|Teresa L. Watson (#46577310)|
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|Please make sure that your emails say "Find a Grave" in the subject line. Please be patient as I do not check my email that often, but I will make the changes as soon as I get your requests. I am the mother of a teenager, so I spend a lot of time playing taxi! :)|
My family line includes: Massey, Yount, Bost, Matthews, Davidson, Gay, Barger, Bowling, Bolling, Boling, Rolfe, Altman, among others.
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Thank you very much!!!
You asked for transfers of the Kersten's. I have no issue with transferring but please use the right way and ask using the suggest a correction and stating your relationship. I don't have time to be searching for all the transfer info needed when you use the SAC it is right there.
|Alexis Belmonte||RE: My Father|
I don't really understand your reply? I was asking about my father and if you have any information on his family.
|Woolsox||Dexter James Kerstetter (FAG 26969528)|
While on Hood Canal (WA) his boat tipped over and he was presumed drowned. His body was never ecovered.
Added by Woolsox on Feb 19, 2015 10:21 AM
|Alexis Belmonte||My Father|
Hi Teresa I was recently looking for my father and put his name into Google and found this sight with a picture of his grave. Everything in the picture of his grave matches up with my father. I have't seen my father since I was 2 or 3 years old. I am wondering if you have anymore information for me on him. I have never met his side of the family and would really like to know them.
|WARREN LINDSEY SHAW||Find a grave - Vivian H Riggs??|
Hello Teresa, I sent you an email a week or so back but guess you are busy - I do hope you can soon help me to get this correct - Edward M. C. Abington is my great uncle - I have info that tells me his wife Vivian's maiden name was Chamberlin and not Riggs as you have listed - I would like to know how and or where you got the name Riggs from and be sure which it is before making any changes - Please contact me via here or via my email address - LShaw2@satx.rr.com
|Darrell Collins||suggest a correction|
Hello, I sent you an email last Saturday and this is an update of the situation. The grave listing that you have as Ronald William Crow should be Cron. I am assuming this is one that was merged incorrectly recently. You can verify the spelling of the last name by the headstone picture. The last letter in the last name should be an N.
Thank you for your help in resolving this.
|joyce ||peter crackett|
HiTeresa,I am searching for info on Peter Cracketts family,I have typed in familysearch and found his mothers maiden name to be either Jane Watson or Jane Ireland when i saw your name i wondered if there is any connection?
Added by joyce on Nov 23, 2014 1:08 PM
|P R P||George Boblett|
I just sent a couple of edit requests on a soldier you entered from ALton National Cemetery. I wanted to send you additional information because at first glance, it may seem in error. He was 65 when he enlisted, proven by birth records from the church where he was baptized in Carroll Co. Md, July 16, 1797. He died of disease at Alton, I'm thinking he was a prison guard there. His son Leander E. Boblett died of disease while serving in New Orleans a year later. Here's a complete rundown if you need it:
Johann Georg Bobletts b. 24 Apr 1797 d. 15 Sep 1863
m. 11 May 1833 Susannah Kemp (Sandusky Co. OH.) (1808-1856)
George was baptized July 16, 1797 in Carroll County, Maryland, son of Jacob and
Catherine Babliz. He and his wife were living in Seneca County, Ohio when
they patented 80 acres in Sandusky County, Ohio, 1834 They were listed there in the 1850 census, as Geo. Boblet, 53, born Md. On January 2, 1863 , George
Bobletts, age 65, of Genoa Bluff, Iowa, enlisted in Co. D, 37th Iowa Infantry Regiment. He mustered in on February 27, 1863. He died of disease
while in service, September 15, 1863 at Alton, Illinois. Although a number of senior citizens enlisted during 1861, itís fairly remarkable a man of his years actually served in 1863. He may have been assigned as a guard at the Federal Prisoner of War Camp at Alton, Illinois, where he died. He is buried in the Alton
National Cemetery as George Bobletts.
Added by P R P on Nov 13, 2014 9:33 PM
|Kathy Line||RE: Find a grave|
Sure Teresa I would love to have them. Thank you very much. Kathy
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