|L Evans (#47540766)|
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Thanks to Bill Bodkin, for thousands of photos of Mount Vernon memorials, that are in Elizabeth, Allegheny, PA and St. Mary, on Penn St. Allegheny . Also, for almost all the photos posted by me to Southside, Mt. Lebanon and Calvary, Allegheny, PA. |
When asking for a transfer of one of the memorials in my care, contact me and explain relationship .....I AM OPEN TO EXCEPTIONS outside of FindaGrave guidelines , but I have been getting rather interesting requests for transfers. I am chiefly concerned with maintaining the integrity of information of the people in my care & decreasing the number of "forgotten" memorials that don't get linked or updated.
Please feel free to contact me as to adding information and making connections, as I strongly believe family should be linked whenever possible. When writing, use the edit tab on the memorial and please describe your relationship to the person.
Blessings to You and Yours, Enjoy Each & Every Day, and Let the Ones You Love Know it,
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My records are not accessible at this time. Maybe after the first of the year. Thanks for keeping me updates. Sincerely,
|shirleyw55||Isaac and Lydia|
Could you tell me the record you found them in? I would like to post it that way.
Be careful with Ancestry.com. There is a lot of mythology on the site. Everything should be documented for it to be correct. Family books aren't always documented. I think the Meeting House records are great. FamilySearch has a number of them on film. They are great!
Hi, cousin! Isaac and Martha are my 6th great grandparents. If you have information, I will post it with your name attached.
|Pebbles||RE: Frederick Bishop|
You are very welcome. I am not related to Frederick. There is no need to transfer him back. Please let me know if you need anything else. From Barbara aka Sam
Added by Pebbles on Dec 01, 2014 4:04 PM
|Stanley Tykarski||RE: Ida G. Barrett|
I sent the information as a reply to your email. Let me know whether or not you receive it.
|Anonymous||Grave of Caroline Mason Howard|
Hello L Evans,
Thank you for taking a photograph of my maternal grandmother's grave site.
I had never seen it before, and am grateful to you for making it
available to our family.
Martha Spindler Brown
|MaritimeLass||RE: Eunice Tuttle|
Well, I don't know if this helps but there's a big book on the Tuttles called "The Descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle, Who Came from Old to New England in 1635 and Settled in New Haven in 1639, etc.", 1883, by George Frederick Tuttle
On p. 572, he lists Moses (b. 13 Jul 1782, d. 28 Jan 1858, New. Hav) as having married 12 Mar 1834 Lorena Jeanette (no maiden name given), who died in New Hampshire 31 Oct 1849. He lists Lorena Wheeler Tuttle (married Ira Riggs) as their first child.
So that's likely where the "Lorena Jeannette" and the "Wheeler" come from. Whether George Frederick's account of them still holds up, I don't know.
There's another book called "Tuttle-Tuthill Lines in America" giving an alphabetical/chronological list of every Tuttle (!). It lists Moses' wife as "Lorena Wheeler".
I can't find evidence of Valery as her last name, but my search hasn't been extensive.
|Gathering Roots||Edward McNeil|
Your memorial Does have alot of work into it.I will delete mine!
|Taphophile Duo||RE: Laura Evans|
Thank you for the updates! He's my GGG uncle
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