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E. Jensen (#47123755)
 member for 7 years, 28 days
sue walters
Alyce Osborn Lillywhite
Mr. Jensen, Alyce Osborn Lillywhite is my maternal grandmother. She lived most of her life after 1945 in California. There she died and is buried, not beside her 'exstranged' husband, James E. Lillywhite, who did die and is buried at Mt. Olivet, Salt Lake City. He
was my maternal grandfather. I personally knew them both. Susan Henson Walters

Added by sue walters on Jan 14, 2015 12:57 PM

RE: Wight Family
Hello, Sorry It has taken me awhile to get back to you. I was reading some of my papers that I have for this side of my family to see if you and I have the same info. It seems as tho you and I have the same names.

From Barbara Aka Sam

Added by Pebbles on Oct 25, 2013 6:12 AM

RE: Wight Family
Thank you for getting back to me. Levi Wight Sr. is my 6th great grandfather. Huldah ( Wight ) Gleason is my 5th great grandmother. I guess that makes you and I cousins. :) Nice to meet you.

From Barbara Aka Sam

Added by Pebbles on Oct 15, 2013 12:19 PM

Wight Family

I see that you have a memorial for a Levi Sr. does he have a daughter named Huldah? She would have been born on, 16 Nov 1750 in Killingly Conn. Thank you.

From Barbara Aka Sam

Added by Pebbles on Oct 15, 2013 5:18 AM

Asa Walters
Hi E,

I have linked as many children as I can to Asa for future requests please go through each child's memorial as the parental links must be linked on their side. I don't maintain the memorial for Mary J Speirs 27339355 so you will need to contact that member to link them up. Also to add their places of birth and death please go through each separate memorial that is the only way I will be able to update them.

Thank you

Added by Anne on Sep 11, 2013 6:05 PM

Elizabeth Davis
Wight additions
I've been glad to piece together the Wight family hoping to uncover snips of info about their friends the Cudworth family. I've been to Bates Cemetery twice and Hewitt Cemetery once and have lots more luck with them than my direct lines. p.s. I added the locations for you too. ;-)

Added by Elizabeth Davis on May 06, 2013 7:26 PM

Ron Cole
Jesse Nicholas
Thanks for the info, links have been made

Added by Ron Cole on Jun 15, 2012 9:16 AM

My name is LuAnna. I claimed the request for Irving Christensen. I just wanted you to know that I also took Carrie's while I was there and I have more photos and plot location, so if you will email me I can send you those pictures and information. I hope this helps you and your spouse. My email is
Have a blessed weekend.
Best Regards,

Added by LuAnna on Jun 08, 2012 10:34 PM

Jim Tipton
RE: Duplications
People can't take someone else's photo and repost it. If you know of a case where that is happening, please send me a link.

As for rude people, we can't control that. But I recommend you do the same thing I do when you encounter a rude person: ignore them.


Added by Jim Tipton on Jun 08, 2012 2:59 PM

Jim Tipton
RE: Duplications

There is a limit to how many photos can be posted (I think it is currently five). Up until that point, any contributor is welcome to add photos to a memorial, so long as they are appropriate (photos of the person, their marker, etc.).


Added by Jim Tipton on Jun 06, 2012 3:56 PM

Gerald R. Bolan
RE: Richard Craig Hoffman
Hi again
I never had the pleasure of meeting Tammy but the Hoffmans are very nice people. I am going to delete my memorial for Craig out of respect for your friendship with Craig and his family and you published yours first. Take care

Added by Gerald R. Bolan on Jun 04, 2012 11:42 PM

Gerald R. Bolan
RE: Richard Craig Hoffman
I didn't know you had made a memorial for Craig at the time I made one. I suppose I could delete it but I only make memorials for friends or family.
Do you know or are you related to Craig?

I lived in Kemmerer Wyoming for 32 years and I went to school with Craig for a couple of years before he went back to school in Utah. I worked with Craigs dad, Dick Hoffman for 20 years at the Kemmerer Coke plant. I also worked with Craigs grandpa, Ken Hoffman for about 15 years. I worked with Craigs brother, Kelly for a couple years and my wife is friends with Craigs sister Lisa. So it was a personal reason I made the memorial, not just to do it.

So if you can explain you reasons for wanting me to delete mine I may concider it.


