|Heather (Angel_Graver) (#46809426)|
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Hello! I find cemeteries to be very fascinating places. I think that we can learn a lot about our family, friends, and the world around us from headstones and memorials.|
If I have added your family or friend, please let me know if you want any information added. I will be happy to do that for you. (Please provide the source of the additional information that you want added.) Or if you wish to take ownership of your family member's memorial, please contact me.
Thank you to all of you who have left a momento and/or note for one of my loved ones. It means the world to me.
My forum ID is angel_graver. If you need to contact me, you can send me a PM through the forums. Thank you.
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|Robert Steen||Grave for Florence Steen in Baker Cemetery|
You have created several memorials of Steen's in Baker Cemetery. Do you live near by? If so, can I enlist you in a little detective work? My records indicate there might be another child of George Hamilton and Mary Steen and she may be buried in Baker with her parents and other siblings. Her name is Florence and from what I've discovered, was born in 1855 and died in 1869. I would expect that she would be buried near her parents. If you ever get out to Baker, could you look for her grave and if you find it, create a memorial for me? If there is anything I can do for you in North Carolina or Virginia, let me know and I'll do it.
|Ina ||Maria Cynthia Sloane Lilly|
Find A Grave Memorial# 19587141
Maria was the 2nd wife of Eli Lilly, they married 23 November 1869 in Marion IN
First wife was Emily Lemon Find A Grave Memorial# 27387747
Added by Ina on Sep 02, 2016 2:02 PM
|JP Finn||James Lawless memorial|
This is in regard to memorial 23427865, for the James Lawless buried at St. Patrick's Cemetery in Kickapoo, Illinois. It appears that there may be some confusion about his family connections. James, who is my great-great-grandfather, was born in Ireland and arrived in the United States in 1828. Most of his children were also born in Ireland. James and his family, after leaving Ireland, first lived in Philadelphia and then moved west to Illinois. There may be another James Lawless who was connected to Augustine and Sarah Lawless, but it appears that Augustine spent his entire life in the U.S. and would not have been the father of the James Lawless buried at Kickapoo. I hope this is helpful.
Added by JP Finn on Aug 28, 2016 1:53 PM
|L J Woods||Hockerman Children|
My granddaughter Ashley Brooke Woods, 01 Feb 1994 to 06 Jun 2015, (147334795) is buried near them in Tippecanoe Memory Gardens, age 21 years and 4 months, killed by a drunk driver. Have been going regularly to site and while looking around at nearby monuments came upon the one for the Hockerman Children. Nathan Gregory, (19687009) and sister Claire Elizabeth, (19686993) both have the same date of death, 31 Jul 2005. Guess I have sort of adopted them, have not seen flowers in the 13 months, so I always take some for their urns . . . My question is, Do you have any information about the circumstances concerning their deaths. You posted in 2007 after the death date. Any information you can share would be appreciated, just one of those things that we find-a-gravers do, curiosity. If not will check with some local funeral homes and/or cemetery. Thanks for anything you can do. Will have flowers as long as I am able!!!
Larry Woods, Tippecanoe County, IN
|immom2all||Charles Albert Fuller|
Can you please transfer my Grandfather Charles (Edward) Albert Fuller #19674612 over to me? I would like to add somethings as well as make corrections. My Aunt (now passed) has done tremendous amounts of work and verified many sources by traveling to the places that her ancestors were from. I have taken over her duties as Family Historian and would like to keep all of these family members under my Find A Grave profile. I do appreciate that you have added these but would like to have them.
|immom2all||Rubrights and Fullers in Sand Ridge|
Would you please transfer all Fullers and Rubrights in Sand Ridge Cemetery in Tippecanoe County Indiana. I am finding that there are several graves that only have information from the grave stone. I would like to add information that is available to me through our family history books. Thank you, Cindy Fuller
|Robert Steen||Update to George Steen|
George Steen is my 3rd great grandfather. I recently requested some edits to his birthdate but I mis-calculated. My source was a genealogy of the Steen family "The Steen Family - In Europe and America" published by Moses D.A. Steen in 1900. He had the date of birth as December 16, 1758 but clearly that is wrong based on the date of death on the grave stone and the inscription giving his exact age. His source must have mixed up the DOB with date of death. Based on that I calculate he was actually born May 9, 1758. He was born in Ireland and immigrated to Lancaster County Pennsylvania in 1775. I think we should use the May 9, 1758 date as the DOB and not what I requested.
|Linda Jackson||Annie Campbell #21723116|
Hi Heather -- I send you SAC Edit email message on March 19 with details I received from Oakdale Memorial Gardens on Campbells buried there. Please add this information to Annie's Bio, as it may help someone in their research:
Annie Campbell, Interment #3290, 10-year old female child
Cause of Death: Consumption
Interment Date Oct. 30, 1889
Lot purchased by Annie Wittenmyer Orphanage
|Scarlett||RE: Memorial Transfers|
Hi Heather....I just sent you the oral history in your comcast email address. If you don't get it let me know and I will resend.
Added by Scarlett on Nov 29, 2014 5:05 PM
|Scarlett||RE: Memorial Transfers|
Oh my gosh! Are you Brandon's wife? I am so glad to know that someone in the family has these memorials. I recently found the article that his dad wrote about Lucy on her 99th birthday. Do you guys have that? Also I have a transcript of an oral history that Lucy and aunt Monnie did in 1977 for a bicentennial commission. Let me know if you guys don't have that and I will send it along. Thank you!
Added by Scarlett on Nov 28, 2014 8:56 AM
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