|Tom Cook (#47114965)|
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I've been chasing tombstones since 1992. Traveling thousands of miles and always having an adventure.|
I always like to share my finds with others. Find a grave.com is just another way for me to share my information.
The surnames I research are Cook, Trader, VanDyne/Vandine/VanDuyn, McKimmie, Fankhouser, Furbee and Postlethwait
I am a direct descendant of Mayflower passengers Stephan Hopkins and his daughter Constance.
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|Larry Mathis||RE: Lynn/Gray|
Tom, I'll e-mail her, Thanks
|Larry Mathis||RE: Inez Lynn Gray|
Thanks, Tom. I'm talking to Debbie Camp Upchurch. I'll tell her what you said. She is through Dewey Lynn line. Her mother is Jean Lynn Camp. Aunt Louise Lynn Chandler.
|Stone Reader||RE: Infimary Cemetery|
Thank you for making the updates.
|janicet||RE: Sophia Merryman headstone photo|
Hi Tim - thanks - I did contact them and found that the transcription came from a 1900 book (which I happen to own). I especially appreciate your photo. This is a significant ancestor in our family and so amazing to find her just in the past few months. Regards, Janice
Added by janicet on Aug 08, 2013 9:10 PM
|janicet||Sophia Merryman headstone photo|
Thank you so much for uploading this photo into her memorial #86229274. She is my 3rd great grandmother and the family has had some problems with her documentation. I see that the memorial has these dates for her:
Mar. 16, 1790
Death: Jul. 26, 1881
and this inscription: Note: wife of Migagah (which is the clincher, her husband was known as Micajah Merryman)
I have a question about the dates - the DAR has documentation that she was born Birth 3 - Mar - 1790 and died 4 - Aug - 1881. Did you supply those dates from your headstone reading? I want to make notes as to the sources of her dates. I always transcribe the headstone for findagrave even if it is shown to be different from official documents. Also, this photo looks like it comes from some sort of headstone photo taken long ago. If so, could you tell me where it came from so I can properly document it? She is a missing piece for a link in an ancestor for the DAR and also for the Pilgrim Society so I want to make sure I know what we have here. Thank you so much for whatever you can tell me. Regards, Janice
Added by janicet on Aug 07, 2013 7:18 PM
|Lorna DiRe||Susan Rush Dunham|
Thanks for the transfer. It is greatly appreciated.
|caroltee||RE: Wm Moore|
Thank you so much for the transfer. Carol
Added by caroltee on Jun 20, 2013 4:16 PM
Thank you for the photo.
Added by lm on Jun 05, 2013 11:47 PM
|Karen Tagliente||Davd and Frances Cope|
Thank you so much for taking the time to look for these graves. I took the information from Davids Death Cert. Maybe a headstone was never erected. Sorry to use up you time looking. Hoping it was not a wasted trip and you were able to fill other requests. Karen
|James J Henderson||William Henderson grave|
Thank you Tom, for the photo of the William Henderson stone in Hines Cemetery.
James J Henderson
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