|GMT||John Baker/Marysville Cemetery|
Please review your research for John Baker born 1840, death unknown! Burial records for the Marysville City cemetery do not show a record for this person, nor do any of the local military records. Your memorial is lacking the information to confirm. Please either add more information or remove this memorial to it's proper location.
Added by GMT on Dec 18, 2013 10:34 PM
John, You have added 2 memorials in Chico Cemetery that are duplicates of a third. One is W R Wimmer #42345472 and the other is William R. Wimmer #42689042. The third, fuller memorial is for William Riley Wimmer, a civil war veteran. I suggest you delete your 2 in favor of the more complete memorial and it will help avoid any future confusion. Thanks for your work on behalf of CW veterans. I have added many here in Henderson County, NC even though I have no ancestors in this area. Good to remember their service. Steve
Please go through your memorials and remove any duplicates that you have submitted. Duplicates will be merged into the original memorial. Please do not add duplicates, as doing so can put your account into jeopardy.
Added by Katrina on Nov 15, 2012 9:13 AM
|Judie Latshaw Huff||Mathew Hyer|
You have two memorials in two different cemeteries (Old Pioneer Cemetery, Cedar Fort, Utah and Meadowville Cemetery, Meadowville, Utah)for this individual when he actually is buried in Fort Douglas according to the Record Book of Interments in Post Cemetery at Camp Douglas, U.T. he is buried at Fort Douglas. There is a memorial at Fort Douglas on Find A Grave for him which includes markers.
|J||Watis Batchelor # 46265798|
please delete this memorial, there are three entries for him...
Added by J on Jul 23, 2012 3:03 PM
He is also BURIED in Fort DOuglas Cemetery Fort DOuglas Utah. I also have pictures of his stone.
He was a bugler. He has both a named stone and is on the red sandstone monument in the cemetery. I have pictures of both and work as an intern at Fort DOuglas and spend a fair amount of time in the cemtery. ANY of the soldiers who died in the battle of Bear River, or from wounds (ALL 23) are buried in FOrt Douglas Cemetery.
Added by Kimberly on Oct 02, 2011 5:19 PM
I am fairly certain this is the same guy enough to say this....Private WIlliam Davis 2nd California Cavalry died of wounds recieved at Bear River (now Franklin, Idaho)on 29 Jan 1863. He died in or around Ogden Utah and is BURIED IN FORT DOUGLAS cemetery in Fort Douglas Utah (Near University of Utah). Leastwise the records show his body is in the ground under the stone which bears his name.
I am not sure where you found that he is buried in the Old Pioneer Cemetery at Cedar Fort, but this is the same guy and he is not buried there. For more info email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I have pictures of his grave and work as an intern there.
Added by Kimberly on Oct 02, 2011 5:11 PM
|William||William H Stearns|
Could you please add the parents of William H Stearns using Find-A-Grave Family Links?
Here are his parents and the Family Links ID's for them:
Lyman Stearns 22755389
Rebecca Hines 75035952
Added by William on Sep 30, 2011 2:03 AM
|Ann Hill||W.H. Stearns|
I emailed you but it bounced so I am sending this through the public message.
I have a William H. Stearns that is buried in the cemetery in Tuolome.
There is William H. and a W.H. Stearns both in the same cemetery.
Would you know how to tell which is which? My William was born on 16 Aug 1840 and died on 6 Aug 1868.
Added by Ann Hill on Sep 29, 2011 11:53 AM
|Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History||duplicate: Asa Anthony|
My name is Gary. I'm a volunteer for the Santa Cruz Museum and Art and History. The museum manages Evergreen cemetery in Santa Cruz.
I am working on uploading the entire roster of interred (2000+) onto Findagrave.com .. and noticed that you have duplicate entry for Asa Anthony.
Your entry: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=7957&GRid=42356077&
The earlier entry: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=7957&GRid=10533683&
Please delete your duplicate, or contact the owner of the earlier entry to work out ownership.
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