|Jackilynn||Evaline Quigley Petterson #26398120|
Hello. I was pleased to find the memorial for Eva Petterson, she is my great grandmother. However her mother is NOT Harriet Yates Quigley as noted. Eva was the 10th child of Andrew Quigley and his first wife, Elizabeth Ellen Miller Quigley (1832-1915) Find A Grave#16339620. If you would like to transfer the memorial(s) to me I would be happy to make the corrections and add further information. Otherwise, I certainly appreciate your time and effort in the maintenance and correction of the memorials.
Added by Jackilynn on Jun 21, 2014 12:48 AM
|Melissa O'Brian||Re prev communication: mary Yates BURR Davis Baker Snyder Holt|
Missed spouse Snyder is one 1920 census record (she has a dau of Baker with her), btwn Baker & Holt.
Added by Melissa O'Brian on Jan 23, 2014 3:48 PM
|Melissa O'Brian||Re Charles Edward Baker # 6983287 & Mary Yates Burr Baker #6606032|
I'm doing some family history for a friend, from the Baker line, trying to find her aunt.
Your Charles is actually on Find A Grave at #103008648. This Find A Grave has correct data for his parents Adam & Ann Baker.
You do however, have his correct birth data!
He is buried at Oakwood Hill Cem., Tacoma. I've requested a photo too.
Also spouse Mary Yates BURR was first married to a Davis, then mar Baker (divorced btwn 1910 & 1920 census records), & then mar a Holt. Thus the Holt name on the stone.
She had several children with Davis; abt 7 with Baker; & not sure about HOlt!
Thought you might want to know this.
Added by Melissa O'Brian on Jan 23, 2014 3:33 PM
|Pat Schilberz Lehman||Libhart's Burial Ground, York, Pa.|
My husband found papers at the York County Historical Society this morning about moving the graves when they started building houses there in 1988.
The 'graves' were moved to Kreutz Creek Cemetery but there were no stones for the 12 Libharts buried there. There were only 5 stones for 6 members of the Stoner family.
I'll put something on the page for this cemetery later, when I get a chance.
It states that N. Dietz was the only visitor and she maintained the grounds. She also paid for the excavation and moving of the graves in 1988.
Added by Pat Schilberz Lehman on Dec 03, 2013 8:40 AM
I also added two more Davidson's to Rest-Haven.
Gretchen Find A Grave#:113516839
A.S Find A Grave#:113516774
Please let me know if you would like me to transfer then to you.
Added by Liz on Jul 08, 2013 3:21 PM
|Mark Myers||ESTHER BOLENDER|
HAVE PHOTO OF ADAM BOLENDER (1825-1890) FROM ROCK GROVE CEMETERY. TALL SQUARE STONE. ESTHER PROBABLY ON ANOTHER SIDE. I LIVE 1/2 HR AWAY. RATHER GET YOUR E-MAIL & SEND DIRECT TO YOU IF YOU'RE INTERESTED.
Added by Mark Myers on Jun 21, 2013 11:50 AM
|Delores W. Roe||Maude H. Hinkley McGuire.|
My name is Delores Roe,
I am a ancestry decendent of our McGuire family.
I have been doing research on them.
Do you know where John Edward McGuire is buried?
Maude is in South Dakota, is John In Washington, Seattle ?
Can you tell me why Maude is buried in South Dakota.
Thank you for any information.
I am writing about my McGuires for my grandchildren and great grandchildren.
My gg grandmother Margaret P.J. McGuire, was Barton Anderson McGuire's sister, both children of Solomon and Susannah McGuire. Barton is John's father.
Added by Delores W. Roe on Mar 07, 2013 5:54 AM
I would like to ask for the transfer of Matilda P. Ashley Steed, Find A Grave# 68197983; I would like to update her memorial with family info.
Added by Phyllis Higgins on Jan 01, 2013 8:12 PM
There seem to be two different William Stickney's if you look at the dates. I will transfer mine to you.
Added by Scotti McCarthy on Nov 30, 2012 11:18 AM
|Sally Rhode Hunter||James Henry Skelton|
Do you have any information on James Henry Skelton that would tie him to Hawkins County, Tennessee? His date are about right for a missing GGGGrandfather I'm looking for.
Thanks for any help you can provide.
Added by Sally Rhode Hunter on Nov 21, 2012 8:29 PM
|Mark Peebles||STICKNEYS in Darien|
Trying to find the rest of these stones for you. They must be in the 1 1/2 sections I have to finish in this cemetery. Some are barely readable but if I can match a date or part of a name I will find them. I see there are four more not done yet, wish me luck.
Added by Mark Peebles on Nov 13, 2012 7:12 AM
|Don Varner||Barbara Samuel Smethers|
I'm trying to find out more about Barbara "Samuel" Smethers. Memorial# 66432686 that you created on Mar 03, 2011. You have already transferred the management of this memorial to me. What I'm trying to verify is her maiden name. What is the source for the "Samuel" name? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Don.
