|Rick McCarroll (#47921026)|
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A 3rd generation American of Irish/German ancestry. |
See our Virtual Cemetery links to the right for family names and others I manage.
Let me know if you need help in finding lost loved ones in the NE Florida cemeteries.
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|MaLisa Fender Rembowski||Hi|
It was great to meet you!
|Diane Sams||Mary wilt|
after more research, found a death record in Upshur Co WV for Mary Etta Wilt, died 23DEC1956.
She was born 21DEC1875 Gilmer county WV,
father Wm. Lydick mother Armenda Ferguson
Buried nobe Cem.
so apparently I do have a photo of the monument. I will add it for you today.
|Diane Sams||RE: Mary Wilt|
after a little research, My Cemetery book lists Etta Wilt 1875-1956 which are the same dates as your Mary Wilt. Could it be the same person?
Her name is on the same monument as Rosco Wilt 1877-1949, I posted a photo on Rosco page.
|Diane Sams||RE: Mary Wilt|
There are alot of unreadable stones in the Nobe cemetery. I have a book with all cemeteries in Calhoun County, if you think she might be buried in another cem, I will be glad to check the book for you.
Rick, I just found info for my genealogy. I love the photo of Charles Edward Hartman, Can you e.amil me a better photo? Also, I am attempting to update my Hartman information. My grandfather is Thomas J. brother to Lillian. What information of the Hartmans would you have that you would share with me? Everytime there was a Hartman reunion in the Wheeling area, I was either on vacation, or in the Air Force. I have talked to Charlene McCoy, but she has been very busy so unable to send copies of her info copy .Contact me please, at email@example.com, or call me at 740-633-3372.
Thank You, Alan G. Hartman, son of Thomas R, and Katy Hartman, Martins Ferry, Ohio
|David G. Briggs||RE: Arthur McCarroll|
You are most welcome! Happy I could assist you. Those others mentioned are no relations of mine.
|William Kazupski||RE: John McCarroll|
Remember, if he served in one of the armed services, he gets a free headstone.
|FamTreeHunter||RE: Theresa Parks Welch|
From One Celt to another...I'm glad if the bio field was helpful for you.
I agree on the other connections.
It's probably understandable that they don't let us connect by linkage to all possible relatives (since technically this isn't a 'genealogy site') but it would be nice to be able to at least to do it for GP's.
But unless/until that happens, the bio field is where it goes...esp if I find out the other fam. names but don't know where they're buried (w/ or w/o dates) so no pgs. of their own.
What I REALLY wish is that there was a field for Step-Parents (labeled as such) & "other married names" for women esp. when they were widowed (as opposed to divorced) from the previous marriages & got re-married b/c I think a lot of ppl don't find some of their relatives b/c they don't know to search for fam. on the search pg using the other name(s) b/c they didn't know a distant relative got re-married "back in the day" & actually died w/ a different last name (which happens a lot if no offspring came from the last marr).
|Len H||RE: McCarroll|
Your very welcome Rick. I also have family members buried at St. Josephs cemetery. I really liked the flag at Ryans gravesite. 'GO IRISH'
Added by Len H on Apr 15, 2013 3:33 PM
|Ann Barrett||RE: Robinson|
You are welcome. I'm glad I could take the picture for you!
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