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Ann Winkler Hinrichs (#47242179)
 member for 6 years, 6 months, 13 days
Phyllis Nelson
Permission to use photo
I'm asking permission to use your photo's of headstones for Rebecca Mitchell Clark in our family tree. She is related distantly through her first husband George Modrell to my husband and we would like to include these pictures if at all possible. Thanks for your work with Find A Grave.
Phyllis Nelson

Added by Phyllis Nelson on Jul 19, 2016 12:35 PM

Penny Alexander
Scherer
My name is Penny Alexander. Jacob Daniel Scherer is my 6th great grandfather. Do you have any information on the Scherer family for me.

Penny Alexander

Added by Penny Alexander on Jul 19, 2015 6:42 PM

Kendall Mellem
124429418
Thank you for your edits for Elizabeth Darling. Are you by any chance connected to her? I am not a relative and would be happy to transfer her memorial to someone who is.
Kendall

Added by Kendall Mellem on Jul 02, 2015 7:08 AM

Tim Allen
Margaret Newby Gaiser
Thanks for your input and for adding her picture.

Tim

Added by Tim Allen on Jul 01, 2015 1:08 PM

Courtney
RE: Young Ewing Winkler
I guess I never got an email notifying me of your message. I do not have a known relationship to Young Ewing Winkler but it is believed that his family may be somehow related to my Great grandfather James Bert Winkler. No one in my family knows anything about my great grandfather's childhood except that him and his brother Claud Oscar Winkler were adopted by Comodore P and Celina Grady. Speculation is that they ran away from home or were abandoned near Oklahoma City.

Do any of these names sound familiar?

Added by Courtney on May 24, 2015 7:23 PM

Kathie L. Webb Blair
William Galbraeth
Dear Ann,
I must concur as my William wasn't born until 1787 which would have made him just one yr. of age when he wed Phebe. I need to amend my records. I am also deleting the note I left and replacing it with one that is more appropriate.
Thank you so much.
With All Sincerity, Kathie L. Webb Blair, Portland, OR

Added by Kathie L. Webb Blair on Mar 19, 2015 8:47 AM

Kathie L. Webb Blair
message
Dear Ann,
Sorry my note went thru twice. I've been loaned this great lap top until after I get home and am just using it for the 1st time tonight. I'd been off line for exactly 1 month.
With All Sincerity, Kathie L. Webb Blair

Added by Kathie L. Webb Blair on Mar 18, 2015 1:27 AM

Kathie L. Webb Blair
RE: William Galbreath
Dear Ann,
I apologize for not answering you sooner, but I was in a rather serious car acc'd. on Feb 17th, have had surgery and am going home on Monday. I still have a non wgt bearing cast. I am related thru a Burkhart relative from Tennesse who fled, to Texas via Arkansas. Upon working on my family tree, I was connected with relatives who show that William Galbreath was md. 3x. His 1st wife was Margaret Mary Range (1750-1830), mother of Jane (1796-1870) who md. John Benjamin Cromwell. His 2nd wife was Hannah Bare, mother of Ann (1773-1847), Find A Grave#13783451 who married Walter Frederick Herbert. They had 12 children that I am aware of. His 3rd wife was Phebe Foreman (1770-1852) who gave birth to 7 children. What other information would you like? Let me know at kthe929@gmail.com and I'll answer you as soon as I can. Take Care.
With all Sincerity, Kathie L. Webb Blair, Portland, Oregon

Added by Kathie L. Webb Blair on Mar 18, 2015 1:25 AM

Kathie L. Webb Blair
RE: William Galbreath
Dear Ann,
I apologize for not answering you sooner, but I was in a rather serious car acc'd. on Feb 17th, have had surgery and am going home on Monday. I still have a non wgt bearing cast. I am related thru a Burkhart relative from Tennesse who fled, to Texas via Arkansas. Upon working on my family tree, I was connected with relatives who show that William Galbreath was md. 3x. His 1st wife was Margaret Mary Range (1750-1830), mother of Jane (1796-1870) who md. John Benjamin Cromwell. His 2nd wife was Hannah Bare, mother of Ann (1773-1847), Find A Grave#13783451 who married Walter Frederick Herbert. They had 12 children that I am aware of. His 3rd wife was Phebe Foreman (1770-1852) who gave birth to 7 children. What other information would you like? Let me know at kthe929@gmail.com and I'll answer you as soon as I can. Take Care.
With all Sincerity, Kathie L. Webb Blair, Portland, Oregon

Added by Kathie L. Webb Blair on Mar 18, 2015 1:25 AM

Penny Alexander
Catherine Scherer
Ann,

My name is Penny Alexander. Catherine Scherer Hickman is an ancestor of mine. I see you have some information about her. Would you be willing to share them with me.

