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pjk999pjk (#47404217)
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Erika Cagliari-Sarkadi
RE: Chester Shaw
I'm not giving up on finding his grave. I just need to speak with someone at the office to see where the series 300 plots are. They are not on the official map and it was not a straightforward search. I will try again.

Added by Erika Cagliari-Sarkadi on May 22, 2016 11:41 AM

Dorothy
RE: Abigail Statzell
Thank you very much! :)

Added by Dorothy on May 19, 2016 1:14 PM

Jan Miller
Esther Roach Shirley
Hi! Thank you for letting me know about the duplicate memorial for this lady. It appears to be one that I "inherited" from a former contributor but I have contacted the manager of the other memorial and asked her if she would be willing to change the surname to "Shirley" that I would delete the one under my name. Thanks for the heads up!

Jan

Added by Jan Miller on May 03, 2016 9:17 PM

Rachel R
Achsa Ann (Palmer) Lutz
Thank you for the marriage record information. I did some research on her in Ancestry to be sure but you are correct that her name was Achsa, not Aylisa. I've corrected it on findagrave, and added her middle and maiden names and birth date and birth place. It looks like she was born in KY to Thomas Anderson Palmer and Nancy F. Wood, who were married 09/21/1819 in Mason, KY. Thomas A. Palmer may have died in Boone Co., IN and was buried in Hamilton Co., IN at Little Eagle Creek Cemetery with his 2nd wife, Amanda and their baby, Robert. I couldn't find a death date or place for Nancy F. Wood-Palmer. She may have died in KY. When I found out about the headstones that were removed from the cemetery in Lebanon, I researched it at the Lebanon Library and found lists of the people buried there that were made in the 1930s and again in the 1950s before the headstones were removed and destroyed. These lists are how I got the name of Aylisa. Thanks again for your help.

Added by Rachel R on May 02, 2016 8:29 AM

arrowkeeper
RE: Gahn Photos
You are very welcome.
Bob Hubbard
arrowkeeper

Added by arrowkeeper on Apr 30, 2016 10:19 AM

Joni Utter Anderson
RE: Abraham Utter, Sr. (Memorial # 11974225)
How would I go about posting to the link of the centograph memorial for Abraham Utter, Sr.?

Added by Joni Utter Anderson on Apr 28, 2016 8:02 PM

Ruth (Hickman) Wicks
RE: Joseph Wheatley (# 62018272)

Thank you --- I have made the notation.

Added by Ruth (Hickman) Wicks on Apr 28, 2016 1:28 PM

Zella
Hochstetler again
I just revisited the page for the Hershberger cemetery with all the incorrect entries and it looks like the creator of that cemetery is actively trying to get the mess resolved. I left a message on their page, asking to be kept in the loop. Again, I do appreciated you alerting me to this.

Zella :)

Added by Zella on Apr 19, 2016 8:42 PM

Zella
Hochstetler
Hi,

I got your message and I saw the information on the Hershberger cemetery site. I will try and contact one of the admins and explain the situation. It just appears that the lady chose the wrong cemetery to add her photos to and also submitted the photo to the wrong cemetery. I can see how easily it was done, with the similar names. It's a shame that she refuses to change them though.

Zella

Added by Zella on Apr 19, 2016 2:06 PM

Judith Wilson
RE: Reuben Henry Harrison
Thanks for your response. I did more research and found the information you shared except for being available at Amazon. Thanks! It was Benjamin Jealous who was featured.

Added by Judith Wilson on Mar 30, 2016 7:55 AM

Judith Wilson
Reuben Henry Harrison
Hi.Reuben is 1st cousin 7x removed. Saw your note regarding Finding Roots show. Do you know when this episode was on. Would love to find it. Who was the descendant of Reuben Henry Harrison on the show. Memorial #26816774

Added by Judith Wilson on Mar 28, 2016 10:53 AM

Pam
RE: Memorial# 133110260
Thanks for your response and your additional searching.

The 1880 Census of Albright, Chatham, North Carolina (p.132B, ED#28) lists her as Norah Hobson, age 1, daughter of William and Rebecca Hobson. Other family records list her as Nora Hobson and Nora D Hobson with the dates for Noah Hobson buried at Rocky River Friends Church Cemetery. William and Rebecca Hobson, Nora(h)'s parents, are both buried there.

Another mystery to unravel.
Pam

Added by Pam on Mar 19, 2016 2:27 PM

Pam
Memorial# 133110260
Is Noah Hobson possibly Nora D Hobson, who has the same birth and death information?

