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I can't tell you how excited I was to find this information about Bessie Pinney. The Herling family had her bedroom set ever since she died. My daughter was the last to use the set before it was donated to the State Historical Society.
My Mother told me she had died by being thrown from a horse but didn't have the details. The headboard used to spook my brothers and me because it looked like someone was peeking over the bed.
Thank you so much!
Added by KLarson on Mar 17, 2015 12:37 PM
Could you transfer my relatives to me me. JD Ansley was my gr. gr grandfather's uncle.
John Douglas Ansley was my gr.gr. grandfather's uncle #49460174
Frederick Scott Ansley #49460022
MAry Scott Anlsey #49459891
William Richardson COad
Added by WR Coad on Mar 02, 2015 4:06 PM
|ehard Nutting||Permission Request for Find A Grave memorial #83339438|
I am publishing a genealogy book containing all the known descendants of my Bradley and Shortall g-great-grandparents from Ireland and Sun Prairie, WI through 6 generations. Pvt John Robert O”Keeffe in the above memorial is a cousins and I would like to include his gravestone photo in the book modified to a black and white photo. The book clearly is a commercial project, but I can assure you it will not be a monetary gain as I expect to hopefully sell only about 50 copies of the book (maybe as many as 100 if I am that fortunate. ) copies to the few descendant relatives with an interest in the family genealogy. I will include full attribution to you for the use of your photos. If you approve my request, please let me know how you prefer to be credited with the photos.
I attempted to contact you via your email address but transmission repeatedly failed.Perhaps you could check the listed email address. I used .
Thank you for your consideration.
Ehard F. Nutting, PhD
6361 Avington Pl,
Gainesville, VA 20155
|Jade||Kellys in Resurrection Cemetery|
I noticed that you have confused two different Bridget Kellys who are buried in Resurrection Cemetery in Madison. I am writing to ask you to please remove the incorrect stone photo from the memorial of Bridget Kelly d. 1895 (memorial #22146879). I would ask that you please also remove the link to her "husband" James from his memorial (memorial #35293147). His actual wife is Bridget McCarthy Kelly (memorial #138054675)
You photographed this James Kelly (Memorial #35293147) and assumed his wife was the Bridget Kelly entered in to find-a-grave two years earlier by Angela (memorial #22146879). You then added a photo of the stone with James and his family and HIS wife Bridget (who died in 1892), onto this Bridget who died in 1895. However, James' wife Bridget McCarthy Kelly died in 1892 and was born in 1825.
Meanwhile, the Bridget who died in 1895, was married to a Patrick Kelly, whose actual gravestone I have added to her memorial. As you will notice, Bridget d. 1892 and her husband James are in Section 3, Block 11/12 while Bridget d. 1895 and her husband Patrick are in Section 4, Block 12, which are some distance away. I have been photographing each section of the cemetery so I created a memorial for Bridget McCarthy Kelly (#138054675) before I noticed your error. Can you please correct these incorrect links and photos?
Added by Jade on Oct 31, 2014 2:04 AM
|Frank Remfrey||Andrew Remfrey|
I am a descendent of Andrew Remfrey and will provide some additional information for his memorial. Thank you for your efforts so far. I need to do some digging, but I think I can provide more dates for Andrew and other members of the Remfrey family from Mineral Point, WI.
|Jeff Gnagey||memorial number 47099650|
Curious where you obtained the information about Koscinko Thompson being a Supreme Court Messenger.
He is my Great Great Grandfather
|jcowjonz||RE: Thank you|
Link goes to an article with pictures discussing Curtis Jones contributions to Verona Wisconsin, adn the re-dedication of the Verona High School playing fields in his name. My husband (Curts son), his siblings, and mother Jackie (Curt's widow) were all there.
it was quite moving.
thank you again
Added by jcowjonz on May 27, 2014 7:38 AM
|EAK II||RE: Henry Reis FAG # 74290009|
I tried sending you the file to your hotmail address but it said the mail box unavailable. What would you like me to do? Thanks.
Added by EAK II on May 24, 2014 8:40 AM
|EAK II||RE: Henry Reis FAG # 74290009|
I will send it to you later tonight or early Saturday. Thank you.
Added by EAK II on May 23, 2014 12:12 PM
|EAK II||Henry Reis FAG # 74290009|
I came across an image of the marker for Henry Reis that I took in April of 2013. This was before his marker was broken, again. Because you uploaded his marker to his memorial page you created, I was wondering if I could send my image so you could delete the image of it broken and replace it with the image of it intact? That way you don't lose credit for the photo. Thanks, Ed.
Added by EAK II on May 20, 2014 10:55 PM
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