Would you be willing to leave a request for Mark & put my name, Nancy/catsaver, in the note section to claim it? I claimed Beulah's already. Thanks!
|Rosemary||RE: Photo needed at Gate of Heaven|
Hi Kathy. Sorry, I don't know which photo you mean. I don't recall taking a photo at a cemetery called Gate of Heaven. Please send me a link to the memorial you are referring to. Thank you.
Added by Rosemary on Nov 15, 2015 10:30 PM
I am sorry but so few are marked in this area, the ones that are marked have already been added to Find a grave. t
Added by Kathie on Oct 09, 2015 4:07 PM
|lin8kin||RE: JOHN S CLARK|
Hi, I'm sorry I don't have any information. I searched my memorials & found two Charles Clarks: Charles E (#84963353) 1881-1968 married to Mabel (Rudisill). Also Charles (#84963349) 1819-1857, which I had transferred to CalCat. That person has added information & may be able to help you. I'm not related & would transfer any of the Clark memorials to you. You can search my memorials, also. Linda
Added by lin8kin on Dec 05, 2014 11:15 AM
|Kilby Hannna||RE: Jeremiah Wilson|
I have another distant cousin that has done more research than myself. She thinks that a David Wilson b. abt 1739 in NJ is Jeremiah's brother. She hasn't proved it, but this is the theory that she is working with presently. I do know that my Jeremiah was born in NJ, There are US Revolutionary War Rolls with a Jeremiah Wilson as a private from NJ, I do believe it is him but do not have his complete records or a pension application. He did receive land grants in Kentucky, so that does lend credence that he served. I do know that David is a very common name in this family, as Jeremiah's son David is my 4th great grandfather, and there are many more David's. Are you certain that your David was born in Pa?
I sure wish I could give you more concrete evidence. If I can help further, let me know.
|Armstrong History||Andrew Clark #90418887|
Hi Kathy - I came across a photo of your relative, Andrew Clark while researching IL Civil War soldiers! It's always such a TREASURE to discover old photos of family members . . and I hope it is helpful to you! Have you come across this photo? The link is below - if for some reason it doesn't work, let me know and I'll send it in an email.
|James Snow||RE: Lash Headstone|
You are welcome!
|Lavidaloca||RE: Weaver in Wood County, Ohio|
I'm sorry, Kathy, the Weavers are not part of my family, and I can't tell you anything more about them than what is on the memorials. Judith
|macso||RE: Westminister Cem|
Hi Kathy: I would love to help you at Westminster Cemetery, I truly love that cemetery, it's beautiful. However, the office there dislikes Find A Grave volunteers and chased me out of requesting information last year by stated they would charge me $50 for a lookup because I was not related. There are over 80,000 burials there and they are still an active cemetery. Their records are manual and time consuming for the staff to look up. Occasionally, a new volunteer sneaks in a gets some requests, but once they come back and they recognize them, they chase them away too. That's why there are so many requests not filled there when the rest of this county is being worked on and fulfilled. A volunteer has just claimed 11 requests there, we will see how she fairs. The office will respond to relatives who call for information, so if you will call them and post the locations, I will keep checking the requests and get your photos for you. Chris
Added by macso on Dec 21, 2011 8:22 AM
|Kelly (Williams) Zinn||RE: Photo of Andrew Reed|
Kathy, You are welcome, actually I only had to copy it from my home files as andrew is on my family tree he would have been my 3rd great grandfather. Are you related to him? If so I would love to share info. Kelly
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