|patootie||RE: Lt Robert D. Rand|
i've added James Farrar pic
here the link to David B Hatch grave :
thank for the job you've done,
have a nice day,
Added by patootie on Nov 03, 2015 12:37 PM
|MaryK||Photo requests for St. Pats, Bay City|
I was unable to fill these requests because the office lady is very unhelpful about locating graves. She hates a list so I have found it easiest for the individual who is requesting the photo to find out the location. I have an index of existing tombstones that some nice ladies did for the Bay County GENWEB but that's for the old St. Pats where most burials are from the early 1900s. Sorry!
Added by MaryK on Nov 01, 2015 11:08 AM
|chuck||Capt, John D. Cobb (89316403)|
Good day Rick, I believe that I found some information. That you may like. First I found out from Mass. enlistments. That he was 22 at the time and was from Dedham, Mass. Which would make his birth about 1840. That he mustered in as Sgt. and rose to the rank of Captain of the 35 Mass. Infantry. Also I found that he filled for a invalid pension in 1913. I was able to find on the Dedham Historical Society. Information about the Cobb Family. Which verifies his date of birth 1840 and his death in 1930. And if I was a betting man the odds that he is buried in Bedham. I hope this helps you. Personally any man or women that wears a uniform should not be lost to history. Have a great day. Chuck
Added by chuck on Oct 26, 2015 12:14 PM
|F Priam||RE: Corson|
You are Welcome!
Added by F Priam on Sep 16, 2015 6:17 PM
|dorisG||RE: Lt. Catherine Lawrence|
It is my pleasure. And now let me thank YOU for
Added by dorisG on Sep 15, 2015 9:31 PM
|Jan Franco||RE: Marie Case|
All sections at Beaverdale start with a letter, so the 156_A is a little odd, but there are definitely no Case graves at A 156. It is an area of upright monuments, not flat stones.
Added by Jan Franco on Sep 15, 2015 12:08 AM
|G-Man||RE: Ellison Hatfield Mounts - #104268010|
That'll do it - thanks for your vote
Added by G-Man on Sep 13, 2015 8:06 PM
|G-Man||Ellison Hatfield Mounts - #104268010|
Soliciting your help in making Ellison's memorial famous - your vote is appreciated
Added by G-Man on Sep 13, 2015 7:52 PM
|F Priam||RE: Corson|
Oh Wow....that sounds interesting! Ok
Added by F Priam on Sep 12, 2015 8:39 PM
Hi Rick, you can just send me the edit and links if you want. I cannot find his parents on Find A Grave..but if you prefer to have the memorial, I can transfer it to you.
Added by F Priam on Sep 12, 2015 8:29 PM
May I use your picture of the Thompson family in my Vannatter family tree online? If I find any info you are missing I will let you know. Thank you Sue
Added by Susie on Sep 08, 2015 6:46 PM
|Jerry W. Ferguson||RE: Shirley Lawrence #128442102|
I was happy to find the marker; she would be pleased. I've taken photos of most of the ones we didn't have at Parks. You might check the memorials if there is one that you had needed. I still have a number that are listed on Find A Grave that I cannot locate. I'll keep checking when the weather cools a little more.
Added by Jerry W. Ferguson on Aug 26, 2015 9:16 PM
|Jerry W. Ferguson||Shirley Lawrence #128442102|
I thought you might like to view Shirley's photo of her monument. I like the cat on there since she loved her cats.
Added by Jerry W. Ferguson on Aug 26, 2015 6:36 PM
Thank you for your note. I will leave my memorial up but have added a notation for folks to also visit your site. You have done a magnificent job honoring the life of Lt. Cory. I hope people will find these memorials to be the testimony that I have strived them to be.
Best wishes to you,
Added by Alice on Aug 26, 2015 9:57 AM
|Anna||RE: Herman A. Bauer memorial|
Hi Rick, I stumbled on a couple of sites about the ball players killed in WW2. One lists all the names. See Seamheads.com. The other has complete bios of all 139. The one for Herman Bauer is at http://www.baseballsgreatestsacrifice.com/biographies/bauer_herman.html. Its a great site, you can look up all the names on the list. Never mind the transfer request if you are going to do a little write up yourself. I hope you do!
