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Charlene McGowan (#46620828)
 member for 13 years, 21 days
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Rebekah Billings
RE: Libbie Sutton
Find A Grave Memorial# 55107725

Added by Rebekah Billings on Apr 19, 2016 3:19 PM

Rebekah Billings
RE: Libbie Sutton
Okay, I've got it copied over, so you can delete it. Thanks!

Added by Rebekah Billings on Apr 18, 2016 1:06 PM

Maggie O
Joseph Slater
Hi Charlene I was wondering if Joseph Slater in No Watertown is your Kin? I have added his wife, and son, and perhaps another child who is theirs to the cemetery. I was able to find Esther's obit. If they are your folks let me know am happy to transfer. I love the poem you posted on his memorial what a great piece

Maggie

Added by Maggie O on May 18, 2014 11:09 AM

Bernard-Trigg
RE: Jeremy Wade Moore
I will be happy to transfer Jeremy's memorial page to you but you did not include your contributor #. I can find it but it is always best to make the transfer request from the person's memorial page using the edit tab at the top right. Then the request will automatically include your # and the link to the memorial page. It saves time for the original contributor and is much more convenient. Many contributors will not make transfers unless it is done that way, myself included. Please go to Jeremy's page and use the edit tab to make your request. ...Thanks

Added by Bernard-Trigg on Feb 25, 2014 3:46 PM

HortonHunter
RE: Sponsor
You are so very welcome Charlene. I am Tina's cousin and have been so happy to get so much info in the past (from your tree and findagrave.com) on Phillip's family. It really means a lot to me and I know it will to her also.
Sincerely,
Linda Gail

Added by HortonHunter on Jan 01, 2014 6:02 PM

John Armistead
RE: Sybil Moseley
Thank you for the transfer.
I do not find a Moseley-McGowan connection in my family. Sorry about that!

Added by John Armistead on Dec 29, 2013 7:18 PM

Gail McKinzie Clark
Cogdell Hyden
Thanks for the transfer - that was fast.

Added by Gail McKinzie Clark on Sep 25, 2013 6:03 PM

Jen Snoots
RE: Hannah Weld
Hi Charlene,
Thanks for the offer, but I've never been to that part of Vermont (and I'm not from here either!). Hopefully someone will come along sometime and be looking for her :)
~Jen~

Added by Jen Snoots on Aug 22, 2013 9:32 AM

Charlie Oehler - The Dutchman
Fonzo
Would you like to maintain the memorial for his wife, Florence Goodgame Futrell? I would be happy to transfer her memorial to you.

Thanks....Charlie O

Added by Charlie Oehler - The Dutc... on Jan 04, 2013 4:14 PM

Laura Taylor
RE: Thanks
That was grandma pat's favorite brother in law. She just got remarried on the 13th of October to a man she knew when she was eight years old. She now lives in Harrisonville Missouri. I will tell her i heard from you.

Added by Laura Taylor on Nov 09, 2012 12:10 PM

Laura Taylor
Ethel Clark
I will not have a phone till the 16th, it will be 816-810-5914. My email is laura.taylorsmith@yahoo.com. I will help with what i can. I get most of my info from Grandma Pat (Lester's wife).

Added by Laura Taylor on Nov 09, 2012 10:23 AM

Snay Finder
RE: Find A Grave memorial for George Walston.
Yes, I would like to have the updated memorial.

Thank you!

Added by Snay Finder on Sep 20, 2012 5:20 PM

Alice Speaker Jones
RE: 16910771
Thanks. This is perfect.

Added by Alice Speaker Jones on Jul 08, 2012 6:14 PM

Dorene Loveall
Orrin Lloyd Morgan
Yes, please transfer him to me. Thank you.

Added by Dorene Loveall on Oct 01, 2011 1:05 PM

Susann
Sue Trapp
You're very welcome and I'm so sorry that you all lost her way too early.

Added by Susann on Feb 13, 2011 9:14 PM

Joanne
RE: Etta Ridge
Charlene, Thanks for putting the info on Etta's memorial. I didn't ask for a transfer because she is not my direct line. She is my great uncle's sons daughter. Thanks for your hard work. I'm greatful everytime I see one my families memorial on here. Thanks again.

Joanne

Added by Joanne on Feb 04, 2011 10:27 PM

Michael Hines
John & Helen Hines
Charlene, You asked for information on my mother, Helen Hines back in December; I will be happy to respond as soon as I can. The recent month has been hectic and that will continue into early February, so when things quiet down I'll get to it. Thanks for your interest.

