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J. G. in NC (#47309995)
 member for 6 years, 3 months, 6 days
Ray Mullins
RE: Lawrence J. WOODRUFF #103301704
You're quite welcome. Thanks for fixing it.

Added by Ray Mullins on Sep 14, 2016 2:32 PM

Nora C
RE: Frances Mary Wilson Stevens and Frances Stevens John
I said William's wife's name was Alice; I meant to say Agnes. Alice was my other grandmother Sorry for the confusion on my part.

Added by Nora C on Sep 13, 2016 6:19 PM

Nora C
RE: Frances Mary Wilson Stevens and Frances Stevens John
I don't think so; I think it may be due to illness as William died on Sept 26, 1918 and his wife Alice died on October 12, 1918. My grandmother was four so she was adopted by family friends. However she never lost touch with those two sisters.

Added by Nora C on Sep 13, 2016 6:08 PM

Nora C
Frances Mary Wilson Stevens and Frances Stevens John
You did the Memorial for both so I was wondering what info you had on both women. I think they may be the same person. I know that Frances Mary Wilson was my grandmother's sister. She married Ward Stevens,but when I knew her as a young woman, I knew her as Aunt Mary Johns from Franklinville. She and their sister, Lucy Meacham visited my grandmother often through the years. If you have any information to clear this up, please message me.

Added by Nora C on Sep 13, 2016 11:17 AM

Margaret
Olson 132878539
Sorry, I failed to mention that I have sent a SAC for the edits.

Thanks again,
Margaret

Added by Margaret on Aug 26, 2016 6:10 PM

Margaret
132878537
Thank you for creating the memorial for Donald Wm. "Bud" Olson. According to his obituary, he died in the Arlington Hospital in Arlington, Virginia. (where he resided) on 5 April 2005.

The obit also notes his birth was in Lakefield, Minnesota, which is Jackson County.

The obit for "Bud" and for his wife, Helen were at the Everly Wheatley Funeral Home in Arlington, Va. Legacy.com has both obits.

Your help is appreciated,
Margaret

Added by Margaret on Aug 26, 2016 6:08 PM

J Gross
sarah cage
edit on memorial page:

Thank you so much for the additional information you provided. I have add it in the bio section of the memorial

Jennifer

Added by J Gross on Aug 02, 2016 6:14 PM

NFJ32
Rensselaer J Caswell
The item on Rensselaer is composed of 3 parts. The first from the Cuba Patriot and Free Press on the Friday after his death. The middle from a listing of headstones at Mt Prospect Cemetery, most likely from the Cattaraugus County GenWeb site, and the third from the Cattaraugus version of the local histories popular just before the earlier turn of the century, also on the GenWeb site quoted. I found the first part using FultonHistory.com and doing a search that involved the words Caswell, Cuba, and Lyndon. Be prepared to squint as you sort through images of old newspapers carrying combinations of your search words. Some of the most enjoyable articles are the ones unassociated with what you are actually looking for.

Added by NFJ32 on Jul 28, 2016 2:26 PM

R Corcoran
Baker Turner Bush Bryan
I saw a memorial you left that you visited the grave site of James Turner in Bedford, Virginia. I assume it is on private land? I would love to find the grave of my 6th great grandfather. Could you let me know where it is? I live in Roanoke only 40 minutes away.

Added by R Corcoran on Jul 23, 2016 7:05 AM

Marcia Snyder
John Snyder
Thank you for making the changes to John Snyder's memorial.
Marcia Snyder

Added by Marcia Snyder on Jun 06, 2016 1:49 PM

Peter Checksfield
Rosa Fuggle #122750000
I have just suggested edits for Rosa and Louisa Fuggle - please feel free to ignore the dates of death I have suggested - they are burial dates.

Peter

Added by Peter Checksfield on Mar 07, 2016 10:23 AM

Peter Checksfield
Elizabeth Cox #120374645
I have just posted a photograph on F-A-G that I am 75% certain is Elizabeth's grave. You presumably have used the Kent Archaelogical Society survey of the 1920s as your source and I have used this together with the more recent http://www.sbcofe.org/churches/biddenden/churchyard-map-and-grave-locator/
to try and locate the correct grave. According to the latter survey the stone is illegible bar "aged 67 years" - I can't even swear for sure that this says that but I believe I can just about make out Elizabeth. So using these clues and the surrounding stones I believe I have photographed the right memorial.

Peter

Added by Peter Checksfield on Mar 07, 2016 9:51 AM

Mike
Thank You! (Reeves' in Woodchurch, Kent, England)
I just wanted to say thank you for posting several Reeves related graves from All Saints Churchyard, Woodchurch, Kent England. I'm related this this Reeves family along another branch (John Reeves and Lydia Tolhurst from High Halden, Kent) and the information you provided will be very helpful in (hopefully) breaking through a brick wall on my primary family line!

I don't see the REEVES surname listed in your lineage, but if you're somehow related to these Reeves' from High Halden, Bethersden, Woodchurch, etc I'd be interested in chatting with you offline...please let me know!

Thanks again for your efforts and contributions...much appreciated!

Mike Reeves
Genealogy@TeamReeves.net
Virginia, USA

Added by Mike on Jan 04, 2016 11:14 PM

 
 

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