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emersunrose (#47205123)
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Jeanie Brown
Carpenter family in Mooretown Cem
I think I've transferred all into your care. Glad they are in family hands. Jeanie

Added by Jeanie Brown on Aug 22, 2014 12:26 PM

Diane Waldron
Caleb Hall
Caleb Hall was a cousin. It said on his grave page to ask for a transfer.

Added by Diane Waldron on Aug 09, 2014 4:44 PM

Jeanie Brown
Carpenter family in Mooretown Cem
Thank you for the update of Wm. F. Carpenter. I've linked both wives and as many children as able.

Appreciate your input. Are these family members? If you would like to control these memorials I'll happily transfer them into your care.
Jeanie Brown
Manton, MI

Added by Jeanie Brown on Aug 09, 2014 7:46 AM

Patrice
RE: The Moultons
You are very welcome. I enjoy taking these requests. Maple Hill is a beautiful, hilly cemetery with many wonderful monuments.

Added by Patrice on Aug 01, 2014 7:43 AM

Kent Gebhard
Moulton family
Hi,

You've sent me info and I've posted it; as you have over 40 Moultons in your care you would seem to be related- or at least researching them. Feel free to request control of any I maintain; I am not related.

Kent Gebhard

Added by Kent Gebhard on Jul 25, 2014 2:31 PM

Patrice
RE: Belah
The plants are beautiful, but have grown way too large. I am not sure if maintenance is allowed to cut back the plants that have been planted by the monument.

Added by Patrice on Jul 21, 2014 6:57 PM

Patrice
RE: Belah
I did attach Belah Moulton to the correct one this time. I did go back today to see if I missed some. Hidden under large bushes were Doris Moulton Hilliker, Forest Ray Moulton and Mary Mrytle Moulton. I have attached pictures for these, but due to the huge amount of bushes, I had a difficult time getting good shots. I don't see any others.

Added by Patrice on Jul 21, 2014 3:24 PM

Patrice
RE: Belah
Thanks for letting me know. I have deleted the photo. The name was so unusual that I didn't pay attention to the dates. Sorry....

Added by Patrice on Jul 20, 2014 4:59 PM

Old Country Roots
Glee White
Information has been added to Glee's memorial. I've also added the info. to her parents memorials and linked them up. If they are family, I would be happy to transfer. Just let me know.

Sandy

Added by Old Country Roots on Jun 27, 2014 7:08 PM

Lavidaloca
Addison Harris
Hi, Christine, I've made the links and added the information regarding Mary Jane Hall to Addison's memorial. I've given you credit. If Addison is family, I'd be happy to transfer. Thank you for the information. Judith

Added by Lavidaloca on Jun 27, 2014 6:08 PM

Old Country Roots
Glee White
Hello. I will get your additional info updated as soon as I get back on my pc. For some reason I can't get it to copy & paste from my tablet. :)

Sandy

Added by Old Country Roots on Jun 27, 2014 8:05 AM

TurningHearts
Anna Townsend Janney
Thank you for your time and efforts in locating and photoing this headstone. Your good works are appreciated!

Added by TurningHearts on Jun 08, 2014 12:58 PM

Pamela Collier
RE: Mortimer Collier
You bet! I admit I hoped to discover that Mortimer Jr. had married and had children to carry on the line. Alas. Good luck with your search!

Added by Pamela Collier on May 25, 2014 1:14 AM

Pamela Collier
RE: Mortimer Collier
Hi. My Mortimer F. Collier was born between 1812 and 1820 in Jackson, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania (parents were Thomas Collier and Barbara Wolf).

Mortimer married Lydia Brunner in PA and the couple moved to Pettis County, Missouri, where a son Mortimer Jr. was born in Feb 1839.

Mortimer Collier, Sr. died soon after the birth of his son. Lydia Brunner Collier married second to Thomas Hurst Gibson.

In 1863, Mortimer Jr. was unmarried and living in Fisks Mill, CA (where he registered for the draft). I do not know if he ever married. He died in 1872 and was buried in Ellis County, Texas. His mother, Lydia Brunner Collier Gibson outlived her son (she died in 1881, I think) and is buried near Mortimer.

Are we talking about the same Mortimer?

