|Matthew Patterson (#47276022)|
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I gladly make additions/corrections to memorials so please click "edit" on the memorial and submit your information.|
My photos are yours to use for personal ancestry purposes.
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|colleen f||Emerson Hester|
Hi just wonder what the name on the tumb stone next to Emerson Hester was? I see one side is Cammie but can't read who other person is. I'd appreciate that info. Thanks Colleen
Thank you for the the updates, they are appreciated!
Added by Honor on Nov 16, 2014 11:42 PM
Thank you so very much for the transfer of my great-great grandmother. I truly appreciate it!
Added by Swangirl on Oct 12, 2014 9:22 PM
|Telephoneman54||Delete grave, please|
The memorial you show for Thomas Widney (#81677125) is actually Thomas Widmeyer (#67701924). That military stone is hard to read and I will recommend it for replacement.
|dantcarrier||RE: Mary Johnston Widney grave photo|
okay Matthew, thanks for that; I was thinking that the Find-a-grave photo was a compressed file, and that the photo you took might be blown-up for more clarity. Dan Carrier, Dallas firstname.lastname@example.org
|dantcarrier||Mary Johnston Widney grave photo|
Matthew, I was wondering if you had a larger jpeg file for my Mary JOHNSTON Widney (Find A Grave Memorial# 72183907) that I might obtain. Her stone (as well as the broken one for her husband) are very worn and it is difficult to read the inscriptions. Thank you for your consideration. Dan Carrier, email@example.com
|hgirdley||FRICKEL (Liber Cemetery)|
Matthew, Thank you for the headstone shots for Anna Frickel (?-1868) and John Frickel (?-1873) buried in Liber Cemetery, Jay, IN. My 2nd great grandparents were Frickel, buried in Boundary Cemetery, Jay, IN ~ they are one of my brick-walls. My guess is Anna and John are somehow related - but it is difficult to read the inscriptions from your photos so my question is to see if you perhaps have the inscription written down? Meanwhile, I'll delve into their names to determine if there is somehow a relationship. The only other Frickel I've found in IN is a Jacob (1798-1865) in Ripley, IN. Of course, I live in California so can't visit these sites personally. Thanks for any insight, Harriet.
Added by hgirdley on May 04, 2014 11:45 AM
|Wayne Adamson||RE: Lula E. Butler|
Thanks so much. Yes, the death listing from the Dayton newspaper was that she was buried in Woodland but since she was listed in Old Greencastle, I assumed that she was actually buried there. Very confusing. Her mother (my grandmother) Sylvia Adamson was, in fact, buried in Woodland; I added a marker there some years ago. Her dad, Luther Adamson was buried in the Military Cemetery in Dayton.
|Carolyn Whitaker||Lewis Ross Tombstone|
I am curator of the Humboldt Museum in Kansas and am working on a project of the migration of the Ross slaves to Kansas. I want to know if you will give me permission to use your tombstone photo in my publication. I will absolutely give you credit for the photo. This will be for non-profit. Thank you.
|Wayne Adamson||Lula E. Butler|
If you could provide a photo of the gravestone for Lula E. Butler I would appreciate it. She was my aunt. I wasn't quite sure how to edit the records. Her birth name was Lulu E. Adamson (not Lula) but somehow because of errors by those copying down records or poor writing, she has been identified as Lula instead of Lulu. She was born in Clare, NY in 1889 and was the daughter of Luther Adamson and Sylvia Brown Adamson. Sylvia was buried in Woodland Cemetery in 1909. I am 99% sure that this is my aunt but if there was a stone marker, I would love to have a picture of it.
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