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Lynda K. Knight (#47096225)
 member for 6 years, 5 months, 23 days
Anna Jaech
Racilla Dingley Ross
You & I have corresponded on the Rosses before. I am a direct descendent. I've discovered that every line that comes from her grandmother, Ruth Bryant Dingley was of the Plymouth colonies & all were here in the mid 1600s. Did you know this? They were in Scituate, Duxbury, Marshfield, Pembroke. It was Ruth Bryant that went to Maine with her husband, Abner Dingley.

Added by Anna Jaech on Jul 17, 2015 12:09 PM

Bronx Aquarian
RE: Sisson headstones
Leave requests in place, I am going back for them. I simply forgot.

Added by Bronx Aquarian on Mar 19, 2015 1:05 PM

Terence Gilliam
Carrie S Dalby (1901 - 1901)*
Can you fix the page for Carrie S Dalby (1901 - 1901) It's her mother not her Spouse
Mother; Amanda DeHaas Pierson-Hyslop Herrick (1869 - 1931)
Father is Henry Homer Dalbey Find A Grave Memorial# 91490778
Thank you, Gilliam

Added by Terence Gilliam on Feb 16, 2015 11:26 AM

Shawn McGreevy
Hoblitzell's at St. Pat's cumberland
Wanted to let you know I added a few pics to your Hoblitzell's in St. Patrick's Cemetery in cumberland.

Added by Shawn McGreevy on Oct 16, 2014 6:03 AM

Shawn McGreevy
Hoblitzell's at St. Pat's cumberland
Wanted to let you know I added a few pics to your Hoblitzell's in St. Patrick's Cemetery in cumberland.

Added by Shawn McGreevy on Oct 16, 2014 6:03 AM

RE: Joshua and Mary Knight headstone
I posted other Knight memorials from the church fem today. Plan to go back soon. Did 2 Cemetery stops today. Christina

Added by Christina1950 on Aug 24, 2014 3:19 PM

RE: Headstone photos for Mary Knight Wells

I do not think that anyone is with her. In the photos I posted, we can see her information and the "right" side, which is blank. I do have a picture looking at the "back" side, which is also blank (if you want me to post that one, I can). That leaves the "left" side in question. If I am out that way I can always get the "left" side, however, I think that it is blank too, but I cannot be certain.
Hope that helps.

Added by LynxCat on Aug 05, 2014 3:50 PM

John Allen
Richard Lewis Baugh
Richard Lewis Baugh Find A Grave Memorial# 129708328 is the son of Lewis Deo Baugh Find A Grave Memorial# 50686474 and Ellis Baugh.
Would you like Richard's memorial transferred to you.
John Allen

Added by John Allen on Jul 04, 2014 9:26 AM

Margaret Knight
You are welcome. She is in a unique area. Behind the marble and stone container for cremains is a small lake, I think in other parts of the country it would be called a pond but in arid Colorado almost anything that has water in it is a lake! It is snow melt irrigation water from the Bessemer ditch that irrigates the cemetery as well as the many farms that surround the cemetery as well as farms for miles down the Arkansas River valley. With the good snowy winter in the mountains it is very full so prettier than usual. It is a natural area, quite serene. There are lovely benches around part of the lake that that are on a paved path that serve as markers for some and hold cremains, lots of trees, shady and cool even on a very warm afternoon such as yesterday. There are no other Knights in the area.

Added by Kathleen on Jun 14, 2014 10:09 AM

Anna Jaech
Nathaniel Ross
Thank you for writing! Nathaniel is my gg gf. His son Augustus had very little contact with his son, my grandfather Herbert Oesterle Ross & so I have only a few notes. Herbert wrote that his gg gf was Nathaniel born in Colby, ME - this most certainly could be wrong. Do you by chance descend from Nathaniel B.D.? How did you come to have birth records?
There is so much estrangement in this family in the past 125 years. You are the first person who has mentioned this family to me in 50 years! So you can see, I find your interest exciting.
Annie Jaech

Added by Anna Jaech on Feb 26, 2014 12:52 PM

RE: Thornton headstones

You're quite welcome; it's a pleasure to assist. The other markers at that plot are for:

Samuel T. Beale (10/4/1875-11/8/1958)
Maude F. Beale (5/29/1877-3/3/1940)

According to Loudon Park records, Winifred Beale Fletcher is also buried at the same location, but I did not find a marker for her there. Let me know if you would like me to upload a photo of the overall plot to her memorial.

Joe Canner

Added by Candeux on Feb 23, 2014 7:00 AM

Dee E
Winifred Fletcher
Hi Lynda,
I transferred Winifred to you. I'm happy to make links & additions but if she's your family, she should be in your care! Dee

Added by Dee E on Feb 16, 2014 6:01 PM

Shawn McGreevy
Hi Lynda,

I found this record in the old St. Michael's Cemetery records in Frostburg and thought it might be one of your peeps:

Alice Hoblitzel. Died 6 February 1882, Frostburg, aged 5 years, the daughter Of Charles W. Hoblitzel and his wife Mary Hoblitzel. She was buried on 7 February 1882 in old St. Michael's Cemetery. V. F. Schmitt. Grave free.

