Thank you for the transfer!
Added by D&PNutt on Sep 16, 2013 8:07 PM
|Kenneth Greene||RE: Flandy" McCarty|
Make a request through Find A Grave and I will be glad to make the transfer.
Added by Kenneth Greene on Apr 06, 2013 1:09 PM
|Chuck Crabaugh||RE: Cheryle Blair|
No. I am not related to her. I just took a number of pictures when I was there to help out others like you. If hou want me to transfer her memorial to you I will be happy to do so.
Added by Chuck Crabaugh on Sep 09, 2012 1:27 PM
|Valerie Winn||William C. Norris|
Mary Ann Halliburton....
William C Norris is the son of Susannah Powell and Ambers (Ambrose) Norris.
Ambers and Susannah had 3 children, one of which was William C, then something happened to them, because their care was turned over to Susannah's mother who was also named Susannah. The three children stayed with her until her death, at which time their Uncle Frank (Francis) came and took them, and they were then cared for by the Norris family. The senior Susannah was my great great grandmother, making Susannah (younger) my great great aunt.
Added by Valerie Winn on Jun 05, 2012 1:32 PM
|Candy Fain||Halliburton Cem|
Please email me about this cem. We went there this weekend and there is not a John, but there is a Joel. Are you related to this family, if so I can get you more info.
Added by Candy Fain on Jan 11, 2012 5:56 PM
|Yvonne Rowe||RE: S. Roberts and Nora Ellen Roberts|
My pleasure to transfer them to you! Enjoy!!
Added by Yvonne Rowe on Oct 02, 2011 11:45 PM
|Aline Miller||Carl & Verna Kentta|
Please link these two as husband & wife. Their numbers are 52574328 & 52574283. Also please add dates for Verna b. 6/15/1921 d. 4/9/2002
Added by Aline Miller on Oct 02, 2011 8:12 PM
|Linda G.||Alice C Splude|
Julie, I have made a number of trips to Honey Creek Cemetery, West Allis, WI with my camera and never found a marker for Alice. Today I did research in the museum on the grounds. Alice died as an infant and was buried in one of the plots reserved for children. In Plot #15 there were 16 little ones buried between 1907 and 1909. None had markers.
Other grave markers from that era have not weathered well in Wisconsin's winters. I'm sorry this is not the result you were hoping for, but we are left with what was done at the time of her death.
Added by Linda G. on Sep 22, 2011 1:33 PM
|Aline Miller||duplicate postings|
Hi Julie I am updating all of the burial records for the Riverside VFW Cemetery. FindAGrave has been a big help. I have found 2 postings of yours that are duplicates of others. They are #52574130/Arden duplicate of #24712457 managed by TamiK and #52574264/Kentta duplicate of #41877358 managed by Byron & Mable Zeek. Please delete yours or contact them for a solution.
Added by Aline Miller on Sep 19, 2011 6:41 PM
|Gayle Black||William C. Norris|
Yes you may use the pictures of William and Mary Ann Norris on your ancestry tree. Do you know who William C. Norris' parents are?
Added by Gayle Black on Jul 24, 2011 9:19 AM
|L. A. Baker||Arminda O'Daniel and King David Martin Info|
Thank you so much for the memorial. It has been helpful to us in our research.
My husband is the great great grandson of Arminda O'Daniel and King David Martin.
We have run into a roadblock on Arminda. By any chance, do you know the names of her parents or know anyone that we might contact to find out additional info?
Thanks for all the work you do.
Lou Anne Baker
Added by L. A. Baker on Jul 10, 2011 2:26 PM
|Ernie Krewson||Edna Alford|
Thanks for transferring the memorial made the changes.
Added by Ernie Krewson on Jun 07, 2011 6:12 PM
|Willi Anderson||Martin Photo Request|
Julie, we'll work on your Martin photo requests this coming week. By shooting some of the Martin's in the past, if they're where I think they are, they're not far from the previous ones we've taken. I know Romulus & Mary are Joseph's parents, is C.L. related to Joseph? Just in case there are other Martins located near C.L.
Added by Willi Anderson on Apr 28, 2011 1:20 PM
|Marshfield Pioneer Cemetery||Marshfield Pioneer Cemetery|
You have done quite a bit of work posting memorials the Marshfield Pioneer Cemetery. We would love to make direct contact with you. We are looking forward to sharing resources.
