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Please feel free to use any of the headstone photos I have added to Find A Grave (for non-commercial use.) If you are related to any of the memorials I've created and would like me to transfer them to you, please let me know. If you are more closely related to the individual(s), I will gladly make the transfer.|
I have been researching my family now for eight years and a day does not go by when I am not trying to find another connection or fill in some of the blanks that are in my tree.
I recently updated a Campbell family history originally created in 1961. My great grandfather, Newton Campbell, is father of seventeen children. Newton has a total of 320 direct descendants and I am fortunate to have found many of my distant cousins through my research, thanks to the information that is now available on the World Wide Web. I created a family history website from the information I gathered. A lot of my second cousins shared their stories and photographs with me. (Unfortunately, this family history website disappeared when MyFamily.com retired in September, 2014.)
Thank you, Find A Grave members, for your contributions to this website.
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|Brown||Maley Marsh - Part 2|
I should also note that Edmund appears to have been separated from his family before he died. He is recorded as having died in 1877 but his wife Almira is already listed as a widow on the 1871 Census of Canada and Edmund is not listed with the family in the 1861 Census of Canada. Which might also relate to why Manley went to live with Nathan.
Added by Brown on May 10, 2016 6:48 PM
You are listed as the creator of the Find-A-Grave memorial for Manley Marsh: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=105393082
That memorial lists his father as Nathan R Marsh. However, I believe this was Manley's uncle rather than his father.
If you look at the 1851 Census of Canada you will see Manley listed with his parents Edmund and Almira (as well as several siblings). If you look at the 1855 New York State census you will see the same family listed together in the United States. However, Manley's father Edmund died at an early. I believe this is why Manley begins to show up as living in Nathan's household in subsequent census records. And also why Almira and the other children moved back to Canada. I believe Nathan and Edmund were bothers. So Nathan was Manley's uncle and served as a father figure. But Edmund was his father.
If you have access to the Ancestry.com database, the 1851 Census of Canada record I referenced above can be seen here: http://interactive.ancestry.com/1061/e095-e002360136/2072337
and the 1855 New York State Census record can be seen here: http://interactive.ancestry.com/7181/005207143_00281/1654553559
Added by Brown on May 10, 2016 6:30 PM
|Rich King||Loyal Deloss Carlon # 91545612|
I have posted high school photo for the above & his wife Margaret Fulkerson Carlon 91545739.
They are 1914 New Castle High School (New Castle Pennsylvania).
I am not related, but doing some research in that yearbook & I thought I would try to match some pics with existing memorials. It is good to see how people looked when they were young.
BTW, one of their fellow classmates became famous. Louise Treadwell became an actress & later married actor Spencer Tracy.
Rich King (#48494887)
referring to Ida Garrett being a daughter. I did not add that it was done through the corrections. I know nothing about her. I just put the picture on. I have had a lot of corrections done on that cemetery lately. All I can do is approve them. I took the parents off and put a note in saying they were incorrect. Sorry Deb
|Susan Pearce Page||Nancy Cunningham|
Hi Sarah, I received your edit request for Nancy Cunningham #109807494 and was wondering if you could provide the source for your edit. Thanks, Susan Page
|jackie lowrie||lowrie, john family tree|
Just some really good news,
I finally found documentary evidence of
John L Lowrie, Jr being part of John and Catherine Lowrie's family and that he had a son,
Robert who married Mary Jane Anderson, who was
father of Robert Walter Lowrie, father of
Howard Russell Lowrie, father of
Robert E. Lowrie, father of ME !!
Have found many great articles about this family - so thankful to be part of a family which has been contributory to history in many ways.
Still planning to come to PA to see historical Lowrie sites.
Not sure if you live near Pittsburgh....
if so, would love to meet you, we have a
great hobby in common.
|Kelly Caplan||Mc Common Questions|
I've got some questions for you regarding the
Mc Common family. My emails to the email address listed have bounced.
Please contact me when possible.
HI, SARAH, TODAY 8/27/15, I EDITED THE FINDAGRAVE INFO. YOU HAVE FOR MATTHEW CAMPBELL, MY GREAT, GREAT GRANDFATHER!!!! THANK YOU FOR STARTING THE PAGE. I THINK YOU HAVE JUST FOUND SOME MORE OF YOU DISTANT COUSINS!!! I AM VERY INTERESTED IN ANY MORE INFO. YOU HAVE ON THE FAMILY OF ROBERT S. AND NANCY ANN CAMPBELL. THANKS. MARGARET (SHOCK FAMILY TREE). SHOCKNESS
|Lisa B||Lowries - Rosedale Cemetery, Orange, NJ|
I just added photos for the Lowrie memorials you created for those buried at Rosedale. I also created two additional memorials for two other family members listed on the stone. I assume they are also the children of John and Elizabeth Lowrie. I'm not sure your relationship, but if they are your relatives and you'd like me to tranfer them, let me know.
Added by Lisa B on Aug 10, 2015 4:01 PM
Received your note regarding Robert and Samuel Lane at David Covert Cemetery.
However,I do not manage the Find A Grave memorials for either one.
If you have link correction suggestions for their memorials please directly contact the Find A Grave members who manage their memorials or just click on to the edit tab in the right corner of each memorial.
If you have other questions please let me know.
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