|Val Campbell||RE: Bernard Jackson Benton|
>Thank you for connecting me to his death certificate in British Columbia. From it I was able to add his wife's name, information about his death, and connect him to his father's and mother's memorials in Indiana. Although he's not a member of my family, it's always nice to be able to add more information to memorials I've set up in hopes that it will help the deceased's family members in their search of their family history.
You are most welcome!
Find A Grave is a great resource to genealogists and I am happy to help.
Added by Val Campbell on Apr 25, 2015 3:41 PM
|Robin Poindexter||RE: Cynthia Millhorn|
Cynthia, I am a SELL'S researcher. Although this is not my direct line, I do specialize in the SELL'S of Kentucky and Tennessee.
I have traced Cynthia SELLS from the 1920 census backwards. Cynthia Ann SELL and Andrew Jackson MILHORN were married 17 Feb 1879 in Blountville, Sullivan Co., Tennessee. She is with her parents in the 1870 census of Sullivan Co., TN.
There are numerous sources for Cynthia's maiden name(i.e. there son, James Lester's California marriage record for familysearch.org.)
Need more? Let me know
Added by Robin Poindexter on Apr 19, 2015 6:24 PM
|James Stone||Rosa Muriel Stone|
I am sorry. I saw your name on a message regarding this grave. Finda Grave 93179083
When I went to find the number I discovered it had been posted by Towsend. I will send the info to him.
Again, thanks for all of your work.
Added by James Stone on Dec 15, 2013 8:45 PM
|James Stone||Rosa Muriel Stone|
Thank you for adding this listing. I visited the grave and noted the stone was damaged. I plan on returning to repair the stone. She was my aunt. If you wish you may amend the listing to include she was the daughter of James Henry Stone and his wife, Maggie F. Stone.
There are grave stones for Rosa Muriel and her mother. A check of the cemetery records discovered that her father, James Henry Stone is buried there but does not have a marker.
James B. Stone
Added by James Stone on Dec 15, 2013 6:00 PM
|Paul Schuler||RE: Charles McKee|
Charles McKee is a very distant relative. At least 10 generations back to New England to a common ancestor. Thank you for updating his memorial. Please do not transfer.
Added by Paul Schuler on Nov 01, 2013 10:47 PM
|kljenter||RE: Abigail Baldwin Smith|
A friend of mine was out to Reynoldes Corners Cemetery this morning working on repair of some of his ancestors stones. I mentioned that Abby Baldwin Smith's tombstone had fallen over and was upside down, I had taken the picture of the back side I think it was in 2011. He went over and turned over Abby's stone. It is her stone. He had to leave soon and go pick up his grandson and he did not have his camera with him, he was not sure if he would get back today, but said in the next week or so, he would go back and take the picture of the right side of the stone, he also was going to see if he could do a bit of repair. So look in a week or so and the new picture should be here.
Added by kljenter on Aug 19, 2013 10:41 AM
Thank you for the additional information. I am not related. if you would like a transfer, I am happy to do that.
Added by Iaed on Jan 14, 2013 9:01 AM
|Shawna||Philip-US Naval Academy|
The additions you sent have been made.
Thanks so much!
Added by Shawna on Jan 14, 2013 7:07 AM
|Ross Frazier||Elizabeth Zimmerman|
Thanks, but I would like you to add Margaret Risby, She was the one who found the information and sent it to me. Margaret has been a great help with the Zimmerman Family in Alexandria
Again Thanks Ross
Added by Ross Frazier on Jan 13, 2013 7:06 PM
|Ross Frazier||change of date of death Elizabeth Zimmerman|
Could you change the death information for Elizabeth?
Just was found a copy of the death notice of Elizabeth Zimmerman in the Alexandria Gazette from Thursday, March 8th 1849.
It states that on Tuedsay night March 6th at 12 o'clock, Mrs Elizabeth Zimmerman in the 73rd year of age, consort of the late John Zimmerman. Her friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to her funeral, on to-morrow [Friday] morning, from the residence of her son Wm. B. Richard, Corner of Duke and Fayette Street.
Thanks Ross Frazier
Added by Ross Frazier on Jan 12, 2013 6:26 PM
|Fred Sanford||RE: Ada Entwisle|
Done...just curious - did the other 3 kids have a different mother? Not shown with Jessie. Thanks, Fred.
Added by Fred Sanford on Dec 03, 2012 4:14 PM
The photo's were removed after receiving your email. When I take photo's I do not keep copies on my laptop. They are discarded, which means that I need to go back to the camera, resize for Find A Grave and then place them in. Late last night I did not wish to go through the process again as I was in the middle of another project. I will attempt to get the photo's off the camera today and post them again.
