|John Luchtman||RE: William Stokes Photo|
More than happy to help!
|Lorraine Ellis||RE: Thank you!|
You are very welcome - glad to have been able to help.
|Janet Davis||RE: Bailey Grave Photo|
It was a tricky one to locate. I'm glad I could help!
I have sent a couple of corrections that have not been completed and wondered if you are still active on Find a Grave?
|OnlyMe||RE: Thanks :)|
IF...Lucy Ferry/Ferre were buried at the "old burying ground" along the river in Springfield; and
IF...her remains were dug up and RELOCATED to the newly established, private "Springfield Cemetery" during the summer of 1848; then
MAYBE...her remains are among the 2,000 unknown remains in a mass grave.
BUT...without ANY documentation that's all we have...IF, IF, IF!
Added by OnlyMe on Jul 11, 2013 8:58 PM
|MMarkwell||RE: Alexander Parker Photo|
You are welcome. I also have a picture of Emma Parker's marker, but it is very hard to read. I believe that she is listed as Emma White Parker.
|BBonner||Mary and Frank Gilford|
Sorry but there stone is not very legible due to corrison. Did the best I could do. I tried flash and without flash to no avail.
Added by BBonner on Oct 23, 2012 12:26 PM
|Allen Monasmith||Ralph Godfroy|
I'm so sorry to have wasted your efforts looking for this grave. I was going on the note at the bottom of Memorial# 64121268.
Surely the Army knows where he was buried. How would I find that out?
I would be more than happy to transfer your great grandmother Ruth to you if you like.
I am pretty sure that her name is on the back of the "Chant" headstone. That is why the photo is on her memorial. That is the front and back view.
Added by Denise on Aug 29, 2012 10:13 PM
FROM YOUR LOOKUPS I KNOW WE ARE COUSINS RACHEL ROBINSON IS ONE OF MY GRAND MOTHER DOWN THE LINE ROBERT SCHWEIKLE
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