|Connie Cooper (#47047016)|
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I was called to this task to find out all I could about my grandmother, Bessie Allton, who died in Ohio after giving birth to twin boys. A side of my family that may have never been found if not for my cousin's Linda and Kathy. Thank you for sending me the first look at a grandmother we never knew. That was about 8 years ago and since then I have been blessed to meet new found relatives and many many kind and helpful folks who have been willing to share their knowledge and time in helping continue our Cooper family research. I thank my big sister Donna for coming on-board to help and Tim Cooper for all the hours and hours he has spent trying to find a connection to our Cooper's. More specifically our John B. F. Cooper, the Union Civil War soldier who died from the sickness that found him while serving his duty in the Ohio Volunteer Calvary. His final resting place was finally found this past spring(2011). This has been a labor of love!
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|Delia||RE: Robert Fox|
I am not sure of the middle initial. I will have to look for the grave site to very it. Sorry I did not realize there was a leaf there.
There was no request for a photo for this grave site. I was out taking pictures and this was one of them.
I am not related.
Added by Delia on Oct 24, 2013 4:09 AM
|Donna Rose||John Smith|
As you can see there are alot of requests for Acacia cemetery. They don't get filled easily because the cemetery does NOT participate with Find A Grave or it's volunteers. They know who we are that take pics. So I would love to help you if you call them yourself at (716)692-0511, tell them who your relative is, and ask for the following info: section, plot# and IF he has a marker or stone in place. DO NOT mention Find A Grave. You can email me the info and I will claim your request. I usually fulfill them within a few days of claiming.
my email: email@example.com
look forward to hearing from you
|Gary Fritz||Hotchkiss-Roseridge Cemetery|
"A. F. Hotchkiss was pleased to hear that he had been granted a patent for his invention—an arm rest for telephones. "No more aching arms from holding the receiver to the ear, for it can be raised and lowered to suit the operator." There were high hopes for its wide acceptance"-from Naples Record, 6/1903
|Gary Fritz||A. F. Hotchkiss Information|
A. F. Hotchkiss was pleased to hear that he had been granted a patent for his invention—an arm rest for telephones. "No more aching arms from holding the receiver to the ear, for it can be raised and lowered to suit the operator." There were high hopes for its wide acceptance--source: Naples Record 6/1903
|Brenda Sunday||RE: Madison Culley Allton|
You are very welcome!
|Rick Karr||sarah and amos cooper|
the message on the bottom is just there age when they died.I also took a picture of there son Amos,although his stone has been badly damaged by vandals recently.It is on the end by the road,and is broken.
|Rick Karr||RE: Sarah M. Cooper|
Sorry that you can not read the bottom line.Maybe I can get a close up of it for you.And yes,her husband is on the other side. I took a photo and posted his to his memorial.
|Brenda Sunday||RE: John B. F. Cooper photo request|
You're welcome! And stop, you're making my head swell. I am just trying to fulfill as many requests as possible before my husband and I get back to work. I just don't understand why nobody has done it before me. I'm just glad I could find it for you!
|Tim & Grace||Requesting A Transfer|
I have completed the transfers of your brothers, your Dad and your grandparents. You can add me as a "friend" to your profile. Just click on my name at the left (above the photo of me) and it will take you to my profile page. It should give you the option to [Add to friends] at the top right. You should see your name in my friends list.
Sincerely, "Cousin" Tim
|Kathy Smith||RE: Photo request for Walter E. Murdock|
Hi Connie the stone is flat on the ground. I think it means seaman first class. I am glad I could be of help. Kathy
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