's memorial?
Added by Amy on Mar 27, 2012 10:30 AM
|Rick Hudson||RE: Pair Stone|
Gald to be of some help
Added by Rick Hudson on Feb 16, 2012 6:57 PM
|Jean Howe Gladem||RE: Wrong McCutchin|
Sorry, the picture has been deleted.
Added by Jean Howe Gladem on Aug 17, 2011 7:29 AM
|bgardener||RE: Peter Michels|
Please use the "suggest a correction" link to request transfer of memorial, so I know which one you're looking for. Thanks!
Added by bgardener on Jun 26, 2011 11:52 PM
|bgardener||RE: Peter Michels|
Do you have a link to the memorial page for the iron cross?
Added by bgardener on Apr 03, 2011 10:09 PM
|Jessica Smith Gladson||RE: George Jacox|
Just read your message again...little slow this morning!
Most of my family has been found, my mother was pretty good at that. Just have a few people here and there that don't add up or need more information. If you do make it this way, let me know, I can help you find out where to look. That part of the cemetery is very strange. For instance, there is a tree root that is up on top of the ground and on top of the root there is a home made stone. It is a very interesting place. George should be right behind the war memorial and one row to the right. There are trees there and the ground is very uneven, but you can find markers for about 5 or 6 more graves (just the metal markers) and his is not one. I will send you the pictures when I return home. My family is heading to find another hidden cemetery in my area...Thank heavens it is cool out, means less or no snakes!! Have a great day and if there is anything I can do to help you, please let me know!
Added by Jessica Smith Gladson on Oct 23, 2010 11:16 AM
|Jessica Smith Gladson||RE: George Jacox|
Would you like me to privately email them to you or post them to the grave even tho there is confusion???
Added by Jessica Smith Gladson on Oct 23, 2010 10:46 AM
|Jessica Smith Gladson||George Jacox|
I found the plot it is labeled as B 5 1 3. This is what they call the old cemetery. In the 1900s (no one can give me exactly the date) the cemetery was moved from the location of Lusk High School to where it is presently and they begun placing graves in this part of the cememtery.
The care taker and I looked for this stone and could not find it. There are many that have been covered by dirt over the years and many stones were home made, badly broken or plain missing in the oldest part of the cemetery.
I do have photos of what might be this stone however it has no writing on it. It also maybe right beside it under the grass and dirt. If you would like the photos please let me know. thanks, Jessica
Added by Jessica Smith Gladson on Oct 23, 2010 12:53 AM
Oh, and the four memorials have now been transferred to you. :)
Added by bgardener on Jul 06, 2010 12:00 AM
|bgardener||St Anthony - Germantown|
Thanks for the compliment on the photos. :) It took several return visits to get them as readable as possible. Some of the older ones were, sadly, too damaged or worn down to make an accurate identification, but I think we got most of them.
I'm not local to that area, but it's in driving distance. My G-Grandparents, #22092868 & #22092794, ran the little grocery next to the church.
I do have the cast iron cross marked as possibly Peter Michels, but I have no idea how to verify it, since the records were lost. The only long-shot I can think of would be if you knew where someone at that time would have purchased a grave marker, and if that business (or the family of who ran it at the time) would happen to have kept the sales books, showing who bought what. Or an old newspaper article that says burial would be at St Anthony's, so you'd at least know he's there *somewhere*. But even that's hard to find, from that era. Good luck! :)
Added by bgardener on Jul 05, 2010 11:59 PM
|Jack Causer||RE: Sarah Hazard jaycox|
Their eldest daughter Betsey was my 4th Great Grandmother.She married Timothy Abbey,they had George Abbey who had Ida Abbey who married George Causer,they had my Grandfather Glenn who had my father Jack A.Causer
Added by Jack Causer on Jul 05, 2010 10:43 AM
Could you please provide the memorial #s, so I know exactly which ones you'd like transferred?
Added by bgardener on Jul 03, 2010 9:34 PM
Do you have a link to their f.a.g. page(s)?
Added by bgardener on Jun 25, 2010 8:46 PM
|Kathy (Weller) Medick||RE: Loraine Hogan|
She is not related I just enjoy posting to Find a grave to help people find relatives they have lost. Kathy
Added by Kathy (Weller) Medick on Dec 02, 2009 3:55 PM