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David Christopher Benton (#47947317)
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Not-Forgotten
RE: Additional thanks
You're welcome, glad to help out. St Peter's was actually very easy to walk, it's mostly flat with stones pretty evenly laid out. So I didn't mind walking the whole section to rule out the possibility of her being in another part of section III.

Added by Not-Forgotten on Sep 18, 2014 4:58 PM

Marylou Sciscoe
RE: Emma WILLEMIN
Hi David,

No. James S. Halliday is still in the Baker Vault. He wasn't moved.

I have an updated list of interments from the Mount Moriah records. I will email it to you.

Take care cousin,
Marylou

Added by Marylou Sciscoe on Sep 01, 2014 5:58 PM

Tracey
Photo Request
Glad to help out! I looked for the other request you made but was unable to locate them in section III.
Tracey

Added by Tracey on Aug 22, 2014 9:35 AM

redsat
RE: Thank you!
Hi, I just read your message. I think
I did see some of the other names you were asking for. I can run back over if you still need the photos.

Added by redsat on Jul 19, 2014 8:34 PM

Major M.
RE: Thank you
My pleasure!

Added by Major M. on Jul 06, 2014 2:48 AM

Charlet Roskovics
Virginia Hopson Ellis
Dear David, Kudos on the research found for Virginia (Hopson) Ellis! Amazing!!! Charlet Emery Roskovics

Added by Charlet Roskovics on May 28, 2014 9:51 AM

KEN DOTY BROWN
RE: FindAGrave.com stuff
Thanks for the info
Ken

Added by KEN DOTY BROWN on May 23, 2014 10:42 PM

Thomas O
RE: Thank you.
You're welcome. Glad to help.

Added by Thomas O on May 14, 2014 5:06 PM

L Ferree
Julia Wright
Awe, what a sad story and a sweet poem. Thanks for the link. I've included an excerpt on her memorial page.

Added by L Ferree on Mar 21, 2014 9:30 AM

Dana
Agnes Macatee - Resurrection
Hi David, I was able to get your photo, will upload within the next 48 hours.

Dana

Added by Dana on Mar 17, 2014 9:22 AM

Thomaston-Upson Archives
RE: poet Louisa Winifred
David,
I am so glad that you contacted us regarding Louisa. I have actually never been to Greenwood myself but we have a volunteer who has and he has taken the photographs of the markers we have in Greenwood. He may not be able to explain how to get there but he could take you there and show you where the family plot is if you would like for him to. I am so sorry I could not be more help, but again he could do that if you are interested. Please let me know if there is anything I can do and I hope you have a great day.

Added by Thomaston-Upson Archives on Mar 11, 2014 6:13 AM

Autistic Wonderboy
RE: JAMES in West Laurel Hill Cemetery
I can see how disappointed you may seem regarding my find (and I'm sorry you are), but please bear in mind I'm just the person who found and photographed the headstone. If you're really that upset regarding only one last name on the headstone (and I don't mean this as a wisecrack, this is my honest suggestion), take it up with West Laurel Hill Cemetery -- 610-664-1591

Added by Autistic Wonderboy on Mar 10, 2014 7:17 AM

Marylou Sciscoe
RE: Elizabeth Passmore (Pierce) BAKER (1807-1893)
Sent a message to your email with information. Thanks for contacting. Elizabeth is my 3rd Great Grandmother.

Added by Marylou Sciscoe on Mar 08, 2014 4:30 AM

skellysiam
GenForum Msg Boards
Not sure if you've seen this or not. Passing it along to make sure. Some of the info is posted on Find A Grave mem for James H Carman and some not. The post is dated 2001, so Cris C should have finished by now:
http://genforum.genealogy.com/carman/messages/580.html
Good hunting.
br, Mike.S

Added by skellysiam on Feb 27, 2014 3:13 AM

skellysiam
RE: Mary (Brown) SCHELLENGER (1810-1869)
My pleasure, I'm always interested in Schellinger data and Find A Grave has been a great source of "new" datapoints. I usually search Find A Grave every 30 days using the most common spelling variations of Schellinger to see who's been added; Aaron (1808-1883) was my latest adventure. The two family names you cited, Carman and Furman have direct connectivity to my Schellinger line of CMC. Caleb Carman was a mill wright, whaler and miller in CMC and one of the original grist mills he built there (Cold Spring Creek) came into the possession of the Schellinger family. They, Cornelius Schellinger and sons, operated it until it burned down. The Furman family is part of my line of descent; Martha Furman married Jacob5 Schellinger and produced Furman6 Schellinger, my ggg grandfather.
I have been trying to find the parents of Aaron (1808-1883) but w/o an Ancestry.com subscription it's rather difficult, however, I have tentatively assinged Aaron5, s/o William Henry4, s/o Abraham3, s/o Cornelius2 I, s/o Jacobus1, as the father of our Aaron. That may change later on, but that's what makes sense to me now.
I have found, in this gene business, you don't always get the answer you want when you what it; sometimes if you wait, the answer will find you. Just have to be patient.
I will keep the names you mentioned at hand when searching the data stream.
Will keep you posted as the answers find me. And thank you very much for the memorial xfer; I appreciate your kindness.
I have a bio on Caleb Carman; if you would like it let me know.
br, Mike Skelenger

