|Gloria Bello||Kennedy file|
I will be glad to send you my Kennedy file. But I will need your email address.
Gloria Kennedy Bello
Added by Gloria Bello on Dec 02, 2013 5:24 PM
|Gloria Bello||Lucien William Kennedy|
He is my husbands great grandfather. He came to Lake Charles, Louisiana about 1888 as an engineer to build the railroad from Lake Charles to Alexandria, LA.
Added by Gloria Bello on Dec 01, 2013 7:43 PM
|Donald Kruszyna||Almira Whipple Gove/Harrington|
Hi: Donna & Wayne Cain
This is the last wife of Thaddeus
Added by Donald Kruszyna on Nov 29, 2013 9:20 AM
Thank You for all the corrections on the Harrington Family.
Added by Donald Kruszyna on Nov 24, 2013 9:24 AM
Hi Donna : Susannah Mason Harrington is also a wife of Thaddeus #90770860.
Her page does not show add spouse or family.
Added by Donald Kruszyna on Nov 24, 2013 9:23 AM
|Lydia Scheeren||Harrington Family Farm|
You have posted a few request for some burials in the Harrington Farm Cemetery. It was my Girl Scout Troop that reclaimed the cemetery. We have taken pictures of all the headstones that we could find.We dug up a lot of them. For years the cemetery was in a cow pasture and the cows would rub on the headstones, knock them down and then walk on them and when you look at the pictures you will see that we cemented a lot of them back together. We took out a foot of a hundred years of composted material and found most of the headstones. I can not say that I am 100 percent sure that we found them all but I can safely say that we did find the majority of them plus a few that were not in any of the records that we researched. We did some research at the Greenwich Public Library to find all the people that were buried there (through newspaper articles and other researchers that had left a paper trail for us to follow). I am thinking that we have found all that is to be found.
The Harrington/Herrington name was a popular name in the Greenwich/Easton, Washington County, NY area. So where all your Harrington/Herringtons are buried I do not know. There is a Harrington Hill Rd. in Easton and I have been told there is a Harrington/Herrington family cemetery there. I have never gone to look for it. Washington county is full of lots of little family plots throughout the county.
So I wish you the best of luck in finding your family. You might want to list your requests on other cemeteries in the Easton/Greenwich area.
Added by Lydia Scheeren on Nov 08, 2013 7:42 PM
There was a little stone that said twins. It was leaning against a Knabb stone in the vicinity of the Cains as I recall. Have the picture if you want it.
Added by Doug Keever on Nov 07, 2013 11:16 PM
|Doug Keever||Cain Cemetery in in Nodaway Co.|
The cemetery is very overgrown. Did not find a baby Jesse, but found Jesse, May 1, 1856 aged 68 yrs., Mariam wife of Jesse d.Mar 6, 18??, Mo?rncy dau. of Jesse & M Cain. If we get it burned off or cleaned up I will try again.
Added by Doug Keever on Nov 07, 2013 11:10 PM
|N L Wilson Kelly||RE: Frank Benjamin Kelly|
Would be good to share information...don't have much on Thomas J and wife Nancy Ritchie and family.
Added by N L Wilson Kelly on Oct 23, 2013 9:31 PM
|Jason Curtis ||RE: Rosetta and James Mason|
Forgive me for taking so long. We did go out to the area of the homestead. In the area there was one house but it was not that old, it was around 20 to 30 years old. And no one was around. We walked some of the land where we thought might be a grave or a head stone but did not see anything. We did stop in the near by (small) town of Glen, they did not know of a Mason grave. Sorry that we did not find anything for you.
Added by Jason Curtis on Oct 20, 2013 8:54 PM
Hi; I've linked Elizabeth (Hearnden) Northup to her parents, but the birth dates are a bit problematical. Elizabeth had a son born in 1660 (based on a later deposition), so she was likely born not too much later than 1640. Having her mother born in 1628, means that her mother was a grandmother at the age of 32. Not impossible, but a bit of an uncomfortable stretch without some documentation. My info on the Hearnden/Harrington family comes from Austin's Genealogical Dictionary of RI. Can you source the birth year of 1628 given for Elizabeth White? Also, not sure why three of her children have birth years of 1652. Cheers.--Stan
Added by Stan Arnold on Oct 11, 2013 2:44 PM
|Dottie Gingerelli||Leta Youngblood|
Unfortunately, Leta isn't listed in any records at Mission City Cemetery. The Operations Superintendent even checked updated records, but nothing for the name 'Leta' nor for the dates provided. I have a request for the Santa Clara Mission Cemetery, so while I'm there I'll ask if there's anything in their records. I'll certainly let you know if anything shows up. Good luck, Dottie
Added by Dottie Gingerelli on Oct 03, 2013 10:24 PM
|Anonymous||Photo for James Kelley|
Hello, I have a photo of James F Kelley's marker which I will post momentarily. In the same lot with him are 3 other stones: Eliza B (definitely a Kelley. I will post a photo for her stone, too), Mary C. & also a Kelley, and J. Lucius ?. I don't know which Mary Kelley memorial goes with this stone, nor who J. Lucius ___ is. I'd love to be able to post these photos, if you can help point me to the right memorials?
