|Jeran Farley (#47144024)|
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I am very interested in my family history and my wife's family history. I have relatives buried in Riverton, South Jordan, Herriman, Ogden, Bountiful, Murray, Sandy, Willard, and Salt Lake City Utah. I have visited Massachusetts and Rhode Island and found the graves of some of my pilgrim ancestors. I also have ancestors buried in Idaho, Kentucky, Nebraska, Wyoming, Illinois, Ohio, California, New Jersey, and Maine. Besides the U.S., I have many ancestors buried in England and The Netherlands. I'd really love the chance to visit all of these graves some day. The main surnames in my ancestry are: Farley, Doty, Eastman, Bills, Stone, Cordon, Kranendonk, Koelemeyer, Cole, McCarty, Crane, Butterfield, Atkinson, and Lewis.|
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|mandalyn05||RE: Sarah Fenley Merrell|
Ok, since you're family, keep them lol. I come from her son Francis Merrell, his daughter Vara Merrell Riggs, her daughter Mary Elizabeth 'Beth' Riggs, her daughter Alexis Ross, and her daughter (my mother) Sheila King. If you have any photos of the family that you could possibly send me, I would really appreciate it [firstname.lastname@example.org] or [email@example.com]
|history4sure||Cordon infant sons|
Hi Jeran: Wanted to let you know I have added gravestone photos for Herbert Horace's babies graves at Willard: 68501128, 68500856 & 68500991. The one for Ronald was dislodged and on it's face, so if you are related, someone in the family may want to check it out. May not survive otherwise. ~Shirleen
|mandalyn05||Sarah Fenley Merrell|
Hi. I just sent you a message to see if you could transfer the memorial page of Charles Merrell to me. I would also like to request his wife, Sarah Fenley Merrell, be transferred to me, as she was my great-great-great-great grandmother. Thank you.
Hello. I was wondering if you could possibly transfer the memorial for Charles Merrell, #60292551, to me. He was my great-great-great-great grandfather. Thank you very much.
|Chris Mills||Mary Reedall etc.|
It is interesting that the paper records show her last married name but the marker shows the prior married name -- maybe she married the last husband later in life and had no children with him so she wanted her prior married name on the marker ...
|Kathy Salazar||RE: Cora Belle Reedall|
It was my pleasure. The cemetery office had mispelled Cora's name so everything is straight now and she appears correctly on their burial locator. Quite a treasury hunt for Aunt Belle!
|Juliebuckaroo||John Cole 1821|
Please contact me... jbuckosbs@gmail.... I have spent that last year researching John Cole, his wives and children and his parents. I have very clear evidence that his Mothers name is reported incorrectly (I think I know where they went wrong ) but need to correct that information on as many published sites as possible. According to his fathers marriage record the wife (and thus Johns Mother ) was named Ann Dorset, not Ann Fenner. The whole long story is available if you want my sources and the WHOLE story.
Also, I have evidence of a baby son being buried next to John. That information is also available if someone would like to create that record on FindaGrave.
|Bill E. Doman||Briggs|
Hi: I have transferred this memorial to you since you are a relative. You can then update. Have a good day.
I have added the info however the birth city and county I was wondering if you could confirm that for me? I show a Boyd and a Madison in Wisconsin but they are in separate counties. Madison is in Dane county and Boyd is in Chippewa.
Added by Anne on Mar 26, 2012 7:26 PM
|Margo Nay||William Goble Bird|
Thank you for trying to get a picture of the headstone. I looked up a map and realized he is just one plot over from his son, which also means the empty plot between his son and him could be his first wife. Genealogy, got to love it, so confusing. Well work to be done and headstones to be made then ;) Thanks for your effort.
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