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Crockett Cooper (#27796885)
 member for 16 years, 11 months, 7 days
Brandy Kathleen Raciborski-Rieffer
James Edward Donnelly 1843-1886
Hello! The work you have done on findagrave is outstanding, thank you! I have done a ton of research on my 2nd great grandfather, James Edward Donnelly. After much confusion due to a census error, I found he was born & baptized in Northern Ireland. He was a 16 year old merchant marine who stopped in Nova Scotia before arriving in Boston, but he was definitely Irish born. Then as you wrote he was a 18 year old volunteer in the Civil War based out of Massachusetts. Thanks again!
Brandy Kathleen Rieffer

Added by Brandy Kathleen Raciborsk... on Dec 27, 2016 4:41 PM

J E Crockett
Sgt Thomas V Crockett
Hi Cooper, I am a granddaughter of Mr Crockett, and could update his bio with my father's info. I am new to the site and a little unsure of the protocols, but feel the entry is incomplete? Feel free to make contact w me! JEC

Added by J E Crockett on Oct 29, 2016 4:44 PM

James Henry Lee 1874-1922
Queen of Heaven Cemetery #84749281. Hi, thanks for all you've contributed to findagrave! It looks like the death date you have for James (1922) is incorrect however....or you've connected him to the wrong family. I have 1930 and 1940 census records for James with Katherine....on the same street they were living on in 1910 and 1920...with the same occupation. Is there a way you can check out if the date is correct? Thank you, Kathy Short

Added by Kathy on Apr 01, 2016 9:40 AM

Tropico Gravers
Irene Abrams 85334903
Hi Crockett,

Not a problem, I just believe in efficiency. Our group manages over 200,000 memorials so I carp at people for anything that slows down getting through the edit process.

Added by Tropico Gravers on Jun 23, 2015 4:19 PM

Tropico Gravers
Irene Abrams 85334903
Hi Crockett,

I found her and linked her to her husband and daughter.

Added by Tropico Gravers on Jun 23, 2015 10:34 AM

Tropico Gravers
Danford Abrams and Family
Hi Crockett,

I've linked the father to the daughter, but you appear to have given me an incorrect link for the wife/mother, it goes to a completely different person.

In the future to avoid this please use the edit function on the individual memorials to send relationship links.

Added by Tropico Gravers on Jun 23, 2015 10:31 AM

Marilynn Spence


Added by Marilynn Spence on Dec 28, 2014 8:01 PM

RE: Ethel Gilmore Rudd Crockett
good morning crockett cooper...

thanx for adding my great-aunt's info to ethel!

my grandmother's photo album has been locked-away for over 40 years. after all of this time my cousin let me have it for two weeks. my life-partner scanned each and every page high-rez. now we have photos of family that i haven't seen since i was a child.

the only problem now...
i wish grandmother would have written names to all of the wonderful photos :(

find-a-grave & have been so awesome to keep loved-ones "alive" for future family members.

thank you again for your help.
have a fantastic new year ahead!!
jesse mckay

Added by topaz44 on Dec 28, 2013 9:17 AM

RE: Bangs Sisters
I will make an effort to get there and take in your whole exhibit. I do have a few family photos if that would be of any interest.

Added by Tom on Oct 04, 2013 11:24 AM

RE: Bangs Sisters
I would be interested to know if you have any further information on the Bangs Sisters that I do not have. Can you tell me when and where the exhibit is?

Added by Tom on Oct 03, 2013 9:22 AM

Bangs Sisters
Thank you for your suggestion. I was aware of the sisters' part in the Spiritual Movement. If you don't mind, I have added your observation as a note to the sisters' memorials.

Added by Tom on Oct 02, 2013 5:34 PM

Colleen Kelly
Marion McKee obit
Hi Crockett!
You said you have a copy of my aunt Marion McKee's obit from a Lombard newspaper?
Yes, I would love to see it! That's wonderful!
If you need my email, it's: (not case sensitive...4 is the only number in it).
Her ID# is: 93312999.
Thank you so much!
Colleen Kelly

Added by Colleen Kelly on Nov 20, 2012 12:16 PM

John Robbins Houlsby
I think Frances Robbins Houlsby Mock is his sister:

Added by Everlastings on Sep 24, 2012 4:30 AM

ruth ann
August Eker
I will be happy to connect with his mother, but do you have or can you get her memorial number and send to me. I have no idea where she is buried or anything. Thanks.

Ruth Ann

Added by ruth ann on Sep 10, 2012 1:42 PM

Dave H
RE: William Winguth at Forest Home Cemetery
Okay, no problem. I'll be happy to add the information you provided.

Dave H.

Added by Dave H on Sep 06, 2012 5:54 PM

Dave H
William Winguth at Forest Home Cemetery

Thanks for suggesting the added information for William Winguth's memorial. I am not related to him and would be glad to transfer the memorial to you if you are a relative. If you prefer not to get the transfer, let me know and I'll add the information you supplied along with a credit to you.

Dave H.

Added by Dave H on Sep 06, 2012 12:57 PM

Michael Harrington
Bessie Pappe, nee Mendenhall
I did a little research and added a little extra to her memorial. :) Hope that's ok.

Added by Michael Harrington on Aug 28, 2012 12:58 PM

Jean Wenke
Milo Miller
I would be interested in reading that article about the house fire. Would you know why they are buried in Bonaparte if they lived in Lombard, IL?

Added by Jean Wenke on Jul 17, 2012 7:13 AM

Dan Mitchell
Albert f. Mitchell
Hello Crockett,

Thanks for posting the picture of Albert F. Mitchell's head stone. He was my great great grandfather, and it was really interesting to see his grave site. I know that he was married to Mary Waldt and I see that you are researching the Waldt family.

I know that Mary Waldt's father was named Amos Waldt. Albert had named (one of) his son(s) Amos Francis Mitchell, who named his son Amos Francis Mitchell, Jr. who named his son Amos Francis Mitchell, III. My hypotheses is that they were named Amos in honor of Amos Waldt (Albert Mitchell's father-in-law.

I also know that Amos Waldt was from Germany, and I can't think of the area in Germany off the top of my head, but I want to say Heidelberg.

I'd be glad to chat with you more about your findings on the Waldt's and any more on the Mitchell's from Oswego if you have looked further into it.


Dan Mitchell

Added by Dan Mitchell on Apr 25, 2012 2:55 PM

Debbie B
RE: Ada McDole Manning ID 57293703
Hi Crockett, I'd be interested in biographical info and pictures (and/or addresses) of the family homes to post on their F.A.G. pages. Whatever you are able to supply would be appreciated!

Added by Debbie B on Feb 01, 2012 11:15 AM

Debbie B
RE: Ada McDole Manning ID 57293703
Crockett, thanks for the link numbers. Are you interested in having the Manning/Webb clan transferred to you? --Debbie

Added by Debbie B on Jan 31, 2012 8:23 PM


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