|David Mayo||RE: Mayo Cemetery|
It bounced back. I'll try again.
Added by David Mayo on Apr 11, 2017 12:26 PM
|David Mayo||Mayo Cemetery|
You have requested a photo for a memorial in this cemetery. Can you send me your current email address? I have a question.
Added by David Mayo on Apr 11, 2017 11:11 AM
|James Harvey||Henry John Parker|
Hi. Your Find a Grave # for this is 38289593. I was unaware of this when I created 178154752 for the same man. Would you know how to merge these? I found this info on Ancestry. He is my GG Grandfather!I have more info, should you need it. My contact is email@example.com Thank you Jim Harvey
Added by James Harvey on Apr 06, 2017 2:41 PM
|Carole Haas||RE: County Cemetery|
Sorry, no information. I don't live in California, and have never been there.. I only got the name of the cemetery off of Hazen Finan's death certificate.
Added by Carole Haas on Mar 29, 2017 6:08 PM
|Karen Grossman||William Duncan|
Created by: Smilydino
Record added: Feb 07, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47717014
My husband's family are descendants of William and Polly (Connell) Duncan.
The dates I have match the dates on your memorial.
My information has the location of death for William as Bedford, Trimble, Kentucky. I do not have a grave site for William. This was gathered early in my research, so I do not have the source of this information.
I would be interested in knowing your source for the place of death for William. Medicine Lodge, Barber, Kansas.
Thank you for any information you can give me.
Added by Karen Grossman on Feb 22, 2017 9:33 AM
|Patricia Kinzie||Lulu Rebecca Nanney|
Is it possible for you to send me my update to this grave so I won't have to look up the info again? I received your email that I need to contact someone else.
Thanks, Patricia Kinzie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Added by Patricia Kinzie on Feb 20, 2017 4:26 PM
|pjk999pjk||RE: Verity Woodward|
I sent updates to add info to this memorial. I found the name in the burial book abstract as "Verlie".
Added by pjk999pjk on Feb 20, 2017 10:52 AM
|Nancy Ann Mull Buchanan||Sadie Stover & Eva Stover|
Eva Stover is buried right next to Sarah (Sadie) Stover in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Newark, Licking County, Ohio.
Added by Nancy Ann Mull Buchanan on Feb 20, 2017 8:19 AM
|RobMinteer57||Wright family connection|
Your e-mail bounced--here's what I tried to send you:
William Bonham's wife was my great-grandfather's second cousin. It would be great to have a Descendancy from the two of them, to fill in many blanks in that part of my Wright family. Eunice Mae Bonham was my paternal grandmother's third cousin, as were her brothers and sisters. I'll be adding Bios in the coming months, so will send you what I have.
Added by RobMinteer57 on Nov 27, 2016 1:57 PM
|Joyce Niswander||RE: Clem Bowersox|
You're welcome for the photos.
Added by Joyce Niswander on Nov 27, 2016 1:39 PM
|holly k||jane frow|
no it didnt transcribe incorrectly. that is what i put in. that is fine. if she doesnt like that please have her contact me. by the way, why are you emailing me?
Added by holly k on Nov 12, 2016 7:44 PM
|holly k||jane frow 21842316|
message posted. thanks
Added by holly k on Nov 12, 2016 9:56 AM
|Shirley H ||William Reutter|
I went to the Stafford Baptist cemetery to look for your William Reutter. I found three stones with the name Reutter. Two small ones were for Minnie and Louise. One large stone only said Reutter. The cemetery lists 4 Reutters, Minnie and Louise spelled Reutter and Jo and William spelled Ruetter. I believe the online cemetery listing , compiled in 2001 is in error, and the name of all these folks is spelled Reutter. The large stone with only the name Reutter does not include any other information. There may have been smaller companion stones now sunk under, there may have been inscriptions now eroded away etc. There was damage to the large Reutter stone and it's been calked to preserve it. My hunch, by process of elimination, is the large Reutter stone is your William but I can't be sure. I did not claim the request, but if you want to assume the large Reutter stone is his, I'll claim and upload the picture. Also, the plot and row layout of this cemetery makes no sense. Everyone has a hard time finding anyone in this cemetery. Missing inscriptions make it impossible. Shirley in Oregon
Added by Shirley H on Nov 08, 2016 4:01 PM
|Sundown||RE: Connell Family|
The book (manuscript) is currently with UNT Press, Denton, TX for review and hopefully publication. The title, unless changed is "Watering The Drags, W. E. Connell, Prince of cattle & Banking in West Texas." To be in print sometime next year.