Penny Alexander

Added by Penny Alexander on Jan 13, 2015 8:48 PM

Charles Wilton
RE: Courtney George W.
Please use the "Suggest a correction" link under the Edit tab.

Added by Charles Wilton on Jun 06, 2013 12:21 PM

Beth & Doug
RE: Thank you
Your very welcome. They were very kind people. You have a great day. :)

Added by Beth & Doug on May 25, 2013 3:43 PM

Beth & Doug
RE: Thank you
Hi Ann,

I actually went to school and Mrs. Winkler was a teacher. I remember her as being a very sweet woman. No, I am not related to my knowledge. I like to leave "flowers" on those who meant something to me. Your mother was a wonderful person. :) I hope you know how many lives that she changed. You take care of yourself!

Added by Beth & Doug on May 25, 2013 2:37 PM

Frank Walraven
RE: Thomas Wilson
Thomas Wilson and Keziah are the great, great grandparents of my wife. Their descendant, Ervin F. Wilson was the first husband of my wife's grandmother, Lela Shepherd. I do not know who the parents of Thomas Wilson are. The photos and data on the findagrave memorial were placed by Diane K, the origial post person of the memorial--it was transferred to my management.

Added by Frank Walraven on May 07, 2013 9:09 PM

Diane
RE: Wilson
I'm sorry I'm not able to help you. I created these memorials for a friend (with her photos and information). Unfortunately she passed away and I don't have any further details.
Regards,
Diane

Added by Diane on May 07, 2013 7:57 PM

Jim Wierman
RE: Young Ewing Winkler
I transferred Young Winkler to you. A few weeks ago I tried to contact you through the Riot web site. The email would not go through. David Kent Coy told me to send him the information and he would see that you got it. Just didn't get it done.
Jim

Added by Jim Wierman on May 03, 2013 12:31 PM

Jim Wierman
RE: Young Ewing Winkler
I will be happy to transfer Young Ewing Winkler to you. Use the edit button on his memorial, as it will be easier for me to transfer him.
I am the 2nd great grand nephew of George Jefferson Collins, who took part in the riot and was taken to Ft. Delaware. He is buried at Union in an unmarked gave.
Jim Wierman

Added by Jim Wierman on May 03, 2013 11:20 AM

Mildred Stouffer
RE: Sherer Hickman
I am sorry to be so long in answering you. I appreciate your offer of the Anniversary information, and pictures but I think I probably have it.

Added by Mildred Stouffer on Aug 08, 2012 9:41 PM

Tracy D.
RE: Thank You!
It is my pleasure. Please be sure to see all the photos, as the tombstone appears to be for graves on both sides. In addition to Margaret, there are Charles and Helen Beasley.

Added by Tracy D. on Feb 25, 2012 7:54 PM

Bill Scholtz
RE: Louis Galbreath
I posted the Obit. You might want to post the old cemetery pictures. Or you can send them to ma and I'll post them. Do you have any pictures of the Ayer plots? Those are my ancestors.
Thanks,
Bill

Added by Bill Scholtz on Aug 30, 2011 3:20 PM

Bill Scholtz
RE: Louis Galbreath
Done. How did Louis end up in NY from KY? Is there anything I can add such as where he was born?

Added by Bill Scholtz on Aug 30, 2011 2:16 PM

Mildred Stouffer
Hickman
I am the GGG Granddaughter of Henry Hickman and Anna Marie Sackman. That is if I counted my Greats corectly. Are you a Hickman descendent?
I had great fun in the Cemetery. There are a lot of relatives buried there and even some of the people that came with them from Ohio, whose names I recogined from doing research on Hickmans.

Added by Mildred Stouffer on Nov 01, 2010 10:29 PM

coan.net
RE: tate cemetery
Yea, me & my wife spent about 2 hours in Tate Cemetery - took over 500 pictures, found probably around 80 stones... with I'm sure many many more that we just did not find. I did just take a quick look thought my picture just to see if I could find Owen Snyder Snider - but did not, but of course as you know many of those stones also hard to read.

It's a shame to see how big the Tate cemetery is and it is not cared for.

Added by coan.net on Oct 31, 2010 9:25 AM

 
 

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