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anne (#47359288)
 member for 3 years, 10 months, 8 days
RE: CalIsta Jones LeFurgey
Hi Anne - I'm not family so your choice re transfer. Txs for reply - Thank You for all that you do for Find A Grave - much appreciated.

Added by Marguerite on Apr 25, 2014 10:28 PM

John Barker
Have you thought about asking for a transfer of your relatives? I would be most happy to transfer any relatives I have of yours, so long as I am not related. Having family willing to claim and maintain their family's memorial is great. cheryl

Added by Cheryl on Apr 06, 2014 3:10 PM

john gibney
RE: Henry Phillips Jackson
It's Me.
Thanks, John

Added by john gibney on Feb 16, 2014 1:32 PM

Patrica Shearer
Jackson Family
Anne, There is a headstone for B. Frank Jackson next to Sarah and Joseph Jackson in Pine Grove Cemetery, Lynn. I have posted a pix on his memorial #41504775 in case it is of interest to you.

Added by Patrica Shearer on Jan 31, 2014 9:05 AM

Iain MacFarlaine
RE: Francis Xavier O'Connell
Thank you, Anne!

I don't think I have ever received such extravagant praise.


Added by Iain MacFarlaine on Jan 17, 2014 10:20 AM

Elmer Lefurgey
Hi! In regards to your photo request, can you please call the cemetery and obtain the grave location (Section & Lot numbers) and ask them whether or not there is a grave marker? Please post this information to the memorial or send it to me.

Forest Home Cemetery: 708-366-1900 or 773-287-0772

Forest Home is a huge cemetery with well over 70,000 burials, and the information is needed in order to find someone there and take a photo of a grave. I go here regularly, and just since August I have found over 200 graves at Forest Home that had the location information provided. Thank you! Ace

Added by Ace on Oct 14, 2013 7:21 PM

L. Winge
RE: George O. and Anna DuClos
Your welcome, also checked around for Eliza no other stones in lot.

Added by L. Winge on Sep 07, 2013 11:26 PM

Nancy (Cowley) Weise
I'm entering a Vitus John Koel 1906-1988 into Calvary in Spooner, Washburn CO. WI. He was born in Caledonia to John Peter Koel and Elizabeth (Schmitz) Koel. John died right after Vitus was born. Have you run across any info about him? I can't find a death date. His widow had Vitus and Carl to raise.

Added by Nancy (Cowley) Weise on Aug 27, 2013 7:17 PM

Thanks for the effort to link Julia Young Gonia Rivard with her second husband. Peg

Added by Peg on Aug 24, 2013 7:42 AM

Patrick Andrus
RE: Calvin Pratt
Hello Anne,
Nice to hear from you. Yes, Calvin's footstone was next to Rosetta and their son Alonzo's headstones. I know from Alonzo's will that he left money to pay for all three monuments. I checked my pictures to see if there was a panorama shot of the graves, but sorry to say, there's not.
Calvin was born March 2, 1784 at Framingham, Middlesex County, Mass.
Rosetta's maiden name was Campbell. I got that information from you :)
I was there in the Spring. That explains the green grass!
Thanks for the good work,

Added by Patrick Andrus on Jul 28, 2013 12:49 PM

Lyle Rockwell
RE: Westgate / PRATT
I did not find Calvin's tombstone, however now that I know that Rosetta was his wife, I will stop to the cemetery and take a 2nd look near her tombstone. There are several stones near hers that are broken so perhaps I did not recognize.
You had me stumped with the Westgate name, so the Rosetta name was the only name like hers so I photographed hers only to find out when I returned home and looked it up to find that she was actually the one you were looking for

Added by Lyle Rockwell on Jul 22, 2013 12:37 PM

bern b
RE: Hannah Washborn
Glad you figured it out & have an answer. Are you related to Washburns? I know they were in the area. There was a prominent family in Brewster who's matriarch was Caroline Washburn Wells.

Added by bern b on Jun 16, 2013 9:14 PM

Gary Boughton

Looks like the name is actually Hannah Morehouse.


Added by Gary Boughton on Jun 16, 2013 2:31 PM

Little Macomber
RE: Shelmadine
Hi Anne,

Bornt is my distant Uncle. Bornt and Benjamin (grandparent) Schelmendein Shelmadine are brothers. Benjamin came first in my direction then went to PA. Ben's son William is another grandfather that in buried in PA. The remainder of William's family came back to my area in NNY as the bear hunting war poor in PA. LOL true story.

I'm just trying to connect all the family again. Take a look at my Shelmidines/Shelmadines. Perhaps we can work together to connect more...

