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bethann (#47566006)
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William Frederick Huntington 106714442
I have linked a daughter, Ruth, to her parents, William and Sylvia. She does not have a headstone, her grave site is unmarked. Thought you would be interested in the info. I have also added the obit to her memorial page.


Added by dells on May 03, 2014 1:19 PM
Judith Austin Swann
Hi bethann,
I was wondering if you had different info on Judith. I have her as married to William and mother of Thomas Swann. On the photo page, the person who submitted the photo of the marker said it was Thomas Swann's marker and that his wife Judith was also buried there but she did not have a marker.

Thanks! I would like to get my ancestry correct :-)
Added by Steph on Nov 23, 2013 2:02 PM
Anita Spencer
Huntington Family History
Hi I know you don't know me but I was wondering if you knew some information about the Huntington family. I just found out about the Huntington Genealogical Memoir but didn't find a lot of information about each person I was wondering if you knew anything about the Huntington history and if you could let me know anything. It would be totally awesome if you did!
Added by Anita Spencer on Oct 09, 2013 11:45 PM
Rommy Lopat
RE: Wm Huntington, Richmond, IL
I tried to find Ethel at Woodlawn--why could I not find her? Have you entered her info?

Can you do the linking so that we are sure that the right other people? Thanks! rl
Added by Rommy Lopat on Aug 01, 2013 9:15 PM
Rommy Lopat
RE: Wm Huntington, Richmond, IL
Bethann, will you please link Wm Huntington to your family's graves in Detroit? Thanks, Rommy in IL
Added by Rommy Lopat on Aug 01, 2013 2:06 PM
Rommy Lopat
RE: Wm Huntington, Richmond, IL
Well, you must just go wild in Pasadena, CA at your "family" home!
Added by Rommy Lopat on Aug 01, 2013 2:02 PM
Rommy Lopat
Wm Huntington, Richmond, IL
Hi, your great grandfather lived a really long time--91! Impressive!

Do you have further bio info about him? Why did he come to Richmond--did he live elsewhere before? Parents? Wife? Children? Occupation?

I will look for a gravestone the next time I am in Richmond... rl
Added by Rommy Lopat on Jul 31, 2013 11:12 AM
Don Blauvelt
Phebe Huntington
Thanks for reminding me. I had the material in my genealogy notes but forgot to add them to Phebe's memorial.

BTW, the message at the bottom of your forum page is off-base and quite short-sighted. There is no prohibition to adding details regarding children in a parent's memorial. How else is one able to confirm that a child separately linked to a parent is actually the parent's child? Or stated differently, presumably if one were limited to simply stating who a person's parent's were and not permitted to link to an existing memorial for a parent, one would have 90 million separate Find A Grave memorials that go nowhere and would make Find A Grave functionally inadequate.
Added by Don Blauvelt on Mar 21, 2013 11:27 AM
Huntington information additions
I have made them as you suggested.


Philip in NYC
Added by pkarchs on Oct 27, 2012 11:28 AM
Erastus Huntington (1810-1857)
Two issues with your request to add him as a child of my 4th gr-grandfather, Eleazer Huntington III: 1) on F-A-G, you cannot add children to a memorial but only parents and spouses - so only from the Erastus Huntington memorial could one add Eleazer III and Phebe Huntignton as parents, except 2) there is no memorial for Erastus on F-A-G and in a quick search, it does not seem to be known where he and wife Ruth Sly are buried. Since this is a web site primarily about burials, I can't honor your request since I don't typically add memorials if the burial location is unknown and the county burials are well documented, as is the case in New London. Erastus and Ruth were Universalists so perhaps you could research those period church ledgers to possibly learn where they might be married.

Philip in NYC
Added by pkarchs on Sep 30, 2012 6:20 AM
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