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Greg and Cindy Thredgold (#46919839)
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Bio Photo I have done genealogy for about 12 years, am a member of RAOGK volunteers, Family History Consultant and admitted Family History addict.
We absolutely love this work ... and find that after we've photographed for other's requests ... photos show up for us that have been requested ...... what goes around .........................
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RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 80739972
Someone must have given me that. I did find Elizabeth Oster, 17 year old immigrant perhaps helping with Sarah, with Sarah with Mitchel and Martha Lyman on 1850.

Found Sarah on the 1850 census age 3 with somewhat old parents Mitchel and Martha, though not unusual. I will remove it since I can't justify it.

Added by CHerr on Jan 28, 2016 7:45 AM
alice flint
hi, thanks for he information. I removed the petries corner link to her husband flint, her beaches bridge memorial is linked to her.
Added by CHerr on Jan 01, 2016 8:51 AM
RE: Re: Ida Grotrian Photo Request
I usually use info {at} mountroyalcem {dot} com
That's what is marked at the bottom of the linked Genealogy Form page.

I found the genealogy one this AM on Mount Royal's contact us page and I thought - oh even better. I have previously received the Mail Delivery Failure notice, but never noticed the actual address. Thanks - good to know that is the same genealogy address.

Use the info at address and ask for both Ida Grotrian names.

Added by Graceti on Dec 29, 2015 8:10 AM
Re: Ida Grotrian Photo Request

To reach Mount Royal Cemetery, email
genealogy {at} mount royal cem (all one word) {dot} com

Helpful info can be found on the Drouin burial records for Ida and her child.
Have you seen these records?

The child does not seem to have a Find A Grave memorial yet.

Winter has just arrived here in Montreal, so it will be springtime before anyone will be able to check for a headstone and photograph it.

Graceti in Montreal
Added by Graceti on Dec 29, 2015 5:12 AM
Tom Maines

Marquerite May Poling was my great aunt, the sister of my grandfather, Earl P. Poling. To the best of my knowledge I have no other relationship with the Deavers family. When I go to "Find a Grave to make an entry or correction I often just check the family name listed under that cemetery and make obvious entries just to update the records. In this case there were many Deavers entries listed, many showing mothers and fathers or spouses but the connection had not been made in Find a Grave. If I can add a mother, father, spouse connection I do it. I'm retired and have the time to do a little research when needed.

Added by Tom Maines on Dec 23, 2015 9:36 AM
E.F. Charvet
RE: Theresa Cecilia McCaffery Hall
Follow-up: It is "likely" that the parents of Ann Hanlon are John Hanlon (b. ca. 1820 in Ireland) and his wife Catherine (--) (b. ca. 1825 in Ireland). They appear on the 1870 U.S. Census of Anamosa, Jones County, Iowa - the same county where Ann Hanlon and Hugh McCaffery married, and the only possible candidates residing in that county who could be Ann's parents. On this 1870 Census, John and Catherine's family name is spelled "Handlin." A researcher at left a long note attached to the record stating this couple was his grandparents with a good explanation, and that they spelled their name "Hanlon." Based on the birth place of their children still at home on this census, it is "likely" that your Ann Hanlon was born in Wisconsin. --- I have found no other records for Ann Hanlon. --- Good luck!
Added by E.F. Charvet on Dec 19, 2015 8:36 PM
E.F. Charvet
RE: Theresa Cecilia McCaffery Hall
Hello. I don't check the Find A Grave site regularly, so I apologize for this late response. --- The mother of Theresa Cecilia (McCaffery) Hall is Anna Brislawn. Anna was born on 1 May 1851 in Ireland to Miles Brislawn (b. ca. 1823 in County Wexford, Leinster, Ireland) and Johanna Flynn (b. ca. 1830 in County Cork, Munster, Ireland). She had her parents emigrated from Ireland to Linn County, Iowa, USA, ca. 1858, when she was about 7 years old. Anna Brislawn and Hugh McCaffery married on 2 November 1873 in Anamosa, Linn County, Iowa. --- Hugh's first wife was Ann Hanlon, and they were married 25 July 1867 in Jones County, Iowa. --- This information is available at the FamilySearch site, but I found years many before on a research trip to Salt Lake City. --- I have fairly complete information on the Hall family to earliest ancestors in England, as well as English descendants from research there, if interested. I hope you find it helpful.
Added by E.F. Charvet on Dec 19, 2015 8:04 PM
Cathy and Tim Sheffler
RE: Fetherby headstones
No, no snow here. It has been really warm recently. Depressing to this cold-weather person. Stark isn't quite in the middle of nowhere, but it's pretty close to it. It's in the southeastern part of the Endless Mountains region, which is quite scenic.

Added by Cathy and Tim Sheffler on Dec 16, 2015 1:19 PM
Kenneth Congrove
RE: Request to transfer memorial
Hello I did not create the Nielson memorial. I merely manage it. How can I delete it if I did not create it. I can request a deletion but Find A Grave replie has always been I am not the creator.
Added by Kenneth Congrove on Dec 13, 2015 8:55 PM
Maggie O
RE: John Rouso
:), the census records are with the NEW spelling, I wasn't able to find an obit under either name but hey who knows :)

Added by Maggie O on Nov 14, 2015 11:15 PM
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