|CC-Genealogy||Edit tab for Gerald Tell|
Audrey, I'm certain that all edits using the edit tab would have been 'approvable' except for one which was sent using the option "Suggest any other correction or addition". This option would have come to you as an e-mail and required that you use the link to go to Gerald Tell's memorial and physically add the information yourself. Though I don't remember the exact information, I imagine that it could have been an obituary, or census data validating the link to his parents Frank Tell and the memorial I control who is Elsie Mae (WATERS) TELL.
I see Gerald is properly linked to his parents. That is all I ask.
Added by CC-Genealogy on Feb 17, 2015 1:30 PM
|L. Smith||RE: incorrect link|
This Augustus Smith was the son of Welcome Smith and Hannah Blake. He did not have a son Augustus, nor a sister named Amy. He was born in the section of Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts which later became West Brookfield, on 4 February 1833, and died in West Brookfield, Massachusetts, on 15 September 1909. He was married only once in 1859 to Ruth Tyler and can be found with Ruth in census records in West Brookfield. He likely died in the home he was born in.
Added by L. Smith on Feb 15, 2015 2:57 PM
|James Grooms||Lawler Beaver/Boone|
Did the Lawlers continue to farm in Beaver twnsp around sec 13 & 21 past Phillips children's generation? I find Phillip on 1896 plat.
My decendents were Lovejoys and from 1880 fed were neighbors to Phillip Lawler.
Added by James Grooms on Feb 13, 2015 10:01 AM
|Jana Trace||RE: Frederick Fiscus|
Got it! Thank you Audrey. I will reattach to the right Fred.
Added by Jana Trace on Feb 03, 2015 5:18 PM
Happy New Year!! 2014 was a bad year, family health issues, no time for Find A Grave. Luann
Added by luann on Jan 04, 2015 2:00 PM
|Kimberly ||RE: Martha Scott--Florence|
Thanks---you can copy my icon if you want. Do you live in western PA? Most of my family is from there. I live south of Philadelphia. Try to get to cemeteries when I'm out there. Florence is one that needs serious attention. Usually overgrown when I've been there---difficult to photograph,
Added by Kimberly on Jan 03, 2015 6:42 PM
|Kimberly ||Martha Scott--Florence|
Thanks so much for alerting me to this duplicate. Glad she is no longer "Unknown". Kimberly
Added by Kimberly on Jan 03, 2015 4:44 PM
|Cheryl White||Roy Charles Willmett|
I have made the change you requested to the memorial page. He's not a relative of mine; I received his page along with others after I contacted the admin board of Find A Grave about non-responses from the original poster. She had made pages for many of my Raine family members, and would not transfer them to me or add links or other info.
My mother grew up in Maple Hill, and we are there often. I still have an aunt and uncle living in the town.
I'm happy to transfer Roy to your care.
Added by Cheryl White on Dec 31, 2014 5:10 AM
|Gary Parker||Willis Rook|
I met to say that Willis Rook is also my direct ancestor. Sorry about the screw up.
Added by Gary Parker on Dec 09, 2014 4:52 PM
|Gary Parker||Willis Rook|
I am also my direct ancestor. I have his father (Aaron) and mother (Frances Clifton) married on July 11, 1798. Willis and Rebecca's daughter Mary Malinda married Washington D Coats (my 5th great grandparents. What information do you have on Willis parents? My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Gary Parker on Dec 09, 2014 4:49 PM
|Marika Kolb||RE: Glad to help!|
Thank you so much. I found the Robertson connection. I also noticed this Robertson family may be connected to the Robertson family of Duck Dynasty. I am doing that tree for fun, Willie is cousin to our preacher. My husband's uncle went to the White's Ferry Road school and church.
Added by Marika Kolb on Dec 03, 2014 11:00 AM
|Marika Kolb||RE: Wrong Photo on Peter Whittenberg|
Thank you for the link. Very interesting. Looks like I have some updating to do.
Added by Marika Kolb on Dec 03, 2014 6:13 AM
|Jana Trace||RE: John Nation Memorial|
Sorry for the mistake. I will correct it.
Added by Jana Trace on Dec 01, 2014 2:54 PM
|Donnie Ruyle||Henry Ruyle, I|
Audrey, I found your post on Henry's memorial. I am Henry and Catherine's 3rd Great Grandson. Please send me your connection so I can add to the family tree. Donnie Ruyle, email@example.com
Added by Donnie Ruyle on Oct 20, 2014 8:20 AM
Thank you for the family links, this reunited Maggie with her father and sister. I appreciate it. My best wishes to you in your work here at Find a Grave.
Added by RoseOfThePlains on Oct 09, 2014 10:14 AM
|Elizabeth Verchio||Memorial# 22491027|
The "Flower" for Newel C. Petty may need to be removed as his memorial is in the correct cemetery as of today. Thought you would want to know.
Added by Elizabeth Verchio on Sep 22, 2014 12:42 PM
I noticed under Elizabeth Coats Find A Grave you posted a picture of your grandmother, Neva Coats Staples, who did a lot of research on the Coats family, standing by her grave. Elizabeth would be my GGG Grandmother. I would be interested to know if/how related. Elizabeth's son Perry W. Coats is my GG grandfather. You may email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you like. Thanks so much.