Added by skellysiam on Feb 25, 2014 8:13 AM

skellysiam
RE: Mary (Brown) SCHELLENGER (1810-1869)
My pleasure, I'm always interested in Schellinger data and Find A Grave has been a great source of "new" datapoints. I usually search Find A Grave every 30 days using the most common spelling variations of Schellinger to see who's been added; Aaron (1808-1883) was my latest adventure. The two family names you cited, Carman and Furman have direct connectivity to the Schellingers of CNC. Caleb Carman was a mill builder in CMC and one of the original grist mills he built in CMC came into the possession of the Schellinger family. They, Cornelius Schellinger and sons, operated it until it burned down. The Furman family is part of my line of descent; Martha Furman married Jacob5 Schellinger and produced Furman6 Schellinger, my ggg grandfather.
I have been trying to find the parents of Aaron (1808-1883) but w/o an Ancestry.com subscription it's rather difficult, however, I have tentatively assinged Aaron5, s/o William Henry4, s/o Abraham3, s/o Cornelius2 I, s/o Jacobus1, as the father of our Aaron. That may change later on, but that's what makes sense to me now.
I have found, in this gene business, you don't always get the answer you want when you what it; sometimes if you wait the answer will find you. Just have to be patient.
I will keep the names you mentioned at hand when I am searching the data stream.
I didn't mention this before, but Jacobus1 (1625-1693) was the first Dutch-Schellinger to come to the new world in 1650 to what is now NYC.

Added by skellysiam on Feb 25, 2014 7:32 AM

skellysiam
RE: Mary (Brown) SCHELLENGER (1810-1869)
My pleasure, I'm always interested in Schellinger data and Find A Grave has been a great source of "new" datapoints. I usually search Find A Grave every 30 days using the most common spelling variations of Schellinger to see who's been added; Aaron (1808-1883) was my latest adventure. The two family names you cited, Carman and Furman have direct connectivity to the Schellingers of CNC. Caleb Carman was a mill builder in CMC and one of the original grist mills he built in CMC came into the possession of the Schellinger family. They, Cornelius Schellinger and sons, operated it until it burned down. The Furman family is part of my line of descent; Martha Furman married Jacob5 Schellinger and produced Furman6 Schellinger, my ggg grandfather.
I have been trying to find the parents of Aaron (1808-1883) but w/o an Ancestry.com subscription it's rather difficult, however, I have tentatively assinged Wiliam Aaron

Added by skellysiam on Feb 25, 2014 7:22 AM

skellysiam
RE: Mary (Brown) SCHELLENGER (1810-1869)
My pleasure, I'm always interested in Schellinger data and Find A Grave has been a great source of "new" datapoints. I usually search Find A Grave every 30 days using the most common spelling variations of Schellinger to see who's been added; Aaron (1808-1883) was my latest adventure. The two family names you cited, Carman and Furman have direct connectivity to the Schellingers of CNC. Caleb Carman was a mill builder in CMC and one of the original grist mills he built in CMC came into the possession of the Schellinger family. They, Cornelius Schellinger and sons, operated it until it burned down. The Furman family is part of my line of descent; Martha Furman married Jacob5 Schellinger and produced Furman6 Schellinger, my ggg grandfather.
I have been trying to find the parents of Aaron (1808-1883) but w/o an Ancestry.com subscription it's rather difficult, however, I have tentatively assinged Wiliam Aaron

Added by skellysiam on Feb 25, 2014 7:22 AM

skellysiam
RE: Mary (Brown) SCHELLENGER (1810-1869)
My pleasure, I'm always interested in Schellinger data and Find A Grave has been a great source of "new" datapoints. I usually search Find A Grave every 30 days using the most common spelling variations of Schellinger to see who's been added; Aaron (1808-1883) was my latest adventure. The two family names you cited, Carman and Furman have direct connectivity to the Schellingers of CNC. Caleb Carman was a mill builder in CMC and one of the original grist mills he built in CMC came into the possession of the Schellinger family. They, Cornelius Schellinger and sons, operated it until it burned down. The Furman family is part of my line of descent; Martha Furman married Jacob5 Schellinger and produced Furman6 Schellinger, my ggg grandfather.
I have been trying to find the parents of Aaron (1808-1883) but w/o Ancestry

Added by skellysiam on Feb 25, 2014 7:19 AM

skellysiam
Aaron Schellinger (1808-1883)
FYI: Find A Grave Memorial # 125451101.
Believe Byron B and Mary (b.1842) (children of Aaron and Mary) are buried with their parents at Ebenezer Church Gounds (where ever that is).
br, Mike.S

Added by skellysiam on Feb 21, 2014 5:52 PM

Dave Crouse
RE: Thank you
YW and lad I was of help.

Added by Dave Crouse on Feb 09, 2014 3:01 PM

B Hendriks
Typo
You're very welcome (I mean).

Added by B Hendriks on Jan 31, 2014 4:39 PM

B Hendriks
RE: Thank you.
Your very welcome.

Bud

Added by B Hendriks on Jan 31, 2014 4:38 PM

Michael Towers
RE: Thank you again!
Here's a link to the rest of the pictures as well as another copy of the map to section 117. I don't yet have a copy of the map to section 122. However, it is clear that lots 4322 and 4937 straddle the two maps.

I will need to take another look at the area again to properly answer your last question (soon).

http://www.sendspace.com/folder/1p36ce

Added by Michael Towers on Dec 25, 2013 7:05 PM

L Evans
Thomas Denison
Glad I could help...
Take Care,
L Evans

Added by L Evans on Nov 21, 2013 9:28 PM

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