Added by Anonymous on Oct 02, 2013 6:09 PM
|Barbarann Ayars||Esther Bowen Ayars|
I tried for years to disprove Esther Bowen of the Swansea MA group of Bowen's. Her brother Samuel moved to South Jersey. All this Esther's dates were perfect. I was sure she married Robert Ayars. I tried hard to unmarry her from Samuel Millard. No dice. there she is in that will. Charles Sheppard's genealogy of the Swansea Bowen's is air tight. I wore myself out looking for her. We know that on the Ayars property there are two side by side round unmarked stones proposed as the grave markers for Robert and Hester/Esther. Worse, Bowen is unproved. It is an assumption. Nothing demonstrates that this woman was a Bowen. One possibility is that she is the daughter of Col. Henry Bowen in Wales. Would explain why we find no record of her here.
Added by Barbarann Ayars on Sep 24, 2013 8:43 PM
|Barbarann Ayars||Hester/Esther Bowen Ayars|
Knottiest problem in Ayars genealogical research. Robert Ayars was first married to Katharin Taylor Ayars, born 1642 and died 1684' buried in the Common Burying Ground in Newport, RI. Her stone says: wife of Robert Ayars.
SDB's rarely recorded births or marriages, according to the Librarian at Newport His. soc. Many records ended up in Newport Bay, dumped there by the British. Jane Fitch, of NEHGS, built the court records from dried fragments retrieved and reconstructed with tweezers, where we see Robert, but not Esther Bowen Ayars.
Because Katharin was not discovered anywhere by anyone until the Common Burying Ground was catalogued about 12 years ago. Consequently, Frank Andrews, writing the Ayars Descendents in 1910 assigned all Robert's children to Esther. That is error.
Katharin's stone is next to the Mumford line of headstones. Xi believe Anne Mumford is Katharin's sister, making Robert Ayars and Stephen Mumford brothers in law.
Added by Barbarann Ayars on Sep 24, 2013 8:20 PM
|Peggy Litzo||RE: Margaret M. Koralewski Hoffmann|
You're welcome. Love your big baby in the pic
Added by Peggy Litzo on Sep 18, 2013 6:46 PM
|Bobbi Boren Muck||family links|
I added the parent links you requested. Sorry it took me so long, it's been crazy!
Added by Bobbi Boren Muck on Sep 18, 2013 8:29 AM
|Lori O||Augustus Barnes|
Hello Donna & Wayne,
I just registered, and I am researching the Barnes history. I am so excited to find your information!!! My great great grandfather is Augustus. My great grandfather is Rupert. My grandfather is not listed as a child of Rupert, he also had a 2 other sisters that are not listed. Looks like I may have a few things to add!
I live in Nicollet County, Minnesota and will be looking for the St. Peters Cemetery where Moses and Polly are buried. I could not find the location on the web. I have started a web page, let me know if I can help you with anything!
Added by Lori O on Sep 16, 2013 6:59 PM
|Barbara Schaffer||Enos Baldwin|
I linked Enos to his mother. Thanks for the info:)
Added by Barbara Schaffer on Sep 13, 2013 4:25 PM
|Jeri Herbert||Wilber Edgar Wood|
Wilber Wood was a brother to my great grandfather, Frank Burk Wood. I have put together a family tree book on the descendants of Joshua Burk Wood & Abby Jane Morgan Wood, but have never been able to add the family of Wilbur to the book. Wood love to hear from you concerning his family. Please e-mail me at JerHerbert@aol.com. - Jeri Herbert
Added by Jeri Herbert on Sep 06, 2013 5:36 PM
I think you had a post for Standing Rock cemetery in Kent. Or possible there was Stow Street cemetery that I looked at some requests. Either way, if you post plot numbers with the request, they will be more apt to get done.
Added by Jean on Sep 03, 2013 7:41 PM
Hello Wayne and Donna,
Sorry for the very late reply on your requests. Due to lack of time and so many requests it is hard to complete them all in a timely basis. Also I have been off line for a very long time due to personal reasons.
Per your requests I have transferred Napoleon Cain's memorial to you.
I found several newspaper articles on him and typed and added them to his memorial.
Added by Michael on Sep 02, 2013 7:33 PM
I can get these photos for you if you can tell me exactly where they are interred.
Added by Jean on Sep 02, 2013 11:45 AM
|A AAA American at Find A Grave||RE: Col. Joe Ware|
Col. (Ret.) Joe Ware is a Texan now as youall.
He grew up in Virginia. In Amherst County near where Uncle Truman Bowles's FANCY HILL was/is. The Fiddler Bill house is still with it.
He is in SAR and does quite a lot in genealogy / history.
Regards and love to the families,
Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Aug 29, 2013 11:17 PM
|A AAA American at Find A Grave||RE: Asa Stratton|
I do appreciate managing my direct kin as I know you do. Others as you have seen somehow think ownership is a photo.
You do such great work on here as I have seen as well told you so.
Wish youall lived closer.
Regards and love to the families,
PS: Do you know our kin Col. Joe Ware down yonder in Texas ?
Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Aug 28, 2013 2:52 AM