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I am an amateur genealogist interested in local history. Born and raised in New Jersey, I'm a "Jersey Shore" girl that still loves the beach! My husband and I relocated to North Carolina in 2001 and and we just love our new adopted home. |
I try and photograph local cemeteries; and whenever I add a photo to Find-A-Grave I try and add some sort of biographical information on the person. Having done the research on my own family, I know how helpful any clue can be in tracing ancestors. I welcome any changes or additions to information I've submitted, and will gladly transfer ownership to any family member requesting. Please contact me through the EDIT tab on any memorial I added by using "Suggest a correction or provide additional information".
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|Sandi Danielle||RE: # 35746293 Tommie Mial|
Thanks. I realize that sometimes people take up to 6 months or longer prior to mounting a headstone, and when they order after the passage of time, they provide the engraver with info off the top of their head, verses verifying via official documents. I just belieive hid Dad was grieving and couldn't think properly. Blessings, Sandi :-).
|Sandi Danielle||# 35746293 Tommie Mial|
Hi there :::waving::: I recognize his headstone says he died Jan 6, 1914, but per his official DC, it says he died Jan 6, 1915 and was buried Jan 7, 1915. His father, Hilary Mial is the informant for the DC
|donna||george p bryan|
first, I am not related, simply found his obituary on the same page of the newspaper while looking for someone else, so I typed it out and posted it.
see Find A Grave # 144043205
Added by donna on Mar 22, 2015 6:38 PM
|Nancy||Willow Grove, New Brunswick|
Thanks so much for putting all of these on Find A Grave. Mine are Spader.
There are a few duplicates. I've sent a note to the Spader duplicate people.
Again many thanks for all your work
Added by Nancy on Mar 12, 2015 12:03 PM
|Tracy Beauregard||Cornelius Shaddle and Shaddle Family|
Hello from a fellow family history researcher! My name is Tracy Beauregard and I am researching the Shaddle family. I came across the Find A Grave Memorial #54784001 for Cornelius Shaddle. Thank you for all you do! The information you've posted is potentially very helpful.
I'm researching a David Shaddle found in the 1810 Federal Census in Montgomery, Orange County, New York. Both a David Shaddle and a David Shaddle, Jun is listed in this census. I'm considering the possibility that David Shaddle Sr. is the father of Cornelius and his siblings, and perhaps David Jun is yet another. I believe the name has connections to both New York and Pennsylvania. The earliest I can find David Shaddle in Orange/Ulster County, New York is in 1800 via Tax Assessment Rolls of Real and Personal Estates, 1799-1804. There is a David Shaddle who married Magdalena Ammerman in 1774 in New York City. Source for this was found in Ancestry.com, Selected Extracts from Landholders of Northeastern New York 1739-1802, p.263, Marriage ID 2220279359.
I believe my ancestor Mary Shaddle Lee is a daughter of David Shaddle Junior. I am just now digging into additional vital and church records for this family. I believe David Shaddle Junior's children are Hannah, Mary, Thomas, and Elizabeth. There may be more, but I'm very curious about what you have on the Shaddle family and would love to exchange notes. Many thanks! Tracy Beauregard, NC
|cdharriss||William James Harriss Wilson NC|
My husband is the Great (a couple of times) grandson of William James Harriss. Where did you get the civil war information?
No one in the family knows of him losing a leg. Not sure if you have the correct info, but very intrigued!
Richard Henry Gatlin was son of Thomas D. Gatlin and Julia Pender. He had one brother, Thomas H. Gatlin, and two sisters: Caroline Gatlin and Georgianna Gatlin. Of these, Caroline married first Joseph John Anthony of near Scotland Neck, second Henry Johnston. Georgianna married Lemon S. Dunn. This is proved in the loose estates papers of Edgecombe. Hope this helps.
|Kloudie||Find A Grave Memorial# 70731571|
Just noticed something and thought I would bring it to your attention. For this John Foreman his death date is listed as 1808, but in the bio below it says 1818. Thanks
Added by Kloudie on Nov 29, 2014 6:14 PM
|Kristin V Liddle||Deborah Vanderveer Coddington|
Just read your interesting post on Deborah Vanderveer and David Coddington. Just wanted to alert you to the fact that the mother of Deborah Vanderveer was Deborah Voorhees, not Sarah. Deborah Voorhees was born Nov 16, 1765 at Flatbush, NY, d May 1, 1847 (or1849) and is buried in New Brunswick, NJ First Reformed Yard. She was the dr of Peter Voorhees, and was married 1st to another Peter Voorhees, son of Abraham and Adriantje Lefferts Voorhees. Her Voorheees husband died soon after, and she married as second wife to Garret VanDerveer son of Jan and Sytje VanDerveer of NJ Garret was bap Oct 6, 1750 at Six Mile Run. By Garret Vanderveer they were the parents of John (1796-1833); Mary (1798-1833); Jane (1800; Deborah (1807-1882) and Abigail (1809). Kris
|Larry Draughon||Paul Allen Tillery Sr.|
Thanks you so very much for the editing of Paul's memorial. It is much appreciated.
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