|Brian Winter (#47600059)|
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|Most, but not all, of my memorials are for relatives. I am, however, willing to transfer memorials for distant relatives to closer family members.|
I am primarily researching the following surnames.
My paternal lineage: Winter, Fray/Ferreira, Cornell, Brown, Richford, Kelly, Serpa, Anstey.
My maternal lineage: Shoemaker, Snyder, Chapman, Puterbaugh, Fish, Shively, Burkett, Huff, Barnhill.
My wife's paternal lineage: Plughoff, Hargis, McPherson, Wavrik, Fortman, Freeman, Rigsby, Seemann.
My wife's maternal lineage: Riel, Patnode, Sauve, Brulotte, Noel.
If you find errors in, or have additional information for, any of my memorials, I would deeply appreciate it if you would let me know by going to the Edit tab and then clicking on "Suggest a correction or provide additional information". Thank you for helping me keep accurate information posted in my memorials. Also, if you discover a duplicate for any of my memorials, please let me know using the same method as above. I will contact the person responsible for the other memorial and attempt to work out a solution that adheres to the FindAGrave guidelines.
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|Barbara Baker Anderson||RE: Linden Delvin|
You are very welcome!
|Barbara Baker Anderson||Linden Delvin|
I noticed that you made a note about Linden Delvin on the memorial that you made for him that it is not known when he died or where he is buried. I found his Find-a-grave burial in Clinton Grove Cemetery in Macomb County, Michigan (along with all of his children). Just thought you'd like to know.
Thanks for letting me know about linking them. I have made the suggested changes and links. Have a nice day. :)
|Bonita||RE: Chapmans in Cooks Chapel Cemetery|
I didn't take pictures of any other Chapmans in Cook's Chapel Cemetery. The one for Hattie caught my eye when I was there looking for my relatives and I snapped a picture, but I wasn't specifically looking for Chapmans.
Added by Bonita on Apr 23, 2013 7:23 AM
|Linda K||RE: Schlosser|
Thanks so much for the update
changed to the correct 1935
Added by Linda K on Apr 20, 2013 7:45 PM
|AMB||Looks as if it's all sorted out!|
It looks as if the George Fish situation is now all sorted out on your end! Thank you for understanding. Since you were the one doing the separation surgery at the end, you realize that it had become something of a tangled mess. :-)
The one last trace to the other George Fish is a flower/token that someone left with some Civil War flags. I have sent a request to that person, asking her to delete the Civil War token and explaining why I'm making the request.
Regarding the other George Fish, I'm still trying to deal with him, and (as noted when I wrote you) it looks as if there may have been yet a THIRD George Fish!
However, none of that is any of your concern or worry. And, the records match what your distant cousin was remembering that her grandmother had told her -- that your George Fish was a country doctor. One of his brothers was a doctor for many years, and their father was a school teacher.
Added by AMB on Apr 02, 2013 9:48 AM
|William Brackett||RE: John H Fish's father George|
Thanks for the link.
You have this man incorrectly indentified:
You are confusing two different men named George Fish. The one who died in 1862 in McLean Co., Kentucky, is not the one who was living in Marshall Co., Indiana, in 1860 with wife Sarah. Rather, the one who died in McLean Co., KY, was living in LaGrange Co., IN, in 1860 with his wife Marcia.
Two different men, both with the name "George Fish," both about the same age and in northern Indiana in 1860. But two completely different men. What happened to the George Fish who was married to Sarah and living in Marshall Co. in 1860 is not known at this time. It is assumed that he died before about 1867 when his wife was married to another man. However, what happened to the George Fish of Marshall Co. is just not known.
Added by AMB on Mar 27, 2013 6:25 PM
|scottsheat||RE: Albion Bean history|
you are most welcome - every little bit helps - cannot see Eunice on here
|Ken B||RE: Vernena McPherson Beam|
May I transfer this memorial to your family for maintenance as you are a family member?
If agreed, please provide your FAQ id #.
Added by Ken B on Jan 07, 2013 5:33 PM
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