|pat werthman deyoe radtke||Brayton|
I see you may be related to Asa and Christine Seabury Brayton?! I am very curious if you know why so many died in 1863?
Also, we are searching for Christine's mother, HANNAH and her parents. Do you have any of this info? Let me know, and we can compare some of our findings.
Thank you for all of your work!
Added by pat werthman deyoe radtke on May 26, 2015 8:01 AM
|Brandi ||Austin Broton|
Hi, I was wondering if Austin Broton's parents could be Asa P. and Christiana Brayton? You may already have this info, but I just thought I would throw it out there!
Added by Brandi on May 26, 2015 7:29 AM
|Christie Windley||RE: W.A. Bundtrock #54556746|
I did some looking and I'm not sure of the exact relationship but there were Bundtrocks, Williams, Arthurs and railroads in that part of the family as well as at least one Bernice. If you'd like to email me the article at firstname.lastname@example.org I would be interested in trying to figure out who it refers to. Thanks, Christie
Added by Christie Windley on May 24, 2015 6:15 AM
|Mary Simonelli||RE: Cerilla Whittaker #68312862|
Hi, Phyllis! I have inserted the requested picture in four additional places - John (1832-1886), Cerilla R. (1843-1882), Charles (1860-1901), Mary G. (1869-1889), and Cerilla (1895-1908). I was not sure which Cerilla the group stone refers to, since both Cerillas (grandmother and granddaughter) are listed as being buried at Altaville, and the stone gives no dates, but does say "Cerilla R." and "Sister." I can take down whichever one you think is wrong, just let me know.
You should probably put a spouse link between John (1832-1886) and Cerilla R. (1843-1882). Also I notice that Cerilla (1895-1908), and her brother Andrew K. (1897-1981) are not linked to their mother, listed as Angelina Rose Foppiano.
Took me a while to try to sort out the relationships. Hope I got things right.
Added by Mary Simonelli on May 13, 2015 10:15 PM
Added by Deidre Saladin-Cole on May 11, 2015 4:50 PM
|aisxray||Donald Norman Fears|
Added by aisxray on May 10, 2015 2:50 PM
|wvy||Kate Moore (Lighthouse) CT|
You're very welcome. I don't remember just now, where I found the newspaper item, but I was glad to know a marker had been placed at her grave. She was a dedicated 'keeper' for so many years and I thought she deserved it. Thanks for writing.
Added by wvy on May 09, 2015 4:56 PM
|Valarie Vine||Eugene Powers +|
So many sad stories like young Eugene's; so many over the years go to the various rivers up here to cool off and drown in the process. Thanks for the information.
Also, if you are interested, I came across a fascinating woman named Alice Valensin (1848-1849) at St. Mary's Cemetery. Her dates initially interested me and later I discovered a lot of information about her. She had such a simple headstone and such a complicated and interesting life.
Yes temperatures are rising! My brother once told me that there are two seasons up here, one brown and one green. Think we are now entering the "brown season".
Added by Valarie Vine on Apr 30, 2015 6:27 PM
|Valarie Vine||Eugene Powers|
Thanks for Eugene's (sad) story. I added a paragraph based on the article, so you can remove the news obit. Thanks again. V
Added by Valarie Vine on Apr 30, 2015 2:54 PM
|Valarie Vine||Arabella Potter|
Phillis, another by the way.......... I plan to spend a little time at Sacramento City Cemetery this weekend. Will try to get a photo of Arabella and her son Robert's final resting place. If you look at the default photo on Arabella's memorial page, interestingly her plot is just a couple sections behind "the Rock" towards the front of the cemetery just off of Broadway. Are there any other photos you'd like me to take or plots you'd like me to find?
Added by Valarie Vine on Apr 28, 2015 3:07 PM
|Valarie Vine||Arabella and Paraclete|
Thanks for the connection to Paraclete. Such a great name. I looked him up in the online California Digital Newspaper collection and found a nice article about him (October 18, 1892 in the Sacramento Daily Union)which gave me a few items about Arabella. Such adventurous folks back then!
