|Annette Gauthier (#47824697)|
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|My interest in family research goes back to the 60's. I am glad to assist anyone in their own searches.|
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Hi you're welcome. You may use my photos if you would like.
I searched all over for the Claar graves but could not find one for Catherine. I have a feeling after searching that it's possible she may be buried in a LIDEY plot. I searched also for LIDEY but did not find anyone. I did take photos of other Claar graves I found there and will post these in the next few days. I can also email them.
|Caroline ||RE: Auld photos|
You are very welcome Annette.
Added by Caroline on Aug 06, 2016 7:39 AM
|Delores (Rinehart)Turner||RE: Dorcas Penhallegon in Graceland|
They are there, are you able to view them?
|Don||Pearl White Bantam|
Sorry, am not related and do not know of anyone related. Happy hunting.
Added by Don on Mar 19, 2016 4:28 AM
|Cathy (Lemoine) Sturgell||RE: Marriage date|
Annette, you indicated that I posted something on a grave of the possibility of a marriage in Indiana in 1723? What grave are you referring to? It didn't show me that on the message.
|Joan||RE: Catherine Auld Claar|
I'm not related to the Auld Family. Catherine was the mother of Emma F. (Lidey) Nutter. Emma and husband, Charles Polk Nutter, lived in the town I grew up in and their daughters were involved in Delta, CO businesses and its people. Their daughter, Stella M. Nutter, married Millard Fairlamb and I'm a 6th cousin, twice removed to Millard. His son, Samuel Larkin Fairlamb, sold property to my father and the family lived next door. We didn't know about the relationship until I started researching my family tree.
I have done research on these families - are you related?
Small World - but I would hate to have to paint it!
Added by Joan on Jan 10, 2016 12:55 AM
|Jerry Bordelon||RE: Location of grave of Henry Paul Gauthier, Sr|
do not know for sure, but that is what I suspect.
Thanks for the note
|Melodye Whatley||RE: Alice Tillinghast|
My pleasure. :)
|Mike B.||RE: Cleaning headstones|
The list I have is a copy from the National Park Service and Department of Veterans Office Cleaning Headstones. They use D/2 Biological Solution NON-TOXIC & NO SCRUBBING. You spray it on and the green algae and leaches go away. They use this on the headstones in National Cemeteries. Great stuff I use it. The ingredients in ammonia is not good for headstones. This is what you don't want to see in a bottle of ammonia.•** Bleach or bleach‐like products
Household bleach or other oxidizing cleaners, such as Daybreak cleaner or HTH Shock ‘N
Swim pool treatment may chemically react with the stone surface and leave soluble
salts in the pores of the stone which will lead to decay. Check the label of the cleaner or
the Materials Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for active cleaning ingredients. If the products
contain sodium hypochlorite (NaClO), sodium perborate, sodium percarbonate, sodium
persulfate, tetrasodium pyrophosphate, calcium hypochlorite or urea peroxide, do not
use them for cleaning the headstone. For example, Daybreak cleaner contains 14%
sodium hypochlorite and is not recommended.
Added by Mike B. on Oct 12, 2015 3:34 PM
|Mike B.||RE: James M Hoon|
He assumed he was buried there sense in 1866 they removed all union soldiers from the battlefields around Cold Harbor. There are over 889 unknown soldiers buried there. You have to talk to Dennis to transfer him to you. They either did not mark his grave or the marker was lost. 99% of them were wooden boards. There were two battles in and around Cold Harbor and Gaines Mill, 1862 & 1864. The two battlefields touch each other. I live 3 miles from Cold Harbor. The picture is an index card not his military records. Sorry I couldn't help I tried.
Added by Mike B. on Oct 12, 2015 2:07 PM
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