|Sheron Smith-Savage||Samuel Gregg|
Thanks for the info about Samuel Gregg's Civil War service. I've also added a bio for him.
Added by Sheron Smith-Savage on Nov 27, 2012 6:55 PM
|Penny||RE: Wil and Brandy Cem - request photos|
It may take me some time but I'll see what I can find. I can also check out Ella Noblit for you. West Laurel Hill is also an easy trip.
Added by Penny on Nov 27, 2012 11:19 AM
|I'm just a Bill||William Reilly|
I also photographed his wife, son, and 3 daughters. If you like, I can transfer them to you.
Added by I'm just a Bill on Nov 17, 2012 11:49 AM
|Glenda Barry||Mary Reasoner|
Joseph is listed also in this cemetery, I believe there are 3 or 4 Josephs buried here. But I linked Mary to Joseph. I didn't take the photo provided, that was taken by my friend, Jen. The Reasoners are not in my family, I would be happy to transfer them to you if you wish. I have added lots of Reasoner memorials to that cemetery, I can transfer any or all. Let me know at your convenience. Have a good evening!
PS: Joseph was born 11/4/1795 and died 1/27/1888.
Added by Glenda Barry on Nov 12, 2012 5:51 PM
|Robin (Cottingham) Townsend-Fife||A. Harry Sprowls West Finley Cem.|
I have deleted my memorial. I appologize. I did not know that A. Harry was the same as A. H. Sprowls. However, if you will look farther down on the monument you will find A. Harry Sprowls, he was the son of John & Mary Ann and that is what I was going by. The photo was taken in Sept. 1990 when I was there but not entered until 2011. (when I remembered I had them in another book). The monument may be for John but it lists all his children buried in that cemetery plot, as well as his wife. The plot is big enough for the 10-12 names listed. Since I have deleted mine, please link your Alexander Harry Sprowls to his parents John #68196598 & Mary Ann # 68196737. Robin Fife
Added by Robin (Cottingham) Townse... on Nov 12, 2012 10:36 AM
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Laura & Daniel Willis. The photo turned out very nice!
Added by SilverRose on Nov 03, 2012 5:40 PM
|Bekah Mellinger||RE: Hugh Given, Salt Creek Cemetery, Rix Mills, OH|
Thank you so much Chris!!! And I appreciate your tip about member id. By the way, what info do you have on Hugh Sr., and why Hugh Jr. was buried in Ohio but the rest of the family in PA?
Added by Bekah Mellinger on Nov 03, 2012 9:22 AM
|Bekah Mellinger||Hugh Given, Salt Creek Cemetery, Rix Mills, OH|
If Hugh Given 1864-1917 is not related to you, I would like to have his info and tombstone transferred to me. His daughter, Frances Louise Given Harrison, is my great-aunt. She married Arthur McCredie Harrison 1902-1983. Check Monongahela Cemetery, North Braddock, PA for Givens and Harrisons.
Added by Bekah Mellinger on Nov 03, 2012 7:10 AM
|Jeffrey Thomas-Ledesma||RE: Thanks|
Thanks so much! I will link them all up! Thanks for such a great job
Added by Jeffrey Thomas-Ledesma on Aug 15, 2012 4:30 PM
Thanks so much for the photo for Ola Waldrop! I truly appreciate it.
Added by Jeffrey Thomas-Ledesma on Aug 15, 2012 3:57 PM
|Russ Pickett||RE: Corp Caleb B Sheward|
Hi Chris, Nope ... not related in anyway. I work on historical info for soldier's and just came across the name and saw other Sheward's were interred in DE. Thought maybe you might have heard of him. My webpage for Delaware CW Soldier's that I'm working on is located at:
Have a great day!
Added by Russ Pickett on Aug 01, 2012 4:06 AM
|Russ Pickett||Corp Caleb B Sheward|
Hi Chris, Saw that you added some "Sheward" family to find a grave in Delaware. Wondered if you were family and knew about the above family member.
