That is what I meant to write.
Added by Bushong Weiss on Mar 06, 2017 2:53 PM
|Bushong Weiss||GEORGE WILLIAM AND GEORGE WARREN FREEMAN|
Both are buried in the same cemetery and I posted Death Certificates for both and your George Warner Freeman does state his middle name on the Death Certificate. I have posted both Death Certificates.
Added by Bushong Weiss on Mar 06, 2017 2:52 PM
|Bushong Weiss||George Warner Freeman|
Is he number 52632604? Buried in Union-Udell Cemetery in Washtenaw Co?
Added by Bushong Weiss on Mar 06, 2017 2:42 PM
You did not imply ., lots folks do not like them that is why I asked. On your George Freeman, have you tried military records, if any , sometimes they will list middle name. Where is your George Warner Freeman at? The memorial that you do not want to manage can be transfered to Find A Grave, under number 8.
Added by Bushong Weiss on Mar 06, 2017 2:40 PM
|Bushong Weiss||George William Freeman|
Sorry, I am not related , just adding information when I have to make a suggestion so the owner knows where I get the information, If you want the death certificate deleted I can do that also.
Fraya Bushong Weiss
Added by Bushong Weiss on Mar 06, 2017 1:06 PM
|Owen Jones||RE: Charles Dickinson|
Thanks for your reply! Now you will be cursed with a longer response. :-) Hope you don't mind.
I think I'm a 7th great grandson. My great grandmother was Fannie Dickinson, the daughter of Samuel Dickinson. He and his father Amos settled in Steuben County, New York sometime before 1820. That much is absolutely certain.
As an aside, and not important, the Samuel Dickinson family and Major Jones family had all sorts of connections in Addison, NY. It's kind of funny.
-- Major Jones (my great grandfather) married Fannie
-- Major's sister Ann married Fannie's uncle, the wonderfully named Amos Benjamin Coomer Dickinson (ABC Dickinson)
-- Major's daughter Anna Eliza married Samuel Dickinson's son, Samuel Dickinson, Jr.
Major Jones and Samuel Dickinson lived across the road from each other. The Joneses on the Rathbone side and the Dickinsons on the Addison side of the town line which ran down the middle of the road. They were farmers.
My g-g-grandfather Samuel Dickinson (1798-1886) was the son of
Amos Dickinson (1774-1850), born in Rensselaer County, NY
Samuel Dickinson (1750-1824) born in Columbia County, NY
Christopher Dickinson (1728-1814) born in Narragansett, RI
Samuel Dickinson of Narragansett son of
I appreciated your Findagrave entry because you had clearly done your homework. :-) Showing that Charles could not have been tied to the Mayflower family mentioned in the entry. I love good research! I'm a researcher for a consulting firm so I'm kind of the same way, although I am guilty of occasionally 'stealing' stuff from someone else's tree when there are no records, but I do try to revisit them to see if there is any plausible support for the relationship in the form of documentation. A healthy degree of skepticism is required on Ancestry.com.
Your entry on Charles D was very useful because I had been checking out Charles Dickinson and noticed some people had parents for him, and I didn't, which eventually led me to your wonderful entry.
Again, thanks very much!
Added by Owen Jones on Feb 11, 2017 5:14 AM
|John "J-Cat" Griffith||RE: William Denning #22129707|
Hello Jane, in regards to Congressman Denning's portrait I posted on his memorial I acquired it from
Wikipedia. (link is below) The image is public domain, so it's opened to everyone. Thanks,
Added by John "J-Cat" Griffith on Oct 19, 2016 7:45 AM
|Anne Rupert||RE: Sylvanus Rapp aka George S. Rapp|
Jane will delete mine soon once all info transferred. Thx Anne
Added by Anne Rupert on Sep 18, 2016 11:05 AM
|Janet Marie||RE: Chappell|
Added by Janet Marie on Sep 04, 2016 1:06 PM
|Janet Marie||Chappells and Heath in Nepeuskun Cemetery, WI|
I added photos to several of your memorials in Nepeuskun Cemetery, Winnebago Co, WI. There is a wide shot of the area they are buried in with a caption on it explaining who is buried where.
