|Becky||RE: Catrow - Germantown Cemetery|
You are welcome.
The book at the library shows Lydia Catrow to be unmarked and I couldn't find a listing for Elizabeth Catrow that died in 1877. I will have to go to the cemetery office to see if they have record of her and also the location of both of them. The book showed Lizzie (d. 1923) was suppose to be in the first row in the section where M. and Eliza Catrow is in. The only marker I saw was for "Mother" with no dates. So I just took a photo of the area where she is buried. I am sorry I couldn't find an actual marker for her.
Also, the book showed Charles (d. 1889) was a child and is an unmarked grave. The other Charles (d. 1862) doesn't even show in the book. I was trying to get a photo of all the Catrow families buried there for you. I will see what I can do to get the rest of the photos.
Thank you for your patience.
Have a great week.
Added by Becky on Oct 20, 2014 1:40 PM
|Becky||Catrow - Germantown Cemetery|
I was at the library yesterday and found a film on George C. Catrow and his diaries. There was a news article on it about him, his diary entries, two photos, and some of his ancestry information. I only scanned the article, the two photos, one page of his diary, and the information on his ancestry. If you would like to have it, let me know and we can figure out I can get it to you.
George C. Catrow was Peter Catrow's son, if that helps any.
I couldn't find Elizabeth listed in the Germantown/Jackson County cemeteries readings. I will have to go to the cemetery to find the locations of them. The M. Catrow is Middleton Catrow. I believe there is a photo of his gravestone on Elizabeth E. Catrow's memorial# 67851306.
It might take a little while for me to get back to you. My computer is down and I have to use someone elses. I will try to get back to you as soon as I can.
Hope this helps,
Added by Becky on Oct 16, 2014 1:09 PM
|Dan Cowgill||RE: Foltz/Fultz|
Of course.. I have been out of pocket with my email and Find A Grave stuff for the last few months. I will take care of it (Foltz stuff) as soon as I can. Thanks for the heads-up. Dan C.
Added by Dan Cowgill on Oct 08, 2014 9:58 AM
|Devin Gaither||Private Question|
Your information on this site has really be a great help to me in my research. I had a question for you that I was hoping to ask via e-mail about a mutual relative that would be your cousin, if I've done my math correctly. If you can reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org that'd be great! Thanks so much!
Added by Devin Gaither on Sep 09, 2014 5:01 PM
I've been doing a lot of genealogy research and I hit a bump a while back that I never thought I'd be able to get past. My parents are divorced and the records for my dad's birth don't match up because his "father" was away in the service at the time of his conception. My mom always suspected that she knew what the surname of his biological father was... but we were never sure and it isn't something that is acknowledged in his family. I ran across your site, saw that you were researching the surname my mom has always suspected... and what do you know. I found a picture of a man who looks exactly like my father and his birth date and location match up perfectly. Thank you so much for having this information up and available :-)
Added by Devin Gaither on Aug 28, 2014 10:42 AM
|Kay Margaret Floyd||Granddaddy and Grandmother|
I am Kay Margaret VanMetre and Geraldine Margaret Foltz was my Mother. Granddady and Grandmother were Floyd and Della. I am working on Geneology too.
Added by Kay Margaret Floyd on Aug 19, 2014 9:16 AM
|karen ceneviva||snyder history|
my great great grandfather was john h snyder , died 1917 and my gransfather was h h snyder (hezeckiah) died 1916 my great uncles were clifford w snyder and edison snyder - my grandmother was irene catherine snyder 1906-1988 do you know what john or hex died of? john's father was william h snyder 1823-1865, William was in the civil war do you know if that was cause of death?
thank you email@example.com
Added by karen ceneviva on Aug 13, 2014 8:42 PM
|Vanda White||PItzer and Brown sisters|
Hi Dorsey H,
I am wondering if you can put me in touch with folks from Arden or Martinsburg who may have information about two sisters who are buried at Green Hill Cemetery in Martinsburg. The Find A Grave webpage shows you as the creator of the page of interest.
I was born and raised on Winchester Avenue in Martinsburg and I’ll be selling the home place soon. I want to take photos of the house before it is sold and research its history for my family.
As children, we heard of the sisters, Nannie Brown and Sadie Brown Pitzer, who used to live in our home, but I never knew more than that one of them took her own life there. I cannot locate a Berkeley County death certificate for Nannie V. Brown, but her tombstone at Green Hill clearly states that she died on November 14, 1918. I know that this was during the peak of the influenza epidemic, so perhaps her records were neglected? Your entry on the Find A Grave webpage says, “despondent because of increasing infirmities due to ill-health and depressed by loneliness, Nannie took her own life.”
Nannie’s sister, Sadie (Sarah) C. Pitzer, died in 1941 in the Weston State Hospital, although there is some discrepancy about when she was admitted, because city directories show her still living on Winchester Avenue in 1917.
Your entries on Find A Grave are the only information I have found about these sisters. I live out of town so it’s difficult to research the primary record sources. I am wondering if you could put me in touch with your source of information, so I could learn more about the history of our home. I know it’s an unusual request, but when you are a genealogy and history lover, as I am, you want to learn more. You may email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many many thanks,
Added by Vanda White on Aug 13, 2014 9:38 AM
|Courtney Jones||(K)Catherine Cushwa Catrow Miller #83878636|
Hi! I noticed that my SAC to change her name from "(K)Catherine" to "Katherine" (as spelled in her obituary) was declined.
Please realize that there is a reason the memorial naming conventions (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=listFaqs#147) indicate no punctuation (other than a period) should be used in the name fields. As her memorial is currently, she is not able to be found doing a site search, nor can she be found searching her first name in the cemetery itself.
