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Dawn Stewart (#46839075)
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Bio Photo Please visit my new website, Peninsula Genealogy, if you have ties to the Hampton Roads area. I'm documenting obituaries, marriage, birth and death records there, and linking all obits back to findagrave so people can see additional info on their loved ones.

http://peninsulagenealogy.wordpress.com/


I have been doing my genealogy for over 13 years now. I started visiting the local cemeteries in my area looking for my relatives. By doing that, I realized how much I like to go there and how I enjoy helping others find their relatives. I am willing to do cemetery lookups in my area (Hampton, VA), so email me if need some help. Will also look up obituaries at our local library. I just love to do research!

I am currently transcribing and posting pics of cemeteries around Hampton VA. I have completed most of the smaller cemeteries (less than 1000 graves) and a few larger ones. I'm hoping by doing all this, it will make it easier for many people to find their loved ones.

My maternal grandfathers family was from MA (Mackay, Martin, McGlew, Traill)

My maternal grandmothers family was from VA, NC and PA (Gildner, Broadstreet, May, Bridgland, Smith, Arnold).

My paternal grandfathers family was from WY, NE, WI and SD (Allman, Caddy, Simons, Carberry, Rogers, Stuart)

My paternal grandmothers family was from CA, Washington, DC and OH. (Ehrmantraut, White, Gerhold, Dolph).

My husbands family is from NC and SC. (Orr, Malone, Boone, Clement, Mckay, Stewart, Vaughan Garrett, Hatchell).
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Don H
Thank you!
Dawn,
Thank you for photographing the grave of Thomas C. Jones at Hampton National Cemetery. Thomas was an Engineer with the US Costal Artillery Corps who died in 1914 at Fort Howard, MD where he was stationed. He left a wife and three young children, one of them my grandfather. I have not had the opportunity to visit his grave.
Added by Don H on Dec 14, 2014 2:29 PM
Kathie
Calvin Hill - Greenlawn Memorial Park
Sorry to be so long in replying, but my father has been in the hospital.

You had asked for me to call the cemetery office to get the plot location. I just tried and their is no answer, however, I noticed this note on his memorial page:

buried in section 3.
- Dawn Stewart
Added: Sep. 14, 2013

Hope this helps. Let me know if you find it!

Thanks
Kathie
Added by Kathie on Dec 04, 2014 7:07 AM
J Martin
Parklawn Memorial Park , Hampton, Hampton, Virginia
Hi Dawn,

Regarding:
130035441 Kathryn Huggett Fenstermacher &
130036007 Louis Henry Fenstermacher

Cemetery has no record of his burial, although he purchased four plots, only his wife Kathryn Huggett Fenstermacher [130035441] is buried there.

She is buried in Plot: Sec. 4, Lot 168, Sp. 2

Thanks, JMartin



Added by J Martin on Dec 03, 2014 11:12 AM
Rhianna Schoonover
RE: Drummond cemetery, Hampton
I did a map search, a basic info search on the Drummond family via Google, and then contacted the Hampton Historical Society. They were more than helpful, they were able to describe how to get there.

Best directions I can give:

If you're coming in from Mercury Blvd, you'll need to turn left onto Fox Hill Rd. Follow it around, just past Gloria Dei Lutheran Church. On the left hand side is Harris Creek Rd. Continue on Harris Creek Rd for a bit (sorry, mileage I didn't write down). The road will narrow substantially, with marsh on both sides. It is a 2 direction road, but passing can be tight. You're going to turn right on Finn's Point Lane. It is a dirt road, and I believe there are No Trespassing signs posted. You're going to see a small house on the right, with a trimmed lawn, and well maintained trees. Stop in there, that's the gentleman I've spoken to before. Just let him know you'd like to see the Cemetery. He's very helpful, and can tell you quite a bit about some of the different burials (many have no name).

Hope that helps.
Added by Rhianna Schoonover on Oct 19, 2014 6:55 PM
Preserving the Past
Re: John Allison Maddox Memorial #88171021
Hello Dawn,
I received a message concerning a photo request for my relative, John Allison Maddox, from you today. There is a grave marker already on John's memorial, that Ron Stewart placed there in April. However, it only has John's first name and middle name on the marker. I wanted to know if there is a "Maddox" family marker also located at the gravesite for John and his wife?? I put a note with my photo request, specifiying that I wanted to know about the family marker?
Thanks for getting back to me at your earliest convenience.
Debbie R.
Added by Preserving the Past on Oct 19, 2014 12:59 PM
High Plains
Phyllis Bernadette Simons
Find A Grave Memorial# 89658462

Dawn,

You want her linked to her husband Stewart C. Snyder (1925-19940)?

In her obituary it says she is survived by her husband of 65 years, Louis Simons.

Please clarify.

Best wishes,
High Plains :)
Added by High Plains on Sep 17, 2014 1:10 PM
Ella Wimer
RE: Blick corrections
Thank you for your quick response and information. I didn't know about the genealogy site for the Hampton area where Aunt Hazel's obituary is listed. Have no idea how wood got on the obit but now see how it originated. Her full name is Hazel Booth Blick Ulke. No, she did not marry a Wood.

I would appreciate it if you could help me with these questions.

How can I get the other children added for Gus and Lula Blick? There were 7 of them including my mother who is buried at Parklawn.

How can I get the incorrect sibling removed? Who do I write?

Thanks, again for your time and effort.

Ella
Added by Ella Wimer on Sep 03, 2014 10:37 AM
WilliamsburgGal
RE: Reginald P Hansford, Jr
The FindaGrave administrators removed all of his garbage from my memorials, after all if you don't care about the integrity of your memorials no one else will.
Have a nice day!!
Added by WilliamsburgGal on Aug 13, 2014 2:16 AM
James Clair
John Kieler
Sent an enail about him being adopted. Forgot to tell you I already ask Find A Grave to link his adopted parents at autolink. Thanks, Jim
Added by James Clair on Jul 15, 2014 6:34 AM
Cricket/Nancy-Bose/Morrow
There are no words.......
Words fall short to adequately convey my deepest heart~felt gratitude for such valuable help (from one who doesn't even know me) than the last extremely frustrating past 30 yrs of my life running around in circles to get nowhere. You have no idea the magnitude of all the info/research you provided in addition to being able to view my paternal biological mother's resting place has had on me... It is all I have/means SO MUCH & it's ALL BECAUSE OF YOU being such a LIVING EXAMPLE that there is such Genuine GOODNESS & GREATNESS still left in this world!! You have given me a chance that I wouldn't have had without you & if I get to actually meet/speak with any remaining relations &/or finally get some answers after all this time... well, I'm already indebted to you forever in a way I can never hope to repay. Thank YOU Dawn Stewart for the AMAZING Gift YOU ARE & Blessing a complete stranger's LIFE in such a Tremendously Significant way... These words are not enough but they are all I have, coming from the depths of my heart, soul & being. I appreciate your kind message on my mother's memorial & love the adorably precious pic of you & what must be your daughter. Your radiance illuminates your being Both inside & out... Thank YOU Dawn for being so STELLAR & touching a strangers life in such a profound way!!! With Endless Appreciation for ALL you do: ((( Hugs, Smiles & Everything Worthwhile to You & Yours in much Peace, Love & Light ))) Morning, Noon & Night, Cricket Bose Morrow ;-)
Added by Cricket/Nancy-Bose/Morrow on Jul 07, 2014 9:25 PM
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