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John Clay Harris (#47322896)
 member for 6 years, 11 months, 5 days
RE: Other Seeley names
OK, I've just added photos to your new memorials.

Added by Graceti on May 21, 2017 10:08 AM

Other Seeley names
I just sent you an email using the Edit tab on Israel's memorial.

Added by Graceti on May 20, 2017 10:25 AM

RE: Sarah Stone and Israel Seeley
You're very welcome.

I have added the photos to the memorials.
I also have some photos of other Seeley headstones.
Are you interested in creating memorials?

Added by Graceti on May 19, 2017 5:14 PM

RE: Sarah Stone and Israel Seeley
I have some photos for Israel and Sarah but both memorials have no room for more photos.

Added by Graceti on May 16, 2017 2:48 PM

Aaron Gleim
RE: Memorial# 91930409
Hello John ,

My 5th great grandfather was named Abel White ( b. circa 1747 - died 1823 in Greenup Co.Kentucky ) .He was born in Connecticut & he married Rebeckah ( Sollis ) born 8 July 1755 - d. 29 Mar.1827 ) ..She was the daughter of Joseph Sollis ( Solace ) & Susanna ( Johnson ) .. at some point they moved to Rutland Co. VT..

sometime around 1812 , Abel , Rebeckah , and several children migrated west . Abel & Rebeckah settled in Greenup County Kentucky , and several of their children settled across the Ohio River in Scioto County Ohio . two sons , John White & my 4th gr. grandfather Daniel White both fought in Ohio during the War of 1812 . In fact , several of the " White " children and their spouses were early settlers of Scioto County, Ohio in the early 1800's.

Abel White's WILL was recorded in 1823 in Greenup County Kentucky , listing his wife and children , and listing his son Daniel White ( my 4th gr. grandfather ) as Executor of his will . It is assumed he died in 1823 . however I havent been able to find his grave site .

Some people believe Abel White also married to a Sarah Comfort while living in Kentucky , however I have seen no evidence to support this . There is also those who believe ( some of my own family do ) that out WHITE family traces back to Peregrine White of the Mayflower . however this is also hard to prove .

Abel White & Rebeckah , had at least 10 children .

1. Seth White ( b. circa 1779 Tinmouth, Rutland , Vermont - died between 1850 - 1860 Woodland Co. Illinois . shows up in the 1850 Census . he married Laura Ann Benham ( c. 1783 -c. 1860 )

2. Susanna White ( 1780 -1830 ) married Brice Kilpatrick , both buried in Pike Co.Ohio

3.Abel White Jr.( 1783 - 1819 ) m. Abigail Green . both buried in Steuben Co. NY

4.Rebecca White ( 1789 - 1861 ) married Nathaniel Searl . both died in Scioto County,OH

5.Mary White ( 1790 -1852 ) m. Wyatt Chamberlin ( Wyatt also fought in Ohio during the War of 1812 , fought in the same regiment as brother-in laws John White & Daniel White ) . Mary & Wyatt both died in Scioto Co.Ohio

6.Daniel White ( 1792-1857 ) m. Sarah Osborn . my 4th gr. grandparents .both died in Scioto Co

7.John White (1794- 1874 ) m.Sylvia Wyman. both died in Scioto Co.Ohio.

8.Asa White ( 1798- 1882 ) married first Catherine Peto , married 2nd Harriet Otis , married 3rd. Eleanor Howard . Asa White lived in Illinois and Texas. he died in Texas.

9.Jeremiah White ( 1801 - 1868 ) m.Sally A. Gallaher ( Galliher ) . both died in Scioto Co.

10 Joel White ( 1802 - 1837 ) married first Elizabeth Galliher . married second Mercy Martha Titus . Joel lived in Knox Co.Illinois , buried Pulaski Illinois.

I probably didnt help much on your SETH WHITE ..however it is possible that your SETH and my SETH could be related .


Added by Aaron Gleim on Mar 04, 2017 8:39 AM

Janet Muff
Oliver White, Hortonville
Hello John,

Do you have a source for the birth date on Oliver White or are you computing the date from the age at death? If the latter, then I'm willing to put an approximate year on the memorial, but would prefer not to put the computed birth date because so often those dates are wrong.

Please let me know.

Thank you,

Janet Muff

Added by Janet Muff on Mar 02, 2017 5:22 PM

Judith Statezny-Ulch
RE: John Seely
John, I just sent you my line of ancestors from my email which is so you may want to check your junk folder.

Thanks again.


Added by Judith Statezny-Ulch on Jan 14, 2017 4:35 PM

Judith Statezny-Ulch
RE: John Seely
Thanks so much.

