Thanks for the obituary, I appreciate it.
Added by JFI on Oct 08, 2016 2:05 PM
|Jerry C. Goldsmith||Clint and Rugh Elliff-Mosier|
Thank you so very much for the burial locations of Clint and Ruth Mosier. One more mystery solved, but another 1000 to be solved.
Added by Jerry C. Goldsmith on Aug 24, 2016 9:37 AM
just checked the burial index and one side seems to be Henry and Mary Chapman and the other side Herbert Stafford
Added by Daff on Jul 29, 2016 6:35 AM
|Daff||RE: Memorial #67256170|
sorry June, there are a lot of roadworks going on near there and a normal 10 minute journey for me takes over half hour so I've avoided it for now, hope to get there in Sept.
Added by Daff on Jul 29, 2016 2:54 AM
My 3x great grandmother is Sarah Morfoot abt. 1798 who married Elias Beck 1820 as recorded by Moulton parish. They moved to USA in 1851. I found a source that indicated Sarah may have been the child of Bejamin Morfoot And Elizabeth Eason as was Rebecca Morfoot that you added on Find a Grave. However the 1851 census indicates she was born in Cambridgeshire, Thorney. Of course, this could be a mistake or was possible, but I can not confirm with Thorney parish records. Would you have any thoughts or knowledge about Sarah?
Added by Lchris on Apr 13, 2016 3:56 PM
|marsha lindgren||Stewart Family photos|
I hope you don't mind that I add your Stewart family photos to my Ancestry Tree.. I am giving full credit to those who submitted all info on findagrave...email@example.com
Added by marsha lindgren on Mar 11, 2016 9:41 PM
|Phil & Beth Hutson||Martha Virginia "Mattie" Lesher Hasel|
From time to time I get emails asking me where I obtained the names of linked family members, etc.
I add information from update requests "at face value." I do not keep logs of who sent them to me, or when. If I don't see a conflict, I assume the info is accurate. The information I add is only as accurate as the source material, which, of course, can be flawed.
Added by Phil & Beth Hutson on Feb 25, 2016 7:54 AM
|Duke Fuller||Myra and Edwin Hoare|
Transfers are to you. Please take good care of them. Thanks
Added by Duke Fuller on Feb 08, 2016 4:49 PM
|Daff||RE: Memorial #67256170|
pleasure, hopefully when/if the rain stops and the ground dries I'll get down and do some more photos
Added by Daff on Jan 25, 2016 9:13 AM
|Denise Thompson||Schroeder in Enid, OK|
Hi June, I'm married to a great grand son of the Schroeder's that lived in Enid, OK on Cherokee Street. You have put such Great pictures on the site. Mike and I were wondering how and if you have any others that you could share with us?
Thanks for all your hard work!
Added by Denise Thompson on Jan 06, 2016 1:13 PM
Thanks very much for the obit on Angemina. It provided some very key information about her that I was looking for. Thanks for your efforts.
Added by Odette on Nov 02, 2015 10:51 AM
|shelia glover||bernard breen|
hey june is bernard breen the same as barney breen bcos the death dates match but barney stone says birth was 1902 and bernards says 1903 and i didnt find a bernard just a barney
Added by shelia glover on Jul 11, 2015 3:05 PM
|Martin Douglas Packer||2Lt Owen B Coffman|
June, received with thanks and added; Martin Packer
Added by Martin Douglas Packer on May 18, 2015 4:13 AM
|Terry O'Gorman||Thomazin family|
Hi June - I am Mary Lou Thomazin O'Gorman. My father was William Glen Thomazin, born Nov 27, 1915 and died April 16, 1967. I was trying to find out your connection with my Dad's family. I was wondering if you have a family tree of the Thomazin clan.
Added by Terry O'Gorman on Apr 25, 2015 6:47 PM
|Jeanne Roland||Nathan Brown Family|
Do you know where Nathan's parents (Nathan Brown and Elizabeth J Shane) are buried? I am related to this family through Nathan Sr. sister Louvina Brown Smith Robison. Thanks so much!