Searching with a first name of "Katherine" won't show up her memorial, neither will a search for "Catherine" and because of the parenthesis, searching for "(K)Catherine" will come up blank as well.
While both spellings of her name should absolutely be mentioned, this should go in the Bio field in order to make me memorial searchable on the site to allow other family members to find the memorial and prevent others from creating a duplicate memorial.
Added by Courtney Jones on Jul 13, 2014 12:55 PM
|Rebecca Evans||Cushwa Family.|
Hello, I think we share ggggg grandparents in John and Catharine Cushwa. My twin sister and I have DNA tests and are on both 23andme and ancestry.com if you ever wanted to link your paper genealogy with cousin-DNA.
Best wishes, and it's nice to meet a cousin!
Catharine Elizabeth Cushwa is my fifth great grandmother.
Rebecca's father → Thomas Charles Higgs
his father → Glenn Maurice Higgs (1919)
his father → Charles Sylvester Higgs (1872)
his father → Thomas Hammond Higgs (1836)
his mother → Susan Hammond Higgs (1809)
her mother → Ann Catharine Hammond (1769)
her mother → Catharine Elizabeth Cushwa (1733)
Added by Rebecca Evans on May 06, 2014 10:57 AM
|Paul Hays||Joanne B. Brown, Arlington|
At this moment, no other memorial for Joanne B. Brown is listed at Arlington. If there is another one, it's either in the wrong cemetery or listed as "Burial Unknown." In either case, the first in the correct cemetery takes precedence, so you should request the other manager to delete the other memorial.
Added by Paul Hays on May 03, 2014 10:25 AM
|Ruth (Wilson) Lowell||Foltz|
Thanks so much for the transfer. I really appreciate it.
Have a good day!
Added by Ruth (Wilson) Lowell on Feb 08, 2014 10:03 AM
|PepperWolfe||Wolfe Family Cemetery|
Thank you for taking pictures while on Wolfe Mountain. They look great with the fallen leaves in the background.
Added by PepperWolfe on Nov 06, 2013 6:06 PM
|Michelle Malcomb||Foltz - Grandma and Grandpa|
My mom is the daughter of Agnes and Warren Foltz.
Added by Michelle Malcomb on Aug 23, 2013 4:22 PM
|Sylvia Sonneborn||Tombstones of Foltz Couple|
May I use photos of my second great-grandparents' tombstones in Family Tree - Levi Foltz #33845949 and Matilda (Whittington) Foltz? #33846237
Sylvia Hott Sonneborn, #47515011
Great granddaughter of Virginia Foltz Haines, granddaughter Hilda Ona Haines Hott, and daughter of Coy Elga Hott.
Added by Sylvia Sonneborn on Mar 23, 2013 12:19 PM
|Dan Cowgill||Find A Grave Correction: William Fultz|
I have linked William to his parents as suggesyed - thanks! Dan C.
Added by Dan Cowgill on Mar 23, 2013 11:36 AM
|Jayson M||James Myers|
This is my ggg grandfather...It appears from your writing that you have seen a tombstone at the cemetery with his name on it. Could you tell me where in the cemetery it is located...the family have been looking for it for years with no luck...I know that there are a lot of tombstones very difficult to read. This would be of great help to me thanks, Jayson Myers
Added by Jayson M on Mar 20, 2013 1:33 PM
|Susan Makky||William J Miller 1797-1831|
Martinsburg, W VA. Is he any relation to you? I am looking for a William Miller from near Martinsburg who was the father of Daniel H Miller, b. 1825, near Martinsburg. Daniel moved to Huntingdon County, PA and married Sarah Yingling. According to our family history, Daniel fought for the Union and he had brothers who fought for the Confederacy. Any help appreciated. Thanks
Added by Susan Makky on Feb 27, 2013 7:04 PM
|rcpm||Mary Catrow, Coldwater, Ohio|
It appears you have a duplicate request...as I was able to find a Mary Lynne Catrow in St Elizabeth's Cemetery in Coldwater, Ohio. I added the picture under the request for Mary.
Added by rcpm on Dec 03, 2012 6:07 PM
|Sheena||Louisa Jane Catrow|
I was in Marshall Illinois this weekend and went to Livingston Cemetery. You have a request for Louisa and I found a Louisa Jane Carton. I took a photo, if you think this may be her, I can post it. :-)
Added by Sheena on Nov 25, 2012 12:58 PM
|MN Headstone Hunter||Scandinavian Methodist?|
Don't see this on the map - would it be under a different name? United Methodist on the east side of Lake Lillian or maybe Lake Elizabeth a little north of Lake Lil? Or, over on county rd 8 to the NW of Lake Lil in Tripolis?
Added by MN Headstone Hunter on Nov 04, 2012 3:31 PM
|Garry Bock||RE: James Armbrester|
Thank you. Just saw your message today and updated the picture as requested.
Added by Garry Bock on Jul 16, 2012 8:26 PM
|Allison Ferris Pierce||Memorial #90874813|
Thank you for the change. Problem is that someone entered/created this cemetery in the cemetery listings & there will be duplicates made because of it, I'm afraid.
Added by Allison Ferris Pierce on Jul 10, 2012 1:26 PM
|Barbara Rose||RE: McGrath|
ღ•♥ You're more than welcome ♥•ღ
Added by Barbara Rose on Jul 10, 2012 12:06 AM
|Gary Snowberger||Katherine Miller|
Sorry for the dupe for Katherine Miller, but her first name is spelled with a K not a C.
Added by Gary Snowberger on Jun 17, 2012 10:53 AM