|Ingrid Petersen||RE: Chris & Katharine Bonfield|
Hello Brian Todd!
Thank you for your answer. I am living in here Denmark. It is a little country in Skandinavien. I live in the southern part, who was ruled from Germany after a great battle in 1864. It became Danish again in 1920.
Many young people went away to the USA.
Also these 2 young men from the Bonefeld-family, Hans Hansen Bonefeld og Peter Bonefeld.
Hans Hansen Bonefeld have I found in Michigan.
Lake View Cemetery #20117416.
There are a lot of informations about him and his family.
Also Peter Bonefeld here from Denmark went to the USA. # 77894762
Little Missouri Lutheran Cemetery
We got a lot of informations about there children and there children, all informations in Find a Grave.
I would like some more informations about Chris Bonfield and Katharine in Forest Home Cemetery in Illinois. It would make me sure, that they are the rigth persons.
With kind regards
|Ingrid Petersen||Chris & Katharine Bonfield|
I found two names in Forest Home Cemetery.
146586782: Chris Bonfield &
146588527: Katharine Bonfield.
Is it possible to have more informations of these two persons?
I think, they are Christen Bonefeld, born here in Denmark, Ulkebøl parish, Vestermark the 15. February 1848, and Cathrine Marie Madsen Dahl born here in Denmark, Ulkebøl parish, Ormstoft the 13. Oktober 1848.
They went to the USA in 1872-1873 and I know Christen Bonefeld became a citizen of The United States the 25. August 1873 in the state of Missouri.
This southern part of Denmark was ruled from Germany at that time, and many young people went away.
I found your e-mail-adress under a picture from Forest Home Cemetery.
Can you give me some informations about these two or tell me, where I can have informations??
With kind regards
|Patrick Powell||obit for our son|
Thank you so much for listing the obituary for our son, Sean Patrick Powell. I just found it today and was able to submit a tombstone photo and a memory on his page. Thank you again for your efforts...it means so very much to both of us.
|62suti||RE: Mary Reilly (Abbeylara)|
Thank you I will check that web site out
Added by 62suti on Nov 15, 2013 9:32 PM
|Clarence Morris||RE: Port Dover Cemetery|
Yes, I found a couple more memorials. They were over-grown with grass and need cleaning up in order to read them. I have done some cleaning but they require more elbow grease to make them readable. I should have for you next week some time.
|John Glassford||RE: West Parish Cemetery|
I don't recall looking for anything specific at Carleton Street (West Parish) Cemetery in Haverhill back in my early days at FindAGrave. I was just taking a few gravestone photos to use in my books. The problem with what you are looking for is that there are many graveyards in Haverhill. In West Parish however you would be looking at Carleton Street (West Parish) Cemetery [where you have the memorials set], Second West Parish Cemetery, and Hilldale Cemetery, all in close proximity of one another. I have taken every extant gravestone photo in Second West Parish Cemetery, so you may want to check out Hilldale and then start checking out all of the many many others in Haverhill.
|Bob Brien||James & Rachel Eaton|
I have transfered the memorials for James & Rachel Eaton to you.