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Judy Davis Kallman (#47132196)
 member for 6 years, 2 months, 6 days
Tracy C.
Elizabeth Smith- Oakvale, WV
I found a stone for her. It states wife of William Smith but the dates show 1769-1843, which isn't the dates on the memorial. Wanted to check before I add the photo request.

Tracy

Added by Tracy C. on Jul 30, 2014 4:57 PM

Edward Farmer
Davis ancestry
Hi. I see from Find A Grave Memorial# 13315597 that Reason Herman Davis is our 3rd grt grandfather. I believe this makes us 4th cousins. I am very interested in exchanging info with you. I have info on the Davis and Lovingood lines. If you are interested pls leave me a message or contact me at twinkemon12@hotmail.com.
Edward Farmer

Added by Edward Farmer on Feb 21, 2012 3:07 PM

Lynda White
Susan Lusk
Thank you for recording our fmaily history.
Will you please add that her parents are Thomas A. Lusk and Susannah Davidson.
Thanks Lynda
paaplwhite@sbcglobal.net

Added by Lynda White on Oct 11, 2011 6:31 AM

Lizann
RE: John Baird
I am happy to transfer the Bairds in Neshaminy of you want, just let me know.

Added by Lizann on Jun 06, 2011 5:28 PM

S Ranch CTX
Ann Eliza Campbell Memorial
FYI, new information:

Ann E. Campbell is "Ann Eliza Withers" (Find A Grave # 40058648, buried at Lockhart Municipal Burial Park) daughter of Hugh Withers and Fannie West.

She married William B. Campbell on January 28, 1858, in Caldwell Co., TX.

He was b March 25, 1816 and d March 28 1884. He is buried at Howard Cemetery, Hamilton, Hamilton County, TX (Find A Grave # 51046218).

Added by S Ranch CTX on Oct 16, 2010 11:18 AM

ProgBase
Amanda (Dudley) Pitkin
I linked her in to her relatives

Added by ProgBase on Sep 29, 2010 6:38 PM

deb aaron
Find A Grave Memorial# 52461104
Please review the above memorial. I believe this is the same woman but listed as Olson? Thanks deb

Added by deb aaron on Sep 25, 2010 4:39 PM

Ann Wobschall
RE: Elinor Haley
Judy I could only find Elinor stone looked on a cemetery index did not list a Michael in forest hill tried spelling it different ways could not come up with it. If you can send me information on his death dates I mite be able to find him in the death records here in town & go to the public library for his obituary.

Ann W, MN

Added by Ann Wobschall on Sep 06, 2010 3:55 PM

Susan Clarke
RE: Martha Ann Allen Turner
You are so very welcome. Martha Ann Allen Turner is my ggg grandmother. We visited Camp San Saba Cemetery, I swear at least 75% must be the Allen, Turner, Lakes and Bazes graves, all intertwined with my family tree. If you ever visit ancestry.com, my tree is the Kelley - Clarke family tree. My Mother was Leola Turner which leads up to W. R. Turner married to Martha Ann Allen Turner. I loaded many more of the Camp San Saba relatives on findagrave, so you may run into some more of your people if you are also related to Martha Ann Allen Turner. Thanks for your message.

Susan Clarke

Added by Susan Clarke on Aug 16, 2010 1:01 PM

Jennifer Craig
Nellie Nelson
I just fulfilled your request for Nellie Nelson in the Belleville cemetery. I also photographed her husband's gravestone, Eugene and will create a memorial for him. If you would like it transferred to you, please let me know... thanks!

Added by Jennifer Craig on Jul 06, 2010 10:30 AM

js
RE: Sheafe's at Canterbury
Hi,
I can't really comment on the accuracy of this memorial as it isn't one of mine-"Nareen Lake" claims to be a descendant, perhaps you could contact him/her and swap stories.

St. George's Chapel, Windsor, is in fact the private Royal chapel of Windsor Castle-burial place of many English kings-your family must have been very prestigious if some of them ended up there! There must be accurate records of who is buried there,, I would suggest contacting the castle direct for suggeestions of where to look.
good luck, James

Added by js on Feb 16, 2010 7:09 AM

js
Sheafe's at Canterbury
Hello again, have you seen this?-

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=2265108&GRid=32801105&

regards, Janes

Added by js on Feb 14, 2010 2:51 PM

js
RE: Sheafe Family
Hi,
I went in search of your ancestors at Cranbrook the other day and had a lot of success! I am addinng the three graves I found to Find A Grave and will transfer ownership to you immediately. I found a lot of other useful info relating to the Sheafe family which I shall email you separately later,
regards, james.

Added by js on Jan 29, 2010 10:37 AM

Mike Huffstetler
RE: Sarah Gillham Davidson
You are very welcome. It was a pleasure to be able to fulfill your request. Union county is a couple of counties over I think

Added by Mike Huffstetler on Jan 26, 2010 2:29 PM

js
RE: Sheafe Family
Hi,
This church is on Find A Grave at;

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GSsr=41&GScid=2305612&CRid=2305612&pt=St%20Dunstan%20Churchyard&

I went there a while back and took a lot of photos, but sadly not any of the Sheafe family, possibly their memorials are set into the floor, in which case I could have easily missed them.

I think the following site may contain gravestone transcriptions for Kent churches-not sure where though, an email to them might help;

http://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk/

If you can get proof that there are monuments to be seen there let me know and I will try and get back there, it's a beutiful church, well worth another visit!
good luck, James

Added by js on Jan 22, 2010 2:36 PM

theForester5
RE: Louis Simms Bowen
Judy,
I did a complete transcription of the Colony cemetery and am adding photos as I have the time. There are more Bowens in the cemetery. You might want to check them out.
theForester5

Added by theForester5 on Dec 02, 2009 9:36 PM

Undine "Judy" Sien
Hugh Allen at High Grove Cemetery in Bastrop County
Hi Judy, I have tried to find your Hugh Allen. Have you already verified that he is at High Grove. Let me know if I can do anything else for you. Thanks, Judy Sien

Added by Undine "Judy" Sien on Sep 29, 2009 5:40 PM

Donna Brummett
RE: Eleanor Morgan Davis Workman
Hi, Eleanor, glad to help. Yes, the Bush River Baptist church is also considered the Bush River Meeting House. There are actually two cem. What I consider the old one and the new one. I suspect that the old one is considered the Meeting House. The new cem. is right behind the Church and there is no longer a church at the old cem. They are in the same area and very near to each other but the old and the meeting house are definitly the same. Let me know if I can help you again. Talk to you LATER

Added by Donna Brummett on Sep 20, 2009 9:47 AM

 
 

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