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Nancy~ (#46892655)
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Bio Photo Back about 1983, my father ask me to see if I could find out where his grandfather Amos Crane had been buried as he had died of sickness during the Civil War, and was reported as being buried
near Sand, or Sandy Ridge, Alabama.

His Memorial is at Find A Grave Memorial# 28991588
Amos Crane

I have found many wonderful stories about my ancestors along the way.
Among the surnames I am researching are: Hamlin, Poage, Terrill/Terrell, Litton, Stokesberry, Crane, Hawk, Huss, Blann, Minnick, McAuley, Smith, Golden, Wyckoff,Galaspie/Galaspy,
Gillispie, Glick, Ogle, Offield, Offill, Garland, Delaney.

"You live as long as you are loved and remembered, our finger prints don't fade from the lives we touch
Small plaque shown by a cemstone says:
"Our family chain is broken & nothing seems the same, but as God calls us one by one, the chain will link again."

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Dave Morris
Wm Hamlin 1803-1888
Hello again. I was so excited in my first message to you that I forgot the standard find a grave protocol. I also used the uncommon but correct spelling in our family (hamlEN Sorry.

The Memorial # is 33791197 by Terry Hamlin added Feb 13, 2009. I believe you added the picture of Wm. in late 2014. I am extremely thrilled to see it as per my last message. Also I believe I have located Wm's beautiful farm and house in Lopatcong Township. Thanks for your patients. Hoping to hear from you.

Added by Dave Morris on Mar 29, 2015 9:59 AM
Dave Morris
Wm Hamlen (in) 1804-1888
Hello Nancy,
I was very excited to see, for the first time, a picture of my G,G,Grandfather William Hamlen. It's so exciting especially because my grandfather Harry Hamlen 1876-1970 described him as having long hair with a bushy white beard. Unbelievable!

Of course I would like to know your connection and if it is possible for me to get a good copy of the picture? I live in Phillipsburg, NJ and will travel within reason. Wife Charlotte and I are on the Historical Committee at "Straw" Church and very familiar with Greenwich Presb. (many Hamlens) Hope to share info.
Hope to hear from you
Added by Dave Morris on Mar 27, 2015 7:40 PM
RE: Helen Cook Memorial
Your welcome!
Added by nk on Dec 30, 2014 1:40 PM
Margaret Nora Radcliff
Thank you for the changes. If you find that I am incorrect, please let me know.
Added by Penny on Nov 30, 2014 8:06 PM
Kathy Sturgess Ouimet
Hamlin questions
I am helping a Hamlin descendant join DAR. Is there a headstone for Rosannah? Do you know when she and John were married? Would appreciate any help you can offer. My email is Thanks! Kathy
Added by Kathy Sturgess Ouimet on Oct 11, 2014 9:40 PM
Isaac and Nancy Hamlin
Hi Nancy, thank you so very much for all the information about Isaac and Nancy Hamlin on the Find A Grave site. They are my great-grandparents. I am aware that Isaac (Jr) was killed in a home raising accident, but I have never been able to find out just when. I wonder how you came to the conclusion it was when he was about 17? I have tried to find a record (newspaper etc.) but have been unsuccessful. Since the family chose to pick up and move across the state to Butler Co. PA about 1849 I always thought Isaac Jr's death may have precipitated the move?? (I guess we'll never know) nor will we know why they decided later to move to Ohio. Thanks so much for your help - much appreciated.
Mary Kapaun
Added by Mary on Sep 10, 2014 4:10 PM
Kevin Finch
Steven & Sandra
Hello Nancy

I deleted the old pic's and posted the new ones on both sites.

If I can do anything else for you, don't hesitate to ask.


P.S. Throughout the wait for this addition, every now and then, someone puts fresh flowers in the bronze vase. Someone cares.
Added by Kevin Finch on Aug 20, 2014 11:52 AM
Kevin Finch
RE: McAninch Plaques

I'll try and see if I can fix it tomorrow. I did not spend much to.e trying. I will let you know if I'm successful.


P.S. I never asked you, but are they related to you?
Added by Kevin Finch on Aug 19, 2014 8:58 PM
Kevin Finch
Hello Nancy

They finally finished Sandra's Plate. How do you want to do this. I tried to delete the pictures I originally posted, but can't. I also have the plates with both Steven and Sandra together, so if you want it posted , I can do that on Steven's site also. Let me know what you want.

Added by Kevin Finch on Aug 19, 2014 3:47 PM
RE: Kesiah Ogle Blann
If only the resources and documentation were trustworthy. There is no single resource, not headstones, not census reports, cemetery records, SSDI or even family recollections that are 100% reliable without corroboration from somewhere else.

In my virtual cemeteries there is one called "Oops" that is full of headstone errors. Just because something is "written in stone" does not make it true and accurate.
Added by Judy on Aug 01, 2014 1:17 AM
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