Ellen (Perry) Beaman RA, Very nice that you've added some information to her bio. I looked around for her parents; did not find them in findagrave but did find them in the 1910 U.S. Census in Calaveras with 6 children (five girls and one boy). Ellen was the eldest child in the census, then age 12. Also found Ellen Beaman's grandparents who are both on findagrave and in the 1900 U.S. Census living in Calaveras County, CA. I jotted a few notes down and submitted to the person managing the memorial for the McCormicks which you may want to use in some fashion:
Mark McCormick and his wife Ellen can be found in the 1900 U.S. Census (Calaveras, CA). They married in Calaveras County 11/9/1885. Mark McCormick (born in New York) was over 20 years older than Ellen. By 1910 Ellen McCormick (born in Arkansas) was a widow and Head of the household with her daughter Anna Perry and son in law William H. Perry along with 6 grandchildren. The oldest grandchild, Ellen, was likely named after her. The grandchildren (of Mark and Ellen McCormick) were Ellen (age 12); Ethel (age 10); Vera (age 4); Martha (age 3) and John W. Perry (age 1).
Mark McCormick #18002226 Ellen McCormick #106178678
Look Family My great Uncle married a Lucille Look. He was Guy A. Campbell and they lived and worked in Farmington Me. No children. Just curious to see if Aunt Lucille was related to you. firstname.lastname@example.org
Charlotte Whitney Please link the memorial I created for my grandmother, Charlotte Whitney, memorial # 153163945, to her parents' memorial Josiah N. Whitney Jr and Josephine L Whitney. I believe you created her parents' memorials, correct? I just spent a week in Washington County walking the cemeteries & taking photos. Some I posted on Facebook. I have a very large family tree database. It is not published on Ancestry.com but I can make it available as a GEDCOM file. Thanks.