|Bea Lastowicka (#46808572)|
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20,015 Memorials Added
19,807 Memorials Managed
40 Volunteer Photos Taken
41 Virtual Flowers
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|Margot Cole||Margaret Hughes Dohn|
Hi Bea, I was reading the obit posted for Margaret Dohn #12106988 which you did in 2005. I was wondering if you could change the name of her first husband. I'm sure the mistake was in the original obit. Her first husband was Joseph Cole (1809-1868) not James Cole. He was also buried in Verona Cemetery. Your help is appreciated.
Thank you, Margot Cole
|Roger Grossenbacher||Memorial# 43367119 Freelove Ford|
Looking at the tombstone in formation, the death date of 1854 and age 77, indicates that this person was born about 1777. She cannot be Freelove Beal born in 1741 who married a Joseph Ford in Massachusetts in 1766.
|Pam Witherow||RE: Fanny and John Woodward In Lowelll Cemetery, Oneida County, New York.|
How kind and gracious of you to "give up" the Memorials you made for John and Fanny. They are a couple of the leaves on my family tree, with data given to my Mother by one of my cousins, that Mother passed on to me to put in my Family Tree Maker program. I can't take full credit for all the "footwork" done to gather the information, but I was grateful to have it to share with other family members looking for more family info. I want you to know I don't duplicate on purpose, anytime you find one that I may have as a duplicate, please let me know to share the data with "original" contributor, merge or delete. :-) I want to thank you for all you do for Find A Grave, it IS appreciated!! AND--I thank you for your gracious, kindness as well!!!
Respectfully, with best regards,
|Karen Dwyer||daughter Shed|
I noticed you posted several pictures on the Lowell, NY cemetery. Several years ago, I took a picture of "daughter Shed". I did put it on findagrave, but I can't read it now. By any chance do you have a picture of that stone which would be readable?
|Lee An||RE: Van Dyke|
Thank you for all you're doing for the Van Dykes. Actually am helping a friend with her roots, if I can persuade her to sign up here I'll let you know and they could be transferred to her as I, too, have no connection to them. Cheers, Lee
Added by Lee An on Jan 25, 2015 12:04 PM
|karen ||John Grot|
Hello, I am quite new to this Ancestry inquiries.
I see you found John's grave. Would you have any more information about him? Or could you maybe direct me to some?
Does a cemetery usually have any family information on file?
Thanks so much for any help you are able to give. I think what you have done is remarkable and I ,for one, am very grateful.
Added by karen on Dec 24, 2014 3:36 PM
|Kari Olson||John Frisbie /Infant Son|
Hi Bea, I just made a memorial and request for photo for John, the Infant son on the monument you photographed for Enos and Carrie. Perhaps you can just add the photo to his. Thanks so much.
|Kari Olson||Frisbie headstone photos.|
Hi, I would love to add these photos to my family tree on Ancestry.com with the photo credit to you of course. Please let me know if you object to this or to let me know how you would prefer the photo credit worded. Thanks so much.
(John Wilson Frisbie is one of them, his son Enos, etc. )
|branagak||RE: Beach, Lyman and Patty family|
Hey, cousin, it's the least I could do. Thank you for all your work on Find A Grave and elsewhere!
Added by branagak on Jun 14, 2014 5:19 AM
|Donna Davenport||Re your note,|
Dear Bea, I'm pleased that I found Lawrence Kirk's obit for you. I was interested in it because I had his daughter, Alice Kirk in my elementary school in Edmeston.
I haven't figured out how to use Fulton yet. I've slowly been working my way through several years of The Daily Star obituary archives online.
I add obits from the Butternut Valley to my blog so they are sorta all in one spot to for anyone to check.
In case you would like to check it out:
The surname list of all that I have posted is reposted the first of each month.
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