|weston04||RE: Thank you for the phone of Clarence Olson|
I tried adding the photo last evening but either the website was having server issues or the internet connection was very slow on my end. Anyway, will be adding the photo sometime Monday.
Added by weston04 on Dec 01, 2013 9:39 PM
|Claudia Clarke||RE: William Sleight|
I got the date from his probate records, but I imagine the burial records would be more accurate. I'll change it. Thanks
Added by Claudia Clarke on Nov 13, 2013 5:20 PM
|Dorsey Barnes Drane||Wow! You found it!|
Your photo of Martha Frances "Fannie" Edwards Luttrell is just great! I never thought it would be located.
Added by Dorsey Barnes Drane on Sep 27, 2013 8:34 PM
Thank you so much for the pictures. I appreciate this very much.
Added by Joeylin Stout on Sep 27, 2013 12:17 PM
|Taphophile Duo||RE: Ira Crowther|
If you do find an actual burial for him, please do let me know!
Added by Taphophile Duo on May 27, 2013 5:19 PM
|Barbara LeClaire||Donald Matthew Headley|
Military makes no mistakes, and if you believe this I have a bridge to sell you cheap. I had added one Headley to findagrave and went to the locater to see if any others where missing. Used the information from the locator. Thank you for the heads up. The information was from headstones ordered supposedly.
Added by Barbara LeClaire on May 21, 2013 7:51 AM
|James A Gamblin||Salem area|
Thank you for all your efforts finding & filling my requests.
Happy Hunting. Jim
Added by James A Gamblin on Apr 02, 2013 2:40 PM
|Vickie Rush||Lucian Jadwin|
Barbara and Elizabeth, Thank you so much for the photo of the Reverend Lucian's marker. Thanks to this one photo I have been able to make over 40 connections so far I have been working on these all afternoon. You gave me a boost that was sorely needed at this time. Take care, and remember that blessings are being sent your way. Vickie
Added by Vickie Rush on Mar 20, 2013 6:19 PM
|Vickie Rush||John and Sarah Dulworth|
Barbara and Elizabeth, Thank you so much for the photo of the above double marker. I suspose you know that you have made my day. I have been adding people and photos to my database all afternoon. Bless you two. Vickie
Added by Vickie Rush on Mar 20, 2013 6:12 PM
|Vickie Rush||Clare Leroy Dolworth|
Clare Leroy Dulworth and James R. Dulworth are brothers and are the sons of James W. Dulworth and Margaret J. Richards Dulworth. To me they are my 2nd cousins once removed. And Clair (Lynn, I believe) and Clare Leroy are sister and brother.
James W. Dulworth, their father (1st cousin twice removed) is the son of John W. Dulworth (my great grand uncle)and Sarah B. Smith Dulworth(second wife). This couple are buried in the
Jadwin Cemetery in Dent County, Missouri. I have sent for a picture of their marker, markers, etc.
This John W. Dulworth is the son of John Taylor Dulworth and Hyla "Highly" Willis Dulworth. This couple are my 2nd great grand parents and are buried somewhere in Cumberland County, Kentucky. most likely in unmarked graves.
John Taylor Dulworth is the son of Johannes Dulwitt a German immigrant first found on records in Tennessee. His name was anglised and became John Dulworth and he married Mary Broadway. This couple are my third great grand parents. The Dulworth's moved back and forth between Kentucky and Tennessee for years before migrating westward. Cumberland County, Kentucky sits right on the border of Tennessee.
If I can help any further please let me know. I apologize for taking so long in responding but right now I am going through chemo and radiation and sometimes Time just gets away from me. I so appreciate the pictures and as usual a candle will be lit and prayers will be said for you and yours as means of a thank you. Take care, Vickie
Added by Vickie Rush on Mar 20, 2013 12:34 PM
|Arthur Ridley||RE: Anna Jadwin|
If you wouldn't mind.
Added by Arthur Ridley on Mar 16, 2013 4:18 PM
|James A Gamblin||Bobby Gamblin|
Thanks for taking the time to take a picture of Bobby's grave site.
Added by James A Gamblin on Mar 15, 2013 4:10 PM
|Arthur Ridley||RE: Anna Jadwin|
Thank you for all of your fine work.
Added by Arthur Ridley on Mar 15, 2013 2:09 PM
|Vickie Rush||Rev. Lucian Lafayette Jadwin|
Thank you again. Prayers will be said. You have brought a smile to my face today. Take care. You are doing a great service. Vickie
Added by Vickie Rush on Mar 12, 2013 8:40 PM
|Vickie Rush||Dredward Dulworth|
Thank you so much for the photo of the double marker for Dredward Dulworth and his wife Sarah Ella Shelton Dulworth. There is no way I would have be able to obtain this photo myself. At present I am battling colon cancer and am confined at home. I thank you for allowing me to continue work on my family history. As means of a thank you a candle will be lit and prayers will be said for you and yours. Thank you again. I wish you success in all your endeavors. Vickie
Added by Vickie Rush on Mar 12, 2013 8:34 PM
|phillipsp||RE: George Hadley|
You're very welcome.
Added by phillipsp on Feb 27, 2013 2:01 AM
|Barbara LeClaire||Mary "Polly" Reynolds Stephens|
I have noidea who this is, can you help me a little more. Perhaps a findagrave number?? Thanks.
Added by Barbara LeClaire on Feb 25, 2013 12:38 PM
|phillipsp||RE: Bethiah Phillips Donaldson McKown|
Thanks, but no relation to my husband. His family came from Kansas and Oklahoma.
Added by phillipsp on Feb 24, 2013 10:17 PM
|phillipsp||RE: Thank you|
You're very welcome and thanks for the tips on creating links.
Added by phillipsp on Feb 23, 2013 9:00 PM
|phillipsp||RE: Priscilla Chamberlain Donaldson|
I just read your email message. I am not able to add links to external websites on Find A Grave, but I did add the extra information you listed under the photo. Let me know if you would like me to transfer her memorial to you.
I did see the website you referred to and your cousins have done some remarkable work restoring and creating memorials. It's unfortunate that Priscilla's tombstone is no longer in the same condition it once was, but it's wonderful that older photos were taken at one time to document its original state.
My husband's (paternal) Phillips' line is supposed to have originated from Native Americans. I have not been able to trace them very far back. His maternal line goes back very far, and ironically there was one branch (Stanclifts/Stancliffs) that engraved tombstones in Conn. in the late 1600's.
Added by phillipsp on Feb 21, 2013 2:38 AM