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Corie Campbell (nee COX)
Margaret Weaver-Rogers Cemetery
Hello, I was just wondering if Margaret was any where Cornelious Weaver. Im looking for his wife and her name was either Margaret or Mary as some people called her.

Added by Corie Campbell (nee COX) on Feb 11, 2013 6:11 AM

Steve Fowler
Jehiel Fuller
I found my notes. He was buried at Huntsville Cemetery, Luzerne Co on Sutton Road (road T 873) about 4 mies Nw of City of Luzerne next to Wilkes Barre

Added by Steve Fowler on Jan 06, 2013 8:46 PM

Steve Fowler
Jehiel Fuller
Are sure Jehiel Fuller is located in Rogers Cemetery. I was at Roger in about 1997. I remembered it being over by Huntsville in , I think, Brown Cemetery

Added by Steve Fowler on Jan 06, 2013 7:53 PM

Gayle
Philip Goss #51416308
This is Philip Goss V.
born 12 Aug 1746 in Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts. Son of Philip Goss [1724-1778] #102006875 and Mary Sarah Kendall [1721-1821] #28389908

Added by Gayle on Dec 10, 2012 9:13 PM

Rose
Grave marker
Please tell me what kind of marker is next to the gravestone of Joseph Whitlock in the Rogers Cemetery. He was a Revolutionary War veteran but I cannot find his name among the DAR or SAR records. Thank you.
Roseanne

Added by Rose on Oct 25, 2012 2:14 PM

Alan Dibble
Smith graves in Franklin Hill Cemetery
I would like to make a proposal to you regarding many of the memorials you created for many of the Smiths buried in the Franklin Hill Cemetery. Ephraim Smith, 54166988, is my gggg grandfather. William Smith, who is also buried in the cemetery (for whom I will create a memorial), is Ephraim's son and thus my ggg grandfather.

Seven Smith brothers migrated from Cheshire, CT to Franklin Hill between about 1798 and 1805. Six of them are buried at Franklin Hill. I have accumulated considerable information about them and their families: biographical data, birth and death dates and places, maiden names of spouses, their parents' names and burial location.

I would like to see the memorials as complete as possible and the story of the Smith brothers properly told. I seems like there are but 2 ways to accomplish that end. Either I could compile all the information and send it to you, or you could transfer the memorials to me so that I can add the material I have. I could then either keep the memorials or transfer them back to you. I really don't like the idea of maintaining memorials for burials in a cemetery that is 2500 miles from where I live, but I would do it if necessary.

Please let me know your thoughts on the subject.

Alan Dibble
Sacramento, CA

Added by Alan Dibble on Oct 01, 2012 11:31 PM

Richard Shaffer
Lewis Dickson birth date error
Made error in birth year should be 1784 not 1774.
THX,
Richard Shaffer

Added by Richard Shaffer on Jul 25, 2012 2:31 PM

Richard Shaffer
Elizabeth (Stark) Dickson
I made an error in the date of birth for Elizabeth, it should be 1786 not 1776, and that would make it USA not America also. Thanks for coping with my error.
R. Shaffer

Added by Richard Shaffer on Jul 25, 2012 2:28 PM

Richard Shaffer
Add Parents
Hi,
Me again, R. Shaffer. Hoping you could add Parents for #51164892-Oliver Dickson. His Parents as follow: Lewis Dickson, #51164966, b. April 1774,Tunkhannock Luzerne now Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, America, d. 14 March 1857, Tunkhannock, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, USA. Mother of Oliver Dickson was Elizabeth (Stark) Dickson, #51164989, b. 06 January 1776, Plains, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, America, d.10 January 1883, Tunkhannock, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, USA.
Thank You,
Richard Shaffer

Added by Richard Shaffer on Jul 25, 2012 2:17 PM

Richard Shaffer
Dickson/Dixon Family
Hi,
Hoping you can help!. To start with Huldah (Ball) Dickson/Dixon Memorial #51163500. Could you add her as wife on Memorial #51165150, S. Griffin Dickson. Then add her to Memorial #51163477,as wife of Irvin Dixon 2nd husband and brother of S. Griffin. Huldah married S. Griffin Dickson's brother Irvin c. 1866 after S Griffin Dickson was killed in the Civil War..
Hope you can follow what I've put down.
Irvin & Huldah are my 2nd Great Grandparents.
Thank You,
Richard Shaffer

Added by Richard Shaffer on Jul 20, 2012 3:26 PM

Richard Shaffer
Dickson/Dixon Family
Hi,
Hoping you can help!. To start with Huldah (Ball) Dickson/Dixon Memorial #51163500. Could you add her as wife on Memorial #51165150, S. Griffin Dickson. Then add her to Memorial #51163477,as wife of Irvin Dixon 2nd husband and brother of S. Griffin. Huldah married S. Griffin Dickson's brother Irvin c. 1866 after S Griffin Dickson was killed in the Civil War..
Hope you can follow what I've put down.
Irvin & Huldah are my 2nd Great Grandparents.
Thank You,
Richard Shaffer

Added by Richard Shaffer on Jul 20, 2012 3:26 PM

Richard Shaffer
Add information on Parents
Hi,
Could you add parents for Irving D. Dixon Memorial #51163477, b. 26 September 1847 Tunkhannock Twp., Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, USA, d. 11 February 1909, Tunkhannock Twp., Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, USA. His parents were Memorial #51164892 - Oliver Dickson/Dixon and Mother Memorial # 71340179 - Phoebe (Shaw) Dickson/Dixon.
They are my 2nd & 3rd Great Grandparents.
Thank You
R. Shaffer

