|Forever in Our Hearts (#46612085)|
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My work on Find A Grave is one of my 'random acts of kindness'. I don't do it for credit or to have more pictures or records than others. I only care about our ancestors getting the proper recognition they deserve! I do it so others can find their family or friends and to honor those who've passed.|
In some cases I have gone to great lengths to add info such as Census data, middle names, putting together parents with their children, spending valuable TIME and effort into my research, etc. Please do the same and recognize them!
Feel free to post on Ancestry as we help one another connect with lost loved ones
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|Joseph Mann||RE: George Wermeyer|
You're very welcome. I am gald i could have been of help.
I did include a photo for everybody listed as buried at that grave site.
The spelling of George's name (per the headstone) is Wehrmeyer.
I linked Robert Russell and Freda, and noticed you'd already submitted edits to Clarence's memorial. Thanks for the link!
|GeekyGraveGirl||Freda Webb, Sunset, Manhattan, Kansas|
Thanks for the heads-up on that correction - that would be awkward (though I may have not added that link, I certainly could have noticed when I added the grave photo). Do you have a link to her husband, and if so, could you submit that to the edits? Thanks!
|Garry Harris||RE: Harris family|
I don't expect an answer here... One of my biggest puzzles: Gilbert Harris, Thankful Townsend and their 7 children lived in Kingsbury, NY during the Revolutionary War. After the war, Gilbert and Thankful lived apart. Gilbert went off to the eastern Lake George area... possibly Bolton, NY. His will gives all his property to a nephew.
Thankful lived with oldest son, Jonathan(age 26), in Hudson Falls, NY (Jonathan's youngest son, Townsend Harris, was named after Thankful and became the first US Ambassador in Japan). Noah(24) stayed in NY but the youngest children moved to Canada in 1784. They are Gilbert(22), David(17), Solomon(15 or 11), James(13) and Phebe(12).
In Canada, Gilbert was classified UEL, David was UEL then expunged in 1802 (I don't yet know why). The three youngest were very young. I wish I knew why the family broke up in such a manner.
|Garry Harris||RE: Gilbert Harris|
This Gilbert is the 2nd son of David Harris and Catherine Palmer. The family lived in the Bath ON, and Belleville, ON (1797-1799) areas then Cobourg areas (from NOV, 1810). When David died in 1912, the land (Lot 28 Concession 2 located between Cobourg and Port Hope, ON, (NE corner of Telephone Rd and Theater Rd))
turned over to Katty then to Gilbert until 10 SEP 1836. Gilbert moved to Deleware Twp near London, ON then to Riley Twp, MI. He is buried in Memphis, MI with his wife, Mary Hayes (Polly), his mother in law, Lavina Hayes, and Henry Harris (Son-Grandson?)
|Garry Harris||RE: Harris family|
Thanks so much for responding... Where did you get this information? I know of the following children:
Stayed in USA:
Went to Canada in 1784:
David (My G Grandfather)
Thank you for creating, editing and transferring the memorial. Your work is much appreciated!
|Gordon||Henry Meldrum 35459158|
Please note, Henry Meldrum signed his name to the Draft Registration with the middle initial O.
The photo you have added may be of another Henry Meldrum, or the informant may have been in error.
Added by Gordon on May 09, 2016 7:03 AM
|Gary Boughton||Boughton Transfers|
Thanks so very much for the Boughton transfers it is very much appreciated.
|Private living man of the Hackworth Clan||CW Jettner|
Can you please delete this general photo of the cemetery you placed on this memorial? The daughter would like to add another picture, but the photo limit has been reached.
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