|J. Binder (#47255529)|
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|I am so grateful for those who have shared information and photos with me during my years of research, and I am happy to do the same. Regarding photos I have uploaded to FindaGrave, I would appreciate you asking permission to copy and use my photos; I will most likely allow you to use them for any noncommercial purpose. But as a courtesy, please ask. |
I'm happy to transfer memorials for individuals who are not in my family, so do not hesitate to ask. I will consider requests from any family member, not just those specified in the FindAGrave guidelines, as I believe memorials are best maintained by family.
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|catonlocke123||Anna Louisa Leeman Kennedy|
I noticed that there are two memorials for Anna (aka Annie) Leeman. Was is for Anna and one for Annie, who are the same person. #118728368 and #118728457. Would you consider merging them or deleting one? Thanks in advance!
Jill, would you mind to transfer Denese's memorial to me? I have some pictures I want to add.
|Mary Helen Smith||BINDER/WINGERTSZAHN FAMILIES|
Hi! I am a relative through the Wingertszahn family tree (Regina was aunt but we come from different grand parents). I am creating a Wingerszahn family tree book thru ancestry.com under MyCanvas. I has been desperately seeking photographs for Art and Regina's children: Mary Binder Ringler, Arthur Binder Jr, and Regis Binder. Is there a way you can help me? thx
Mary Helen Smith
|William Binder||Charles Binder|
Requesting that Charles Binder (101659949) be transferred to me. I am his only surviving grandchild.
William F. Binder
|KaysRoots||Aswer to your suggestion|
Jill: I received your suggestion concerning my William Jackson Grady (#21397853)in which you stated "According to the War of 1812 Pension Application of his widow Elvira Elizabeth Grady Long, (based on her subsequent marriage to Henry Long), she was married to an A. J. Grady. He died July 28, 1862. Is A. J. Grady your William Jackson Grady?"
My Answer: According to census, my William Jackson Grady was born about 1819 so I do not believe that he could have been in the War of 1812. I searched for the above mentioned pension and did not find such.
I did find a William Grady who received Bounty Land in Alabama from serving in the War of 1812. It lists his wife as Elizabeth Collins. Could this be who you were referring to?
|Luella Hinrichsen||Katherine Binder|
That would be wonderful to have the obit!
|Cathy Leary||Aisle Payne Heflin|
I am curious about any record that you have found placing Aisle Payne Heflin in Grassy Lick Cemetery. Last fall I was at the cemetery, and sadly the really old gravestones are all gone (if they ever had stones). Is there some other list out there of the old Grassy Lick burials?
|catonlocke123||RE: Beatrice Farrand Maki|
|Ann||RE: Seth Curtis|
Actually I had seen the SAR and DAR (I'm a member of the latter) listings, however there had to be some proof of service offered that would have allowed them to be accepted into those organizations and that's what I'm looking for. There is a Seth Curtis, son of Medad and Welthy, b. 1761 in Falls Village and lived in Canaan and I'm trying to determine if this actually should be the Seth credited with the service since the Seth in the Am. Rev. records list the Seth Curtis as from Canaan. The Seth (who spelled it Curtice) was actually born in Danbury and died in Sharon. So it's the puzzle of which Seth Curtis should be awarded the credit of service that I'm trying to solve. The DAR application was submitted in 1983 - I have a copy of the supporting docs but there's no proof in service included. I'm going to get a copy of the app itself to see if it's there, but there was only one Seth Curtis who is a candidate - which one is the big question.
Thanks for your time. I'm in GA and can't personally look at records, so all that is available to me in online.
If you should come across any other proof, I'd love to see it. Thanks again.
Added by Ann on Feb 13, 2015 11:51 AM
Can you tell me where the information came from that proved his service in the Revolution? In other words, what proves it was this "Seth Curtis" who served and not a different Seth? Is it on his headstone? I see the documentation, however there was a different Seth who lived in Canaan, born in Falls Village, whereas this Seth was born in Danbury. I'm trying to determine if the service is attributed to the correct person. Thanks.
East Street Cemetery, Sharon CT
Memorial # 118661221
Added by Ann on Feb 12, 2015 10:19 PM
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