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|BobBoston||NO STONE IN HIS MEMORY EXISTS|
Jody, I received this request in the email. Makes NO sense to request a photo when it clearly states there is none.
Greetings from Find A Grave...
A Find A Grave photo request has just been made in your area. If you are able to take this photograph, please read the 'Instructions for Photographers' paragraph at the end of this email.
Name: William Copp (1589 - Feb. 27, 1670)
Plot: no stone in his memory exists
Link to MEMORIAL: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=6624541
Copps Hill Burying Ground, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
Map available. Please click cemetery link below.
Link to CEMETERY: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=640795
Requesting contributor: jodygee (email@example.com)
Link to CONTRIBUTOR: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=46992069.
|Chris ||RE: 91518595|
Hi: Adolph C. Dittmer was married to two women named Auguste. After Auguste Emma Weitschat Dittmer died in 1918, he married Auguste Radusch Sepull (widow of Gustave E) on October 28, 1920 in Detroit. When Adolph died, he was buried with "Emma" in Section B, Lots 316, 317. When Auguste Radusch Sepull Dittmer died in 1964, she was buried with her first husband Gustave E. Sepull. The Auguste who appears in the 1940 census is his second wife. I hope this helps...
Added by Chris on Jan 23, 2013 12:55 PM
|The Lady in Black||Thomas & Frances Wall @ Woodmere|
I posted photos on their memorial pages that are different from the one that was there. I just happened to be in that section looking for a photo request, and took extra photos. Let me know if you don't like them and I'll remove them.
|Marrianne||RE: Lothrop Hill|
Oh no problem. It was fun, plus I managed to get other photos that was on the list and didn't claim. Even my husband had fun.
|Kathy Line||RE: Huldah Ann Tripp|
I come to Huldah thru marriage. Enos is my 2nd great grand Uncle and his parents are my 3rd Great Grandparents. Michael and Rebecca Margaret Densil McDowell. My Maiden name is Esterline. If you want to see my tree and get what pictures I have you are welcome. But I use Family Tree Make and I have not copied over to Ancestry for a while even though I am on Ancestry. My E-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. Enos' sister Susan A. is my 2 Great grandmother 6 Mar 1837--1 Jan 1929 F.A.G. # 30085734, she married James W. Walters 8 Aug 1835--15 April 1919 both died in Osseo, Hillsdale, Mi. But can't seem to find where James is buried. Anyway there daughter Loretta Lovell Walters 13 Oct. 1866--30 Nov. 1941 F.A.G. # 31373681, married my grandfather, on 30 Dec 1882 In Hillsdale, John David Esterline 18 Mar 1852--29 Dec. 1939. F.A.G. 31373669. Both are buried at Cambria Cem. #1 Hillsdale, Mi. They had my grand Father James Franklin Esterline who Married my grand Mother Mary Jane Sutterby and they are buried at Rowe Cem. Elkhart Co., Indiana. They in turn had my dad Robert Frederick Esterline Buried in Rice Cem. Elkhaet Co., Ind. and my mom Lillian Evedean Breden buried at Osceola Cem. also in Elkhart. And then there was me! LOL So this is how I am related to Huldah. Great talking to ya. Have a great Day! :)Kathy
|Kathy Line||Huldah Tripp|
Hi it's me again. Isaiah was born 1807 and died 1880 and Polly (also refured to as Ann) born 1815 and died 1879 and her maiden name was Jenkins. If you are not related to them and would like to transfer them to me I would love to have them. I am also a graver. Thanks for your hard work. Kathy
|Kathy Line||Huldah Ann Tripp|
My name is Kathy Line, Hildah is my 2nd Great grand Aunt in law, married to Enos McDowell # 27670106. Huldah's # is 52623691. They are buried in East Hill Cemetery and I noticed yo8u did not have much on her so I will give you what I have if you do not mind. Huldah Ann Tripp McDowell B. 24 Aug. 1844 in Dix, Chemung Co., New York. D. 5 Sept. 1914 in Jefferson Twp., Hillsdale Co., Michigan. (I tried to find Dix New York but it is not in my world Atlas but is on the 1850 census, so I am guessing they changed the name of the town.) She was married to Enos McDowell on 22 Dec 1861 in Jefferson Twp., Hillsdale Co., Mich. they had 7 kids:
1. Emma 1861-1927
2. Charles 1862-1901
3. Wesley E. 1870-1949
4. Fontell 1871-1928
5. Authur Albert 1874-1952
6. John Enos 1880-1896 F.A.G. Mem # 27670092
7. Elsie M. 1881-1967
Her parents were Isaiah and Polly (unknown)Tripp. Huldah had 3 Sisters:
1. Hannah abt. 1843-
2. Mariah 1842-1939
3. Elsie abt. 1849
and 3 brothers:
1. William Henry 1852-1930 wife Savina
2. Theadore 1856-1874
3. George abt. 1861
|Gail||RE: August Weitschat|
It means that the records in the cemetery office show that there is no headstone. The person is there; it just has no headstone.
Added by Gail on Feb 14, 2012 3:33 PM
|Alby||RE: Mercy Raymond|
you are quite welcome, Mrs Raymonds tombstone is in remarkably good condition for it's age. Also, the Gee family is well represented in the same Old Stone Church cemetery.
Added by Alby on Dec 05, 2011 5:02 PM
|Dana Spencer||RE: Timothy Spencer|
Thanks for response
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