|Geraldine Barnett (#47309755)|
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on previous grave sites I may be listed as Geraldine Market and I have limited management of Elliot on FAG. I belong to the Wabash Valley Genealogy Society of Terre Haute, Ind & serve on the Cemetery Committee and Newsletter Committee. I am a retired nurse, enjoy my grandchildren (family), photography, traveling and of course, genealogy. Surnames-Stewart, Starkey, Stevens(brick wall-need Midland, Maryland, mine connection), Market, Hutson, Jackson, Gregg/Gragg, Nevins, Wallace, Lawson and now Barnett, Sparks & Fiscus- thanks so much for all you do fellow gravers. I appreciate all the help you all have been to me.|
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|Kenneth Primeaux||N.Y. Cemeteries - Questions|
Kenneth Primeaux #48728641,
Knowing your background, I thought you would be the one to have the best resources for this problem.
City Cemetery, Potter's Island, N.Y., plot; 9 25 3F, MO
How do I get a name for this grave? Person died at or about, 25 March, 1959…
|BJLivengood||RE: Miller Cemetery|
Thanks Geraldine, but you didn't have to transfer my Mother and Father to me in fact I would appreciate you staying on as their creator. I appreciate your work and know it can be distressful especially the stones you can no longer read. I am trying to connect the dots so I have a lot of connecting to do with family members. Will probably be getting back to you. Again thanks for your hard work.
|Kenneth Primeaux||RE: bonebrake|
No number on edits and no edits to review when opened?
I did change it, its now under T. ["T.B." = For nickname] Bonebrake. I will put "Source" on bottom of original post information, comments from you will always be gretly considered. Check and comment, later. As far as SAR, I have Bonebrake (union side), and Primeau (Confederate side) both are direct descendants.
Changed from - Bonebrake #106097598
Changed to - T. "T.B." Bonebrake # 106097598
|Kenneth Primeaux||RE: Bonebrake and Primeaux|
Thank you so much for the transfer of our unknown resident Bonebrake? Because its a process of elimination that I have been using as well as census records. I would prefer to leave you as creator, if it's alright, so I don't have to rely on a failing memory, to contact you if i find them, its respect. That was my intension, to document my findings on Her/His monument, 4 Bonebrake's and 4 initials!
H.B. - Henry Bonebrake,
A.?. - Andrew J Bonebrake,
M.B. - Mary E Bonebrake,
T.B. - with dates.
What's not to love of that puzzle... Thank you again Kenneth Primeaux #48728641
Check out "Daniel Beinbrech" stone translation my 6th & 7th g-grandfather...
|BJLivengood||Miller Cem., Liberty twp., Parke co.|
I have several family members here and have ask for help in updating their info., however I am confused. In viewing cemetery pictures I found several pictures of stones that people were not deceased and my father had been deceased since 2006 and there was no picture of his and my mothers stone. My brother is beside them and his stone was photographed. Also I am so glad to see they are now enlarging the cemetery as it was full and several locals were being turned away from having their final resting place there.
Thank you so much for the work that you put into this family. All of the memorials look great. I appreciate it.
|Anonymous||Thanks so much for adding my high grandpa EVerett Merton Lawler to the find a grave site.|
THanks so much for finding Everett Merton Lawler. My third great grandfather.He caught in the Civil War.His father died very young of a heart attack at age 25 and was born in Ireland. He was married to Lua.I believe her maiden name was Groves. Her mother Phebe was a Miller from Pa. Her mother's folks came from Deleware.Isaac Lawler probably came during the potatoes famine from Ireland. He probably died in Colrain area of Belmont County, Ohio where they lived in later 1840's.Lay they called Luey in census records and her marriage record to later William Hammond who I found she married on January 1st 1849 in Belmont Co., Ohio.That means Isaac died in 1848 That's Everett.s dad.Lua and William Hammond had 3 or 4 girls. Sarah, Margaret, and Mary and later Phebe named after her grandmother. Nothing that I know is ever mentioned of these girls except Mary was a witness for Everett her 1/2 brother,s wedding to Maggie AMerica Fulwider in Indiania. Where is Isaac,s grave. I have not found it yet.Even though Isaac died young he left slot of very handsome Lowler boys in family . Lua is buried in Newport Indiania. But do not know where that's at. She had a good sense of humor.William Hammond disappeared and died probably in Cival War. She later married a man named Bailey.I do not know where where in Ireland Isaac Lawler came from.If anyone reads this and is related and has more info. Please quote. Thanks Claudia living in COlorado.
|Rebecca Sutphin Reed||John T Brady 17906062|
Hi Geraldine, I was hoping you would transfer my great grandfather John T Brady, Thank you, will send mess for Great Grandmother Lillie also. Your always so sweet to work with. Hope you & your family are well. Also hope your friend/fellow contributor Susan is ok also.
As always, Thank you for your time and consideration.
Sincerely, Rebecca Sutphin Reed
|Cindy Taylor-Matuse||Bonebrake - Simms|
Thank you again for the transfers. I really do appreciate all the additions to findagrave. Not just the memorials, but all the tons of pictures. If I ever make it back up that way, we need to meet so I can buy you lunch. Thanks again.
|Karen Jackson Lubovich||RE: Rosemary|
I would love to manage my Jackson Family.
Thank you ,
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