|Harold Malaby Jr. (#47571903)|
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Remembering those that have come before and those who played a role in who I am today is important to me. There is not a day that goes by that someone does not come to mind and I am grateful for their memory. |
I welcome your comments and any help you can provide towards information on these listed within. If I can be of help to you in the Cincinnati Area please let me know.
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|scot||mary kefover malaby|
Mr. Malaby, I added a memorial for Mary and Henry malaby they are buried in Indianoplis Cemetery. It is listed in Mary's obit. If you would like to add them to the cemetery I will delete my posting.
Added by scot on May 24, 2013 7:08 PM
|Joanne Woods||Dr. Edward Simmons|
I've lived in Pasadena most of my life & had the pleasure of living around the corner from
Dr. Simmons in the 80's. I often took walks down Oakland Avenue & would see him in his living room sometimes ironing or sitting at a table reading - he kept his front door open on warm evenings.
His house was torn down in the late 80's I believe, but if it was around today you would probably see it on the reality show "Hoarders". From what I could see from the sidewalk he was definitely a hoarder. I have heard stories that he slept in his station wagon because there wasn't any space in his house.
Every time I saw him it would brighten my day & I mean that in a positive way.
He has been missed.
My name is Barbara Pixley-my Uncle was Dr. Ted. Blair. His and our close family friend was Charles/Chuck Malaby. I sent Chuck a birthday card this month (Oct.) to his home in San Clemented and it was just returned stampled 'Deceased'! 'Am so upset that he passed away without our family paying our respects to him for his many kindnesses over the years. We spent many holidays together. I looked for his brother Tommy online but couldn't find an entry and remembered that his father was, I believe, named Leo. That is how I found your site-hoping that your are connected to this Malaby family. If you could please respond to me and let me know one way or the other. It would be greatly appreciated. Thank you-
Added by troypix on Oct 31, 2012 10:31 AM
|Ernie Wright||RE: Leonard W. Hutchison|
I have most of the Ridgelawn markers on DVDs , Barry Huffstler on Cabell County Doors To The Past photographed the cemetery a few years ago and gave me permisson to use the photos on Find A Grave .
|Pamela||RE: James Malaby|
You are very welcome! I am a Realtor and was showing homes in Oxford Saturday. Even though it was 105 degrees outside, I couldn't NOT go look since I was only one mile from the cemetery. James was one of six I was looking for. Unfortunately, his grave was the only one I found. I was only able to search about half the cemetery because they were having a funeral and I did not want to get so close as to be intrusive. Hopefully I'll make it back to Oxford soon so I can search the other half and fulfill more photo requests.
Added by Pamela on Jul 08, 2012 7:11 AM
While the tombstone is very old and weathered, I am fairly certain this is the correct one. It is right beside Esther's and if you look closely, you can almost make out the name "James" and the year "1858".
Added by Pamela on Jul 07, 2012 1:22 PM
|Jean Kennedy Dochter||Andrew Long|
Harold, I hope things are going better and your father's health has improved. Just want to let you know I added information on Jemima Santee's story about Andrew, her husband. His number for NSDAR is A071229 and he was a private in the PA Militia commanded by Captain Thomas Weir of the Eighth commanded by Col. Schmidt; served under Major McMasters; in battle of Brandwine' prisoner in Philadelphia and on board ship in New York; served under Captain DuBois. No record of him resigning for ill health with NSDAR. There is for another Andrew Long on the findagrave site.
|Jean Kennedy Dochter||Jemima and Andrew Long|
Thank you for the memorials for my gggg grandparents. I would like to let you know that there are actually three Andrew Longs listed as patriots in NSDAR. The Captain you have listed as Jemimas husband was married to Mary Carr and his # is A071231 on the NSDAR site. He was born in 1730 and died in 1812. His # on the Findagrave web is 14281734. Jemima's husband was Private Andrew Long born 1758 and died 1835. He did not resign as you have shown on his memorial. It was the other Andrew Long who resigned due to ill health. I would appreciate you removing this document from my 4x grandfather as it is incorrect. If you need proof, check the NSDAR site online. I have been a DAR for several years and have two patriots and am still working on others to add as I have many paternal ancestor from the colonial states. If you have any questions about this let me know. Jean D.
|Jean Kennedy Dochter||Andrew Long|
I am a direct descendent of Andrew Long Jr and he is my patriot in NSDAR. He was born in 1758 in PA and died in 1835 in Indiana. The records show he was a private in the PA militia, served in battle of Brandwine, prisoner in Philadelphia and on board ship in New York, served under Captain Dupbois.
Your record shows him resigning due to health
problems. Is yours the same Andrew Long? I would really like to know where mine is buried as I will be visiting PA next month and will be visiting gravesites. Thanks Jean Dochter in CO.
|Louis Mata||RE: Louis Andersen and Carrie Minnus|
The World's Largest Single-Location Cemetery can be quite daunting. You are correct, I do have connections with the office staff, but more importantly, I have formed a bond with the security guards - they can be very helpful and have maps of all the grounds with them at all times. It took me a while to learn how to 'read' the lawns but once you get it down, its like shooting fish in a barrell.
By the way, my alter-ego is Alex the Kid. Whenever I find a companion grave to a photo request, I create a page using that ID and transfer it after I post the photos. I think I transferred 3 to you yesterday.
Thanks for the comments.
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