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|Benjamin Wheeler Ady IV||Lorraine Rice|
With regards Lorraine Rice, memorial number 53242860, on which I've made some suggested edits, I think a reasonable case can be made. I've put together a google doc with my case. You can have a look if you like.
Thanks for your amazing work photographing and entering memorials!
|roger bailey||James Sr. and Elcy Turner|
Hello, I've been working on the Turner cem for the last few years and have found Eliza Bailey's tombstone next to Elcy's. I believe they were sisters. If they are in your line I would like to here from you as I haven't been able to prove the connection to the Turners or Pendletons from Buckingham co. Va. Sincerely Roger Bailey
|Barbara Schmidt||#53004743 F.A. Price & #53004748 Wm H Price|
Hi, F.A. Price is my 2x grt grandmother, Frances Amanda Bryan was married to William Henry Price, my 2x grt grandfather. I am wondering about the dates (birth & death) especially for Frances. The death date of 11/25/1920 on Find-a-grave is the only death info I have been able to locate thus far. I just recently sent off to MD Archives using those dates for a death certificate & just received notification that they searched statewide county death indexes 1914-1923 as well as Baltimore City death index 1920 and didn't find any references to her.
Do you actually take photos of these grave stones and then use that info or did you get a list from the Centreville Town Hall folks? If you do have photos of both of these grave stones, I would love to see them posted, if possible. There are a number of Price's buried in Chesterfield Cemetery that you've added to F-A-G, so I'm curious if there is a "Price" section where many of these ancestors are buried together.
Also, I have also found that there were other children (and siblings of Mary A. Price & Herbert E Price): William B. Price 1860-1899; John Medford Price 1862-1941; Charles Roland Price 1864-1941; Frances Amanda Price 1865-1926 (my grt grandmother); Mordecai Myron Price 1870-1940; Bessie Price 1872-1960; Bertha E Price 1874-1940; Frank Thomas Price 1877-1953; and Blanche VanLeer Price 1880-1953).
Thank you for any info you can provide. Tracing many of these Price family ancestors has been challenging. Feel free to email me at email@example.com. Thanx! Barbara Schmidt
|Spaceman Spiff||Kathleen Brown|
Thanks very much!
I really appreciate it.
|Lisa MacFerren Minerd||Enoch Moffett|
Memorial #76270465. Can you tell me if his wife, Martha, is buried next to him?
|robert thompson||RE: Henry Lewis|
I'd be happy to manage Henry Coursey Lewis Jr gave
Find A Grave Memorial# 69145839
|boomergirl||James Paul Meredith|
Thank you so much for taking the time to add this photo at my request. I appreciate your work. Linda
|robert thompson||RE: Henry Lewis|
sur I will manage this one and the one for WOOLMAN HOPPER GIBSON
|Bonnie Bell||Charles M. Larrimore|
Hi John, I see where you created information for Richard T and Mary E. Mackey Larrimore. I have a death certificate for Charles M. Larrimore who died in a "Old Man's Home" in Philadelphia, PA. It lists his date of birth as March 17, 1863 and his age as 75 years, 8 months and 19 days. His father was Richard T. Larrimore and his mother was Mary Elizabeth Mackie. He was born in Centreville, Maryland. His burial was in Centreville, MD on 12/8/1938. He died 12/6/1938.
I am confused about his date of birth because the 1860 and 1870 Census with Richard T. Larrimore as head and Charles as his son age 6 and 15 respectively, makes his year of birth 1855. The obituary in the Daily Banner, Cambridge, MD says he was 83 years old. Could you find his tombstone and see if his date of birth is 1855 or 1863. The informant on the death certificate was the supervisor of the Old Man's Home. His sister, Mrs. Mina Sherman, was still living and may have provided his age to the local newspaper.
Thanks for your help.
Thank you so much for adding many of the Turner Cemetery graves. Was there over 15 years ago and had to take cutters and chop our way into the cemetery but was worth finding all the Turners, Winters and especially Irena A. Lawton (who I had a photo of her grave that her daughter had but had no idea where it was)! Thanks for keeping the memories alive.
Added by Dianna on Aug 27, 2014 8:02 PM
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