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Mrs. Bee (#47112547)
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Bio Photo I have always found cemeteries to be soothing places. Find A Grave is a lovely idea very well carried forward, a compassionate and tender community.

If you have information about any memorial I manage, please get in touch via public message or through the Suggest A Correction feature. Please include sources, to help researchers.

ALEXANDRIA NATIONAL CEMETERY in Alexandria, Virginia: I have been researching this cemetery for several years and will be happy to help you learn more about anyone who is (or was previously) buried there.

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COLONISTS OF THE 1600s: Honoring the memories of our early colonial ancestors is important to me. If you have further details about the men who are buried in the Bloody Brook Mass Grave, please let me know.

SPECIAL PROJECT: Methodist Protestant Cemetery in Alexandria, Virginia, especially the south section, is a special project. Please contact me with any information about the people buried there.
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DKMac
Cloyes/Clayes family
Hi,
I see you have a memorial or so on the Cloyes family. If you are interested, I did a pretty extensive report on the family last year. I descend from Peter's brother Thomas. The early generations of the family have a pretty tragic history between early Indian wars and the Salem Witch trials. If you are interested, I would be willing to share.
Dianne
Added by DKMac on Sep 21, 2014 10:33 PM
Jeff247
RE: Mary McDonald photo
You are welcome. You have my permission to use the photo in your application.

Jeff
Added by Jeff247 on Sep 20, 2014 9:29 PM
Scott Bennett
RE: Rachel M Downing Thompson
OK, here goes...

So I have Arthur and Rachel Thompson living in Broome County in the 1880 US Census (Kirkwood Twp ED047 page 322A) with her mother (mother-in-law of HoH), Ruth Downing, as well as two children, Theron and Ruth. From that I found an 1855 NY state census record showing Richard and Ruth Downing living in Conklin (ED2, household #83) with children Ruth A, M F (presumably Mary Frances) and Rachel M.

The 1860 census is a little interesting in that this was the record I found first. So I wasn't sure if this was the right group, or if Richard and Ruth were Rachel's parents. In Conklin, Broome County (roll M653_724 page 901) I found Richard and Ruth A Downing living with J N Sleight, Wm J Dexter, and Henrietta Chichester, then three Downing children listed (Ruth A, Mary F, and Rachel M). The ordering was interesting as the children came after these three other people, so I thought that maybe these weren't the parents - maybe nieces or something. But then I found the 1855 NY state record that showed them as children of Richard and Ruth Downing.

I also just found an 1875 NY census that shows Arthur and Rachel Thompson living with Richard and Ruth Downing in Kirkwood Township, Broome County (ED 1 household #156 sheet 17, line 26).

The 1900 US Census shows them as married in 1874, but I haven't found another marriage record for an actual date. This might also be additional confirmation of the parents, but to me the 1855 and 1875 NY censuses are proof enough at this point.

Thanks again,
Scott
Added by Scott Bennett on Sep 15, 2014 8:44 AM
Scott Bennett
Rachel M Downing Thompson
I submitted a request to add parents to Rachel Thompson. I have research to back it up if you'd like to see it.

Thanks,
Scott
Added by Scott Bennett on Sep 13, 2014 6:56 AM
Tracy
RE: Mary A. Hall Cockrell #113166734 & Charles M Cockrell #113166733
So glad I could help. I like to make sure I give my sources because when someone gives their source and where it is it can be so helpful with something you could be struggling with. I've gotten help with things and love it when I can give back.
Added by Tracy on Sep 12, 2014 9:22 PM
Tracy
Mary A. Hall Cockrell #113166734 & Charles M Cockrell #113166733
Hello Mrs Bee, Charles and Mary share a headstone and on her memorial page you state you are not sure of her relationship to him. I do have info on her as she is in my tree. Her maiden name is Mary A Cook and she married Charles on 23 Jan 1899 per Virginia marriage cert found on ancestry.com. After Charles died she married James P. Hall on 19 Sep 1904 per article in Alexandria Gazette I found on Library of Congress website. Most of her family are buried at Bethel Cemetery and not sure yet where James P. Hall is buried. I hope to visit Bethel Cemetery in the near future to get headstone pictures of her family.
Tracy
Added by Tracy on Sep 09, 2014 8:53 PM
Joel Church
Lewis Bangle or Bengel
Thank you for solving the name issue.
Joel
Added by Joel Church on Sep 05, 2014 9:22 AM
TSOtime
RE: Permission request
Yes, you have permission from me to use this photo as needed.
Added by TSOtime on Aug 26, 2014 1:33 PM
C. Krueger
Flowers For Little Sarah J.F. Hammond
Bea - Thank you so much for your sweet message for her. Sarah No. 65181790. Because of Find A Grave and caring people like you she will not be forgotton. Carolyn
Added by C. Krueger on Aug 24, 2014 6:25 AM
WMVAN
FEATHERSTONE Mausoleum Pic
GREAT, Mrs B, the mauso wall pic gives a good orientation to the cem site, Thanks, Bill
Added by WMVAN on Aug 22, 2014 8:23 AM
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