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My great passion is doing genealogy which I've done since the late 1980's and I love it. I found the "Findagrave" web site one day and was excited to know there was a place where people could enter information on thier families. What's even greater about it is the people that enter pictures and information about people they don't even know. It's a wonderful place. I'm a wife, mother and grandmother, hobbies are genealogy, photography and oil painting. There isn't enough time in the day to do all the things I enjoy doing. The photo above is my great-great grandfather's marker that is a 98 year old rock, it's in a church cemetery in KY. I was amazed that you could still read his name, H F Lad.|
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|Sandra Scott||Elmwood Cemetery, Wagoner, OK|
I wonder if I might have permission to use your photo of the Elmwood Cemetery for my family website. Please see http://beach-mcininch.com/beach/beach-cemeteries.html to see how I plan to use the photo. I will give you credit for the photo.
|roger shell||Michael Schell(1693-1769)|
Is there a reason you have a memorial for this man at the Old Goshenhoppen cemetery when there is a cenotaph for him and his youngest son John(1729-1777) at the New Goshenhoppen cemetery? The dates on the cenotaph are incorrect for Michael owing to confusion with a Michael Scholl,Sr. b~1675, and that Michael Schell's will was probated in 1770, but he died in Oct 1769. Also, you memorial says Michael remarried in 1815 well after he had died.
My research leads me to conclude that Michael was buried in the New Goshenhoppen cemetery near East Greenville, PA. I have records that show he lived in the area along with his sons Michael, Jr. and John. Michael, Jr. and John were prominent members at New Goshenhoppen. Michael, Sr. is mentioned only once in early NG records as witness to a baptism in 1731.
Please let me know if I have this wrong, or can give you more information.
|Red||RE: Tommy Odis Glidewell|
I would go with kin.
Added by Red on Jan 27, 2012 9:48 PM
Have you ever lived on Grand Lake, or related to Joseph Ladd & Betty Estes Ladd? thanks Gene Finney
|Bobbie Hays||Elisha and Onieda Ladd|
What a coincidence, my name is also Bobbie.
My great grandmother was Sarah Frances "Fannie" (Ladd) Wood, daughter of Elisha and Onieda (Goode) Ladd,
Would love to find more on the Ladds,I have info on all the Wood childred. My grand mother Vida Tula Elizabeth Wood, was a daughter of William Daniel and Sarah Frances Ladd.
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you Bobbie Hays
|PHYLLIS TICKLE WAGONER||JOHNSTON|
BOBBIE DO YOU HAVE A susan johston in your ancestry that married daniel elmo tickle son of john george that was buried in madiso farm cementary, ive been trying to find granpa daniel grave and granma susans also i know he was born in giles cty ,but dont know where he was buried and all my aunts and uncles on dads side are gone now,so have know one to ask. if you know ,i know mt grandma susan was j.c. johston bt thats all . thanks if you have any info phyllis tickle wagoner --email@example.com
|Ronald Estes||Estes families of America|
I have a facebook page for Estes Families of America as I now have over 100,000 Estes Families connected to Nicholas Estes b: 1495 in England.
I welcome all Esteses and their families to request me as a friend so to better find living relatives.
Thanks for editing his date of death. I wanted to be sure and get the right photo for the right soldier. Have a great week!
|Lynette Thompson||Thank You|
Thank You so much for taking the time to take the photo for me. I really appreciate it.
You're welcome. It was very easy to find.
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