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Since I could never care as much about your family and friends as you do, please feel free to request memorial transfers.
Give me a few weeks to complete the transfer following your request.
I am interested in the following families:
Cleveland & other Cuyhoga County, OH locations, children of August EWERT & Wilhelmine _?_:
* Ewert / Evert / Everett
* Grunschelski / many variations / Grand
Orange County, NY & Ulster County, NY, descendants and ancestors of Johan Jost FRANTZ & Catharina SINSABAUGH / SENSEBACH:
* Known variations: Frantz / France / Frants / Franz / Frans / Franse / Frantze / Francy / Francis / Franck. (SENSEBACH has a multitude of spelling variations in North America.)
Orange County, NY, children & parents of Nathan PARET & Christiana BAILEY + Samuel PARET & Phebe BAILEY + William PARET & Ruth _?_ + Henry Paret & Fanny _?_:
* Known variations: Paret / Parret / Parrett / Parrette / Parot / Parrot / Parott / Parrotte
Dutchess County, NY; Orange County, NY; Queens, Queens County, NY:
* John JOHNSON, shoemaker, Revolutionary War veteran
* John JOHNSON, carpenter & wagon maker (is he the son or grandson of the above John?)
Thank you for your interest .^_^.
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|Theresa Brown||Mary E.Byerley|
No you don't manage her memorial but yes the
name is spelled correctly. However there is another spelling of the name & it is Byerlee. But that is not how her name is spelled.The reason I contacted you was to see if you knew or if she was one of your relation.And you had left a flower on her memorial which I thought she might be your relative.I am looking for a Mary E. Byerley. The one I'm wanting is the daughter of J.L. & Amanda Davis Little from Ozark Co.,Mo.
|Jan Franco||RE: Regarding Egerton Bliss again|
Higginson is a reprint company, I used the Journal Publishing co. 1906 ed. to scan the photo from Century of Meriden. Higginson basically photocopies and the pictures are poor quality.
|Jan Franco||RE: Regarding Egerton Bliss|
Encyclopedia of Connecticut biography, genealogical-memorial; representative citizens; (Volume 3)
in the public domain and available online at www.ebooksread.com. (could be page 72, its a little hard to tell for certain)
I didn't type it, just cleaned it up a little. Scanning left a few typos and hyphens.
|Theresa Brown||Mary E. Byerley|
Do you by any chance know who Mary's parents are?
For John, I can read "Blessed are the dead who die in ....." I can't read the last words but I assume they are "the Lord" which is from Revelation 14:13.
For Elizabeth, it is
"He giveth his beloved sleep" from Psalms 127:2
Added by Paul R on Feb 21, 2014 4:56 PM
|Vivian||RE: Happy New Year!|
I am a little behind on my correspondence, as you can tell! I hope you are well and enjoying the winter. I am looking forward to spring!
Added by Vivian on Feb 10, 2014 8:12 AM
|Nathan Towne||Henry Corwin|
The duplicate memorial is deleted. Thanks. Nathan
|Barbara Carpenter||Denis Coppers|
Thought you might be interested to know, the family ultimately lost the case on appeal in 1880 -- sad that he remained unburied for at least 9 months, or more. Denis could not be buried in Calvary. Which, of course, leaves the question as to where his brother did bury him?
|psc||RE: Belknap marker photos, Kingsbury Hill Cemetery|
You're very welcome for the photos. I believe the dates on Kezia Belknap's gravestone are Feb. 23, 1821 - Aug. 25, 1893 (which could easily be mistaken for 1899). Hope this helps.
Added by psc on Feb 03, 2014 10:15 AM
|VickiO||RE: Richard Quackebush #116777596|
I checked to see exactly what A.J. had to say. I'm not actually giving you a shout-out, I'm providing a reference for myself so I know where the info came from. I get many corrections and don't want to guess who gave me what. Anwyay, the following is copied exactly from a post in the forums:
"Yes, A.J. said not to include thank yous and shout-outs, but Jim did said it is okay to put the source in the Note section. So instead of saying thank you, just make a simple statement such as:
Birth location and maiden name provided by #12345678"
This is very similar to what I've been doing when someone provides additional information not found on the headstone. I will move the notation to the notes section and will put it there from now on. I did not know it was an issue.
Added by VickiO on Feb 02, 2014 5:43 PM
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