|Mary Harrell-Sesniak (#46488639)|
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My mother, Mary Edith "Meg" Stevens and I, were/are long-time supporters of Findagrave -- a wonderful site to place memorials and do research. She sadly passed away in May of 2013, but her love of genealogy and helping others find their family, lives on.
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Please see memorials 110952727 & 31599942 both are for the same person at different cemeteries so that is likely why/how the duplication occurred.
Added by Carl on Apr 25, 2015 9:46 PM
|Theresa O||Mary Rech|
Hi, I just posted a picture of the gravesite of Mary Rech. Unfortunately, she does not have a headstone, but I have been requested by others to take a picture of the site anyway. If you do not want this, just let me know and I will remove it immediately. If you close in on the McNally stone, you will see the engraving of this stone location as Sec. W, Row (or Range) 10 and Lot number 17, the S being for the south side of row 10. I assume you know Mary was W-10-16, she was most likely the north side as her lot number was 17, the odd (as opposed to even, lol) side. I apologize if you do not want the site, and as I said, I will remove it if not wanted.
|Jim Bramble||Isabel Brown|
Isabel Brown Find A Grave Memorial# 73668357
Her death certificate states daughter of Samuel Mosher and Susan Gardner of Troupsburg, Steuben, NY.
You left a message stating some interesting information. - I am currently updating my research on the Chamberlain lineage and would appreciate the assist on Isabelle.
|Shari Hanson Frey||Tubal Case #35427323|
Thanks for adding the letter from Tubal Case to his brother. Do you know which brother he was writing to? The only brothers I have for him are all mentioned in the letter: Ariel, Manning and Abel. So, the brother he is writing is someone else. I only have the brothers mentioned above and Tubal in my tree, so must be missing this one.
I am descended from Tubal's brother Manning Case.
I'm in the DAR, are you?
Sharon Lynn (Hanson) Frey
|Sallie Pierdolla||Mary Jane Hennessey dubree|
I am looking for this person. She married John B Dubree, Baltimore Md. Mary She lived in Phoenixville, Pa at some point in her life.
The last of her was on Camden New Jersey 1910 Census. She was born 1860 Ireland immigrated to America 1870.
do you know anything of this woman.
|Ray Harsin||RE: Harsin Graves|
Yes, please. These Harsin's are the focus of research. I resell descendants of Garret and Elizabeth Doughty.
|Warren A. McCarns Jr.||Warren H. Cloud|
Mary, Would you please transfer maintenance for the above in Mount Vernon Cemetery in Philadelphia to Warren A. McCarns Jr. (#46777359). Thank you.
|Janet Messer||Joseph Bishop|
I am a descendant of Joseph Bishop, buried at the Saint Clair Bottom Baptist Church in Smyth Co VA. The first few times that I visited that cemetery (I live in Florida), there was no stone for him, so my sister was surprised to see his newly placed stone when she visited the area a few years ago. Do you know by any chance who placed that stone? I've asked the local historic society, but they weren't able to tell me. I assume it is someone familiar with the family. I've done quite a bit of research on the family, in Virginia as well as in Stamford Ct and Westchester Co NY, but wasn't aware that he fought in the Indian War!
I also thought I would mention that I don't believe that his wife Sarah Bouton Bishop is actually buried in Virginia. From church records from the South Salem Church in NY and an old nearly illegible grave marker I saw in the old South Salem cemetery, I believe she died in NY and he married a second time to a Ruth Dickson. She is most likely the mother of Joseph's son Joseph, who is my ancestor. I've seen no record of Ruth's death, so I don't know if she accompanied the family when they travelled from NY to VA in the 1770s.
Thank you for all the wonderful work that you do for Findagrave!
St. Augustine FL
|Jane Sommer||RE: Re: Robert McBride Memorial# 11996254|
Sorry this took so long to check Robert McBride's obit for you. I finally found it. He was the oldest son of Mrs. Pauline McBride and was born in Bucyrus, Ohio and had lived in Monroe for about 35 years. He married Minnie Guyor and after he died, she married Carl Mohr. She is buried next to Robert McBride.
There is no mention of the Olmstead name in his obit. Record show that Hester Olmstead's grave was purchased by Jas. A. Olmstead when she died , if that is of any help. No record of burial for Jas. Olmstead.
Hope this bit of info has the right answer. If not feel free to ask again.
|Kay||Boston Tea Party|
I believe it was actually Thomas Dana's son, also named Thomas, who participated in the Boston Tea Party. Can you delete this Thomas Dana from the list? The correct Boston Tea Party participant, his son Thomas Dana Jr. (1753-1817), married Hannah Williams (1759-1813). She was a daughter of Benjamin Williams and Elizabeth Boylston.
Two of Thomas's cousins (and future brothers-in-law) also participated in the Boston Tea Party, so you may want to add them to your virtual cemetery.
Thomas Williams (1754-1817) married Susanna Dana (1754-1841). He is DAR Patriot A126686.
Thomas Williams's brother Ezekiel Williams (1755-1849) married Sarah "Sally" Dana (1756-1813). Ezekiel is also a DAR Patriot, and a descendant is working on getting him recognized as a Tea Party participant. We have found two mentions of Thomas Williams "and his brother Ezekiel" as participants. Ezekiel is at findagrave #11520194; his wife Sally Dana is at #11520199.
Added by Kay on Mar 18, 2015 6:20 PM
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