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As I am not related to most of the memorials I have created on this site, I will transfer to family members, however distant. I only request that the request be made via the edit field within the memorial. |
TO THOSE OF YOU "STILL" QUESTIONING MY INPUT FOR OLD SWEDES CHURCHYARD IN DELAWARE, MY INPUTS WERE FROM THE CHURCH RECORDS AT THE TIME I INPUT THEM. NASTY NOTES ARE NOT NECESSARY AS I WILL MAKE ANY CORRECTIONS NECESSARY. OR SHOULD YOU DECIDE TO CREATE A NEW MEMORIAL, I WILL BE HAPPY TO DELETE MY ENTRY IF NOT CORRECT.
PLEASE USE THE EDIT FUNCTION TO REQUEST TRANSFERS AS I WILL NEED YOUR MEMBER NUMBER !!!!!!!
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|Frank Synnamon||Thank you very much|
I really appreciate this transfer.
Now all I have to do is get down to SS Peter and Paul and take a picture.
for the Atwood transfer
Added by Janet on Aug 27, 2016 8:28 AM
|Tanya Jacobberger||Burial Location|
Find A Grave Memorial# 34281778
Find A Grave Memorial# 34281770
These are mother and son. My 2nd Great Grandmother and my 2nd Great Uncle. The memorials have them buried at Mount Hope Cemetery, Aston, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, USA. The 1900 census has them living in Franklin, Linn, Iowa. She died in 1900 and he in 1901. There is a Mount Hope Cemetery in Dows, Franklin County, Iowa. I really don't know where they are buried. He was born in Pennsylvania, but the family had settled in the Nebraska / Iowa area. My question is...Do you know where the information came from? I am in Arizona, so it is a little to far for me to check it out.
Thanks for any help you might be able to give me. Tanya
Thanks for all you do:)
Added by Tammy on Aug 25, 2016 3:09 PM
|deanna french||Atlanta Co. FAG Photo S.Stratton|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am working on a project to identify the last resting places of many of our "old soldiers" that had ties to Vt. Samuel Stratton is one such patriot. May I use the photo that you contributed to his Find A Grave Memorial page, to post on the Vt.Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org
You would receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
Looked up that member. Person is new to Find A Grave, correct? If so maybe just needs direction. And does name stand for "genealogy"? I don't know.
I saw your message about Old Swedes. I've photographed all stones here---readable or not. I've received messages as well. Grrrrrrr. My feeling is this is a very old historic cemetery and stones are fragile (at best). Better to have something than nothing at all is my view. Hopefully someday someone can match up correctly with the records they have there. That would be a major project, but worthwhile. Ignore the nasty!!! Like I said, better to have a crumbling stone than no stone at all.
Another steamy hot day :( Looking forward to cooler weather so I can get back out to cemeteries.
Added by Kimberly on Aug 15, 2016 6:28 AM
|Kimberly ||RE: Help|
Hi Joz, you never bother me :)
I would contact Find-A-Grave management. Think there's a link for that. And I agree with you. Inappropriate. Good luck!
Have a peaceful day---Kimberly
Added by Kimberly on Aug 15, 2016 5:10 AM
|Rhonda Allison||Benjamin BURR d 1682|
Hi there. You have several Burr's listed as buried in Delaware. That is a memorial stone!!! I found an old newpaper article from The New York Times Jan 14 1894 from the Willmington Delaware News. An article about the BURR FAMILY MONUMENT. Horace had a monument containing the names of the Burr family erected on the burial lot belonging to the Burr family in Old Swedes Cemetery. Dr Horace Burr, an ancestor, had it erected in the Old Swede Cemetery in Delaware. His, meaning HORACE's family, are buried there. Not his ancestors. He wanted the history to be shared. Benjamin and Anna and their GREATgrandson Nathaniel (son of Jonathan, son of Samuel) and his 6 sons including Samuel who I have DAR records for, are listed on that memorial stone!!! They died and were buried in CT. People copy wrong information and it gets confusing to straighten it all out!!!
Hope you will correct!!! :)
Rhonda BURR Allison
|Joan Pacitti||Edward J. Harkins memorial|
Hi Joz: Someone let me know that there are two entries for Mr. Harkins. Yours was done sooner and I'd like transfer mine to you. Maybe you can merge the information together.
The memorial on my F. A. G. memorial is #10220807.
Please let me know and I'll take care of it.
Do you know if David H. Wingate 1825 birth, was the father of J. Maris Wingate 1871 birth. And was his wife Hannah? Thanks, Lynne M. Rose, direct descendent of Cora and Maris Wingate, Ruth Anna Wingate Smith Alvarado, was my grandmother.
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