Added by Gerald R. Bolan on Jun 03, 2012 9:36 PM

Sharon Butikofer
RE: Ellen Butler
I could not find a way to edit the original entry by The Tombstone Lady who first created the entry. You will notice the history I entered, however, has "Ellen Close Butler". Perhaps The Tombstone Lady would be able change to name for you.


Added by Sharon Butikofer on Mar 30, 2012 6:24 PM

Ellen Allmendinger
I also forwarded Allsop to you...if you have any others that I entered please let me know - would love to get them to the right places!


Added by Ellen Allmendinger on Mar 29, 2012 9:10 AM

Ellen Allmendinger
Ruth Keller
Hello -

I have transferred Ruth Keller to you! So glad you have more info on her!

Ellen Allmendinger

Added by Ellen Allmendinger on Mar 29, 2012 9:08 AM

RE: Ida Pauline Nicholas
I need Ida's Memorial page number in order to link her Parents... also, if you would like, I can transfer over her Memorial page to you, if you will give me your Membership number. Let me know, and I will gladly help.

Added by dkb on Mar 21, 2012 4:41 AM

Glenna Hard
RE: Mary Ann Nicholas
Thanks. Links are there now.

Added by Glenna Hard on Mar 20, 2012 10:32 PM

Glenna Hard
RE: Mary Ann Nicholas
Elaine, I have linked Mary Ann and her father. However, the number you sent for her mother brought up another name. Could you please double check and reply? Thanks.


Added by Glenna Hard on Mar 20, 2012 9:11 PM

Jaelynne Hathaway
George & Hannah Cook headstone
I am related to this family. You have put both a picture of the family and one of the headstone on this site. I am wondering how you are related as I have other information I would be willing to share.

Added by Jaelynne Hathaway on Mar 20, 2012 7:54 PM

Thanks for the links on Sarah Nicholas Arbon - you did send me the wrong # on her mother, however...also, not using the last name of Arbon, took me a bit to find her. (Using the edit tab makes it so much easier to get right to them.)

By the way, I am not related to her, do you wish a transfer so you can add history? - I see you do a very nice job on that. Let me know..just leave your member number on the edit feature of any you might want & I'll send them on to you, if not related.
Cheers, Shirleen

Added by history4sure on Mar 20, 2012 3:28 PM

L Pritchett
RE: Betty Hatch
Dear Elaine,

Thank you so much for noticing and especially making time to respond to my query.

Yes! Elizabeth Hatch who married James Cudworth is my Betty, too. I have his parents as General James Cudworth and wife Mary Howland.

Do you participate in I am active there and if you are too, it may be an easy way for us to trade our common family histories.

I look forward to hearing further from you.


Added by L Pritchett on Feb 14, 2012 9:30 AM

Elizabeth Davis
RE: Abigail Cudworth Wight
Thanks for the information; I'm going to find some documentation for her burial in Utah and change the burial info for sure! As far as her birth in Centerville, that's impossible because no one lived there at the time. She had to have been born in Oppenheim, NY unless she was born somewhere in NY between Massachusetts and Oppenheim. The earliest I can document her father in New York is the 1800 census of Palatine (later Oppenheim). Do you happen to have any proof of her burial in Box Elder?

Added by Elizabeth Davis on Feb 13, 2012 10:14 AM

Diane Gravlee
RE: Jabez Corbin
Thanks. They are also my direct ancestors as well. I will check my sources and see where I went wrong with the wives. Diane

Added by Diane Gravlee on Feb 12, 2012 6:23 PM

Susan McKinney Raymond
RE: Alfreda Nebeker
Would you like me to transfer her to you? 76799936

Added by Susan McKinney Raymond on Jan 06, 2012 12:00 PM

Cook Infants
Elaine - I have transferred the daughters of Hannah Burrows and Geo. Cook to your care. I linked them both first, so when you delete the duplicates, it will still leave the girls linked to parents.

There were no burials at the Precinct Cemetery prior to 1869 (note that Rosetta died 1866; you had 1869, probably a typo)

Are the infant's names on that pillar stone? I had thought they were...if so, it would be well to add to the parents' bios that the inscriptions are cenotaphs in memory of the babies buried in the Pioneer Cemetery, so that others know they are not in the Precinct Cemetery, where the stone is. (If no inscription, you can now change that info on the ones I transferred to you.)
~ Thanks, Shirleen

Added by history4sure on Dec 24, 2011 9:18 PM


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