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Neil Matheny (#47128675)
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PupDawg
RE: Paul W. Flanagan
Thank you for the information.

Added by PupDawg on Dec 02, 2014 1:26 PM

Heather Turner
Find A Grave Memorial# 50703324
Would greatly appreciate you transferring this memorial to me. This is my husband's grandfather. Many thanks!

Added by Heather Turner on Nov 23, 2014 7:21 PM

Hannah
RE: Pardi in Placerville
Just got home from work, if I haven't sent you auto edits on vitals I will. I am still working the rest of the family but am in hopes of finding the rest of the info, will send anything I find. I do have Lettie and Louis vitals written down.

Added by Hannah on Oct 03, 2014 4:57 PM

Marlene (Barham) Holt
Gwen Spencer
I just noticed that you had my cousin's wife on find-a-grave. Thank you.

Would you please also transfer her to me.


Marlene Holt
47869720

Added by Marlene (Barham) Holt on Apr 22, 2014 10:54 AM

Marlene (Barham) Holt
Phil Spencer
Thank you for putting my cousin's grave on find-a-grave. I would like to attach his parents and his siblings.

Could you please transfer him to me?

Thank you.

Marlene Holt
47869720

Added by Marlene (Barham) Holt on Apr 22, 2014 10:52 AM

Arizonagraver
RE: Mary M Fisher
Thanks Neil, no need for transfer not a direct relative just using in my tree thanks so much for the offer and happy hunting. Jim in Az.

Added by Arizonagraver on Mar 21, 2014 8:33 PM

Arizonagraver
Mary M Fisher
Greetings Neil, thanks for all your memorials was hoping to get permission to use headstone pic for Mary in my online tree thanks. jim

Added by Arizonagraver on Mar 21, 2014 12:28 PM

Piper
Margaret M Sturm Hebler
Thank you for taking photo of memorial site.
Carolyn (piper)

Added by Piper on Feb 10, 2014 5:38 PM

Genealogy Buff
George Wilbur Myers
Neil,
Thank you for taking the picture. It is very much appreciated.
Joan in SoCal

Added by Genealogy Buff on Nov 18, 2013 11:14 AM

Lori T
RE: Volunteer photo of George Myers
Yes, Neil. I'll unclaimed it. Thank you so much.

Added by Lori T on Nov 18, 2013 6:26 AM

hoodocobai
Charles Garroni
Do you know this man's family? I am looking for a Jane Garroni married to Reno DeGuara who died young, maybe in the 1970's or 80's.

Added by hoodocobai on Nov 05, 2013 12:46 PM

Couple of Gravers
RE: Duane and Mary Greavy
You are very welcome. It's an unfortunate situation, but they do have some pretty good information included on most of the pages. Their actual burial places are posted on the pages, but unless a person is aware of the situation, it may not be clear.

Added by Couple of Gravers on Jul 23, 2013 6:00 AM

Couple of Gravers
Duane and Mary Greavy
Hi Neal,

Decisions were made many years ago by the Rose Hill Remembers Committee that have created a messy situation today. The cemetery complex at Grundy Center actually consists of three separate cemeteries, Rose Hill, Sacred Heart, and Fairview. Because they were adjacent, and had no fences between them, the committee elected to place all of the pages that they created under the Rose Hill Cemetery listing, but made an entry in the plot section if they were in the Sacred Heart or Fairview Cemeteries. In fact, The following was copied and pasted from Duane's Rose Hill Cemetery page: Plot: Sacred Heart West, Row C, Sp 16

Since that time, others have created Find A Grave listings for the Sacred Heart and Fairview Cemeteries. Any pages that I create are placed in the correct cemetery, whether it's Rose Hill, Sacred Heart or Fairview. The boundaries between the cemeteries are clear to see when one is at the cemetery, even without fences, and as I photograph the markers, I make note of what cemetery they are in.

Unfortunately, you are not the first person to raise this question, and I'm sure that you won't be the last. To make matters worse, all of the Rose Hill Remembers Committee members have the same Find A Grave name, and some are no longer active. Here is a quote from one of the Rose Hill Remembers Committee members profile page to justify their decision.

"These three cemeteries are adjacent without fences or signs to keep them separate. While we've made notes to specify which cemetery each person lies in, we've placed everyone under the same general heading of Rose Hill Cemetery."

I hope that this helps to clear up some of the confusion regarding the cemeteries at Grundy Center.

Chuck

Added by Couple of Gravers on Jul 22, 2013 8:17 PM

Mary Courtright Pettitt
Agatha
And on her birthday, too. Wow!

Added by Mary Courtright Pettitt on Jul 15, 2013 10:16 AM

Mary Courtright Pettitt
St Patrick's Cemetery
Dear Neil,
Thanks so much for adding my mom's (Agatha Courtright) marker to her site. I was just getting on site to add the pic I took two weeks ago, to find you'd already done so. Lovely to see.
Mary Courtright Pettitt

Added by Mary Courtright Pettitt on Jul 15, 2013 9:43 AM

Travelingal
Darr
Cemetery added...thanks so much.

