I am wondering if you live in the area and if possible to take pictures of Horace Morgan headstone? Also Im looking for Richard W (born approx 1820) and Jane Bagnell (born approx 1821) headstones or Ida Bagnell born approx 1879 their granddaughter Richard and Janes eldest son married a Morgan, so Im assuming they are buried near Horace Morgan. Possibly in a bush that no one has spotted before.
Thank you for your time.
Added by Jody on Oct 11, 2016 9:25 AM
|Patricia Brigham & Timothy Brigham||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 22104892|
Apparently there are 2 Bethia Wards. The one on my memorial born 1681 and the one you mention born 1658. If you look at my memorial her stone has her husband as Elnathan Brigham. Her parents were Samuel and Sarah and her death date of 1765 on the stone with her age of 83 at death match the Bethia in my memorial. The one born in 1658 was the daughter of William and Elizabeth and married Daniel Rice.
Added by Patricia Brigham & Timoth... on Aug 27, 2016 9:18 AM
|Janet Marie||RE: Jane Russell Lowe Blzck|
You're very welcome. Have a Happy 4th of July!
Added by Janet Marie on Jul 04, 2016 2:19 PM
|Janet Marie||RE: Hugh Long|
Thanks a bunch for your quick response!
I'll be sending a bunch of requests through the edit key for updates to some of your memorials at Oak Hill Cemetery. Be sure to check your member page when you get a chance.
Added by Janet Marie on Jun 17, 2016 6:29 AM
|Janet Marie||RE: Bengsch Photo|
No problem! It happens. Thanks for taking care of it so quickly.
I photographed all the visible markers at Oak Hill Cemetery this week. I'm now working on processing them. Hopefully, I will have them all processed in a week or two.
Added by Janet Marie on Jun 16, 2016 7:10 AM
|Joyce Worthington Brewer||albrecht|
thanks for the credit.Joyce
Added by Joyce Worthington Brewer on Jun 15, 2016 3:08 PM
|TRISH||RE: Reynold tombstone photo|
You're very welcome!
Added by TRISH on Jun 14, 2016 7:06 PM
|Bill and April||RE: Clifford tombstones|
Our pleasure. We submitted quite a few edits trying to link up the generations for you. Hopefully those are processed soon. There are 5 fieldstone markers in the Clifford line at the cemetery; no markings, just vertical fieldstones. So there are more there, just no way of telling who they are. All the best, Bill and April
Added by Bill and April on Jun 11, 2016 2:25 PM
|TRISH||RE: other pictures|
You're very welcome JB.....now that the weather allows....if I can be of any other service to you with pictures at either Spring Grove or Calvary cemeteries in the Dells just let me know. I live nearby and am there often in the spring through fall months. Also know the caretaker personally, so if I can't find a gravesite on my own, he's always willing to assist me when he's able.
Added by TRISH on May 09, 2016 8:54 AM
|Roger Ripley||Merl Edward Armson|
I note that you have indicated that Merl Armson ran Armson's Resort. I am currently doing a history writeup of Lake Mason and businesses that were around the lake over the years. I was aware of Armson's Resort, but not certain of the time frame it existed. Any help here would be much appreciated. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks much for any help or photos that you might have that you would be willing to share for this project. Roger Ripley, Briggsville
Added by Roger Ripley on May 08, 2016 5:25 AM
|TRISH||RE: Charlie Mitchell|
You are so welcome JB.
I actually added photos to several of your Spring Grove memorials today....have a look at them when you find the time.
Added by TRISH on May 06, 2016 1:26 AM
|Jaci||RE: Memorial # 81323555 Forbush|
Yes, I will submit a merge request. Note that Elizabeth is also there, so will do the same for her. This can take up to three weeks, so do nothing with the memorials until they complete it. This way all information, links, flowers etc will not get lost. Note that Burial Unknowns typically get merged INTO a correctly placed memorial, but I will ask them to give management to you. Should they chose not to, get back to me and I will gladly transfer them over to you.
Added by Jaci on Mar 20, 2016 10:06 AM
|bluelady||RE: Mary Searles tombstone|
Glad to be of service!
Added by bluelady on Feb 06, 2016 2:56 PM
|Joseph Edward Merle||John J. Stoecker (78804783) & Ann Marie Stoecker (78804755)|
I have found an error in the Find A Grave Memorials of the two subject individuals listed above.
I am acquainted with these folks since they are the Uncle and Aunt of my wife Frances Stoecker.
The error is that they are not buried in the cemetery you have them shown in. Nor, did they die in Grand Marsh. True they did own and once occupied a residence there. However, Anna died in a hospital in the Chicago area and John died in the care of his Daughter, Beverly, in Dallas, Texas.
I only came across your Memorials today, Jan 13, 2016. I had created Memorials for each of them back in 2014 without the knowledge of yours.
