|Sara Hayes Sommer (#46618258)|
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Photographs of my FAMILY MEMBERS that I have posted to Find-a-Grave are from the Private Collection of our family & may not be copied or reproduced without our permission.
We are happy to share with family - but we need to be sure that genealogy is accurate. THANK YOU...
HAYES, HAYS, GIBBS, WALTON, THOMPSON, DONALDSON,
MERRICK, McWHORTER, SMITH, PATTEN/PATTON, MERRICK,
EAKIN, HINES, GROVER, GOULD, HAMILTON, FISHER,
STOCKER/STODARD, RANCHEON, DAY, HOOBER/HOOVER,
FLORA, HERBAUGH, WALTERS, WEST, QUINN, SOMMER,
For info etc., please email me directly:
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|Mi Jo||94900016 Ervin D. Day & Clara B|
I was taking pictures today at the Greenwood Cemetery, Eureka Kansas. I was looking for a infant "Day." He was the child of Ervin and Clara Day. He is buried beside Clara and is on the headstone with his parents. For some reason, the person taking the photo for Ervin and Clara's memorials cut off the picture, leaving out Urban H. Day. Infant son of Ervin and Clara. I have posted the full picture of the three person stone to all three of their memorial pages. I sorry to clutter up their pictures on their memorials but wanted Urban included. With you being the manager you can rearrange the photos to your liking. If you wish me to remove the picture just drop a note to me.
Urban H. Day, 1911-1911. Buried in block 40-14-03. Find A Grave #95411439.
I have no connection to your family.
Added by Mi Jo on Nov 05, 2015 6:35 PM
|james caesar||caesar relatives|
Searching for Caesar/ceasar/cesars. My gg grandfather, John Ceasar is listed in the R.I. census of 1790 (11 family members) in the not white not black column (i.e.) Indian column. He moved to Canada when my grandfather, Samuel, son of Stutley ceasar, was born. They later moved to Vermont. Samuel fought in the Civil War and eventually settled in Dalton, Mass. Many Caesars are list with R.I. roots. Many are listed as black, fewer as Indians. had a DNA test done which showed the marker for Native American anc. We don't know with which tribe we're affiliated. I've heard both Naragansett and Nipmuck. Also, on my mother's side, I'm searching for the parents of Francis Hamilton (Hambleton) a mulatto born in N.J. around 1770. He Married Rebecca Austin, b. R.I.,daughter of English parents. They settled in Pittsfield, Mass. Looking for any help at all. Thank you, jim Caesar at email@example.com
I linked the parents. Please use the edit tab in the future. It makes it much easier to make corrections.
Added by Alexis on Dec 04, 2014 3:01 PM
|Pat J||RE: Felton Cemetery|
Could BF Pike been born a few years after? http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Pike&GSfn=Benjamin&GSmn=Franklin&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=138957638&df=all&. Can anyone else who holds some of those memorials of Pikes, Felton's help you? There is a Felton House in Peabody, which I assume you know. It appears they have some sort of reunions.
Added by Pat J on Dec 04, 2014 7:23 AM
|Pat J||Felton's, Pikes, etc|
I gave you everyone I had memorialized in the Peabody MA Felton cemetery. Hope it helps!
Added by Pat J on Dec 03, 2014 9:49 PM
|Pat J||Felton Cemetery|
Do you want any of the other people I made memorials for that are in the Felton Cemetery? I will be glad to transfer them if you wish!
Added by Pat J on Dec 03, 2014 2:30 PM
|Ms. N.E.||William McAuley memorial|
Thanks for the transfer.
Added by Ms. N.E. on Nov 12, 2014 4:15 PM
|Ms. N.E.||William & Jane McAuley|
Thank you for the transfers.
Added by Ms. N.E. on Oct 29, 2014 1:35 PM
|Fies||Preston Walter Hillman|
Thank you for correcting the spelling of my sister's name. She appreciates it, too.
Added by Fies on Mar 31, 2014 6:13 AM
|Gary W. Jensen||Walter Day|
Thank You for the Transfer of a few of the Day Clan in Oak Hill Cemetery. I am working on updating with as much information as possible, not only as a tribute to our lost ancestors but to assist anyone trying to find their ancestor's to pay tribute to them.
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