Added by Travelingal on Jun 11, 2013 2:33 PM

Dana
RE: Correction for Eva Atkins memorial
Corrected.

Would you like me to add the details you provided?

Would you like me to transfer ownership to you?

These are not my family. I just took the photos because I was there looking for others.

Dana

Added by Dana on Mar 26, 2013 7:27 PM

M. Richards
Re: ELLISON
I have eight children for William Jasper Ellison and Mary Jane Beaty; three sons and five daughters, Lucy is the youngest. Is that what you have? I have William's parents; John Ellison and Mary Agnes Robuck. I have five children for them, four sons and one daughter. There may have been more.

Added by M. Richards on Oct 28, 2012 11:27 AM

M. Richards
SHIVELEY
Yes, James Shiveley and his wife Mary Westbrook our Mary Jane's parents. Thank you for the 1850 census info on their family. I have marriage application for Mary Jane and her second husband, Silas Newman. I'm not sure where my brain went. I must of skipped over it back in early 1990s when I began entering my Moore-Hanes families into a computer format. If I hadn't been looking for Ellisons, I may never had remembered it. Thank you for reviving my brain. I'm so glad we could assist one another.

Added by M. Richards on Oct 27, 2012 8:22 PM

M. Richards
ELLISON and BEATTY
Neil, I have a William J. ELLISON married to a Mary Jane Unknown in my file. They lived in Jefferson Township of Adams County, Ohio. They had a daughter, Margaret. Was your Mary Jane BEATTY born circa 1834 in Ohio? This might be your missing connection. Let me know what you think.

Added by M. Richards on Oct 26, 2012 6:33 PM

M. Richards
Mary J. ELLISON
Neil,
The Mary Jane ELLISON at Kirker Cemetery is Mary Jane SHIVELEY (have not connected her with parents yet); she remarried after James' death in 1873. She married second to Silas W. NEWMAN (second marriage for both), they had three children. She out lived Silas, also.
The person (Dave) who has Mary Jane's memorial has not responded to me either of the times I've tried to contact him about a transfer. I sent information once through the edit button and he did nothing with it. I'm not sure what more I can do. I would like to link her with her spouses; but I guess that is not going to happen.
I have an Ellanore (sp) RUGGLES who married Joseph R. WOLVERTON, would you know anything about her? Also do you have any information on a Joseph BEATTY married Malinda E. FLICK in 1845 Orange County, Indiana? They had seven children, six sons and one daughter. I also have Isaac B. BEATTY who married my ancestor Eliza Ann CROWL in 1838 in Greene County, Ohio. My ancestor Eliza died within five weeks of the birth of their sixth child, Julia Ann. Julia married Calvin ADAMS in Iroquois County, Illinois.
I will look through my ELLISON files and see if I can find who the Mary Jane you found belongs with.
Talk with you later.

Added by M. Richards on Oct 26, 2012 6:25 PM

Cathy Hagadorn
RE: Salsman requests
Neil,

I'll be happy to try to find the Salsman plot at Oak Hill. It might take awhile - gotta do it during my lunch hour and there are over 4000 graves there. So, I'm not going to "claim" the memorials until I actually find them.
My husband is the "Hagadorn". I married into that family. It's likely that Bob is distantly related to your wife. Unfortunately, we can't get behind his gg-grandfather James, born 1812. That may be our summer project this year. If your wife has or comes across any references to him, we'd LOVE to that information. We know he was born in New York State and that he came to the Tioga County area about 1840 from "Cherry Valley".
Have a great week !!!

Added by Cathy Hagadorn on Apr 01, 2012 4:57 AM

Cathy Hagadorn
Salsman requests
Did the Salsmans you are requesting live in Bradford County, PA? There is an Oak Hill Cemetery in/near the town of Bradford, in McKean County, PA. Bradford (the town) is approx 90 miles west of Towanda in Bradford County, PA. The Oak Hill Cemetery in Towanda appears to be broken up in sections with number designations, not letters. I'll be happy to look for you if it is the Oak Hill Cemetery in Bradford County

Added by Cathy Hagadorn on Mar 31, 2012 5:39 PM

Leon Barton
William B. Moiser
I made several mistakes on the two William B. Mosier memorials. Sorry about that. I deleted the photo that I entered for William that died in 1940 as I had the photo for the other William. I don't have a photo for the one that I deleted. I live about 90 miles from Lamar and don't know when I might be back up there. Sorry I can't help you any on whether they are related. I just do this as a hobby.

Also, don't think I am related to Harry Barton that lived in Denver. My more recent family lived in central Kansas. Good luck in your research.

Added by Leon Barton on May 02, 2011 11:47 AM

Roger Newby
Matheny in Taylor County, Iowa
If you would like any of these people transfered please let me know.

Added by Roger Newby on Feb 16, 2011 10:24 AM

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