|Nancy Eliason Walker (#46774804)|
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|James Bianco||Henry E. Bardwell|
Thanks Nancy for bringing that to my attention! I linked him as son to Henry Field & Alice Louise (Brown) Bardwell.
|ASB||Edward Morris 96811104|
Hi Nancy, I can't find any supporting documentation for birthdate Sept 15 1783 in Dudley. Do you have a source?
Added by ASB on Oct 08, 2014 3:06 AM
|John Glassford||George Winn at Reading, MA|
HI JOhn..you have two memorials for
thanks for the self dupe notice - sheesh HAH
Added by Maggie O on Oct 01, 2014 2:23 PM
|George "Buddy" Hartmann||Me again|
I probably should just transfer them to you and you can re-link everyone....
What do you think ????
|George "Buddy" Hartmann||Horatio & Belle (Walker) Norton|
Was trying to get the rest of the gravestones photographed in Wales #3 cemetery in Wales, Massachusetts and look what I found....
I'm in the process of trying to figure this all out to link everyone together....
BUT check out mem # 136497008 in Wales Massachusetts to see what I'm talking about....
|Joyce Woody||RE: Benjamin Card Walker|
I got the dates from the head stone on FindAGrave. If the headstone was wrong let me know
|Mary Briggs||Traverse City|
Hi Nancy, I was president of Grand Traverse Area Genealogical Society for four year. We have worked hard to gather information on Grand Traverse and Leelanau Counties' cemeteries. Just the other day I found a headstone that was thought non-exsistant and a relative from the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State was very pleased. The headstone was placed in 1899. These old gravestones are so important to keep records of. GTAGS earned money to place a headstone on Gottlieb Piltz' grave in Oakwood. He business was called 'Marble Works'. He died in 1896 but never had a headstone. The interesting thing about him was that he signed his work, so we know which headstone in the area are his.
Thanks, Nancy, for all the research you have done on the Amos Noyes family. Mary
Hello. Loren is my great grandfather. His son, Edward, is my grandpa. I have been searching for years now for more information on Gwen. If you or anyone else think that they might be able to help me, I'd really appreciate it.
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