|Geraldine Barnett (#47309755)|
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on previous grave sites I may be listed as Geraldine Market and I have limited management of Elliot on FAG. I belong to the Wabash Valley Genealogy Society of Terre Haute, Ind & serve on the Cemetery Committee and Newsletter Committee. I am a retired nurse, enjoy my grandchildren (family), photography, traveling and of course, genealogy. Surnames-Stewart, Starkey, Stevens(brick wall-need Midland, Maryland, mine connection), Market, Hutson, Jackson, Gregg/Gragg, Nevins, Wallace, Lawson and now Barnett, Sparks & Fiscus- thanks so much for all you do fellow gravers. I appreciate all the help you all have been to me.|
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|Cindy Taylor-Matuse||Bonebrake - Simms|
Thank you again for the transfers. I really do appreciate all the additions to findagrave. Not just the memorials, but all the tons of pictures. If I ever make it back up that way, we need to meet so I can buy you lunch. Thanks again.
|David Wilson||Mary MacDonald - #123159218|
Thank you for the transfer.
|Bill Durham||RE: MTGirl|
Thanks so very much, I will try this. If I forget, send me a message and I let you know how it turns out. Again Thanks
|Bill Durham||RE: Berta|
Please let me know how you are communicating directly with findagrave and the results you are getting. Thanks. I hope to get MTGirl memorials and start transferring the information that I have. Again, thanks
|Karen Jackson Lubovich||RE: Rosemary|
I would love to manage my Jackson Family.
Thank you ,
|E Hilbert||RE: Darr|
Thank you. If you need anymore info, let me know. I'm trying to parse though the descendants of Anna Barbara Hilbert who married Melchior Derr in Pennsylvania. All their sons moved to North Carolina, becoming Darrs along the way. This one was a puzzler until I found a bio of his grandson, George W. Darr of Vermilion County, Illinois.
|E Hilbert||Rachael Darr Burks|
Rachel is linked to the wrong Darr family. The David and Mary (incorrectly identified as Mary Sappingfield Darr) she is linked to were from Virginia.
Rachel and her family were from North Carolina and her parents lived, and died, in Parke County, and are presumably buried there. They have not yet been added to Find a Grave.
To confirm this, the 1830 census shows the Parke County Darrs having 6 daughters; the Kosciusko County Darrs only had one.
|Karen ||Hello-looking for resting place of family of Martha Hildebrand|
hello-I am looking for Fred & Katherine Rosenau -parents of Martha Hildebrand.Fred lived in California-prior to that Spokane,WA.Katherine passed in Spokane.Also resting places of children --Martha,Pauline I'm aware of--Fred came from Canada-I'm his great-niece.I have cousins that may know-but in case they dont...I am putting this request out.Karen
Added by Karen on Apr 09, 2015 8:15 PM
|Jean-Luc Coubronne||RE: Faidhere|
Thank you for adding my information. According to the decennial tables of Vermelles, Germaine MEHAY (Germanie FAIDHERBE) was born on May 13th, 1892 (not March 13th). But I cannot certify it because the genuine records are not online yet.
As for Félix FAIDHERBE (Phelix), I am sure that he was born on November 11th, 1887 (not September 11th, 1888). I can send you his birth certificate if you like. I guess (partly) the origin of the mistake. Until 1900, 9bre did not mean the ninth month of the year, but the month of November (from the latin novo = 9). I will add that I have studied more than 1000 coal miners who emigrated to the USA and that the names and dates on the tombstones are wrong once out of five. I will also add that one coal miner out of two could not read or sign in the 1890s.
But it is OK like that. People will have the choice between the dates.
|DonJamesE||RE: Genealogy Society Question|
I've added the permalink to this message. It's a free eBook on Google. I couldn't find a genealogy site that keeps Order of Red Men records. My search link will take you to it. The book is called:
"Record of the Great Council of the United States of the Improved Order of Red Men"
Thanks again, Don.
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