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Erin Levack Nijmeijer (#47236846)
 member for 4 years, 6 months, 15 days
Edward Farmer
RE: Picture on Thomas Brackett Memorial?
The photo cam from a distant relative and can also be found on the 5th infantry's website:

I believe the others are Thomas's daughters.
I am related to the Bracketts a few different ways through various marriages, IE: Culvahouse, Johnson, Galyon, Bettis, etc.
My brother married a Brackett descendant who happens also to be our 3rd cousin through the Brackett/Culvahouse line.


Added by Edward Farmer on Aug 14, 2014 3:52 PM

Ron Martin
RE: Alfred Levac
I will be going back to St. Alphonsus in the next week or two to look again for Alfred Levack's marker. I know there is one there since I have seen it on a Web-Site for the Canadian Cemetery Project. As it turns out that whole cemetery was photgraphed by one of my wife's distant cousins for the project. There are also 2 others that I could not find originally. I am assuming I was given wrong info by the cemetery office but then again I might have screwed up.


Added by Ron Martin on Oct 21, 2013 2:23 PM

Robert Adlet
RE: Photos - thank you!
Yes they were in the same section, not to far away.
Robert Adlet

Added by Robert Adlet on May 19, 2013 10:27 PM

rick pickwick
RE: Thank you for the pictures!
my pics maybe used as long as credit is given and no profits are created. profits would go to a charity approved.

Added by rick pickwick on May 02, 2013 4:00 PM

Debbie J
Jess Vinson
Name came from cemetery records. A little further research from He died in Portsmouth, OH 27 Dec 1972 was divorced at the time and signed up for Social security card while living in North Carolina, WWII draft card states born 8 Jun 1906 in London Tenn, wife Thelma Irena Vinson. This is the same guy you have in your family tree.

Added by Debbie J on Apr 16, 2013 9:27 PM

RE: Vinsons
We also went to Fooshee but could only find one marker but not the one you anted. We did take a pic in case it was related. I'll send that one along too.

Added by DAWN TURNER-ULLMANN on Apr 16, 2013 2:53 PM

RE: Vinsons
I actually just got back from there! Pictures should be along soon. Just waiting for my sister to email them to me. I believe we did take pictures of the surrounding sites. I will try to get them posted tonight or first thing in the morning.

Added by DAWN TURNER-ULLMANN on Apr 16, 2013 2:51 PM

Mr Edward David Greenwood
Hi Erin I would just like to thank you so much for the photo of the Hale Aloha Cemertry entrance for my father .He is actually not buried there but Australia didnt have its own Find a Grave then so I thourght it would be a quiet and beautful place to place his memoriel....he would have loved .Now we have Our own Find a grave site now I have been wondering about puttin another site up for him in Australia as well but Im not sure how to copy that one over.
Thanks so much it means a lot to me.
Also its great to see people dropping in on him at times


Added by Carrol-ann on Apr 08, 2013 11:42 PM

RE: Jacob and Phoebe Ault

Yes feel free to use the pictures as you wish.

Added by kellison1904 on Jan 30, 2013 5:03 AM

RE: Jacob and Phoebe Ault
Yes, actually there were 3 in the same area - Neal, Harlan and Ellie. So you believe Harland was married to Ellie? and possibly Neal was their son? If you agree I can link them together. That's always the tough part when there are tombstones a few feet away from each other and they are not "linked" or combined into one knowing if they are in fact husband and wife - and children. So when I am in doubt I don't link them unless I can get confirmation from possibly a relative.

Added by kellison1904 on Jan 29, 2013 4:58 PM

RE: Jacob and Phoebe Ault
You are very welcome. I just started doing a survey of the West Hill Cemetery but I did come across some more "Ault's" and have just added them. Not sure if they are related to you or not. Thanks Ken

Added by kellison1904 on Jan 29, 2013 1:53 PM

RE: William and Mary Long
I am sorry I don't remember. The cemetery is huge. I have some other longs I haven't posted yet. Are you looking for anyone in particular? Sue

Added by Sue on Jan 24, 2013 8:53 AM

Jaime Crandell-Stapleton
RE: Thank you for the transfer!
There was information provided through a historical book of the county that also had family things in it. I went ahead and transcribed it. The cemetery is huge so that's why not every picture is there.

Added by Jaime Crandell-Stapleton on Dec 03, 2012 4:20 AM

RE: Robert Ault
I do not mind. Thank you for asking.


Added by Diana on Nov 29, 2012 5:59 PM

Allan Kuklentz
RE: Thomas and Mary Hart
Please use the photos where ever you wish

Added by Allan Kuklentz on Aug 12, 2012 10:35 AM

Janis Tomko
RE: Bucks in Morris Cemetery
Hi Erin,

Thanks for adding the memorial and clarifying how Robert fit into the family. I just added the photo.


Added by Janis Tomko on Aug 10, 2012 5:56 PM

Janis Tomko
RE: Bucks in Morris Cemetery
Hi Erin,

I added the tombstone photo for David Hart. He apparently shares a marker with Robert Buck (most likely a cousin who also died young).

I'll check for the Harts in Providence Mennonite next time I'm in that area.


Added by Janis Tomko on Aug 09, 2012 7:39 PM

Janis Tomko
RE: Bucks in Morris Cemetery
Hi Erin,

Just wanted to let you know, I went back to Morris Cemetery and checked for Mary (Buck) and Thomas Hart in the vicinity of David and Angeline Buck. Couldn't find them, but Morris Cemetery is very large so they could very well be in another section. Morris no longer has an on-site cemetery office but records are held at Mount Zion Cemetery which is in North Coventry, PA. (near Pottstown). If you are able to get a section and plot number for the Harts, I will go back to Morris and try to locate the graves and photograph them for you. Just let me know....


Added by Janis Tomko on Aug 05, 2012 6:03 PM

Janis Tomko
RE: Bucks in Morris Cemetery
Hi Erin,

I am related to the Hallmans, whom I believe are Angeline's parents. Census data shows an Angeline Hallman (presumed daughter) living with Henry and Catherine in 1850 and 1860. In 1870 Henry and Catherine Hallman are living with Angeline Buck and her husband David -- so I am presuming this is their daughter Angeline now married to David. That's basically all I have in terms of "proof" at this point.

If you think this is the your Angeline and David, no problem attaching the tombstone photos to your ancestry tree. But I would appreciate if you mention that I took the photos :).

By the way, Henry and Catherine Hallman are also buried in Morris Cemetery, and I now have them linked to Angeline.


Added by Janis Tomko on Aug 02, 2012 9:29 PM

Doug Franks
RE: Aults in Tunnel Hill
Please feel free to use any of my photos anytime. I have read so many names on stones that I would be afraid to say if I had seen any more Aults. LOL. But I will now be sure to keep my eye open for that name for you. Good luck on all your research.

Added by Doug Franks on May 30, 2012 11:14 AM

karen jennings
Mary Mederise Choquette Levack (Jul. 5, 1854 - Apr. 13, 1901)
there are no records for this person @ the sliver lake cemetery. if you have other family members names i maybe able to track her through them. town hall is closed on fridays, but will check on tuesday, which is their extended hours day. i have a copy of the cemetery records for sliver lake and the name does not appear in them. will check other cemeteries on tuesday.


Added by karen jennings on Nov 04, 2011 3:41 AM


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