|Connie WEEAKS Pace||William aka Bill Snyder Caviness|
Hi Jan, We haven't chatted in a while. Would you mind deleting your memorial for William? I created one back in 2011 and was contacted today with a person wondering why there are two memorials. Thanks and I have enjoyed working with you, Connie 46984521
Added by Connie WEEAKS Pace on Feb 28, 2013 4:34 PM
|Drover||Andrew Jackson Potter|
Jan, I am Paul G. Noack and I live in Austin, Texas. I am very interested in your family research and especially that part that involves Rev. A. J. Potter and his son Jack. My chosen quest is locating the graves of old Texas trail drivers. I visit the graves and record GPS coordinates to enable others to visit the graves. I am currently building content for a blog and will go online with it shortly. The blog will be my vehicle in providing the data to anyone interested. My e-mail address is email@example.com. If your research has not been published perhaps you will share with me any sources that you are familiar with that will provide me with more information regarding Rev. Potter and the Potter family. I have visited Rev. Potter's grave at Bunton Cemetery but still look forward to getting to Clayton, New Mexico to visit Jack's grave. I know that their photos are on display in the new South Texas Heritage Center in San Antonio.
Added by Drover on Sep 29, 2012 1:51 PM
|Bob Stokley||Thomas Jordan 1634-1699|
re: Friends Little River Cemetery, Perquimans Co., NC
In you description of the above Thomas Jordan, 'tis no worned his grave can't be found in this cemetery as he and his wife Margaret both died and were in Nansemond Co., Va.
From Hinshaw's EAQG, Vol. VI, Chuckatuck Monthly Meeting, page 31
1699, 10, 8. A memorial concerning Thomas-
Thomas Joedan of Chuckatuck in Nansemond
Co. in Virginia was b in ye yr 1634 and
in ye yr 1660 hee received ye truth &
abode faithfull in it & in constant unity
with ye faithfull friends thereof
& stood in opposition against all wrong &
desatefull spirits having suffered ye
spoiling of his goods & ye imprisonment of
his body for ye truth sake & continued in
ye truth unto ye end of his dayes is ye
beleefe of us his dear w & ch above
written Heedeparted this life ye eight day
of ye tenth mo on ye sixth of ye weeke
about ye second hour of ye afternoon & was
bur ye twelfe day of ye said mo on ye
third of ye week in ye yr 1699
1708, 10, 7. Margaret d; a memorial concerning
her by her s, Ben; she was dt of Robert
Brashare & was b 1642,7mo; "convinced of
the Truth about the 16 yr of her ae; a
sufferer with my father both by
confinement & also the spoiling of their
Goods"; "about the 63 year of her ae shee
was taken with an indisposition of boddy
wch continued near 3 yr"; mentioned my
eldest brother's w & severall of my
brothers; d at 6 of the clock att night in
remarkable quietness the 7th day of the 10
mo in the yr 1708 having lived about 66 yr
& survived my father 9 yr lacking 18 hr
Added by Bob Stokley on Sep 28, 2012 9:01 AM
|Tom Denham||Louvenia Cornelison|
I linked Louvenia to her husband John. Thanks for the information. Tom
Added by Tom Denham on Sep 09, 2012 6:39 AM
Jan, I have received some info from Trudy Pheiffer with conflicting information. I have installed it the way each have infirmed me. If this is not correct please let me know. Bo.
Added by Bo on Sep 08, 2012 7:52 AM
|Charles E. Carroll||RE: Nancy Amelia Moore|
I did not receive an answer concerning the "daughter of John and Nancy L. Moore". I requested a photo.
I'm sure you will agree, stranger things have happened. Maybe it was one of those surprise pregnancies.
I research the Moore family. John and Nancy L. were the only family that I know of that might be the parents of Nancy A.
In my experiance working with Find A Grave, "posters for numbers" don't usually go to the trouble to include epitaphs. So, I intend to believe this one came from the gravestone.
I'' get a photo of the stone if I have to drive over there.
Added by Charles E. Carroll on Sep 07, 2012 5:20 PM
|Charles E. Carroll||RE: Henry Perry Baker|
I believe there may be an error on those dates for John. I agree with your thought that Nancy's father moved with her. I requested a photo of the gravestone. I'm not sure if there is one and can't find another cemetery survey.
Another interesting find is Nancy's daughter and the marriage date for her and Mr. Moore. Not that it means anything today.
Added by Charles E. Carroll on Sep 07, 2012 10:40 AM
|Charles E. Carroll||Henry Perry Baker|
His widow married John W. Moore on 28 Jul 1881 in Goliad Co., TX. They moved to Hamilton Co., TX.
