I have been trying to find some of the maces.I know my grandmother was a mace name sally Ann Mace i am trying to find her parents.I know my father uncle was Willow Lucius Mace I would apperiate if you know anything them. thanks Robert Duckworth
Added by robert duckworth on May 11, 2017 12:12 PM
Thank you for the transfer. It is greatly appreciated. :)
Added by Apollymi on Apr 24, 2017 8:26 PM
|JPB||A&M College Photo of E.D. Fitzwilliam|
I would like to ask for more information about Fitzwilliam at A&M. He is listed in the June 1916 as student in the two-year Agriculture program so we believe he started that fall and would have completed the program in 1918 right before he enlisted. We simply cannot find him in any yearbook so a better quality photograph would be great. I am researching all the Aggies and local men (Brazos County) who served in the USMC for the WW1 Centennial. Any assistance would be appreciated.
John P. Blair, Ph.D.
Added by JPB on Dec 06, 2016 7:42 AM
|kelley||Find A Grave Memorial# 81075064|
The information on this memorial needs to be updated. John McLean's wife Margaret's maiden name was Margaret McPherson.
Added by kelley on Nov 19, 2016 5:25 AM
|Debbie Galbreath||James Marion Stagner|
I believe we may be kin. James Marion Stagner is my great great grandfather. My Great Grandmother is Ella Stagner Parker.
Added by Debbie Galbreath on Aug 20, 2016 10:53 PM
I AM NOT A MCPHAUL BUT MY GMA WAS. (AGUSTA) I AM ONE OF HIS TWO CHILDREN MATTHEW JOHN BARR. I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE OF MY FAMILY.
Added by Matthew Barr on May 29, 2016 5:05 PM
|Angela Short Hudson||Clark|
Hey Kathy, hope you are well.
I was researching some of the "Curries" in my family tree.
I saw where you had added Malcolm A. Clark in
Bethel Presbyterian Church Cemetery Find A Grave #141238248.
Malcolm Archie Clark marries twice 1) Mary McNeill on Jan. 28, 1884 in Robeson Co., N.C. (the one you have named on his memorial). 2) Mary Currie on April 5, 1894 in Robeson Co. N.C.
I found an obituary for Malcolm Clark, says he was about 81 yrs old when he died. I believe he was born about 1862. His mother could have been pregnant with him when his father died.
Malcolms' birth is listed as 1862 in both of his marriages.
I have added Mary Currie Clark memorial to this cemetery and linked her to her husband Malcolm A. Clark.
The children born after 1892 that died are Malcolm and Mary Currie Clarks.
Have a blessed day,
Added by Angela Short Hudson on May 27, 2016 1:47 PM
Thank you for posting John Poe and Grace Jenkins on Find A Grave. I only have family lore as sources for James W. Cather. Have you had any success with research verifying James W. Cather and his wife as the parents of James Cather born 1807 Pennsylvania? Thank you,
Added by Jan Greiving on May 22, 2016 3:16 PM
|David ||James Price|
Please look at the page for Alexander Muszynski number 139176445. I posted a photo of his flight crew that may or may not include Your cousin. 2nd Lt Muszynski was the co-pilot of the "Naughty but "Nice B24 that was piloted by Price . I don't have much info on Al Muszynski after his March 31 1944 letter home from an airfield in Brazil. Since he died on April 17 I don't think he got 21 missions under his belt. Maybe he was teamed up with an experienced crew and it was his first.
His sister is still alive and only knew of the burial in Jefferson Barracks when I showed he the photos and crash report in 2014.
If you can direct me to any sources about the crash and crew please do so Thank you.
Added by David on May 16, 2016 6:46 AM
|Claudia Allen||Beatrice Darling|
You have done an impressive amount of work for Find a Grave. Thank you for putting in the information for our Darling line.
I have a correction for Beatrice Darling. Her maiden name was Casey. Her parents were James Casey and Mary Morrisroe Casey. She was born in 1862 in Cloonaweema, County Mayo, Ireland and baptized as Bridget Casey. She changed her name to Beatrice when she came to America.
Thought you might be interested to know that my mother,(Beatrice's grand-daughter and Richard Darling Jr's niece), Beatrice Meyer, is buried with my father at Arlington National Cemetery.
Claudia Kellogg Allen
Added by Claudia Allen on May 11, 2016 10:40 AM
|Wendy||Verena Fehlmann Zeller|
I would like to talk about the information listed.
I think information is incorrect. I have her maid name as Felman. I would also like to know how you know where she was born. Any info you can provide would be great.
