|Doyle Brewer (#47046653)|
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Between genealogy and documenting Civil War Veteran's burial sites, I have always spent a lot of time and enjoyed shooting pictures in cemeteries. Find a Grave is a great site!|
In genealogy, I am mostly researching; BREWER, COOLEY, GLOSSER, FRITTS, PLUMMER, KELLOGG, SEDGWICK, CARRICO, FAUNCE, BEALS, TIPSWORD, NICOLLS and ELSTUN/ELSTON surnames.
If you want any larger (uncompressed) copies of the pictures I have taken, please just ask and I will be happy to send them to you.
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|Darla and J.R. Simmons||James Lake|
I made a mistake and sent a correction for the wrong James. Please decline because the info I sent is wrong. Sorry.
|deanna french||Freemont Co. Civil War Vets. Colorado|
Since I sent you my pervious message I have foud tou have contriuted several photo's to memorial pages of our "old soldiers" that had ties to Vt. may I use the others too, for the Vermont Civil War site.
Of course, you would be credited for each one.
Thank you for this consideration.
|deanna french||Freemont Co. Jesse Peabody|
I am a Vermont Civil War, and am presently working on a project to identify the last resting place of many of our "old soldiers" that had ties to Vt. Jesse Peabody is one such patriot. may I use the photo that you contributed to his Find A Grave memorial to post on the Vt.C.W.site? ( www.vermontcivilwae.org)
You would receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Iris L. Brown||Ida Medora Brown|
Thanks for putting up a memorial for my grandma. You did a great job. You did leave off her last child, my dad, Laddie L. Brown. 1981-1989
|Thomas Messenger||Schafer contact info|
I was wondering if you had any contact with the Schafer family. It appears Rollie Schafer, Jr. did some genealogical work on my great-great-great grand parents Joseph B. Foster and Mary Ellen Nichols, entitled:
"Pioneers of the Colorado Front Range. The Masons, Fosters, Allens, and Hammontrees. A Family History"
I thought I had Rollie Jr. and his family tracked down to Denton, Tx but all the numbers are disconnected. If you are in contact with them or know of someone who is, I'd be happy to give you my information to pass to them.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for creating info of F.A.G.#46749776...T.D.Gibbons(Thomas Darsey) is son of my 3rd Great Grandfather. Married S.E.(Sara Elizabeth Davenport in 1851). Reason for my text is to let you know of #103769905 that has T.D. listed as being in Montrose Cemetery...no photo of marker which makes me wonder..No info of where S.E.IS....But all info listed under Family links about parents, siblings,10 kids and wife are correct. Not sure he is even at Montrose.. SO...I am new at this and don't know how to correct if needed or what I should do next except to ask your thoughts on this. May I ask for your help ? RenaMae Willis Bearden
Greetings! Thank-you for your pictures! I am a gg granddaughter of Albert P. Brewer thru his daughter Alice Brewer Thomas. In 2008, I submitted the Brewer lineage of Revolutionary War soldier Samuel Brewer NJ (1755-1782 m. Anna Horn)to DAR. He is in the Patriot Index- it can be viewed online. Samuel Brewer's son, William Brewer, was married to Susannah Ent. Her father Peter Ent NJ (1749-1829 m. Sarah Kent)is also in the Patriot Index.
You probably have this info....but just in case you don't...
Thanks again for your work!
Added by Holliday on Jan 23, 2016 10:24 PM
|Daniel Purdue||Martha Ebbert|
Thanks so much. Your hard work is greatly appreciated.I will add a lot of info here now!
|Daniel Purdue||Martha J Musgrove Ebbert|
Her mother's name was Sarah (Vanatta) Musgrove. I am Sarah's 3rd great grandson. My Great Great Grandfather was Perry Musgrove, Martha's brother. Please transfer her memorial to me. I will take good care of it. Thanks so much
|Jacob harris||Photo Request|
I want to start off by thanking you for taking a picture of Chester C Harris' gravestone. He is my GGG-Grandfather. It is very appreciated.
I'm trying to get photos of two graves in Union Highland Cemetery. I would really appreciate pictures of "Baby Harris" and "Molendo Harris" gravestones. I put out photo requests on their Find a Grave page just now, but I wanted to ask a few people personally if they would help us with this.
I saw that you mostly do Civil War Veteran's graves, but I thought you might be interested in these graves as they are most likely Chester C Harris' wife and grandson.
Thank you again for the picture of Chester's grave,
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