|Jean Coates||Joshua Rivers Wynn|
I am searching for the parents of Joshua Rivers Wynn born in 1830 in Indiana. He was married to Julia Rose Callum in 1862.
Do you have any information.
He is my 3xs great grandfather.
I would appreciate any information that we could trade. I have been looking for many years for his parents.
Thank You, Jean Coatesfirstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Jean Coates on Aug 25, 2010 7:10 PM
|Robert Fowler||Alfred Jenkins Romine|
We apparently share this gg grandfather. I am curious however about Jesse Milton Romine who you have as 1880-1903. Is that a typo?
Added by Robert Fowler on Aug 05, 2010 12:52 PM
|StevensPair||RE: James Elrod|
HI.... Ok... thanks... I will wait for someone to post it... I live in California, and its in Oklahoma. Here is the funny part, well I have my grandpa listed as William Hulbert Elrod.... EXACT Bday & Death day!? So... I a want to see the grave stone, then ask my father about it, but I recently met him, so next time I speak with him I will ask him. About Henery elrod.
Added by StevensPair on Jun 04, 2010 6:43 AM
|StevensPair||RE: James Elrod|
Yeah its an error from this website.... How can I get a pic of the grave stone!? Thanks...
Added by StevensPair on Jun 03, 2010 7:01 PM
|StevensPair||RE: James Elrod|
Yeah its saying from findagrave, that he already has a photo... but I cannot find one!? Can someone help me!? James H Elrod, is my great grandfather...
Added by StevensPair on Jun 03, 2010 12:34 PM
I know very little about the Romine family. My first husbands Grandmother is Shirley Gladys the wife of Jess. I do recall her saying there was no connection that she knew of with the other Romines in town. Jess had passed away when i married into the family and i wasn't into genealogy back then. I know his family was from Heavener, Oklahoma and surrounding areas. Ft. Smith Arkansas. I met some of them once at a funeral service in Heavener. The woman buried next to them is his sister Allie Romine Hill. She lived next to them. Most of the info I have is in census ,old papers and stories they would tell. Have you ck'd out http://genforum.genealogy.com/romine/ I haven't done a lot with the Romine family in awhile it always dead ends if you find a connection please let me know. Good Luck wish I could help more.
Added by Joann on May 30, 2010 6:33 AM
|Joann||Romines in Blackwell|
We are related by marrage. They are my childrens grandparents. By my first marrage. Are you?
Added by Joann on May 29, 2010 6:49 PM
I just found your note. Thank you for adding his photos. They are fantastic. Thanks again.
Added by Lori on Apr 29, 2010 5:19 PM
|William Yates||Earnest Clifford Yates|
Thanks for the photo of my uncle's grave.
Added by William Yates on Apr 25, 2010 7:30 AM
|Jim L. Nelson||Stephen Barnhart & Michael Fugate|
Thank you so much for finding these graves and providing a photo of thier tombstones. They were high school friends.
Jim L. Nelson
Added by Jim L. Nelson on Apr 24, 2010 10:35 AM
|Baxter B. Fite III||RE: William W. Hallam, Co. A, 86th Illinois|
Dear Nyree, This email leaves Peoria with prayers that it finds its way to you and finds you doing well. I want to Thank You again for all of the great work you are doing for Find A Grave. I aonly found out about it about five months ago and I can't begin to tell you how much I have enjoyed contributing to the site and how helpful all of the Find A Grave volunteers have been. I have traveled all across the country trying to photograph all of the 86th Illinois graves that I could, but, I always knew there were graves here and there scattered all across the country that I would never see in person nor ever get a picture of. Find A Grave and all of it's volunteers have sure proved me wrong, because Thanks to You and many other volunteers, I have lived to see pictures of about 100 tombstones that I thought that I would never see.
I am 90% certain that the William W. Hallam buried in the IOOF Cemetery is the William W. Hallam who served in Co. A of the 86th. I was hoping that if I ever did see a tombstone for him that it would be a military stone stating such. Unless there is a military stone beside the main marker that I can't see in the picture or at the foot of the grave, I didn't get that lucky. I am currently working with the local library hoping to get a copy of an obituary that I hope will anwser the question. If you do go back to the cemetery and if you get to talk with someone in the office, I would love to know if they anything about William having been a veteran of the Civil War and even have a unit if they do. Regardless, whether we ever definatively solve this problem or not. I want to Thank You for everything that you have done for Find A Grave and for all of the things that you will do in the future for Find A Grave and for all of the people, like myself, that benefit from this website.