Added by BJGS on Nov 27, 2012 8:28 AM
|Dennis Burlingham||Harriet Drake|
I haven't been back to Colburn yet but I was at Thomas Cemetery about 8 miles away and found a Harriet Drake (1849-1913) as well as several other Drakes. Any relation?
Added by Dennis Burlingham on Nov 17, 2012 10:26 AM
|Dennis Burlingham||RE: Colburn Cemetery MI|
It looks like I did not take a photo of that stone.
If the nice weather holds, I will be back over there and will get a photo to post.
Added by Dennis Burlingham on Nov 11, 2012 8:21 PM
|Dean ||John Florindo Medeiros|
I was hoping that you might copy the wonderful photograph of the marker you took for the memorial of John Florindo Medeiros Find A Grave Memorial# 39280832, and copy it to the memorial of his recently deceased wife, Alvena Elsie Medeiros Find A Grave Memorial# 100277699.
Added by Dean on Nov 06, 2012 10:23 AM
|Dennis Burlingham||Colburn Cemetery MI|
I don't know if I have found the grave you are requesting. I found only one location of Drakes.
In that section near the stone for Issac Drake?, is a small stone with the initials H.D. Could that be Harriet?
Added by Dennis Burlingham on Oct 04, 2012 1:09 PM
|Carrie||RE: Langdon & Day|
Thank you so much for creating the Langdon & Day memorials, and for generously transferring them to my care. You are providing such a valuable service to families like mine, as I'm sure I never would have located them without your help.
Added by Carrie on Sep 05, 2012 6:09 PM
|cookielees||Ruth L Stearns|
Thank you for the info on Ruth L. Stearns, Bakersfield California. Her husband is the late Leslie M. Stearns. I am searching for information on any family members. Thanks
I appreciate your work so much. Be blessed!
Added by cookielees on Jun 23, 2012 10:55 PM
|Susan Shaver||Emma Angel Zimmerman|
Hi Mr/Ms. Zimmerman! Thanks for the suggestion on Emma Angel. I've added her married name of Zimmerman. Would love to share any info on Zimmermans in VA or LA, where Emma and her husband Tanjor ended up. Thanks for your help and good work.
Added by Susan Shaver on Oct 11, 2011 7:26 AM
|kljenter||Abigail Baldwin Smith|
I almost forgot, be sure to read the info I posted under the picture of the stone, you have to click on the stone. It give you more info on Abby.
Added by kljenter on Oct 10, 2011 4:17 PM
|kljenter||Abigail Baldwin Smith|
I went out to Reynolds Corners Cemetery and took the picture of Abby's stone. I knew the location because of records in the Manchester District Library. The stone is broken off and the stone itself is lying face down on the ground. It is possible the inscription is on the underside, howere, since it looks to have been that way for a long time the inscription could be worn and or weathered off. Her father in law was Issaac Smith, Mr. Smith died in 1834. He does not and never had a stone. Location of his burial was know from info in the library. It noted he was buried next to his daughte rin law Abby.
Added by kljenter on Oct 10, 2011 4:15 PM
Reynolds Corners Cemetery, Manchester,
Hi, I will get out to Reynolds Corners just as soon as the mosquitoes ease up a bit. They are still terriblr, going to be in the 90's again tomorrow but may be a lot cooler on Monday, I try to get out soon.
Added by kljenter on Sep 01, 2011 4:10 PM
|Mrs. Bee||RE: Laura Richards Zimmerman Johnston|
Glad you found the record, and happy to send the inscription:
J. H. & A. E. Zimmerman
Wife of John R. Johnston
Born May 27, 1843
Died Feb. 2nd 1874.
To the _____
Also their son
age 7 months.
Added by Mrs. Bee on Apr 08, 2011 9:05 PM
|Mrs. Bee||RE: Laura Richards Zimmerman|
Milton is transferred to your care. You probably have ample information about the family, but please let me know if you need help. The church records at St. Paul's might contain additional information.
I have quite a bit of background about the Richards family of St. Paul's, if that will help you. Some of them may have attended Christ Church long ago, and transferred to St. Paul's after that parish formed in 1809.
So you are a double Zimmerman... I also keep running into my husband's name and people; pretty sure that my English ancestors and his Dutch ancestors got into close combat in the 1600s.
Added by Mrs. Bee on Apr 07, 2011 7:51 AM
|Mrs. Bee||RE: Sarah Henderson|
Thanks for being so receptive and responsive; I always hesitate to offer "improvements" to people's good efforts. If you ever have questions about inscriptions for St. Paul's, St. Mary's, or Alexandria National Cemetery, please let me know; I have a copy of Pippenger's vol 5 of Tombstone Inscriptions of Alexandria, Virginia. I can also visit the cemeteries in Old Town Alexandria for you; just say the word.
Added by Mrs. Bee on Apr 02, 2011 9:01 PM