|Jim and Elizabeth||Margaret Pforter|
Margaret was the wife of Belcher Pforter. She is buried in the old section of Pleasant View cemetery where there are currently many unmarked graves. The two stones leaning against Margaret's gravestone are for Mary E. Armour; and Mary, daughter of Daniel and Margaret Kastner. Mary Kastner died Nov 19, 1856 at the age of 11 years, 6 months and 19 days.
|Dave Davisson||RE: Brodrick|
Hi! Elizabeth Delano's parents and birthplace were written on her cemetery card.
There are portraits of the family at the Columbus Metropolitan Library. I have asked for permission to photograph them for the memorials. Portratis exist for Col. Broderick, his wife, and her parents.
|Dave Davisson||Brodricks in Columbus|
Found no inscriptions on the marble Brodrick obelisks in Section, Lot 6, yesterday; they are marble and quite worn, and the small is on the ground in pieces. A cedar has overtaken the lot. I would be very grateful for more information on the family, if you have anything to add to the memorials I would be happy to add.
THANK YOU SO MUCH
|Laurie Pieper||E H Carman|
Just a quick note to thank you for adding the phonto for E H and Emma Carman at the Nooksack Cemetery!
It's much appreciated!
Have a great day!
|Sylvia Fancy||Alfred and William Thomas|
Thank u so much for the marker for Cecelia Thomas. I would love to have the other stones as they are also in the same line. Once again thanks..
Thank you much
|The VanFleets||RE: Brady's in Whitewater|
Strange, I know Miles Van Fleet in Ohio from a geneaology search I did a while back. Turns out I was not a direct relationship of his, but my family (the Van Fleet) side came over in 1684 originally as Van Vleet/Van Vliet to the Hudson Valley of NY, and I have tracked relatives back to 1490's in Holland. I would almost bet in some instance somehow I am related to Miles. I grew up in NY too!
|The VanFleets||Brady's in Whitewater|
Filled these photo requests for you. FYI, if you want to build a memorial and request a photo, we did get a photo of what I believe to be their daughter who is also buried there.
Maria Brady Steward 1871-1939.
Just as an FYI, there are a lot of Brady's buried in the cemetery if you are maybe looking for more relatives.