|Larry Van Dyke (#47024479)|
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|I am a descendant of Freeman Van Dyke from Dandridge, TN and his son Richard Wilson Van Dyke, Sr. from Jackson County, Missouri on my father's side. Some of Richard's children lived in the Meadville, and Buckner,MO areas and Richard Jr. went to Iowa. On my mother's side I am descended from Nathaniel Duncan who migrated from Kentucky to Boone County Missouri in 1827. I am descended from his son Thomas Garland Duncan who moved to the Meadville, MO area around 1850. I grew up in Marceline, MO.|
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|DVF||Walter H Gupton|
Thanks, Larry. I've just added your link to his dad. His mother, Virginia, was already there.
Added by DVF on Mar 01, 2014 1:05 PM
|Doni Wright||Cornelius & Emma McIntyre|
Just want to take a moment and thank you for placing Cornelius & Emma McIntyre's headstone on their memorials. Thank Glenda for the photo.
|Carolyn Barrera||RE: Caroline Lowe Shutts|
Mr. Van Dyke,
I will send you my email now. Thank you for your assistance.
|Carolyn Barrera||Caroline Lowe Shutts|
Dear Mr. Van Dyke,
Thank you so much for finding the grave of Caroline Lowe Shutts. She is my 2nd great grandmother. I have just started researching my genealogy and I appreciate the help.
|Nameseeker||Emma Anderson Glasgow # 117326933|
I found her Birth and Death dates and places in the following:
U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970
Wife of Number 6 on Application of Lawrence E Miller junior.
The original lists Linage actually back from Lawrence E Miller III down to Dr. John Woodson and his wife Sarah Winston.
I put the dates and places on the edit page but wanted to let you know where I got the information.
|Don DeWitt||Haley photo|
Thanks very much!
|Kati McSweeney||Hammonds @ Meadville Cemetery|
Thank you so much for posting the tombstone photo of my cousin Omar Hammond and his wife Martha for my family and me!
Helping those who live so far away from their deceased ancestors and relatives is not only a selfless act of kindness on your part, it is also a cherished and priceless gift that you give to us.
May God bless you and yours in all your endeavors!
With heartfelt gratitude,
|Pioneersearcher||# 40745350 Mary Louthan Jackson|
Thank you for photographing & posting this marker.
From Dwayne Fink
A while back you sent me a series of obituaries of the Stelplugh family. They were cobbled together with others, several to a page. I have separated out the Stelplugh obits, putting them into *.jpg files. I have extracted some useful information for my Stelplugh genealogy records, and am thankful for that.
Now I wonder if they should be included in Find A Grave? Two ways to do it: I could add as a picture, or I could send the files to you (and the others who entered the people into Find A Grave)to add into the text portion. Some of the obits are of excellent quality, and some less so. I've played with them some to improve quality, and some respond; some less so.
I wonder if the newspaper source was given for these obits? I guess was a newspaper in Chillicothe? There were several down thru the yrs.
I'll send you my *.jpg files of the family members you entered into Find A Grave (separate email), and let you decide. They really are yours - not mine.
|goldenthreads||George Bender McClellan|
Thank you so much for adding Georgia. Way on down the line we are related...by many marriages and intermarriages...just glad you connected a missing piece. I really appreciate your efforts-:)
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