|Kenneth Agnew||Catherine Agnew|
Are there any members of Catherine Agnew that might still be living in the area. I believe her husband Samuel is related to my gg grandfather John Agnew who located to the USA in the 1700's.
Added by Kenneth Agnew on Apr 20, 2015 2:40 PM
|Jim Kilpatrick||RE: Kilpatrick (James H.) Memorial # 68409339|
Added by Jim Kilpatrick on Apr 07, 2015 7:02 PM
|Rebecca Kreeger||Ann SCHOFIELD née BARLOW|
Can you confirm when Ann née BARLOW married Edmund SCHOFIELD and where and when Edmund died? Also, where Edmund is buried?
I found an Edmund SCHOFIELD born c 1816 who died 26 May 1886 and was buried at Leverington Cemetery. I also found an Ann SCHOFIELD born c 1821 who was buried at Leveringt on 9 Oct 1884. It seems reasonable husband and wife would be buried at the same place.
From what I have learned, Edmund was a pearl button manufacturer. I have found 1850, 60, 70 and 80 census records for Ann and Edmund (Edward/Edwin) SCHOFIELD. I did not find a second couple with the names Ann and Edmund (Edward/Edwin) SCHOFIELD of appropriate ages.
Thanks for clarification. Rebecca Kreeger
Added by Rebecca Kreeger on Mar 27, 2015 9:26 AM
Hello, I was just wondering how you might be related to me. My paternal grandmother was a Morris from Livingston County. Her parents were Thomas James and Sarah Morris.
Added by Sharon on Mar 15, 2015 12:17 PM
|donna auman||Rev Thomas Potts May|
This was my great great great uncle. Could you transfer him to me? Thank you Donna
Added by donna auman on Mar 09, 2015 7:32 PM
|Koreen Mace||Kinckiner family|
I am wondering if you are a relative to Phillip Kinckiner born May 9, 1816 and if you have any Kinckiner information?
Added by Koreen Mace on Mar 09, 2015 3:28 PM
Hi Nancy, I tried to send you an email message but it bounced back. My email address remains the same, email@example.com. Would love to reconnect.
Added by Angie Hood on Feb 24, 2015 7:18 PM
Please add Iretus Robert Crowell (1904-1990) to Louise Caroline Martin Crowell's list of children.
Added by Bev on Feb 15, 2015 5:48 PM
|Bushong Weiss||5 Curry memorials|
I have transfered, My husbands great grandmother was Mary E Linton married Charles Chapman. She was from Litchfield, Mi. Plus he has Mary Reichow married Edwin Linton (1886-1966) in Homer, all in the family tree.
Added by Bushong Weiss on Feb 05, 2015 1:08 PM
|Bushong Weiss||Alexander and Nancy Linton|
Are you related to them? If so, I have added a daughter Mary Linton Curry.. If you would like to manage this family, it is fine with me. There five memorials.
Added by Bushong Weiss on Feb 03, 2015 5:28 PM
|Stelz||John Hilton Rossborough|
Can I respectfully point out that the Patrick Rossborough (Ballymena) 1811-1885 died a bachelor and is therefore not the ancestor of the family of John Hilton Rossborough, although his ancestor's name was a Patrick Rossborough
Added by Stelz on Feb 01, 2015 3:27 PM
|Jim Kilpatrick||RE: Kilpatrick (James H.) Memorial # 68409339|
Added by Jim Kilpatrick on Jan 13, 2015 8:55 AM
|Jim Kilpatrick||Kilpatrick (James H.) Memorial # 68409339|
I found your entries for the James Kilpatrick family buried in the Montgomery Cemetary (Montgomery County PA).
James H. Kilpatrick (Born 6/13/1859 and died 2/16/1890), sone of James Kilpatrick, was my great grandfather however the information you have on his wife and children appears to be incorrect.
He married Margaret Barnshaw and they had one child, James Kilpatrick, my grandfather.
How can I help you corrct this record?
Added by Jim Kilpatrick on Jan 13, 2015 6:49 AM
I note you have uploaded a number of grave records for the family of Rossborough mostly in county Antrim.
I would be delighted to know how / if you are related to the Rossborough family as i myself am a Rosborough from County Londonderry and have been researching the Rossboroughs now for over 32 years.
I recently had my DNA tested and share a common ancestry with the Rossboroughs from County Londonderry.
I would be delighted if you would get in touch via email firstname.lastname@example.org or via Facebook - Alan Rosborough
Added by Alan Rosborough on Jan 12, 2015 5:25 AM
|Freenerak||RE: Ellen Alexander|
sorry I meant to say are you from helenas side then in philadelphia?
Added by Freenerak on Dec 29, 2014 4:18 AM
|Freenerak||RE: Ellen Alexander|
oh my days thank you for coming back to me this Ellen wade I THINK might also appear on my family tree.
She had 10 of a family I believe one of whom is Emily who married firstly William James Hamilton and then secondly john Clarke who was last heard of in or around Ahoghill 1940.
