|Jerry N Bennett||Elusive Grave of Lewis Griffin Roper|
If you ever find anything on the subject I would be forever grateful to know it.
The subject, Lewis Griffin Roper is my GG Grandfather. He died 27 May 1847 from a fractured skull. He was struck by a slave with a hoe. His plantation was north west from Shellman, GA. On land lots 153 and 154.
I don't know if he was buried in a cemetery or on his plantation.
I thought you might be looking around in that area of Randolph County.
Added by Jerry N Bennett on Nov 14, 2014 9:50 AM
|Greyhound lady||charles Thomas Rowley|
Thank you for the work you have done. are you a relative I can see the photo is from his passport application are you a relative? I am related to him through his mother Mary Elizabeth Davis she is my Great grandmother. I have some interesting info about him and hoping you can fill us in.
Hope to hear from you soon
Added by Greyhound lady on Nov 03, 2014 3:13 PM
|Carolann||RE Athie Sales Davis|
Please contact me I have something you may be interested in If you or someone Related to Athie or the Enid Genealogy Society could use. firstname.lastname@example.org Please put Athie Sales Davis in the subject box so when it goes in my spam folder I will know to retrieve it.
Added by Carolann on Oct 26, 2014 7:45 AM
|Ken Farris||RE: McDonald Cemetary Montague County Texas|
Thanks for your response. Yes we are deffinately cousins. We just went on a road trip last weekend to East Texas, Cass Co. to visit all the Taylor graves,(man there are lots of Taylors there), and was able to get into the McDonald Cemetary in Montague,Tx. to see my Great Grandfather James M Taylor's Grave and others. Thanks for all the links in the Taylor Family.
Added by Ken Farris on Oct 22, 2014 2:54 PM
|clf626||Lydia Markman Borrell|
Thank you very much for being so thoughtful and transferring my grand aunt's memorial over to me. The gesture means a lot. And I want to give you a great big thank you for creating her memorial in the first place, and then for maintaining it. Your work doesn't go unnoticed. Thanks again.
Added by clf626 on Oct 20, 2014 3:17 PM
|Stephen Johnson||Benjamin F. Sexton|
You have Benjamin F. Sexton buried at Edom Cemetery in Edom, Texas. The Military record are those of my Great Great Grandfather Benjamin Franklin Sexton buried in Ola/Morrow Cemetery, in Kaufman, Texas. He died in the home of William Franklin Sexton. His dates are August 8, 1836 to Jan 20, 1929. His DC say he was born in Virginia and was 92 when he died. He lived with his family in Prairieville, Matilda Richardson Busby, Levi his stepson, Mandy Sexton Walker, William Franklin Sexton, and Texanna Sexton Kilgore. He is on the 1880 census in Kaufman, 1900 Census in Van Zandt, 1910 Census in Van Zandt, and 1920 Census in Van Zandt. A.D. Sapp son is living next to him on the 1920 Census. His father is Sampson Sexton from Scott County, Virginia. His brother is Robert Sexton who join the same unit as he did, born 1831 ScottCounty, Virginia. His military stone is at Ola/Morrow Cemetery buried beside his wife Tilda. I've contacted the Sextons at Edom and they are not related to Benjamin F. Sexton 1837 but to Ben F. Sexton 1892, son of Christopher R Sexton son of John Chamberlain Sexton who was also in the CSA. I need to know where the information you have came from, before our Sexton Reunion.
Stephen W. Johnson email@example.com
Added by Stephen Johnson on Oct 06, 2014 6:23 PM
|Ken Farris||McDonald Cemetary Montague County Texas|
We are researching our family history and this cemetary has several of our relatives buried there. Can you tell us who we need to contact in order to get permission to go onto this private land to visit their graves? Our relatives include James M Taylor and Almira F Mary Parrish. We would appreciate any information you could give us.
Kenneth M Farris
(mother was Gladys Oralea Taylor Farris)
Added by Ken Farris on Oct 05, 2014 9:36 PM
|Ann Bailey||Thank you for the transfer of 94305362|
Thank you so much for transferring Richard H Rowden Find A Grave # 94305362 to me. Now I can link him with his family. I will maintain his memorial well. I am very grateful.
