|Have Paws will travel !||William Hardwick.|
Dupes taken care of
R & S
Added by Have Paws will travel ! on Jan 24, 2017 2:43 PM
|Barbara Anne Dailey Sealey||Ruth Johnson Mackey Campbell Seley|
Checking on (Essie) Ruth Johnson Mackey Campbell Seley. She was married to Eugene Seley 1945, & they were divorced. This is the name on her gravestone. He had been married once before, & she was his second wife. I am trying to locate a daughter of theirs, Patricia Seley, my cousin. In one message by another cousin that does remember her, she calls her a "step-sister". I am wondering is Patricia used the Johnson or Mackey or Campbell name by chance & was not legally adopted by Eugene Seley but, went by the name Patricia Seley. I know this a shot in the dark but, do you know of anyway I could anything about her. She is not listed in the 1945 census year for Florida. And it is okay for you to say, there is no info on her, I will certainly understand.
Barbara Anne Seley - Coll
Added by Barbara Anne Dailey Seale... on Oct 26, 2015 4:19 PM
|Past Hunter||Ben and Ellen Corn|
Hi Tammy, Edits made for Ellen Corn. Our informaton came from "The Transylvania Co. Heritage Book NC-Vol. 2-2008; the article was written by great grandson, Charles Pierson,(now deceased) Brevard, NC; researched by S. G. Roper. There are other Corn families in the book. We will transfer Ben and Ellen if requested; they are not related to us.
Added by Past Hunter on Dec 30, 2014 7:36 AM
|Tammy Jean Johns Swartley||Hi Tammy|
Hello I am Gloria's daughter Tammy. I have been building my family tree on ancestry.com and the links I have been following have us related to John Peter Corn. Have you found links to the same information? I am trying to verify that it is correct.
Added by Tammy Jean Johns Swartley on Dec 28, 2014 9:46 AM
|Debbie Whitt||RE: N C Gillespie|
Thank you so much for your quick response. I think you are doing a great job at managing. I only noticed that the transcription was incorrect having recently visited my 2nd great-grandfather's grave. Nancy was my grandfather's second wife, she was not my grandmother. However, she was also married firstly to a relative on my fathers side. So she is enter twined on both sides of my family.
Thank you again,
Added by Debbie Whitt on May 27, 2014 2:28 PM
|No Guts, No Glory||Just wondering|
if you received all of the transfers that you requested?
Added by No Guts, No Glory on Nov 13, 2013 7:08 AM
|No Guts, No Glory||George and Samantha Johnson Family Members|
If you will look at both photos on Wilton's page, he has a military marker that was where a footpeg would have gone. I took a photo of that as well.
Added by No Guts, No Glory on Nov 10, 2013 6:19 PM
|No Guts, No Glory||For a transfer|
For a transfer,
Please go to the desired memorial page you would like...
On the top-right hand side of the page, you'll see an EDIT tab...
Click on that EDIT tab...
The next page has a list of links...
Click on the Suggest a correction line...
On the next page, there is a text box...in that box, type your Find A Grave name and Find A Grave number...and the relationship you have with the deceasedů
Thank you for your help
Added by No Guts, No Glory on Nov 10, 2013 2:24 PM
|Tina Hall Costello||Lewis Pearl|
I went to photograph today but could not find him. So I checked with the office and they found the grave on their map. The man from the office walked us to where the grave is but there is no marker. There were no other Pearls around. I'm sorry!
Added by Tina Hall Costello on Sep 13, 2013 2:43 PM
|Sherrie Lee||Ruth (pearl) Houghton|
Thank you for the links to the parents of Ruth. I have linked her to her parents.
Added by Sherrie Lee on Sep 03, 2013 9:39 AM
|Poppy||Re: Rev. Ed Corn|
Thanks so much for the kind words and finding my mistake listing the date. Sometimes the fingers works faster than the brain. If you would like, I would be more than happy to transfer his memorial to you since he might be a part of your relatives. Just let me know. Have a great day.....Poppy*
Added by Poppy on May 22, 2013 4:57 PM
|Sheila||RE: Steven Aron Daly|
You are very welcome.
Added by Sheila on May 08, 2013 7:11 PM
|MichiganMike||RE: Pics of Mathias and Elizabeth Retz|
You are quite welcome. Happy to do it.
Added by MichiganMike on Mar 20, 2013 12:39 PM
|Carl||RE: George Swisher|
There were early Swishers up in Fairfild/Hocking county Ohio area. My kids descend from the family.
Added by Carl on Mar 17, 2013 8:10 PM
Updated as suggested. You have any ideal where your George might be buried?
Added by Carl on Mar 17, 2013 6:58 PM
Thanks for the suggestions! The information was invaluable. I'll send you a private message.