Added by Russ Pickett on Jul 31, 2012 5:29 AM
|Mike Keller||RE: Elizabethtown cemetery|
It is in the north west corner of Delaware county, between Mathews and Muncie.
Added by Mike Keller on Mar 07, 2012 3:34 AM
This is in the country just north of Muncie in Delaware county. East of Mathews and south west of Hartford city. At one time it was a settlement along this brook. I am guessing Farming, trapping, and hunting was the main things. If you have google earth you can punch in these numbers 40 degrees 22' 36.66"N 85 degrees 27' 02.22" W
Added by Mike Keller on Oct 22, 2011 7:29 AM
|Mike Keller||Elizabethtown cemetery|
You can not believe how many Reasoners that are buried in this cemetery. If you ever get a chance to come. Go see it. It dates back to the earliest burials there. I must of counted 4-5 generations. From the time you walk in, they have the first row. Then around to another part. Marshel,Reasoners,and Atkinson are the majority of the earliest settlers in the area.
Added by Mike Keller on Oct 22, 2011 5:06 AM
|SteveDM||RE: Thank you|
You are very welcome I'm glad I could be of some help.
Added by SteveDM on Sep 09, 2011 4:10 PM
|Kimberly ||RE: You are a saint.|
Well, this is a first. Never been called a saint before! From your mouth........ You are very welcome for the Simmons photos. Hopefully, I can get Chandlers for you.
Added by Kimberly on Sep 09, 2011 10:33 AM
|Martin Weybright||James Wilson @ St. Mark's Armagh|
My father was baptized at St. Mark's in 1889 and I visited there in 1989 on what would have been his 100th birthday and took a few pictures of the church, cemetery and my father's birthplace which is visible from the cemetery, but not of headstones. I did add his name because it was shown on the photo in other memorials. He is no kin to me. I'll be glad to transfer him to you if you like. The priest at the Episcopal Church I belong to went to East Carolina. Best wishes.
Added by Martin Weybright on Aug 06, 2011 6:00 PM
|Kathleen Miller||RE: Old contact -- Chris Burns|
Sorry I didn't reply sooner, guess I got side tracked. I think maybe it was another person w/my name, I only recently started looking into my husband's side - where the Reasoner family come in.
Being so far away from these cemeteries, I am very reliant on the kindness of people who take the time to photograph the headstones. I look forward to seeing any of the Reasoner family in the future. Good luck with your research.
Added by Kathleen Miller on Jul 20, 2011 7:34 PM
|Tom B Stone||RE: Thank you|
You are welcome. Sorry the second photo is not good quality, but the stone is in bad shape.
Added by Tom B Stone on Jul 19, 2011 12:21 PM
Transfer request - a fifth grandfather is out of mandatory guidelines, but I will add any links and bio info you would like to send. Don't forget you can make a virtual cemetery to keep your distant relatives together.
Added by Kat on Jun 30, 2011 7:58 AM
|Teddy||James S. Oakley|
Thank you very much for the quick response to my photo request of James S. Oakley.
Added by Teddy on Jun 04, 2011 1:38 PM
It was my pleasure. The least I could do for you and for Joe! He was a nice guy and we were all shocked by his death.
Added by Laurie Knight on Jun 03, 2011 11:13 AM
|Kimberly ||Ann Gregg - Old Swedes|
Hello - I rec'd. your photo request. I have taken a photo of every readable stone in this cemetery and I am almost done posting to the Find A Grave site. I looked through those I haven't added yet and didn't see a stone for Ann. Chances are it's one of the unreadable ones - especially since she died in 1816. However, if you call 302-652-5629 you might be able to find out exactly where she is buried. This is going to have to be exact as there are so many old, old stones and it's a large cemetery. Hope this helps. Kimberly
Added by Kimberly on Jun 01, 2011 5:41 AM
|Ms. Clyde||Richard DeCosta|
Thanks so much for the fotos on you provided. It really makes the memorial look nice.
Added by Ms. Clyde on Jan 28, 2011 8:11 AM