|Missy Corley (#47187746)|
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I am the owner of Bayside Research Services, LLC, in Easton, Md., where I am a genealogist and personal archivist.|
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|Jim Johnson||Caniel (Daniel) Corley|
Missy, I just saw your request on Daniel Corley, 1747-1807. In my research, I found his name as Caniel. Can you confirm how you feel it might be Daniel instead? He was my 6x Great-grandfather. My line comes down from him through Jonathan Cheatham Corley, Bryant Corley, Sarah Corley Redington. Thanks.
|Loyal Limb||RE: Another Thank You|
You're welcome. I'm glad I could help.
|Jessica||San Fernando cemetery lookup|
Hey Missy. I saw that you have requested a picture of Jose Curbelo's gravestone in the San Fernando cemetery. I am a descendent of his and tried to locate his grave last weekend. Unfortunately, when the cathedral was renovated many years ago, they dug up all the graves and moved them. No one could tell me where they were moved to. I tried to get into Cemetery #1 as that is the next oldest, but the gates were already locked by the time I got there. If I get down there again soon, I will search and see if I can find him. :)
Added by Jessica on Apr 11, 2014 4:49 PM
|John W||RE: Thank you!|
I am happy to help. Since you provided the locations it was really easy.
Added by John W on Oct 14, 2013 10:48 PM
|BJShields||Gulia Maduline Hopkins|
Thank you for putting the photo on 96840122 and for letting me know about her name. I've made the correction.
|Carrie (Osborne) Damon||RE: Thank you!|
I'm so glad I was able to find it...don't know how I missed it the first time, it's right next to a lovely tree.
Thanks for pointing that at. Looking at the stone, the first letters in the 3 names are larger than the rest.
Have a good evening,
|Thomas A Hawkins||Ebenezer Wild Copps Hill Burying Ground|
Thank you Missy for the suggestions. Ebenezer's memorial has been updated.
|Andrea Kreeger Waters||RE: Sherwood United Methodist Church Cemetery|
Actually I think you go past the church a bit, take a left and another left. But the way I found the cemetery was walking behind the church. In the back toward the right you can see it through the trees. It is surrounded by a chain link fence and I had to climb over some of the neighbors 'junk' and the fence to get in. That is why I don't know exactly how to tell you get inside.
|Bob Fornal||The Larrimores|
Thank you for getting the photo of their headstone ... these are my wife's relatives and it means the world to us!
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