|Ted & Esther Hillary (#47730079)|
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We enjoyed researching our family trees & really appreciated members who contributed photos of our family's final resting places. We are especially interested in researching our Hillary, Oldenburg, Staggs and Throckmorton lines.|
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|R. Melissa Reininger||RE: Grace Larson 60329676|
I received the incorrect information from another find-a-grave contributor, I think last year, so I'll try to get that changed, if I can understand it... Ha! Ha! I may need to contact you again to get it straight. Don't hesitate to contact me again if necessary! Thank you!
I found your memorial to Joe Francis, husband of Doris Louise Staggs. I'm so happy to have this info on Joe and his wife. I never knew Joe but he was my 1C2R. His paternal aunt, Annie Francis, was my great grandmother.
Anyway, I wanted to suggest a couple of changes I would like to see to your data on his parents, if I may:
Joe's father was NOT Joseph Perry. He was born Jose Francisco Silveira from Beira, on the island of Sao Jorge, one of the Azore Islands, not Portugal. I have no idea where the Perry surname came from.... I have seen it on Ancestry in other family trees, but it is definitely wrong. Sometime after Jose and his parents and siblings immigrated in 1881, the dropped the Silveira, and became known by the surname of Francis (a shortening of Francisco.)
Also, Joe's mother, Isabel Rogers Gonsalves, was born in California, although her parents were from the island of Pico in the Azores. So, she was not an immigrant.
These may seem small corrections, but I think they are important to get their story right. I hope you feel the same way. I am the coordinator for the Azores GenWeb and have done extensive research on this family. I also contacted you on Ancestry today. I would love to hear back from you on this and as to your connection to Joe and Doris.
Added by Kathy on May 09, 2016 4:46 PM
|Gerald "Jerry" Hobson||Daffodil, etc|
Please clarify the link to Mr. Throckmorton's obituary. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Cheryl Ayres||Re: Isaiah Frye|
None of these marriages would have showed him married on any censuses, they were all between censuses & I don't think they lasted long.
|Janette & Tony||RE: Harriet Throckmorton|
Seems like we dealt with this issue a year ago. The Harriet Throckmorton stone I listed as being in Spangle Cemetery is in error. The stone, as you know, is in St. John's. I will delete photo in Spangle.
|Mr. Badger Hawkeye||RE: John Hillary|
|Samuel Watkins||Re Jeanette Hillary Watkins|
I seen my grandmothers page and seen you maintain her site. nice to see pic of my grandparents final resting place. its been years since i have been in california.
|Barry Foster||Edith and James Hillary|
I've got all that information for the two of them input into Findagrave.
|Barry Foster||Edith Pickett 75949823|
I made the additions for Edith's memorial. Do you know anything more about her, maiden name, which Faye Pickett she was married to, etc? Thanks! Every little bit helps.
|Jeff R||Kate Sharp|
Mr. and Mrs. Hillary,
Thanks for your interest in the memorial of our mutual grandmother Kate Sharp. Per your request I have associated her memorial with those of her parents. I did not process your request for the name change because I have never seen any official documents recognizing "Kathryn" as the proper name for our ancestor. I'm sure it's likely Kathryn was her name but we as genealogist can't just assume that. If you can supply me with evidence to support your claim then I will make the change. I am going to decline your request to hyphenate her last name to "Halsey-Scott" because I don't think this was ever her legal last name. I agree that her memorial could be improved with the addition of her second husband Jesse Scott but I do not have his death date or burial location. In my opinion adding his memorial would solve all the potential confusion surrounding her last name without falsifying it with a hyphen.
Added by Jeff R on Mar 02, 2015 12:07 AM
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