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I am visiting my family cemeteries, adding them to findagrave when they aren't listed, adding pictures, finding family listed when I didn't know where they were buried, and requesting pictures when the cemeteries are too far away for me to get to. I am also linking immediate family therebye connecting each tombstone with family.|
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|Tony M.||Christian Leslie, Dowager viscountess of Montrose|
You have Christian Graham (nee Leslie) as being buried at Saint Kattens Church Scotland. How certain or what proof do you have for this? Other records show her as being buried at the Abbey Church in Edinburgh in 1710. The Mausoleum at Saint Kattens was built for the Duke, James Graham- her son. You may be getting confused with the Duke's wife - Christian
Added by Tony M. on Jan 07, 2017 5:32 PM
|Rodney Shortt||Find A Grave Memorial# 88020756 and # 88020833|
I'm wondering where you came up with the idea that Harden Owens' wives are buried at Big Branch? I've researched the Owens family for over 20 years and I can guarantee you that neither Harden or either of his wives are buried in the Big Branch Cemetery. Which, by the way, there's no such cemetery as the Big Branch Cemetery in Buchanan County, Virginia. Please do your part in helping fellow researchers out by removing all the incorrect information you have for Harden's wives. Wrong information is worse than no information. Please check by bio if you need credentials. Oh, by the way, Harden and Rebecca Owens are buried in Bear Branch.
|mitzi gail||catherine call and her husband|
i was doing family research and got very deep into it, i saw your name and had added catherine kahl or call. she was my 5th or 6th great grandmother. it was so good to see my cooper heritage and that we were originally keiffers) wow. catherine her 3rd or 4th great grandaughter was my grandmother paternal side mary elizabeth cooper rexroat huckaby in russell springs ky. she died when i was 14 yrs old she was 94 yrs old i added her photo to find a grave also. she is under mary elizabeth cooper rexroat she did marry willie huckaby her dad was austin emerson cooper then his dad was thomas jackson cooper sr whose dad was henry cooper and his dad was abrham or george that led then to catherine's husband. that is how we are related. so interesting i added a flower for both or a offering on this site. thank you sincerly mitzi rexroat daughter of the late oris rexroat grandaughter of mary elizabeth cooper rexroat huckaby
|susan gunning||Lady Lilas Ruthen Drummond|
From what is posted on Find a Grave am I right in thinking that the burial place for this lady is unknown?
|Harry Senft||Johan George Pfleiger|
Please remove my headstone picture of Johan George Pfleiger memorial #42056436
|Joyce Snell||Ottie Brazeel|
I believe that I contacted you some time ago regarding Ottie and the Braziel family. Refresh my memory as to how you are related to Ottie and the Braziel family - as you posted a photo of Ottie with his family.
|LF||John and Mary Ferguson|
You have John and Mary Ferguson in the wrong cemetery. They are at Hopewell Hebron, down the road from Clinton cemetery. I already put memorials for them at Hopewell Hebron along with photos of their stones.
Added by LF on Nov 07, 2015 1:04 AM
|rochlin||William Graham 1st earl of montrose|
You have the incorrect mother for Patrick Graham-- Janet edmonson was dead in 1506. He was born in 1509-- here is the history from Wikipedia:
William Graham 1st Earl of Montrose married first (on 25 November 1479) Annabel Drummond, one of the five daughters of John Drummond, 1st Lord Drummond, secondly Janet Edmonstone, daughter of Sir Archibald Edmonstone of Duntreath and thirdly Christian Wawane of Seggie, in Fife, the widow of Patrick Haliburton, 5th Lord Haliburton.
By his first wife, Montrose had:
##William Graham, 2nd Earl of Montrose
##Walter Graham, of Little Cairnie.
By his third wife, Montrose had a further son, Patrick Graham of Inchbraikie (grandfather of Bishop George Graham), to which lands Patrick received a charter from his father on 20 June 1513.
William Graham 1st earl of Montrose also had three daughters:
##Helen Graham, who married (dispensation 13 July 1509) Humphrey Colquhoun, Younger of Luss
##Nicolas Graham (a daughter of Graham's second marriage), who married (11 February 1504) John Moray, 6th of Abercairney
##Elizabeth Graham (a daughter of Graham's second marriage), who married (February 1514) Walter Drummond, Master of Drummond, the grandson of John Drummond, 1st Lord Drummond
##Margaret Graham (a daughter of Graham's second marriage), who married (contract 10 July 1510) Sir John Somerville of Cambusnethan
##Jean Graham, who married David Graham, 3rd of Fintry.
Added by rochlin on Jun 10, 2015 12:04 PM
|email@example.com||Hans Leonhardt Küfer Memorial # 49814595|
I just sent you an email with information showing that one of the sons you show for Hans may not be correct - Abraham Kieffer (Memorial # 6290021). I included documentation from immigration documents that Abraham's full name was Abraham Kieffer Jr, which would seem to indicate that Abrahan's father was also named Abraham.
I have contacted the contributor of Abraham's site with the same information.
Just something for you to consider. Thanks for all of your hard work on findagrave!
Susan Nixon Shirey
|curtis ortega||Heinrich Kauffer|
I am a descendant of Heinrich Kauffer. He migrated here in 1739 on the ship Loyal Judith. He founded a German Christian Church and fought in the Revolutionary War. He changed the spelling of his last name to Kifer which is unique because most people spelled it Keifer. I have seen literature that shows name changes from Kauffer to Cooper due to the direct translation to English. It is all very interesting. Here is a link to a lineage chart that shows my great grandparent Scott M Kifer and his brothers with birth years and death years listed. Many people might find their descendants on here, too:
Although I do not know who created that link, I am happy they did! :D
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