|Steve McKaskey (#46945774)|
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|Researching: McKaskey, Post, Dewing, Reinking, and MANY other surnames.|
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No I'm not related to the Bishops but there is a connection of sorts. My father, born in 1893, was 62 when I was born. He told me stories of his youth as I was growing up including his trip across the US by train when he was a teenager. I wasn't old enough to ask the questions then that I should so I don't have a lot of the details. A couple of years ago I came across a border entry sheet for the US, November 1907, that lists my dad and his destination - to a friend Alfred Kendall in California. Alfred Kendall married Flora Belle Bishop, who's father Charles Edwin Bishop had emigrated from Nova Scotia to Califoria, in July 1907. So how did my father meet Alfred Kendall? I am guessing that it may have occured in Nova Scotia because my Wards and Flora's Bishops lived in the same area of the Annapolis Valley. Possibly Alfred and his new bride made a honeymoon trip to her ancestral home, but I will probably never be able to prove it. Oh, to have a time machine.
Added by Ross on Jan 15, 2014 8:34 AM
|Rita Ann||Manchester, Ca|
I have no relation to any one in Evergreen Cemetery of Manchester, California. I can transfer to you any that I manage. I was there on vacation and believe that I've uploaded all of my photos. Note: there is also an Evergreen cemetery in Mendocino. Some graves listed on find a grave in Mendocino are really in Manchester.
Added by Rita Ann on Jan 14, 2014 9:26 AM
|Mette||Edward Warren Wahlquist|
Thank you for photo of this memorial
Added by Mette on Dec 06, 2013 12:42 AM
|Flatfoot Billy||Ebenezer Fitch|
As the lady said in the problem section. This cemetery is in the heart of the city and has been a target for the occasional idiot who vandalizes cemeteries.
Looking at the date of death its pretty improbale a stone may exist. The only cemetery in the city that still has stones dating abck to 1640 is the Norwichtown (Old Revolutionary War) Cemetery. Which I might add is loaded with Huntingtons. Samuel, signer of the Declaration of Independence is buried there as well as the mother and brother of Benedict Arnold.
I have access to City Hall records. Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if I can help.
Thank you for the picture & information you provide for my Grandmother & those in Deer creek Cemetary, Cheswick PA.
Hi, there are 4 other Posts buried next to Walter.
Added by Arnie on Aug 14, 2008 1:15 PM
I walked the whole section. I found no F. Greene. I did find a grave number of 507 and the row behind it has at least 4 lots with no markers. I am sorry but there is no marker for your F. Greene.
Added by BJ on Apr 18, 2008 1:28 PM
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