|Greg Bowers (#47649593)|
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|Jane||Christian and Emma Furst|
Sorry--I meant Furst, not Bowers.
Added by Jane on Jun 07, 2014 1:49 PM
|Jane||Christian and Emma Bowers--Beech Grove Cemetery|
I have transferred the memorials for Christian and Emma Bowers to your care, since you are family. I am so glad that you found them! I sent an edit to the creator of the memorial for their daughter, Ervilla Cooper, to add the links for her parents. Let me know if there are any other memorials you need transferred to your care.
Added by Jane on Jun 07, 2014 1:48 PM
|Taylor H.||Hannah Leavitt - 1st Marriage|
I have on my family tree that Hannah Leavitt was married to Joseph Loring and I saw on your page that she had one daughter with her first husband but i have it that she had a son Nehemiah Loring, could you confirm his existence or non existence. Thanks!
|Kraig Wheeler||Albert L. Bowers|
Greg, I found this website and your photo of the headstone of Albert Bowers when doing a search on my grandfather Stuart B. Stilwell from Geneva. My mother (Sandy Wheeler from Geneva, NY) has a photo of Albert sitting with his grandson Stuart on his lap. My grandparents are buried over in Bellona and Stuart was in the USMC's during WWI. I've done some research on Albert and found that he served in the Civil War and I believe my mom has a photo of Albert in his uniform. I never knew he was buried in Geneva. Kraig in Atlanta, GA
|Debby (Patt) Margiotta||RE: Jones in Cavendish Center|
I transferred the Jones family to you. I am just so happy that people are coming forth and claiming some of the memorials. I put them out there so they are remembered permanently. I have been to that cemetery and the stones are tablets and are very old and almost unreadable.
|Kevin Avery||Joseph Estabrook|
Thanks Greg for finding his stone.
Only the poster of that photo can remove it....as I recall he posted it because his information led him to believe he was in one of those plots. Now that you have found the stone, the mystery is solved..... If you have specific plot info it can be added.
|Roanho||RE: George Estabrook III|
transfered to your control. Thanks
Added by Roanho on Jun 22, 2012 5:42 PM
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Gerry Bowers|
Greg, you are super welcome! I enjoyed going to
Calvary Cemetery knowing that it was Gerry's stone that I would be photographing. I am sure
also that you found Ruth's parents and sister.
That is a famous name, too. Rick Nelson was Eric
Hilliard Nelson, though I believe that his mother's family adopted the name or his mother did. All the Best! - Paul
|Liz L.||Re: Estabrooks of Arlington, Mass.|
I have searched for your Eastbrook two more times but have yet to locate any further Eastbrooks/Estabrooks than the two I found on my first search.
Added by Liz L. on Jun 12, 2012 6:46 AM
|Liz L.||Estabrooks of Arlington, Mass.|
I spent some time in Old Burying Ground today looking for your Estabrook but I only found two others, which had the spelling Eastabrook on their stones. I will search again the next time I visit, which should be in a week or two.
Added by Liz L. on May 21, 2012 2:18 PM
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