|Peggy English||William Yocum|
I just wanted you to know, that I deleated that Memorial that you sent changes for because it was a duplicate that somehow got messed up. You can recheck the proper one. I'm glad you drew my attention to it inadvertently. Thank you so much.
|Del Groves||Valentin Alt/Ault descendants|
Remember we discussed your certainty that our Anna Maria [Alt/Ault] was not a descendant of Valentin? Today, I was looking at her findagrave memorial and the creator had also created one for Valentin and linked him as Anna Maria's father. Then, I found today online an extensive genealogy that will be of great interest to you and, as you believe, no dau. Anna Maria is attributed to him. I've sent a msg to the findagrave person with the below info and asking her to provide her proof!
"Valentin Alt: Four Generations of Alt Descendants" by Bill Kinkaid, 2000
linked from: https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/991856?availability=Family%20History%20Library
|Stan Arnold||Esty memorials|
You have submitted edits for the memorials for Nancy (Cole) Esty and her husband. These memorials are being deleted, as they were put in the wrong cemetery. Their correct memorials are in another cemetery in Amherst, but I don't recall the name. I have submitted edits for these memorials. Once all of the info has been added to the correct memorials, I will delete the two memorials to which you have submitted edits. Regards--Stan
|B J||Marie Price-Evergreen in Oakland|
Priscilla, it sure looks like a match to me. Are you family or a dedicated researcher that stumbled on the half memorial? BJ
Added by B J on Sep 06, 2016 9:03 PM
|anthony carrillo||RE: Luis Alberni|
I see. I was just curious how you came up with the info. You did good! :) and yes I have googled him many times and still get lucky from time to time to still find information out there I didn't know existed. Thank you for writing a bio on him. It is very much so appreciated!!
|anthony carrillo||regarding Luis Alberni|
Hi Priscilla, I first want to thank you for the little bio on Luis Alberni. See Luis is my late great great Grandmother Wanda Alberni's last husband, and in fact she actually buried him over at Pierce brothers Valhalla in 62. The both of them together raised my Grandma Wanda who I live with now. My nana was of course named after her grandmother, Luis would call my nana his lil kiki as a child. My nana has very fond memories of him that she shares with me now and then. Luis is the only grandpa my Nana knew, even though he is not biological. Ironically he was born exactly 100 years before me in 1886, and our first films are also 100 years apart. His being in 1915 and mines in 2015. Nonetheless I have a very strong connection to this man, and am constantly searching to learn more. Where did you happen to find your information on him? I am struggling to find as much out about him as I can with the hopes of making documentary on him. Thank You!
|Catherine Clemens Sevenau||James Wenseslaus in Fort Knox|
Thank you for catching my three partial pages. My computer was jamming so I kept hitting reload... arrrghhh.
This is who the man is: James Wenceslaus Houser. 167178980 His son was married to my aunt Amelia Clemens.
|Chris Schaefer||Eddie Riedel|
Thanks for information on Eddie. I was able to link to parents as well.
|Kathleen Englebretson||Samuel King Duplicates|
The Find A Grave program must have glitched, I have had this happen several times before. My record is 42 duplicates of one link spread over several months. At least five didn't take as long to remove.
|Robert Finch||Margaret Ewing|
Thank you for your edit request for Margaret (Cunningham) Ewing # 15945016. I found where she was married to Robert Ewing in Augusta County, Virginia, but I could not find that she was born there. What source did you find her birth place on? Do you believe her to be the sister of William Cunningham # 18129171?
The Cunningham family has been elusive during my research. Do you have any suggestion of good source material for the parents and siblings of William Cunningham. I did find him and his wife Ellen in a 1850 census in Sprigg, Adams County, Ohio, but I'm just getting started and don't have much more to go by and can't confirm if this is the same William Cunningham born in Virginia and that died in Indiana.
Thanks for your time and efforts. - Robert Finch
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