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Sandra (#47212310)
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Bio Photo I have alway watched old cemeteries pass beyond the car window when traveling and wondered about who was buried there. Find a grave gives me a legitimate reason to roam through cemeteries and document the graves found there.
My dear Aunt Vivian tried for years to get me interested in the Family's Genealogy. Of course, It wasn't until after we lost Aunt Vivian (and in losing her lost the best source for family history) that I started tracing back through the family history. Find a grave has helped me in my search and allowed me to find many graves of my ancestors.
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Donna Markey
RE: Stevens
I am not on Ancestry. I use it at the library when I can't find what I want elsewhere. A GEDCOM file would be great! Thanks! If necessary, I'll download what I need when I go to the library.
Added by Donna Markey on Sep 12, 2014 7:52 AM
Ron Kinney
RE: William S. Crowell
You're very welcome Sandra.
Added by Ron Kinney on Sep 02, 2014 5:44 AM
Donna Markey
RE: Clarissa Stevens
Wouldn't that be fun!?! I haven't been able to connect Achsah Stevens, daughter of Beriah Stevens to my family, which goes Donna Stevens Markey -> Leonard Stevens -> Deforest Stevens -> William Stevens -> Arunah Stevens,which is as far back as I can go. Areunah/Arunah/Areuney Stevens was born in New Jersey abt 1815. They came through Oneida county before landing in Cattaraugus County--primarily Coldspring. Do you have any further information on Beriah Stevens and his line? I would love to pursue this.
Added by Donna Markey on Aug 17, 2014 9:39 AM
Donna Markey
RE: Clarissa Stevens
Thanks for letting me know. I've updated my stuff and will keep you posted if I find anything new.
Added by Donna Markey on Aug 16, 2014 10:23 AM
A AAA American at Find A Grave
Dear Sandra,

On Harvey Point, ( Now North Carolina ) . It is a CIA training area so we as kin still may not access it nor anyone without proper vetting. 3 Cem. are located on it of ours. SEAL Team Six trained for the Operation to get GERONIMO ( Saddam Hussein ).

You may well know of the Colony ( Lost Colony ) Roanok. As the Fort at Jamestowne began on May 14th, 1607 A.D. N.S. . Pieces were shown by the Chief potentate which municipality as well Virginia County is named. My Great Uncle Hon. E. Floyd Yates Sr. resided Erin Oaks first. Next to his FORD and Pure Oil Dealerships. Do you know his only son Col. (Ret.)Elwood Floyd Yates Jr. ?

What was shown by Chief Powhatan to the English at Jamestowne Colony/Fort/Island you may ask. English and French Musket barrels, English SHINY Copper pieces, a brass mortar, tools, implements,cast iron, etc..etc.. So yes, IMHO, the settlers at Roanok not being resupplied and starving traded any and all they could. Asimilated
into the tribes, bands, and nations of the First nations peoples there which became the Province of Virginia then North Carolina.

Chief Powhatan was living in what is West Point, Virginia. The English built the structure where those chimmineys are.

The first female child most know as Virgina Dare.
The first Male is KIN, Baby/Babie Harvie/Harvey born in A.D. 1584.

Regards and love to the families,

Jonathan Robert De Mallie

Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Jul 30, 2014 2:26 PM
Farrar and related families
Blackmar edit info...Thank you for your help.
Your kindness and hard work is really appreciated. Thanks for studying these memorials to help add family links.
Added by Farrar and related famili... on Jun 24, 2014 3:48 PM
RE: Thankful Stevens
They are both cemeteries owned by the City of Grand Rapids. You could try calling (616) 831-1600 ... they have a centralized office now. Good luck!
Added by KathyCook on Jun 23, 2014 6:18 PM
RE: Thankful Stevens
I'm glad you were able to track her down. My guess is that she was originally buried at Oakhill and was removed to Greenwood. But who knows?
Added by KathyCook on Jun 22, 2014 8:46 PM
John G. Hall
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Presently I'm working on a USCT Headstone Page & would like to include any photos you may have. As a fellow Find A Graver I'll make sure you're given FULL credit & a link back to Find A Grave. Here's the link to our Page:

John G. Hall (#47204255)
Graves Registration Officer SUVCW
Added by John G. Hall on Apr 06, 2014 12:51 PM
William J. Simmons
RE: Jonas Simmons?
I also found that Capt. Jonas Simonds born Massachusetts in 1740, and is listed on as being a capt. in the Continental Artillery.
Added by William J. Simmons on Feb 23, 2014 4:40 PM
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