Added by Anna on Jul 31, 2015 3:08 PM
|Barbara Hale Reynolds||George Washinton Terry|
George Washington was married (1) to Arena Jones and (2) Sarah Ann Elizabeth Wilson Welch. I can prove his marriage to Arena by court, land sale and census records. I believe Arena to have been the daughter of Ezra and Pernina Jones.
I do not believe he was married to Anna Indiana Rogers or Betty Barloe. I suspect I know who gave this info, which was told to O. Alden Smith for his Gateway book and I believe it to be a mistake.
Sarah's date of death is not listed on the Find A Grave site, but here is he obituary:
The Advance Reporter
16 December 1915
Mrs. Terry Dead
Mrs. Sarah E. Terry, age 74 years, died Wednesday night at the home of her son, J.W. Terry in Heavener, where she had been making her home. She had been ill for some time. The remains were taken to Weeks for burial.
Mrs. Terry was a good Christian lady and had numerous friends wherever she lived. The bereaved relatives have the sympathy of the people of Heavener and vicinity.-The Heavener Dispatch
Added by Barbara Hale Reynolds on Jul 27, 2015 6:11 PM
|Sandi K ||Ambrose Jeffery|
Found a newly erected stone at this McMurtry Cem site in Mountain View & placed pic on your memorial. Some clean-up work has been done there.
Added by Sandi K on Jul 24, 2015 11:05 PM
|Kerri Street-Manuel||RE: Selby brothers|
I haven't been on my computer in several weeks so I haven't been keeping up with my projects. Did I ever answer your question? I'm so sorry if I didn't get back to you. If you could tell me which Selby brothers you're referring to I can look it up and see if I have any info or photos. Thanks!
Added by Kerri Street-Manuel on Jul 23, 2015 5:43 PM
|Rick ||RE: Frank Synar|
You are welcome.
Added by Rick on Jun 10, 2015 7:34 PM
|Nelda J||Bartlett "Guinn" Gwinn|
How and where did you find this information about
This person? He is part of my husband's family. His mother was a Guinn.
I need this information for my resource list.
Thank you for all the time you have put into this.
Thank you most for your service to our country and my freedom.
Added by Nelda J on Jun 09, 2015 10:01 AM
|Kerry Steiner||RE: Olivia Bateman Bryan #83830424|
Haha! No problem Rick, and thanks for all the time you've put into Find a Grave! ~ Kerry
Added by Kerry Steiner on Jun 08, 2015 4:30 PM
|Kerry Steiner||RE: Olivia Bateman Bryan #83830424|
Thanks for the quick reply. I do have America as being the daughter of Olivia Bateman and William Bryan, what I'm hoping you can confirm is who Olivia's parents were? Most trees are showing them to be William Bateman and Elizabeth Smith. But in the Will record it lists Olivia as William and Elizabeth's granddaughter, not their daughter, so I'm a bit confused :)
Added by Kerry Steiner on Jun 06, 2015 6:17 PM
|Kerry Steiner||Olivia Bateman Bryan #83830424|
Hello and thank you for all of the contributions you've made to Find a Grave! If I may I'd like to ask if you can confirm that Olivia's parents were William and Elizabeth (Smith) Bateman? I ask because I found a will record that lists her as their grandchild and with William being born in 1757 and Olivia in 1808 it seems possible for him to be her father OR her grandfather. Many thanks! Kerry
Added by Kerry Steiner on Jun 05, 2015 9:41 PM
|kwmtex||RE: Andrew McCrackin|
The commodore died in 1911 and his daughter in 1915. You need to retread what I sent you in particular the links to his parents memorials. Thank you. We both want to get this right.
Added by kwmtex on May 27, 2015 8:42 PM
|Jan Wilson||Nancy Pett|
Your welcome! I'm glad you had already put her memorial on Find a grave. I checked to see if there was any other information but could not find any.
She is listed on the 1940 census in Michigan as being single and 27 years old. So born about 1913.
Added by Jan Wilson on May 22, 2015 9:10 PM