|Sandy||Minnie Mae Nunes|
Thank you for posting her Memorial. She was a very special lady in my life whom I remember dearly. I was fortunate enough to have her as my 4th grade teacher. If you have a photo of her, could you post it maybe? Thanks again.
Added by Sandy on Feb 20, 2016 5:42 PM
|ResearchRansom||RE: Dup memorial #52186895|
Yes, slooooooooowwwwwww is the appropriate term.....if you don't see anything/progress within about 3 weeks, send him an email.....and if no results after another 3 weeks, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Best of luck!
|dantcarrier||Joseph & Maria Alvares Mendonca|
I was interested to see if you might be related to Joseph X. MENDONCA & his wife Maria ALVARES, buried in St. Mary's cemetery, Red Bluff, Calif. They are the parents of my Uncle Jim, who is still living down near Galveston, TX. Sincerely, Dan Carrier, Dallas, TX
Thank you very much for the information.
We found contradicting information on
Abiathar Hoxie, from both the Hoxie genealogy
book and the Shurtleff book.
Information #1: (Shurtleff book)
Son of Nathaniel Hoxie of Middleboro and
Information #2: (Hoxie book)
Son of Nathaniel Hoxie of Sandwich and
Margaret Cook Kilburn.
Your telling me about the marriage is great.
|Deborah A Smith||RE: Winslow transfers|
You are verywelcome. Glad they found family!
|Nancy Mellinger||Emanuel Martin and wife, Amy Doyle|
Emanuel Martin 1807-1887 was married to Amy Doyle 1809-1875..Annie Doyle was a single sister of Amy Doyle. Annie Doyle was born 1805. You show Emanuel Martin and family buried in Saint Paul's Lutheran Cemetery, Leitersburg, Washington County, Maryland. Thanks...These are my ancestors...Nancy from Lancaster County, PA.
|Charlet Roskovics||Raymond headstones|
I've taken pictures of the Raymond headstone in the Cataumet Cemetery. Sorry to say it is difficult to read! I took others so if you'd give me your e-mail address I'll send them along.
Cheers, Charlet Roskovics
|Rozie Waldron||Henry Clay Gregory photo #9719266|
Thank you for taking the time to post this photo of the headstone of Henry Clay Gregory & his wife Mary Catherine. Would you mind if I used the photo for ancestry purposes with my family & on ancestry.com? Thank you again for the photo.
Thanks for your efforts and the news. It is odd that her obituary says she's buried there. I'll do some more sleuthing on this one.
Added by EmilyEm on Dec 18, 2012 8:08 PM
|John McCartney||Nathan Walter Spears|
Thank you for looking for his headstone. The location was put up by someone else. They may have made a typo on the plot number.
John McCartney, Seattle
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