|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Stephen Lawley|
Linda, Thanks again for beautiful tombstone photo on site for my GGGG Grandfather, Stephen Lawley. I appreciate your quick response to my note. As I said before, I am finding alot of memorials where the tombstone photos are dropping off. I will send an email to find a grave. Have a Happy New Year, Richard
Added by Mayflower Pilgrim 332 on Jan 03, 2016 4:03 PM
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Stephen Lawley #33205230|
You had taken a beautiful photo of the tombstone of Stephen Lawley & posted it on the above site. The photo is no longer on his site. Do you know why photo not on site? His wife's tombstone photo is on her site. Seems strange, like it dropped out of system. Richard. I have found other photos in other areas dropping off sites.
Added by Mayflower Pilgrim 332 on Jan 03, 2016 10:14 AM
|Barbara Boone||Lois Wade|
Lois Wade (1890-1971), married to Edwin A Causey (1891-1967, buried at Old Beech cemetery in Posey County), is a mystery.
One thing I noticed in her obit at Browning genealogy - http://browning.evpl.org/newsearch/carddetail.asp?id=25777 - is that it lists the place of burial for her as Sunset Memorial Gardens, in Evansville, Vanderburgh, Indiana.
They were divorced so although both were from Posey County (her parents were James W Wade and Rachel Wilson of the Wadesville area), there is nothing to suggest she was buried in Posey County.
She also wasn't remarried; or if she was she kept her first married name - SSI lists her as Lois Causey.
I don't know if she was indeed buried at Sunset Memorial Gardens; as of the date I wrote this, she's not listed but I also noticed that only 40% of their markers have been photographed so that's probably a good guess for now.
Added by Barbara Boone on Aug 07, 2015 8:26 PM
Linda I have sent you an e-mail to your e-mail listed above. I am need some information corrected in my records.
Added by Leona Headley on May 30, 2015 2:01 PM
Saw more recent messages so know that some progress has been made. Thank you for all you do.
Added by Bev on Dec 23, 2014 4:14 PM
|Bev||RE: Patton Cemetery -Divernon,Illinois|
Been almost a year wondered if the scouts did thr cemetery project?
Added by Bev on Dec 23, 2014 4:09 PM
|Dolores J. Rush||Malaha Copenbarger #42659385|
Malaha (Newall) Copenbarger was the wife of Ealis Copenbarger #342659520. She was also the sister of Thursey (Newall) Fletcher #93360111, wife of John G. Fletcher #93360037, the brother of my 3rd great-grandmother, Kiturah (Fletcher) White #50298934. Another of John's siblings was Griffin Taylor Fletcher #44091998. My grandmother, Mrs. Glady Esther White O'Neal researched her White family for 28 years and finally published her research in 1983 in a hardback red book called "White Family and their Kin." Kiturah and John's parents were James & Rhoda Ann Griffin Fletcher.
Added by Dolores J. Rush on Dec 13, 2014 9:55 PM
You are correct Elizabeth Bloodworth married Joseph A.McReynolds born 1807,Joseph McReynolds born 1816 died 1855 married first Elizabeth Compton and later Lovina Holder.
Added by Judith Finnell on Oct 08, 2014 10:33 PM
|David Fisher||Mt Pleasant Cemetery Posey Cty|
Working on the Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Posey County. Thanks for working on the suggestions. Be ready for more. I am using Dan Elliott's photos and information and inputting on findagrave..
Added by David Fisher on Oct 04, 2014 9:28 PM
|John B||RE: Hulcher|
Thank you for the Find A Grave transfer. The information I have is as follows:
Bernice Harms b. May 27, 1919, m. July 5, 1946 Calif. to Howard Peebles
One child: Curtiss Peebles b. May 4, 1955 California
I believe Bernice Harms is the daughter of Otto Harms & Sadie Cogswell.
I have an extensive history of the Johann Heinrich Holtje family if interested.
Added by John B on Sep 03, 2014 4:24 PM
|P. Meado||Elder Joel Humes|
Thank you for posting the photo of Rev. Joel Humes on his memorial Find A Grave Memorial# 43471832.
He would have been my 4th Great Grandfather.
His daughter, Elizabeth Humes married Elisha Graddy.
It was really exciting to see a photograph of him.
Added by P. Meado on Aug 27, 2014 1:08 AM
|David Fisher||Martha A Wade|
Hi Linda, I have been entering memorials at Bethlehem Cemetery and came across Mary A Wade who is the daughter of Eli & Martha A Wade. She is buried next to Martha, who has a stone, but when I found her father Eli at Laurel Hill, he had a stone there for himself and Martha A Wade. I think I should just transfer to you and let you figure it out. Let me know.
