|silkberry||RE: Annie Virginia Craven|
Great minds think alike! I am pouring over Pippenger's book as we speak!
Thanks so much for your help! The 2 Memorials have been transferred to me and I am adding more info to both.
Added by silkberry on May 22, 2016 6:15 PM
|silkberry||Annie Virginia Craven|
Thanks for your response. You might also want to delete Memorial #116107361 Craven Bacigalupo
as the other person had also created a Memorial page for her husband.
Added by silkberry on May 22, 2016 4:39 PM
|silkberry||Anna Virginia Bacigalupo|
There appears a duplication of this person. I have sent you several edits to reflect name, spouse, and I will include dates here. Also notified other Memorial page creator/owner of the duplication.
Anna Virginia Bacigalupo Craven
12 Mar 1894 Georgia
11 Mar 1955 Alexandria, Virginia
Married to Ernest Crafton Craven (Find A Grave#103024747)
Photos posted on other Memorial page.
Added by silkberry on May 22, 2016 12:46 PM
|Don Henderson||Hodgson couple|
Thanks for your kind post. I see that Edward's date of birth now matches his headstone: 1881. Matilda's still shows tens years later than on headstone. If she had been born in 1895, and then she would have been 10 years old when she had her son John. Maybe you are still gathering details tho...??
Added by Don Henderson on May 17, 2016 6:13 PM
I will be happy to decorate for Unknowns, as time permits. Thank you for all your work on their behalf.
Added by Glenda Barry on May 15, 2016 9:24 PM
|Glenda Barry||RE: Cameron and Anna McCullough|
No, I'm not related, I just stumbled across them while doing some other edits.
Take care and have a wonderful week!
Added by Glenda Barry on May 15, 2016 9:16 PM
|Jim Stevens||RE: Robert Wilson|
Dear Mrs Bee,
Concerning Robert Wilson (1663-1717), I got most of my information from this web page:
Which itself refers to the manuscript collection of the NEHGR Library for the Writings of Kenneth C Stevens and then some personal correspondence with him to confirm the Wilson line.
If you have any other questions I will be happy to look more deeply. Thank you for creating this memorial. Robert is an ancestor of my wife and I am trying to link all of her ancestors on FindAGrave.
Added by Jim Stevens on May 01, 2016 10:09 PM
|Kathy Jennings Brown||RE: Makhsikei Hadas edits|
You're welcome! Thank you for the work you've done on the cemetery.
Added by Kathy Jennings Brown on Apr 06, 2016 8:54 AM
|C Zimmerman||Emily Maverick Stoutenburgh Entwisle|
Thank you for the information about Emily's death. It makes sense that she died in DC because in 1910 she was living there with the Pickens (her daughter). I'll be happy to change the location. I must have been operating on the assumption that she died in Alexandria because that's where she was buried. I researched this back in the 1990's and really need to do some follow-up on it with information that is now available.
The death information I have is from the following:
Family History Library Film #0030166 "Episcopal Church Record, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Alexandria, VA Register 1833-1933" gave burial date as 3 Feb 1915. I have in my files that it also showed a death date of 1 Feb 1915. (This would fall in line with the it being in the Washington Post on the 2nd & 3rd of Feb.)
Alexandria Gazette, 31 Dec 1915 p2 had a death date of 11 Feb 1915 ( I figured this was a typo and meant to be 1 Feb 1915).
I also have a note that FHL Film #849494 "Fairfax Co., Virginia, Cemeteries 1800-1904" by Mrs. Carrie White Avery shows her buried at Ivy Hill not St. Paul's. I don't believe this information to be correct. I'll check back in my files which are in storage at the moment on this discrepancy before I do any changing as to location.
Added by C Zimmerman on Mar 17, 2016 7:21 PM
|E49||Brasse, Madgie - 6732 4305 - St Pauls Cem, Alexandria, VA|
Dear Mrs Bee,
We are truly kindred spirits when it comes to Linking children with their parents. :-)
Thank you for all your F-A-G efforts.
Added by E49 on Mar 16, 2016 1:10 PM
|Midge Frazel||John Holmes|
Yes, You have permission to use John Holmes gravestone photographed by me for your DAR application. If you would like to have it by email, mine is firstname.lastname@example.org.
My family is buried nearby.
Added by Midge Frazel on Mar 06, 2016 9:35 AM
|Linda Peloquin||RE: George Humphry, Jr|
Thank you for thinking of me & sending along the transcription of the headstone.
As you can see from the photo, the inscription as photo'ed is nearly illegible so I requested a new photo hoping that who ever does eventually take it has a flashlight they can shine up, or down if they have an extra pair of hands along w/them, across the face of the stone to create some shadowing so the inscription can be read. Or maybe the volunteer will be in the cemetery when the sun's around & making the inscription legible.
I find those tombstone inscription books invaluable. The earlier the book, the better in some instances.
The cemetery in NJ where my 5th great grandparents is an example of how useful those books are. A fire in 1937 destroyed all the records inc burial records. Efforts to fight the fire also resulted in som stones being damaged or gone who knows where. And now, many of the older 1700's and even 1800's when they're marble stones are illegible.
Fortunately, at the turn of the century 2 separate people went out into the cemetery 1906 & then in 1931 just a few years before the fire, and recorded the headstones. So even if the grave now has no stone or the inscription is too weathered & eroded to be read, there are records for many of them that weren't in such bad shape back in 1906 & 1931.
I've found where George died so I should probably enter my own edit since the memorial creator will be adding yours & can do mine at the same time.
