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Tess (#47773539)
 member for 2 years, 17 days
Martha Shanahan
RE: Lizzie Bagley
Hi, I'm not related either but was doing some research for good family friends who are connected to Lizzie. A transfer is not necessary but very nice of you to offer.

Added by Martha Shanahan on Apr 30, 2013 2:47 PM

Geoge W. Copsey again
Me again. :) I did a bit of further checking in my family file. There is some information that is amiss. Silas Allen Copsey was not born in North Carolina. He was born in Rush County, Indiana, the son of Charles Colbert Copsey and Sarah Matthews. He moved with his parents to Lake County, California, about 1856.

Silas did marry Lucinda Rhudy and they did have a son George W., but this George was born in 1866 so he could not have been a Civil War soldier. This George died in 1908 and is buried in Lower Lake Cemetery, Lake Co. with his family. Silas Allen Copsey is also there and also on Findagrave.

There is some confusion and mixing of information going on. If you can send me the obit of the George you have, maybe I can clear things up a bit.

Not all the Copseys we come across are closely related.

All my best, Suzanne

Added by Suzanne on Feb 10, 2013 2:28 PM

George W. Copsey
Thanks for getting back to me so quickly and for checking further. There are more than one George W. Copsey, in fact, there are a slew of them. The George who served in Co. G. 71st Ohio is the son of Cornelius Copsey of Auglaize County, Ohio. If you have an Ancestry subscription, you will find his father Cornelius listed on his pension application, and his place of burial of Arnett (Arnot) Cemetery is listed in Headstones for Union Veterans. George is also listed with his parents Cornelius and Mary in the 1860 census in Moulton Twp., Auglaize Co., Ohio, and all this information matches, so it looks like the California George is another fellow.

I appreciate your work and your interest.
Sincerely, Suzanne

Added by Suzanne on Feb 10, 2013 2:01 PM

George W. Copsey
Hi Tess, I am interested in the information posted re George W. Copsey, #90207423, a Civil War soldier serving in Co. G.,71st Ohio. I have completely different information for him. My research has shown that he was the son of Cornelius Copsey and Mary Green, that he was born in Auglaize County, Ohio, that he died 02 Sep 1871, also in Auglaize County, Ohio, and he is buried in Arnett Cemetery there. I have this information from Headstones Provided for Union Soldiers and Ohio Deaths and Burials among other sources. So I am confused!
Thanks, Suzanne

Added by Suzanne on Feb 10, 2013 9:09 AM

Family Finder
Butte County Cemetery
Thank you Tess for all of the help! And just wanted to tell you what a great job posting these memorials to Find A Grave! Thank You!

Added by Family Finder on Feb 03, 2013 12:06 PM

William Kazupski
RE: Mary O'Dea
You're most welcome....
Glad I could help out!

Bill Kazupski

Added by William Kazupski on Jan 07, 2013 5:24 PM

Rebecca McClure
Butte County Cemetary
I noticed you have quite a few memorials for the Butte County Cemetery and I was wondering if you know who is supposed to be the care taker for the cemetery? We called the county and all they could tell us was who mowed the lawn. :( Thanks for your time :)

Added by Rebecca McClure on Nov 06, 2012 3:47 PM

Cathy Thomas
Margaret Jacquot
Thank you very much for the photo! She was my grgrgrandmother. Appreciate your effort. Cathy

Added by Cathy Thomas on Jul 18, 2012 9:58 AM

William Betz
Thank you so much for the information and the photo!
E. F.

Added by E F on Jun 29, 2012 10:18 AM

Cristel sagers
Thanks for taking the time to get the photo of her headstone. Greatly appreciate you taking the time.

Julee Hicks

Added by JJH on Jun 16, 2012 11:14 PM

Dee Tharp-Garrison
Oh, thank you. How kind and generous. I'm on my way to do it now. :-)

Added by Dee Tharp-Garrison on May 31, 2012 5:00 PM

Dee Tharp-Garrison
RE: Deavers
I would appreciate if you would post the rest of his family. His grandmother was a sister to my great-grandma.

Added by Dee Tharp-Garrison on May 31, 2012 1:40 PM

Betty Radugge
Thank you so much for the wonderful heastone photo's for William and Julia Thomason and all you do for Find A Grave.Have a blessed day.

Added by Betty Radugge on May 22, 2012 5:16 PM

Cameron-Ashley Heath
Thank You from WA State
Thanks Tess for getting the two Heath headstone photos up online today. You made an elderly woman in CA very happy. Leon B Heath was her father but she is so old she no longer travels and now she can see his headstone and visit online--she does own a computer. Thanks again for doing that. I just let her know it is up online now.

Added by Cameron-Ashley Heath on May 22, 2012 5:05 PM

Beverly Solliday
RE: Tibbs
Thank you very much for all the trouble you went to for me. I really appreciate it.


Bev Solliday

Added by Beverly Solliday on May 22, 2012 4:58 PM

Martha Shanahan
Thank you very much for getting the photo of the space where William Kidd is, even though he apparently had no marker. Your volunteer time is much appreciated.

Added by Martha Shanahan on May 22, 2012 4:47 PM

Duncan Head Stone Hunters
William Sweeney #89705747
Thank You for your time and effort, I thought perhaps the first attempt was just an overlook. Evidently his grave is unmarked. Since he is an Veteran, maybe I can do something about that. Again, "Thank You" for the attempt.

Added by Duncan Head Stone Hunters on May 22, 2012 11:06 AM

Lisa Upton
Butte County Cemetery
Thank you so much for all of the information you have helped me with the cemetary. I have added all that you suggested and please feel free to contact me at anytime. I am planning to go back this year and take additional photos though I have since moved out of the area.

Added by Lisa Upton on May 20, 2012 6:15 AM

Simmons Family
Barrow pics
Thank you, thank you. I am so grateful to you for you kind acts of service and you did a beautiful job! Thank you again.

Added by Simmons Family on May 15, 2012 8:49 AM

thank you! Very good pictures.

Added by J on May 15, 2012 7:14 AM

William Kazupski
RE: Mary
The cemetery stated it was a charity grave and that is why there was no marker. The burial was paid for by the Chicago Catholic Cemeteries. Mary was probably facing some hard times at the time of her death.

Added by William Kazupski on May 14, 2012 3:28 PM

RE: Nick Andrakin
Thank you for your help and time on this my husband will call them aand look more in to it.

Debbie Andrakin Have a nice day.

Added by debbie on May 09, 2012 10:50 AM

You might want to contact findagrave about the photo issue, it is a photo they automatically generate for each listing at that cemetery.

Added by GraverGuy on May 06, 2012 10:54 AM

Her death certificate indicates this is where she is buried. The office there would not confirm whether she was buried there, because they said that particular record set was in a box.

Added by GraverGuy on May 03, 2012 7:09 PM

Steven R. Goff
Luella Marie Kargel
Thank you for the Correction

Added by Steven R. Goff on May 03, 2012 6:51 PM


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