It says in his life sketch he died at the age of 82 years, 7 months and 11 days. I have to leave to go to a grandsons birthday but his birth was not on the day he died but 11 days difference.So would that make his birth year 1815 or 1814?
Verl Allred Thank you for researching and adding Verl Allred's parents. I got off on the Titmus, Slagowski, Clark and Hysell families yesterday and did not get back to Mr. Allred. Appreciate all you do.
I have been rechecking the Stapleton/Staples line in England since many Gloucester parishes are now on Ancestry, and I was wondering if you have any idea where this 16 Jul 1848 'death' (actually probably burial) date comes from on the page for Ann Stapleton. This burial is not in the Redmarley parish records, though the one in 1821 for Henry Stapleton is.
The birth places listed for both Henry and Ann seem off as well, but if you have further info I do not there may be something I am missing. The Henry Stapleton Ann Taylor marriage is supposed to have happened at Claines, Worcestershire in 1793 but I havent been able to verify it. A Henry Stapleton/Ann couple had at least 2 children baptized there in the late 1790s so it is possible considering Claines is not far from Gloucester, Cheltenham, and other towns the Stapletons definitely lived in.
RE: Andrew and Anna Hansen Thompson Thank you so much for managing these memorials. There really is something amazing about maintaining a link with past generations! And thank you for transferring them to me. Sincerely,
RE: 54641728 Well, Lindquist is a perpetual care cemetery. If the family request, they will re-furbish the stone. Maybe that's what has happened. I dunno, I will remove my Wet photo, it doesn't have the look I want. As of your old photo, leave it. there are at least 3 open photo slots open for the family. They probably aren't even awawe of the Find A Grave website. We are an Unknown Army! I have developed a Find A Grave business card, I hand them out to people I find while I'm Gravin.