Found her. Her second husband was Atwater and you do have a picture of her headstone. Thanks for your trouble.
Added by CherylA on Sep 16, 2014 9:54 AM
|CherylA||RE: Maria J. Vincent Bisbee|
Thanks for responding. I wondered the same thing myself, why wasn't she buried in Pennsylvania. I doubt if you missed the stone. I do have people though that the family didn't bother with a stone. Probably a lack of funds.
I have corresponded with the creator of the memorial before. I guess I'll ask him what his source is for her burial.
Thanks again for responding.
Added by CherylA on Sep 16, 2014 9:37 AM
|CherylA||Maria J. Vincent Bisbee|
I see you've taken and posted pictures to the Bisbees in the East Conneaut Cemetery. Do you know off hand if Maria Vincent Bisbee has a headstone? I'm assuming if she did you would have taken a picture and posted it. I thought I ask before I make a trip to the cemetery. Thanks for your help, Cheryl
Added by CherylA on Sep 15, 2014 10:40 PM
|Charlene Sloan||RE: Ann Sharp|
Nancy - My grandmother,on my father's side, was a Loomis. I have followed her family back to the American Revolution - Nathaniel Reynolds and my cousin has followed her family back to the Mayflower - Stephen Hopkins. I don't know if there is any connection to your family but you have my email address if I can share anything with you. Isn't this fun! Charlene
Added by Charlene Sloan on Sep 11, 2014 9:03 AM
|Charlene Sloan||Ann Sharp|
You are absolutely right, and I knew that lol. I just got so excited to find two of her daughters that I lost my head for a moment. Thanks. Charlene
Added by Charlene Sloan on Sep 10, 2014 9:35 PM
|slvrhalo69||RE: Helen Johnston Burge|
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could help out :)
Added by slvrhalo69 on Sep 04, 2014 7:29 PM
|Amy Elizabeth||Julius Benson #97469274|
Hi Nancy, thank you for posting the photos of Julius' headstone and burial plot. It's much appreciated :)
Added by Amy Elizabeth on Aug 27, 2014 4:16 AM
|Deanna Arnett||RE: Bertha Fales- Montville Cemetery|
They were in Montville, Geauga, Ohio in 1880 Census, had 6 children, Fred 14, Byron 12, Fruland 9, Louis 3 and twins Hattie and Hettie 3 months. Fales was transcribed as Tales.
In 1900 Willard 65 and daughter Hattie 20, were in Waynoka, Woods, Oklahoma. He is listed as widower.
In 1910 they are in the same place and he is living with the now married Hattie and her husband, William L Goodale and 3 children, Mertie 12, Earl 8 & Fern 2. (Mertie may be Wms daughter from a prior marriage). Hattie died in 1917, Find A Grave Memorial# 56835348.
I haven't found any info on the death of her parents, Willard & Harriett. I would think that he died in Waynoka, Oklahoma since he was living with her family in 1910.
Added by Deanna Arnett on Aug 04, 2014 11:56 AM
|Linda Morice||RE: John & Louise Olmstead|
Thanks for the transfer. I don't ask for transfers, but am always happy to get family members.
Added by Linda Morice on Jul 27, 2014 4:17 PM
Hi Nancy, Very nice to meet you... I'd like to ask your permission to use the photo of John Olds's, Find A Grave ID# 84005063 Headstone on my family tree. I will certainly give you proper credit. Thank you so very much for your consideration with this... ~Tammy
Added by TammyLewisPriebe on Jun 02, 2014 6:32 AM
|Vicki Edwards||Photo of Ernest Albert Rickard's Marker|
Thank you for the 2 beautiful photos of Ernest Rickard's marker. I'm researching the Rickard family as one of my Great Great Grandmothers was a Rickard. Ernest was one of her brothers. I really do appreciate you going out in the snow to take the photos, they are wonderful!
Vicki Edwards, Los Angeles
Added by Vicki Edwards on Mar 05, 2014 4:59 PM
|Sharon Negraiff Ellis||Nancy Daly Smith & Norman Smith|
Nancy, Thank you ever so much for these photo's. They mean the world to me. My Great Great grandparents that took forever to find their names, never mind graves! Would it be possible to have the photo's sent to my email with a larger size & DPI? I would like to play with it to see if I can get more of Norman's. I am not even sure he is buried there, as his death date wasn't inscribed. Now their family is my next brick wall. Thank you for your time & wonderful photo's. You have made my day!
