|Kim Curlin Wettroth (#47222719)|
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Researching my family - Curlin, Chadick, Barth, Galloway, Stevens, Haddan, Hollinshead, Lewis, etc!|
Researching my husband's family - Wettroth, Wetteroth, Vandervelde, Walter, Berg, Hinde, Ryan, etc!
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|Leilani||RE: Elizabeth Eliza|
Thank you so much for letting me know about my mistake, I already deleted all the photos. Sadly, my computer crashed 2 years ago and I lost a lot of photos, including the ones I took in that cemetery. I still have to check some of the pen drives I have, if I find her photos, I'll upload them.
Added by Leilani on Jul 31, 2015 6:33 PM
|archtype||RE: Mildred Warner Washington|
I would suggest posting the photo of the plaque with its location and transcription noted in the description, on the original cenotaph page.
Added by archtype on Nov 02, 2014 4:59 PM
|archtype||Mildred Warner Washington|
Find A Grave Memorial# 117265765 appears to be a recent duplicate and should be deleted.
Although there is a plaque placed in her memory at Warner / Hall Graveyard, she is not listed among the very limited burials there.
Her cenotaph, with her husband,
[Find A Grave Memorial# 21513], at
George Washington Birthplace National Monument *
Colonial Beach, Westmoreland County, Virginia, USA
Plot: Popes Creek Plantation
Indicates her burial is at
St Nicholas Church,
Added by archtype on Oct 22, 2014 9:39 PM
|J. G. in NC||Alzina BOWEN|
The data published is from an online search. What you do not see is that she married Horace D. BUTLER (Memorial #47532758). They had the following children:
Hartwell C. BUTLER (1832 – 1913)
Charles D. BUTLER (1834 – 1913)
Jasper E. BUTLER (1837 – 1904)
Horace Russell BUTLER (1839 – 1909)
Loretta L. BBUTLER (1841 – 1875)
Oliva D. BUTLER (1845 – 1918)
Lydia A. BUTLER (1848 – 1918)
Arthur M. BUTLER (1851 – 1919)
Alzina was born in Madison County, NY and presumably died 18 Apr 1949 in Otto, Cattaraugus County, NY.
Unfortunately, New York state is notorious for not providing records or indexes that are over 100 years old as many other states do. For this reason, proof may be difficult. Furthermore, the first US Census records that listed family members started in 1850, after Alzina was married and having children.
I hope the information above is of help. Good luck!
Thank you for the transfer! : )
Added by TXGENIE on Mar 03, 2014 1:53 PM
|Kaaren Crail Vining||Mildred Reade Warner|
I havent been to this cemetery. Evidently Thomas was able to take a picture after your visit so I assume if was rebuilt from the rubble.
Good gravehunting. KCV
|archtype||RE: Warner Hall Cemetery|
I am maintaining those memorials, got your inscriptions and will be happy to add whatever information you would like to the site.
Added by archtype on Aug 24, 2013 2:18 PM
|RoadRunner||RE: Laura Lucretia Benseman Barth|
I transferred Laura's memorial to you and will send you the jpg picture of her grave. It was pretty weathered and the writing was getting faded.
Thank you for adding the Galloway family grave photos from Galloway Cemetery. I really appreciate your doing so!
Added by Lanie on Feb 22, 2013 7:53 AM
|Janice Erbe Mackey||Cynthia Curlin|
Just wanted to let you know I left pictures of Cynthia's grave on her memorial. I didn't know if you have ever seen the grave.
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