Added by Benae on Feb 07, 2013 11:59 AM
|Tina Allred||Nancy Kelly Kitchens|
Hi there, I am researching the Kitchens line for my husband and I noticed a death year for Nancy Kelly Kitchens of 1850, however, the 1860 census shows her still alive and with more children. I am wondering if you can tell me where the 1850 date comes from?
Added by Tina Allred on Nov 11, 2012 10:44 PM
|Janis Owens||Canadasier (Tanadasy) Troxell Jackson|
Hi, Tanadasy (or Canadasier, or C Jane) Troxell (on some documents Stroxdill) is my gggrandmother via Jackson>Johnson line. I have a good bit of information on her family in KY. Would be happy to share. I'll be in Geneva County visiting graveyards and family sites on Labor Day - if there is anything in particular you'd like photographed. Are you a Knowles by way of Ida Jackson Knowles? Do you know there is a picture of Ben and Candasier and Ida and her husband and children?
Added by Janis Owens on Aug 24, 2012 6:24 PM
|Jim Griffis||Johnson Line|
My line on my mother's side is Mellissa Adeline Johnson, sister to Lodwick Johnson. Look forward to sharing information with you.
Added by Jim Griffis on Nov 19, 2011 7:40 PM
|Karen Glazener||glazener genealogy|
I am pleased to make your acquaintance and to help in any way I can. First, send me the names and info to like your husband to the Glazener line, then I will create a file and send that directly to you.
I have quite a bit of research on the family, including the immigrant ancestors.
There are two internet groups you might check into. There is a Facebook group: Searching The Glazener. This group is mostly younger folk not interested in genealogy but more connecting with Glazeners/Glazners on FB.
The second group is MountainKin. This group is dedicated to detailed family research on ALL the families that lived in Transylvania Co., NC. They are very helpful and about 500+ members strong.
Send your family info to my home email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Karen Glazener on Nov 07, 2011 12:21 PM
|Karen Glazener||Glazener genealogy|
Thanks for the kind words and welcome to our Glazener family. If you are interested, I hage a HUGE amount of genealogy information on the Glazener family line. I can send what ever you want, or nothing at all.
Added by Karen Glazener on Nov 07, 2011 7:24 AM
|Mariam||RE: Crystal Springs Cemetery Photo Requests|
I spent well over an hour in Crystal Springs Cemetery trying to find Sgt John Rizzo's grave. The problem with this cemetery seems to be that it is very massive it's a very large cemetery. It would certainly take months to try and document every stone if that's what I set out to do. The other problem is certainly that you can't seem to find any help in locating these particular graves you are looking for. They do not answer the phone when you call and the office that holds all the information on the people buried in this cemetery is closed and you will be very lucky to run into someone willing to help. I just hapened to be getting ready to leave when I stopped back at the office since there was a truck parking there. I knocked on the door of the office and no one answered so I decided to see if the door was unlocked this time and sure enough it was. I went in and went to the counter and said excuse me to the man which was sleeping behind the counter. He looked up the name told me where it was located and so I asked for a map. They do not have any maps available go figure so I just made my way back to where this grave was and I found it. I was so happy because I had my heart set on finding this grave. I am glad I was able to help. I will go back to the cemetery on Monday and if I find any Swisher's or Retz's I will photograph them and post it.
Added by Mariam on Sep 11, 2011 8:06 AM
|Mariam||Sgt John Rizzo Jr|
I was able to take a picture of Sgt John Rizzo Jr's grave. Also he is buried next to a John Rizzo SR and a Rosalia Rizzo I think these are his parents. Are you related to them? If so would you like me to transfer the memorial I made for them over to you? Please take time to look up memorial #'s 76134141 which is for Rosalia and # 76134052 which is for John Rizzo SR.
Added by Mariam on Sep 08, 2011 11:31 AM
|Anita J. Wages||May Charity Holbert Corn|
I don't have any info that Oscar Henry Corn had any other wife than this one. Her name was Mary Charity Holbert and went by 'Mae'. According to her death certificate, her name is Mae Charity Holbert Corn and gravestone had Mary C. Corn. However the dates are the same on both. I am related to her husband Oscar. I actually don't need the memorial transferred to me. I just like to respond when I find a relative. However, if you want to add the memorial information to yours, I'll be glad to delete mine and just post a simple, In Memory.
Added by Anita J. Wages on Apr 26, 2011 8:47 PM
|Stacileann||RE: Nancy Padilla's Headstone|
You are very welcome! I'm so glad that I could be of service with this. I was afraid I wouldn't be able to locate it because it was not listed in the book that I had and the cemetery was much larger than I anticipated. The headstone is beautiful so it stood out from the others and caught my attention. From what you shared, that is how Nancy lived her life and I'm just glad I was there to help with your request. Staci
Added by Stacileann on Apr 25, 2011 1:10 PM