|Green Hobbit (#47136868)|
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I live in East Yorkshire in the UK. Post code HU6|
I am happy to travel a reasonable distance to obtain photographs.
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|NB||RE: Other graves|
Thank all very much for fulfilling those requests. Yes, the Finesteins are related to me. I may have some of the details/photos already but would appreciate seeing the photos.
Added by NB on Oct 20, 2016 9:57 AM
|cynthia staples||Pukatsch Family|
Thank you so very much for getting access and photographing these stones. It is so sad that the vandalism has happened;I have read about that going on. For you to preserve these images is a true mitzvah! Thank you again!
Added by NB on Nov 26, 2014 2:12 PM
Thanks a lot for the photo.
Added by NB on Nov 26, 2014 8:13 AM
|Jerry Rhodes||RE: Nancy(Jane) Coupland|
Actually, I've been able to trace Nancy/Janes ancestors vack to about 1650land and have written a paper on that line. Nancy/Janes father and mother werr Joseph Rhodes and Ann Cawthron. They had a large family and finding the sescent of each child is an ongoing project. This line of Nancy and James is one of those missing links. I know almost nothing of them or their children and have not found them on Ancestry.
Thank you again for your time and wfforts in the hunt for Nancy's grave.
|Jerry Rhodes||RE: Nancy Coupland|
My apologies for the delay in response.
Looking at my records I tend to agree with you that this is indeed my Nancy. I show her middle name to be Ann but something about this rings true.
Nancy was born 14 Jan., 1779, in Micklefield and married James Coupland at Sherburn in 9 Feb., 1796. I've not been able to find anything more about them except that Nancy died first and James went to USA.
Interesting side bar: Nancy's brother, John, married a Ann Coupland 3 July, 1796 in Wakefield. I believe this Ann to be the sister of James but have not been able to find anything more on these Couplands.
If it is OK wiht you, I do believe the photos of the stone will be useful.
Thank you so much for your time and effort. I'd love to be able to make it to England some day and do some walking amongst the stones.
Bartlesville, OK, USA
|Always with Love||RE: Virtual cemeteries|
Thank you so much for writing. I'm so glad you enjoyed browsing my virtual cemeteries. You're very welcome. Wow, four hours is a long time. However, it is an interesting way to spend an afternoon, although from previous experience not everyone shares our enthusiasm. I won't tell anyone if you don't! Many blessings to you.
|John||Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin|
Greetings from Dublin.
I want to advise you of further details concerning a memorial that you showed an interest in.
I do not want to leave the message publicly available, so I would be grateful if you would send me an email, to which I will reply immediately.
Added by John on Apr 26, 2013 9:46 AM
|Women in Technology-19th Century||RE: Grave of Corp Galbraith|
Thank you. We've removed the photo..
|Rod Holmes||laura francisco|
thank you for leaving flowers at my great great grandmother's site. cindi francisco holmes
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