|Raven Davis Cotter||RE: Gideon Hull and Bathsheba Hoxsie|
Thank you very much for supplying the additional information.
Added by Raven Davis Cotter on Oct 25, 2015 11:46 PM
|Raven Davis Cotter||RE: Gideon Hull and Bathsheba Hoxsie|
As I found their graves today, it seemed only right to. :) I'm glad you feel reconnected.
Added by Raven Davis Cotter on Oct 25, 2015 8:54 PM
|James Bianco||George Hoxie - duplicates|
Hello Susan, I removed two of the duplicate entries. I later realized you sent edits on one of them. Please check back when you can and send the edits under the remaining George Hoxie. Thanks! Jim
Added by James Bianco on Sep 30, 2015 4:54 AM
|Jamie||Transfer Elizabeth & Rochester|
I am happy to transfer to you.
All the best,
Added by Jamie on Aug 29, 2015 7:49 AM
|Tom Hart||RE: Anna Louisa Chapin|
Thank you so much. How are you related? Anna's father, Levi Columbus Chapin, is my great grandfather on my mother's side. Her mother was one of Levi's daughters and Anna's sister, Bertha Chapin.
Added by Tom Hart on Jul 18, 2015 6:50 PM
|Tom Hart||Anna Louisa Chapin|
I wonder if you would transfer this memorial to me. It is # 18312345. I already maintain the memorials for my great grandfather Levi Columbus Chapin's other children. Much appreciated. Tom Hart
Added by Tom Hart on Jul 17, 2015 3:18 PM
Also, I meant to ask, would you like the cenotaph profiles and/or Margaret Henderson transferred to you?
Added by Lisa B on Jul 09, 2015 1:39 PM
|Lisa B||RE: Margaret A Henderson|
Thanks for the info on Margaret. Interesting. I love a good mystery, so let me know if you figure out anything else :) As far as the children, William & Elizabeth are concerned, the marker says that they are interred in Kingsbridge, NY (which is NYC, in the Bronx) which I assume is a reference to Woodlawn Cemetery. I sent a message to FindAGrave about marking the two records I created as cenotaphs (just a memorial for someone buried elsewhere) since I think they are likely still in New York. Doesn't look like they have done it yet though. I am going to check with Rosedale and see if they were reinterred there. If so, I'll let you know. Otherwise, I assume they are still physically at Woodlawn.
Added by Lisa B on Jul 09, 2015 1:32 PM
|Gone Gravin ★||Transfer requests|
William Erskine Rockwood
Elizabeth Vermilye Rockwood
I don't make transfers outside of required guidelines, but if you would like the information on these memorials edited or corrected, please feel free to submit the information through the edit tabs.
Added by Gone Gravin ★ on Jul 08, 2015 3:35 PM
|Nick Francischelli||Ebenezer Rockwood|
I have transferred Ebenezer Rockwoods memorial to you.
Added by Nick Francischelli on Jul 07, 2015 5:54 PM
|Lisa B||RE: Rockwood Photos|
Happy to do it. A couple things for you. On the short end of the Rockwood monument is an inscription for Mary A. Henderson. Any idea who she is in relationship to the others? I've created a memorial for her, info below.
Henderson, Mary A 148809108
b. Feb. 4, 1871 d. Jan. 13, 1952
Also, on the opposite short end of the monument are inscriptions for two of Charles and Sarah's children, who are buried elsewhere. I've created memorials for them at Rosedale, and sent FindAGrave a message that they should be marked as cenotaphs. Their info is below:
Rockwood, Elizabeth Vermilye 148808927
b. May 30, 1848 d. May 6, 1853
Rockwood, William Erskine 148808900
b. May 21, 1841 d. Jul. 25, 1842
Added by Lisa B on Jul 07, 2015 5:34 PM
|Robert Hall||RE: Jeremiah Riggs|
Glad to help. I located where a person named Cobb recorded the data about 1885- when the monuments were a lot more readable. There's a 'Cobb Avenue' nearby between the George Tate house and the airport so presumably he owned land and lived near the cemetery.
Added by Robert Hall on Jul 01, 2015 6:00 PM
Just added is a photo of the portrait of William McCrackan from New Haven to his memorial.