Janet Little Fish

Added by Little Macomber on Jun 03, 2013 9:43 AM

Eugene Hildebrand
Hi Anne, I have added the information you sent, thank you. Also added the view so you can see what a pretty spot he is in. Might his parents be interred there as well?

Added by Colletta on Apr 13, 2013 5:32 PM

Connie Saculla
RE: George LeFurgey
You are so welcome Anne, he's in a beautiful cemetery ! I love your personal photo of George

Added by Connie Saculla on Mar 08, 2013 7:01 PM

William Kenneth LeFurgey
Thank you for the information. I have now linked his memorial to Alice Rhodes' memorial.

Added by Essex on Mar 08, 2013 8:45 AM

Floral Designer
RE: Vincent Duvigneaud
Location is.. sect 14/285/grave 7

Added by Floral Designer on Feb 02, 2013 8:55 AM

Floral Designer
Gate Of Heaven request
I need a location Please, once posted, It can be done with in 24 hours Thank you, Office Number
914-769-3673, just got back, filled 35 of them with locations.

Added by Floral Designer on Jan 31, 2013 2:10 PM

James Niles
Hi Anne,

No problem, its never a burden for me to help (or unintentionally hinder)someone looking for a gravestone. As for James I have the entire cemetery you had his memorial listed in photographed. If he not in my files, his marker is either unreadable and has been for over eighty years, he's not there, never had a marker or the marker wasn't one to withstand New England weather and no longer exists. Something that might be of help to you in finding any Connecticut people your looking for is the "Hale Collection" It was a survey done in the 1930's to inventory all gravestones in the state. When I fill requests I go by this first to see if the person is possibly in the requested cemetery. If there not listed in the Hale, its 999.9 percent chance there not there. I've only found it wrong once in all the time I've been using it. Second, I'll go through all the photos I've taken for that cemetery to see if I have it. Sorry I didn't have James. If you send me the information you have on him, birth date, place, death date place, I'll see if I can track down any possibilities for you. He could even be in the cemetery you had his memorial in, just the grave could now be unmarked. Here's a link that might be of help to you. Good Luck. "Hale Collection" is...

Added by brianz190 on Jul 28, 2012 2:01 AM

Jacqueline Baker
Hi Anne,

Wow! I am so impressed! I love what you have done here with the all the information you have added and the paternal and Maternal Ancestry. I need to get to work!! Thanks for the correction on Gaspar. The May birth date was a typo. Thanks for catching it!!


Added by Jacqueline Baker on Jul 15, 2012 8:31 AM

Bob on Gallows Hill
RE: John H. Jackson
Hi, Anne,

You're very welcome. In the meantime, I revisited the family plot and have added photos for his mother and dad, as well as the reverse of his tombstone.

I have also added photos for Mary Millett Jackson (born 02-18-1821 in Plaistow, N.H. Died 08-04-1887 in Athol, Massachusetts) and William Jackson II (11-19-1817/03-30-1883).

I tried to find William and Elizabeth, per your photo requests, but no legible marker for either of them was present. I did take other photos in both Jackson lots, including for: Mary Jackson, died 01-21-1948, aged 88 years, 14 days; Winfield Jackson, 05-22-1898/10-27-1915; Isabel Somerby Jackson, 01-11-1855/08-20-1942; Richard Dowst, 03-10-1801/03-15-1881; and Mary Dowst, 05-03-1830/07-01-1895. Also some illegible stones.

If you would like to add memorials for these folks I'll be glad to email the photos to you. Give me a shout.

Added by Bob on Gallows Hill on Apr 07, 2012 10:55 AM

Gary Boughton
RE: Phebe Wood
See her memorial.


Added by Gary Boughton on Sep 04, 2011 3:18 PM

Grace Younglove Hudson
Deborah Younglove
No new evidence, Deborah's parents are still unidentified.
Just in case you don't know Thelma Butler passed away 3 Nov 2000.

RE: THE MONROE BOOK, Being the History of the MUNOR Clan From its Origins in Scotland To Settlement in New England And Migration to the West, 1652-1850 and Beyond by Joan P. Guilford, Ph.D.

Part Three: John of Bristol, Rhode Island, Being a Compendium of Descendants Identified through Seven Generations.

Source states, "Deborah Younglove was no doubt a descendant of Rev. John2 (Samuel1) Younglove, first pastor of Suffield, CT and it is thought by Thelma (Younglove) Butler of Temple, TX, after yrs. of Younglove research, that she was the daughter of John4, (Samuel3, John2, Samuel1)."

Added by Grace Younglove Hudson on Sep 03, 2011 5:29 PM

Capt. Joseph Dykeman
Anne: check out the Capt.'s bio - finally found him! Shirleen

Added by history4sure on Aug 21, 2011 11:36 PM


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