|Stephen Dippel||RE: Clarissa Gordon photo|
I wanted to mention that the date of death on the stone for Clarrissa appeared to be 1881, not 1884 on her Find A Grave page. I traced my finger on the digit on the stone to try to be sure. I don't know if the 1881 date coincides with your information or contradicts it.
Added by Stephen Dippel on Dec 31, 2014 6:03 PM
|Stephen Dippel||RE: Clarissa Gordon photo|
Hi! You're welcome! I was glad I found the marker for you and that it was still somewhat legible. Unfortunately, it had been toppled over. Happy New Year!
Added by Stephen Dippel on Dec 31, 2014 5:57 PM
|Amy Barry||Melvin Wilbur|
According to cemetery records Melvin is buried in a pauper section. They have no data to the exact location of his grave in this plat. The K plat is really large so the photo I uploaded is a general view of the plat.
Added by Amy Barry on Nov 18, 2013 6:38 AM
thanks so much for sharing this info I too am a descendent of the vaughns emma l Vaughn who married a frank Holland in mason co ky so glad i found something on Isaac adkinson I figure it had to be somewere in pa and like you said bates was the minister that married them so thanks again for all your effort and time doing this
Added by robert kail on Aug 31, 2013 6:36 PM
|Kurt Riegel||Ruth Elizabeth Youngs (66436898)|
Ruth's headstone is in need of restoration. I am a gravestone conservator fully trained and certified in working with historic gravestones. Let me know if you would like a free estimate to restore this stone.
Added by Kurt Riegel on Jul 27, 2013 10:45 PM
|Karen Sipe||Ellen Gransbury 5105164|
Cheryl you request for a photo of Ellen Gransbury's grave site and her sisters can not be fulfilled. There are only a few headstones and hers is not among them.
To better understand this cemetery Google Comet Lodge Cemetery Seattle and you will find links to several wonderful article.
Added by Karen Sipe on Jul 08, 2013 8:18 AM
|Gayle Harmon||RE: Elizabeth Harmon photo|
Yes, Seth is my 2nd cousin, his father Benjamin 1st cousin and of course, Nathaniel is 7th grand uncle. I have been traveling New England doing research on the family, Suffield, Mass & Vermont and have been waiting on photos to be fulfilled. Sometimes, you just gotta take matters into your own hands! Took lots of pictures. Will add when I get home to Georgia
Added by Gayle Harmon on Jun 17, 2013 1:30 PM
|J Serio||Nathaniel Harmon|
Thank you for all you work on the Harmon's. Is it ok if I copy your pics to my tree?
Added by J Serio on May 24, 2013 5:42 PM
|Jim Ferris||Thank You|
I have transferred the Wayments to you since you more closely related than I am.
Added by Jim Ferris on Dec 17, 2012 5:04 PM
|Chesnut/Behunin Descendant||P.S to my email|
I love the poem you have on Alpheus page.
I can feel the sad, pride and faith in her kids and future.
Added by Chesnut/Behunin Descendan... on Dec 16, 2012 5:55 PM
Sorry (blush) I made a typo and hit enter instead of back. Here is what I have on the Harmons I am going to send the web sites and the info that was listed there.
http://www.theharmons.us/harmon_t/b1458.htm#P9744 This entry is almost at the bottom of the page
http://www.theharmons.us/harmon_t/b764.htm about the middle of the page
http://www.theharmons.us/harmon_t/b1459.htm This has a very good story from an eye witness
I also found some info at Ancestry The sources that the different sites listed is the sources that I listed in my documentation. I think going through these sources is better than trying to go through what I wrote down. I have never been to the graves and relied on the sources listed above. IF you find that some of this information is in error please please notify me so I can change the Find A Grave bio. I wouldn't want to include anything that wasn't accurate.
Added by Vicki Andersen on Apr 16, 2012 10:41 AM
thanks for the picture of Fanny's gravestone.
Added by NCDave on Mar 26, 2012 7:16 PM
|L. Harmon Scots-Irish & PA Swiss & German Families||Question about Harmon Graves|
Are you still active with Find A Grave? Is Joel Harmon (1719-1750) buried in Westfield Cemetery or in the Old Center Cemetery in Suffield, CT.
Added by L. Harmon Scots-Irish & P... on Jan 14, 2012 12:17 AM
|Lucy||Susan Marlar Harmon|
Please link to her parents
Then add father from the above link.
Thank you very much.
Added by Lucy on Mar 09, 2011 4:11 PM
You left the question - Who is he - could he have a brother Rufus? on his FindAGrave site.
No - he did not have a brother, Rufus. He was born in England, migrated through the port of New Orleans in the 1850's and then on to Iowa. He married an English girl (they were engaged before he left Northumberland County in England. He was a brick layer by trade.
Added by SDGKelley on Feb 27, 2011 12:37 PM
|RaLene Fox||Connect Memorials to Spouses|
Could you Connect George Sellman (grave #13421226) to his wife Mary Elizabeth Jones Fox (grave #11768621). Thank you.
Added by RaLene Fox on Jun 23, 2010 5:41 PM
|Clint Dunn||Bassett memorials|
HI, I have made the correction and transfered the memorials to you. I hope you can fill in rest of the blanks.
Added by Clint Dunn on Jun 15, 2010 12:03 PM
|Lucy||Henry Martin Harmon|
Thank you so much for adding this photo. I still have photos I would like to send to you to see if you can identify any of the people in them.
Added by Lucy on Jun 13, 2010 12:27 AM
|John Strack||Thank you|
Thank you it's so nice when people share pictures.
Added by John Strack on Jun 04, 2010 8:46 AM
|Shawn Carter||RE: Thank you for Esther Gransbury's photo|
The Sterling Cemetery is my "family" cemetery. I have five generations buried there. It is a really nice cemetery. This grave was in a side that I don't usually get to, it's shady and quiet and with big tall old trees full of singing birds. The stone is broken, the top seems to have split from the base, but it is propped up as you see it, and it appears pretty heavy, so I think it is secure. You had requested another stone, I believe for one of the parents, but I walked 20-25 feet in every direction and I could not find another Gransbury anywhere around there. I'm sorry. However, I'm there several times a year and I would be happy to take a look again. The Sterling Cemetery has a very good website http://www.sterlingcemetery.com/ and their "Cemetery Lady" is excellent. You should email her and find out about your other relative and I'll go back if you find her. Hope you can read the inscription. I'm happy to have done this for you.
Added by Shawn Carter on May 31, 2010 8:48 AM
|Jan Davis Ruthig||RE: James L. Joles photo|
You are most welcome :>)
Added by Jan Davis Ruthig on Mar 23, 2010 12:50 PM
Hi, what wonderful photos of Lura & John Gransbury. Are they close relatives? They are distant of mine. I will be glad to transfer ownership to you if you want.
Added by Jim Ferris on Feb 18, 2009 3:07 PM
|Great Caesar's Ghost||Thank you!|
Hello Cheryl - Thank you so much for your extensive biography of Sarah Martin Norton. She is one of my ancestors and your well documented research has been so helpful and much appreciated. Regards - Doug Norton
Added by Great Caesar's Ghost on May 30, 2008 12:49 PM