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Suezy OBrienHouse (#47186638)
 member for 7 years, 11 months, 20 days
Glen Pierce
Pierce genealogy
Hi - I just found Debra and then I read that she died 9 months ago. She was a special person from what I read today. She did alot in life.

I wanted to share my Pierce (Pearce) data with her.

Can you ask her relatives to contact me?
I have the Pearce (Pierce) linked back to our Henry Pearce who was born 1726 in Scotland and migrated to Fairfield, Essex County, NJ. Which is where I grew up in the 1950/60s.

Glen Pierce of Whiting NJ.

Added by Glen Pierce on Aug 26, 2017 11:18 AM

Pete & Betty
Hi Suezy
Thank you for the additional Forrester information.
Are we related? Your connection to Forrester could link us.

Added by Pete & Betty on Sep 16, 2016 3:18 PM

RE: Hess
Is your email address all lower case? Yes, have had my DNA done on ancestry and am on there off and on as time permits.

Added by Familysearcher on Sep 02, 2016 11:28 PM

RE: Hess
My George Hess was born in Germany and married Barbra Ruth shortly after arriving in Louisville, KY. His trade was cabinet making. He eventually became a famous undertaker with several locations and did have a furniture factory. One of his sons carried on the Funeral business for many years after his death. His dates are 1809 to 1861. I don't know if he is your George Hess or not. There is at least one other George Hess that was in this area concurrent with mine, but I don't anything about him. My George is my maternal 3X great grandfather. Lots of George Hesses, as Hess is a very common German name.
Kenny Napper

Added by Familysearcher on Sep 01, 2016 10:19 PM

Walter Cloyd Dean
Tombstone says 1902, and you are asking a change to 1903. Please send your proof.

Added by Kat on May 04, 2016 6:52 PM

RE: Troxler
Yes, Jr is in the lot with most of the rest. But Sr. is in a different location along with many more Troxlers. Send me you email address and I with send them to you.

Added by babs on Apr 12, 2016 6:42 PM

RE: Troxler
Where in Kansas do you live? Are you close to KC?

Added by babs on Apr 12, 2016 3:39 PM

RE: Troxler
Let me know when you're coming this way and if you have more family in Cave Hill and I'll help you out. Cave Hill is 396 acres of stones and I know it pretty well after almost 6 years. It's the only cemetery in town that I go to and it keeps me pretty busy.

Added by babs on Apr 12, 2016 3:37 PM

RE: Troxler
Go to you can search for people there.

Added by babs on Apr 12, 2016 3:07 PM

Susan Schultz
Do you know who Joseph Monty's parents were. I am doing a family tree for my son-in-law. Joseph is one of his Great Grandfathers. I would like more information if possible.
Thank you

Added by Susan Schultz on Nov 04, 2014 11:57 PM

RE: Atwater OH Old Cemetery
Found James Cumins Butler, d Sept 12, 1884, age 80 yrs, 4 mo, also Fanny Butler wife of J Cumins Butler d Jan 27 1899 age 92 yrs 9 mo 4 d. Can you add these memorials and I will try to get you pics :) All buried in same plot w Rufus, David, Betsy, Try..

Added by Sandykp on Aug 11, 2014 3:51 PM

RE: Atwater OH Old Cemetery
Good I have some more Butlers to enter from the old cemetery, and not much can be read on the stones, so hopefully they will be in your tree (with the little info I can find) and you can update them with more info. Check back later I have 2000 photos to put up :)

Added by Sandykp on Aug 09, 2014 4:19 PM

Atwater OH Old Cemetery
Hi, I am working on mapping and recording the OLD SECTION of Atwater Ohio cemetery. I see bits and pieces were done over the years. I noticed you are maintaining some from maybe a retired Find A Grave contributor. Do you have many from Atwater? Do you by chance know if a map was made or have one. It sure would help me. The cemetery doesn't have a database on the Old section. I am hoping to complete one for them. Just wondered if you had any information since you are maintaining another gravers memorials. Thanks so much for any info. Sandy

Added by Sandykp on Aug 09, 2014 3:22 AM

RE: Walker line
Hi Suezy,
Yes, we are cousins. I figured it out to be 5th cousins. Our common ancestor starts with Richard Walker. Next is son Elmore Walker m: Henrietta Burch. Then daughter Martha Smith Walker m: Ira Sullivan/Sillivan. Next is daughter Susan Catherine Sullivan m: Wm Madison May. Their son Ferdinand Hawthorne was my grandfather. He was married to Bernice Crum. My dad was William Ferdinand May married to the sweet Mary Lee Walcott. And then there is me Sally. Most of my branch lived in Monroe County, IN where I too was born. Being married to a professor takes you to a lot of different places. We are now near Wingate University, not too far from Charlotte, NC. We also have lived in Chattanooga, TN and Miami, FL.

If ever I can be of some help or you see I have made an error, don't hesitate to contact me.

Cousin Sally Cuffe

Added by cuffelinks on Jul 01, 2014 3:25 AM

Hi Suezy,

Sorry it took me so long to get back to you. To answer your question concerning Adolfine's parentage, yes, I did confirm. It's been a day or two since I first contacted you, but if I recall correctly, the info was readily available on Family Search.

As far as the foil; it's something I have not tried yet myself, but I do intend to do so. I see some folks use chalk, and of course it brings out details, but I was a bit hesitant to do that.

While it can be frustrating to come across a hard to read stone, and very tempting to go for a "quick fix", I did wonder what a family member (or anyone) might think if they came across a chalked stone. Now that I read a bit more about it, and how the chalk may not even wash off, I am glad I read a bit more about safe alternatives to chalking and the other not-so-good methods discussed.

Please let me know if you try it and how it worked for you, and thank you for your interest.

Thanks again,

Added by Sheila on Sep 08, 2013 2:57 AM

Hi Suezy,

Thank you for your speedy response and accomplishment of the edit and links. Much appreciated.

No, I am no relation to the Feichtinger family, nor to most of the person's whose memorials I manage. I just try to put a little extra into the memorials as I can, locating family and requesting as many photos as possible.

I am thankful to have some very wonderful people helping me in those respects, and I am also grateful for people, such as yourself, who perform the MANY edits I generate along the way.

So how are you related to the Feichtingers?


Added by Sheila on Sep 06, 2013 5:33 PM

Amy Ault
Free Sexson
I can't believe it's been a little over 2 years since I created the memorial, but I can't recall where I got the details. I did see the other memorial, and it looks very accurate, so I have deleted the memorial that I had added myself. Thanks for the suggestion! :)


Added by Amy Ault on May 21, 2013 7:16 PM

Carl F. Johnson
RE: Hi Suezy cool. Yeah, I miss Aunt Nancy as well. Tell Uncle Don I said can reach me at or msg me thru here. I'm on here quite a bit as I'm doing research for some folks in the cemeteries in Leavenworth.


Added by Carl F. Johnson on Feb 12, 2013 9:42 AM

I found the plot For the Monty's. But there wasn't more then just the name in the whole cemetery. I'm sorry I couldn't find more for you. If there is anything else I can do for you let me know.

Added by alwaysklicking on Sep 20, 2012 8:08 PM

K Haymond
RE: Mary Beard Memorial# 78198961
I can't tell from the photo either. A cemetery reading done in Aug 1975 gives her age as 63y 8m 23d
Hope this helps you

Added by K Haymond on Aug 16, 2012 2:12 PM

Cleone O'Brien
I added the picture tonight. If you're interested she's buried in row 38A, lot 13, site 3. Also, there's another headstone on that site for a Gary M. Somers. Do you know who he is?

Added by mks on Jul 30, 2012 9:59 PM


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