|Anonymous||RE: Re: Isaac Eakright|
That would be fine! I would welcome it! I appreciate your concern for privacy. I am always interested to find relatives who are willing to share family history information. My e-mail address is: email@example.com.
Added by Anonymous on Feb 18, 2014 7:38 PM
|Anonymous||RE: Re Emily Handy|
Emily's husband, Isaac Eakright, is my first cousin three times removed. Perhaps we are related. I would be interested in sharing information, if you wish. You may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by Anonymous on Feb 18, 2014 3:47 PM
|Anonymous||RE: Re Emily Handy Eakright|
Are you related to the Eakright family?
Added by Anonymous on Feb 17, 2014 8:51 PM
|Anonymous||Emily Handy Eakright|
See memorial 121423201
from family search.org:
Death place is listed as Louisiana.
Added by Anonymous on Feb 16, 2014 7:39 PM
|Barb Hassler||RE: Acker gravestones|
You are most welcome. I will get back up when the snow clears and the thermometer climbs a little to find John's. Like I said to you before, I deleted the stone for John (although I think I did it because the years didn't match). When I do get back up I will also get the stone for his wife. That is also why I think I got the wrong acker as the wife wasn't in the same plot.
Added by Barb Hassler on Jan 28, 2014 5:47 PM
|Gary Gillings||RE: Kenneth Gillings McKenna|
It doesn't matter to me. You have the picture and so perhaps it would be best to transfer it to you. Whatever you think. Let me know if I need to do anything at this end.
Added by Gary Gillings on Jan 19, 2014 10:35 AM
|Jo Mueller||RE: Henry Egelston!!!!!!!|
Hi Charlene.....happy I could help! Our snow has definitely not melted.....this photo was taken on a beautiful day in May 2003. Are you related to the Egelstons?
Added by Jo Mueller on Jan 18, 2014 12:28 PM
|Lostnwyomn||RE: Re: William Henry Martin #78445199|
I'd be happy to add the family links. Please use the suggest a correction under edit and I'll get that information added.
Added by Lostnwyomn on Jan 15, 2014 10:41 PM
|M. Johnson||Florence Hoffman|
Florence Hoffman, Lakeside Cem., Muskegon, MI.
Cemetery records show her middle name as Louise. She is buried in Plot 44-3. I do not see an Alfred in the records I have. I have walked and recorded all the plots there and have not found him. Perhaps I have missed him anything is possible.
Good Luck, MJ
Added by M. Johnson on Jan 03, 2014 6:44 PM
|Chanavee||RE: Re: Etta McKenna Wilcox|
Thank you so much for the kind words.
It makes me want to keep going, as I was thinking of backing off. I think I need to hunt death cert's and put them on Find a grave, as that seems to be where I am helping the most. It's just so time consuming.
Thanks again, Chanavee
Added by Chanavee on Dec 29, 2013 11:33 AM
|Chanavee||RE: Re: Henrietta Etta McKenna Wilcox|
She's yours, take care of her .
Added by Chanavee on Dec 28, 2013 6:58 PM
|Char Ellis||RE: Re: Estella and Wm Jas Hill gravestone|
HI we do have about 6" of snow now! I happened to have this on my photo file, so was lucky!
I found a Willie next to them also, not sure if he is a relation.. If you need anyothers just let me know! Happy New Years! Char
Added by Char Ellis on Dec 28, 2013 10:29 AM
|Mary E. Warner||Horace Otis Bigelow|
Charlene, would you copy and paste the following into Horace's memorial #88394235.
"Horace O. Bigelow was a farmer in Coe Township, Isabella County, Mich. His papers contain one letter, March 20, 1864, from William Dover. Dover was in Company M, Michigan Engineers and Mechanics, Sept. 1863-Sept., 1865. The letter informs Bigelow about the death of his son, Olney Backus Bigelow, also of Company M, Michigan Engineers and Mechanics, on February 14, 1864. Olney was sixteen years of age when he enlisted in 1863." Source: Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Washtenaw, Michigan.
Added by Mary E. Warner on Dec 27, 2013 7:57 AM
|Chuck Johnson||RE: Re: Chas. D. Handy and wife MAry Mercy Handy|
You are very welcome ... sorry the dates are not readable ... the snow is all gone now ... Merry Christmas, Chuck
Added by Chuck Johnson on Dec 24, 2013 5:13 AM
|M. Johnson||Luke Smith|
I updated as you requested and also added some info from his death cert. Would you like a transfer?
Added by M. Johnson on Dec 23, 2013 2:09 PM
|Thomas Torango||RE: Saucier and Soucie|
Yes, the link that you made is what I was looking for. Thanks. Sophia Pelletier's husband was Louis Saucier who died in Maine before his widow Sophia and children Desire, Susan, Essie and Louis Jr. Came to Michigan. I don't know where he is buried. 5 of their other children stayed in Maine. They were my mother's cousins.
Added by Thomas Torango on Dec 06, 2013 1:43 PM
John Wilson Roth 1851-1933 was Theresa Keim's son not husband...
Added by Paula on Nov 16, 2013 9:28 AM
|Paula||RE: Re: Keims-David M., Abbysinia (Ebezena), and Cora C|
Thank you for moving the Keim memorials. My husband's 3rd great grandmother is Theresa Keim born about 1830. She was married to John Wilson Roth 1851-1933. I've been trying to determine her parents and other family members for a few years now. Your memorials are going to be a big help in this research.
Added by Paula on Nov 16, 2013 9:26 AM
|Paula||RE: Response to request of Keims|
One of the two memorials should be removed. I say it this way, because cemetery information can be edited like names, birth dates, etc. The steps are
- Click the [Edit] link next to Burial: (Edit the burial information for Memorial Person's NAME window will open)
- Click the Continue button (Step 2: Find the Cemetery - Memorial Person's NAME window will open)
- Enter Cemetery Name, Country, State (in this case Saint Thomas United Church of Christ Cemetery, Northampton County, Pennsylvania) then Click the Search for the Cemetery Button
- Click the Save Changes Button if the correct cemetery appears
If you have already recreated the memorials in Saint Thomas United Church of Christ Cemetery, I recommend deleting the Altona Cemetery memorials to make things simpler.
Thanks for your help and understanding.
Added by Paula on Nov 14, 2013 2:09 PM
|Paula||RE: Re: Keims at Altonah!|
Thank you so much for photographing and adding the memorials. The information is wonderful to have and see.
Added by Paula on Nov 12, 2013 11:01 AM
|Lori||RE: Re: Teifers-Paul and Alice|
It was my pleasure. I grew up close to Trenton and know the area well. If there is ever anything else I can do to help, please don't hesitate to ask. I am also working on our family history and understand the need to fill in the blanks. Best of luck!
Added by Lori on Nov 06, 2013 8:24 AM
|skanne||RE: Joseph Werner|
That's too funny!! I had taken photos several weeks ago and thought I would enter all of the Werner's that I had. Never even saw the request! Let me know if there's anyone else that you're looking for, I have a lot more photos to enter :) Sharon
Added by skanne on Nov 02, 2013 2:17 PM
|barbara Stafford||Your Bio.|
What a great bio.!!!
I like the feelings you expressed about genealogy.
Barbara Stafford, Leonard, MI
Added by barbara Stafford on Oct 15, 2013 8:42 PM
|Larry||RE: Re transfer of Eva Welsh|
Pease read my bio and use edit button! :-)
Added by Larry on Oct 10, 2013 8:12 AM
|Linda Smith||RE: Re: Louis M. Sorensen stone pic|
You are very welcome Charlene....happy to be of help.
Added by Linda Smith on Oct 03, 2013 1:14 PM