I added a photo of Marie's marker to your memorial page for you.
Added by LShue on Oct 28, 2014 2:40 PM
|cindy treadway||old rock springs cemetery|
There are four Memorials for Kimbro that need to be moved to the Newer Rock Springs Cemetery under the Hickman County, Ky. Please transfer these Memorials or transfer them to me and I will do it. I have more information to add to my family and all these Kimbro are close family members. Thank you.
Added by cindy treadway on Oct 25, 2014 1:16 AM
|cindy treadway||Herschel Kimbro|
Herschel Kimbro is my granduncle, the older brother of my maternal grandmother Kate Kimbro Vaughan. He is buried by her. Walter was his father and Bessie Russell his mother. I am also researching my Kimbro and other relations. How is your family related?
I will be happy to share information too and answer any questions you may have about them. My grandmother had a little cup and spoon that her mother, Bess, used to feed Herschel with. I don't know if Hershel actually died on that date or not but since Kate was born a few months later in 1908, who knows.
Added by cindy treadway on Oct 07, 2014 5:31 PM
|cindy treadway||Transfer a Memorial to me.|
Would you please transfer my grandpa's memorial to me? Findagrave # is 66554401 Wayne Kimbro Vaughan in Rock Springs listed in Fulton County, Ky. Thanks! Cindy Treadway
Added by cindy treadway on Aug 23, 2014 5:10 PM
Edie Lynd Russell and Alice Marie Ardnt are my maternal great-grandparents. May I ask how you came about the information about Julius please? I am trying to find out anything about the Russells (my name sake).
Rusty (Russell Lynd Mills)
Added by Rusty_Mills_61 on Jul 23, 2014 11:50 AM
|history detective||RE: Sarah Cazier|
Thank you for transferring Sarah Caxier to me. Carol
Added by history detective on Jun 29, 2014 7:33 AM
|history detective||Sarah Cazier|
Thank you for transferring Sarah Cazier, my 3X great granmother, to me.
Added by history detective on Jun 29, 2014 7:32 AM
|history detective||Sarah Cazier|
Sarah Cazier was my 3rd great grandmother. I would like to maintain her Find-a-Grave. Would you please transfer it to me?
Added by history detective on Jun 01, 2014 2:44 PM
|Anonymous||Jarboe -ARE You a Blood line|
George H. Jarboe Jr (1914 - 2000)
2nd cousin 2x removed
George Henry Jarboe (1881 - )
father of George H. Jarboe Jr
George B Jarboe (1839 - 1900)
father of George Henry Jarboe
Benedict Jarboe (1804 - 1884)
father of George B Jarboe
Added by Anonymous on Dec 30, 2013 6:17 AM
|William M. Wood||Virginia Holmes Wood # 100498537|
Thanks for posting this memorial. I was wondering what happened to Virginia. Capt Wood was living n Bristol still in 1900, so I didn't know where or when Virginia passed.
How did you know her history? Are you related to her?
I am related to Capt James Harvey Wood of the 37th Stonewall Brigade Company D.
Added by William M. Wood on Dec 27, 2013 2:30 AM
|Lisa Moschkau||Fuchs photos|
I am wondering if I could have permission to use your Fuchs photos both for the book I'm preparing for my grandson about his family tree and for my Ancestry site if I credit you as the photographer.
Lisa Peterson Moschkau
Added by Lisa Moschkau on Nov 23, 2013 9:14 PM
|Harriett Worrell||Logan Cemetery|
I have checked for the Logan Cemetery in Montgomery Co.,MO. It isn't in Montgomery Co., but in Warren Co.,MO.
Added by Harriett Worrell on Nov 07, 2013 6:05 AM
|Bruce & Brenda||John Dasch (Dash)|
I'm hoping you can help in verifying for me if the spelling you have for John is from a head stone or from another source. My great-grand Father is John Dash who died by being hit by a train as described on the site page. (I'm fairly sure this would be the same person.) I have a different birth date then what is listed. If your info is from a head stone, do remember where in he was buried. I can make my way to the grave site sometime this week if needed. (If I do make it there is there anything I can get for you?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Added by Bruce & Brenda on Oct 02, 2013 1:00 PM
|Mark Lanan||Stephen Alchin GILLIARD|
Stephen's mother is buried in Philadelphia. Memorial #92802354. His father, Frederick William GILLIARD, died in England
Mark C. LANAN
Added by Mark Lanan on Oct 02, 2013 10:13 AM
|W girl||Leonard and Margaret Buttner|
Do you have any information about what they died of since they both died on the same date?