Added by Marshfield Pioneer Cemete... on Apr 08, 2011 8:19 AM
|Robert Stoddard||RE: Annette Finkbeiner # 60532123|
Julie, My name is Eleen Stoddard. My maiden name was Chambers. My parents were John and Anna (Annette) Chambers. My mother's sister was Lydia Kress. If that was your husband's grandmother then I am related to him. I am his 2nd cousin. If you are interested in knowing more family history email us. Thanks
Added by Robert Stoddard on Mar 14, 2011 11:58 PM
|Yvonne Rowe||RE: Lee Allen Watson|
And I'd probably take a photo of the grave and post a note that the marker is missing, but he/she/they are there. Wonder if the funeral home could put in one of those little frames with the person's name, birth and death dates, and age at death. We've found several at both the IOOF and Knights of Pythias cemeteries.
Added by Yvonne Rowe on Mar 13, 2011 9:26 PM
|Yvonne Rowe||RE: Lee Allen Watson|
You're quite welcome! I found several memorials for which we didn't get marker photos and made a list of them so we could search some more. It was in the process of copying down the info that I noticed the date discrepancy. He's on our list, but since you're said his marker is missing, then we'll scratch that one off. We did find several markers with no information on them and several bases where there apparently used to be markers but are no longer there. We also have some where information was covered up or sufficiently obscured as to not have what we need, so we're going to re-take some next time we're up there.
Added by Yvonne Rowe on Mar 13, 2011 5:22 PM
|Yvonne Rowe||Lee Allen Watson|
Hi! We went through the Knights of Pythias cemetery in Bandon and took photos of the whole place. In going through and creating memorials for people who didn't have one already and adding photos to memorials set up by others, I came across your memorial for Mr. Watson. We didn't have a photo for his marker so we'll be going back sometime to see if we can find it. We did notice that you have him dying about 60-some years before he was born. You'll probably want to fix that. And if you have any recollection of the approximate location of his marker, that would help in locating it. Thanks!
Added by Yvonne Rowe on Mar 11, 2011 11:49 PM
|Jan||Rector Artemus Johnson|
Information added as per your request. Thank you for researching it. ~ Jan
Added by Jan on Mar 08, 2011 7:13 PM
|Donna Lyle Alumbaugh||Transfer|
Thank you for quick transfer. Wishing you the best. Donna
Added by Donna Lyle Alumbaugh on Jan 18, 2011 4:24 PM
|Linda G.||Alice C Splude's grave|
Julie, I will be happy to take the photo for you, but this is Wisconsin and the cemetery is covered with snow right how. I am familiar there because I have already done photography work in the cemetery for the West Allis Historical Society. But Alice's grave is not on the list that I did. I live only a few minutes away, so when the weather is better and snow is melted, I will be able to do the photo for you. I won't click on "claim" yet because that gives me only 2 weeks to take it and WI winters last much longer than 2 weeks. You will hear from me in the spring. I hope this is ok for your needs.
Added by Linda G. on Jan 11, 2011 6:21 PM
|Joanne Thomas||Oscar Thomas FAG #51951176|
Oscar was the second child of George William "G.W. Kentuck" Thomas and Caroline Thomas. Born about 1862, Kentuck Inlet, Coos County, Oregon he died in a hunting accident as a teen - about 1880.
Added by Joanne Thomas on Nov 14, 2010 12:53 PM
|Joanne Thomas||Opal Thomas FAG #51951144|
Opal Thomas is really Opal Martin; b. 1 June 1926, North Bend, Coos County, Oregon; d. 26 April 1930, St. Agnes Baby Home, Park Place, Clackamas County, Oreogn; buried 27 April 1930, Park Place. She was the daughter of William Garland Martin and Elizabeth Thomas Martin. Information taken from her death certificate.
Elizabeth did have an infant; Velma Mary (the family called it Skeezix); would have been born about to 1920 and died about 1921 (10 months old); buried at Kentuck Thomas Cemetery in an unmarked grave.
North Bend, Oregon
Added by Joanne Thomas on Nov 14, 2010 12:46 PM
|Anita M.||James Riley Hopkins|
Does James's journal give any information about the deaths of his three children in March of 1892? Would love to find where they are buried. Thank you, Anita
Added by Anita M. on Nov 01, 2010 10:59 AM
|Anita M.||James Riley Hopkins|
James is a relative of mine. There were many in the family involved in the United Brethern Church. Are you related too? Anita
Added by Anita M. on Oct 25, 2010 6:35 PM