|Anonymous||Robert is my 4th ggf, too|
Thank you so much for your research! I would like to get a copy of your book since I just discovered that the father of my great grandmother, Elizabeth J Guthrie, was Robert David Guthrie.
Added by Anonymous on Feb 15, 2015 2:45 PM
|Gennaphyr||RE: Alice Jackson - Mt. Hope cemetery|
No I am not related to Alice Jackson or her family. I was just photographing stones at Mount Hope. If she is a relation of yours I will gladly transfer management of her memorial.
Added by Gennaphyr on Jul 07, 2014 4:06 PM
|Amelia||RE: Robert Guthrie/Jane Caldwell|
I just was looking at my research and I realize that I did find what looks like the will and probate records for Elizabeth Shaw's father Gawin. If you don't already have it, I would be happy to send you my excerpts and where I found them online. The other thing I have is the will for Robert Guttery and Samuel Gutherie. They look like the correct guys. You probably have all this stuff though since I found these after following clues from your Find a Grave pages. I haven't typed out the Guttery/Gutherie excerpts but I can send you the links.
this was all stuff I dug up in May of this year and hadn't processed it yet. I will try to make sure it gets in the next update for my website.
have fun : )
Added by Amelia on Jul 06, 2014 12:09 PM
|Amelia||RE: Robert Guthrie/Jane Caldwell|
I don't have specific answers to those questions. The two sources that I do have, which probably won't help you are the book "From Gille Chriosd to Gilcrest" which led me to the Guthrie's and some letters found by a Diane Dykstra. These last were Civil War letters written by Dr. Guian S. Guthrie, son of Samuel and Elizabeth.
Both of these can be found on my website
direct link to Gilcrest book:
also another copy of this transcript is located at WeRelate.org:
and Diane's letters:
I hope to update my website soon,
Added by Amelia on Jul 06, 2014 11:50 AM
|Amelia||Robert Guthrie/Jane Caldwell|
Hello, I just wanted to thank you for all the information on your Find A Grave pages for Robert "Guttery" Guthrie, wife Jane Caldwell and son Samuel Guthrie. Samuel is my g x 4 grandfather. Please let me know if you finish your book. I would be very interested in it.
Added by Amelia on May 08, 2014 7:12 PM
|Donna LaFaye Lincoln||RE: Mary Ann Guthrie|
this is all I had to go on to find My Gr Grandmothers parents(Elizabeth ann (Lawson) Lincoln married my Gr Grandfather William Morris Lincoln, the information provided below on his
William married Elizabeth Ann Lawson in Boone County, Iowa. She was the daughter of Jacob Lawson and Mary Ann Guthrie, born April 29, 1868.
Added by Donna LaFaye Lincoln on Jan 12, 2014 10:10 PM
|Donna LaFaye Lincoln||mary and jacobs marriage date|
here is the link directly to their marriage information as indexed by familysearch.org.
Added by Donna LaFaye Lincoln on Jan 06, 2014 6:48 PM
|Donna LaFaye Lincoln||RE: Last chime...|
Thank you so much for this information now I know how I got the 2 mary ann guthries mixed up it was the birth dates. one is francis's daughter or grand daughter (the one that married Wallace) the other is my Gr Gr Grandmother mary ann/ Eleanor Guthrie Lawson so she is a niece or gr niece to francis, and those pictures if you'd like to up load them or see the tombstone markers you can in my Family memorial virtual page.
Mary here:Memorial# 76574481
Jacob here:Memorial# 76574438
Thank you again so very much.
Added by Donna LaFaye Lincoln on Jan 06, 2014 6:26 PM
|Donna LaFaye Lincoln||Mary Ann Guthrie|
I have a marriage license for a Mary Ann Guthrie Married to Jacob B Lawson and they had Child by the name of Elizabeth Ann Lawson.in 1868. I'am somewhat confused how can the same woman be married to 2 different men in the same town county and die the same year and buried the same place only her tombstone states Mary Ann Lawson wife of Jacob B Lawson but the husbands tombstone beside her says Jacob M Lawson. Mary ann Guthrie Lawson is My Gr Gr Grandmother and Jacob B Lawson is my Gr Gr Grandfather. do you think mary was married 2 times? could we be cousins through her?
Added by Donna LaFaye Lincoln on Jan 06, 2014 2:03 AM
There are people who look for doctors for specific reasons, so adding their titles makes them easier to find. So thank you for tending to that.
Added by Anna on Nov 25, 2013 12:10 PM
|Karen Gammeter||RE: Nice photos, Karen !|
Thank you and you're very welcome. Did you want to add the infants? Or I could add them and then transfer them to you. Whichever you want.
Added by Karen Gammeter on Nov 05, 2013 1:04 PM
|Debbie Hodge||Lydia Short Stuart|
Thank you so much for giving me the correct maiden name for Lydia Short Stuart.
