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Diane L. Martenet (#47291663)
 member for 6 years, 6 months, 15 days
Eubank Family
Good morning,

While continuing research on my 4th great grandparents, Achilles Jackson Eubank and Mary Polly Bush Eubank, it appears we have duplicate pages for these ancestors. Since your pages were created before those that are currently managed by me, I would be happy to transfer my information to your pages and delete my duplicates. So far, I've found two duplicates, but as we drill down to descendants of these two, I'm sure we'll find other duplicates.

The two I currently show as duplicates are:

Achilles Eubank. My memorial is 161162455 and yours is 109974735. It appears these are definitely the same individuals. I've done extensive research on Achilles and would like the information in my memorial to be transferred pretty much as written.

The second is his wife. I have her as Mary Polly Bush Eubank (88076052) and you have her as Elizabeth Bush Eubank (109974867). Before I delete my memorial, I was wondering if you could share more information about your memorial. I have found no record of my ancestor having a first or middle name of Elizabeth. Also, my memorial has her having died Feb 4, 1830 based on the book "Old Graveyards of Clark County, Kentucky" while your memorial shows her death as having been in 1820.

How should we go about getting my memorial information transferred to you so I can delete my duplicates?

Jon Roberts

Added by JRoberts on Nov 26, 2016 5:18 AM

Marlene Willick
Nathan Pulliam's wife
Hi Diane,

All of Nathan Pulliam's deeds, in both Louisa County, Virginia and in Kentucky identify his wife as Mary [likely Mary Jennings, daughter of Moody Jennings]. If you have something that names her as Sarah, I'd be very interested in identifying this record. Thank you for your willingness to share genealogical information!

Marlene Willick

Added by Marlene Willick on Jun 27, 2016 10:53 AM

Scott Shoup
Yes, I did check before making the memorial and yours did not show up.

Added by Scott Shoup on Sep 19, 2015 11:03 AM

Ken Kelly
Thomas Hatch #34355039
Thomas Hatch #34355039 was my 9th Great Grandfather. Are you also his descendant? I'm an amateur Genealogist. Would you care to exchange/share a Family Tree/Lineage? Thank you very much for your consideration.
Ken Kelly,

Added by Ken Kelly on Aug 21, 2015 6:46 PM

Pamela Jean-Ludington-Wallstead-Rice
Clidence, Klinedinst Family
Hi Diane. We are related through the Clidence Family. My 4th great-grandmother was Elizabeth Clidence/Klinedienst or any of the other various spellings of the last name. I know you are related to her sister, Mary Ann. Can you tell me how so I can figure our what our relationship is to each other? You can answer here or email me at Thanks I look forward to hearing from you. I have added a couple of pictures to Mary Ann's memorial. Hope you have them or if not, I would be glad to send them to you!

Pamela Ludington-Wallstead-Rice

Added by Pamela Jean-Ludington-Wal... on Jun 07, 2015 9:08 PM

C. Scott
Mary McClain
Hi Diane, Links have been added to Mary McClain's Memorial. Thanks, C. Scott

Added by C. Scott on Apr 02, 2015 4:18 PM

tim moore
Pike Township History
Sorry to contact you this way but I've been trying to contact you through your Yahoo email which doesn't seem active anymore. If you can, please contact me at my email address here on Find A Grave.

Thank you, Tim

Added by tim moore on Feb 14, 2015 8:54 AM

Nancy French Crosno
Matthew Delaney's Civil War Status
Sorry Diane I forgot to put the full name of the man I sent the previous message about.
Matthew Delaney, Find A Grave # 57492276
Thanks again...

Added by Nancy French Crosno on Apr 21, 2014 3:53 PM

Nancy French Crosno
Matthew's Civil War Status
Hello Diane,
First of all let me thank you for your contributions to Find A Grave. The work you have contributed is immensely appreciated.
Next, according to the U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 List Matthew did serve in Co. F 3rd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry but is listed as a UNION soldier.
On the American Civil War Soldiers List it states Matthew enlisted as a UNION soldier in Company F, 3rd Infantry Regiment Kentucky on 8 Oct 1861, at Camp Wolford.
Enlisted as a Private on 3 November 1861.
Received a disability discharge from Company F, 3rd Infantry Regiment Kentucky on 21 Sep 1863 at Nashville, TN.
There is a possibility there is another Matthew Delaney but I have not found one.
Would you consider looking further into the matter and if CONFEDERATE is incorrect changing it?
Thank you for your consideration in this matter.

Added by Nancy French Crosno on Apr 21, 2014 3:49 PM

The Collector
Rev James Quisenberry
Regarding your request to connect James Quisenberry to his parents, Aaron and Joyce (Dudley), I do not connect to memorials with a "burial unknown". - Pat

Added by The Collector on Dec 19, 2013 10:20 AM

Jane from MI
Lydia Young Hatch
Thank you for making the memorial for Lydia Young Hatch #59390421. Do you have a source for her maiden name and connecting her to John Young #51533688 and Abigail Howland Young #51533778? I see that in a lot of trees but can't find a source. I descend from their daughter Martha who married Sylvannus Cottle. Thanks for you help. Jane from MI

Added by Jane from MI on Aug 07, 2013 4:54 PM

William Taber
James Andrews
A polite request would have received a positive response. I see that you have created a new non-existent cemetery in Cass County. His burial is actually in nearby Carroll County in Seceder Cemetery.

Added by William Taber on Apr 09, 2013 4:01 PM

Delaney, Matthew
(1836-1915) Its quoted "Company F Confederate Army, Kentucky Infantry." I know what confederate is but, what does Company F mean?

Added by Franklin on Mar 28, 2013 9:02 AM

Valerie Thompson
RE: Southern/Scott
I live in Kentucky. My greatgrandmother was Judy Bell Brown, daughter of John Harve Brown and Nannie Southern. Judy married Eugene Thompson.

Nannie Southern's parents were George Southern and Mary Bell Scott.

Added by Valerie Thompson on Jan 13, 2012 8:33 PM

Michelle Hektor
Catherine "Kitty" Johannes Martenet
Thank you for clearing up some history for me! Kitty was my 3rd great grand aunt, and I wasn't sure of the location of her gravesite. Thank you for creating this memorial to her.
Michelle Hektor

Added by Michelle Hektor on Sep 08, 2011 10:39 AM

James T. (Jim) Fussell
Simon Marenet & Philena Fussell Martenet
Hello "cousin" Diane,

I am the great, great grandson of Jacob Fussell (1819-1912) who was the older brother of your (am I right?) ancestor Philena Fussell (1828-1892).

Thank you for all your additions to the Find A Grave website. Yours,


Added by James T. (Jim) Fussell on Feb 25, 2011 6:15 PM


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