|Nancy Lane Hall (#47270130)|
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I live in Southern Delaware and have been involved in genealogy research for about 25 years. I know how exciting it can be when you find a new bit of information about a family member. My husband enjoys taking rides so going out to search for a cemetery and a headstone winds up being a nice day out for us and hopefully we can, also, find a family grave for someone and make their day a little brighter, too.|
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|David P. Wilson||Louisa J Truitt Lank (1849-1922), Seaford, DE Odd Fellows Cem.|
Hi, Nancy. Early yesterday I sent you a family linking request and, separately, an updates SAC request message, via Find A Grave edits, for Louisa J. Lank who's buried in Seaford's Odd Fellows Cemetery. Please check to see if you've received those requests/messages, as the SAC may have gone to your spam e-mails folder, and the family linking request is something you'd not necessarily notice unless you were aware to check your Edits tab atop your Find A Grave home page (not everyone yet realizes that tab's up there, and I don't believe Find A Grave ever sends us notification e-mails when someone submits one of those to us). Louisa's maiden name and last name at death both need changing in her memorial as she was, in fact, nee Knowles (not Truitt), and her last name at death was Truitt, rather than Lank, since Lank was her first husband, and Truitt was her final husband. So, some very important adjustments need to be made, and also linking Louisa's memorial to her parents' memorials is likewise important and invaluable, as then it immediately puts her in a whole additional family context, with several listed siblings, etc. If any questions, please don't hesitate to let me know. Thanks. Best regards, Dave Wilson
|Willard T. Russell||Message received|
Thanks for the directions. I had found it but did not know its name.
Its a shame but someone has knocked over some of the markers.
|LouJane Adams Wills||Martha Penelope Matthews Reedy (Dec. 15, 1868 - Nov. 1, 1898)|
I recently took photos of all of the headstones at Marcus Hill and entered them on findagrave. I went back and checked my folder for Marcus Hill. I found photos of several broken and/or illegible stones, but there is not one for her that I was able to identify. If you know who she is buried beside, I could go back and try to see if hers is one of those.
|Russ Pickett||RE: Macedonia Cemetery - Veterans|
Thanks for letting me know Nancy. I appreciate it!
|Bill Bloom||RE: John Barber and Mary Jane Armstrong|
Hello Nancy. You are welcome. It's fun to be able to help people tracing their family trees. We have a number of Blooms buried there, which is how I became interested in the cemetery. Chester Rural has a wonderful staff that is very helpful and keep the place looking beautiful. It's an oasis in a busy neighborhood.
|Sheila Peascheck||RE: William & Anna M Hall|
You are all very welcome! I am sure they are in the Sunnyside Section although I could not tell you the row and graves they are in. Arlington Cemetery is extremely large and the sections themselves are huge. I still have not seen any markers in the individual sections to even begin to figure out how to determine what row is what.
I am glad to be of help if you have any other requests in the Drexel Hill/Upper Darby area!
|Russ Pickett||LeRoy Ford|
Hi Nancy, Thank you very much for the Photo of his grave site. LeRoy was "Killed In Action" during World War II. I'm working on a webpage on the Maryland Soldiers who gave their all during the war and this photo truly helps in his rememberance! That page is located at:
Thanks Again, Russ Pickett
|Larry Jester||John Elton Thawley photo|
Thank you so very much for taking the time and effort to locate and take a photo of this headstone for me. God Bless!
|Mad||Rev. Thomas Moore|
Thank you for taking the time to take the picture
I appreciate it very much
Added by Mad on Mar 03, 2011 4:32 PM
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