|Harvey Bell||RE: VanEtten|
You're welcome. Anthony and Catherine are on the same stone; front and back. Also added two photos for VanEttens that were next to their monument: Jessie and Mercy.
|Michael Gompert||Walter Emil Frey and Gladys Strey|
Thank you for the email, I have made the change and it should be correct now. Thanks again.
I recently added Matilda's parents if you would please link her to them John#100897106 and Nancy #100897261.
Added by amy on Feb 18, 2013 9:36 AM
|Melissa Kearsley||John Darwin Chase|
John Darwin Chase had another son with Priscilla McHenry Chase. He was an older than James McHenry and was named Amos. He stayed with his father when his mother left with James, who was a baby at the time.
Ray, I concur with Judy. The oldest burial for this cemetery in Find A Grave is 1981. Anita McColm has requested a picture of Daniel's gravestone but most likely it won't be found in this cemetery. Beau
Added by Beau on Mar 01, 2012 4:00 PM
|Judy Hynes||Daniel Edwards|
Coventry Cemetery is fairly new. It would seem to me, being an early burial, that he is more likely buried in Nathan Hale Cemetery.
|klassikat||oops - Martha Johnson|
Hello, I believe the Martha Johnson you are looking for is memorial number 14351270. There is a picture of her and her headstone and she is buried in the Basalt Cemetery, Basalt, Bingham County ID. She is the wife of Seth Johnson according to the marker. Hope that helps.
|Bob Hamlin||Brazliah King|
Ray, I plan to return to the Carmichael Cemetery and do some more searching. I was wrong about the dates, they do not match. I was surprised to see a name so similar.
|Don DeCamp||James M Caldwell|
Ray: We went out to Dry Fork Cemetery and found James M Caldwell gravesight. The date on the marker does not quite match yours, however, the marker is relatively new (and damaged, as well). We will add all the other "Caldwell's" that we found out there in the next few days.
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