Thanks for the inscription transcription.
Added by Linda Peloquin on Feb 25, 2016 10:14 AM
|AlPol||RE: Harriet Prettyman|
Her mother has two memorials (i.e., one is a duplicate), one assigned to one cem. and the other to an adjoining cem. I think it is this way: your memorial was created later, but it may be assigned to its proper cemetery. The other memorial was created earlier but they might not have realized that they had crossed a cemetery boundary. Her mother is either:
Find A Grave Memorial# 67841714 (yours of 2011)
in St. Paul's Cem. with plot
Find A Grave Memorial# 27565185 (CryptoGram, 2008)
in the Methodist Protestant Cem. w/o plot
Added by AlPol on Feb 21, 2016 1:53 PM
|Mike Spillars||RE: Schlichting edits|
No problem, I am going to link all the kids, so the family is back together.
Added by Mike Spillars on Feb 21, 2016 9:25 AM
|Peter F M||Charlotte M. B. Shepherd|
Sorry - a minor correction on the brief account of Cousin Charlotte Taylor I just submitted. Her father was Lt. John Sinclair Blackburn, C.S.A. I momentarily confused him and his son Dr. Richard S. Blackburn. Thanks!
Added by Peter F M on Feb 12, 2016 11:19 AM
|Peter F M||Shepherd memorials|
Thanks for YOUR hard work. Charlotte Moncure Blackburn Shepherd was the daughter of Susan Beverly Taylor Blackburn, and many of her immediate family members are buried at Monticello, as she was a GG granddaughter of Mr. Jefferson.
Added by Peter F M on Feb 10, 2016 1:12 PM
thanks for your kind words. I love doing it!
Added by LindaCh5 on Feb 10, 2016 8:45 AM
|Brenda Deibold Roberson||RE: Hawk memorials|
Thank you. I do care. The Hawks are members of my family tree on Ancestry. Even though I never met them, their lives and dates of their time on Earth matters to me. They deserve this respect. I appreciate you taking care of this for me.
Brenda Deibold Roberson
Added by Brenda Deibold Roberson on Jan 26, 2016 5:53 PM
Thank you and bless you.
Added by Janet on Jan 19, 2016 11:32 PM
|Jim||RE: Lula Mclean|
Dear Mrs Bee,
Thanks for the quick reply. It would be nice to know what happened to the girl with the famous rag doll that the Yankees took!! I suppose there must be a death cert somewhere.
Added by Jim on Jan 07, 2016 2:16 AM
I might have asked this before but is it known of what Lula Mclean died from. I see by her headstone she would have only been 29.
Added by Jim on Jan 05, 2016 9:45 AM
|Larry Massey||RE: Edith Moncure|
Please refer to pages 17 & 18 of "Colonial Families of the Southern States of America..." by Stella Pickett Hardy...
"Catherine Cary (b 11/15/1800 d Nov 1850), married May 1824 Henry Wood Moncure of Richmond, VA (b 7/12/1800 d 11/15/1866); son of William and Sarah Elizabeth (Henry) Moncure of Windsor Forest, Stafford Co, VA. Issue:
6 — 13. John Jacquelin Ambler, M. D., C. S. A., b. 1843 ; m. 1877, Mary Edith Fairfax, dau. of Dr. Orlando and Mary Ran dolph (Cary) Fairfax, and had issue: 1. Rosamond Cary, b. 1882; 2. Orlando, b. 1883; d. in infancy; 3. Randolph, b. 1886. (See Cary lineage.)"
Note - this is excerpted from the above material from the section addressing the Ambler Family. The Google books page reference is: xxxviii/704
If you'd like to look at my Ancestry.Com page for additional documentation, please feel free...
While I do not have definitive proof that this, I believe that the information that I do have is reasonably convincing.
Added by Larry Massey on Dec 18, 2015 4:56 PM
|John G. Hall||Memorial# 270389|
Presently I'm working on a USCT Facebook Page & would like to include your photos. You'll be given FULL credit. Here's the link:
Added by John G. Hall on Nov 15, 2015 12:48 PM
|Lisa Green||Mem# 67500802 & 67489786|
Both of these say Kate Hall with same birth and death date. Not sure how this all works as I am beginning my ancestry search with my mother.
This lady was my Great grandmother and my mothers Grand mother on her dad's side. She was born 10 March 1878 and died 7 Jan 1932.by all our research and death certificates.
Added by Lisa Green on Nov 08, 2015 2:13 PM
|Mike Greatorex||Elizabeth Hodgson 1800-1868|
Mrs Bee, hello from the other side of the Pond. Am building a Family tree for a friend who family originated from County Durham, England. The families name is Gardiner/Gardener. Re your memorial for Elizabeth Hodgson and family on this site, I believe I have found her family which ties in with what u have. So Elizabeth Gardiner was born 11th May 1800 and baptised on the 29th June 1800 at St Johns Chapel, Co Durham. Her parents were James and Ann Gardiner (formerly Hodgson). As you say the family is present on the 1851 English Census with Ann Gardiner recorded as "Mother". In my experience its not unusual for the Mother in Law to be recorded as Mother. If you have access to Ancestry.com or Ancestry.co.uk you can find my Gardiner Family Tree in "Public Family Trees" under my user name of GTX958. The baptism and birth records come from Parish Records. You can contact me on my direct email of email@example.com
Regards, Mike Greatorex, Harrogate, England.
Added by Mike Greatorex on Oct 30, 2015 3:47 AM