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Green Hobbit (#47136868)
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Bio Photo I live in East Yorkshire in the UK. Post code HU9
I am happy to travel a reasonable distance to obtain photographs.
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GMM2DDG15
RE: Nancy(Jane) Coupland
Barbara,

Actually, I've been able to trace Nancy/Janes ancestors vack to about 1650land and have written a paper on that line. Nancy/Janes father and mother werr Joseph Rhodes and Ann Cawthron. They had a large family and finding the sescent of each child is an ongoing project. This line of Nancy and James is one of those missing links. I know almost nothing of them or their children and have not found them on Ancestry.

Thank you again for your time and wfforts in the hunt for Nancy's grave.

Jerry
Added by GMM2DDG15 on May 24, 2014 6:25 PM
GMM2DDG15
RE: Nancy Coupland
Barbara,

My apologies for the delay in response.

Looking at my records I tend to agree with you that this is indeed my Nancy. I show her middle name to be Ann but something about this rings true.

Nancy was born 14 Jan., 1779, in Micklefield and married James Coupland at Sherburn in 9 Feb., 1796. I've not been able to find anything more about them except that Nancy died first and James went to USA.

Interesting side bar: Nancy's brother, John, married a Ann Coupland 3 July, 1796 in Wakefield. I believe this Ann to be the sister of James but have not been able to find anything more on these Couplands.

If it is OK wiht you, I do believe the photos of the stone will be useful.

Thank you so much for your time and effort. I'd love to be able to make it to England some day and do some walking amongst the stones.

Regards,

Jerry Rhodes
Bartlesville, OK, USA
Added by GMM2DDG15 on May 24, 2014 10:39 AM
Always with Love
RE: Virtual cemeteries
Thank you so much for writing. I'm so glad you enjoyed browsing my virtual cemeteries. You're very welcome. Wow, four hours is a long time. However, it is an interesting way to spend an afternoon, although from previous experience not everyone shares our enthusiasm. I won't tell anyone if you don't! Many blessings to you.
Added by Always with Love on Aug 26, 2013 1:40 PM
John
Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin
Hi,
Greetings from Dublin.
I want to advise you of further details concerning a memorial that you showed an interest in.
I do not want to leave the message publicly available, so I would be grateful if you would send me an email, to which I will reply immediately.
Regards,
John
Added by John on Apr 26, 2013 9:46 AM
Women in Technology-19th Century
RE: Grave of Corp Galbraith
Thank you. We've removed the photo..
Added by Women in Technology-19th ... on Mar 10, 2013 6:26 PM
Rod Holmes
laura francisco
thank you for leaving flowers at my great great grandmother's site. cindi francisco holmes
Added by Rod Holmes on Dec 03, 2012 6:12 PM
Richard van de Velde
RE: grave of Dutchman Jan Engelinus Trip
What a shame, I haven't seen them yet. You must have send them to the wrong e-mail address. It should be: r.velde@hetnet.nl

You can also try the "Contact-button on my website www.prinsesirenebrigade.nl
I hope you'll try it again!

Succes.

Regards,
Richard
Added by Richard van de Velde on Mar 18, 2011 4:23 PM
Richard van de Velde
RE: grave of Dutchman Jan Engelinus Trip
Thank you ever so much for all your efforts! I'm so curious for this photo of his grave.
My e-mail address is r.velde@hetnet.nl

It would be marvellous if you could find something in an old newspaper.

Regards,
Richard
Added by Richard van de Velde on Mar 17, 2011 7:32 AM
Richard van de Velde
RE: grave of Dutchman Jan Engelinus Trip
How did you find that out so easy?
His fiance was so depressed that she died 6 weeks later. I didn't know who she was. Perhaps she lies near to him?
I heard that his family changed their name from Trip to (more English) Tripp. Perhaps there are still some siblings alive around Hull.

Thanks for your investigation!

Richard
Added by Richard van de Velde on Mar 17, 2011 5:46 AM
Richard van de Velde
RE: grave of Dutchman Jan Engelinus Trip
Thank you ever so much. His grave means quite a lot to me.
Have you visted my website already: www.prinsesirenebrigade.nl Just look on the button "Erelijst gesneuvelden" On top of that new page you'll see a link "Hier" Press on that and you'll see the page with his name on.

Thanks for helping me!

Regards,
Richard
Added by Richard van de Velde on Mar 16, 2011 1:07 PM
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