You can check them out: 131435163 & 131440343
I strive for correctness in My Family Tree and as well in Find A Grave. I am curious as to how you may have acquired the info for the Memorials. I have found other Family Trees for these folks that contain incorrect information that they may have obtained from your Memorials.
You may contact me directly at email@example.com.
Added by Joseph Edward Merle on Jan 13, 2016 2:51 PM
Hi JB Pictures like yours help so many...Thanks. The picture of John Robertson's stone is that of my great great grandfather. I think it might have a clue to where in Scotland he was born. Under his birth date it has something written, but I can't read it. Is there a chance it shows up in your original photo?
John Robertson 1815 - 1900 Douglas Cemetery
Added by MH on Nov 08, 2015 6:19 PM
|GenealogyNora||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 25286123|
Hello I don't know who linked this Adam with Oeth. I would try the people who entered his wife or children to see if they are the ones that linked them. Do you have a stone for your Adam?
Added by GenealogyNora on Dec 04, 2014 5:49 PM
|Ken Smith||Stephen Hosmer|
JB, I have looked at all my information regarding Stephen and his wife, and I am totally satisfied that Stephen had only one wife, Dorothy Selden. I am satisfied that Catherine Iddenden married Stephen's brother, James.
Added by Ken Smith on Oct 16, 2014 4:02 PM
|Ken Smith||Stephen Hosmer|
JB, if Stephen married Dorothy Selden in 1602, and James was born in 1605, and Dorothy was second and last wife, how could James be the son of this other woman?
Added by Ken Smith on Oct 02, 2014 10:51 AM
|TRISH||RE: FAG Memorial Transfers|
Greetings JB ~
Robert "Bob" LeRoy is my Step-dad. His parents were Walter & Elda (Morgan)LeRoy. Walter's parents were John S. & Lydia (Abrams) LeRoy. On Dad's mother's side, there hundreds of Morgan's and Atkins, etc.
My mother was Ellen M. (Green). She was married first to MY father...I was their only child (I was raised by my paternal Grandmother in Wis Dells).....and then after they divorced mom married Bob. My mom's parents were William & Violet (Moore) Green. And my grandpa William's parents were Jacob & Eva (Dosson) Green.
I used to love to go visit my mom and the grandparents. I actually have a 5-generation picture, with myself as the 5th one,taken outside grandpa Bill's house. I think I was about 2 or 3 years old when it was taken.
Brooks was a wonderful little town, everyone knew everyone and everyone was friendly (probably cause they were related one way or the other-LOL). Patrick's Lake was a hoot and Parker Lake was always a fun day. Then a good burger at Sayre's Bar to end the day! Oh, the memories! Clothes shopping at Holliday's store. And I always loved my grandpa and grandma Green's big white house on the corner with the big fenced in yard. Good days! Tiny's, Hayes' store, the pickle factory.
Depending on your age, we might even have known of each other I guess. Are you related in any way to any of MY relatives above or to my husband's family, the Wrezinski's, Stroede's, etc.? You are welcome to contact me using my direct email if you'd like to talk family.
I actually think I found another bunch of Find A Grave Memorials, that you created, that I need to request you to transfer for me. But, I haven't got them all organized yet. Actually, I think it's all the LeRoys, Morgans, etc. Tomorrow is another day....right?
Thanks again, JB.
Added by TRISH on Jun 06, 2013 8:47 PM
|Herb Schwede||RE: Margaret Alexander Dewar|
I changed the name around. I also added pictures to the three memorials; Duncan, Ethel and Margaret's. They are all buried in the same lot. These are where I got the information.
Added by Herb Schwede on Dec 09, 2012 8:50 AM
|Hope Smith McCoy Polk||Frederick Ellinger|
Thank you so much for posting the picture of Frederick Ellinger, he is my great great great grandfather! Do you have a picture of his headstone, by chance?
Added by Hope Smith McCoy Polk on Jan 17, 2012 4:36 PM
Thank you so much for photographing the headstones of Samuel C. Winegar and Mary Jane Winegar!
I understand there are also two small headstones with Mother and Father on them. From your point of view, would you consider them to represent Samuel (as the Father) and Mary Jane (as the mother), or do you think they are two separate graves representing the parents of either Samuel or Mary Jane? I ask because we have never found where Samuel C. Winegar's parents are buried.
Again, thank you very much for your photographs!
Added by Jae on Dec 04, 2011 11:55 PM
|w.e.d.||RE: Children of James Long|
The child of James Long that I'm primarily interested in is Elizabeth "Lizzie" Long Dewar, she and her husband Daniel Dewar were my great-great grandparents. If you're also a descendant, then there's no need to transfer management of them to me. Otherwise I would be happy to have management of both Elizabeth (#76807050) and her husband Dnaiel (#76806819).
Also, I have a document that lists all of the graves at Oak Hill Cemetery in Westfield, WI. I can send it to you if you don't already have it. Let me know.
Added by w.e.d. on Oct 07, 2011 5:48 PM