|ForgetღMeღNot||Birth Date-Gideon Hallowell.|
The headstone for Gideon has his birth date as
August in 1830, while his birth record lists the date as July 14, 1831.
"Maine, Births and Christenings, 1739-1900," Joel Hallowell in entry for Gideon Hallowell, 14 Jul 1831; citing Windsor, Kennebec, Maine
Interesting, or am I missing something?!
Share your thoughts.
Oh, Ida M. Bowman is my Great Grandmother, who married Fredrick Dana Hallowell. So there is a
bit of my Bowman & Hallowell connection. :)
Thank for reading all this, Debra Ann
Wondering if you are also related to any of the
Hallowell Family memorials you maintain?
Not asking for transfers, just curious.
Thank you for your time.
|Liz Freeman||RE: Schwartz|
I will need your Find A Grave contributor ID number in order to make the transfers.
|Liz Freeman||Harry Schwartz|
Sorry I can't help you with your question. I was one of several people assisting a gentleman get his thousands of photos uploaded to Find-A-Grave. I don't live in PA but live in OK.
|Stone Finders||RE: Woodland Cemetery|
Yes you may use them. A few of them are broken but you can see some of the information.
Yes, Most of the cemeteries in Buxton underwent name changes since MOCA printed their York County books. I have photographed many stones in this Woodlawn Cemetery that are listed under "Emery - Buxton Center" in the book.
Added by Steve on May 17, 2014 5:34 PM
|Teresa LeMaster Fordyce||RE: Robinson|
I'm afraid that I don't have much information on John Robinson. According to He and Katie's marriage record, John was born about 1857 in Wheeling. Katie was listed as a widow on her death record which would indicate that John died before 1919. In the 1870 Census of Wheeling, there is a John Robinson of the right age who was the son of John and Rebecca Robinson who came from Ireland. It seems that John was a very popular name with the Robinsons and there are many of them. I have been unable at this point to figure out which one is the right one.
Hello, the Neuhardt's are in section C I think the lot number is maybe 3 or 4. If you look at the photo of the cemetery on F.A.G. that first section to the right as you going into the cemetery is Section I and if you kept walking to the right past section I you will go into Section C and the stones are right there as you get into section C. Carla :)
Added by Peace4me on Feb 15, 2014 1:34 PM
|Terry Magyar||RE: Pipe Creek Cemetery|
Have you come across a gravestone or information on a Joseph Hervey or Harvey from Pultney Township? He died sometime after 1832 and was from Maryland.
I'm sorry, but I don't think so.
|Terry Magyar||Pipe Creek Cemetery|
Mead Twp., Belmont Co., OH. You have a number of memorials for this cemetery, but there are only a few tombstones there. So, I'm curious as to your source for these burials at Pipe Creek. Thanks in advance for your reply.
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