Added by Don Varner on Nov 08, 2012 9:27 PM
|Shirley Reeve||Rheuana Stickney|
I just claimed your request for Rheuana's marker. In looking at the Oak Hill burial book (published by the local genealogy society) there are 4 Sickney's listed: EJ, Edward Bradley, Judith Lee and Mrs Russell C. EJ has a G.A.R. marker, but no death date and Edward (d 6-29-1925) are in plot 3-169, Judith (d 1-3-1939 age 1 day) is in 11-BL (Babyland) and Mrs Russell has no plot listed. If she is related to EJ and Edward, I could look in 3-169, but generally, if there is no plot number it's because the compilers of the book couldn't find where the person was buried. Can you give me any other info?
Added by Shirley Reeve on Oct 23, 2012 2:32 PM
|Judy Featherstone||Angelina Crenshaw|
Brian--please go to Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Seattle, King Co. WA for Angelina's cemetery info. I just researched her in August of 2012 and posted what I have. She did not have a headstone erected at the time of her death. IF, and I mean a huge IF, there was a small placque type headstone in the ground, it has long been covered over with grass. If you have any further questions about her, please feel free to ask me. Judy
Added by Judy Featherstone on Sep 08, 2012 4:25 PM
|Gordon98||White Bird Photos|
Stumbled across this site that has most of the photos of White Bird.
Added by Gordon98 on Aug 27, 2012 12:20 AM
|Sheryl Smith Miller||RE: Johann Lauck|
Awesome then we are related as well. Johann was my GGG Grandfather; my GG Grandfather was Joseph William and my Great Grandmother was Ada Grace Lauck. Does your wife per chance have any info on Johann other than were he is buried?
Added by Sheryl Smith Miller on Jul 16, 2012 1:35 PM
|Michael Kearney||RE: Amira Davidson|
I am happy to have been of help.
Added by Michael Kearney on Jul 16, 2012 10:49 AM
|Sungirl101||RE: Stickney Photo's|
I'll try my best, I hand dug 3 of them out of the ground with my window ice scraper from the car. It was not an easy find.
Many were in an almost unreadable state. Could you tell me which ones in particular, I did numerous ones yesterday.
I took another photo for you, it was a general view of Stickney row of graves but they were not readable. Let me know if youre interested in it.
Added by Sungirl101 on Jul 16, 2012 9:58 AM
|Michael Kearney||Amira Davidson|
Please note that this tombstone is in St. Joseph's cemetery in DeWitt, not St. Joseph's cemetery in Sugar Creek.
Added by Michael Kearney on Jun 06, 2012 10:32 AM
|Carl Catherman||Esther Bolender|
Thanks for the information. I've added the links to her parents.
Added by Carl Catherman on Apr 02, 2012 9:49 AM
|Jean Boling||Ida Hibbs|
Ida has no marker. Her date of death was 4 Jan 1938. I have two other Hibbses in Granite Hill, Verna and Robert, in a different section of the cemetery. Do you know if she was kin? How did you know which plot she was in?
Added by Jean Boling on Jan 19, 2012 4:03 PM
|Joy C.||Rebecca Mulicken|
I cannot find any record of Rebecca Mulicken buried in the Old bradford Cemetery. Are you ceratin of the burial place?
I did find records in the Headstone inscription book for the Old Bradford Cemetery. These may be family of Rebecca Mulicken. I found Sarah Mulicken d.1749 a wife of Robert Mulicken
Found Robert Mulicken d.1741
Samuel Mulicken d. 1720
Please let me know if you find a diffeent burial site for Rebecca.
Added by Joy C. on Jan 08, 2012 12:07 PM
|Joy C.||Thomas Carleton|
The Ancient Burial Ground in Bradford Massachusetts is very over grown. I have been over there twice searching out te names of photo request. There are so many stones not locatable. I cannot provide you with a photo of the Grave Marker for your Thomas Carleton d. 1734. There are over 20 Grave Markers missing or buried with time. I have seen in many old cemeteries that a stone falls over and mother earth cover them up. In the late 1970's a Boy Scout Troop worked hard on the Cemetery. I saw evidence of the many repairs to stones tat were done. Some stones made of slate just simply separates and the face of it crumbles or slides off. Then others are no longer readable with weather causing the engravements to become unreadable.
However in the Haverhill Public Library there are a few books that several people worked on to keep the memories of the Ancients going.
I was there on friday 5 Jan 2012. I took photos of the names & info in the books.
What I found for your Thomas Carelton I had to put with the photo section. Please see request
Added by Joy C. on Jan 08, 2012 5:14 AM
|Sheryl Smith Miller||Johann "John" Lauck|
Are you related?
Added by Sheryl Smith Miller on Jan 05, 2012 11:05 AM
|Don Varner||RE: Barbara Smethers|
Thanks for the transfer.
Added by Don Varner on Oct 18, 2011 8:36 PM