|Kate O||Mary Ann Brown 96065994|
You entered Mary at the East Homer Cemetery.
I believe this is the same Mary Ann Harvey Brown (46579972) buried at Glenwood Cemetery in the village of Homer. You could probably have Carol Darling add the obit that you included. She has not connected the son in Cortland Rural either.
Added by Kate O on Dec 01, 2014 4:06 PM
|Bev Dowson||RE: Ethel Lambie|
I am not related. I am a volunteer that lives in the area & wants to get a few more done before the snow flys !
Added by Bev Dowson on Nov 08, 2014 10:33 PM
|Bev Dowson||Ethel Lambie|
You have such detailed facts for the burial plot, might you have a guide map of the cemetery?
Added by Bev Dowson on Nov 08, 2014 9:35 PM
|Joan McDonald||hinds/shaw connection|
my name is Joan McDonald, granddaughter of Charles F. and Jennie Hinds. My mother was Martha Hinds, daughter of Charles and Jennie. curious as to whether I have any relatives out there. I was an only child -- have no living relatives on my mother's side that I know of.
Also, for David Shaw, Charles L. Hinds, son of Charles F., lived in the Monmouth area for a few years -- in Little York. Don't think he knew of any connections in that area.
Added by Joan McDonald on Nov 08, 2014 2:49 PM
So glad to help with McFalls. I love it when somebody gets found!! :-)
Added by kswh on Oct 20, 2014 5:23 AM
|Cindy Coffell||Jane Newkirk|
Thank you for Jane's memorial. I appreciate you!
Added by Cindy Coffell on Oct 02, 2014 4:55 AM
|macso||RE: Thank you!|
You're very welcome. Glad I could help you bring your family together and aid in your family research. Chris
Added by macso on Apr 14, 2014 10:10 PM
|Linda Brennan Nelson||Family names|
AJ, I am a descendant to Dillon and Bethia Beebe, Ft Dodge, Ia. I am confused, by some of the names you have listed, as I am trying to trace back with the Beebe's. Can we connect by e-mail, and possibly untangle some of this, for me?
I would greatly appreciate it.
Linda Brennan Nelson
Added by Linda Brennan Nelson on Jan 01, 2014 7:32 PM
Thank you very much for offering to send additional info for James! I don't wish for you to go to a great deal of trouble, but it would be great to have some basic info about him to add to the records. I will send my e-mail address to you via memorial, as I would rather not post it publicly. Thanks, again, and happy holidays!
Added by HJ on Dec 03, 2013 5:15 PM
|Annie in Minnesota||RE: Janet Lambie Hanna & family|
You are very welcome.
Added by Annie in Minnesota on Nov 18, 2013 9:34 PM
|Tina da Camara Pestana||RE: Lambie Family in New Market|
Always a pleasure. Glad I could help.
And Happy Thanksgiving to you and your loved ones.
Added by Tina da Camara Pestana on Nov 15, 2013 10:05 PM
|Tina da Camara Pestana||Unable to find Ethel Lambie|
According to the info you have supplied, Ethel Lambie should be buried in the close vicinity of Andrew Lambie, Rebecca Lambie and Andrew Lambie. However, I couldn't find any Ethel Lambie. The one gravestone lists Andrew, Rebecca and Lincoln and the gravestone right next to it lists Andrew with the same vital statistics as Lincoln. I even checked the back of the gravestones, but there is nothing carved on the back either.
Ethel doesn't seem to be there.
Added by Tina da Camara Pestana on Nov 15, 2013 5:55 PM
Thank you, AJ, for responding! It would be great to have at least the basics on James for our family records. I will send my contact info via the edit tab on his memorial. Thanks!
Added by HJ on Nov 15, 2013 11:24 AM
|David Shaw||shaw family|
I am originally from Monmouth, Illinois.
The Jackson's and Warmold's - originally from St. Louis (through John W. Shaw and Lloyd) are all my relatives.
I am the Great - Great Grandson of David Jackson Shaw. He is buried in Alexis Cemetery in Alexis, Illinois.
He was John W. Shaw's bother. Their Dad Robert and mother Lucinda and many siblings are buried in Monmouth.
My Great Grandfather was Robert Thomas Shaw, My Grandfather was Ralph Herman Shaw and my Dad was Donald Jackson Shaw.
I am trying to put together a family tree and can share what I have once I get it in a readable format. I didn't realize that Robert was in the Monmouth Cemetery all this time - I don't think my dad knew either. Robert Thomas, Ralph and others are buried in Mercer County in Norwood Cemetery.
You can e-mail me. David Jay Shaw
Added by David Shaw on Sep 03, 2013 7:59 PM
|eking1||RE: Mamie Nouss Shaw Warmbold|
They are a branch of my Tree, but actually related through a cousin and her ancestors.