Nancy died there on 26 Oct 1893.
Added by Charles E. Carroll on Sep 04, 2012 9:34 PM
Wrong mother's memorial #
Added by ProgBase on Aug 26, 2012 6:36 PM
|kay taylor||mary ellen|
I have linked Mary Ellen with her parents. If she is related to you, or you would like management, please let me know. thanks Kay
Added by kay taylor on Aug 26, 2012 8:31 AM
|Andrea Kreeger Waters||RE: Thanks!|
Added by Andrea Kreeger Waters on Aug 14, 2012 1:30 PM
James Craft was added to his father Stephen Winburn Craft as requested.
Memorial # 87764998
My aunt June Craft Israel (who now lives in England) has a lot of pictures scanned and posted on her facebook of our family and if there is a particular person you'd like to see please let us know as it is hard for me to get on here as much as I would like.
Added by MommyQ14 on Aug 10, 2012 12:02 AM
|Colonel Hap Burnham||Beulah Craft Carpenter SON # 51853082|
Added grave marker photo and caption [readable by "clicking" computer mouse on photo] on 7 Aug 2012. Portable document format (".pdf") file image of cemetery record available upon request e-mailed within a reasonable time.
Added by Colonel Hap Burnham on Aug 07, 2012 11:33 AM
|Dan Stevenson||Sarah M. Craft Hauser Swaim|
Thanks for the "prod" on Sarah M. Craft Hauser Swaim (1846-1915), daughter of Vachel. I have added a bio and a bunch of info to her memorial that you may want to take a look at. (#85998641).
San Diego, California
Added by Dan Stevenson on Aug 05, 2012 10:31 AM
|isabel||Crafts at Sharon UMC Cemetery|
There is also a James C. Craft (31 Jul 1840-9 Jan 1863) at Sharon UMC. His stone is almost illegible, but his dates are on line. Memorial #94752211 if yoy want him.
Added by isabel on Aug 03, 2012 1:33 PM
|Mike Bell||carmel cemetery request|
do you have a plot location? can you contact cemetery? sometimes if non family member asks, they will not give out info
Added by Mike Bell on Jul 15, 2012 7:09 AM
|Betty L. Gonzales||Zola Frost|
Jan, I have a crazy key board, I type one thing and it show something else sometimes?????
I transfered Zola Frost over to 47388197 Kevin Lynch, I e-mailed him and asked him to transfer Zola over to you, if you don't hear soon, ask for a transfer from him. Sorry, Betty
Added by Betty L. Gonzales on Jul 15, 2012 3:10 AM
|Robert Sage||RE: Mary Isabelle|
I found the grave for Francis C-50-2 and the graves on either side are filled. I think since he died in 32 and she died in 58, she remarried and you need to find that name. You can see all my work at Http://austingensoc.org
hit cemeteries and find the Annex.
another way is contact INtercare (takes care of the cem) 512-453-2320, give them the date and maybe they can find it. I believe she remarried and you need to find that Name.
Added by Robert Sage on Jul 12, 2012 8:55 AM
|Sarah Locklin Taylor||Mary Isabelle Roselle - Oakwood Cemetery|
According to her TX Death Certificate #30490, she was interred at Oakwood Cemetery on 29 April 1958. I no longer live in the Austin area, so you might want to check with FindAGrave Contributor: Robert Sage (#47414838). I'm sure he will know or be able to find out for you.
Added by Sarah Locklin Taylor on Jul 11, 2012 3:19 PM
You are very welcome. Let me know if there are any others I can help with.
Added by Carole Curry on Jul 09, 2012 3:24 PM
|john haines||Rachel Newby|
Many of the old sites, such as for Newby, have modern replacement monuments which were based on the original markers. Some graves are entirely lost - such as Rachel's.
Added by john haines on Jul 09, 2012 9:55 AM
|James Durham||RE: Thanks!|
Added by James Durham on Jul 08, 2012 11:35 PM
|John "J-Cat" Griffith||RE: Thanks!|
Hello Jan, your more then welcome for letting me know for linking Galba Fuqua to his family. Thanks and bset always,
Added by John "J-Cat" Griffith on Jul 08, 2012 5:54 PM
|Judy Clayton Hagberg||RE: Thank you!|
Added by Judy Clayton Hagberg on Jul 06, 2012 4:32 PM
|Rajordan||RE: Galba Fuqua|
I linked Galba to his father. Good for us! Future genealogist will be grateful to us. :-)
(Did you ask for the other Galba Fuqua to be linked to his father? (And before anyone complains, one of Galba's memorials is a cenotaph.))
Added by Rajordan on Jul 05, 2012 1:48 PM