|Mags Shaw (#47527477)|
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US Navy Veteran -- More than half of the graves I manage are no kin at all. A number are veterans which just caught my eye while in a cemetery. If any are your family, please feel free to ask for a transfer. I'm only too happy to return them to the rightful family members. VR. Mags.|
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|David Roscoe Duncan||RE: John Franklin West 103848535|
I was in the area checking for relatives and took several other photos. John is not a family member whom I discovered but a posting so I could get him and other West entered into the program. If you would like I would transfer him to you for management along with the other West family members in this cemetery. Thank you for your inquiry; Dave Duncan
|Dave & Pam Jindrich||Salena Roland Holt #51262355|
Mags Shaw, We have no contact information for the person requested. We suggest that you scan the pictures and add to Find A Grace on the respective memorials. Thank you, Dave & Pam Jindrich
|S&E||Patrick Fassett #19529797|
Hello, I see you contributed a bio for Patrick Fassett. I would like to discuss the life of Patrick when you have a moment. Please contact me at your convenience; my e-mail is listed on my contributor page. Thank you very much.
Added by S&E on Sep 13, 2016 12:59 PM
|Jim Pulver||Corinne Lillian Murwin #76647614|
Corinne is a 4th cousin once removed to me. I was wondering why she was raised by her grandparents. Do you by chance know?
|Jan Walker||James McCoy - Rock County, WI|
I have a George McCoy born in the same year as this James McCoy (1821) and also living in Rock County in Magnolia. My George had a father named James who was up in Highgate, Franklin Co., Vermont and later moved and died in Evansville, Rock, WI. I am thinking the George and James (in this find a grave post could be a cousin to my George. My George had a son named George also had a son named Pliny (seemed an unusual name) If anyone cares to respond email@example.com
|Anita Savage||Henry Harry Mason at French Cemetery photo with message|
I have been researching the Mason Family. I noticed your posting with the image you took of the grave maker of Henry "Harry" Mason, memorial number 73778251.
This is your posting:
"Tombstone, next to Mrs. Harry Mason is simply engraved Harry Mason. Believe name was possibly Henry Harry Mason. However there was a Thomas H. Mason on Census records. May have been a son? No further information by tombstone."
Harry was on the 1870 census with his brother, Thomas. Also in the home in 1870 is Harry's wife, Anna Klein Mason, Thomas' wife Louisa and Thomas' two daughters.
1870 United States Federal Census
Name: Henry H Mason
Age in 1870: 39
Birth Year: abt 1831
Home in 1870: Nez Perce, Nez Perce, Idaho Territory
Post Office: Lewiston
Value of Real Estate: $500
Household Members: Name Age
Henry H Mason 39
Thos H Mason 33
Anna Mason 24
Louiza F Mason 38
Kate Mason 5
Nellie Mason 2
The following link is a story written by Harry's sister, Helen, about the Indian War. Harry and his brother, Thomas, are in this story.:
I thought you might like to amend your posting with the image of Harry's marker. If so, hopefully this will help.
Thank you for posting the images of the French Cemetery. I appreciate all of your time and effort.
|Sheila (Horn) Strickler||RE: Ilgenfritz|
Glad to hear you are still hanging in there. I have been going out with Audrey Lerew (Findagrave) and we work the cemeteries together. Helps to find the requests faster. Have been concentrating on some really old ones that are not listed on Findagrave. It's hard to find some of them, but we still have time before the weather changes.
|Sheila (Horn) Strickler||Ilgenfritz|
Hope you and your family are in good health. Have sent you two old stones I found at Quickels Lutheran this weekend--Martin and Lydia Ilgenfritz.
|N.L. Moore||RE: Re: Mayflower|
Very funny! Your wife and I should have our DNA tested, We surely share a lot of genes. I guess we should always be kind to everyone. Would be surprised to know how many people we meet that we are related to!
|N.L. Moore||RE: Infant King #66426916|
Thanks Mags. Thought you might be a descendant of the pioneer Rye Valley Padrick Family as you were photographing their graves. Their daughter Augusta "Gussie" Padrick married in Baker Co. Charles H. Shaw. This grave was for their infant daughter and they were unable to have other children. Glad we are preserving her memory for them. The stone has certainly deteriorated since we were there in 1990.
I am doing this for my husband. He is too busy hiking!! haha His history is far more interesting than mine. His people were always on the move -- to see what was over the next mountain and he surely carries those genes. My six Mayflower families pretty much stayed put in Massachusetts and Maine and were farmers or lumbermen. (Tell you wife, mine are 3 Mullins, Alden, Doty, & Soule) Regards.
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