|Marsha Williams Byrd of Missouri||Glen Lawrence|
You are welcome. If you would like to take over care of Mr. Lawrence's Memorial I will be happy to transfer him to you. Marsha
|patootie||RE: James L. Trotter FAG #81981118|
At first for your kind message.
Unfortunately, i can't identify your uncle on this pic (he is among the five men standing, maybe could you confirm where he exactly is ?)
you can find this pic on the excellent 390th bg website (but no names attached to)
here the link to same pic on fold3 website (you can zoom on it):
have a nice day
Added by patootie on Jul 30, 2015 1:49 AM
|Anna Jaech||RE: Rebecca Patton Gibson|
I'm not a descendant - became interested in her when I found the Peter Cooper story in the Missouri Telegraph - that colorful article which I placed on her memorial.
She's in my strivings :-)
|Anna Jaech||Rebecca Patton Gibson|
Hi Linda! I visit Mother Gibson from time to time (I am the person who wrote her article) & hold her in the highest esteem. I think of her when times are tough. 'Just thought I'd say hello.
|Charles Beach||RE: Elizabeth Dygert Ehle|
Hi! Yes, you may use any of the photos you want. That's why I take them!
I am also descended from the Bellingers, through Johannes Bellinger (17 Nov 1664ó1725) and his wife Anna Maria Margaretha Kuhn (11 Aug 1661óbefore 1758), who came to New York as part of the Palatine German migration of 1709-1710. Then PhilipóPhilipóJohan JostóDavidóDavid (the succeeding generations), before that second David (1801-20 June 1875) moved with his wife Mary "Polly" Nellis (4 Feb 1803ó9 Apr 1876) up to the Watertown area. I have been trying to document as many graves of those (and related) families, in hopes of stumbling across connections to my family line. . . .
The most comprehensive resource on the Bellingers is Lyle Frederick Bellinger's Genealogy of the Mohawk Valley Bellingers and Allied Families. Henry Z. Jones did a couple of volumes of Palatine Families, which had some more recently discovered information. And Philip Otterness's Becoming German: The 1709 Palatine Migration to New York is a good, often witty, presentation of the difficult journey those ancestors made.
If you know of any Bellinger or related family graves that you would like photographed in the area, please let me know. I am planning a couple of additional stops there this summer.
Have a great day! Peace. Charles
|C Wilson||RE: N.N. Fowler photo ~ Hooker Ridge|
You're very welcome ... happy to do it.
Please feel free to grab my photos from Find A Grave for use in your other venues. Credit to my ownership, while appreciated, is not necessary
Added by C Wilson on Jan 19, 2015 5:09 PM
|Bonnie1man||please accept edit(s)|
would you please go into your edit tab in the contributor tools and accept your pending edits in findagrave....thanks!
|Marsha Williams Byrd of Missouri||Duplicate|
Thank you for your kind words. One of the things I really enjoy is adding flowers to the Memorials that don't have any. I deleted the duplicate. Thank you. Marsha
|Bobby Jean||RE: Photo - Headstone of Elizabeth Alkire|
Absolutely, yes! Your ancestor made contributions that helped build the wonderful community I call home. Feel free to use any image.
|K. Medved||RE: Elwin Slater headstone|
Linda, I'm glad you did that because after I read about him I thought some information ought to be added. I also wondered if there isn't an organization that might put a marker on his grave site. Kay
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