Added by Sharon Negraiff Ellis on Jul 06, 2013 4:40 AM
|Michelle||RE: Philips at Godfrey Corners Cemetery|
I took about 25 photos from that cemetery that I have not uploaded yet. The Phillips were kinda sectioned off in the front left hand corner of the cemetery. There were a few more stones in there. The other Phillip's that I took was Asaph Phillips who died November 19, 1877 at 82 years of age. I don't live too far from this cemetery so if Asaph is not who you are looking for just let me know and I will go up and look for her husband or any other ones that you need.
Added by Michelle on May 13, 2013 2:06 PM
|John Dodd||Photo for Corintha Gillet Smith|
Thank you Nancy,
I too get carried away with extended family members, there is just something about seeing them linked up that give me a good fuzzy feeling. I do it on my own family tree and I keep telling myself that they validate my info. When it comes time to printing the tree I'll see how much the extended family will cost me.
Thank you so much for this validation.
Are you familiar with www.iagenweb.org, so far I am impressed with the Story Co., Genealogy section. You can get to all the states on the site.
Added by John Dodd on Apr 03, 2013 3:54 PM
|John Holle||RE: Sylvanus Evans|
You are welcome.
I see from your bio that you are a direct descendant of Joseph Loomis. Me too! My great-grandmother Josie was the daughter of Herschel who was from Lodi and moved to Lagrange Indiana.
My daughter moved to Windsor CT a couple of years ago so on a visit I went to the original Loomis home and the graveyard. Quite a thrill for me.
Added by John Holle on Mar 22, 2013 6:07 AM
|mudd805||RE: Johnstons in Fansler Cemetery|
I have photographed this entire cemetery, i also have a spreadsheet of everyone that I have found so far that is buried there. If there is any info I can help you with please let me know.
Added by mudd805 on Mar 04, 2013 1:45 PM
|Jeff247||RE: Loomis at Sennett Cemetery|
You're welcome. Sennett Rural Cemetery is a very small cemetery and I looked twice thru the cemetery & the area where that "vintage stone" would have been. No Loomis's in that area. The other 2 Loomis were in a different area.
There is also an Old Sennett Cemetery. It's small too but all stones are before 1850. I'm having lunch a couple miles from the "other" Sennett cemetery. I'll stop by and let you know if I find any Loomis's.
Added by Jeff247 on Nov 19, 2012 11:44 AM
|abby||RE: Esther Loomis #99590288|
I transferred to you let me know if it worked. Seemed like it may not have. Glad I was able to help, hate those road blocks in our research.
Nancy B (abby)
Added by abby on Nov 01, 2012 8:33 AM
|Robbin Allan Quinn||Stone|
Having same problem. We have a cousin in WI and he is a retired history prof. I'll send him an email and see what he can find. Get back with you soon I hope
Added by Robbin Allan Quinn on Jan 14, 2012 8:29 AM
|Robbin Allan Quinn||Fales family|
My grandmother was Virginia Edith Bean, daughter of William A Bean & Edith Augusta Fales. I'm doing the genealogy work for our family. Seems we are a tad related. Been following your work in Find A Grave and thank you. My mother was Cleo Winona Scoville
Added by Robbin Allan Quinn on Jan 13, 2012 11:11 AM
|Ralph Satterfield||RE: Irwin Family|
You're very welcome for the photos. It was a pleasure finding this little cemetery. Situated on a very rural hilltop...a great place to spend ones eternity. As you said, it was a beautiful day to be out taking pictures and checking out all of the old headstones. My wife and I enjoyed the outing.
Added by Ralph Satterfield on Sep 18, 2011 6:47 PM
|RMH||Sabra Woodworth Heath|
I can transfer both Sabra and her husband to you if you want it. Do you know who Livingston Heath is ? There's a couple more Heaths that I've photographed if you want those also. I loved Sabra's Headstone and took the picture, she's not related to me. I didn't want the elements to destroy it without having some record of it. Also their are lots more Woodworth's in the cemetery that might be related to you.
Added by RMH on Jul 16, 2011 3:24 PM