|Z Hunter (#47056857)|
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Am a retired psychologist who worked in the field of family unification.|
Have been heavily into genealogy for the past 21 years and have done cemetery transcriptions in the neighboring county during that time. I also have traveled throughout our nation obtaining data on obscure burials.
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I had no clue that a relative from Finland was buried in Washington state. My last remaining uncle recently died and I am just starting to learn about my family in Finland after going through my uncle's old letters. Facebook has been a gift in reaching out to my newly found relatives.
We plan a trip to the South Bend Cemetery this coming weekend and wonder how difficult it will be to locate August's grave. Any help you can give would be appreciated. We will be driving down from Port Townsend. Thanks for doing this for all the families trying to piece together their past. RIP August Nordman
Added by Jan on Mar 31, 2014 10:00 AM
|Kid From Point||Thanks!|
I appreciate having Sarah LINKed to the family. Thank you so much!
|Kid From Point||Would you add family LINKs|
I'm trying to reconnect my family via Find A Grave. Sarah Elenor (Shreve) Dillon #63521260 was my Great great Aunt.
If you could LINK Sarah to her parents, I would be greatful.
Father Caleb Shreve 7856254
Mother Naomi (Jennings) Shreve 7856318
Wisconsin Marriages, 1836-1930
Groom's Name Francesco Dillon
Groom's Birthplace Muscatun Co, Iowa
Bride's Name Sarah Elenor
Marriage Date 01 Oct 1871
Marriage Place Greenwood, Vernon, Wisconsin
Groom's Father's Name Jeremiah Dillon
Groom's Mother's Name Rosey Ann Dillon
Bride's Father's Name Calb Shreve
Bride's Mother's Name Norma Shreve
Groom's Race White
Bride's Race White
Indexing Project (Batch) Number M00337-7
System Origin Wisconsin-EASy
Source Film Number 1275579
Reference Number 189
Source Film Number 1276050
Reference Number it 1, cn 2903
|Jenny E.||RE: Elizabeth Dudley|
You're welcome! I photographed all of the markers that were in that lot that didn't already have photos posted. I also created a memorial for Winston Mansfield Dudley 1912-1973.There was a marker for him in that lot but couldn't find a memorial for him on this site. If you are family, I would be glad to transfer to you, if you'd like.
Added by Jenny E. on Aug 15, 2013 6:27 AM
|Bob Collins||Charles Hamlin Blake in Green-Wood|
Good news. I have found Charles Hamlin Blake and many of the individuals named in the bio on his page. The problem I had was solved when I realized that he was listed in the cemetery's burial database not as Charles Blake--but as Hamlin Blake, buried July 25 1901. I am about to upload the grave photos--but there are no stones. The Blakes are entombed in an impressive mausoleum. Blakes there are (with burial dates):
Alice, 9/23/1882; Ames C, 10/14/1874; Rev, James (ashes), 6/21/1926; Charles Dudley, 8/15/1883; Elizabeth D, 2/6/1885; Frederick D, 3/27/1905; Hamlin (Charles Hamlin), 7/25/1901; Helen, 7/19/1955; Lyman Dexter, 2/13/1854; Mary E, 12/28/1917; and William E, 12/28/1858.
|Carol (Henry) Edge||Minnie Pippen|
Is this Pippen the "M E" that is the mother of Gertie and John? She's not connected to any of them, even J R, her husband.
I'm trying to put people together. :-D
|Carol (Henry) Edge||Pippen family|
Hi! I got a picture of Gertie and Samuel's graves plus I found a real old one of JR (Joseph R) Pippen's grave. I took some pictures and spliced them together so you can see where they are in relationship to each other. You will notice many "baby graves" close to Samuel. They are not inscribed, that I can tell. Those may be where Minnie and Sarah are buried. I couldn't find Louisa...yet. I'm going to go back and look again. I'll also look harder for the two children, too. I'm in the process of uploading what I've done. I hope this helps. :-)
Thank you for the family information, I have
added it to his bio. I'm a family member through
Added by Phyllis on Nov 06, 2012 6:29 PM
|Jean Ann Purdom McAlister||Henry Goodnight 1758-aft Mar 1845|
It appears after reading the names of Goodnight Cemetery, in Purdy, that Henry Goodnight's body was brought from Giles, Tenn to Purdy, is that correct?
Henry is also my 4th great grandfather, and I have spent more than 25 years looking for the family. In Giles Tenn, in 1832 and 1840 Henry is still there, but I can't find Elizabeth Chisholm Goodnight after 1820 in Giles.
Nor have I found a family 1830 Census for she or Henry, leaving me to believe they are living with one of the children.
But I do have a cope of the military pension Henry was given for serving in the Revolutionary War, showing he recieved payment from Sep 1836 through Mar 1845 -- and no mention Elizabeth trying to have the pension sent to her. Would love to hear from you and your thoughts. My full family tree in public on Ancestry.com under the Purdom name. Any research that is helpful to you, please use, any difference, would love to hear about it. There is a disagreement about the relatives of Elizabeth Chisholm, and am still working on that. Thanks in advance for your help.
(Jean) Ann (Purdom) McAlister
|Patrick Egan||RE: Increase Blake|
I'm glad I could get this one for you and your family. It was an interesting discovery. The folks at the Essex Co. Historical had no record of his gravestone at that particular cemetery...but, with a name like Increase, I had to do whatever I could to locate him. Peace, Pat Egan
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