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guardianangel (#47743392)
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Jack Gilchrist
RE: Jane Bondy
Thanks for the feedback. I updated my records to reflect the fact that she is buried in an unmarked gravesite next to her parent's tombstone.

Added by Jack Gilchrist on Apr 26, 2015 12:09 PM

Jack Gilchrist
"Yellow Leaf" Photo - Thanks
Thank you for the grave photo of Jane Slocum and her parents taken in the Slocum Cemetery in Wabash Co., Indiana.

This (Full Blooden) Miami Indian was a relative of mine and your efforts to take this photo of her final resting place are most appreciated.

Added by Jack Gilchrist on Apr 26, 2015 6:57 AM

JET
RE: Juanita Fay Short Thompson
Thanks. My main interest is her children and their descendants. Can you help there?
Jim Thompson
lombardyplace@verizon.net

Added by JET on Dec 03, 2014 2:04 PM

JET
Juanita Fay Short Thompson
I am searching for descendants of Thomas Thompson of Mt Carmel, Baltimore County, MD. Do you have any additional info on her besides that on the memorial you created?
Jim Thompson
Towson, MD

Added by JET on Sep 21, 2014 8:04 PM

Mary Briggs
Gene
Thank you for your kind words. It helps to trust and look for the blessings.

Added by Mary Briggs on Mar 12, 2014 1:34 PM

Laura J. Stewart
Frances Maconaquah "Ma-con-a-quah" Slocum photos
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request & for the beautiful photos!

Added by Laura J. Stewart on Mar 20, 2013 7:29 PM

Rosemary D
RE: Charles Scott/John Scott
I know what you mean. It can get to be a habit and a passion. I appreciate your help with the Scott family very much. That was my grandmothers mother's family. I also appreciate the offer to help research on my husband's family. I thought he would be the easiest. I will definitely take you up on the offer. I can tell you I got back (for sure) to 1880 census in Missouri for Terrence and Catherine Drummond. (My husband's great grandfather.)
Terrence 1849 in PA - 1905 in Mo.
Catherine (Fenlon) 1847 in Ire. and 1930 in Mo.
I went to the cemetery (Mt. Olive, St. Louis) and found the headstone. That hooked me to volunteer for Find A Grave. It was so exciting to actually find it.
I found the obits for each of them and found that Catherine's parents were Tom Fenlon and Catherine Duggan both from Ireland.
Terrence's parents were from Ireland too (per census info).
I had talked to the oldest Drummond (uncle) and asked questions about the family. He told me they came from Pottsville Schuykill Pa.
I went to the Library and found a Terrence and Catherine Drummond (1870 PA Census) from that area and listed is a baby Daniel. I'm not sure if that's them or not. I could never find a Daniel after that. The ages for Terrence and Catherine are about right. That's where I loose it. I have Ancestry.com for the World and still can't find a thing. If there is anything I can give you to enable your search, just ask. I am so grateful for your help. Take care, Rosemary

Added by Rosemary D on Feb 14, 2013 6:58 AM

Rosemary D
RE: John Scott
Thank you for all your research. I certainly appreciate how much effort you put in on my behalf. It's a lot to take in. I have some of this info but you are correct, there are a lot of John Scotts, and Charles for that matter. This lineage is from my father's mother's side.(I started out researching my husband's family tree and can't seem to get past his GGGrandparents. I found their tombstone and took a photo. That's as far as I got. Can't pick up the thread after that.) You really do need to be a detective to do this and its so exciting when you make a find. Again I really appreciate your efforts. Can't wait to add your findings to mine. Rosemary

Added by Rosemary D on Feb 10, 2013 8:34 AM

Rosemary D
RE: Charles Scott (1764-1838)
thank you so much,

Added by Rosemary D on Feb 07, 2013 1:22 PM

Ernie Chapman
Concrete Crosses
I was able to get by the cemetery again. Don't know if I added the markers to the correct memorials or not. They were in a row of five all very close together. I assumed they were all children and since they were almost unreadable I limited the attachment to infants. Let me know if any should be moved and I will move them. They were all in a row facing the other three homemade markers.
Ernie

Added by Ernie Chapman on Oct 31, 2012 6:56 PM

Ernie Chapman
RE: Livonia Cemetery Durnil Family
I did not see any, but will be by that cemetery again today. I will stop by and take a look.

Added by Ernie Chapman on Oct 31, 2012 5:50 AM

Ernie Chapman
Durnil
I did not find the other burial that was supposed to be nearby. There was some open area that may be unmarked graves. Will recheck if I get back.

Added by Ernie Chapman on Oct 30, 2012 2:21 PM

eschende
RE: Headstone photo of Okey Shook
You are quite welcome. I also took one of a Leo Shook. There wasn't a link between them but I believe that they were related.

Added by eschende on Jul 03, 2012 4:41 PM

Jack Gilchrist
Russell Weaver Photo - Thanks
Once again .. Thanks .. for the nice photo taken of Russell's grave marker in the LaFontaine IOOF Cemetery. Much appreciated.

Added by Jack Gilchrist on Mar 13, 2012 2:40 PM

June Davis
John Forrester
Thank you for your time and work involved. June

Added by June Davis on Mar 13, 2012 8:12 AM

June Davis
Edna Lewis
Thank you for your time and effort. It is appreciated by all. June

Added by June Davis on Mar 13, 2012 8:10 AM

Jack Gilchrist
Oatis & Ida Weaver Photo - Thanks
Thanks for the gravesite photo taken in the LaFontaine IOOF Cemetery of these distant relatives. Your efforts on behalf of my ancestors is most appreciated.

Added by Jack Gilchrist on Mar 13, 2012 6:20 AM

Lori Kessler
Thank you
Thank you for posting the photo's for me.

Added by Lori Kessler on Mar 13, 2012 4:51 AM

 
 

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