|Cyndi Thomas-Snokhous||Adele Frances Coble|
I am her cousin, Cyndi Snokhous, and I know that she and her husband had a daughter named Connie Ann. there are no messages on the find-a-grave. Can anyone help me out? Where is Connie Ann? THANKS
Added by Cyndi Thomas-Snokhous on Jul 29, 2016 1:39 PM
|V. Case Ford||107813123/ 98415724|
Birth: Oct. 12, 1867
Death: Jun. 6, 1930
Created by: Jim
Record added: Apr 04, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 107813123
This person is actually in Pond Cem, Fordtown Rd. The DC states "Fordtown" but it is not Fordtown Bapt Ch Cem. There is a photo attached of the marker shared with spouse Lee (107813093).
Could you delete his page in Fordtown Bapt please? Thanks, Val
Added by V. Case Ford on Jul 05, 2016 12:27 PM
Thank you so much for the picture!
Added by Patrick Quinn on Jul 01, 2016 4:18 PM
|Peggy Rowe||Lizzie Walker|
Hi, I live in Allen Oklahoma, I was at the Steedman Cemetery 2 years ago, and there are hardly any tomb stones with names on them. Most are just a sand stone ( no inscription ) where the graves are. all but 1 of the spirit houses are collapsed too.
Added by Peggy Rowe on Jun 17, 2016 11:21 PM
Thank you for the edits to my grandmother's memorial.
Added by Rambler5208 on Jun 15, 2016 10:52 AM
|Diane||Thomas Brown #65383386|
Thomas Brown and his wife Jane are at
Bethel, Kingston #69338218. I have been doing some searching on the Browns. The one at Bethel is
more fitting for him.I can't read the monument
but it may have been a memorial for him. A lot
of information on the Browns can be gotten on Roane County web site.
Thank You, Diane #48631527
Added by Diane on Jun 11, 2016 7:58 PM
|Ron Pyron||pecan gap texas|
davine, can you tell me how you have names and dates for my Swayne family at pecan gap, tx, but there is no photo? where did you get the names and dates. thanks for the information, ron in maryville, tn.
ps am going to pecan gap monday, june 6.
Added by Ron Pyron on Jun 04, 2016 7:59 PM
Thanks so much for providing me with her obituary. I modified it a bit so it fit within the Find A Grave guidelines and added it to her memorial. Have a great weekend!
Added by Seagull on Jun 04, 2016 12:41 PM
|Mary Ann Jones||Catherine"Kate" Dolphin Cassidy|
Catherine " Kate" is my husbands great grandmother. She and her husband Harry"Henry" Cassidy are buried in St. Joseph's cemetery in Pittsfield.
The obituary you have posted goes to Catherine Cassidy married to James Cassidy who lived in Adams Mass
I had to do a little digging because the obit listed an Elm Street residence and Harry and Catherine lived on Elm Street in Pittsfield. James and Catherine lived on Elm Street in Adams.
I don't have a memorial for Harry and Catherine but family assures me that our Catherine died in 1953 as indicated on the Mass death index. Mrs. James Cassidy died in 1936
the memorial # is 139861541
Mary Ann Jones
Added by Mary Ann Jones on Mar 01, 2016 6:38 AM
|Verna Wooten Bryant||Amanda Buckels McIntyre|
Thank you for the great job you did on my G.G. Grandmother's Memorial. I sent you an earlier message. God bless you! Sincerely, Verna Wooten Bryant
Added by Verna Wooten Bryant on Feb 10, 2016 11:37 AM
|Margaret Ezell||David Dempsey Rollins Error|
Hi, grateful for your hard work but there is an error on one of the pictures you have upload. The headstone is of the Father - David Dixon Rollins with his Wife Sharah Cain.
David Dempsey Rollins - b 3 Jan 1850 d 19 March 1923 m 4 Oct 1871 Margaret Lucinda Gammill. Burial: Mulkey-Rollins Cemetery Bude, Franklin, Mississippi
David Dixon Rollins b 4 Sept 1820 d 29 Aug 1877
m 26 Nov 1846 Sarah Cain
Burial - Rollins Cemetery, , Franklin, Mississippi
Please move the headstone picture on David Demsey's page to his Father David Dixon Rollins.