Added by Ann Bailey on Sep 20, 2014 5:21 PM
|Ann Bailey||Find A Grave Memorial# 94305362|
Hello, Thank you for creating a memorial for Richard H Rowden. I was wondering if you could transfer manegment to me as I would like to link him to his siblings and parents. Richard never married. His brother William Benjamin was my gr-grandfather. I have gathered records, photos, etc on the Rowden family for years. This is his Find A Grave Memorial# 94305362
Thank you, Phylis A (Rowden) Bailey
Added by Ann Bailey on Sep 16, 2014 8:35 PM
|Kathie||Katz @ United Hebrew|
I just posted a picture for you, please the caption on the lot photo for more info.
Added by Kathie on Sep 06, 2014 12:42 PM
|Karen Plotnick||Ike Margolius|
Where did you find this picture of Ike Margolius. He was the brother of my grandfather. I only have one picture of Ike. This one is great.
Added by Karen Plotnick on Aug 29, 2014 3:47 PM
I'm wondering if you have access to anymore information on this memorial. I think it is likely my great uncle John William Hall born in August 14, 1857 Elbert County GA and died October 14, 1915 Enid, OK. This from a family bible. I would love to link him to his parents and his son to him, if I had enough information to do that.
Added by Catherine Hall on Aug 20, 2014 10:34 PM
|Louis Roth||Find A Grave Memorial# 87722226|
found a headstone for Mr
james otis lincoln
Added by Louis Roth on Aug 12, 2014 3:56 AM
Thank you again, memorial updated
Added by Diane Reich on Aug 09, 2014 12:35 PM
|Diane Reich||Caroline Anderson|
Thank you for the info, memorial updated.
Added by Diane Reich on Aug 07, 2014 9:37 AM
You are right as rain!!!!!!!!!! Dolie linked to W.T. Bailey
Added by Dara deBlieux on Aug 06, 2014 7:08 PM
Thank you for attaching the image of Ignazio to his memorial. I have added the additional info to the bio area, please delete it from under the photo. Probably keep the first paragraph since it pertains to the passport where the photo came from.
Would you like me to transfer this memorial to you?
Added by Samantha on Aug 05, 2014 6:52 PM
|Dara deBlieux||W.T Bailey|
I have deleted the duplication of William T Bailey in Atkins Cemetery Athens La. Now to follow up his wife needs to be linked to the existing memorial
Please link Dolie M. Bailey #92202804 to #48272331
Added by Dara deBlieux on Aug 05, 2014 3:24 PM
Are they your family? If so please ask me to transfer.
Added by Montereygenealogist on Jul 31, 2014 5:57 PM
|Rosemarie Vetter||RE: Priscilla Garvin|
What is his full name & DOB. Maybe I can figure it out from that. If you have where he is buried that would be helpful too. Or where they lived early on. Thanks.
Added by Rosemarie Vetter on Jul 29, 2014 7:51 AM
|Rosemarie Vetter||Priscilla Garvin|
Can you send me the memorial # for Samuel Garvin so I can add the link. I don't know which one to link her to. Also if you want Priscilla's memorial transferred to you, I can do that. Thanks, Rosie
Added by Rosemarie Vetter on Jul 28, 2014 4:53 PM
Thank you for transferring Albert's memorial to me.
Added by mycroft30 on Jul 27, 2014 10:07 AM
|Sarah Mikkelsen Carson||Harry Monroe Davis and Peggy Seda Brewer Davis|
Thank you for making the edits.
Added by Sarah Mikkelsen Carson on Jul 09, 2014 8:58 AM
|Avinger lady||Linda hill|
Thank you for transferring Linda's memorial to me. And thank you for all the work you do on findagrave.
Added by Avinger lady on Jun 25, 2014 11:25 AM
|Raymond Malaby||Daniel Gould Hill|
I just want to add some information regarding Daniel Gould Hill, Find A Grave Memorial# 104116106, buried at Antioch Cemetery in Cass County, Texas. He was the son of William Hill and Jane Cole. Your information regarding his marriage to Temperance Cole is correct, but he was first married to Mary Theresa "Tressie" Mullins, who apparently died before 1897. We're not sure where she's buried. Together they had several children, including my wife's great grandmother, Sarah Jane Hill (married Benjamin Franklin Draper). They are all buried at Antioch Cemetery.
Thanks for all your hard work.
Added by Raymond Malaby on Jun 22, 2014 5:01 PM