|Jeanne Jain (#46879938)|
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I am an amateur genealogist who is absolutely obsessed with old graveyards. Now that findagrave has become so popular, I am hoping that more people will help photograph old headstones before they are gone forever to the elements. I have been a procrastinator when it comes to posting my photos on findagrave, but I have made a New Year's resolution (2008) to post a few at a time until finished. However, I will probably never finish because I never stop photographing old graves!!!|
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|Walter H. Pack Family||RE: # 73247390 Elizabeth Marsh Pack|
I thank you for asking yes please transfer Elizabeth Pack to me. Appreciate all you have done very much.
|Greg Hetzler||Asa and Jershua Knapp Smith Transfers|
Thank you for the transfers, I appreciatte that very much.
For historical perspective I thought would insert a letter transcription from 1816 where Jershua's parentst were writting to her and her two other siblings.
Below is a letter that Joshua's mother wrote to her 3 children. Her mother was the wife of Daniel Knapp, a son of a Great grandfather Zadock. I was following the leads to see if I could find more about Zadock,
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Nicholas Knapp Genealogy
Letter from Daniel and Anna F-501.
A letter from Daniel and Anna to Asa and Jerusha (Knapp) Smith- Nathan and Sally (Knapp) Hanford Delliseanthe and Daraxa (Knapp) Benjamin from Franklin Co., Cochocton, Ohio,
"Charles lives with us. Aunt Mary Pury lives close by. Edward lives at Siresnbury? (if living) 50 miles away. He has consumption. Has lost oldest son, Daniel. Hannah and Betsey are married. Where is Anesath? We heard that she got to her uncle David's at Litchfield. Charles wants to come to see you this fall. I have some business to be done there. Have any of you heard from Rebecca? How are they at Bethlehem, if your grandmother is still living ? This is a good country for a poor man to get a living in, if he will work, for the earth yields bountifully of every kind of produce. The people are flocking in here from the eastern states and from Vermont, for it is very hard times in those parts and they must come to Egypt for corn. The country is good but the inhabitants are very bad, for they don't regard the laws of God nor man, for the Lord's day is made a day of pleasure; only where the New England people are settled and have Congregational churches is there the Lord's Day revered." Charles Aunt Mary Pury Edward Daniel. Hannah and Betsey are married. Where is Anesath? uncle David's at Litchfield Rebecca? your grandmother
Nicholas Knapp Genealogy Page 189 Letter from Daniel and Anna
|jerseygirl||RE: Family Reunion|
Hi Jeanne, I did some research on the Barna's I have in my tree on ancestry.com. I have Michael & Emma (O'Conner)Barna, Emma being Michael's 2nd wife. Unless she was previously married, I don't think they had any children together. Catherine Teston was Michael's 1st wife, and they had the following children, all now deceased: Margaret 1926-1987, Irene 1927-1983, Catherine 1929-2008, and William 1931-1986, who was a pastor. I haven't been able to find any info on the 3 daughters in regard to who they married, and I am assuming Rev William Barna never married. I don't know if this helps any, but that is all the info I have been able to find out about this branch of my father's side of the family. Anna Barna married my great uncle, Jack Wahl, so that is how I am related to the Barna's in my tree. I also did a web search on each of them, but that wasn't much help either. Sorry I can't help more. My cousin Bob may have some other info on them, as he is an exert on the family tree. If so, I will be glad to pass it along to you. Pam
hi, i am trying to locate my mother's tomb in puerto rico, i lost her 35 years ago her name is luz delia maldonado sanchez buried in cementerio los cipreses, bayamon...i dont know if you go that far, but just a request...also im looking into rakim ab'dul king in rosedale and rosehill cemetary in new jersey. thanks and god bless
Added by Mamita on Jun 14, 2012 9:58 PM
|Maureen Harrison Gelber||RE: Your welcome...|
Sorry, Jeanne, I thought the message was connected to the name. My ancestors were William Harrison and Mary Frazee (in Rahway Cemetery). I'm unlikely ever to get there, so these photos are a treasure. Thanks again!
|Maureen Harrison Gelber||Thank you!|
Thank you, Jeanne, for the photos of my ancestors' graves, and for all the wonderful work you're doing.
|Walter H. Pack Family||# 73247390 Elizabeth Marsh Pack|
Can you possibly transfer her grave to me please?
Thank you for all that you do in helping others. God Bless You.
|Fred Morris||SARAH TREMBLY|
I would appreciate it if you would add the following parents links for Sarah. Recompence and Margaret are my 5th great grandparents.
Recompence Stanbery #32969482
Margaret Wood Stanbery #40593509
Thanks, Fred Morris
|Donna Lee Wall||Phillip Smith|
Thank you for taking the time to take and post his tombstone picture. donna lee wall
|Michelle Noe||Thanks for the photo|
I truly appreciate the time you took to take this photo.
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