Thanks so much for checking.

Pam
Palm Bay, FL

Added by Pam on Mar 18, 2016 12:56 PM

Deb
RE: Samuel/William Shattuck Memorial # 156645834
Thank you for catching the error. I have changed the death information back to unknown. The dates were not realistic and I should have seen it myself before processing the request.

Deb

Added by Deb on Mar 08, 2016 7:38 PM

MaryV
RE: Baby Boy Kudla
OK....I hope the message went through! I have a couple pictures of your family with my Grandparents, too. Might be your Aunt Theresa. She was close with my family.

Added by MaryV on Mar 08, 2016 6:27 PM

MaryV
RE: Baby Boy Kudla
Glad I can help. Your Grandparents and mine were best friends from Slovensky Grob, and then at St John's. They were Godparents to each others children. I can take the picture in a few weeks, St John's can give you the plot #...but, I think it's the grave I'm thinking of.

Added by MaryV on Mar 07, 2016 10:07 PM

MaryV
Baby Boy Kudla
Hi! I went looking for Baby Boy Kudla, since I do remember this grave growing up. My sister remembers this too. Couldn't find it, but, there is one baby grave where the lettering is badly worn. This may be the one. Find out from St John's Office as to the lot location in the cemetery. Might be near Theresa Fritz.

Added by MaryV on Mar 07, 2016 6:34 PM

Jim Warren
RE: Kennheth Colburn 20689443
They have had their messages disabled, and there is no contact info. Jim

Added by Jim Warren on Feb 26, 2016 11:57 AM

Jim Warren
Kennheth Colburn 20689443
Hi, When I created this memorial, there was no other one in the cemetery with that name. After looking up your reference number to the pre-existing memorial I found that #20689443 is listed for the wrong cemetery, (Chester instead of Ludlow). Also the photo of the marker is the wrong person. If you would make the cemetery correction, I would be glad to remove the memorial that I created and re-post the correct photos to yours. Thank you for the heads up. Jim

Added by Jim Warren on Feb 26, 2016 5:32 AM

Linda Knoebel
RE: Francis Jearl Higdon
Thank you for what you did! It was very nice !!

Added by Linda Knoebel on Feb 22, 2016 9:39 PM

Bonnie Shirley Amery
RE: Re: Caleb Shirley photos
Dear pjk999pjk,
Thanks for the response.

Hendricks county is a lovely county. We enjoyed our time there.

In regard to Smith Cemetery, there is no charge for a burial site.

The settlement of Mandeville was so large at one time that it was larger than Kansas City. Smith Cemetery was the burial location for almost all who lived in the area. Lovely place.
Bonnie

Added by Bonnie Shirley Amery on Feb 22, 2016 9:14 PM

Beverly Smith Leach
Pictures
Have we talked about a picture of tombstones for this Shirley family? Or others?
BSL

Added by Beverly Smith Leach on Feb 22, 2016 8:39 PM

Beverly Smith Leach
Ezekiel Shirley
OK, think my memorial to Ezekiel is history.
BSL

Added by Beverly Smith Leach on Feb 22, 2016 8:36 PM

Bonnie Shirley Amery
RE: Re: Caleb Shirley photos
Dear pik999pjk,
Thank you for sharing your interest in and relation to Caleb Shirley. It is so refreshing for someone to say, he or she is my ancestor.

I believe Bonnie Dillworth, who cares for Caleb's findagrave memorial, is a descendant. I am not a descendant. But, somehow our Shirley family must be tied in. The 7th generation of our Shirley family is living in the same township. We just don't go far.

Smith Cemetery has no old records. Smith Cemetery is not plotted. Carroll County does not keep burial records, however the county library is working on that list. Smith Cemetery is open to any burial, anywhere you want; just find you a spot and claim it. Mama and Daddy are among the recent burials. Smith Cemetery was originally a cotton field owned by the Goodsons. The headstones of Isaac Newton and Permelia (Goodson) Goodson crown the knoll of this cemetery.

I cannot help but ask how far you live from Danville in Hendricks county, Indiana. Our children attended school there and our daughter graduated from Danville High.
Bonnie Shirley Amery

Added by Bonnie Shirley Amery on Feb 22, 2016 8:04 PM

Linda Knoebel
Francis Jearl Higdon
Thank you for posting the picture !i appreciate your efforts!

Added by Linda Knoebel on Feb 21, 2016 9:35 PM

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