Emily Alexander-Hamilton-Clarke is I believe my great grandmother but I really would love to know more about her, how many children she had who they were etc etc. I know my grandmother her ?? daughter was Emily and she had at least one sister Eileen and a brother James who hung himself on the family farm at Ahoghill but this is where the walls have hung in silence.
Can you add aught to my chronicle or correct anything thus far?
As for their graves it would appear that quite a number of the family either weren't buried or were done so in unmarked graves ...I know granny Emily is in one in Clough how possible is it to ascertain where they finished their journey without this concrete evidence?
thank you so much for coming back to me and in advance of any help you may be able to shine on my tree.
Added by Freenerak on Dec 29, 2014 4:15 AM
|Glenn Benner||Pvt. John Shannon|
Thank you for your contributions on findagrave !
Have been researching my gg-grandfather`s civil war unit. (2nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry).
Found some info on an old muster roll for Co.G.
Please add this info to your John Shannon memorial page #44151068.
Private- John Shannon Co.G 2nd PVC
mustered into Company Nov. 7, 1861 at Norristown
Occupation - laborer, Age - 33, Height - 5`6"
Complection - light, Eyes - blue, Hair - light.
Died - May 17, 1862, Washington D.C.
I know that the age does not match the DOB you have listed; however, this is not uncommon. Many volunteers overstated their age. I have requested a memorial stone photo. I am 95% sure this is the same man. Your thoughts ?
Thanks Again & Best Wishes,
Added by Glenn Benner on Dec 28, 2014 7:06 PM
you have left a message on the page of ellen alexander as being your grandmother is this corect or have I read it wrong...i think she may be related to me
Added by Freenerak on Dec 27, 2014 7:27 PM
Hi, it seems a few people you have posted about fit the description of some of my relatives. For example Rose Morton (born Morton) from Ballyreagh, daughter of William Morton and Martha Harper is my great-great-grandmother. Do you happen to have any information on them? Do not hesitate to contact me if you do, I would be thrilled to share information. Kind regards, Daniele
Added by Daniele on Nov 30, 2014 5:33 PM
|Karen Griffin||Alexander Curry/Margaret Curry, S. Sparta|
Alexander may have been m. to a Margaret in Ballymena, but the Margaret buried in South Sparta Cemetery was Margaret (McKay) Curry. According to her obit, she was brought to the USA by her father (John McKay) when she was very young and after her mother had died, lived with her maternal grandmother Mrs. Johnston and married Alexander in 1849. They had nine children, eight sons and one daughter, all living at the time of her death in 1912.
Added by Karen Griffin on Oct 30, 2014 1:29 PM
|Gina Reardon-Gaddis||Margaret Crosby|
Since you have more information attached to your memorial, I will delete mine.
Added by Gina Reardon-Gaddis on Aug 05, 2014 2:49 PM
|karhen||Rose Ann Forsythe|
Created by: N. Charlesworth
Record added: Jun 22, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 71768898
Thank you for this entry. My great-grandfather is William James Forsythe who died in Livingston County, NY in 1934. Your entry states that William was born to Rose Ann out of wedlock.
** What data did you use for this conclusion? **
It was not until today that I was able to make a link between a known Forsythe cousin of his to a Nancy Forsythe who has a sister Rose Ann. Which then led to Rose Ann's f-a-g entry.
I was a little surprised about this bit of info but I've been dancing around an Irish birth record for a William James Forsythe, mother Rose Ann, for about 2 years. With the ancestor link I made today AND finding your findagrave.com entry for Rose Ann having a son William, it seems fairly certain the path is correct. I appreciate knowing whatever evidence you have that supports Rose Ann being Williams mother.
Thank you, Karen Harmes Hendrickson
Added by karhen on Mar 12, 2014 8:39 PM
|D.J. Baker||Byersville Cem, Livingston Co, NY|
Dear Find A Grave Friend...are you well informed regarding the Byersville Cem? I only ask this because there are said to be many of the family buried there and I find no records in the Find A Grave listing. There are "some" BYERS & STONER family members listed but, as usual, I need more. I am sure some graves are un-marked, because many of this family were Mennonites, several of the family graves here (Berrien Co, MI) are un-marked. Martin, David and Tobias Byers came to MI, also John Stoner, they are all buried here in MI....Can you help me there in NY? Would be happy to help you if needed here...Happy Snow Days...we are sending you more...Daundra Baker
Added by D.J. Baker on Feb 06, 2014 11:15 AM
Are we related? Do you know Jim and Jeannie Charlesworth?
Added by Robert Viguers on Jan 31, 2014 7:06 AM
|Jean Lander Luce||Carl Martin|
Greetings, I have deleted the duplicate for Mr. Martin. Sorry about that. I have done that a couple of times while trying to document all of Oaklawn Cemetery.
Added by Jean Lander Luce on Jan 20, 2014 10:44 AM