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I am a descendant of a few of our Founding Fathers here in the United States of America. My family on both parents sides- and all four grandparents- and their parents before them- all date back to/ or before the American Revolutionary War.In the process of searching my family treeI hope I can also help others searching their family trees. As I find information out in regards to my ancestors, and also finding information in regards to others- associated with my family- it is my intent to share - to help one another out. ********* Main Family Surnames- ADAMS, FIELDS, FINK, KIBLER, PEYTON, TOMPKINS********* -PLEASE- if you are REQUESTING A TRANSFER/and/or Find any Errors or Added Bio Info-PLEASE Feel Free to Contact Me. BUT PLEASE PLEASE- USE THE EDIT TAB on the Top RIGHT CORNER OF MEMORIALS. Under Suggestion- please leave your request or suggestions. AND PLEASE- Thank You and Please- and showing kindness goes a long way with me and society in general. THANK YOU*********GENEALOGY FAMILY MYSTERY-HELP WANTED-PLEASEI have 2 mysteries in my family tree- Where are they buried?? Sgt. Moses Adams Nov 30 1748-June 28 1778- he fought in the American Revolutionary War in Massachusetts. Continental Pay Accounts June 21,1777 thru June 28, 1778. Marked June 28, 1778 reported Died. Died in Battle of Monmouth County Courthouse, NJ. Is also on the Muster Roles in Valley Forge March 1778 and May 1778. WHERE IS HIS FINAL RESTING PLACE? Mary Angeline "Angeline" (Whetzel)Fink Feb 1 1889-Jan 21 1916. Daughter of Cornelius & Matilda Whetzel, wife of Samuel R Fink. She died 2 days after giving birth- in Keyser, Mineral County, WV. WHERE IS HER FINAL RESTING PLACE?********* PHOTOGRAPHS-Please feel free to use any photographs I have taken or posted on FindAGrave for Genealogy, non-profit use ONLY. THANKING YOU.********* DEAR ANCESTORYour Tombstone stands among the rest:neglected and alone.The name and date are chiseled outOn polished, marbled stone. It reaches out to all who care its too late to mourn. You did not know that I exist You died and I was born.Yet each of us are cells of you In flesh, in blood, in bone.Our blood contracts and beats a pulse Entirely not our own. Dear Ancestor, the place you filled One Hundred years ago Spreads out among the ones you left Who would have loved you soI wonder if you lived and loved,I wonder if you knew That someday I would find this spot.and come to visit you.--- 1906 by Walter Butler Palmer|
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All of your memorials for the Hults family are duplicates. Please remove them as it is confusing. You will find the same memorials under the name Hulse. I am a descendant of this family and maintain the proper memorials. Your attention to this message would be greatly appriciated
Added by M Inoue on Sep 28, 2016 9:59 AM
|Susan Peyton||RE: Charles H Peyton|
Pop on over to my website. It's on my profile. I don't have too much information on your line, past Eliza and Edwards childrens names.
|Susan Peyton||RE: Charles H Peyton|
Nice to meet you cousin.
Joseph E. Burkett Peyton married Elizabeth Derry in 1874. She died in 1875. Then he married Ruth E. Webb in 1876. They in turn had my grandfather Floyd Raymond Peyton in 1894 plus 8 or 9 other children.
|Susan Peyton||St. Pauls Lutheran Cemetary, Virginia|
I have several family members who are SUPPOSED to be buried in that cemetery.
According to the Thomas Balch Library only one is. Charles Henry Peyton Sr.
You are listed as contributor to Luther Marshall Peyton, who according to Thomas Balch Library is not buried there. He was my grandfathers brother.
There is also Joseph E. Burkett Peyton said to have been buried there. He is my great grandfather.
I noticed all this when I was looking for my great grandmother, wife of Joseph E. Burkett Peyton. Her name is Ruth E. Webb. I cannot find her anywhere. Her death certificate states, as does the death certificate of Joseph E. Burkett, that they would be going to St. Pauls.
I have tried to contact St. Pauls Lutheran Church, through email, but I get no answer. That is why I contacted Thomas Balch, as they hold the church records from the 1800s. They say no peytons are there except Charles Henry.
My question is this....does someone actually go out to the graveyards and see that they are buried there, or do they rely on information others give them.
|John M.||Esther Ratekin Ely|
You have Esther Ratekin Ely's parents as being James and Effie Ely, of Oklahoma. That is incorrect. The marriage license for Esther and her husband Floyd Ely (24 Nov 1917, Cuyahoga County) gives her parents as Benjamin Ratekin and Belle Hart. I've suggested an edit to correct this. Please remove James and Effie as her parents. Many thanks.
Added by John M. on Sep 02, 2016 11:26 PM
|Garth Kinney||RE: John & Lucy Hawksley@Kings Grove Cem|
If you could transfer them that would be great.
Thank you so much. My family is very large and will find this very important.
|Garth Kinney||How'd you know?|
Hello, I was just google my great-grandparents and what I have found is remarkable and mind blowing. My question is how'd you find the information of John Goodwin Hawksley and Lucy Thomas Lilly Hawksley? They are my Great, Great, Great, Great, Great grandparents. Family history is so important to me so please respond.
|Diane Kepus||William Nelson Brainard|
Would you please correct his middle name to reflect Nelson or N.
In addition, please notify the owners of the site that the site is not working properly and creating a freeze. There is an ad notice poping up about "Report this ad" and it does not respond and I think it is the problem. I could not find a link anywhere to contct them myself.
TY! Diane Kepus
|Tom Loadholt||Robert Kemp Farm Cemetery|
Would you please give me directions to the cemetery? (Henry and Mary Kibler are my 5x great grandparents.)
|I Rutter Parker||RE: Maude Alford @ Middlefield|
You are very welcome. I will post the photo for you.
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