|Linda Carrillo Stroot||Capt Henry Delano Fitch|
There appear to be several Find A Grave's for Capt Fitch. Your # appears to be most complete. I added spouse #39007868 (my 2nd Great Aunt). Could all of the memorials for Capt Fitch be combined?
TY, Linda Carrillo Stroot
|Rich65k||James Conant Austin|
I checked at the cemetery office. Ina & Abbie Austin are buried here, but James Conant Austin is not buried in Woodbrook Cemetery, Woburn, MA.
Added by Rich65k on Jun 09, 2016 11:44 AM
The burial unknown you added has been moved. It has been turned in to find a grave and with in 30 days the one that was moved will be merged to the one added to the cemetery first. To many think it is the one added first stays. But if you read the FAQ's you will see they are wrong.
|Stone Finders||Burial unknown|
In the FAQ's find a grave has
"In regard to duplicates, a memorial with a correct known burial location will always be preferred over an unknown burial location."
|Debbie Jordan||RE: Bost|
Are you down in NC? I just attached Vic to our tree. So, Would you provide me with the rest of the line to you? Let me know if I can be of help to you.
|Emily Stokes Rowe||Rebecca NICHOLSON Coleman|
Memorial #74609809. I would love to hear from you as I keep coming across your memorials in doing research on my Coleman antecedants and their related families. I am particularly interested in your research on Mary Campbell Colemans antecedants.
But, I am confused as to why you think Rebecca Nicholson Coleman died in Montana and is buried in Kansas City. She is probably buried in an unmarked grave on the land that belonged to the Colemans - near where her husband Beverly was buried. Also, her maiden name was definitely Nicholson even though some records put it as Nichols or Nicholls. She is positively indentified in her father's will (Abel Nicholson) and appears in the North Carolina marraige records as Nicholson (Sometimes Nickelson). There were many Nicholsons in Wilkes County and I am trying to determine their relationships - I am certain they were related to one another.
Emily Stokes Rowe,
a granddaughter of Maynie Lee Coleman and John Reynolds Stokes.
|Patrick Murphy||Katherine Woelfle-Hachborn 1852-1914.|
Are you sure that Katherine is buried in Boston.
I know she died there, but I have a transcription on the Woelfle Family Tombstone with her name etched on it and a foot marker with her name & date on it.
|Jacki Bierma||Lewis Rash in Miller Cemetery, Hardin County, Iowa|
Your entry is a duplicate to #52844576 which has all this family linked together. Didn't know if you were aware that you duplicated this 2010 entry.
|LH Carpenter||RE: Ethel S Earnhardt|
Sorry I overlooked this. The memorial has been transferred to you.
|G Moore||Tobitha Ann Campbell Dobson|
Glen, For Tobitha Ann Campbell Dobson "Stack" (#67474028), why is there a Stack at the end of her name? Did she have a second husband after Josehph Frankline Dobson? The memorial doesn't say anything about a second husband. Thanks for looking into this.
Added by G Moore on May 30, 2016 5:45 PM
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