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I've been doing genealogy for about two years now and am finding it more and more interesting the more in depth I get. I love all the stories of our ancestors! As you can see from my photo, my other main interest is quilting.|
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|Gerald McDonald||Catherine Walsh Doyle|
Regarding your request for a photo of Catherine Walsh Doyle's marker, I have photographed this entire cemetery and have posted all of them. There is not one for her.
|ANEWLEAF||Minerva and Minnie|
I think you have confused Minerva 52841932 with Minnie 70716790
Added by ANEWLEAF on Jan 06, 2017 7:50 PM
|ANEWLEAF||Minerva Leonard #52841932|
Paula, I am questioning that this Minerva Leonard is the daughter of Elizabeth Louisa Ballard Leonard. Elizabeth's Minerva was born 12-19-1873, that would put her over 108 when she died. Or maybe the death date is incorrect. The marriage book show Nervia Leonard married T. H. Odom in 1892, (could be the name was misspelled) Also shows Minnie Leonard married to M.E. Williams in 1899. What information do you have that puts her as Elizabeth Louisa's daughter?
Added by ANEWLEAF on Jan 06, 2017 6:53 PM
|Jeffrey Lee||John Babcock & Mary Lawton|
Please consider removing the pictures you posted to John Babcock # 82913716 and Mary Lawton Babcock # 82915389 since these are not pictures/paintings of them. Doing an image search of the internet, I quickly discovered the picture on John's page is a picture of Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer-Lytton (see http://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portrait/mw138248/Edward-George-Earle-Lytton-Bulwer-Lytton-1st-Baron-Lytton?LinkID=mp58916&role=art&rNo=1). The picture on Mary's page is of Anne (née de Vere), Lady Fairfax (see http://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portrait/mw36074/Anne-ne-Vere-Lady-Fairfax?LinkID=mp50357&rNo=2&role=sit).
My concern is that folks will carelessly include these pictures as portraits of John Babcock and Mary Lawton Babcock in their records and it will be perpetuated across the internet as reality.
|Liz B||Picture of Mary Lawton Babcock|
I'm just curious to know if you remember where this picture originated from? Any information you have would be a great help!!
Added by Liz B on Oct 24, 2016 12:51 PM
|charlotte king||James cowell Turner|
Hi, Paula, James T. was my 4th great-grand-father. I was up to NB last month, and could not find the grave. I went by your information. also talked to folks and know one knew way it was. I would love to hear you. My phone number is 207-582-8134. Charlotte Turner King
|Jeri Milici Mork||RE: William Ehat Wheeler|
Your welcome, I hope the photo is clear enough. I edited it as best I could. A friend at the cemetery office took the photo for us, when we are at the cemetery next time I will try to get a better photo. Happy to have been of some help to you. Jeri
|Jeri Milici Mork||William Wheeler|
Hi we fulfilled your photo request, however, a nicer person at the Memorial park took the photo, I tried to edit, if you want us to try to take another please let us know. jeri
|Will Carrick||RE: Chappell|
You're welcome. Will
|Sue Ann Harfst||RE: Calvin Kenneth Moore|
Mr. Moore has a grave purchased at Dry Creek Cemetery, but he has not yet been interred. The cemetery staff advises me that they have been informed that the family plan is to have Mr. and Mrs. Moore interred in the same urn, so his ashes are being held by the family for the rest of her life. At that time, both of them will be interred together.
If you want me to go take a picture of the empty unmarked grave, I can do that, but I do not really see the point. If you would like a scenic picture of the area where that grave is, I would be happy to do that for you.
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