|Dianne Gibson (#47016271)|
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|Ann in Kalamazoo||Helmkey|
Diane, thank you so much for the photos of my 3rd Gr.Grandparents headstone. Your work is greatly appreciated.
|Sharon Fulton||Lola Forsyth Hoover|
Thanks for much for providing all these photos! Your time and effort is really appreciated!
|David Brimson||Richard Brimson|
Hi Dianne, Thanks very much for trying to find the grave of Richard Brimson. I now beleive that the headstone may have fallen over & sunk into the the ground. I think his wife, Hannah is also buried in the same grave too. Thanks for trying again. If you ever find any Brimson graves will you think of me as I am researching worldwide. After the UK & Australia Canada is the next largest with Brimson's even though it's a very rare name....Cheers....David
|Bill Craig||RE: Margaret & John Campell|
I thought that might be the case. Maybe there is no stone or it's buried if it's flat. I appreciate you looking. You don't need to go back, I know how difficult these can be.
Thanks again Bill
|Angels Chattering||James & Sarah Gray at Stouffville|
Thank you so much for taking and posting these pictures.
I certainly appreciate this!
|Bill Craig||Margaret & John Campell|
Thanks for your effort to find my family members. There is something that doesn't fit, you said you were looking for a Richard Brimson ?
I do not have the plots for the Campell's but I'll check around.
|JMB||RE: john thomas herbert|
Thank you very much for your reply to my query.
John Thomas is my gt.gt.uncle. Thomas & Mary Ann's other son Job Herbert (1866-1929)was my great grandfather, & his son William Frederick Herbert was my grandfather. William & Elizabeth (Knapp) were my 3xgt.grandparents.
I have a tree with some photos (including the grave)on Ancestry. Are you a member of Ancestry? I could invite you to see my tree if you'd like.
I think those of us with Herbert Ancestry in Countesthorpe have lots of connections to the various families, so it gets complicated!
Have you done a lot of research on them?
Thank you for the offer of a photo of the grave. I have seen the one you put on this site, if it's that one. I have put my own photo of the grave on my Ancestry tree.
Looks as though John Thomas might remain a mystery after all!
Added by JMB on Apr 17, 2013 2:43 PM
|JMB||john thomas herbert|
I notice your interest in John Thomas Herbert who died in Delhi, India, but is buried in Countesthorpe, Leicestershire, England, with his parents Thomas & Mary Ann Herbert.
I am a relative, & wondered if you are too? I haven't been able to find out why he was in India - do you know?
Added by JMB on Apr 13, 2013 12:49 PM
|Jean||Emma Jane White's gravesight|
Many thanks for finding my mother's gravesight and sending photos of it to my wife and me.
Being the only member of my family still living, the photos are especially appreciated, and I'm now in the process of making this family link available to five generations of my mother's family.
My father, William Horace White, (10/30/1892 to
1/30/1944)is buried in an unmarked grave in the World War 1 veterans plot in the Newmarket cemetery. Would you have any information as to whom I might contact there for further information? It has been a long-time hope that I might some day arrange for my parents to be together in their last resting place.
Once again Ms. Gibson, I thank you for your kind help, and I hope I might hear further from you re my father.
Peter J. White
Added by Jean on Feb 10, 2013 8:30 PM
|jhculbert||RE: Eliheu Hall|
Thanks, but I'm not a descendant, only a Culbert researcher who found that page. Thanks for your hard work!
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