|carole taylor puntenney (#47890355)|
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May I add a death certificate to a person's memorial page?
Death certificates may be added via the "Add a photo" button on the memorial page. Please select the option for "Other" in the "Type of photo:" to be added, as it is not a Grave, Person or Family photograph. NOTE: Death certificates do not necessarily contain completely accurate information about the deceased. There are often errors regarding the final burial location (as well as other data). [Top]
I feel the documents WE find on the internet are placed there to help us find our heritage. Any thing that can tell us who we were/where we came from I feel is HISTORY that belongs to all of us and an honor to share.. not a desecration.
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|Regina Greer Cooper||Greer|
Do you know the location of the Gunpowder River Cemetery in Harford County, Maryland? I'm descended from James Greer and Anne Taylor who are buried there. Headed to Baltimore in the fall and would really like to go to cemetery, if possible.
|Susie Buster||RE: William E Chester|
Must gave read something in dreams. Sorry, thanks for your work.
|Susie Buster||William E Chester|
I am William E Chester's great grand daughter. His youngest son with his first wife, Matilda Redford Chester, was William W. Chester, my grandfather and father of William Trinder Chester, my father. His middle name was Edwin. He was a railway detective and spent time in DC also. He had two wives that I am aware of, Matilda R and Mary Matilda Budd. I have never heard of the Susie as listed.
|Kathleen Englebretson||RE: Regenfuss|
The cemetery index is on-line at ci.Marshfield.wi.us. I did check it and there is no other matches. The index does have many mistakes but the only match that is for John says "Husband of Mary". There are 5 Regenfusses on the plot
I received the following e-mail and believe the information is correct. Before I undo all your links would you like to review it yourself.
I believe someone gave you incorrect information regarding this Margaret Regenfuss. She is NOT the wife of John Regenfuss, Find A Grave Memorial# 126377234, but actually the wife of Jacob Regenfuss, Find A Grave Memorial# 101514503, who she is buried next to. Please unlink John as her husband and link Jacob instead. Remove Kansas as her birth location. She is NOT the daughter of Johann and Maria Toepfer, so please unlink them as her parents. Also remove Toepfer as her maiden name and add Bath, and remove Maud as her nickname. Mary "Maud" Toepfer, who actually was the wife of John Regenfuss, remarried after John's death and died in 1958 in North Dakota.
Please post the following obituary to Margaret Bath Regenfuss's memorial page.
Thanks for your time,
PS. Are you Brooke and Corbin's auntie?
Mrs. Jacob Regenfuss, 48 years old, died at St. Joseph's hospital Sunday evening due to heart disease and complications. Mrs. Regenfuss, nee Margaret Bath was born June 24, 1880 and her home has been in this city continuously. She married Mr. Regenfuss, August 21, 1899. Surviving are her husband and four daughters, Mrs. Leo Stockheimer, Mrs. Rudolph Kerske, Norma and Margaret, at home. She leaves one sister, Mrs. Louis Spindler of Rozellville and four grandchildren. The funeral will be held from the Sacred Heart Catholic church at 9:00 o'clock Wednesday morning.
Wisconsin Rapids (Wisconsin) Daily Tribune, Thursday, October 25, 1928; page 11, Marshfield News column
No problem. The age wasn't there until I added it after I found the info so you would not have known when you made the request. I will go ahead and add an overall plot photo in case others are looking for him so that they know there is no marker. Thanks for your quick response.
Added by BjJ on Jul 20, 2015 8:35 AM
|BjJ||William Beaman photo request|
Regarding the new photo request for #24068767 in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, IL, I wanted to let you know that on the cemetery records it states that he was 24 years old, born in England, and is buried in the county grounds, or potter's field. That area of the cemetery has hundreds of unmarked graves and most of those have been photographed already and posted. I searched for an obit and found nothing in the archived newspapers for him. He would have been too young for the Civil War so am wondering if this is the William you are looking for since you mentioned he may have a military stone. I can post you an overall photo of the area where he is buried but unfortunately, that is the best that can be done.
Added by BjJ on Jul 20, 2015 6:37 AM
|Andre Dominguez||Memorial 35831759|
The below transcription has been requested to be added to Samuel's memorial.
SAMUEL T. BEAM
Born Jan. 28th 1807
Died July 17th 1873
Father thou art gone to rest.
We will not weep for thee;
For thou art now where oft, on
Thy spirit longed to be.
|T. Walker||RE: Greer|
Actually, my relationship is through Bertie May Phillips who married William Roy Greer, a son of Nathaniel. She was a half-sister to my father Sam Phillips. Nice to hear from you. If you want to correspond further, let me know via this site, and I will give you my email address.
|Leslie Boren||Roy Greer - Powers Cemetery|
Hi, I am doing research on the Greer family. I have noticed a discrepancy with Roy Greer buried in Powers Cemetery in Newton County, MO. You have his parents listed as Ezekiel and Nancy Greer. However, the Roy Greer in Powers Cemetery is James Roy Greer, son of Thomas Jefferson Greer and Mary Elizabeth Lane, both buried in the same cemetery. James Roy Greer and Etta Smith were married in Jasper County, MO, and their marriage records reflect the same names. Census records also show James Roy Greer as being born in 1889. In looking at the information for Ezekiel and Nancy, buried in the Hopewell Cemetery of Pettis County, the information for Roy shows Roy W. Greer on the 1900 census (born in 1889). Thank you!
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