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Linda Berney (#47343179)
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RE: Margaret Singleton
I found her maiden name of Middleton from the death certificates of three of her children. The death certs of Thomas, Mary, and Anastasia all give Middleton as their mother's name.
Added by Candy on Jul 22, 2014 7:47 AM
Corcoran and St. Ambrose Cem.,
You did such an amazing job on the Corcoran family. Martin Corcoran was my grandfather. Are you related, if so I would love to learn whatever else you may have, especially on Catherine Middleton Corcoran, my gr grandmother wife of John.
Thank you,
Added by Val on Jul 17, 2014 11:06 AM
Bryan Vanshur
Charles Smith
Thank you for entering his info and accepting the edits. He was my great-grandfather's older brother. I'm working on uniting via Find A Grave one more sibling so as to make the family complete. :) Thanks again and have a great day.
Added by Bryan Vanshur on Jul 16, 2014 9:48 PM
Nanalee Wrenn
RE: Mary Cook
Mary Ann Medley
born: 28 Jun 1852 NC
Died: 23 Jan 1922

Married 04 Nov 1869 in Randolph County, NC William David Cook.

They had ten children.
They moved to Nebraska in about 1902

William David Cook was born:Nov 1847 NC and died Abt. 1903, possibly violently.

Mary Ann remarried Henry A. Mendel 03 Mar 1904 in Fullerton, Nance County, Nebraska. I don't have his dates but evidently Mary Ann was buried with her first husband.
Added by Nanalee Wrenn on Mar 27, 2014 3:51 AM
Kathy Burr
RE: Pics
All 4 cemeteries were not fully recorded on Find A Grave, so if u hav more obits, but couldnt find the deceased, mayb they've been added now - Hamm had 11 when I started, now 35, Danish Luth 38, now 82 - havent figured out the numbers for Elba, but I added A LOT!! Nysted was pretty well recorded but I did add many more....
if you're keeping a list, I have completely photographed and loaded these Howard Co cems.:
Mt Carmel
St Wenceslaus
St Josephs
Czech Cem
Danish Luth

Kay has completely done St Anthony and I think others - she and I are working together so we don't duplicate - had a lovely lunch with her while I was in NE- pls contact her to confirm her completions...
:) k

All Find A Grave Sherman Co cems. done! :) k

Added by Kathy Burr on Jul 02, 2013 5:00 PM
Long & Stewart Family
If you are interested - I would love to share notes on the Long & Stewart family. I have been researching this family group for about 10 years. I descend from Amos Long's daughter Pearl Long Brooks. I have some thoughts on the Stewart family that is so connected to the Longs.
Diana Bryson-Brooks
I had originally put Amos' obit on Find A Grave and I got in trouble for it - the "lady" that had a fit is no longer with Find A Grave - they kicked her off... I still walk on eggshell though!

I have family pictures and all sorts of documentation on Amos.
Added by junomyth on Jul 06, 2012 9:56 AM
Dorothy K Whitt
RE: Carlson's
Your memorial #60848972 inspired me to write the following:


This picture was taken and treasured by the couple in it, but they never put their name on the back, because they knew who they were. The next generation inherited the picture, again they knew it was their parents and would be able to tell their children who it was, and didn't label it. The generations would come and go finally someone put his name on the back of the picture, but not his wife's. A secure spot was always kept for the treasured picture, but by this time the picture would be carefully taken out of the box of pictures, looked at and said, "WHO IS THIS" because no one knew where they fit into the family, and the picture was carefully put back into the box to be handed down again.
Until today, because of the excellent work that everyone puts into the website "FIND A GRAVE" I now have a place to put the picture. All the pieces to the family puzzle are fitting together and my small family is becoming a large extended family.
Continue to keep this site up and running because we tend to loose our family these days with everyone living all over the world, because of your site and "The Computer Age" we can now become a family again.
The saying "WHO IS THIS" is no more, our families are being remembered with information and pictures and we can go visit them to leave a few nice words and flowers. I believe our ancestors are very pleased with their families for recognizing them and keeping them with us by putting them on "FIND A GRAVE". Their blood will always run through our veins, which keeps them living forever through all of us long after their death.

Dorothy K. Whitt
Added by Dorothy K Whitt on Jun 28, 2012 1:00 PM
Mike Ohio
RE: George Stratton
The cemetery records indicated that there was a GAR Marker at one time and listed his unit. I put the information at the bottom of the descriptions for the photo.

I have a large reference book that lists the cemetery and detailed location of every grave site in Huron Co. up to the mid 1990s. It was very easy to find them. Unfortunately, the book is not on line, but the index is. If you see a name you are interested in, you can send me the name and page number and I can look it up and tell which cemetery and location of the site and get a photo if needed. It lists everything inscribed on the head stone. The link is below:

As to obituaries, our local Historical Society has thousands, but unfortunately only for our immediate locale in Erie County and not any in Huron Co. Obituaries, if available for the whole state can be obtained from the Hayes Museum. They can be ordered from there at the local libraries if available. The link is below:

Another helpful link for information is below:

You may already be familiar with some or all of these sites. I use them quite extensively.
Added by Mike Ohio on Jun 23, 2012 5:42 AM

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