|Jeff Cheney||RE: Meyers|
Thank you for your generosity!
Added by Jeff Cheney on Sep 22, 2014 10:46 AM
|Chris Mc Evoy||Joseph Mc Evoy's wives|
Do you know where Joseph Mc Evoy's wife Catherine is buried and her birthday and her death date? I know Roseanna Mc Evoy is buried in Chicago, but do you know the cemetery?
Chris Mc Evoy
Added by Chris Mc Evoy on Sep 22, 2014 2:26 AM
|Karen (Howard) Blood||RE: Ames|
Thank you so much!
Added by Karen (Howard) Blood on Mar 06, 2014 9:08 AM
|Marshall Bruce||RE: Thomas|
If you need any other info--let me know--I can check county records fpr you.I assume that James & Elizabeth would be his parents.
Added by Marshall Bruce on Nov 24, 2013 2:32 PM
Completed William Thomas--Also added Lucinda, James and Elizabeth who were also on that same plot.
Added by Marshall Bruce on Nov 24, 2013 9:31 AM
|Ruth Dowdy-McArthur||RE: Lawrence Raymond Hennings|
Sorry for the delay in my reply. Somehow my message option got turned off and I did not realize it.
Yes, we would be related. Lawrence was my mother's uncle, which would make him my great-uncle or grand-uncle, whichever. His wife, Margaret, was my maternal grandmother's sister.
You can write to me directly at email@example.com. I'd love to hear from you again.
Added by Ruth Dowdy-McArthur on Aug 18, 2013 1:06 PM
|INDIANATURTLE||RE: Rollen Radway|
Further vitals have been added to Rollen's Newark memorial, including the marriage dates to Lena, Ella and Anna. My documented records reflect Anna's middle name as Belle. As mentioned in my edit request, a cenotaph will be designated with admin, as my time permits. In the meantime, why not just add the Newark memorial # as a note to your record. Thank you.
Added by INDIANATURTLE on Aug 16, 2013 6:10 AM
|Mary John||RE: Phila Coby|
I was on vacation out there for a couple of days. Thanks for the transfer.
Added by Mary John on Aug 12, 2013 9:05 PM
|Marci Cranston Hess||RE: Thank You|
Certainly! If I'm sitting at the computer, it's just as easy to get it done!! And I imagine you are wanting to work on it since you're at the computer too!!!
Added by Marci Cranston Hess on Aug 10, 2013 11:49 AM
|Donald Schmidt||RE: Thank You|
You are very welcome!!!!
I was pressed for time during my visit to Mound City. I hope to get back there this summer to complete this project, and will make a special effort to find Pauline's marker.
Added by Donald Schmidt on Jun 18, 2013 9:44 AM
|Susie ||Re: Nichols|
Thank you so much for the Nichols transfers.
You are so pleasantly prompt. :) Susie # 47375864 Thank you again !
Added by Susie on Jun 06, 2013 11:17 PM
|Bob Orr||RE: Cramer's|
Added by Bob Orr on Jun 05, 2013 5:16 AM
Thanks Lauren. Yup I did send you the wrong link for the mother so thanks for seeing that and correcting it. Thanks for adding Lucy's obit too. Saves me the time of looking for it in all of my obituaries cause I don't have it on my flash drives yet which is what I am working from. Very good job :)
Added by Ghost on Jun 05, 2013 4:12 AM
|Susan (Klein) Keppler||Martha Thomas Westaby/ Richard Thomas|
I have been looking for the gravesites of the THomas family for a couple years so you can imagine how pleased I was when you e-mailed me.
How are you related to the Thomas family? And where do you live?
Martha Thomas Westaby was my great grandmother x3. Her son was James A Westaby. She had several daughters but only one was married and none had children. James had 5 children with his wife Clara Myrtle Phillips.
I am the keeper of the records for that branch of the Westaby family. Martha was married to Thomas Westaby whose family settled in Apple River Canyon area from England.
I have always wondered if the Thomas family had any family photos from Thomas & Martha Thomas Westaby.
I do have photos of James & Clara Westaby and most of their offspring.
We have a family reunion every year in the town of Stanley, WI where James & Clara settled after leaving Dubuque, Iowa.
I live in Savanna, IL.
Susan Klein Keppler
Added by Susan (Klein) Keppler on May 29, 2013 10:39 PM
|David G. Stuart||RE: Lovell updated|
Thank you for the update. As to Marion's wife, I am still looking for her, I think that she remarried and if so, it will be a long shot.
