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|Sharon B.||FindAGrave #49253898|
Thanks for a grandfather's grave picture from Arlington. We wrote them over the years about this grandfather and they said he was not there.
Thanks to your picture and FindAGrave, we were able to find him. There was a spelling error in his first name - from an S. to an L. - turning his name from Sadowsky to Ladowsky McFarland.
The military was consistent with his name through all the years until after he left the Old Soldier's Home in D.C. and buried in Arlington. You picture made it possible to see with out own eyes why they couldn't find grandpa. They had another error on his grave, saying he served in the Spanish American War, which he didn't. Oh, well. :)
Anyway, wanted to thank you for your efforts and talent.
|Sarah Stout||Hedley tombstone|
Thanks so much for posting the photo of William Headley and Catherine H. I was interested in where you recieved her maiden name - I believe this is my 2nd Great Grandmother! I would love to learn more! Thanks! --Sarah at SarahStout@hotmail.com
Have a Great day!
|Sandra Bathe Cole||Benjamin Carpenter 1847-1902|
Hi, JDC ~ You manage this memorial (#20517493). I was wondering if you have a transcription of the headstone - it is leaning towards the ground. From your headstone photo, it appears to be located in the general area of the burials for Benjamin Edmonds Carpenter (memorial #20517980) and Jane Amelia Wheeler Carpenter (memorial #20518056), who were husband and wife. I'm wondering if Benjamin (1847-1902) could be their son and am hoping that his headstone may state "son of ...".
Thank so much for your time and assistance!
Sandra Bathe Cole
|SWhite (YT)||Re: Geo. L. White|
Thank you very much for the transfer of George's memorial to me. YT
|SWhite (YT)||George L. WHITE|
Thank you JDC, for posting the memorial for my Great-granduncle George Lafayette White. If you hold no blood relationship with this individual, I would be pleased if you would transfer management of this memorial to me, that I may update some of the data. If there is a blood tie, then I would be just as pleased to compare linage notes with you. Best regards. Steve White (YT)
|courseyrn||RE: William Henry Letts 1919-1946|
I am trying to find any relatives of William's. He was my mother's father, but was shot and killed a week before she was born. My grandmother and her family were from Texas, so she stayed here to raise my mom, and as a result, lost contact with William's family. So, I am just on the hunt trying to track down any close relatives. We have one picture of my grandfather and only a few details from my grandmother. She was obviously so traumatized by the events that she wouldn't ever talk about him. I would love to be able to gather more information from someone. Thank you for any information you can give me. My email address is email@example.com if you would like to contact me directly. Thank you again,
|courseyrn||William Henry Letts 1919-1946|
This is my grandfather. Noticed you had posted his headstone pic along with his parents. Could you contact me regarding him? thanks firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Gertrude Chasey
age 79 born South Amboy, NJ
Red Bank Register 3/2/1980 pg. A4
wid/o William H. Chasey who died in 1956
|Michael wolcott||26010114 William H. Chasey|
I checked the Red Bank Register but found no obituary, for William H. Chasey, but he had a will so his complete date of death is
June 20, 1956
|Michael wolcott||30551046 Emily Jane (Stoney) Bennett|
Red Bank Register 6/8/1950 Sec 3 pg. 6 Col 3
Emily Jane (Stoney) Bennett
not a relative of mine
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