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|jdc||Find A Grave Memorial# 105419159|
REf Memorial John Henry Stewart - Do you have any additional information on Mr. Stewart? I am trying to determine if he has a connection in my family tree. The person linked as his father (Henry D. Stewart) is correctly in my tree, but I am wondering if this is connected correctly. I am just not sure this man is Henry's son. Thank you for any assistance.
Added by jdc on Sep 21, 2016 4:11 PM
|Ann Williams||RE: Richard Vermeulen|
Hello, My family has known Mr. Dicky for a very long time. His last wife, Bea is my aunt. Let me look for the pictures and I will send you copies. Ann
|CameraLady||RE: Jesse Jones Photo request|
You're very welcome! I just wanted to make you aware that the spelling on the marker was different from the memorial page. When you are able to get to the cemetery, it's probably best to ask someone in the office to take you to the site if you've never been there before. That part of Section 1 is really lovely and peaceful, but it's also confusing and doesn't seem to match the cemetery maps. I'd hate for you to wander around there not knowing you're in the wrong spot and not be able to find the grave.
Thank you for your AWESOME work photographing these memorials!! I have never been to Florida, but my ggg-grandfather and his family were pioneers there. I will take a look a little later and update the memorials based on subsequent research. My family is related by blood to Sherrod McCall, dear friend of Jonathan Robinson (at least), and the Lines descendants took in my gg-grandfather and his brother when they were orphaned. These people were part of the Revolutionary patriotic generation who then built new communities. Thanks for your work in helping preserve these memorials. I am told the cemetery is hard to get to. If you have any other photos of the area, please message me.
|Barbara||RE: Anton Cywinski|
So glad you will add the info -- to see those who have been in Florida for years and know who, during the early 1900's to 1960's era, helped make up Florida is interesting to me.
Added by Barbara on Dec 30, 2012 9:51 AM
|Bob Collins||RE: Nathaniel Thurston Photo|
Click on the photo to enlarge it and reveal a detailed caption that may help clear up any mystery.