|Robert "Scott" Patrick (#46858998)|
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I am in search of my family history, and that includes there final resting places. Our history takes us from the present to the 1420's, and it covers the states of Texas,Kentucky,South Carolina,Pennsylvania,Virginia,and Scotland. One of my 3rd great grand-fathers (Henry Reed), fought in the Battle of San Jacinto and I have a quest to find where all of those Texas Heroes were laid to rest.|
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Robert, I am very sorry for the note before this one.
Yahoo took a lot of my contacts and emails and got rid of them so I am trying to get back with people that I had talked to before, and you are one of them.
I have been looking for Jesse in Waller County and Washington County Texas with no luck. I also looked for Francis.
If you have come up with any new information on where they might be would you PLEASE let me know.
Thanks and again I am sorry
|Jerry Coffman||Jesse Bartlett Memorial|
February 12,2014 you set up memorial#125065931 for Jesse Bartlett and show unknown as to where he is buried.
Where or how did you get this information and do you have any way of finding out where he might be buried?
You show he died in Waller County Texas but others are saying Washington County Texas.
I would love to find him so I can put him on my wife's tree.
Hello Scott. I am writing in regard to the following memorials you manage:
William B. Middleton (# 38822863)
Benjamin Benoni Middleton, Sr (# 38822861)
This is my grandmother’s Middleton family. There were 2 memorials for Benjamin “Benoni” Middleton, Sr. I was given the responsibility to manage one of these memorials. Please see the memorial I was given management of as these are the same individual:
Sgt. Benjamin "Benoni" Middleton, Sr. (# 67470837)
I wanted to see if we could possibly link all of the Middleton family together. My suggestion is that you remain the manager of the memorial for William B. Middleton (# 38822863).
Then delete the duplicate memorial of his father Benjamin Benoni Middleton, Sr (# 38822861) that you manage, and re-link William to these memorials of his mother, father, and siblings. This will bring him into connection with his larger family.
Mother: Isabella Patton Middleton (#133711465)
Father: Sgt. Benjamin "Benoni" Middleton, Sr. (# 67470837)
William lived an amazing life and I wanted to pass along to you a weblink from the ‘Texas State Historical Association’ that you can read a small bit about his fascinating life if you might be interested.
Small problem with James Turman and the Turman Family Cemetery you created for him;
You put the cemetery in Franklin County, which is in NE Ga on the S.C. border, but you put the map for it in the town of Franklin which is in Heard County on the AL border, 150 miles away.
Added by Frankz on Jul 19, 2014 5:58 PM
|James Wilson||HOW TO ADD BATTLE OF SAN JACINTO GRAVE SITE?|
How can I add my ancestor James Wilson who fought at the Battle of San Jacinto? He is buried in Mustang Cemetery near Shiro, Texas. If you need further information, please message me back.
James Wilson III
8th Generation Texan
|Lisa Bailey||Arvilla Wright-d/o G.W. and Amanda Wright|
Hi Scott- I see you manage George Washington Wright #29576755 and Amanda Riley Wright #92947917. They are the parents of Arvilla G Wright #10716880, but not linked yet.
The creator of Arvilla Wright has passed away, so you might want to request the transfer of Arvilla's record to you. (The contributor's daughter is swamped with requests and asks that we contact Find A Grave for to do transfers for her mother's account.)
I'm related to a different George Washington Wright (who came also came to Texas in the 1830s, but from Alabama, not TN)
Thank you so much for putting this virtual cemetery together. Though I have quite a number of ancestors who were at San Jacinto/Harrisburg, none yet appear in it. I'll let you know if I find where any of them are buried.
Before that, though: The pronoun "it's" is a contraction of the two words "it is". It is NOT (repeat, NOT) the possessive form of the pronoun "it". The possessive form of the pronoun "it" is "its" (no apostrophe).
So, your virtual cemetery's name should end in "...and Its Veterans" (NOT "...and It's Veterans"). The title as you have it would read, if the "it's" as you have it were spelled out instead of contracted would be "...and It Is Veterans", which makes no sense. Use this test any time you are not sure whether to use "its" or "it's" -- you will find that most often you do not want to use the apostrophe.
AuntMeredith (yes, I have taught English)
|Sharon Foley Kramer||Tucker Foley 31280058|
Scott, Tucker is my great great grandfather; there are varied stories of Tucker's death and no way to be absolutely sure which details are true. I wonder if you can tell me the source of the information you posted on his memorial so I can add it to my research. I would appreciate it.
Sharon Foley Kramer
|Connie Moss||Hartwell Moss|
Why is Hartwell Moss listed as a half sibling?
|Jerry Coffman||Samuel L Millett|
Robert, I just noticed that on his memorial it says he was born 1801 but in the wright up that Mr. Bartlett or maybe you did it says he was born in 1799.
Can you tell me which is correct and maybe make sure the memorial is correct.
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