|Susan Lewis Arday||RE: Lewis|
My father, Chester Robert Lewis (b. 1915 - d. 2007), participated in the Lewis Surname Project at familytreeDNA.
Added by Susan Lewis Arday on Dec 03, 2013 5:35 PM
|Tammy Hall Shropshire||RE: thanks|
I'm so glad you found it. I had been searching for Jehu/Jahew Hall for years, but had to prove my line.
He is my 4x great grandfather so if you are related to him, then we are too!
I'd love to talk with you about your connection to him and find out how we're related!!
Most all of my known Hall family has passed away, other than my Aunt and her adult children, so I'd be thrilled to know how you relate in the Hall lineage.
My email is email@example.com and I'd enjoy hearing from you.
Added by Tammy Hall Shropshire on Nov 19, 2013 11:31 PM
|Pamela Hartt||RE: more Lewis|
Sure, I would be glad to. I expect to be in Richmond, VA in the next couple of weeks.
Added by Pamela Hartt on Nov 04, 2013 9:19 PM
Thank you for the link to her husband Isaac Hopkins. You're right - she was his 2nd husband. We didn't have dates or burial location though. Hopkins is my husbands mother's maiden name and we've been researching this line trying to tie up loose ends. Every bit helps.
Added by Grandma on Aug 08, 2013 3:51 PM
|paul gunther||Robert Utterbach|
Hello Sue, again thanks for the photos of the Gunthers. I noticed in your bio that yiou have requested a photo of Robert Utterbach at "Culpeper City cemetery. There is not a cemetery by this name,I think it may be Fairview cemetery which is operated by the county of Culpepper. I emailed my "contact" there and hopefully she will let me know.Paul Gunther
Added by paul gunther on May 01, 2013 6:25 PM
I linked Wilhelmine Schroeder's other 2 husbands. She was my great-great-grandmother. I assume we're related since she was your 1st cousin 3 x's removed.
Added by vitalrec.com on Dec 16, 2012 6:38 AM
|Clarence Campbell||Jacob & Annie Morton|
Jacob & Annie are shown in the City of Greensboro Cemetery Division Books as being buried in Sect. 10. Lot. 76. Grave 1. as being buried together
Grave 2. W.E. Edwards
3. W.H. Watlington
4. Mrs. E.O. Watlington's four infants
5. Harry J. Watlington
6. W. Oscar Edwards
7. Mrs. Eugene Corrina Watlington
8. Simmons H. Isler
9. Hattie Watlington Isler
Added by Clarence Campbell on Dec 06, 2012 4:45 AM
|Brad||Check out this link|
Hi Sue, I thought you may like to look at this site to check and see if you have additional family members at Green Hill. That was how I created the memorial I made. If you would like that memorial transferred just click the edit tab on the memorial and I will be happy to transfer it to you. http://www.greensboro-nc.gov/index.aspx?page=1117
Added by Brad on Jul 02, 2012 10:20 AM
|Jami||RE: Sarah Bascom Brunner|
Here is the link to the Missouri Death Certificates. I've got the website open to the BRUNNER'S but once you get in you can navigate to where you want.
And its free.
Added by Jami on Nov 30, 2011 7:17 PM
|Vermont Grave Walker||MORE SNOW IN VERMONT|
Hi Sue added some more snows http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=104144
North Branch Cemetery
SNOW FLORENCE E 1884 1890
SNOW GEORGE H 1854 1888
SNOW JANE S HILL 1857 1891
SNOW ARTHUR L 1865 1940
SNOW MARY E MARSHALL 1860 1954
Added by Vermont Grave Walker on Nov 21, 2011 10:29 PM
Hi Sue...The Emmetts rest at the River View Mausoleum, on the third floor, Corridor 17, East wall, crypt 240. Alice
Added by AliceMurrayFay on Nov 07, 2011 5:09 PM
John Machnikowski was my great great grandfather. I would like to attach my great grandmother, his daughter to him.
Please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by wyowjhcjh on Oct 24, 2011 10:44 AM
|treerpgmo||Burnett Co, Wisconsin: Riverside Cem and Wood River Cem in Grantsburg Twsp|
Sue: Thank you very much for photographing the TOGERSON and HAKSETH related graves in Burnett Co, Wisconsin at Riverside Cem in Grantsburg and Wood River Cem in Grantsburg Twsp. I really doubt he would be buried there but if you are back in Wood River Cem you should photograph a Matias Karlsen HAKSETH who was born in 1837. As I said I doubt he was buried there. I think he's actually buried in Minnesota. Mathias and his son Olaf HAKSETH (b. 1875) [link # 55402927] who was the husband of Tina S. TORGERSON [link # 55402978] were living in Itasa Co, Minnesota up in the Iron Range in 1905. I had though Matias had died in 1903. A relative told me where but he's deceased and I lost the paper ---argh. I know he said that he died in Minnesota. Now it's possible that it could have been Pine Co, Minnesota which is just across the river and the town of Friesland sounds familiar and then there's that county south Chisago for some reason because of Chicsago I'm thinking it's Pine Co, Minnesota. At any rate if Matias did die in Pine Co, Minnesota its possible his son Olaf brought him back "Home" to Grantsburg Twsp and buried him in the Wood River Cemetery. There would have also been another very good reason to do so. Matias was actually also not only Olaf's father but also his grandfather-in-law because Matias was the father of Tina's mother Olea ([MATIASEN]-HAAKSTAD) TORGERSON [link # 51245176].
Added by treerpgmo on Sep 18, 2011 11:41 AM
|Judith Rickard||RE: Lewis|
It is posted on www.factasy.com, under elmira prison, they list his name and if you click on it you will see a copy. He was my stepfather's grandfather on his mother's side. I didn't see a way to send an attachment when I clicked on reply. If you email me direct, then I could send it to you.
Added by Judith Rickard on Sep 02, 2011 3:36 AM