|Mari Lisa (#46620175)|
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I live in Utah and love family history. I have several family lines that I'm tryin to locate members right now. I'm working on my personal family record I have over 2000 names at this point and still continuing to find more. I love that with Find-A-Grave I can see love ones that are far away.|
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Wondering how you are related? My family is related through his mom.
Added by Biermann on May 26, 2015 11:53 AM
|Barbara Plut Guardia||your email address|
Tried to email you and it came back undeliverable. Have you changed your email address? I need to link a memorial you are managing. Thank you.
|Shirley Bishop||Maria Landis|
I think you have the wrong spouse for Maria Landis. Yes, her husband was an Abraham Buckwalter, but there were 2 of them, and they were cousins.
The Abraham Buckwalter 1740-1819, was the son of Durst (Theodorus). His wife was Barbara Newcomer 1747-1820. That Abraham and his wife, Barbara, are buried in Row 13, graves 32 & 33.
The other Abraham Buckwalter, born about 1726, died 1820, was the son of Joseph Buckwalter (Durst's brother). Joseph owned a mill in Lampeter and passed it on to his son, Abraham.
In tax lists, both Abrahams are listed, with Abraham son of Joseph being listed as Abraham Buckwalter (Miller).
Abraham the miller passed the mill on to his son, Benjamin, by way of deed from Abraham and his wife, Mary, 10 Dec 1798. Mary = Maria, yes?
Unfortunately, Findagrave has merged the 2 Abraham Buckwalter cousins.
Can you find some way to restore the information for the Abraham Buckwalter (son of Joseph) who died 8 Jan 1820?
For documentation, see my "William Brannon Family Tree" [done for a friend of mine] on Ancestry.com. I've designated Maria Landis' husband Abraham Buckwalter the Miller to differentiate between the 2 cousins.
|Debs||Warren Hanson & Christina Hanson Postcard Circa 1913|
During the course of my research for a newsletter article on CardCow.com, I found a postcard written by your ancestor Warren Hanson to his mother Christina Anderson Hanson in 1913.
Earlier this year, a fellow researcher notified me regarding a postcard written by my great grand father on the site, so I wanted to pay the favor forward.
You can find a preview of the postcard here:
House Front Torn Out
For my article, I would love your opinion on the site, and how you feel it may be useful for genealogists.
Book Editor, Illinois State Genealogical Society
Added by Debs on Oct 26, 2014 9:29 PM
|Jack W.Singleton||Barbara Newcomer Buckwalter|
I am managing Barbara Newcomer Buckwalter site 58859353 which is a duplicate of yours 20101717. Barbara is my wife's 5th Gr Grandmother. If you are not related to Barbara I would like to consolidate and manage. If you are related no problem. Jack Singleton.
|Patty||Elizabeth Cotey Meyer|
I would like to thank you for your work on Find A Grave. I would like to ask you to link Elizabeth Cotey Meyer Find A Grave # 5019354 to her parents, John B Cotey Find A Grave # 124253556 and Mary Hinckley Cotey Find A Grave # 124253620.
If you wouldn't mind I would like to ask for the transfer of her to me, I am getting all of her siblings and parents and grandparents together in one place. My Find A Grave # is 46879258.
Thank you for your help.
Added by Patty on Feb 27, 2014 3:38 PM
|Lee Witt||Bull Shoals Cemetery, Arkansas|
My name is Lee Witt and I was given a request from "Find A Grave" for a photo of a headstone at the Bull Shoals Cemetery, not your family member. The "Find A Grave" site does not give a location for the Bull Shoals Cemetery other that Bull Shoals, Marion County, Arkansas. I live just south of Bull Shoals and I wasn't aware of a cemetery with that name.
In my search for it I learned that when the Bull Shoals Lake was developed, that several small cemeteries were moved but it didn't state where the graves were moved to. The only cemetery that I found in Bull Shoals is the Newton Flat Cemetery on the east side of Bull Shoals. I went to that cemetery and didn't fine the graves that I was looking for but did find your August & Irene Hebel there. The headstone is the same that you have pictured for them in the Bull Shoals Cemetery. "Find A Grave" shows only 8 people in the Bull Shoals Cemetery, I found four of those eight in the Newton Flat Cemetery.
The Newton Flat Cemetery is in the "Find A Grave" and it does not show August & Irene Hebel.
I just want to let you know for your records and information. I didn't change anything on "Find A Grave". If you have any questions feel free to e-mail me at the address below.
Take care and stay safe,
Lee E. Witt - firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Lee Witt on Jun 30, 2013 2:46 PM
|N Sharpe||Link spouses|
Please link Edwin Colby - 18698481 (my great grandfather) to his wife Lucy Alvey Colby - 18698607
Let me know if you need help
Added by N Sharpe on May 30, 2013 5:17 PM
|N Sharpe||Link spouses|
Please link Edwin Colby - 18698481 (my great grandfather) with his wife Lucy Alvey Colby - 18698607
Added by N Sharpe on Oct 05, 2011 9:32 AM
|Carol & Pete||Buchwalter burials|
We walked through all of Weaverland Cemetery twice, and did not find headstones for John or Maria Buchwalter, nor for Hester Sensenig.
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