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|Michael wolcott||Sands Selleck|
Thank you for the information you found in the Keyport Enterprise about Sands Selleck.
It was most helpful.
|Leslie Waygren||Edward Moran #115889149|
Thank you for creating this memorial.
The obituary from the South Amboy Citizen was very helpful. It mentioned that he died at his daughter's house in Elizabeth. I was then able to get his Death Certificate and discovered his parents' names.
He is my great-great grandfather. Would you please transfer this memorial to me?
Again, thank you for creating this memorial.
|Teresa Abbes||Wihelmina Anderson #30618273|
Good Evening, I was hoping you would update this memorial for us. I sent an edit for your review, however, there were a few more changes that I couldn't update. Wilhelmina's spouse was William C. Anderson 1884 to 1940, whom I can not locate on Find a Grave. I think he was buried in NY. Dewitt S. Anderson (#30618244) was her father-in-law, not her husband. Catherine Anderson Bedle was her sister-in-law, not her daughter. She had two daughters, Evelyn and Brenda. So if you could remove Dewitt as her spouse, and remove Catherine as her daughter, that would be great. Thank you so much.
|Rhiannon Boardman||Wilberforce Auld|
Good Afternoon. I am descended from Wilberforce's sister, Margaret born c1795. I have done a fair bit of research but know little about William Auld's children. I do know that the 1851 and the 1861 census (Scotland) show that Margaret was born in North America. It can only be supposed that she came back to Scotland in 1814 with her father. Margaret was living at 3 Jamaica Street, Leith at the time of her marriage 30 August 1825 to Robert Schaw. I believe that William and Wilberforce Auld also came back to Scotland (I can find no record of them in the UK)but I believe his Native Canadian wife was left behind so Wilberforce born in Canada.
William's occupation is shown on Margaret's marriage certificate as Merchant and at the time he was living in Leith, Edinburgh.
|KEN DOTY BROWN||RE: Locust Hill|
How is your Locust Hill project going ?
|Carolyn Gilinsky||Thomas E Gravatt|
Hey, thanks for the article about Thomas. I am a distant cousin of his (2nd, 5x removed). Reading about him dying of lockjaw reminds me of how lucky I am to live in a time with tetanus shots!
|KEN DOTY BROWN||LOCUST HILL CEMETERY|
I noticed that you have been posting memorials for Locust Hill. Will you still be doing so ?
I don't want to go back there, if you still will be continuing with Locust Hill.
Hope to hear from you.
|Kathy Edds||Edward L. Tiffany|
Thank you for posting his cemetery listing and headstone. I have very little information on this man, my husbands great grandfather. Now I have his date of birth and his burial site.
|Elizabeth H||RE: Rose Hill|
The Schanks (and Lawrences and Hughes, etc.) are not direct ancestors; they are second and third cousins. No need to transfer.
I asked about the other names because they are supposedly buried in the same area as the Schanks.
Sorry about the poison ivy; hopefully you can get back to Rose Hill again soon.
|Elizabeth H||Schancks in Rose Hill Cemetery|
Thank you for the photos of John and Adelaide Schanck. (And thanks for setting up the other Schanck memorials. I have sent edit suggestions to link children to their parents.) There is also a photo request for William Hughes (1859-1891) that you can fulfill with the photo for Charles W. Schanck (1866-1868).
Were there no Lawrence, Holbrook, Hughes or McAlpin gravestones in that area? Let me know and I will remove those photo requests.
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