Added by David Fisher on Aug 26, 2014 4:19 PM
|Phil Knox||John Saltzman - d. 1838|
I have been finding family trees on Rootsweb and Ancestry indicating that his wife may have been a Salome Rugh and that she was a da. of Michael rugh & wife Franzina Merkel of Westmoreland Co., PA. That appears unlikely since ther stated b. date of 1764 would have been when Franzine was about age 47.
However Michael Rugh, son of Michael and Franzina and his wife Phoebe were of an age to have been her parents. I would love to know.
Can you give me any clue as to where the idea may have originated that this may be so?
Added by Phil Knox on Aug 18, 2014 2:03 AM
|Sue||Elias and Catherine (Coonrod) Saltzman|
Hi, I'm a Great Great Great Grandchild of Elias and Catherine Saltzman. I just wanted to let you know that their daughter, Susie J Saltzman-Walker, has a find a grave memorial now. I was wondering if you would like to link her up to her parents? Her find a grave memorial number is: 39206825
Her headstone reads Susie J Walker. Susie was my Great Great Grandmother.
Added by Sue on Jul 06, 2014 5:58 PM
|Bill Bates||Transfer of Mary Gates|
Have an awesome day, Bill
Added by Bill Bates on Jul 05, 2014 8:54 PM
My Wallaces are way up there in the early 1700's in South Carolina. John Wallace married Eleanor Morgan and then their daughter Nancy married Thomas Horrall and they ended up in Indiana.
As far as I have the McKinney's ... Phoebe McKinney married James Carter and they ended up in Jackson County, Tennessee.
The King's married into my Hatfield family in Scott County, Tennessee, and a lot of them moved to Oklahoma.
Added by cjgriffith on Jun 08, 2014 10:07 PM
|cjgriffith||RE: Irene Gordon Ashbaugh|
Linda, I did transfer her to you LOL....Poor thing nobody wants her.. Lol ... Any other time as you well know everyone would be fighting over a memorial. One of these days someone will be related to her. Take care.
Added by cjgriffith on Jun 08, 2014 8:27 PM
|cjgriffith||Irene Gordon Ashbaugh|
Hello I will be more than happy to transfer her to you. I did not realize it was a duplicate. With so many different names it does get confusing. Not for sure about the Lillian either so I did change it to Irene since that is what is on the grave. I am not related to her. Thanks
Added by cjgriffith on Jun 08, 2014 8:02 PM
|Sherry ||RE: Wm Montgomery|
Thanks for adding it. Lot of mistakes to it but still had some valuable info.
Added by Sherry on Apr 15, 2014 6:44 PM
|Bev||Patton Cemetery -Divernon,Illinois|
Thank you so much for your reply. I live in California and am so glad that there are volunteers
like you that walk cemeteries and try to preserve some of the headstones by your photos. I appreciate all that you do. I will check back with you. Thanks again.
Added by Bev on Jan 20, 2014 1:00 PM
|Bev||Patton Cemetery -Divernon,Illinois|
I forgot to give you my member # 47113289 if you decide to transfer the memorials. Thank you.
Added by Bev on Jan 16, 2014 8:59 PM
|Bev||Patton Cemetery -Divernon,Illinois|
Linda, you have created several memorials for the Patton and Husband families. Are you related to them? I am a distant relative and have a lot of information on a lot of the ones you have created. I am not interested in increasing my memorials but thought IF you are not related you would transfer them to me rather than my sending the information through the edit process and you have to enter it. I will send the information if you wish.
Added by Bev on Jan 16, 2014 8:55 PM
HAPPY HOLIDAYS !!!
Added by Gina on Dec 15, 2013 8:18 PM
|Myra Starling||RE: Fowlers|
Thanks for emailing me. I have been adding so many cemetery records from the "Saga" periodical, & other periodicals, that I am not quite sure which one that you are referring to. Was it the Hope cemetery? When I add to a cemetery, I have been recently putting all of the information that is available from the periodical, such as the cemetery information, when it was read, & all of the information available about the person. I believe that the information in the old quarterly are most reliable because over time, graves deteriorate.
Added by Myra Starling on Dec 04, 2013 11:16 AM
|TammyGღ||Carrie Wild - Troy, IL|
Thank you for updating information for this memorial. Everything looks good!
Added by TammyGღ on Nov 20, 2013 9:05 AM