May your future be blessed with many beautiful days. (To spend in those cemeteries). I'm hoping to be out in the Princeville Cemetery to photograph some graves tomorrow. I love to be out there with some of the other boys of the 86th. Take care and God Bless!! Baxter
Added by Baxter B. Fite III on Apr 24, 2010 7:02 AM
|Baxter B. Fite III||William W. Hallam, Co. A, 86th Illinois|
Dear Nyree, What A beautiful stone and what a beautiful picture! I can't Thank You enough for getting the picture of the tombstone of William W, Hallam in the IOOF Cemetery in Ponca City, Oklahoma. But, you are sure correct about that hard to read!!! Can you varify that William was born April 15, 1835? I think I can make out that he died May 24, 1913. I want to make sure I get his correct dates of birth and death on his Find A Grave site. Just by chance, do you remember if there were any Hallam children buried nearby? There are none listed on the Find A Grave website as being buried in The IOOF Cemetery, but, thought that I would ask. It appears that William does not additionally have a government stone recording his service during the Civil War, but I can see that his grave is marked with an American Legion Bronze marker in your picture verifying that he was a veteran. I am going to write to the local library in hopes of coming up with a copy of an obituary.
Thanks for everything that you have done and will do for Find A Grave in the future. Thanks especially for the beautiful picture of the Hallam tombstone. Sincerely, Baxter
Added by Baxter B. Fite III on Apr 23, 2010 4:58 PM
Nyree, Ishmel's Find A Grave is 51514868. Would you please add your photos to it? Also, I'm not at home. If you could send me the dates on his headstone, I would appreciate it. Thanks.
Added by Lori on Apr 23, 2010 3:22 PM
|Lori||Who doyou think you are...show|
Be sure and watch Friday nights at 7:00, (on NBC)the "Who do you think you are?" show. It's wonderful. They are taking a break, so it may not be on this week, but keep checking...They trace the ancestors of celebrities. Kids of all ages love it! They are on Facebook if you need to play catch up and see the other episodes.
Added by Lori on Apr 23, 2010 3:03 PM
Thank you for the beautiful photos of Grandma Davis' headstone. Now I need to work on her husband's memorial. I would love to give you his Find A Grave number and have the same photos put on his. Thank you again.
Added by Lori on Apr 23, 2010 2:58 PM
|C. J. Hinds||Otis Martin marker|
Thank you so much for the great photo. I see you added his wife. I did not know the Martin's, just found an old newspaper and got Otis Martin obit from that. You could add some of what is in it to hers, if you want.
Added by C. J. Hinds on Apr 23, 2010 12:55 PM
|David & Gail Ray||Odd Fellow Cemetery|
Thank You for the great photos for Lee & Lillie Martin. Thanks for your time and help.
Have a great day
David & Gail
Added by David & Gail Ray on Apr 23, 2010 11:31 AM
|Gayle Williams||Thirza Hallam|
Thanks so much for taking the time and trouble to take a picture of Thirza and William Hallam's gravestone. I appreciate it so much.
Added by Gayle Williams on Apr 23, 2010 5:15 AM
THANKS FOR THE QUERY!
AS FAR AS I KNOW THERE IS NO CONNECTION.
HOWEVER, I KNOW THERE WERE SHRECKENGOST IN THAT AREA.
Added by Evangeline Bass on Apr 21, 2010 9:55 PM
|Mel & Janet||Dixie Lee Coker Colvin|
Again thank you very much ofr the terrific headstone photo.
Added by Mel & Janet on Apr 17, 2010 12:34 AM
|Mel & Janet||Perry Vanderslice|
Thank you very much for taking the time to photograph and post the photo to Perry's memorial. Would you please post it to the memorial of his wife also? We had created a memorial for her but failed to request the photo. The request has now been posted. The memorials are not complete without the photo. Thanks!
Added by Mel & Janet on Apr 16, 2010 11:26 PM
|Jack W. Davis||RE: James Henry Walker Robertson|
You are most welcome. If you need any information on your Clanton ancestry, just let me know. I can send you family group sheets if I had your email address.
Added by Jack W. Davis on Apr 16, 2010 5:57 PM
Many thanks for all of your efforts today at Ponca City for the Washam family. Your time is greatly appreciated. Roberta Everett
Added by Roberta Everett on Apr 16, 2010 2:48 PM
|Ann A||RE: Elisha Coffman|
I am always more than willing to transfer graves. I have done yours. Good luck.
Find A Grave volunteer
Added by Ann A on Apr 16, 2010 11:07 AM
|Jack W. Davis||John Clanton|
The John Clanton that I mentioned was the immigrant ancestor of Sarah Ann Clanton and I. He was born in England either in 1609 or 1610.
Added by Jack W. Davis on Apr 15, 2010 10:53 PM