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JD (#47083596)
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Victoria Taylor-True
HI ..
William Halsey 38618479 and Rachel Cobb Halsey 38618536 are dups
would you delete them ..
notation in flowers of the original memorial ..
I sent email in Feb but it could have gotten lost in email flow ..
thanks so much
Added by Victoria Taylor-True on Oct 14, 2015 12:01 PM
George Washington Belcher

You have George Washington Belcher burial site as unknown. He is buried in Wilson Cemetery in Draffin, Pike County, Kentucky along with many descendents.

Added by Angela on Mar 03, 2015 3:41 PM
Nancy (Mayo) Bishop
Belcher Family
I tried to send you an email to the address you had listed for your FTM page, and it bounced. So, I am including the email here below. I hope to hear back from you, you can email me at
Thank you.

I am writing because I found your web page again, where you mention me.
You seem to question the ancestry of some of your Belcher descendants,
pertaining to the Bishop/Bischoff lines.
I have worked very hard all these years to verify what I now know
about the ancestry of the Bishop line. Last November, my family and I
were able to place grave markers on the original burial sites of Hans
Johannes Bischoff and his wives, and this was indeed a moment of
honor. I have also retrieved his death date from the D.A.R.; which was
by the way, July 30, 1806, exactly in place in the timeline I
researched for him.
The reason I am writing is partially due to the above mentioned, to
let you know that there are verified facts that led to the statements
I have made all these years.
The second reason I am writing is I saw the picture of William E.
Bishop Jr. that you have on your site, and would like to know where
you found that, as well as if you have any others.
Thank you,
Added by Nancy (Mayo) Bishop on Aug 23, 2010 5:39 PM
Nancy (Mayo) Bishop
Bishop's and Belcher's
Just a quick note here. I see you must be related through William Bishop Sr's daughter Nancy who married James Davidson Belcher. My husband is a descendant of Nancy's brother Miles Bishop. I've been researching this family for years, and am hoping to get some locations on burials of some of the descendants that I know never left Pike County. Also looking for pictures of any of the descendants.
Nice to see you on here, and 'meet you'. Thanks,
Added by Nancy (Mayo) Bishop on Sep 01, 2009 3:37 PM
Jerry Ernsberger Jr.
Jacob Westrich
Again thank you for another photo, this time of Jacob Westrich. Graceland is a well kept cemetery, I hope that it was not a distant trip for you.
Added by Jerry Ernsberger Jr. on May 27, 2009 2:27 PM
Jerry Ernsberger Jr.
John Westrich/Louise Westrich
Thank for the photo of Louise Westrich's tombstone. Could you move this photo to Louise Westrich? Reading German is not easy for me. The reason I know this photo is for Louise is that the tombstone reads "daughter of" and that John was married twice and had three sons. I wrote a similar message for the group photo, and I appreciate the time and effort on your part to take these photos for me. Welcome to Find-A-Grave. Taking photos for others is adictive, as the people I look for become family. The travelling to various cemeteries is an adventure too.
Added by Jerry Ernsberger Jr. on May 27, 2009 2:24 PM
Jerry Ernsberger Jr.
John Westrich/Louise Westrich
Thank you for the photo of the daughter of J&M Westrich, only it is really that of Louise Westrich. If possible could you move the photo to Louise Westrich. Thank you for your time visiting my great-great grandparents. I usually talk to the people that I am photographing their tombstones and say something like, someone is looking for you and now they will know where you are and that you are remembered.
Added by Jerry Ernsberger Jr. on May 27, 2009 2:15 PM
Jerry Ernsberger Jr.
Mathidla Westrich
Thank you for the photo of Mathilda's tombstone. Now with the darker image the inscription is easier to read. The verse in German may now be read and translated.
Added by Jerry Ernsberger Jr. on May 27, 2009 2:07 PM
Jerry Ernsberger Jr.
Mariana Gaul
Thank you again, for the photo of Mariana's tombstone.
Added by Jerry Ernsberger Jr. on May 27, 2009 2:05 PM
Jerry Ernsberger Jr.
Jacob Gaul
Thank you for the photo of Jacob Gaul's tombstone. I noticed that I had the year of death wrong, now after your photo the correct year was entered.
Added by Jerry Ernsberger Jr. on May 27, 2009 2:03 PM
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