Added by Richard Shaffer on Jul 18, 2012 11:31 PM

Richard Shaffer
Add information on Parents
Hi,
Could you add parents for Irving D. Dixon Memorial #51163477, b. 26 September 1847 Tunkhannock Twp., Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, USA, d. 11 February 1909, Tunkhannock Twp., Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, USA. His parents were Memorial #51164892 - Oliver Dickson/Dixon and Mother Memorial # 71340179 - Phoebe (Shaw) Dickson/Dixon.
They are my 2nd & 3rd Great Grandparents.
Thank You
R. Shaffer

Added by Richard Shaffer on Jul 18, 2012 11:31 PM

Nan
Miers Cemetery
Hi, thanks for all the nice memorials in Miers Cemetery. When you have time, would you mind linking Elizabeth Gordon Lutes (#50281611) with her father, Cornelius Gordon (#50254448) and her husband, Augustus Lutes (#50281592). I see her daughter, Clarissa (#50281558) is also there - would you mind linking her to her parents.
Elizabeth was born 1818 in Minisink, Orange, NY and died in Centermoreland, Wyoming, PA. Oh, I just see that her daughter Eleanor Canfield (#50254352) is also there, along with her husband, Andrew Canfield (#50254320). Sorry for such a big list, but sure would appreciate your linking this family.
~nan

Added by Nan on Jul 07, 2012 2:22 PM

Ashton Rose
RE: Jehiel Fuller, et al
Thank you. Your work is much appreciated and adds more crediability to the citations I have found.

FYI, I am documenting my husband's blood kinship with Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller & this Jehiel is in the lineage.

Rebekah

Added by Ashton Rose on Jul 02, 2012 8:14 PM

Ashton Rose
Jehiel Fuller, et al
My husband is descended from Jehiel Fuller (1763-1827), for whom you posted a photograph of his grave. I am writing to ask permission to post your photo on the www.werelate.org website. Also, if you have taken photos of other ancestors' graves, I would like permission to post those grave photos as well. The www.werelate.org site provides fields to identify the copyright holder, when the photo was taken & where, etc.

Thank you - Rebekah

Added by Ashton Rose on Jul 01, 2012 8:49 PM

Nancy
Benjamin Roberts
Would you mind transferring Benjamin Roberts 48207262 to me so that I can link him to his family & add photo & other information for him. He is my 4th Great Grandfather.
Thank you,
Nancy Ferrell Geng 47397079

Added by Nancy on Jun 02, 2012 8:16 PM

paulmetzger
Dilly & Stephen Harrison memorials
Hello,

Dilly Harrison (it's actually Billy or Billa)(#50225646) and Stephen Harrison (#50225616), both in Bee Tree Cemetery, Luzerne County, PA, are my 4thG & 5thG Grandfathers respectively. I have lots more info on them, their parents and children. I would very much appreciate it if you would consider transfering their memorials to me.

Thank you so much for the headstone pictures, and the map of the cemetery location. I plan to visit the next time I am in Luzerne County. Is this on private land, and if so, who would I need to contact to go there?

Thanks,

Paul Metzger
Findagrave #47377941

Added by paulmetzger on May 05, 2012 10:02 AM

Sandra Gregory Miner
Name of Cemetery
Is Pedrick Cemetery and Arch School Cemetery the same one?

Added by Sandra Gregory Miner on Apr 25, 2012 2:46 PM

Sandra Gregory Miner
RE: rodney
Hi, Thanks for making changes for me. Seems Elwood's father is recorded twice but not his mother.

Added by Sandra Gregory Miner on Apr 25, 2012 12:56 PM

Sandra Gregory Miner
Henry Rodney
Also;
Henry C. Rodney; b. 26 July 1897 and died 1964
Elizabeth; h/w b. 05 Sept. 1895 and died 15 Mar 1966

Henry's father was Elwood Rodney and his mother was Mary Hartman;

Could you connect these family members please.

Thanks for you time and trouble, appreciate your work.

Added by Sandra Gregory Miner on Apr 24, 2012 5:34 AM

Sandra Gregory Miner
Rodney
Hello,
Could you please add the parents of Elwood Rodney as follows;
Mother; 89051464
Father; 89051439

Added by Sandra Gregory Miner on Apr 24, 2012 5:27 AM

Bonnie Maskery
Thank you for the Transfers
Dear dmr,
Thank you for the two transfers. I am most appreciative. As I continue on my "hunts", I may find others that you may have posted. Would it be be OK if I contact you at any future date concerning any of them? Again, you are doing a wonderful service for our families and I am very appreciative of your hard work. You are doing wonderful work and you are indeed a friend.
Bonnie

Added by Bonnie Maskery on Apr 20, 2012 7:50 AM

Bonnie Maskery
FAG Transfers
Hello dmr,
I'm requesting the transfer of memorials #51156528 Dorcas Stark and #51156460 Nathan Stark. They are blood-line ancestors of my grandfather and would appreciate any considerations you will afford me in this regard. I have quite a bit of information and vitals on them and would appreciate your considerations on my behalf. I appreciate all of your hard work, especially on behalf of our veterans - Revolutionary War, as many, many of my ancestors were part of that great era. Thank you so much for your considerations.
Bonnie #47464165.

Added by Bonnie Maskery on Apr 19, 2012 3:24 PM

Susan Fleming
Solomon Bonham - Harveyville Cemetery
Hi,
I am interested in Solomon Bonham (Find A Grave Memorial# 50103606) and am glad that his stone is still intact. Where is Harveyville Cemetery in Luzerne County though? Perhaps sometime when I am visiting my Mom in Dallas, PA I will go take a look. Did you list ALL the stones in this cemetery that you could read? I am also interested in Electra Fuller Bonham, Solomon's wife. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks.
Susan Fitzpatrick
PS Just noticed - change spelling of first name to Solomon, not Soloman.

Added by Susan Fleming on Mar 26, 2012 1:48 PM

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