Added by Valarie Vine on Apr 28, 2015 3:00 PM
|Janet||Grummitt, Ethel & William J. grave pictures|
Graves: # Ethel 73335093 and William's "Jack" # 73335105, I have a picture of my in-laws grave pictures without the shadow on them. Would you be so kind as to take yours off so I can add the pictures?
Thank You, Janet Grummitt
Added by Janet on Apr 13, 2015 11:35 AM
|Rachel G||James Moore's headstone|
Thank you for your kind message – it was my pleasure to clear Mr Moore’s headstone to take a picture of it.
Added by Rachel G on Apr 11, 2015 11:16 PM
|Valarie Vine||Pauline Plate|
Added the picture.....................thanks for the note. All is temperate and Spring like up here. Many lovely Easter eggs, flowers, etc. added to the final resting places of loved ones (especially over at St. Mary's where I am currently adding memorials). Happy Trails, V
Added by Valarie Vine on Apr 11, 2015 12:53 PM
|Kim Reynolds||RE: Francis & Lewis Page Photos|
Yes. Please use them. They should be large enough for what ever use you have for them. Thank you so much!
Added by Kim Reynolds on Mar 31, 2015 12:47 PM
|Larry & Susan M.||William Proctor Lamb|
I do not know if I am related to William P. Lamb or not. My 3rd Gr. Grandfather was William M. Lamb and it is possible that William P. Lamb is also descended from him, but I cannot find the missing links.
Thanks for the information.
Added by Larry & Susan M. on Mar 27, 2015 10:44 AM
|JoEtta Harrington||RE: Lucille Kathryn Pecchenino Bernasconi|
You are very welcome, it was my pleasure to take the photo. I did add the new photo to her husband page.
Added by JoEtta Harrington on Mar 25, 2015 10:19 PM
|LavonneA||RE: Warren C. Mentch #76802329|
I have the article too from a website Treasures of the Past. His son, Geo.Gray Mentch wed my 1st cousin Charlotte Edwards, they were very close to my gram Dora Stephens Altemus, also @ Lloyd. the man killed by bandits, James Garman is also buried at Lloyd next to our Altemus Plot. Thanks for sharing.
Added by LavonneA on Mar 25, 2015 7:17 AM
|Bob Rowe||RE: Mr & Mrs Kreider Headstone Photos|
Thanks for the nice complement. I actually felt bad because I didn't have any water to wash the mud off of them.
Added by Bob Rowe on Mar 13, 2015 5:43 PM
I got the article today and really enjoyed it. I never met Clint but It sure sounds like he was really liked by his co-workers. What a fun group and getting him a rocking chair for his retirement. You can picture it when you read about the day.
Thanks Again Carol
Added by Carol on Mar 12, 2015 9:38 PM
Angelbird, thanks so much for the addition. It's always a joy to add some history indicating the personality and character of the individual's memorial.
Added by McKenzie-Roberts on Mar 11, 2015 1:07 AM
|James Snow||RE: Riverside Cemetery, Montpelier|
There is not a website for the cemetery. I have the book, which was published by WCGS a number of years ago. The book is a combination of existing burial records and canvasses by both the co. genealogical and historical societies. Both the husband and wife (?) are there. H. Theodore Carrott (1901-1961), and his wife (or maybe sister) Ruth S. Carrott (1903-1983). They are in Part 7, Row 3. Part 7 is just to the east of the old (Sandy Hill/Chamberlain) section and just to the NW of the original Riverside (Circle). They are the only Carrotts in the book, in either the cemetery or the township. I could check for any obits if you would like.
Added by James Snow on Mar 10, 2015 5:00 AM
|Blanch Flanigan||Wilhelmina Andrus|
Thank you for furnishing the information to help show the person Wilhelmina was.
Added by Blanch Flanigan on Mar 08, 2015 6:49 PM
|Diana B||Fannie Brinson|
Info added. Thank you : )
Added by Diana B on Mar 08, 2015 3:23 PM
|Rachel Keller||Mary Ann and George Cox marriage|
The marriage announcement was perfect and it is fine where you posted it. Thank you for locating this extra bit of information and passing it along.
I am grateful..Rachel Keller
Added by Rachel Keller on Mar 08, 2015 2:00 PM