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|Jeanne||RE: Valleriah's name|
Hi Dan, I was just visiting my Uncle Robert and we discussed your email. He is still trying to verify the information. When he does confirm it all, then I will make the corrections. I want to make sure the info is right before I do. Thank you for bringing it to my attention. I try to do a good job so everyone in the family can learn about our past relatives.
Added by Jeanne on Jul 06, 2014 12:27 PM
|Rachel Keller||Tanner relatives at Oak Hill Cemetery|
Would you add the plot numbers to these memorial at Oak Hill Cemetery
William Tanner : Original Sec. Block 10, Lot 2, Space 2
Helen Tanner: Original Sec. Block 10, Lot 2, Space 3
|Jeanne||RE: Thank You so much Jeanne|
You can thank my Uncle for a lot of the information and records on the internet for the rest. I decided after my father died last April that I wanted to get all the information I could so my families could find their roots. I like that this site is free to anybody. Nice to meet another family member! I'm glad you found the puzzle pieces you were missing. If everybody shared information we could all get that puzzle put together. My mother is a Brown. I am still trying to tie it all together and verify information but sometimes people on here sadly won't cooperate. I would be glad to share with you what I do know about the family. My search is not complete yet and I try to find more information when I have time. I would love to be able to trace them as far back as I can.
Added by Jeanne on Jan 21, 2014 6:17 PM
William's wife does have a headstone, she remarried and is listed on this site with that husband's last name, Howard. His first wife is listed first on the same headstone with Sarah.
Added by Marna on Jul 15, 2009 9:24 AM
|Danielle Adams||Elizabeth Anne Fowler|
Grandpa Jack gave me a document put together by his cousin with information on Richard Fowler's family. According to that, the cause of death was pnemonia. I'm not sure where I got the mother's maiden name. It looks like I may have found it on family search. If you would like a copy of the document, I'd be happy to e-mail it to you.
|Ryan Douglas||Lewis & Sarah Tanner, et al.|
Hello there, just thought I'd let you know there were several other people buried with Lewis & Sarah Tanner at Fair Haven Union Cemetery, New Haven.
I have added memorials for the following people:
Norman A. Tanner, 1845-1920.
Anna Tanner, 1849-1849.
Lilly Tanner, 1854-1854.
Ally Tanner, 1851(?)-1856.
Van Buren Lamb, 1870-1915.
Ida Lewie Tanner, 1860-1937.
YOU ARE MOST WELCOME. WILLIAM IS IN GRAVE 4 SECTION A. OF THE 8 FINCH'S THERE 4 DO NOT HAVE INDIVIDUAL STONES, JUST A LARGE MONUMENT.
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