Added by Shawn McGreevy on Jan 29, 2014 5:32 PM

Rob F
RE: Ethel Eadie
Hi, Lynda. Edward Jr. wasn't hidden, I just couldn't get a good picture of it in morning light. I went back this afternoon, and it was still difficult to get a good exposure, but it's legible. I assume Jennie Mae was his first wife? It was the same story with Edward Jr's father 1851 - 1923. I'll put the picture up on his memorial tonight.

Added by Rob F on Dec 07, 2013 5:19 PM

Sheri Nozawa
RE: Faunce/Knight headstones
You're quite welcome! I too have family in this cemetery, the Nunn family. The car told me it was -11 degrees in oak grove today. About a mile outside of the cemetery it said 24. I've seen this before in other cemeteries, still creepy! Glad I could help!

Added by Sheri Nozawa on Dec 06, 2013 7:42 PM

RE: Ulrich photo at Mt. Vernon
Thank you very much for the photos--they are great! I have posted one to Kathryn's memorial.

Added by HJ on Nov 03, 2013 4:42 PM

Shawn McGreevy
Hoblitzell St. Patrick's Cumberland
I saw your request for Hoblitzell tombstones in St. Patrick's. I do not have photos for those particular ones but I do have a beautiful photo for W. T. Hoblitzell which I will post for you. I took it a few summers ago on a beautiful day with puffy clouds. I do not have any connection to the family. I just thought it was a beautiful stone.

Added by Shawn McGreevy on Mar 10, 2013 11:45 AM

Linda Pack Clemmons
Sarah Jesse Henry
The Shelby County Cemetery book does not list Sarah Henry as being buried in Beech Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. M. L. Henry is buried there and has a stone which was reset and restored about 2 years ago. The survey for the book was done in 1978 and all of the stones found at that time are listed in the book. When the cemetery was restored two years ago we did find some additional burials but Sarah was not one of them. Do you have any indication if she was buried there and where it might have been?

Added by Linda Pack Clemmons on Oct 14, 2012 9:58 PM

RE: Knight headstone
Yes there was an Emma Jane buried to the right of his marker.

Added by Linda on Sep 27, 2012 4:58 PM

Potter Druid Ridge
I have Caroline. While I was there I also photographed the following in the same plot:
same stone~Dorsey Read Potter with May Wheat Potter
same stone~ Florence Allen POtter with May Wheat
William Samuel POtter son of Col Zabdiel Potter of Caroline Co Maryland
Marian Legare Potter
W. M. Knight Potter
Nana Dorsey Taylor
If you are interested in these folks please create memorials, let me know when you have done so and I will upload the pix! hope I have captured new info for you

Added by Michelle on Sep 20, 2011 2:30 PM

Loretta Castaldi
RE: Isaac Reeves
Hi Lynda,

Isaac Stockton Keith Reeves (1903 - 1941) is located in Section 2, however when he was buried it was known as Section East. Arlington Cemetery changed their numbering system in the late 1940s or early 1950s so that Sec: East became Sec: 2. Unfortunately, the Veteran's online database which I believe is the source that John Anderson used to download his data, didn't update their records when Arlington changed their numbering system. Consequently, today, if you search the online data base, you'll find instances where two people are buried under the same tombstone, but one of them is "buried" in Sec: East because they died in 1945 and the other is "buried" in Sec: 2 because they died in 1960.

All current maps and signage at Arlington Cemetery references only Sec: 2. This causes a great deal of confusion because people who are searching for a grave won't find any reference to a Sec: East. If they don't know that Sec: East is now Sect 2, they won't ever find the grave that they're looking for.

I've read that Arlington Cemetery is working on updating their records and will ultimately make their updated records available online. But that could take years.


Added by Loretta Castaldi on Sep 12, 2011 3:16 PM

Ron Roberson
RE: Mary Upton
Well the cemetery office card catalog only gave the information I sent you: both of them were "Mary F. Upton"; one died Nov 19, 1926, at the age of 70 and the other died Sept 19, 1902, at the age of 23. I could send you the pictures if you like. In any case, no other Mary Uptons are listed there.

Added by Ron Roberson on Sep 10, 2011 10:26 AM

Ron Roberson
Mary Upton
This morning I went to Glenwood cemetery here in Washington, DC, to take the picture of Mary Upton's grave (d. 1916) that you requested. According to cemetery records, there are two Mary Uptons buried there, but neither of them is an exact match. One died on November 19, 1926, at the age of 70. The other died on September 19, 1902, at the age of 23. I took pictures of both graves, but I haven't posted either of them because the dates aren't right. I also looked for Jacob Upton's grave (d. 1903) but was unable to find it. I suspect that it is now unmarked.

Added by Ron Roberson on Sep 10, 2011 9:55 AM


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