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|GW Utley||RE: Alfred Fisk Stout|
Hi! Thank you for the request. I've been doing genealogy work on his family, his parents and grandparents for the last three or four weeks. I was going to check FindAGrave memorial when I finished to make any corrections that were needed.
Added by GW Utley on Apr 30, 2015 12:52 AM
|Eric||RE: August Pagel|
Someone within the church congregation has the cemetery records. I called the church previously at 920-387-3245 and they put me in touch with this person. Good luck.
Added by Eric on Apr 06, 2015 6:45 AM
|Eileen Clarke||Hosea Afton Stout|
There seem to be two entries overlaid on the entry for Hosea Afton Stout. First of all, he was a male and had no "maiden" name. I don't know where the "Ketcham" came from. There is also a tombstone for O Donald on his site--no relation. It states under note that he is the wife of James.
James and Mary are the O Donald's, not Stouts and Hosea was a male--cannot be the wife. Can you correct this entry? Thanks. Eileen Clarke
The parents listed for Bonny Martell (memorial #78317438) are incorrect. He was named after his father (Bonnie Martell memorial #74266760 and Beatrice Blocksidge memorial #41733047). His father died shortly before his birth and his mother went to live near her in-laws. Herman (who is listed as the father is Bonny's uncle (his father, Bonnie's, brother).
I submitted the edit request through the normal request button, but there is no place to enter supporting information. If you would like additional information, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Added by LGlawe on Dec 08, 2014 5:16 PM
|LaRene Layton||RE: Emily Hasting Wood|
I don't see that they have oldest son- George Henry Wood Jr (1882-1976) on the list of children for Emily Hastings Wood (1860-1909) and George Henry Wood (1860-1898).
Thanks for responding and looking into this.
|Jeanine Franson||Additional children for Carson Clark Draper and Vilate Dalton Draper|
I manage the memorial for Ellen Agnes Draper Funk and notice that three of her siblings are missing. Would you kindly add them to her parents' memorials? They are:
Vernon Draper (born 28 January 1897 Hinckley, Millard, Utah; died 28 February 1897 Hinckley, Millard, Utah)
Bennoni Draper (born 20 December 1899 Hinckley, Millard, Utah; died 20 December 1899 Hinckley, Millard, Utah)
Clark Lindon Draper (born 6 June 1912; died 30 March 1987 Cedar City, Iron, Utah). He is in Find-a-Grave, but with no link to his parents, nor birth or death information.
All are children of Carson Clark Draper & Vilate Dalton Draper.
|Chesnut/Behunin Descendant||RE: Beda Timpson|
THANK YOU SOOOOOOO VERY MUCH.
|Danielle Williams Antczak||RE: L. Snow-Ludvigson|
Thanks So Much!
|J Henderson||English Prairie Cemetery Westford Township|
Hello LM, I noticed you had linked/added something to Rachel (Carr) Snowden. I am wondering where I could find more information about the cemetery she is buried in. The head stones are all piled up because, way back when, someone thought it would make for easier mowing instead of trying to keep them upright year after year. If you or anyone your know could help me I would be very grateful. I just want to preserve the property and put the headstones back where they belong, with their owners. Thank you.
|Corinne||RE: Heber Empey|
Charles Fielding Empey and Charles "Q" Empey are one and the same person. "Q" was a nickname and was used on his headstone. I'm thinking it was common practice back then to use the mother's maiden name, i.e. Fielding, to indicate which mother the child belonged to. Charles Fielding Empey and John William Fielding Empey were brothers, although they were about 17 years apart. I was noticing John William's memorial the other day and realized that baby was born and lived, but the mother died 8 days later. Then I noticed that the father died about 3 weeks later. There was no explanation. I am truly saddened by how prevalent death was for these people back then. Do you know the story?
Added by Corinne on Feb 02, 2014 9:15 PM
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