|Diane Harman-Hoog||RE: Amherst Cemetery|
Just let me know what will work best for the people who use the site. I do not care about credit.
Added by Diane Harman-Hoog on Feb 15, 2015 1:17 PM
|Diane Harman-Hoog||Amherst Cemetery|
The person adding more people should have looked for existing entries.
Added by Diane Harman-Hoog on Feb 15, 2015 11:59 AM
|Diane Harman-Hoog||RE: Mount Rest Cemetery|
Since many of my ancestors were buried there, transfer them to me and I will see what I can do
Added by Diane Harman-Hoog on Feb 15, 2015 11:58 AM
|Linda Cancilla||Marshall Gue|
Thank you so much for the info on Marshall Gue. I took him off as the husband of Cora Mullinix.
Please let me know if I am ever wrong in anything I post, because then I can make the corrections in my Ancestry.com also for my family.
Added by Linda Cancilla on Feb 01, 2015 11:05 PM
|Jane Gerrish Waddell||Baker family plot number|
Thanks for sending the plot numbers for the Baker family members.
Are you related?
Added by Jane Gerrish Waddell on Jan 24, 2015 11:13 AM
|Darrin Hutchinson||Daniel Clary|
I came across the picture you took and memorial you created for my 3rd great grandmother Mary Ann Weedon Clary and was wondering if you happened to notice a headstone for her husband Daniel Clary, my 3rd great grandfather, nearby. He died in Frederick County, MD 36 years before Mary and thought it was possible she was buried next to him since I'm not aware of Mary getting remarried.
Added by Darrin Hutchinson on Dec 20, 2014 11:05 AM
|Kat Thomson||RE: Savage family|
you are welcome.
There are lots of Savages in that cemetery. Let me know if you want more. It was pretty cold today, but it was sunny, so I ventured out... I don't know how long we have until the snow covers everything.
Added by Kat Thomson on Dec 02, 2014 2:40 PM
|Sue Cumberland||Wilson photo request - Mt. Olive Baptist Church Cem|
I tried to fulfill your photo request for the headstone and gave for James Wilson. There is no headstone for James Wilson, or any other Wilson in this cemetery. It is not a very large cemetery and my husband and I both looked at each headstone. Sorry I could not fulfill your request.
Added by Sue Cumberland on Nov 03, 2014 10:05 AM
|David DeRitter||RE: Patrick Heagney|
I think I'm going to be returning to the Manville cemetery soon: I'll be sure to take a 2nd and better picture of Patrick Heagney: I felt bad that the last one was snow-covered. I'll keep you updated!
Added by David DeRitter on Oct 26, 2014 7:57 AM
|Patty C.||RE: Helen Christensan|
It breaks my heart when there is nothing about the people. Here is a link to the cemetery online index. http://www.rcancem.org/find-a-loved-one-search/ Good luck in your research.
Added by Patty C. on Oct 15, 2014 7:43 AM
|Sue Dotson||Joyce Buechling|
Thank you for the transfer! Sue
Added by Sue Dotson on Oct 13, 2014 12:09 PM
|Kathy Neal King||RE: 46119301, M DeLozier|
There you go!!!
Added by Kathy Neal King on Oct 13, 2014 7:16 AM
|Kathy Neal King||RE: Margaret Elizabeth Childress DeLozier|
Added by Kathy Neal King on Oct 13, 2014 5:05 AM
|Patty C.||RE: George Christiansen|
Unfortunately, there are no names engraved on this headstone. If you click the photo on the memorial page and then click it again when it comes up you can zoom in/out see what I mean. The plot number engraved 18-108 on the bottom left and the surname Christenson is the only thing engraved. If you would like a new photo of this marker you will need to request one.
Added by Patty C. on Oct 12, 2014 3:36 AM
|Patty C.||RE: george Christenson|
This is a traditional catholic cemetery and unfortunately does not allow foot stones.
Added by Patty C. on Oct 11, 2014 6:06 PM
|Anonymous Graver||Phillip Indovino|
You're welcome for the photo. You may use it on Ancestry.com as long as you use the following to source it: "Photo taken by FindAGrave.com member #47030153." and include a link to the page on which the photo is posted.