Added by eking1 on Sep 02, 2013 7:00 AM
|eking1||Mamie Nouss Shaw Warmbold|
Thank you so very much for the work that you are doing. I was somewhat confused when I saw her name as Wambold and could not figure it out, but you had all of the information posted on Find-A-Grave. thank you very, very much. You are doing a wonderful service for people searching for their family roots. E. King
Added by eking1 on Aug 29, 2013 2:18 PM
|Greg Volk||RE: Nancy Williams Ives Jackson|
Aha! Yes, now I remember. Well, my connection is rather remote, I'm afraid, but I sometimes research associated lines in order to complete my own.
Nancy (Ives) Jackson (1830-1881) had a sister, Sarah (Ives) Davis (1829-?), whose son Henry C. Davis (1851-1923) married my gg-aunt Mary Jane Wollam (1856-1927). Mary Jane (88682193) is buried in Greenhill Cemetery, St. Peter, but not with Henry. I've been uncovering every stone in an attempt to discover what became of him. (One source said that he died in Roosevelt, Minn in 1923, but I can't confirm that, and I don't have an exact date.) Perhaps he's buried with his siblings or parents, but what became of them? Hence my interest in the Ives family.
Anyway my interest in Henry increased when I discovered (from the census records, etc.) that he grew up in Jamestown, right near my ancestors, Albert Volk and family. Surely the Jacksons, Davises and Volks all knew each other.
Not much to go on, but if you have information about where any of the Davis family might be buried, etc. I'd love to learn about it. MY e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks.
Added by Greg Volk on Aug 26, 2013 9:06 AM
|Greg Volk||RE: Nancy Williams Ives Jackson|
I've been working on many branches of my tree, so I'm not sure where Nancy Jackson fits in. Can you please give me a memorial #, and then I can tell you how I came to it. Thanks.
Added by Greg Volk on Aug 24, 2013 2:32 PM
|Roger D. Davis||Isaac Belcher|
A curiosity has arisen. You list Isacc Belcher as being buried in Hamden Cemetery. Yesterday I photographed what is a Belcher cemetery on East terry Clove Road in Hamden and there find a headstone for Isaac and his wife Ellen. Also found a few more Belcher stones in this cemetery. Now, I am wondering where Isaac is really buried?
Do you know for a fact the he is in the Hamden Cemetery? If so I will try to find a stone there for him as well.
See my listing for Belcher Cemetery on Find-A-Grave for the photo's I took yesterday.
I also find a news clipping for his wife Ellen who died June 27, 1929 in Philadelphia, Pa. That says she was buried at Ithaca, NY.
Maybe this stone was erected in Terry Clove with the rest of the family as a memorial?
Added by Roger D. Davis on Jul 02, 2013 5:41 AM
|Patricia Gardner||RE: FRANCIS HYMERS|
Thank you so much. I have looked all over for birth or death of Francis. Pat Gardner
Added by Patricia Gardner on Feb 24, 2013 7:52 PM
|Patricia Gardner||FRANCIS HYMERS|
FRANCIS IS A 5 MONTH OLD CHILD WHO DIED IN 1902, SHE IS IN MY FAMILY LINE,BUT IS THIS CHILD A GIRL OR BOY. ANY HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. PAT GARDNER. email@example.com
Added by Patricia Gardner on Feb 24, 2013 6:21 PM
|Lesly||Lloyd Lawrence Shaw|
If you want to email me direct use firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find many of our local "public" cemetery listings with names on our library website. mysapl.org go to resources>genealogy and then cemeteries in the center of that page. you'll get a list of city cemeteries on the left menu.
Added by Lesly on Jan 30, 2013 8:38 PM
|Lesly||RE: Lloyd Lawrence Shaw|
Okay so that explains some of the dilemna. My maternal grandmother had TB and spent many days at the San Antonio State Chest Hospital but that was in the 1940/50 time frame. I have not been able to find a lot of records from there but if you want some info that may give you a starting point try this website. It lists that we actually had 2 different TB "tent cities" here in the late 1800s and early 1900s. I'll keep digging around and if I find anything that might help I'll let you know. Happy hunting.
Oh, and if you google "Bexar County Tent Colony" there is some pretty interesting stuff there.
Added by Lesly on Jan 30, 2013 8:34 PM
|Lesly||RE: Lloyd Lawrence Shaw|
Wow. Now you've peaked my interest. Are you sure he was in Texas at the time of his death? If he was born and lived in Missouri most of his life did he die in Texas?
I checked the Bexar County database I can access for the local "public" cemeteries and do not find a Lloyd Shaw, there are many Shaw's just no Lloyd Lawrence.
Added by Lesly on Jan 30, 2013 10:39 AM
No problem. I see you have family interest in the Shaw's. Maybe we are related.
Added by Shane B on Nov 19, 2012 7:31 PM