|Pat Fite||Jacob Fite|
Thank you for transferring Jacob Fite to me.
Added by Pat Fite on May 20, 2013 7:43 AM
|Cheryl Ayres||Re: Edwin Beck|
I'm glad we got that settled. On further research, I found that the Edwin Beck buried in Cowlitz View is not a son of Joseph & Jessie but rather the s/o William Taylor Beck & Ella Baker also buried in Cowlitz View, he was a twin. The Longview Library Obituary index has an obituary for him as Eddie Beck with the dates I have. I think I will go to the Library tomorrow & check the obituary to confirm for sure who his parents are. On Old Coweeman Cemetery, they discovered it when they built Allen Street East Kelso,WA in the early 1900's all burials that were found were moved to the Kelso IOOF now Cowlitz View. That isn't saying that all were moved just the ones probably in the path of the Street. The cemetery was never platted & no records of it were ever recorded & no map where it was located so there isn't any cemetery records & no maps proving it ever existed. After the discovery people called it the Old Coweeman Cemetery probably because there was a community east of Kelso called that. I don't think there were a whole lot of burials. The ones that I have found when photographing Cowlitz View were very old ones. The little community of Coweeman only had a post office from 1877-1882. I have lived in the Longview/Kelso area my entire life & thought I would give you a little history of the area. Looking at the censuses both federal & state I have not come across a John & Jessie Beck in this area though, they may have only briefly lived in this area in between censuses years. It also is possible that the Edwin Beck you had with no dates was buried in this defunct cemetery & was never found. I will let you know what I find at the Library.
Added by Cheryl Ayres on May 19, 2013 9:16 PM
I think I have figured it out, looks like I need to add each one individually? Is this correct?
Added by Karen Reeder-Peel on May 17, 2013 3:26 PM
|Jacqueline Matthew||Mary Carlile Haines|
Thank you for adding that lil bit of info I found while schlepping around the internet. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did!
Added by Jacqueline Matthew on May 03, 2013 7:41 PM
|Janet S. Endris||Thomas G Glover Memorial# 8726320|
Thank you for the transfer of this memorial !
Added by Janet S. Endris on Apr 18, 2013 7:06 AM
|Melissa R.||RE: Troy Hendricks|
Thank you. Sorry to ask again in an email, I didn't check this one and didn't know I had a response from you. Thanks for all the work you have put into this sight, definitely beneficial for others.
Added by Melissa R. on Apr 12, 2013 9:59 AM
|Charles Thompson||Lewis E. Glover # 49771853|
There is a photo request for Lewis E. Glover # 49771853 at White Pigeon Township, Michigan's cemetery. The office there has no record of Lewis being buried there. They do have records of Abigail, Wilbur and William Glover. I did not look for the 3 listed Glovers to see if Wilbur's stone was nearby.
Added by Charles Thompson on Apr 05, 2013 9:25 PM
|Mike Anders||RE: Joseph Barkdull, Jr 7775159|
I am his 3x grandson through his son Hezekiah !
It is good to have made the connection with you !
Added by Mike Anders on Mar 20, 2013 12:39 PM
|Judy Foreman Lee||Richard Rumsey|
Marigay, thank you so very much!! I hope to visit him this summer, I'll take good care of him! Thanks again, Judy
Added by Judy Foreman Lee on Mar 16, 2013 10:20 AM
|s schultz||11402536 James Manion|
Hello, May we please use the information you posted on Find A Grave in our family tree? It truly rounds out the picture of this branch of the family. James' first wife would have been my 2nd Great Grand Aunt, and the husband of his second wife was her brother, which would make him my GG Uncle. It's fun. Thanks for much for considering it and YES we would gladly cite you and Find A Grave as our source. Thanks. S
Added by s schultz on Mar 05, 2013 3:42 PM
|Mike Anders||Thanks again !|
Thanks for transferring my great grandmother to me.
Added by Mike Anders on Mar 05, 2013 12:19 PM
|Mike Anders||Thank you !|
Thank you for the transfer of my great-grandfather's memorial to me.
I really appreciate it.
Added by Mike Anders on Mar 04, 2013 12:04 PM
|Marlene Young Mullenix||Thomas Mullinix|
William is not thomas's father Jonathan aka John Mullinix is and his mother is Susannah Greenburry this is my husband great great so on grandfather and I am doing the family tree, Jonathan was married twice his first wife is Reecca Haslip she has a thomas too (1735-1816) he was born in Maryland and died in Maryland okay now Susannah has two Thomas (1779- ????) and then my thomas (1790-1866) born in Virginia and died in Highland Cty, Ohio. Also Thomas wife is Eleanor Ellen Nellie Pulse. If u have any more questions please let me know and I well do my best to get the answer too u thanks.
