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Kimberly Johnson (#47101691)
 member for 7 years, 11 months, 1 day
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Yvonne 19999
Edgar Hatfield
Hello,
Uncle Ed is my father's brother. Who are you searching for? My father was Charles Owen Hatfield.

Yvonne (Hatfield) Valentine

Added by Yvonne 19999 on Jan 19, 2014 9:24 PM

Reverend Larry
RE: Gilpins mem# 37666302
Kimberly
I have had so very much success in finding my family with Find a Grave, that I do what I can with the local cemeteries. My small way to pay back for what others have done. Currently working on Floral Hills, GAR and Evergreen. Who is Marshall's parents. I would love to link the family and if you get pictures, would love to see them also posted.
Many Blessings!
Rev. Larry

Added by Reverend Larry on Nov 29, 2013 9:32 PM

Rich Gilpin
RE: Gilpin's in Snohomish
Hi Kimberly,
Yes, Marshall and Wilson were my uncles. I have photos of both. I will try to get scanned and to you sometime this next week.
Hope your Thanksgiving was Good!
Yours,
Rich Gilpin

Added by Rich Gilpin on Nov 29, 2013 6:39 PM

Thom Painter
RE: Alexander Pantages
I have no additional information. I've seen mention of others, but I did no research on them while creating this bio. Thom

Added by Thom Painter on Nov 07, 2013 4:08 PM

Whitfield
Montgomery Photos
Sure thing. Happy to help.
You are kind to help your friend with her search. Happy searching!

Added by Whitfield on Oct 26, 2013 3:01 PM

Cheryl
RE: Please contact me
Hi Kimberly, I'm sorry, but my fathers name was Leonard Walter and his mom and dad were Chris and Boletta Hanson. Lots of similar names but not the right ones. So sorry...Cheryl

Added by Cheryl on Oct 19, 2013 6:26 PM

Mountain Traveler
Nathaniel Haworth
Good News! I found Nathaniel today. He is not buried next to his wife, but actually quite a distance in between. I was so glad to find him for you. I am adding 2 pictures, but also have a chalked photo if you'd like.

Added by Mountain Traveler on Sep 07, 2013 4:11 PM

Mountain Traveler
Nathaniel Hawyorth
I was at the Ebenezer Cemetery in Greene Co., TN today and was able to find Lydia Haworth, but did no find Nathaniel. I hope to return and do the entire cemetery since it is small and perhaps I will find him. There were 2 markers close to Lydia that were illegible.

Added by Mountain Traveler on Aug 18, 2013 6:38 PM

Piper
Rose Newman Prendergast Tallmadge
Rose Tallmadge obituary is on her memorial site but thank you.
Now, I do not have her husbands obituary, Kenneth Tallmadge.
Don't work so hard, you will wear yourself out.
Carolyn (piper)

Added by Piper on Aug 13, 2013 8:24 PM

Tami
Roy Bragg
Please send info so I can update the memorial. I cant add my pics now due to the documents. I will add the docs in the bio sections. Thanks!

Added by Tami on Mar 04, 2013 9:18 PM

Tami
BRAGG, ROY in Evergreen (everett)
Hey there-

Not sure if you are related to him but I wouldnt worry about the possible other post from another. I dont think Roy is related and now there is no other way to reply to other lines.

Please email me if interested in any answers as I may have some.

Thanks! (I am not a relative either)

Tami

Added by Tami on Feb 28, 2013 12:03 AM

Doug Harsany
RE: Clara Neuharth
Thanks for the email. I'd love to see what you have. Please feel free to contact me at harsany52@gmail.com.

Added by Doug Harsany on Feb 11, 2013 4:38 PM

Lorelei Cotter Goshorn
Montie Haworth/ Steve Cotter
What a wonderful letter. Thank-you. Steve is doing well and has recovered some of our grandpas pictures. We were so lucky. Lori

Added by Lorelei Cotter Goshorn on Jan 24, 2013 4:34 PM

kjvaughn
Hartman/Ireland
A notation in the Fairbury Cemetery book states:
"James Ireland was born Jan. 1836 in Kenneway, Fifeshire Scotland. Came to Penn. in 1842. TO Jefferson Co. 1869. Married Isabelle (Dick) 1861 in Ill. James was a charter member of the Fairbury Baptist church. He was sheriff of Co. 1888-1890. Isabelle died and he married Anna M. Hartman in 1889. Children are Lynn & John. Children by Isabelle were Lizzie, William, Kate, Jennie, Anna, David, James & Alice."

James, Isabelle & their infant are buried in section 4. M. Anna & James Hartman are buried in section 3.

Hope this helps.