Added by Wendy on Mar 12, 2016 8:54 PM
|Suzette West||Always remembefed|
Kathy, I wanted you to know that I think of you and your mom often. I met you as a little girl through my sister Lynette Vines, your friend. I am her baby sister. You are in my prayers and I hope you are well. God bless
Added by Suzette West on Mar 03, 2016 1:15 PM
|Just Plain Nosy||RE: Photos|
You're welcome! And thank you! :)
Added by Just Plain Nosy on Feb 05, 2016 7:10 PM
|S OLEARY||RE: Leary/O'Leary|
Thank you for responding. My father was born in New York, (Bronx) he always said that his father was born in New Jersey, but his marriage certificate states he (Grandpa) was born in Crawford County, Elk PA.
I am located in California and stuck, and have been for many years, on trying to find actual proof of his existence. I did two years ago actually find the first physical proof of him on his marriage cert that was a shock to me, that I actually found something with his name and signature. This helped a bit because there was not much clarity on what he use to call himself, some say Bill, others say William, and more say Frances, I actually have a copy of that marriage record and it clearly states William Patrick O'Leary.
I have never been able to track where he went, Chicago is what I heard, but have no proof. I also have stories from the Chisholm side that Bill Leary was a bootlegger in Meadville PA and was raided and possible put on a chain gang, but it is speculative, and it may be a generation off. Any information at all that you could pass on would be awesome....do you have a family tree at Ancestry with him in it? I know you said youdon't have access to it right now, and mine is on hold as well, I can view, but not search, I have it on hold because I feel I have exhausted those resources until the 1950 census comes out OR someone else, like your self, can provide me with some tidbits or info that might start leading to more facts.
Thanks again for responding and please, lets keep this dialogue open as this has been quite the quest and every bit helps.
Added by S OLEARY on Jan 25, 2016 9:23 AM
|A. Pascal Johnson||Cather line|
Hello. I noticed you left a message to Andrea Cather Karas about a Jasper Joseph Cather married to Sarah Wolfe. I am a great great grandson of Harry F. Cather through Ethel Bernice, and I have been trying to do research on the Cathers. I, however, was not able to find much information for Harry's ancestors. I would greatly appreciate any info that you might have.
-Asher Pascal Johnson
Added by A. Pascal Johnson on Jan 11, 2016 12:17 PM
|Brenda Custer Randall||McPhaul at Hillcrest Memorial|
I recently contacted Hillcrest Memorial in Bossier Parish about all photo requests for this site on Find A Grave, only to be told that they now charge for "genealogical research". Since you are related, you should be able to get this information at no charge.
If you can provide the area plus row, I'll be happy to fulfill your photo request.
Added by Brenda Custer Randall on Dec 13, 2015 10:39 AM
|Bettie Wilson||Granddaughter of Henry Clayton Miller|
I, Bettie Ann Miller Wilson, joined to find out how to add my mother's name to the children of Henry Clayton and Lena Elizabeth Miller. Her name was Ludie Gertrude Miller, born August 15, 1951 and died January 13, 1996.
Added by Bettie Wilson on Oct 20, 2015 9:21 AM
|Ellen Long||RE: hooray|
Ok, thank you.
Added by Ellen Long on Sep 19, 2015 12:38 PM
Hi, I just joined in the hopes of finding the cemetary of these two. They are my grandparents Alonzo (Lonnie) and Helen McPhaul. How are you related to them? Thank you for having it on here.
Added by Ellen Long on Sep 19, 2015 12:15 PM
|Charles Franz||RE: J. B. Lock|
Feel free to use my pics for anything you want. I do it because I love photography, and enjoy helping people out. You do not have to give me credit for anything.
Added by Charles Franz on Sep 06, 2015 6:29 AM
|Gail and Scott Hannah||Stewart|
All Worth County edits from me were taken from the book "The History of Worth County, GA." vol II. Thanks for the edit add. I am not kin. gai
Added by Gail and Scott Hannah on Aug 27, 2015 8:52 AM
|Jack||John Hagan and Roberts Family|
It was referenced in the Georgia Historical Quarterly that in the 1950s Mrs. Daniel McPhaul of Sparks possessed CSA Hagan's letters and those of my GG Grandfather James S, Robert, Hagan's brother in law. Do you know where they might be? Thank you.
Added by Jack on Jul 06, 2015 10:26 PM
|Valarie Vine||Emblin Shotts|
No...............not related. I simply enjoy taking photographs and adding them to findagrave.
Added by Valarie Vine on Jun 17, 2015 4:20 PM
I have a letter written by Betsy to my mom in 1947, telling about her impending marriage to Forrest McPhaul... would love to email you a copy...and send you the original. Need email address.
Added by GoneToTexas on Jun 10, 2015 7:35 PM
|Gina Reardon-Gaddis||RE: Bostic|
No problem. Anything for a friend.
Added by Gina Reardon-Gaddis on May 31, 2015 7:06 PM