Added by Pamela Collier on May 25, 2014 12:49 AM

Jo Ann Ford
Janney Family
Thank you so very much, Jo Ann

Added by Jo Ann Ford on May 20, 2014 8:13 AM

Lori Zeiler
Charlotte Jane Chase Van Akin
Hi
I was looking at the info you have on Memorial #50175846. You have a web site listed there about the murder of her first husband Charles Westfall. I was not able to access that site. Could you please help me get to the site and more info. Charlotte was a niece to my GGG Grandfather Harvey P Black.

Thank you
Lori Member 48040750

Added by Lori Zeiler on May 15, 2014 4:09 PM

Theresa Ely
Gawthrop Family
Thank you for the info on the Gawthrop Family in the Union Hill cemetery in Kennett,Pa.
Regards, Theresa

Added by Theresa Ely on Apr 30, 2014 7:19 AM

Stewart J.A. Woolever Jr
RE: Richard Chichester
Thank you for seeing the error,made changes to his notes,so far haven't found his fathers burial.
My Best Stew

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=swets

Added by Stewart J.A. Woolever Jr on Apr 01, 2014 9:06 AM

Nikita Barlow
Joanna Ogden Crane
Hello again, Christine!

You may want to edit the birthplace section of Joanna's memorial page, as "Williamsville, NJ" (present day Vernon, Sussex County, NJ) is some 50 miles distant from Orange, Essex County, NJ, where Joanna & Isaac Crane evidently made their home. Although I'm familiar with defunct placenames for locations in Essex, I've never seen any reference to a "Williamsville". As it is, Vernon is at least an hour's drive by car from Essex. Colonial era travellers on horseback or in wagons would not only have had distance to contend with, but the mountainous terrain of western/northwestern NJ as well. It would be interesting to discover how this couple met.

Best regards,
Nikita

Added by Nikita Barlow on Mar 22, 2014 1:18 PM

Nikita Barlow
Joanna Ogden Crane
Greetings!

Re: "Williamsville", NJ

This is a defunct placename for a section of the ski-resort town of Vernon, Sussex County, in the northwestern corner of NJ. An old, nearly forgotten burial ground called the Moshure-Williamsville Cemetery is located in Vernon, as was the Williams Mine. There's also an Ogdensburg in Sussex County, named after Robert Ogden II, who moved to the area from his native Elizabeth, NJ, during the Revolutionary War (1775-1783). I don't know if other members of the Ogden family had already settled there, prompting his choice, or if this sheds any light on Joanna's birthplace being given as "Williamsville", NJ, a quarter of a century earlier.

Best regards,
Nikita

Added by Nikita Barlow on Mar 19, 2014 10:08 PM

Nancy Gibson Lowe
Rachel Hoopes Thom
I'm confused. Rachel has a memorial with gravestone photos in Forest Friends Meeting Cemetery, Forest Hill, Harford Co., Md. Your memorial has more information but the other has actual photos. Please check this out. Thanks.
~ Nancy Lowe

Added by Nancy Gibson Lowe on Oct 07, 2013 1:23 PM

D. Delzell
Brooke Family
Hi Christine,

Can you send me an e-mail. I have a bunch of Brooke family questions.

Thanks,

Debbie Delzell

Added by D. Delzell on Oct 05, 2013 1:11 PM

Kathy Burr
Sophia Rettenmayer
thanks so much for the confirmation of her marriage to Joseph - times were sure tough back then - lots of brave and gutsy women!!! :) k

Added by Kathy Burr on Jun 10, 2013 7:36 AM

Patricia R Reed
RE: Roxanna Harris
No but I'd love to have them!

Regards,
Pat

Added by Patricia R Reed on Jun 08, 2013 11:47 AM

Patricia R Reed
Roxanna Harris
Hi Christine:

Yes, I'd love to have a digital image of Mrs. Snow's book. If it isn't too much trouble could you please also give me images of the cover page, and copyright page if it exists? If not, any information you can give me regarding date and place of where it was written and where it is archived. I've undertaken to research all the 1300 people buried in Tyringham Cemetery for the town historical commission. I'm creating a set of books for their town archives, and will turn that into a web archive that can be distributed on dvd.

Mark Wing and Annette Tucker created most of the memorials in Tyringham Cemetery, but I now have management of most of them and am slowly fleshing them out with the results of my research. I inserted the links you have seen. The formula is this:

a href="http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid= 101574338">Henrietta Sophia Cargill
in which "101574338" is the memorial number and "Henrietta Sophia Cargill" is the name as you want it to appear in the link.

Regards,
Pat Reed

Added by Patricia R Reed on Mar 29, 2013 3:02 PM

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