|Jeanne Whitson||RE: Kneebone|
My Great Grandmother was Jennie Kneebone Smalley. She is buried in Sioux Falls. But her father John, mother Mary Rule Kneebone, brother John William (headstone I uploaded) and sister Mary Kneebone Benedict are all buried there.
Added by Jeanne Whitson on Sep 18, 2015 7:53 AM
|Jeanne Whitson||RE: John Kneebone|
When I was back in South Dakota to visit my parents a few years ago I dragged them to every cemetery within a days driving distance to photograph headstones. They really loved it when I started cleaning them so we could read them! When we stopped in a store to get directions to the cemetery in Flandreau the woman asked what the last name was and when I said Kneebone, she told me there were a lot of Kneebones there and they were all related so I took pictures of everything and decided I would try to figure it out when I had the time. Take care!
Added by Jeanne Whitson on Sep 17, 2015 7:33 AM
|Melissa Dunkerley||RE: Hannah White Salisbury|
I am on Ancestry.com, let's take this offline (email). I guess that expression doesn't really work in this case, but you can reach me at email@example.com.
Added by Melissa Dunkerley on Sep 14, 2015 8:31 PM
|Melissa Dunkerley||Salisbury Descendent|
My name is Melissa Dunkerley, and I am the 4x Great Granddaughter of Hannah White (married to Stephen Salisbury). First of all, I want to thank you for all of the information you have put into the Bios on FindAGrave.com. I am particularly interested in the history of Hannah White, as you have her listed as a descendant from the Mayflower. I wanted to ask, do you have any documents that you can send me on Hannah and her ancestors? I'm still relatively new to Genealogy, and I've only just discovered today that Hannah White is my ancestor, so anything you have on her would be greatly appreciated
Added by Melissa Dunkerley on Sep 13, 2015 1:05 AM
|Robin Bittner||RE: Lehr / Maryland|
If you know nothing about Andrew's origins you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will give you plenty of info.
Added by Robin Bittner on Aug 08, 2015 5:00 PM
|Robin Bittner||Lehr / Maryland|
Thank you so much for adding the photos of Harry Lehr and family. He is my 3rd cousin. Did you know Harry? Would you be able to tell me anthing about what type of person he was? If you are related to him and need info on his background, please ask. Again, thanks for wonderful pictures.
Added by Robin Bittner on Aug 05, 2015 10:14 PM
|Jean Timmons||RE: Salisbury|
Thanks! I have lots to do! Appreciate all the information.
Added by Jean Timmons on Mar 09, 2015 4:21 PM
|Jean Timmons||RE: Salisbury Photos|
Thanks, Nancy. I'm related through Anna Salisbury (dau. of William II & Hannah Anna Cole) and Samuel Bullock. Bial Bullock married Abraham Blake, my father's side of the family. I just recently discovered the Salisbury line. I would love to know more about them. I don't have an active Ancestry subscription at the moment, but will later again. What is a good source for the Salisburys? I did see on FamilySearch that there is information, but not many sources.
Added by Jean Timmons on Mar 09, 2015 10:51 AM
|Jean Timmons||Salisbury Photos|
I would like to have your permission to use the photos on William Salisbury's memorial # 98399731 for my tree on Ancestry. He was my 9th GGrandfather.
Jean Blake Timmons
Added by Jean Timmons on Mar 08, 2015 3:00 PM
|jimmy Baker||Richard Plantagenet|
I was working on my family tree and my great great Grandma name was Mary Ann York who was the only daughter of Columbus Edward York and the farther i opened the tree it came to Richard Plantagenet. if u have any information if iam on the right track or way off base could u please let me know.
Added by jimmy Baker on Mar 04, 2015 1:16 AM
|j.lynn||95899272 George Kneebone|
He is on my family tree so I will not be transferring him. Feel free to add any information you want to this memorial though as that is the Find A Grave guidelines. Thanks.
Added by j.lynn on Mar 02, 2015 9:55 AM
|あなたは自身||I'm out of here|
Added by あなた&... on Jan 30, 2015 5:00 AM
|mike ford||Dorothy Seaman Nixon|
Anonymous asked me to email you the yearbook page with the picture of Dorothy Seaman. I do not have your email.
Added by mike ford on Jan 19, 2015 7:25 AM
I have linked James to his parents, but please in the future, send your source of information. It makes the process go much faster.