Added by kwmtex on Jun 29, 2015 7:47 PM
|kwmtex||RE: William McCracken|
Once last question, do you know if there are any "proven" living male descendants of William McCracken?
Added by kwmtex on Jun 29, 2015 3:43 PM
|Lleeah||RE: Lance Smith|
You're very welcome; I'm glad the photos helped you. It would have been hard combing through all those Smiths to look for one with the same plot number. If it's alright with you I'm going to retake Sharon's side next time I can get there in the morning when it's in sun. This time of year is unique because we can get the wives' sides in sun if we go early enough and I'm just not happy with the way it turned out. I'll delete the other one when I do.
Added by Lleeah on May 22, 2015 3:17 PM
|CAPT Sharon Davis, USN (Ret)||RE: James Roop|
Thanks for the update!
Added by CAPT Sharon Davis, USN (R... on May 11, 2015 11:00 PM
|Dana Garrow||RE: George Livingston Nichols|
Hi Susan! You are very welcome! Blessings, Dana
Added by Dana Garrow on May 07, 2015 2:58 PM
|Brenda Pone||RE: Albert Peck|
Added by Brenda Pone on May 06, 2015 9:22 PM
|Jo||RE: Oblinger Memorials|
Ubetcha. Just holler if you want any more. The cemetery is under an hour away, so happy to roam there again.
Added by Jo on May 06, 2015 11:06 AM
|Alice ||Charity Mabbett|
I added an obit for Charity Mabbett and also found an obit for her daughter in law, Sophie Remington Mabbett, who is buried in Rome, NY - I sent that obit along for Sophie's memorial. Alice
Added by Alice on Jan 19, 2015 3:40 PM
|Marco Scavo||RE: Mathilda Israelson # 65984712|
I saw this as I was writing a more detailed explanation of the suggested edits to you, so I added a bit at the end about the sources. I'll repeat here anyway. The DOB comes from the SSDI. The date and location of death from the WIDI. The location of birth as "Wisconsin" from each census record for her.
She was not enumerated with the family on 18 Jul 1870 with her family in West Eau Claire. That was about 31 days before she was born. That makes "West Eau Claire" her most likely location of birth, but I limited my suggested edits to what I had documented.
Added by Marco Scavo on Jan 16, 2015 2:44 PM
|Paul Rolfe||Blanche Ramey|
Thanks for the information. I do not know the family but I do know Blanche is buried here in Walnut Hill Cemetery beside G. K. Ramey who was buried one week after Blanche (both in November 1921). The cemetery burial book does not show Raymond. There are only four Ramey graves in the four Walnut Hill Cemeteries - Blanche, G. K., Katherine (d. February 1923) and Emery (d. August 1944). Sarpy County NE is just across the river from Council Bluffs so perhaps Raymond is in Nebraska. There are a number of Emarine and Emerine graves in the Walnut Hill Cemeteries (i.e Cedar Lawn, Memorial Park, Ridgewood, and Walnut Hill).
Added by Paul Rolfe on Dec 18, 2014 1:07 AM
|Katherine White||Ebba Peck - Alden Evergreen Cem|
I'm going through photo's I've taken at Alden Evergreen Cemetery and noticed you retain the Memorial for Ebenezer John (Ebba) Peck. Numerous records and on-line trees indicate his place of death to be in Independence, Allegany Co., New York (not Alden, Erie Co., New York). I'll put through an edit if you wish, but wanted to check with you first in case you have information that contradicts this assuming you are a descendant. This link seems to have quite a bit of information including his time spent in service in the War of 1776 http://www.thetaggarts.net/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I169&tree=Taggart Let me know what you'd like to do. Thank you for your time. Kathi
Added by Katherine White on Sep 14, 2014 5:06 AM
|Conrad Odom||RE: Robert Adrain Duncan|
Happy to help. Was up there for vacation last year. That was a great cemetery and neat area.
Added by Conrad Odom on Jul 23, 2014 11:25 AM
|Pamela||RE: Youngquist Pictures|
I was able to dig out the stone for Carl, added that one to his memorial. There may be more in that area...several indentations in the lawn surrounding these graves, the cemetery is in the process "unburying" these stones.
Added by Pamela on Jul 11, 2014 12:51 PM