|Linda L||RE: E Newton|
Wow! I am descended from his daughter Mary. Which child of Ebenezer are you descended from?
I would love to hear about his grandparents, Edward Goddard and Susannah Stone that you have mentioned on the memorial.
Send me an email.
Added by Linda L on Jul 19, 2015 11:58 AM
You are welcome.
Added by RickC on Apr 12, 2015 6:26 PM
|Bernard Johnson||Elise Neighbors|
You are indeed welcome. I am going to be buried in the same garden one day about 75 feet away
Added by Bernard Johnson on Mar 23, 2015 8:48 AM
|Bernard Johnson||Elise Neighbors|
Please see photo of grave marker I took this morning
Added by Bernard Johnson on Mar 22, 2015 2:56 PM
|Rick Foster||RE: Long family|
It was a coincidence that I was able to fulfill your request. Since July that cemetery has been closed to Find A Grave. I just happen to have photographed a few sections before access was denied. I just check the requests from the sections I have photographed and fulfill as requested.
Added by Rick Foster on Nov 03, 2014 11:19 AM
Eve, Thank you for the information. Would you like me to transfer Ann and Raymond's memorials to you? I have no connection to them. I'm sure you have more info to add.
Added by Theresa on Sep 02, 2013 7:43 PM
Eve--I am descended from Daniel Fisher Draper, the son of Martin and Sally. If you would like electronic copies of the photos of Martin and Sally, send me an email, and I will respond with the photos.--Stan
Added by Stan Arnold on Jun 09, 2013 4:52 PM
|Stan Arnold||Martin&Sally Draper|
Thanks, Eve, for getting the ball rolling on the subject memorials.
Added by Stan Arnold on May 19, 2013 11:14 AM
|Rob||Perin's at Evergreen Cemetery|
I've transferred all of the Perin's interred at Section 19, Lot 20 of Evergreen Cemetery to you; as they're of no relation to me. I figure they should be maintained by family, no matter how distant.
I did the best I could on the dates and info; I have some death certificates if you're interested.
If you have any questions, please let me know.
Added by Rob on Jan 22, 2013 9:48 AM
These are many other Newton's in Green River Cemetery so if you need any further research let me know. The older ones are starting to get hard to read so I may start taking pictures now just in case.
Added by jefhamp13 on Jun 16, 2012 1:21 PM
|Oscar Nye||Ida and Charles Nye|
Thanks for the photos.
Added by Oscar Nye on Jun 05, 2012 9:55 PM
Eve, Thank you very much for the photo of the Stadtlander family gravestone in Spring Grove Cemetery. Both George Yeager and his wife, Matilda "Tillie" Stadtlander Yeager, are buried in the family plot.
Added by SoFlaMa on Jun 02, 2012 6:14 PM
|Louise Bea||Charlotte B. Rogers|
Thank for going out to the cemetery. But the photo is far away from numerous markers. Was there no marker for her?
Added by Louise Bea on Jun 02, 2012 3:28 PM
|Richard Tisdale||Willa M Gholson|
Eve, thanks for taking the time to photo my 2nd cousin's headstone, I really appreciate it. Regards, Richard Tisdale email@example.com
Added by Richard Tisdale on Jun 02, 2012 1:55 PM
|Neil Gest||RE: Emily Jane Morgan Foshay|
Eve, The Morgan's (Thomas & Mary) came to America in about 1832/33 and settled in Mechanicsburg, OH. These two would be Emily's grandparents. Her father, John Thomas Morgan, was the son of Thomas (2) & Emily Williams, and her father had a distinguished Civil War record, especially at Gettysburg. His rank was Captain and he served in the 66th O.V.I. He was a tinner by trade, as was his father, and he seems to have moved around frequently. He was a tinner when living in IN & OH; he shows up later in Pittsburgh as "harvester agent" and then fin- ally a postmaster in Marietta, GA. His final years were spent in Springfield, OH. His son Fermine E. Morgan migrated west and one of his descendants and I are quite close. She owns Mary Morgan's Welsh bible which she brought to America in 1832.