Added by Sundown on Oct 22, 2016 9:21 AM
|d faulkner||RE: Photo color correction|
Thank you. I only did this for the letters on the star. I found that tweeking the color that letters would come out better and us this now. Did you have a program to clean up the color photo or did you just use black and white? Thanks again.
Added by d faulkner on Oct 16, 2016 5:24 PM
|Kim & Bill Wilson||RE: Photo transfer|
Sorry about the delayed response we have not been active here for quite some time. I see you have merged the two. Anything else I can help with since I didn't get the picture done?
Added by Kim & Bill Wilson on Oct 12, 2016 11:48 AM
I have completed the book on W. E. Connell and family. The title is "Watering The Drags," W. E. Connell, Prince of Cattle and Banking." The manuscript is currently with a University Press for review. Will try to let eveyone (family) know when in print.
Norman Wayne Brown
Added by Sundown on Oct 05, 2016 10:23 AM
|Rebecca Dunlap||Harvey Church|
Thank you so very much for this transfer! Skip used to pick me up every Sunday for brunch and then we would go to the record store and I always got one record. Tons of chocolate too! When I became a professional musician, he never missed a show. He also brought all of the pies on every Thanksgiving. I miss him so. Thanks again, and Bless you!
Added by Rebecca Dunlap on Oct 03, 2016 11:27 AM
|holly k||margaret wallace|
thanks for catching that. it was one of my cousins old memos
Added by holly k on Sep 28, 2016 8:21 PM
|MarkAWlms||RE: Isabella Calhoun|
I am indeed descended from Isabella Calhoun Bonham through her daughter Anna. Through her daughter Lucy Ann Jeffries Dailey, through her daughter Hester Ann Dailey Belt, through her daughter Bertha Anna Belt Smith, through her daughter Cora Elizabeth Smith WIlliams, my grandmother. Unfortunately, I have not located a burial location for Isabella. How are we related?
Added by MarkAWlms on Sep 20, 2016 11:09 AM
|Judi (Wolfer) Aus||RE: John Shepard|
Thank you for this kind gesture. I know having correct information is so very important and so much of the genealogy facts I have found of my dear family is skewed.....as is so much for other families. Research and documentation is relevant to keeping history accurate. Judi
Added by Judi (Wolfer) Aus on Sep 18, 2016 10:10 AM
|Donna||RE: Louise (Marian Theresa) Mullen|
Ahhhh, now that works just fine. Thank you,
Added by Donna on Sep 10, 2016 9:28 PM
|Madonna Wallace||RE: Fredrick Donald Mark|
Yeah, I knew that you didn't put that information, because I had looked at it before you were maintaining it. Oh well it is correct now. We are indeed cousins of some sort. Thanks
Added by Madonna Wallace on Aug 29, 2016 4:39 PM
|Strato||RE: John Paul Mark photo|
Your photo has been added. Sorry I usually take the spouses photo also even if not requested but I missed this one. My phone did a gps marking in the plot section on the grave so in the future you can use google maps if you or any of your family would like to find the grave there. Thanks :)
Added by Strato on Aug 25, 2016 1:10 AM
|RobMinteer57||William and Eunice Bonham|
William's wife was a second cousin of my great-grandfather and Eunice was a third cousin of my paternal grandmother. I will send some brief Bios your way eventually.
Added by RobMinteer57 on Aug 18, 2016 5:10 PM