Added by kjvaughn on Dec 29, 2012 6:45 PM

Daniel Evans
H W Holley
Hi Kimberly Thank you the info for Holley . I have the original paper clipping for H W and Mabels death. What a horrific way to die.Very sad. I'd be happy to email them to you if you would like Thank again
Dan

Added by Daniel Evans on Nov 07, 2012 5:56 PM

Stephen Kronberg
RE: Elizabeth Dunham!!!
I would be most happy to transfer these relatives' memorials to you, but please use the "edit" tab on each memorial to request the transfer, the resulting emails will contain the memorial number and your member number so we have a clean transfer.
Thank you, Stephen

Added by Stephen Kronberg on Nov 04, 2012 11:50 PM

Reverend Larry
Everett's Evergreen Cemetery
Kimberly
Thank you for the information. I've linked and added maiden name. The Holley's are not my family. I'm currently on the "Quest" to finish taking pictures of all of the headstones in Snohomish County. If you have family, let me know and if possible I'll transfer.
Many Blessings!
Rev. Larry

Added by Reverend Larry on Oct 30, 2012 11:43 AM

JD
RE: Martin Stark
Your quite welcome. There are a number of graves that the marker is no longer present but as I have time I probe for them and bring them back to where they can once again be seen. I do find that there are some sadly that have no marker, but at least we have a good approximation now of where those graves are and can eventually mark them also...

Added by JD on Aug 02, 2012 10:43 PM

JD
Martin Stark
Hi,
If you or Martins family are interested, Grave Concerns is working at placing new markers for those interred in Western State Cemetery at a very reasonable donation. The link to there site for more information is http://www.wshgraveconcerns.org

jd

Added by JD on Aug 02, 2012 12:12 AM

Mark Vernon
RE: Jacquemin's in Kent Cemetery
Hi Kimberly,

I am not related to the Jacquemin family, but I am working on the Hillcrest Cemetery in Kent. I have been trying to research all the pages I make on findagrave. At the Kent library I have the Kent newspapers on microfilm, so I have a good opportunity to link family members together on this database.

Please feel free to contribute any information you would like to see. I would be delighted to add any photos of this family.

Also, let me know if you would like any transfers, as this is your family.

Great to hear from you!

-Mark

Added by Mark Vernon on Jul 28, 2012 3:39 PM

sherjstone
DHankins DC
Thanks for the document. I've recently started using the WA vital records website, but hadn't noticed the document was online. It helped me figure out another way to use the website!

Thanks, Sherrill

Added by sherjstone on Jul 23, 2012 11:39 AM

Merrily Lawson
RE: Gladys Bry
No - I'm not related. I've updated a few of the area cemeteries with burials done after 1980 and Enterprise is my latest project and is not yet complete. -- Merrily

Added by Merrily Lawson on Apr 17, 2012 11:01 AM

amanda clay
charles moore
charles moore is my great great grandpal passed away in 1971 he married alta elizabeth galloway moore she was born in august 1896 and passed away in 1970 they had kids together carrie juanita moore braun she died at age 23 she has 2 girls marlena braun i 4get the other sister name they use face book allmost all of us do in the family.gladys irene moore,she passed away in 2002. margie moore rainy passed away in 2003, sybill moore braun she passed away in 1996 she has 2 kids charles braun i for get the sisters name, earl moore not sure when he passed away, james moore,not sure on the year mary moore not sure cause i was really little kid when she passed away i can get more names for u i got a moore family cook book and its got more names in it i got pictures i can upload i will do it soon how was u related is it ok if i add u as a friend on here i know it would be distance relation maybe we r cousins. gladys got married to frank walton and they had 7 kids together charles walton he is no longer with us he had a wife named ginger and she couldnt have kids so they adopted a kid named chad walton he killed them and is still in prison. ronnie walton he still alive has a daughter.his wife had cancer and she passed away.linda walton cooke she is my mom she is alive and lives with me .vicki walton wingler,danny walton he is alive still,eddie walton, anita walton sutton they are my moms brothers and sisters we have alot or relation in orange county indiana and in salem indiana, palmyra pekin indiana does this help any thanks for reading this

linda walton cooke daughter
amanda cooke clay

Added by amanda clay on Jan 16, 2012 2:46 AM

Scott Braddy
Frankie Hull Dunham
Call Riverside Cemetery (303-293-2466)
if you haven't already. I am about 99.9% sure that you'll find she is buried there but in a differnt section perhaps than Edward who is with the veterans but she could be there and I may have overlooked her. Have them tell you the location and if the grave has a marker or not. many are unmarked or markers have been removed do to damage or vandelism. The cemetery though has great or should I say many records. Very old ones. Many graves there are still not recorded in findagrave. Let me know what you find out, ok? If you do not live nearby perhaps I can go take a picture for you when I get the chance and it has a marker. I would like to unite you all if you can't.

Added by Scott Braddy on Dec 28, 2011 9:57 PM

Scott Braddy
Edward Elijah Dunham
What? After all this work! Just kidding yes I'll transfer. This is why I do this. To connect you to your family. It makes me feel good that you feel good to find him and I can sense he probably thinks it's not to shabby either. I did a bio with your information but you may do as you wish with or with out it as he is your relative and I respect your wishes. Take care and let me know what you think or did and when you find his wife. I know you will as he may be helping us a bit.

Added by Scott Braddy on Dec 28, 2011 9:33 PM

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