|Wendy K (#47223094)|
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I have been an ancestry buff since 2005 and have been photographing my family gravestones for as long. I would like to share my photos and am willing to help where I can. If you find a memorial of one of your ancestors I'd be happy to transfer ownership.|
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|Ron Lovelace||RE: Thomas Love;ace 1789-1877|
Wendy: that would help if I could contact who made this mistake, You can give them my email address, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone number 269-672-9357. Thanks Again Ron
|Ron Lovelace||Thomas Love;ace 1789-1877|
Can you please help me on this, you have a headstone saying it is Thomas Lovelace October 7, 1789 -Nov 12, 1877. This headstone is the son of Thomas Lovelace it states the following (Joseph Lovelace 1819-1901, Anna His Wife 1847-1896, Bessie F. Their Daughter 1872-1904)this is Thomas Lovelace son. Can you take a picture of the other side to see if Thomas Lovelace information is their? You should change the one you have posted as Thomas Lovelace to son of Thomas Lovelace son's family (Joseph 1819-1901, Anna 1847-1896 & Bessie 1872-1904 Lovelace) Sincerely email@example.com
|Valerie B Z W Haubrich||RE: Lovelace Photo|
That was the only Lovelace I saw, it is in the oldest part of the Cemetery, and there some stones that are just unreadable...
|Larry||Abbie B. Donnelly, Rhinelander, WI|
Abbie was my Great Grandmother. I was wondering if you are a relation or just doing a service for the rest of us?
Larry Alger, firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Larry on Nov 08, 2015 5:58 PM
Wonder if all graves are recorded in this cemetery? I am looking for grave of Annie (Hinman) Waterman, 1793-1851, wife of Simon Waterman. They lived in Norwich, VT until her death. Simon survived her by 34 years but did not remarry. Eventually, he moved to upstate NY with a daughter and her family. Thanks, CG
|Ralph Hammond-Green||Edward Vernon Kamin|
Thank you for taking and posting the photos of his grave marker.
|"A Tribute To Memories" - Diana Hanner Bolain||RE: Transfer please|
Wendy, per your request, I have made the transfer request of your Dad's memorial to you. I am so very sorry for your loss and hope you enjoy your family heritage thru Genealogy and Find A Grave.
Blessings - Diana
|Ron Lovelace||RE: Headstone of Thomas Loveless|
Wendy K thanks again for the help, Thomas Loveless birth is October 7, 1789 & his death is November 12, 1877 and he is buried at Hambletville Cemetery, Deposit, Delaware County, New York, USA
|Don Blauvelt||RE: Goodrich|
Thank you for the transfers. Josiah Goodrich's wife Mary Smith is the dau. of Timothy Smith and Esther Webster, latter the gr. granddau. of my Webster ancestors of Hartford and Wethersfield, Conn. Josiah Goodrich is a gr. grandson of my Goodrich ancestors of Wethersfield.
Timothy and Esther (Webster) Smith have a large cenotaph monument at Hanover, NH naming in relative birth order their children followed by the daughter's spouse. Unfortunately, the naming style does not give a maiden surname to the daughters, who are immediately followed by their husband's full name. A notorious arm-chair memorial contributor read the monument then proceeded to create 30 erroneous entries assigning the surname of the immediate preceding son-in-law to the next listed dau., who was not his spouse. At least I got Find A Grave administration to delete the erroneous memorials. Can't remember what surname Mary (Smith) Goodrich was erroneously given.
Fortunately, Tim and Esther's base memorial is managed by a direct descendant who I have worked with before.
|Ron Lovelace||Headstone of Thomas Loveless|
I am looking for our gggg grandfather by the name of Thomas Lovelace and his wife name is Betsy. You show a headstone for a Thomas Loveless with a wife by the name of Betsy but on the headstone I can see Thomas son name Joseph Lovelace along with his wife Ann & their daughter names on this headstone. Could you please find Thomas & his wife headstone they are buried in the same cemetery.
Thanks for your time.
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