|Janneane Veger||Eliza Roberts #67440811|
According to previous cemetery readings, Eliza's marker is the fallen white one in the foreground. It is either sunk too far in the ground or too heavy for me to turn it to find a name on it. The base of her stone is to the left of the blue-gray one. Does that clear things up?
I was going to but it is already there. I must have done it earlier because I think when you made the request for her, you asked about him and I went ahead and did it.
Added by bluelady on Aug 06, 2013 6:50 PM
I saw the photo was already there when I typed in the number.
Added by bluelady on Aug 06, 2013 5:17 PM
I put in a lot of photos today. Who is it you want me to add this to? Thanks.
Added by bluelady on Aug 06, 2013 3:38 PM
|CopeSullivan||RE: Hannah Randall|
I was happy to take the picture... love a "field trip" to surrounding town's cemeteries. Glad to have helped.
You are welcome. It is a privilege to honor our forefathers by photographing their memorials. I will return in warmer weather and attempt to make the Beers' tombstones more presentable.
|Don Short||Lewis Beers|
Transfer complete. I also sent you his wife to keep them together. Regards....Don
|Don Short||Elizabeth Beers|
Susan: Transfer complete; You may wish to link her husband to his parents. Memorial numbers are listed in the E-mail I sent you. Regards...Don Short
|Christine||RE: Ancestors (Hall follow up)|
LOL - me too! He's my 10th great-grandfather. Funny enough, my dad's side descends from his son Matthew Fuller, and my mum from his other son, Samuel Fuller!
Take care cousin!
|Christine||RE: Ezra Hall DOB 5 Dec 1761|
Hi Susan. Sorry it's taken so long to respond!!
You asked how I am related to Ezra Hall. He's my 5th great-granduncle. His parents, Capt. Jabez Hall (abt 1720-1776) and Hannah Lyon (1726-1807) are my 6th great-grandparents. I descend from their son, Gershom Hall (1743/4-1830).
How about you?
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