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Kitty Kelley, Ph.D. (#47821440)
 member for 4 years, 2 months, 8 days
ancestorhunter
RE: Photos of Richard Walden, James Walden, And Janelle Walden tombstones
Hi, thank you for your quick response. I get what is going on now. I saw the Walden names listed with no dates and thought they might belong to my great great great grandfather Walden I have been trying to track down. I have Hunts and Greens who lived in Coweta County and then moved to Yell County, Arkansas, My great greatgrandfather Hunt, and my great, great great, grandfather Hunt bith married in Coweta County. And a couple I believe to possibly be my the Greens, I am trying to research would have been the second marriage recoreded in Coweta County. Thank you again for all your help. P.S. my neice and her husband live in Newnan now.

Randy

Added by ancestorhunter on Jun 03, 2014 8:49 AM

ancestorhunter
Photos of Richard Walden, James Walden, And Janelle Walden tombstones
Hi, Thank you for taking the photos, However, I am confused because there is no photo on Richard Walden's page, and the other two sites tall me they no longer exist. Anything you can do? or any clue what has happened?

Randy

Added by ancestorhunter on May 31, 2014 4:49 PM

DebL
Polly Pike Caswell, Waterford Vt.
Thank you for your interest in the memorial for Polly in Lower Waterford Cemetery. Many contributors have been researching this family. Several conflicting suggestions concerning the date and place of her birth, and the number, names, and place of birth of her children have been offered. Her bio makes note of the possibilities that were suggested, including the names you found for her children. I hope the info you have concerning Polly's father was forwarded to the person managing his memorial. It would be a great addition. best regards - Deb.

Added by DebL on May 02, 2014 2:23 PM

Sabina
Eleazer B. Loomis / Montpelier
Thanks you for additional information! Happy trails...

Added by Sabina on Apr 26, 2014 4:59 PM

Sabina
James C. Lamb / Montpelier Vt
Thanks so much for the bio information on him. Have added to his memorial. Best wishes!

Added by Sabina on Apr 26, 2014 3:21 PM

Jone Blissett Johnson
Sheffield Hayward 2nd
Great Research!!!! I really think this is the missing "Mary". This record is a great find. Thank You. Jone

Added by Jone Blissett Johnson on Apr 06, 2014 10:07 AM

Sabrina K. Combs
Holdbrooks Graves
I want to thank you for going to Oak Hill Cemetery and taking photos of Neal and Myrtle Holdbrooks graves. I am their niece, and I've never had the opportunity to visit their graves. I really appreciate having the photos. Would you mind if I add them to my ancestry.com tree? The tree is private, and I would give you credit for taking the photos. Thanks again for your time and effort! :-)

Sabrina

Added by Sabrina K. Combs on Mar 10, 2014 6:49 PM

Frank Blair
Eddie & Millie Blair
Thank you for taking the time to search for and take the photos of the headstones of Eddie and Millie Blair.
Frank Blair

Added by Frank Blair on Mar 10, 2014 12:11 PM

Irma Hale
Leavell's
Thanks so much for taking the photos of the Leavell's gravestone. It is much appreciated

Added by Irma Hale on Feb 15, 2014 6:07 PM

Hazel Clack
Oak Hill Cemetery
Thanks you for fulfilling my photo requests. Your time and kindness is appreciated.

Added by Hazel Clack on Feb 06, 2014 9:01 PM

Jone Blissett Johnson
"Mary" Polly Sweet Hayward
After reviewing my records -- I believe that Sheffield married a 2nd time. Polly is always referred to as "Polly Sweet" & is buried next to her son Harry up above Troy, VT. Have a picture of her stone & and a record listing. I do not know whether Sheffield married after his first wife's death in 1840 or whether there might have been a divorce. I believe the person referred in records and buried next to Sheffield is a 2nd wife with the 1st name of Mary. I would love to know for sure as the stone in the North Troy Cemetery says "Polly S. Hayward -- wife of Sheffield Hayward. Birth date of Mary would be the end of 1770 or Jan of 1771 as listed as 80 years, 10 months on Oct 9, 1861.

Added by Jone Blissett Johnson on Feb 01, 2014 7:42 AM

Katherine Kooistra Schaefer
RE: George Reid
George Reid's wife was buried in Scotland. Her maiden name was Anne Simon. Thanks anyway

Added by Katherine Kooistra Schaef... on Jan 26, 2014 12:46 PM

Don Sharp
Cannon marker photos
Killy, thank you so much for the photos. I truly appreciate your contribution to findagrave.
Many thanks!
Don

Added by Don Sharp on Jan 25, 2014 9:24 PM

kwhitco
RE: Thank you!
I am glad I could help.

Added by kwhitco on Jan 19, 2014 7:04 PM

Jone Blissett Johnson
Moses Hayward Family
Thank You for your information on the Moses Hayward Family. He was my 4th great uncle. Sheffield & Polly Sweet Hayward were my 5th great-grandparents.

Added by Jone Blissett Johnson on Jan 18, 2014 10:44 AM

Don Sharp
Milas Johnson
Kitty,
Thank you for the photo of Milas' grave marker.
I really appreciate your efforts.
Don

Added by Don Sharp on Jan 13, 2014 6:37 PM

 
 

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