|Lynn and Ray Fields (#47250044)|
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We live in Vermont on the Connecticut River border with New Hampshire. The area has numerous cemeteries,--most of them are beautiful and well kept. We will be happy to look for gravesites upon request.|
My ancestors are from the North Carolina low country with numerous family members buried in Wilmington and surrounding areas. Ray's ancestors are from Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Quebec.
If you are related to either of us then please, let us know.
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|J.L. Poole||RE: Memorial #12097425|
My line is: GGGG grandfather: Sion Sellers ABT 1775 in North Carolina, GGG grandfather: Leven J. Sellers ABT 1810 in South Carolina, GG grandfather: Samuel S. Sellers, b: ABT FEB 1840 in South Carolina. G grandfather: Samuel Henry Sellers Birth: Nov. 14, 1872; Death: Aug. 14, 1949; of Dog Bluff, n Horry County, SC and father Charlie Alton Sellers of Horry County, SC, East Hartford, "Connecticut, Death Index, 1949-2001". B. June 17, 1903 – D. 09 Mar 1961.
Pvt. Levin James Sellers, Find A Grave Memorial# 105666709
Samuel Henry Sellers, Find A Grave Memorial# 43183399.
Hope this will help.
|marybeth cox||Walter Cataw|
Walter Cataw is the half brother of Lewis Cataw, and they are the son of Clement Cataw. I have their death certificates. I recently had someone take pictures of clements stone and it say father on it. perhaps the father stone is walters wife's father??
|marybeth cox||Walter and Emma Gardner Cataw|
Thanks so much for getting the photo for me. Walter is actually my Great Grandfather Clements brother, the son of James E. Cataw, nephew of Lewis. I appreciate your getting the picture for me as I have been looking for quite sometime on this branch of my family.
|patricia gil||we r related :)|
I so enjoyed viewing all your findings especially the pictures I believe we are cousins my grandmother was Celia Fields, Rays Aunt I believe.My mom is Patricia Celia Carroll this pass year i started doing the family history My sister Catherine has been doing this for years :) so excited to find you guys. I cant wait to tell my Mom tom. Take care and Happy New Year I'm sure I have lots to share with you :)
|Michael Brown||RE: John J. Sydlowski Memorial Page|
I knew John from back in 1969-70 originally in Columbia, last saw him in 1979 or 80 in Charleston. I met him through a mutual friend you may know Richard Schwintek? I saw he had died in The State newspaper and later (once aware of Find a Grave) looked to see if he had a memorial. I found his parents memorial. I knew them and met his sister Lezlee. Thought well of him, considered him a friend. Mike
|PhineasMagoon||RE: Ralph Roberts Grave?|
Hello Ray & Lynn,
Thats wonderful thanks for sharing if you want to upload you can add it as a photo on his grave site. Thats wonderful that you volunteer at the historical society, I have a lot I need to look up in that area! If you ever come across any other newspaper articles on the Roberts, they are all my family and I would love to see what you find! My Grandfather is Richard Roberts(Ralphs brother) and he was also in WW2. Thanks so much for reaching out, excited to see what you found! :)
Have a great day!
|PhineasMagoon||RE: Ralph Roberts Grave?|
Hello Lynn & Ray!
Thank you so much for reaching out. We would absolutely love to see what you have. Ralph is my mothers uncle. He has one living daughter and my mother would love to share whatever you have with her cousin. I just added his memorial to the cemetery where he is buried and will add more information on him later if you would like to add whatever you have as a photo to his memorial please feel free too. Ralphs memorial #: 119494642. Thanks again it was very thoughtful of you both to reach out to us!
|khabarovsk||Jessie Jean's grave|
Thank you for taking the time to find her grave-marker all the way up in White River Junction and photograph it for me. She is a distant cousin of mine whom I never met. I just photographed a local grave in Mass. requested from California whom has never been out East, and they too were happy to see something so far away. Let's keep this thing going!
|Janet Muff||RE: orline white peabody|
I wasn't asking for the memorial #, but confirming that I should transfer the memorial to your find-a-grave membership #. I assume that's what you want and have made the transfer,
|Phyllis Day||Marie Richards photo|
Thanks for the photo. My golden retriever nudged the keys as I tried this a few minutes ago. Good to know you're in the White River area. You never know.
Phyllis Day, Cape Cod
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