Added by donna on Sep 03, 2014 3:36 PM
|Donnie Ruyle||Henry Ruyle, I|
Audrey: I see on Henry's memorial that I posted that you are Henry & Catherine Ruyle's 6th Great Granddaughter. Henry & Catherine Ruyle are my 3rd Great Grandparents. I have a VERY large family tree for the Ruyle family. I would be interested in adding your part of the family to it. Contact me at email@example.com If you will follow Moses Ruyle on Henry's memorial you can get down to my parents Verne Arden Ruyle Find A Grave# 20685591 and Martha Frances Wheeler Find A Grave# 20685751. Donnie
NOTE: I don't post any of the family tree on the internet. Only deceased people on Find A Grave
Added by Donnie Ruyle on Aug 15, 2014 9:49 AM
I'd like to find out how we are related. I am Frank's daughter (Marjorie)'s son (Harvey Ernest)'s daughter's daughter. In other words Frank Staples is my great, great grandfather. I would like to ask if you would share with me your relation to him. I'd also like to thank you for all your work on the staples family which has certainly been interesting for me as I research our family tree. :)
Added by jpkaulmann on Aug 13, 2014 7:19 AM
|cindy hall||Woodlawn Cem Photo Request|
Hi. I am a Find A Grave volunteer and would be happy to take your requested tombstone photo(s) at the Woodlawn Cemetery in Urbana, Illinois. The problem is, the cemetery cannot release burial information to a volunteer. It involves the privacy act. Check the front page of the cemetery memorial to see their policy. If you can include the burial location, section, block, etc., then volunteers can get those photos for you.
Added by cindy hall on Jun 02, 2014 6:53 PM
|Kathy in NW Indiana||James/Schrock Cemetery - Portage|
Portage Community Historical Society, Inc.
Wednesday April 16, 2014, will be held at 7:00 pm at Woodland Park
Our guest speaker will be Brendan Clancy, Portage Twp. Trustee, who will speak on the township cemeteries. He will tell us about the improvements and changes at the James/ Schrock cemetery where some if our earliest settlers are buried.
Brendan Clancy announced at his State of the Township address at the Bonner Senior Center on Feb. 13, 2014: Improvements to James-Schrock Cemetery - A steep incline at the main entrance has prohibited access to many visitors. We are currently under construction of a new entrance into James/Schrock Cemetery. As soon as the weather cooperates we will continue with this project. Also, a new James-Schrock memorial monument will be installed at McCool Cemetery. This monument will list the names of the deceased at James-Schrock Cemetery. A dedication ceremony is being planned.
Please come out and learn what our trustee is doing. Refreshments will be served. For more information check our page at www.facebook.com/pchs88 or call the museum at 219-762-8349.
Added by Kathy in NW Indiana on Apr 14, 2014 12:49 PM
|Samantha||Peter & Polly Whittenberg Stone|
I'm not sure how far the stone is from the gate or the tree. I was only there one time. Sorry. Is it missing?
When I was there, the farmer that owned the property insisted the gate be left open for his cattle to go in there. He had piled up all the headstones at the base of the tree and the only remaining stone was the one that the cattle hadn't dislodged. He said if we closed the gate, he would tear down the fence.
Our family that lives in the area was trying to preserve the cemetery, so they collected money and had the chain link fence put in. Then there was the threat to the fence, so they leave the gate open according to his demands.
They collected money again and purchased the heaviest marble headstone they could get to support the weight of the bull when walks on it.
I think it's against the law to desecrate a cemetery, even in rural Missouri but they are being bullied. If you are trying to take care of that situation I will back you 100%. Just let me know.
Added by Samantha on Feb 20, 2014 2:45 PM
|Samantha||Peter & Polly Whittenberg Stone|
I was there about 20 yrs ago and I don't know how long the stone had been there. Does Elsie know when it was put in?
Added by Samantha on Feb 18, 2014 11:42 PM
|Sheila||RE: Edit Tab Results|
HI Audrey - Thanks for the feedback. I think the linking for edits is in the works or at least I've seen it mentioned in the forums. Take care.
Added by Sheila on Jan 23, 2014 5:28 PM
|Joel Shore||Re: Photo request for James C McCormick1848|
Attached is a copy of the problem report I submitted on this photo request:
According to the Mt Hope Interment Records (http://www.lib.rochester.edu/IN/RBSCP/Databases/IMAGES/MtHope/disc1/00000212.pdf), James C McCormick who died in 1848 was a 15.5-month old child who died of scarlet fever and he was buried in St Patrick's Cemetery.
This site gives a detailed explanation: http://mcnygenealogy.com/cem/st-pat.htm but the gist of it is that in the mid-1800s, the Mt Hope Interment Records were used to record all burials in the city of Rochester, including those at other cemeteries. St Patrick's Cemetery is a now-defunct cemetery, with most of the remains having supposedly been moved to Holy Sepulchre Cemetery where there is a general memorial for all of the removals from St. Patrick's. (You can see a picture of that on Memorial #31976547 for Bridget Agan and could ask Judy Williams, the volunteer who posted it, to do the same for James C McCormick if you want.)
Added by Joel Shore on Jan 17, 2014 6:19 PM