David in Wichita
Added by David G. Stuart on May 14, 2013 6:56 PM
|Jenean Hamilton||August Beckmann|
Link you requested is done. Thanks for the information. Jenean
Added by Jenean Hamilton on May 12, 2013 4:12 PM
Yes if it is the Henry Bemis who is on Dexter's gravestone. Henry was his son. If not I'll try and figure it out for you.
Added by Linda on Feb 18, 2013 4:00 PM
|Jill||RE: keith children|
Thank you so much, Lauren. Linking is such an important part of the research. Jill MacRae
Added by Jill on Feb 16, 2013 7:23 AM
I finally got a hold of Sandy for Oakwood cemetery. I was wondering if you could update some of the info for me. Sarah K Ingham is in fact Sarah Kettlewell the mother of Mary Kettlewell Ingham.Why her Headstone says Ingham I don't know. She was buried March 25, 1879 at the age of 84 years. Her husband is Nathanial but he does not appear to be buried there.
John K ingham is actually John Kettlewell. He is the brother of Mary Ingham. He never married that I know of. He was buried May 5, 1902 (his stone says 03 but according to Sandy it is 02.
I also have that ambrose was buried 4/26/1897 at the age of 77
Mrs. Mary K. Ingham buried 4-1-09 at the age of 88
the other John Ingham was buried 7-18-1897 at the age of 47
Added by Dori on Feb 08, 2013 12:27 PM
|Jenny E.||Old Finneytown Cemetery|
I recently visited the Old Finneytown Cemetery to fill some of the open photo requests. This cemetery is in VERY bad shape with very few stones that are intact. Most are broken and pieces are laying all over the ground.
I saw that you requested a photo of the marker for Josephine Dotson. I have a picture of a partial marker that was laying on the ground. It does say "Josephine" on it but that's about it. I don't feel comfortable posting it on that memorial as I really am not sure that it is the Josephine that you are looking for. I would be glad to forward the photo on to you, if you would want to post it. I also have some pics of markers that say "S.D.", "C.D." and "E.D." but really don't know if those are the ones you are looking for either. I could send you those too, if you'd like.
Added by Jenny E. on Feb 07, 2013 5:50 PM
|Alva Van Houten ||Stinson Family|
To the best of my knowledge Francis Marion Stinson was the husband of Mary Black and father of Maggie Mae Stinson Byse and James (Deft) Stinson. I have the following note that I put under Francis in my database:
!Will is probated in Ringgold County, Ia but is recorded at Linn County, Ia in
Deed Book 155, page 263. It names wife Mary E. Stinson, daughter Maggie
Stinson and son James Cleveland Stinson.
I have no idea where the name James comes from unless it is some sort of mixup with the son Deft.
Alva Van Houten
Added by Alva Van Houten on Nov 23, 2012 12:42 AM
|Major W||Beloit Barrs|
Thanks for your quick updates. I sent you several more SACs that should do it for me.
Added by Major W on Jul 27, 2012 6:52 PM
|Lynn Schneider||RE: stella white|
Hi, and thank you for adding the info. The county shown (Clay) is probably right. I was going by some other info I got from another source and didn't check the county myself. Sorry about that!! I'll have to correct my records as well. Thanks again, and have a great day!!
Added by Lynn Schneider on Jul 11, 2012 8:53 PM
|Barbara Wolf||William Thomas, Greenlawn|
Next to Mr. Thomas is a Josephine Thomas 1913-1980 and James H. Thomas 1938-2002. Reading the obit it sounds like James is his son. I have added memorials and photos of both of these people.
Added by Barbara Wolf on Jun 25, 2012 12:18 PM
First off on your question on Jane. She was first married to Obed. B Graves before marrying Fredric Krause. I do not know if the first marriage ended in divorce or death.
I don't know their plot number. I only know they are there through your posting. I was thinking of writing the cemetery to see what info they might have. I am actually interested in the kettlewells. Mary had a younger brother George. He appears to have been prominent in Beloit society. He had three different wives. I don't think George is burried in Beloit, I found him briefly in Tennessee living with his only living child, my gggrandmother.
If Sarah K is Sarah kettlewell, I am looking for her husband also. Nathaniel. I know he came with them from England (1849)but he never appears in the 1860 census which is the first census any of them appear.
Thanks for your help Lauren, it is greatly appreciated.
Added by Dori on Jun 24, 2012 9:00 AM