|Amy Choquette (#46823531)|
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My name is Amy, I live in a small town in Western Massachusetts. I love to stroll through old cemeteries, or just cemeteries in general, it's so peaceful. I found Findagrave about four years ago, searching for family for genealogical purposes. I didn't find any of my immediate family, so I added them. I found one of my distant relatives and now keep in contact with a distant cousin. If anyone out there has any information on those I've added with no cemetery details, please contact me, I want to know where my ancestors are buried. Thank you so much for your help :) If you have time, please visit three babies that are close to my heart, my baby brother, Jeffrey Brian Choquette and my baby niece, Marianna Lee Reed, and my cousin Ryan Choquette, who was taken at just six months by Cystic Fibrosis.|
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|Sharri Bodnar||Re: Flohr|
I am not related to any of the "Flohr's" memorials that I have put up.
I am not related to the Severns. Do you want the memorials transferred to you?
Added by Meges on Mar 20, 2013 6:37 PM
|Annie Brunk||RE: Flohr|
I looked in the book I have & can not find who ask for. But that dose not mean we are not family. I will have to get a hold of some one that know more of the family tree.
|In Loving Memory of my son Kelly||Have a merry christmas|
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|In Loving Memory of my son Kelly||RE: Thank you!!|
Your very welcome they are beautiful babies.I will stop by often to visit there memorials and leave tokens.Hugs to you,Annie
|Karen Van Wagner||RE: Hi there|
So sorry I've not gotten back to you sooner, I finally came back online here about a month ago! If you are already in the area taking pictures, I have no problem with you photographing my ancestor's stones. I know I took pictures of them all at one point, but it was before I went digital, and I lack a scanner to put them online with. Now that I'm back on the site, I'm probably going to be adding the information for any others who haven't been added already.
Your requests for transfers never mention your relationship to any of the deceased persons.
Added by ASB on Oct 27, 2012 8:50 PM
|Mark Cearfoss||RE: Flohr|
I am not related to the Flohrs. I was entering my family, the Hobbs and Arringtons and decided to complete the cemetery for other families at the same time. The cemetery should be complete except for unmarked graves and more recent burials.
|Edward Rowlance||Kaler family|
Yes I know a little about the Kalers. We spell it Kaylor and to my knowledge, George Harrison Kaler was the only sibling that spelled his name that way.
George's father, Henry E Kaylor, was born in Lebanon PA in 1806. He appears in Stark county, OH (where I live) in 1840 (last name spelled Caler on that census). He also appears in the 1850 census (same location) but none other (although I haven't had time to research him very much).
His wife was Elizabeth Smith and she preceded him in death. I can find nothing about Henry or Elizabeth's ancestors.
Henry and Elizabeth had 5 sons and 2 daughters. I know very little about any of them except for George Harrison (in the middle of the siblings) and my g-grandfather Charles (youngest).
George Harrison had at least 47 descendents that I've found (including those you provided on findagrave.com) mostly located in California. Charles had 88 (including me).
Henry served in the Civil War as did George and Charles. My grandmother said that all of Henry's sons served in the Civil War but I haven't been able to prove that yet.
If you'd like to know more, please contact me at email@example.com. I'd like to add you to my online family tree and invite you to join it but I don't know which Choquette was your father.
SAC Suggestion and Correction - On the upper right of the memorial there is a tab labeled edit. The first action is make a suggestion or provide additional information. Click on it and it opens a Message box. You can then ask for changes or transfers or whatever. The advantage is it gives me a link to the memorial so I don't have to hunt for it. Remember to put in your ID #.
Added by ASB on Oct 16, 2012 2:35 PM
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