Added by W girl on Sep 24, 2013 4:48 PM
|Ray Bartlett||Charles & Anna Schaible|
I added the tombstone pictures for you.
Added by Ray Bartlett on Sep 05, 2013 2:23 AM
|Dee E||RE: St. Paul's Lutheran|
Really, The Baltimore Sun? I could only find 4 mentions for all the ones I photographed there. If you'd have sent the entire obit, I'd have added it to the memorial with the newspaper source.
I have family there, also & only intended to get shots of their stones but some monuments were so unusual I tried to cover it all. That was my last trip so you can add the rest with your photos from your visit. There are at least 400 more.
Doing the updates now & will credit you with the information, in case anyone has a question.
Added by Dee E on Jun 27, 2013 4:46 PM
|Dee E||St. Paul's Lutheran|
When I updated the 15 memorials the other day, I thought they were your relatives, all buried in St. Paul's German Lutheran Cemetery. The 23 updates that are left, all from the same cemetery have many different surnames so I thought perhaps you're getting your information from RootsWeb or Ancestry. I don't like to use those sites as they aren't reliable & I've had a problem in the past when someone sent me dates from Rootsweb & a true relative corrected me. Let me know if any are relatives & I'll gladly add the info or transfer. Dee
Added by Dee E on Jun 24, 2013 3:48 PM
|Dianne Mayes||Hester Smith Date of Birth|
Thank you for sending me her date of birth.
I'm sure that you had a reliable source for that date.
I called my mother-in-law, Wilma Smith Mayes as she has the Family Bible. In addition, she also knew Hester and grew up down the road from her.
Wilma's father was Lee Allison Smith, son of Hester.Wilma called Hester "Grannie " and they were especially close.
Wilma says Hester's dob was June 23,1873. That is also the date for her in the Bible. Wilma has this date in her memory as well as from the Bible.
I have to go with Wilma's date because she has no doubt that it's the correct date.
Wilma and I are most interested where you got your date. I'm probably more interested than Wilma, because I'm the one doing the Family History in our branch of this family.
I started my Mayes research in 1997. You know how it goes...every time you add a female another branch grows out of the tree!!
Looking forward to hearing from you. If I can help in anyway please let me know
Dianne Lawrence Mayes
Fort Worth, Texas
P.S. You probably know, but I'm trying to link my families together in Find A Grave.
Added by Dianne Mayes on Jun 23, 2013 7:59 PM
|Dee E||St. Paul's|
All updates are completed & thanks for sending them..Dee
Added by Dee E on Jun 21, 2013 5:10 PM
I just made the changes on the memorial. Thanks for the additional information.
Added by Jessi-Schnittchen on May 24, 2013 10:19 PM
|Donna Carter||RE: Meier Family|
thanks for the quick response. Always trying to gather a few more pieces to the family tree puzzle.
Have a great weekend
Added by Donna Carter on May 22, 2013 10:58 AM
|Donna Carter||Meier family information|
Hello Joe. I am indirectly related to the Meier family. Have other family members in this cemetery. Wondering how/where your information came from so maybe I can work up my own family's cemetery locations. Are you basing your info on obits, death certs, cemetery maps(hoping for access to this), or an interment book (hoping one exists)? I'm looking to place many of the Overdick family members. Death certs tell me this is where they lay.
Added by Donna Carter on May 22, 2013 8:25 AM
|history detective||Sarah M. Cazier|
Thank you for adding my G-G-G-grandmother to Find-a-Grave. My sister and I visited her grave about two and a half years ago and I do have a photo of her grave stone (I just have to find it). We also got a copy of the lot card, which I would be happy to scan and send to you. Sarah's husband was Robert W. Cazier (not sure why the Sun showed him as Ira), who died in 1910 and is buried in the plot but his grave is unmarked. Also there are Sarah's parents, sister, son and daughters (only one child survived past shildhood) and granddaughter.
Added by history detective on May 05, 2013 6:57 PM
|Sandy Kidder||John & Evelyn Wirth|
The changes have been made that you suggested. Thanks for the added info.
Added by Sandy Kidder on Apr 27, 2013 5:37 AM