Added by dells on Jan 02, 2015 12:57 PM
|Kim Barli||Arrigan Family|
Catharine & Patrick Arrigan are my GG Grandparents. My G Grandmother is Anastacia Arrigan Bigelow (Mary Ellen's Sister). Would love to connect! Kim
Added by Kim Barli on Sep 27, 2014 3:43 PM
That person has now been trying to collect up the memorials of my great grandmothers family, who she isn't even related to, and I see that some of the siblings have disappeared AGAIN! What a piece of work! Lk
Added by あなた&... on Sep 17, 2014 7:18 PM
Hey Nancy I have replaced some of the memorials that were deleted, if you would like to have them, I would like to transfer them over to you for safe keeping. It doesn't matter who owns them just as long as they are there! I think if you have them they will be less likely to be deleted. You know how to reach me.
Added by あなた&... on Aug 17, 2014 3:18 PM
|Darrel Salisbury||Salisbury genealogy|
I have done an extensive study of my Salisbury ancestry. I have synopses for most of the major branches - about 70 to date. The synopsis,(The Ancestors and descendants of Richard Salisbury of Georgetown, Madison County, New York)runs to 16 pages, as of today. The synopsis (The Descendants of Richard Salisbury: With Some Ancestral Families)
is about 15 pages. I'd like to send the first to you, but I need an email address. I did a 3 page
study of the deaths of William & John Salisbury.
But, I have apparently deleted it & will have to do it again, :( . BTW, what is the genesis of your middle name, Painthorse?
Added by Darrel Salisbury on Jul 24, 2014 10:17 AM
|Laurie Charles Bowman||RE: Salisbury|
I see that you would like me to transfer a record, and add some links. What is the name of the son you would like to be updated and transferred? I see the parents names listed, but not the son?
Added by Laurie Charles Bowman on Jun 23, 2014 10:06 AM
I descend from John's brother, Jonathan (b. 1677). And yes, we visited the cemetery some years back and made that observation. Hope you will move the coat of arms to Thomas.
Added by Diane Gravlee on Jun 13, 2014 7:56 PM
|Diane Gravlee||John Hartshorn|
Since your relationship is more than the required number for transfers and I am related to him as well through his brother, I wish to retain his memorial. I do have a suggestion for you and that is to delete the family crest photo you posted to his memorial and INSTEAD post it to his grandfather's memorial. His grandfather is Thomas Hartshorn (born England 1614, died Mass. 1683) and is memorial # 22952288. I think it is more appropriate to have the British crest posted to the immigrant rather than someone who was born and died in America. Just a thought.
Added by Diane Gravlee on Jun 12, 2014 6:26 PM
|Carolyn Farnum||Salisburys in Seattle|
I probably removed the cause of death. The original info came from the old record cards at Evergreen Washelli Cemetery office and it seems strange that both were listed with that same cause of death?? I have those cards on microfiche and if you want I can look them up again.
Added by Carolyn Farnum on May 31, 2014 8:34 AM
|ANCESTRY DETECTIVE||Family ties to Mayflower|
Came across Mary Ann Carder Seamans, married Thomas Seamans, Susannah Salisbury's gg grandson, anyway Mary Ann Carder is a Mayflower descendant, from William Mullens, who arrived on the Mayflower with his daughter Priscilla. Priscilla later married John Alden, who also arrived on the Mayflower. I bet her descendants also knew the Salisbury's in Williams Salisbury's family.
Added by ANCESTRY DETECTIVE on Apr 20, 2014 5:18 AM
|ANCESTRY DETECTIVE||RE: Salisbury|
I use ancestry.com and Findagrave.com simultaneously so if that person posted it it should be there if it's a public account. I spent the whole day going down the Seamans line linking the family members to find a grave memorials. So you should be able to see it on ancestry.com. I hope to do the Salisbury line from Susannah Salisbury Seaman up to the Tudors next. Thanks for the info.
Added by ANCESTRY DETECTIVE on Apr 20, 2014 5:12 AM
|ANCESTRY DETECTIVE||Family ties|
By the way Nancy, after doing my grandmothers family tree, Dorothy Seaman Nixon, related to Susanna Salisbury Seaman, her husbands family, the Nixon's, are related to Edward Weaver, and Joseph Smith, as well as the Jennings, who were related to Jennings the said to be richest man in England of his time. And Charles Dickens wrote a book about this family and how this mans inheritance was dwindled away by lawyers and lawsuits.
Added by ANCESTRY DETECTIVE on Apr 19, 2014 5:44 PM