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William Coad
John D Ansley
FOrgot. Brother of Thomas Scott Ansley, same cemetery.
Added by William Coad on Mar 05, 2014 1:50 PM
William Coad
John D Ansley
#49460174. Am Descendant of cousin Thomas Sinclair Ansley, buried sae cemetery. I have birth 1797 at Sussex Vale, New Brunswick, Canada, but cannot find original source.
Added by William Coad on Mar 05, 2014 1:49 PM
William Coad
Thomas Ansley
#49460105. Am descendant of cousin Thomas SInclair Ansley buried at same cemetery. THomas Scott Ansley and Mary Ann Roulston had four children: Emma Scott Ansley, Frederick Scott Ansley, RObert Scott Ansley and Thomas Scott Anlsey (1842-1912)
Added by William Coad on Mar 05, 2014 1:42 PM
RE: John & Margret Reis
That would be great, thank you so much.
Added by EAK II on Feb 06, 2014 11:13 AM
Carol Zastera Michels
RE: Eva Michels
Thank you very much for the transfer. Have a wonderful day!

Added by Carol Zastera Michels on Feb 06, 2014 10:35 AM
John Reis & Margaret Marx Reis
Good morning Ravenhawk,

My wife and I have been working on our families history a couple of years now. We are curious if your are a descendant of John(Johann) Reis and his wife Margaret Marx Reis? If you aren't, would you please consider transferring their memorial pages to us on Find A Grave? They are my wife's Great Grandparents. We would like to add additional information and link them to their children. John Reis is Find A Grave # 74289577 and Margaret Reis is Find A Grave # 74289830. Our Find A Grave member # is 47734996.

We are also in Dane County.

Thank you,
Ed & Josie Kenney
Added by EAK II on Jan 20, 2014 7:19 AM
Treva Poe
Glenn Frank 43495075
Thank you for adding the bio taken from the History of Schuyler County, Missouri and for making the links to his parents. Mr. Frank certainly had an interesting career and life!
Added by Treva Poe on Jan 01, 2014 7:18 PM
Infant Daughter Carpenter 48088194
Please transfer her to me or update and connect her. She is Mary E Carpenter daughter of Albert Augustus Carpenter 48218321 (My GG Grandfather) and Delida M (Huntington) Carpenter 84754640.

she was born Aug 30, 1867 in Malden Bridge, Columbia, NY and died there your death date is correct as Albert and mary made their way to Lyons, Iowa now named Clinton, Iowa. Marys uncle Asa Upham lived in Monroe, Green, WI in 1967

thanks for the great picture

Ken Carpenter
Added by kennkgc on Nov 01, 2013 10:34 PM
Richard L. Smallwood-Roberts
George W. Smith
You should check out what I've managed to add so far. There's more to add, just havn't had time to add some of the personal stuff, like when he was mentioned in letters from other USSS.

Added by Richard L. Smallwood-Rob... on Oct 25, 2013 9:26 AM
Holly Frosch
John A. Waddell
Hello! I believe that John A Waddell (48008777) is a sibling to the Agnes Waddell (47666415) that you have listed in Forest Hill Cemetery. The 1860 US Federal Census lists Agnus as child of Walter and Agnus Waddell, aged 7 months in July of that year. (The stork on the headstone would be fitting for an infant burial.) Thank you for your work!
Added by Holly Frosch on Aug 31, 2013 8:14 AM
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