|Sandra Markham (#47531629)|
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|memento mori||James W. Baker|
Thanks for the photo
|Timothy Dunleavy||Thank you!|
Thank you very much for taking the photo of Charles Audley's headstone! It is very much appreciated!
|skellysiam||RE: Re YoD for Ernest L Thomas|
Concur with your thoughts on YoD for Ernest L; Iíve made the change. Iím sure youíve noticed that Emily J and Henry E, who lie next to Ernest, are his parents. Emily had the unfortunate distinction of having to bury her child; any motherís nightmare. As for Ernest, he was married to my cousin for a very short period; long enough to produce one daughter. I have the impression that he lived a rather hard and fast life and paid for it with a shortened life span.
Until I saw your pix, I had no idea Emily J was buried next to Ernest. And now I see, from viewing Henry Eís memorial pix, that they are all buried in a row.
Again, thanks very much for your help.
br, Mike Skelenger
|skellysiam||Re YoD for Ernest L Thomas|
First, thanks very much for taking the time to provide a pic of Ernestís headstone; your efforts are much appreciated.
WRT the year of death for Ernest, the source for the 1918-data point was the ďConnecticut State list of Deaths and Burials, 1772-1934Ē. I donít know which is correct as there is no corroborating third source. I have had false data provided from both official records and headstone inscriptions. In fact, the most egregious case of the latter had the date of death before the data of birth!
I think in this case I will adjust the Find A Grave memorial to reflect what is on the headstone. Thanks for bringing this fact to my attention.
Pls continue with your good works on Find A Grave; family researchers like me really appreciate your efforts.
br, Mike Skelenger
|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||RE: Dr. John Smith Walker|
My mother made the Walker memorials before she passed away, and now I manage them. We are not related, so I am not certain what her interest was. I am happy to transfer them to you. If you do not wish to manage them, please just transfer back.
According to his death certificate, he died 14 Nov. 1913 in Philadelphia, PA and he is buried at Woodlands Cemeter.
Found at GenealogyBank:
Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, PA), Sep. 3, 1911, p. 9:
Dr. John S. Walker is entertaining a house party during this week at his country home, "Idleside," on Long Island Sound, near Old Milford, Conn. The guests include Mr. and Mrs. Galloway C. Morris, of Devon, Dr. and Mrs. John Keasbey Walker, Miss Helen Perot, of Germantown; Miss Simpson, of New Orleans; Dr. Warren Walker and Mr. John C. O'Connor, of New York.
Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, PA), Dec. 24, 1913, p. 4:
WILLS MONEY TO CHILDREN
John S. Walker's Estate Valued at $136,000
Three children of John S. Walker, who died recently at his residence, 1632 Spruce street, will receive his estate of $136,000, according to the terms of the will admitted to probate yesterday. The beneficiaries are Mrs. Elsie W. Mooris, John K. and Warren Walker.
|Diane Reich||RE: Charles S. Lyon|
I no longer have the book where I found the info. It was from Sam Mateo county genealogical library. "San Mateo County Death" web site www.smcgl.org Hope this is helpful.
|CHerr||RE: Another Markham|
I can't add that link because someone else added Wood Markham, but I have sent the id numbers for miles and frances to the person for them to add the link. thanks for the info, this is my favorite part of findagrave.
Added by CHerr on Jul 03, 2013 5:18 AM
|CHerr||RE: robert s gillette|
Yes I agree; I didn't know the source for Peter Hayes' listing I was using; I just wanted to inform you he had Hayes, an error for the last name. We agree it should be freeman. thanks.
Added by CHerr on Oct 23, 2012 6:51 PM
|Leah Moe||Mary Hine Lockwood|
Thanks a MILLION!! This is great.
Appreciate your effort.
Added by Leah Moe on Oct 22, 2012 11:56 AM
|Kris Lacey||Thank you!!!|
Hello Sandra, Thank you for getting this photo for me. Much appreciated!
Sincerely, Kris Lacey
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