Elwood seems to have been a popular name as Emily's brother was Thomas Elwood Morgan, a dentist in Cleveland. It was probably in Cleveland where Emily met Max Foshay. She was living with her brother after her divorce from Elmore Ellsworth Grim, whom she married before 1890 in KY. Their son, Elwood Morgan Grim, was born in Cincinnati in 1890. Following the marriage to Max Foshay, Elwood accompanied the family to NJ. He married Elizabeth Lewis Smith in New Haven, CT before 1920. They had 2 daughters, Sally Jane (1916-2009) and Elizabeth L. Grim (1919-?). Sally Jane married Col. Donald Fabel in 1941 (no issue) & Eliz. L. married Edward Mattie in 1942 (1 issue). Ellwood M. Grim seems to have abandomed his family, probably during the depression.
I have John T. Morgan's remembrances of the Battle of Gettysburg, if you are interested.
I also have a Morgan tree on Ancestry.com (My Morgan Family), which I am slowing assembling.
Added by Neil Gest on Apr 09, 2012 12:29 PM
|Neil Gest||Emily Jane Morgan Foshay|
Eve: I have been looking at your memorials for Emily Morgan Foshay, her husband P. Maxwell Foshay and the other Foshay's. I am assuming, based on the detailed information, that you are a member of the Foshay family. I am related to the Morgan family of Ohio that Emily Jane came from. I can add more detail about her ancestry if you are interested. Also, were you aware that she had a son, Ellwood Morgan Grim, from her first marriage. He was born in abt 1890 and is listed in the 1910 census as Ellwood M. Foshay in Mountclair. I don't know if he changed his surname or if it is census taker mistake.
Added by Neil Gest on Mar 29, 2012 1:51 PM
|Mike Cusick||Mollie Dodson / Springgrove|
I put the 1888 date on the record and a note that cemetery records have 1870. If the link to her husband is correct, he was born in 1887. But I'm not sure how good that link is being he is burried in northern Ohio and not next to her.
This is just one of those "interesting" ones where things don't line up.
Added by Mike Cusick on Nov 15, 2011 7:10 AM
|My Family Circle||Crane|
Thank you so much for the pictures.
Added by My Family Circle on Nov 06, 2011 5:32 PM
|Trish Coate||RE: Coate|
Thanks for the photos. :)
Added by Trish Coate on Nov 01, 2011 10:30 AM
|Tim Stoy||Jesse Fullmer|
Thank you for taking the time and getting the picture of Fullmer's memorial! Just last night I was reading about the Battle of Stones River (Murfreesboro) where then CPT Fullmer took command of the 1st Battalion, 15th Infantry upon the wounding of his commander and fighting it the remainder of this hard fought battle.
Added by Tim Stoy on Oct 31, 2011 5:56 AM
|PJH / Angelbird||RE: Minnie & Silvia Culbertson Photo Request|
Thank you for the list. Minnie is related to the Topfs and Haleys, but I don't think I want to go any further with those. However I am going to print out the list you sent for the file I started for the Culbertson's. Thanks again. Phyllis
Added by PJH / Angelbird on Oct 29, 2011 2:42 AM
|PJH / Angelbird||Minnie & Silvia Culbertson Photo Request|
Hi - truly thank you for taking the time and effort to search for their headstone. It is much appreciated. Phyllis
Added by PJH / Angelbird on Oct 27, 2011 8:40 AM
|Dorthy D||Spring Grove|
The memorial marker picture for Mollie Dodson is extraordinary. It is amazing so clear and very readable. It is some how very striking with green grass with fallen leaves as a border around it. I appreciate you taking the time to walk the cemetery to locate this site for me and then the picture. Thank you. May you have a wonderful day.
Added by Dorthy D on Oct 26, 2011 4:04 PM
|Autumn Murphy||Liebtag Family|
Thank you so very much for the photo's of the Liebtag family headstones! If it's ok with you, they'll be a great addition to my family tree! :)
Added by Autumn Murphy on Oct 26, 2011 1:30 AM
|Roslyn Roisman-Patchi||Katherine Olivia Landon Davis and family|
I just wanted to thank you very much for the photos! This is the first time I have a photo of an actual crypt!
Added by Roslyn Roisman-Patchi on Oct 25, 2011 2:23 PM