Added by Marlene Young Mullenix on Mar 04, 2013 11:24 AM
|John Ushman||RE: Harbour family|
Your side is ok but some of the info from other people is wrong .if I see a mistake on you I will be nice an tell you . but the rest of them I just let them think they are right. Margay I am 80 yrs old an I knew most of the family, I would not tell you any wrong info. I will help you if I can Johnny U.
Added by John Ushman on Feb 12, 2013 9:51 PM
|nancy||Piercey Cemetery Albany Ky|
Information on grave of my grandparents buried at Piercey lists this cemetery as two miles from Albany at Paoli. Piercey is on the north side of town close to Snow and Seventy Six..just off Hwy 90. Paoli(now Peolia) is on the other side of town.
Added by nancy on Feb 09, 2013 8:40 PM
|K Perry||Elizabeth "Betsy" Jennings Mendenhall|
Thank you for letting me know about Elizabeth Betsy Jennings Mendenhall being in Vevay Cemetery. Family info says they may have gotten to Switzerland Indiana very early and some say 1816, so Elizabeth died in 1817.
I connected her to the 3 children (of their 4 )
that i have found from the cemetery records.
Is there a stone for Elizabeth Jennings Mendenhall? or is the info from cemetery records?
I was wondering if she is in a different section of the cemetery as i know there are at least 10 different sections of Vevay Cemetery from various ancestors of my husband. Elizabeth Jenning Mendenhall is my husband's 5x great grandmother, so thank you for letting me know about her.
Was wondering if you are related to her?
and wondering what it said on her stone or cemetery record.
thank you again
Added by K Perry on Feb 08, 2013 10:38 AM
|Rochelle Riordan||Martha Glover|
Thank you so much for the transfer
Added by Rochelle Riordan on Jan 22, 2013 8:51 PM
|Marlene Young Mullenix||RE: Lydia Mullinix (Mullenix)|
thank u so much, I email her just a few mins. ago thanks. My father in law is going to love this, He is the Mullenix Eddy Charles Mullenix his my husband's father name and he is going to love this, I can not wait to start doing my mother in law side they are related to Gen. Patton. thanks again. for all your help. Marlene
Added by Marlene Young Mullenix on Jan 15, 2013 10:09 AM
|Jan||Newton Guttery / Guthrie|
Thanks for taking the time to transfer Newton Guttery to the Old Highsmith Cemetery.
Added by Jan on Jan 08, 2013 9:06 PM
|Diane Dale||Memorial transfers|
Thank you very much for the transfers for Alonzo and Mickey Jane Holtsclaw! I appreciate it very much!
Added by Diane Dale on Dec 18, 2012 3:58 PM
Your generous transfer of Thomas has facilitated the unbroken flow of an extensive family line at F/A/G.
Added by Michael Duffy on Dec 09, 2012 12:41 PM
thank you so much for transferring my g-grandmother grave to me
Added by Bonita on Nov 19, 2012 1:04 PM
Thank you for transferring Nancy and Tilman Drake's memorials. I appreciate it very much! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving week!
Added by Union48 on Nov 18, 2012 9:47 PM
|Bill Bagley||Eliakim Bagley|
PS... I just added Emanuel Bagley in Baker, Oregon who was a son of Eli Bagley. Eli traveled to Lane County Oregon in 1853 and was part of the famous "Lost Elliott Wagon Train" that my aunt Evelyn Bagley Mansfield documented. The wagon train traveled from Iowa and attempted to cross the Cascades from Bend to Eugene. They got lost (Donner style) and almost starved to death in the winter before folks from Cottage Grove, Oregon came and saved them after a few men from the Wagon Train rode down and told them where the rest of the train was. http://www.oregonpioneers.com/1853.htm
Added by Bill Bagley on Nov 17, 2012 8:45 PM
|Bill Bagley||Eliakim Bagley|
I am a direct descendant of Eliakim Bagley #6090745 through Samuel Bagley. I am trying to consolidate records for all his direct descendants. You have transferred Samuel Bagley to me and I am now requesting his father Eliakim Bagley (who actually was named Eli Bagley, his father was Eliakim (based on birth records). My find a grave number is 47469307. I wish to strip away the anecdotes and base research on actual records, instead of "Aunt Jane's faulty memory", backing genealogy on research. I am the administrator of the Bagley DNA project at FamilytreeDNA. Many of my ancestors, (including my father) grew up in Humboldt County, California. I am missing my grandfather, Clarence Eli Bagley who had a motor court in Eureka and died and was buried in Humboldt County.
Added by Bill Bagley on Nov 17, 2012 8:23 PM