Added by Michael Hines on Jan 25, 2011 11:37 AM

Michael Hines
John Hines Memorial
Hello, Charlene. I am writing to acknowledge your memorial page dedicated to your godfather, John E. Hines, who was also my father. I am the eldest of his children and find great delight in discovering elements of his life about which I was completely unaware. The story about your father and mother's wedding is marvellous as was your hopes for one of the Mercedes. When I saw the photos on the memorial page, it was clear that I hadn't seen either of them before. I sent the link to the page to my sister in Austin and she was very pleased to see them but she doesn't recall seeing either one before either. I am supposing that they are from your personal collection. How thoughtful of you to share them with others. For your information, John and Helen Hines are buried in the small cemetary beside the Episcopal church in Cashiers, N.C. It may interest you that we five children just had a "sibling reunion" in Cashiers in October this year, coinciding with their 100th birthdays (they were born on the same day of the same year.) My thanks again for your loyalty and devotion, and wishes to you for an enjoyable holiday season. Michael J. Hines, MD

Added by Michael Hines on Dec 23, 2010 5:43 PM

BlowingBubbles
Charlene
I want to thank you for all the pictures you took for the Burleson Memorial Cemetery. I found a relative who was related to a Cavin that married my John Summerville Mitchell. She was 103 year old when she passed into Heaven Amazing!!!!I thin I will live in Texas where the life is much slower than here! I have only heard of 1 person in my family who lived to be 100 and I was so amazed! Thank you again. Would the Cemetery have an obituary of her? SHe died in 1999 so it has not been that long. Is there a website I could get it?

Added by BlowingBubbles on May 22, 2010 9:46 PM

John Christeson
Lawrence Chapel Cem., Williamson Co., TX
Good Morning,

I see that you have visited this cemetery and taken a photograph there of a gravestone.

Could you give me directions to this cemetery, say from Taylor, TX?

Sincerely

John J. Christeson

Added by John Christeson on Mar 16, 2010 8:57 AM

Annette Foster Ditto
RE: Roy Irvin Hall
he is related but no need to transfer.

Thanks for the info you had.
Annette

Added by Annette Foster Ditto on Jan 04, 2010 6:55 AM

curtis taylor
Charlene
May your thanksgiving be beautiful
Full of family, full of love
Let the memories continue to be the season
Of your life and let the legacy of your beloved
be forever enshrined in happiness and joy
Always in the golden time of day.
Peace

Added by curtis taylor on Nov 25, 2009 3:29 PM

Lyn St.Peters
RE: Julia Gahagan
You are very welcome.

Added by Lyn St.Peters on Sep 29, 2009 8:53 AM

Barbara
RE: John Salter Martin
I am glad to hear from you. What is your line from John Salter Martin?

The following was given to me by Alphia Morris Koch whose mother was Elizabeth Martin who married Miron Morris.

Silas Hosmer Martin's parents:
Holbrook Martin, son of Ebeneezer and Prudence Merritt Martin,was born in Marblehead, Mass. on Jan. 28, 1773, and baptised Jan. 31, 1773. He married Lydia Hosmer, daughter of Abel and Lucy Lee Hosmer, on October 5, 1794. She was born in Kingston, New Hampshire on November 1, 1770. They were married in Concord, Massachusetts.

Holbrook Martin moved to Castine, Maine in 1799. He was a hatter (or haberdasher)

The children of Holbrook and Lydia Hosmer Martin:
Silas Hosmer Martin, born July 18, 1795, in Penobscot, Hancock County, Maine.
Lucy Lee Martin, born May 23, 1797, in Castine, Maine.
Prudence, baptised May 11, 1800.

Source: History of Castine, Maine: Census Records; and family records.

Ebeneezer Martin (Parentage unknown) was born in 1741. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary War; in 1776 he was in Captain Gideon Burt's Company, Colonel Timothy Danielson's Regiment. He was also a quarter gunner in Captain Edward Fettyplace's company from Marblehead in 1777.
The book Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolution states: "Martin, Ebeneezer, Springfield (also given Marblehead), Capt. Gideon Burt's company, Col. Timothy Daniel's Regiment; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted April 28, 1775, service 3 months, 11 days; also Company return dated Roxbury camp, Oct. 6, 1775; also order for bounty cost or its equivalent in money; dated Dec. 22, 1775."

Ebeneezer Martin married at Marblehead, Mass. Prudence Merritt, daughter of John and Jean Merritt. They were married on October 28, 1766. He died in Marblehead, Jan. 10, 1800. She died there on Jan. 10, 1800, aged 61 years.

Ebeneezer and Prudence Martin children:
Ebeneezer born c 1767.
Holbrook, baptised Jan. 31, 1773.
Jane, baptised November 5, 1775.
Mary, baptised September 7, 1778.
Prudence, baptised April 29, 1781.

Alphia compiled & shared years ago and it should be verified against now available info. I've done a bit of occasional checking/searching. I am not sure all the Rev. War activity listed belongs to OUR Ebeneezer Martin. This needs study.

Added by Barbara on Sep 20, 2009 6:13 PM

GLM
Loy Norris grave
Charlene,
May we use your photo of Colonel Norris' grave on our website TAPS page to honor him as a 303rd Bomb Group veteran? Please see my bio or http://www.303rdbg.com/project-folded-flag.html to see what we are doing.

Thanks very much,
Gary and Susan Moncur

Added by GLM on Jul 24, 2009 9:40 AM

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