Added by Debbie Hodge on Sep 08, 2013 9:03 PM
|PCD||RE: William Spears - (Scott Union Cem)|
Currently we are shooting other cemeteries for cemetery custodians and as soon as we've completed those cemetery projects we'll consider re-shooting headstones.
Added by PCD on Sep 01, 2013 5:35 AM
|Mandopkr||RE: Beautiful photo ! Thanks !!|
Thanks Steve. You are most welcome.
Added by Mandopkr on Aug 20, 2013 9:54 AM
I see that you don't care for "Guttery," the frontier spelling of your family name.
(1) Do you happen to know where Jesse and Hannah Finch are buried?
• There is no information about their place of burial. Given that their deaths were when Ohio was being settled, I suspect they were buried on their own land.
(2) Do you happen to know the maiden name of "Hannah" (wife of Jesse?)
• Hannah, wife of Jesse Finch, Senior—maiden name still unknown. (Given that Jesse Finch, Junior, appears in his marriage record as "Josser," it may be that no one has recognized Jesse, Senior's, marriage record.)
(3) Can you tell me how you found out Jesse's parents were: Nathaniel Finch and Hannah Schofield?
• Claude B. Thummel, "Descendants of John Finch of Connecticut" (1965); extensive list of references. See: https://www.familysearch.org/Eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=titledetails&titleno=141845&disp=Descendants+of+John+Finch+of+Connecticut
(4) How did you find out her maiden name was "Schofield"?
• Nathaniel Finch and Hannah Scofield were married in on Dec. 15, 1743 in Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Connecticut. See: "REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS OF STAMFORD FAMILIES," Compiled by Reverend Elijah B. Huntington, Stamford, April 6, 1797 http://www.ctgenweb.org/county/cofairfield/pages/stamford/scofield_huntington.htm
(5) Finally....any VITAL dates on Jesse's parents--and where they might have died and been buried?
• According to Thummel, above, Nathaniel Finch was born 29 Apr 1722 in Stamford, s/o John and Sarah (Lockwood) Finch; living in 1768 (page 52).
A happy Thanksgiving to your and your family,
Eric / blueheron14
Added by blueheron14 on Nov 21, 2012 3:24 PM
|Mandopkr||RE: Thanks much !|
You are welcome. I have some photos of their children to post yet.
Added by Mandopkr on Nov 16, 2012 6:27 AM
|Bethalene||RE: Thank-you kindly, Bethalene !|
No, new program to send them on, and more experience .
Added by Bethalene on Jun 26, 2012 7:57 AM
|DENISE BJORK||St. Casmirs|
There are several stones that are too faded to make out the names. I tried taking pictures in the hope it would be clearer on a big screen. No luck.
Added by DENISE BJORK on Jun 11, 2012 11:25 AM
|John Kluck||RE: Wlodarski|
We just returned a short while ago... and to be honest, didn't see any stones with that name. However... don't give up! It was extremely hot here and maybe I can recheck when it cools some! Okay? Thanks!
Added by John Kluck on Jun 10, 2012 2:22 PM
|Lila Richardson||Bill Hyatt|
Steve, can only tell you that in the obit for Bruce Hyatt, Bill Hyatt is listed as son living in Rock Hill. Also in obiy for Robert B. Hyatt, Sr, Bill Hyatt is listed as brother living in Rock Hill, SC
Added by Lila Richardson on Jun 05, 2012 1:41 PM
|Lila Richardson||RE: Robert Bruce Hyatt|
Robert & Leila had eight children and one was named Bill. Have not had any contact with the family in a number of years, but the last I heard Miss Leila was in a nursing home. If you have any info on this family, would appreciate your sharing it.
Added by Lila Richardson on May 19, 2012 5:07 PM
|Lila Richardson||RE: Robert Bruce Hyatt|
Sally Richardson, mother of Leila Hucks was my
Added by Lila Richardson on May 19, 2012 5:01 PM
|Marianne||RE: Confused !|
We were unable to find them and I accidentally uploaded another Wodarski. Sorry 'bout that. Their stone must be either broken or not readable as we spent quite a bit of time looking and that's a small cemetery. Marianne
Added by Marianne on Apr 26, 2012 5:16 AM
|MaxieMum||RE: Thanks much !|
You're so welcome, Steve! It was tough to get a decent picture. I'll keep trying next time I'm down there.
Added by MaxieMum on Mar 13, 2012 1:52 PM
|Couple of Gravers||RE: Nice work on Sarah (Newell) Mears !|
I took that photo in November of 2011. It looks like her name could be on the back side of the marker. I suspect that the front side was essentially illegible so I didn't photograph it at that time. A photo in the early afternoon, with a strong sun, could make a big difference in its legibility.
Now that I have an idea of whose name may be on the front, I'll recheck it when it's photography weather again (summer 2012). That marker is in one of the older areas of the cemetery and there are many broken or severely worn markers nearby.
Added by Couple of Gravers on Jan 23, 2012 2:43 PM