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|Toni Helvey Schlaefli||RE: E F Carpenter 1855-1906|
Awesome! Awesome! Oldest son of James S & Mary Klumph Carpenter. Assumed he was buried in Republic County, Ks. Hes found on 1887 Washington State Census and 1900 Federal Census in Toledo, Lewis Co, Washington..
I got your message about the new headstone. We are under snow right now but if you send me a message in the spring I will be happy to go take a look. I think I can find the location pretty easily. In the future to send me a message (Since I have messages on my profile page disabled) Just chose one of my memorials and use the edit tab and chose option six to send other information. This way it will not attach to a photo request for someone else. I think it is great that you got a stone for him. My fathers family did something similar when they say our GGG Grands had stones that were about 4"x6".
|Nancy Day||RE: Patricia Jane Stanley Scott McLean|
No, not friends. My grand uncle Flavel Bingham was her step father. I've been filling in the leaves on my tree's branches.
|lloker||RE: Clarinda Inez Casement Chapman Scott|
I sent this message to JDP who put in one of the entries.
You need to redo this person. He is the father of George Chapman born 1876 and married to Clarinda Casement. These two names are mixed up.
George Senior is married to Mary Sauteuse.
Marriage to Mary Sauteuse
1860 — Age: 20
Thelma Mae Chapman is the daughter of George/Clarinda.
Added by lloker on Dec 04, 2014 12:15 PM
|ChuckNorris||Charles Lincoln Scott|
You request a headstone photo for him. His burial is unmarked. The photos of the small orange flowers are what I got on the last photo request for him. No better photo can be obtains as there is no stone to photograph. I am 100% sure that this is his burial location. I have a plot book for all burials in the cemetery and by finding the two burials he is between I was able to come up with this location.
|N Wickam||Memorial #58511168|
Do you have information that gives his first name as William?
Some people say his fathers name was William Asher, but a very reliable researcher says it was just William.
Added by N Wickam on Nov 20, 2014 7:37 AM
|Kerry Rae Smith Moser||Mary Elizabeth "Mammie" Partrick McClure|
Edit done.. Please use the edit feature by clicking the "edit" button, then clicking on whichever category your edit fits into, enter the info and click send.....The new edit feature that findagrave rolled out in January 2014 works very well, and takes much less time than doing it the old way.. Thanks!
|Deanna Nichols Searles||RE: Partrick|
This family is SO confusing. I have just recently extended my research into the brothers & sisters of Wm Patrick 1834-1878 (wife Sarah Pigg). Wm is my 2nd gg uncle. Children include Arabella, Jasper and 5 others. All go under the name Patrick until I located the Find A Grave info on Jasper PARTRICK. I descend from William's brother Christopher Columbus Patrick. His daughter Sarah is my g-grandmother.
I thought the Find A Grave info was in error, but am finding more info that the name of anyone from Jasper was spelled Partrick. Why/when did he change the name? Any info would be appreciated.
|Gayle Strom||Almira Docett and family|
I am wondering if you are related to Almira. She is my 2nd great grandmother thru her son William Paddock who is the brother to Alfred James (Alfron?)
I am searching for information about Peter Barzeal Docett and Barzeal his father. I would love to hear from you if you have time.
Gayle Ivory Strom
|Adele Sullivan||Nils Alfred Olson|
It was a long shot but I thought I would ask.
Her husband Nils Alfred Olson
I was hoping they may be buried nearby each other?
Thank you for your consideration
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