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Thank you for including my mother in Sara's description. May I ask another favor? In parens, would you mind putting "Mrs. Thomas F. Mullaney"? It was mom's name at the time of Sara's death. I'm finding as I get more and more into this genealogy stuff that leaving as many clues as possible helps people to connect.
As for Elisabeth Ferguson's birthplace, I looked at notes from my mother and she indicated "Liverpool?" So, who knows?!
Thanks again for doing all this.
Best wishes, Harriet
|Vicki Edwards||Livona Marion Rood Webster|
Hello Again Skye,
Just recd a message from Find A Grave that you accepted the link for the above ancestor (#39764859) to her parents. Thank you.
I'm unsure if you have control over this, but her memorial now shows all of her siblings as "half siblings". This is incorrect as 3 of them are full siblings, i.e., also children of Jays S. and Lucy Ann Bishop Smith.
Lucy was Jay Rood's 1st wife (you note this in text on Livona's memorial) with whom she had Livona and the 3 Rood children who died young and are buried with their father, Jay S. Rood at Ray's Corners. After Jay S. Rood died, Lucy remarried to a man named Smith producing her new surname.
(The 2 children who are indeed half siblings of Livona's are the last 2 on the list: Charlie E. Smith and Roy C. Smith.)
If you are able to correct the "Half Sibling" to "Sibling" for Imerta, Emmor and Florence Rood, that would place all the children in the correct relationships.
Thanks for your help with this if you can.
Find A Grave #47594137
|Vicki Edwards||Transfer Request - Rood's|
I'm researching my Rood ancestors and have discovered many of my line in the Oakdale Cemetery in Jefferson, Ashtabula County thru your creation of their memorials, thank you so much.
I would like to ask if you would be willing to transfer those I have confirmed are in my ancestry. They are:
Dewey, Alzina A Rood
Rood, Delia P. Gleason
Rood, Florence I
Rood, Henry C
Rood, Jennett H
Rood, Maud H
Squires, Alice A Rood
Thanks so much for all the work you have obviously done in this cemetery. I look forward to hearing from you when you have time to get to this request.
Find A Grave #47594137
Skye, Thank you for agreeing to make the changes to Sara's description.
Given the circumstances within the family, I do not know much about Elisabeth Ferguson Mulholland. I believe that she was born in June 1853 in Liverpool, England. Hezekiah doesn't sound familiar but who knows.
I can tell you that we have many Eli(s/z)abeths in our lineage. She used the "s" form. It was probably Sara's (sometimes with the "h") middle name and was my mother's first name. She switched to the "z" form for my middle name. ☺
I told my brother about this find and that I had written you to ask that our mother be included. We both thank you.
|HarrietEliz||Sara "Sadie" Mulholland Purple|
re Willoughby Village Cemetery
I just found this post and am still in shock. Sara Mulholland Andrews was my maternal grandmother. Sadly, she and my grandfather, Henry John Andrews, divorced and she essentially abandoned my mother, Elisabeth Katherine Andrews.
If you could make a couple of corrections and an addition, I would appreciate it.
Henry J. Andrews was born in Pt. Huron, MI on February 18, 1886 (not in 1883).
Sara's mother was Elisabeth Ferguson (not Baker).
Sara and Henry's daughter, Elisabeth Katherine Andrews, was born on June 18, 1910 in Cleveland, OH.
If you could let me know if this is possible, I would appreciate it. This is incredible information for our family. Thank you!
|Randi Bowersox Peterson||Peterson Connection|
I see that you have many Peterson memorials. I was wondering your connection? I see you have Meredith Glen Peterson 46551133 which would be my closest relative. Would love to collaborate!
|Judd||Agnes R McGowan 51917765|
Regarding the information about the adoption. I knew that she was adopted but not her parents name. What is your source, can I get a copy of it?
Thanks for the help.
Added by Judd on Aug 26, 2014 3:51 AM
|Susan McMahan||Mary Stump Rummell|
Sorry about that. Mary Stump is definitely Henry's wife. I was just adding his parents......
|Ron Vest||Ernest Vest Mem #116448681|
Regarding the bio on this memorial, you have cited other family trees to address his mother & father, grandparents and great grandparents.
Do you have any documentation other the "other family trees"? I would think using family trees as a resource before verifying their data would be a very risky business.
I am currently trying to verify this information but so far have NOT been able to verify most of it.
Please advise your documentation other than "family trees".
Added by Ron Vest on Aug 15, 2014 12:49 PM
|Hope Simpson||Marjorie Finnicum Rosewag|
I was wondering if her parents, Franklin Pierce Miller and Ruth May Norton Miller are buried at Fairview Cemetery. If I remember correctly Marjorie died in PA so I was wondering if this was a family plot because her brother is buried next to her. Also how do I get information from the cemetery. I can't seem to find a phone number or address on-line.
Thank you so much for any help you can give me.
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