|Trim Rolla (#47974133)|
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Finding Graves in Western Massachusetts and along any trails I am hiking.|
Using FamilySearch.org, FindAGrave.com, and TribalPages.com to try to get a complete family history. Following in the footsteps of my grandparents, who through their 50 years of genealogy research, were able to get our family tree back to the 1300's.
Feel free to message me with questions, or to request your family member's memorial.
I welcome edits! I am only human, so if you see that I have goofed on something, feel free to send me an edit, and I will fix it as soon as I can. Thank you for being polite! It is so rare nowadays.
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|Derek Wood||Alexander Conkey gravestone photo|
Hi there! Just a quick heads-up: your gravestone photo on the memorial page of my 6th great-grandfather Alexander Conkey (1721-?) is not his gravestone. Your photo is the gravestone of a different Alexander Conkey -- a nephew of my ancestor Alexander. Very easy mistake to make, since (as I'm finding out) the Conkeys kept giving their kids the same names for generation after generation.
The url of the memorial from which the photo should be removed is http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=83591407
The memorial page of the Alexander whose gravestone is shown in the photo is http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=65599071, if you want to upload it there.
Thanks for all your contributions to Find A Grave!
Los Angeles, CA
|Nancy57||Alicia Willodean Webb|
Willodean is still alive and well. You can probably get her phone number from the Thomasville (Clarke county) Alabama phone book and speak to her personally about your shared family history.
Added by Nancy57 on May 02, 2016 7:33 AM
My name is Jodi and my dad is Charles Roy. My grandma was Mary Rolla Roy Sczygiel. I see you maintain many a Rolla site so I thought I would say hello. I've been researching on ancestry and am glad to have found this site. We especially loved the memorial on Grandpa Wladyslaw's page - thank you so much.
Dad and I would love to hear from you.
Glad to have helped :)
|Carol Ballard||RE: Webb|
|B.J. Waters||Robert Webb photo request.|
Hello! I am about to fulfill your photo request but unfortunately, the grave is unmarked. I placed some artificial flowers on the spot where the grave is, to take a photo of the area.
Woodlawn is one of the oldest cemeteries in Los Angeles County, and there are a lot of unmarked graves.
I am sorry this was not a more positive outcome. I am always disappointed when there is no marker.
|Bill DeFlorio||RE: Stearns|
You're very welcome!
|Sandra Black Duffy||# 114161307|
Hello! I was looking at your information on Abailbon Carter and his wife, Thankful Paige. Their son Charles P Carter was married to Cornelia Bagg and then to someone named Susan. She only made the 1870 census with their two children and then he appeared to be a widower in 1880. My question is - are you sure Susan P Carter is Abailbon and Thankful's daughter or could it be Charles's wife?
Thanks for your reply,
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||RE: Secore|
|Florence Lites||Laura Ethel Crockett Fulton Pontbriand|
I am trying to locate where my grandmother Laura Ethel Crockett is buried. She was born in Nova Scotia Canada 22 October 1881 and married Walter Fulton 8 October 1900. After Walter died she moved to the United States. She married Romeo Joseph Pontbriand. Romeo Pontbriand and his first wife Olivine M. Boucher are buried in Saint Mary Cemetery, Northampton County, Massachusetts, USA. I do not know if Laura was buried in Saint Mary Cemetery. She died 21 April 1959. Any help with locating her gravesite would be greatly appreciated.
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