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|Tangled Web Weaver||Piatt|
Thank you for the Piatt headstone pictures. I really appreciate your time and effort. Best wishes, Teresa
|Roy Fisher||George Bartlow|
Thanks for helping and posting a pict of George Bartlow's tombstone.
Hi Beth, hope things are going well with you! Hugs, Rosie
|Dan K.||David Grove|
Thank you so much for taking the picture of the headstone of David Grove! Do you know, by any chance, if his wife Kathryn was buried next to him?
Added by Dan K. on Jun 04, 2014 12:34 PM
|mjw||RE: Rebecca Crist-Jersey Shore Cemetery|
Thank you again, I am in AZ so too far to come to do any clean of of the graves. My mother grew up in Jersey Shore so this cemetery has many family members and rich history. I have just sent 2 more photo requests through for Rebecca's in-laws, Catherine Cook Crist and Henry Dentler Crist. I am also looking for any Tompsons or Cooks that might be buried there may be related to these two women. As you know sometimes other family members are nearby. Have a great day.
Added by mjw on Apr 04, 2014 6:29 AM
|Randall Bordner||RE: Sponenbergers in Liverpool|
Here is what I have. Maybe save you some time in making requests. Catherine A was on a request list. Not on the list are Frederick born 1891, Mary born 1887, Margaret born 1835. I have a few hundred photos to resize but should have these added to Union Liverpool by tomorrow. These stones are badly deteriorated. If you have more information on the names listed please send to my email address, that may help.
There is a Frederick on the list but not the one I found, both Mary and Margaret were wives of different Fredericks.
|Robin Arvickson||Grave of John S. Green|
I live in Erie and am working on a volume of grave locations for veterans of the War of 1812. I would like your permission to use the picture you posted of John Green's grave in this compilation. I will cite you as the source.
Beth- thanks for adding bio to Daniel Callahan - very brave souls they were to settle in such wild places way back when! Glad you like the website; the vast majority was organized by my father and as you probably gathered from the main page, I took it over after he died. He was 84 and had a website with well over a hundred pages in it!
Becky S. (yatiri)
Added by yatiri on Nov 03, 2013 11:27 AM
|Leslie||RE: Alice Shoemaker|
Thanks for asking! She was the wife of Robert Elmer (or Elmer Robert) Shoemaker. I have not been able to find where or when he died, born around 1872 and I believe died before Alice. He was my husband's grandmother's brother, one of those nagging lose ends. I was hoping there would be some clue to Elmer at Alice's grave - maybe he would be buried with her, or something. I appreciate your help - you never know!
Added by Leslie on Jun 21, 2013 7:30 PM
|Jennifer Wedge||RE: Small world!|
WoW! small world! Yes, it is the same Medley family. I am from Medleys in Indiana but they come from two brothers that came up from Tennessee a few generations back. I have traced that line and have it on my Ancestry.com site. I have a picture of Mourning Dove on there also. Her father was Chief Whitesides. Her husband, Joseph Medley, died trying to help her family from being forced on the 'Trail of Tears'.
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