I hope these photos are beneficial to you in your research.
Added by Janet Marie on Sep 04, 2016 11:33 AM
|Scout||RE: Pauline Chappell|
I am going to remove the parents. The rest is absolutely correct. I don't have time to research further since we are vacationing and have very limited time. With parents removed the memorial will correct.
Added by Scout on Aug 01, 2016 7:00 AM
|Scout||RE: Pauline Chappell|
Her dates are already correct and that is the same person. The M. in the one record is the initial of her maiden name, which is common , but causes confusion. After viewing the records I know they are the same person. I will add her middle name, everything else is correct.
Added by Scout on Aug 01, 2016 6:46 AM
I declined linking the father edit as it would have unlinked the mother.
Added by Scout on Jul 31, 2016 9:15 AM
|Scout||RE: Chappells at Riverside|
We walked and photographed the entire cemetery last fall, but that does not mean he is not there. Maybe he did not have a marker. If you have an obit that names that cemetery I would go ahead and add him with a note stating his obit lists that cemetery. We did not have a transcription, we went by our photos .
Added by Scout on Jul 29, 2016 5:01 PM
|Lori ||Minnie Chappell Young|
I "found" Minnie Chappel Young and already suggested links and updated birth/death info, but thought you might want to request management:
Added by Lori on Jun 03, 2016 10:34 AM
|C & Y Zinn-Haines||Theodore Liszewski|
Send the obit and I will add it. Thanks
Added by C & Y Zinn-Haines on Apr 11, 2016 11:36 AM
My interest is in William Denning Junior, son of William Denning and Sarah Hawxhurst;
He and his wife and children settled in Fishkill, NY.
Added by Leighj on Feb 05, 2016 7:44 AM
|CHANDLER||RE: Harold Richard Freeman|
Oh good! I was thinking I was totally missing something! I looked and looked and looked and just couldn't find the connection.
No worries... I have nearly done the same thing myself. So many names on the brain!
Thank you for all you do on Find A Grave. It is the community contributions that make this place so amazing.
Good luck with your genealogy travels.
Added by CHANDLER on Nov 06, 2015 7:23 AM
|CHANDLER||Harold Richard Freeman 29095178|
I received your edit request for Harold Richard Freeman, Find A Grave Memorial# 29095178, however I cannot find any supporting evidence that his father was Harry Bullard 38723668.
Can you let me know how you know this relationship is correct?
I will hold off accepting your edit request until I hear from you.
In census records, his father is listed as Frank Freeman, and his mother is listed as Bessie Freeman. Bessie appears to have been married to Frank even in 1900 (18 years before Harold was born).
I don't see any mention of anyone named Harry Bullard in Harold's records.
Thank you for your help.
Added by CHANDLER on Nov 05, 2015 8:18 PM
|Curtis L. Tobin Sr.||Phebe Churchill|
The changes to the above name have been made. Curtis
Added by Curtis L. Tobin Sr. on Nov 02, 2015 1:53 PM
|Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester||RE: Wallace Bullard|
Click on the picture, the caption I have is it is from the Kenmore Sr HS yearbook, Kenmore NY 1945
Added by Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester on Oct 30, 2015 6:28 AM
|Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester||RE: PFC Wallace R. Bullard|
Added by Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester on Oct 30, 2015 5:45 AM
|Nadine Baker||RE: Joseph Beal and Elizabeth Cleghorn|
Hi Jane! Sorry - I've just come across your message here. I'd be delighted to share and learn with you. I'll send you an email as opposed to communicating on here... Talk to you soon!
Added by Nadine Baker on Aug 13, 2015 9:50 AM
|Sandy Vandertol||RE: Thomas S. Chappell|
Happy Genealogy Trails to you!
Added by Sandy Vandertol on Jun 16, 2015 5:55 PM
|Sandy Vandertol||RE: Thomas S. Chappell|
Sounds like a plan! I know some neighbors named Chappell, but don't if they are related, so I'm happy to transfer.
Added by Sandy Vandertol on Jun 16, 2015 4:48 PM