Added by Anonymous Graver on Aug 03, 2014 9:05 PM
|Farnitano||Virgie Lewis Memorial|
Thanks for noticing the duplicate. I can't delete it myself since it was a transfer, but I have passed on the request. Sorry it took so long to respond, I've been out of town.
Added by Farnitano on Jul 28, 2014 11:31 AM
|Sue Cumberland||RE: Photo request for James Wilson|
Sorry this has taken so long. I have not forgotten. I will be in Neshoba county this weekend and again for the Neshoba County Fair that is at the end of the month. I plan to find this cemetery and get the James Wilson photo for you. Please bear with me.
I've got my maps and I think I can find it. Wish me luck. If you aren't familar with the Neshoba County Fair, you should google it and check it out. A really big deal for the state of Mississippi.
Added by Sue Cumberland on Jul 11, 2014 9:45 AM
|Cari Aiken||RE: Pvt Paul E Dodd #77020176|
If you would like to copy the information in his bio from my memorial to yours, let me know when you have and I'll delete my memorial. If you prefer not to add that info, let me know that too so I can go ahead and delete the memorial. Thank you.
Added by Cari Aiken on Jul 09, 2014 7:48 AM
|Bob Farmer||Harold Green|
Wildflower - I checked with Shirley Green's family re their headstone. All of Harold's 'official' paperwork i.e. birth, death, social security, Army, etc have him listed as William Harold Green. Since he was known by many as 'Harold', they think that Shirley had him listed this way. I put a note on their site saying some much. Bofar
Added by Bob Farmer on Jun 23, 2014 6:07 PM
|CJBiller||Gertrude Lavinia McGolerick|
Thanks for the heads up on her.
Checked Find A Grave rules and they allow such postings before 1931 if name is on stone.
Added by CJBiller on Jun 23, 2014 4:22 PM
|Rose Wenstrom||Charles Gaskin|
Hello, may I add the photo of Chuck and Judy's headstone to my family tree? We haven't lived on the east coast since 1992, and I don't have a photo of his headstone. Thank you. :)
Added by Rose Wenstrom on May 23, 2014 7:32 PM
|Sue Cumberland||RE: Photos at Mount Olive|
I have printed your request and will certainly try to get this picture added. I do not live in this county, but visit often and will go to this cemetery in April and locate this for you.
Added by Sue Cumberland on Mar 27, 2014 1:59 PM
|Jim Smaltz||Delozier's at Eusebia|
I have updated your memorials at Eusebia.
Wonder if you have ever come up with any information on Rebecca Cunningham who was James Wiley Delozier's mother?
There is a potential connection (unproven) to my 3rd Great Gandfather, Benjamin A Cunningham. They are one of a few Cunningham's in Blount County. They are within 3 years of each other's age and both form North Carolina.
My GGG Grandfather arrived in Blount County around 1815 and there is no documented parents or siblings.
His wife's Parents - Charles and Agnes Kirkpatrick are buried at Eusebia. I have not found where Ben or Sara Cunningham are buried but all of their children down to my mother are buried at Eusebia.
The reason I have such a strong suspicion of relationship is James Wiley Delozier's name.
My 2nd Great Grandfathers name was Wiley Cunningham and attended Eusebia (he died during the civil war in a prisoner of war camp so was not buried at Eusebia). He had a brother named James. Wiley had a Son whose name was also James.
James was a common name in the Cunningham including my Grandfather and myself.
I have had DNA testing done on our line an can tell that we are not related to the Hugh Cunningham or Miles Cunningham lines. The only other Cunningham's known in Blount / Sevier counties.
jim.smaltz at gmail.com
Added by Jim Smaltz on Mar 17, 2014 3:40 PM
|Jim Smaltz||RE: DeLoziers in Eusebia cemetery|
Please use the Edit Tab and then use the Suggest any other correction or addition. It automatically send the creator a link which really helps in making a correction.
On your request for Hanna Delozier the memorial number you sent for her was incorrect and it took extra time to find her.
It is not possible to link a Parent to their children. You will have to send an individual request for each child requesting you link them to their parents and then give the Find A Grave # for their parents.
Thanks for your help
Added by Jim Smaltz on Mar 15, 2014 8:44 AM