|Greg Derylo (#46561377)|
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My recent genealogical efforts have been geared towards locating the gravesites of my children's ancestors. I suppose that when I'm done, I'll have to repeat all these trips in order to locate old homesites...|
Please note that anyone is welcome to use my photos from Find-A-Grave for their own historical research. And before requesting a transfer, please check my website below to see if I'm related to the person in question.
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|Mary ||Wm Twining #8988973|
Just wondering where you derived Wm's birth year of 1619? I'm a direct descendant and everything I find says 1625. I also noticed there aren't any pics of the oldest stones in Middletown Friends Cemetery, are they are all missing or just unreadable? I know you did these memorial several years ago, you may not have info still. Appreciate any info you may still have to share. Thanks, Mary
Added by Mary on Aug 13, 2013 11:49 AM
|Kent Kooi||William Brazelton|
Kathy Weaver and I are putting together a Power Point of the men of the 4th Iowa Cavalry. We would like to ask your permission to use your photo of Brazelton's headstone on his page. We credit the photos, such as "Photo courtesy of Greg Derylo."
Thank you for your consideration.
Kent Kooi #46562030
|R2Salzgaber||Elizabeth Duck, Memorial 9004119|
Elizabeth Duck, Memorial 9004119, was the wife of my eighth great grand uncle, George Harland. She died November 12, 1712 in Pennsbury, Chester, Pennsylvania. Suggested Bio: Elizabeth Duck was born on May 5, 1660, in Lurgan, Northern Ireland, the only child of Ezekeliah and Hannah. She married George Harland on September 17, 1678, in Armagh, Northern Ireland. They had 12 children in 17 years. She died on November 12, 1712, in Pennsbury, Pennsylvania, at the age of 52.
|pallred||RE: Your Davis request|
Previously requested a link several weeks ago but with no success so thought I would try you. Will try again and/or another avenue.
Sorry to have bothered you but still learning.
Added by pallred on May 29, 2013 5:35 PM
|Joan||Rebecca Haddock Hinshaw|
Thank you for adding the information!
Added by Joan on Nov 22, 2012 12:22 AM
|S Clausen||Head stone inscription|
Greg: we are so grateful that you posted the head stone inscription for Mary Mellon. It is amazing the inscription can still be seen/read.
So grateful for your work in photographing this gravemarker for Mary who died 1 Jun 1709. Do you know of any transcription of verse on the marker?
Again, thank you.
|CC Scarbrough||RE: Permission requested|
Thanks so much. Find A Grave is such a great resource.
|CC Scarbrough||Permission requested|
May I have your permission to copy the pictures you have for James Lindley 8988856, Eleanor Parke and their children? I'll bet we are cousins. They would be used with Ancestry.com Family Tree Maker.
I have been looking for Eleanor Parke Lindley Jones' death location for many years. There was a provocative entry in Quaker-Roots a while ago.
Archiver > QUAKER-ROOTS > 2009-08 > 1250553391
Subject: Re: [Q-R] Eleanor Parke Lindley Jones 1684- ?
Date: Mon, 17 Aug 2009 19:56:47 EDT
This is what I have on Eleanor's later life:
A record dated 6-20-1748 at East Nottingham MM states that Henry and Eleanor came under inquiry regarding their daughter Hannah Lindley and step-daughter Sarah Jones marrying contrary to doctrine (p. 25). The inference here is that both Henry and Eleanor were alive as late as July 28, 1748, the date of the subsequent record closing the inquiry. [Correction from Claudia Scarbrough. Hannah was Eleanor and James Lindley's child. Sarah was Eleanor and Henry's child.]
So both were living in 1748; C.B. Jones (1951) suggests both Henry and Eleanor died around 1750 in Maryland. Henry seems to be living that year as he was disowned by the Nottingham MM of the Deer Creek MM (Maryland).
Anyone have more info or can confirm this? Eleanor Rayl
I would appreciate your consideration of my request.
|Robert Peach||William Strickland Peach|
Do you know anything about his other wife Catherine Lee Reynolds. He was my great gran father. James Pinkney was my grandfather. I believe Dona Louvenia was my great aunt.
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