Jeanne Roland (Find A Grave member #47821368
Added by Jeanne Roland on Mar 16, 2015 10:37 AM
|Paula Segrest||Robert Stewart|
Thank you for the information on Robert's adoption. It has been added to his page, with credit given. Seems strange to me that someone that old needed to be adopted though :-)
Added by Paula Segrest on Jan 28, 2015 6:30 PM
|D Martin||RE: 139421457 - William D. Dinkins|
Located in the crypt next to William Dinkins was Anna Dinkins. I set up a memorial for her with a photo of her crypt. Since the information on Williams' Find A Grave memorial indicates that Anna was his wife I linked their memorials.
Added by D Martin on Jan 12, 2015 8:03 PM
|Rob M||T Farris|
His plot is in the lower center of the photo.
Added by Rob M on Dec 31, 2014 10:49 PM
Yes, i'm aware of the grave # actually being the range #. The folks at the cemetery think it's just fine that way and won't change the way they've set up the database. There are a few quirky little things that really confuse people when they first use that info, but i'm familiar with the place. The 235 ( or whatever it was) range marker is still intact, so it was easy to locate, also. The worst of the problems was that the ranges were all scrambled in the database and so people weren't where they were listed to be. The office swears that's all straightened out, but i'm not so sure. I'm thinking i might walk the entire Section and see if Mrs Farris is elsewhere. I missed seeing the request for the husband, but will be glad to look for him, while i'm there.
Added by Rob M on Dec 27, 2014 10:10 PM
|Rob M||Lucinda Farris|
I'm sorry to report that Lucinda has no surviving marker in the given location. A photo of the spot has been added to her memorial and I will watch for her, in case the row given in the database is incorrect.
Added by Rob M on Dec 26, 2014 6:15 PM
|Tim Cook||1Lt Karl M. Stewart|
Regarding 1Lt. Karl Maris Stewart (Memorial# 56785724) at Manila American, his birth year displayed is incorrect. It is shown as 1877, but his mother was born 1879, so was it supposed to be 1897?
Added by Tim Cook on Dec 21, 2014 3:53 PM
|Lee Wilson Jr||Richard Francis Gill|
Hello Miss Thomazin! My name is Lee Wilson Jr. and I teach World and U.S. History at Cathedral City High School. I am also the historian for the Palm Springs American Legion. Earlier this year I took it upon myself to do as much research as I could honoring the 27 local residents of Palm Springs who in WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan gave their lives in service to our country. I have to really, really thank you for everything you have done to honor Richard Francis Gill. According to my research, Richard is the first person from Palm Springs to give his life in action listed MIA on Guadalcanal, November 10, 1942. I am compiling as much information on our heroes as possible and your work on Richard has really been helpful, especially for pictures! I hope you do not mind, but I used your photo of Richard to honor him with a Fallen Hero Banner to be displayed along Palm Canyon Drive during our Veterans Day parade. A banner of Richard will also be on display at the Palm Springs Air Museum. If you can, please check out my Facebook group page: Palm Springs Fallen Heroes. There you will be able to see information I have collected and examples of the banners we are using to honor our local fallen heroes, including Richard Francis Gill. Thank you, thank you so much for doing this.
Lee Wilson Jr.
CCHS World/U.S. History
Palm Springs American Legion Post 519 Historian
USMC 81-85/USMCR 85-93
US Peace Corps 93-95
Added by Lee Wilson Jr on Oct 27, 2014 8:52 PM
|Generations||RE: Richard Allen Blount #112427322|
Sorry I don't know the page number. There are a lot of obits in that listing
Added by Generations on Oct 26, 2014 4:21 PM
|Generations||RE: Richard Allen Blount #112427322|
I found that obit in the Marion County, Tn genealogy. Here is the website. I think it is listed on page one of the obituaries link.
Added by Generations on Oct 26, 2014 4:20 PM
|Barbara LeClaire||Charles Augusta Dunaway|
I did live in San Bernardino, but have moved to near Perris Lake, Moreno Valley and don get there to often. This should help.
Arda Haenszel California Room is open, please call 909.381.8208 (Arda Haenszel California Room)
or 909.381.8221 press #3 (Reference Dept.) before you come in.
Monday - Closed
Tuesday - 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday - 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Thursday - 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Friday - Closed
Saturday - 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Added by Barbara LeClaire on Sep 09, 2014 9:07 PM