Added by Margaret Ezell on Jan 13, 2016 12:31 PM
|Rosa Nutt||RE: Lydia Foster Nichols #112059501|
I believe I found the information on Ancestry.com. If you do a Google search of Andrew Nicholas married Lydia Foster, a link will come up to a message board for Andrew Nicholas. I noticed several other researchers searching for the same type of information you are. I'm not related to the Nicholas family.
Added by Rosa Nutt on Dec 28, 2015 11:00 AM
|Diane Dancy||RE: Karen Kay Dancy|
Thanks.I really appreciate it. I don't know how that works.
Added by Diane Dancy on Dec 27, 2015 5:02 PM
|Diane Dancy||Karen Kay Dancy|
I was wondering if you knew my parents, Donald and Phyllis Dancy. Karen was my sister. I started a page for her and then found you have one too.
Added by Diane Dancy on Dec 26, 2015 11:18 PM
|Mike Casey||Chapel Hill: CASEYS|
Thanks for your time, energy and diligence toward improving the memorials for Charles and his father. This, and all your other efforts are very appreciated.
Added by Mike Casey on Dec 04, 2015 4:17 PM
|Sharon Soileau||RE: Elsie Harding|
I added please let me know if it is wide enough.
Added by Sharon Soileau on Nov 28, 2015 1:34 PM
|Sharon Soileau||Elsie Harding|
If you are certain that she is next to Oliver Harding then I can post his picture showing the area empty around him.
Could she possibly be as Elsie Patton?
He is in the Garden of Flowering Dogwood.
Added by Sharon Soileau on Nov 12, 2015 6:50 AM
|J. G. Ivey||Catherine Davis Long|
I checked that picture is not correct, show her picture is close older about 55 years. She was 34 years before she died in 1840. I believe the old photo was start after 1855 to appear. Catherine Davis' sister is Alcy Wooten Davis Ivey is my ggg grandmother married to Barna Ivey, they are buried in Ivey Cem., Russell County, Ala.
Also her mom is not correct is wrong date.
Added by J. G. Ivey on Nov 08, 2015 5:45 PM
|Sandra Hollister Newell||Pioneer Cemetery, Maysville, KY|
Davine, I have a question/need advise on my quest to mark a grave of a Patriot, Judah/Judas Levi/Levy. He is a proven patriot from the American Revolution. He is also my 5G Grandfather. Judah Levi died in Maysville, KY in 1829, and was buried with full military honors. Local (Maysville, KY) historians at the library, tell me that since he was buried with full military honors, the Pioneer Cemetery is probably the place he would have been buried. I have memories of accompanying my Great Grandmother, Nellie Watson Hollister, GGG-Granddaughter of Judah Levi, to put flowers on graves on Decoration Day in the late 1950s. We stood at the Pioneer Cemetery, and Nellie clucked her tongue and lamented how it was such a disgrace the graves/cemetery were in such disarray, unkept, broken markers, etc, and we placed flowers on a section of the cemetery where she remembered Judah was laid to rest. Now, I am on a mission to have his graved re-marked.
Judah served under LaFayette, and his likeness is on the river floodwall capturing LaFayette's visit in 1825. Judah is the man wearing the eyepatch and wearing bib overalls.
Added by Sandra Hollister Newell on Jul 27, 2015 5:02 PM
Was Interested In Needham Lee
Added by J.S on Jul 03, 2015 9:38 AM
thanks for the obit
Added by Frank K. on Jun 08, 2015 3:16 PM
Hi .. just wanted to let you know that I added a headstone photo for Aaron Thomas Patton # 72033380 .. I saw where you had added the reciept for the headstone.... so just thought you would want to know that I added the picture... Wishing you a great day, Sue Harbin
Added by Sueღ on May 22, 2015 10:58 AM
|Pat Arnold||LIZZIE DAVIS|
Newspaper clip added, FIND A GRAVE NUMBER 97857023
Added by Pat Arnold on May 14, 2015 9:46 PM
|Paula Hendry||Joseph Rudinger photo|
You included a photo of Joseph Rudinger on find-a-grave and I am wondering where you got the photo and how you know it is him?
Added by Paula Hendry on Mar 21, 2015 10:19 PM
Davine, I left out something.
Gen 1. Ralph Blankenship
Gen 2. James Ralph Blankenship and Mary Eanes.
Gen 3. Nancy ANNA" Blankenship married
Francis Marion Farley.
That would make James Ralph Blankenship a brother to John Blankenship.
Added by V. Blankenship on Mar 12, 2015 7:20 AM