Added by Judith Statezny-Ulch on Jan 13, 2017 9:19 AM

Judith Statezny-Ulch
John Seely
I just transferred John to you. Since he is my 8th Great Grandfather, will you share your info with me?
Judith Statezny-Ulch

Added by Judith Statezny-Ulch on Jan 13, 2017 6:37 AM

Harry Whitten
Summerall Cemetary Columbia County Fl
I have tried to locate the Summerall Cemetary but have been unable to find it. One note said it was located at the intersection of US10 and SR 20, but this is in the middle of the Osceola Forest, not in a pasture as pictured.
Do you have any other location information on it?

also, i would like to join Find a Grave as i visit many old cemetaries in Florida as i do my research

Thanks for any additional info you can give me.

Harry Whitten

Added by Harry Whitten on Dec 15, 2016 10:08 AM

Adelina N Healy
Timothy Foster

I am trying to find the military service of this Patriot. We the DAR want to place a marker at his grave site. However, I need to know where to find his service record. Can you help me?

Addie Healy
Dudley, MA

Added by Adelina N Healy on Nov 22, 2016 2:52 PM

RE: Henry Lowenthal
Tks John!

Added by sanford on Nov 12, 2016 5:52 AM

Lieut Mark Elwell, Sr
Dudley - The Captain Job Knapp Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) cordially invites you to attend a Dedication Ceremony for Revolutionary War Patriot Grave Markers on Monday, October 10, 2016, at 11 a.m. at the Corbin Cemetery on Corbin Road in Dudley, MA. This event is open to the public.
Patriots to be honored are the following:
b.1756 d.1812
Revolutionary War Soldier
John Eliot Eaton
Staff Officer (Surgeons's Mate) - MA
b.1729 d.1783
Revolutionary War Soldier
William Carter
Captain - Massachusetts
b.1743 d.1824
Revolutionary War Soldier
Mark Dodge
SGT & CPL - Massachusetts
b.1730 d.1799
Revolutionary War Soldier
Mark Elwell
Lieutenant - Connecticut

Added by Granddaughter on Oct 09, 2016 10:20 AM

Henry Lowenthal
Hi John, are you related to David Richard Harris and his wife Florence "Flossie" Renn-Harris? Henry's wife was their neice.-Stephen

Added by sanford on Sep 03, 2016 7:38 AM

C. Krueger
Your Bio
John I thoroughly enjoyed reading your bio and the connecting links in it. Your trip with your grandmother was a wonderful gift to not only her, but your extended family with all the genealogy you have done. Great work. Most Sincerely - Carolyn Krueger

Added by C. Krueger on Aug 06, 2016 3:39 PM

M Gaulden
Cary Vriginia Cashion

I doing some research into this family. Jessie Mae Cashion was born October of 1914 according to her birth certificate. "North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000," database, FamilySearch ( : 8 December 2014), Lettie M Little in entry for Jessie May Cashion, 30 Oct 1914; from "North Carolina, Birth and Death Indexes, 1800-2000," database and images, Ancestry ( : 2005); citing vol. 1, p. 66, Lincoln, North Carolina, North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh.

The Tressie May Cashion in this Memorial, Should be for Cary Virginia Cashion who died of Whooping cough in May of 1921."North Carolina Deaths, 1906-1930," database with images, FamilySearch ( : 8 December 2014), Lettie M. Littel in entry for Cary Virginia Cashion, 04 May 1921; citing Mecklenburg, North Carolina, reference nc 346, State Department of Archives and History, Raleigh; FHL microfilm 1,892,689.



P.S. sent in an edit for it

Added by M Gaulden on Jul 30, 2016 2:41 PM

Adelina N Healy
RE: Ens Timpthy Foster Jr
We will be marking Lieutenant Mark Elwell grave this October, 2016 We are going to do it on Columbus day.
Hope you can join us. We will be having a reception t the Black Tavern after the ceremony.

Added by Adelina N Healy on Jun 24, 2016 7:37 PM

Adelina N Healy
RE: Ens Timpthy Foster Jr
Your welcome.

Added by Adelina N Healy on May 01, 2016 9:40 AM

Adelina N Healy
RE: Ens Timpthy Foster Jr

I do not remember if I answered you about your 5th great gradfathers. Yes, we will be honoring them both. I will let you know when we do. We have just identified the first five Patriots. But yours are on the list to honor.

Added by Adelina N Healy on May 01, 2016 8:53 AM

Adelina N Healy
RE: Ens Timpthy Foster Jr
Hi, Just getting your email. Yes we will be placing markers on both of these graves. If you email me I will let you know when tha
t will happen.

Added by Adelina N Healy on Apr 21, 2016 1:07 PM

Bruce D. Rutherford
RE: Callie Stewart Parker
Here is the link.

You had posted a marriage license for this memorial. This has been resolved. The census in question was incorrect.

Thank you.


Added by Bruce D. Rutherford on Mar 17, 2016 5:45 PM

Bruce D. Rutherford
RE: Callie Stewart Parker
I am sorry but that has been a while ago and I have been working on a cemetery in North Caroline for eight days. I cannot remember what I wrote you.


Added by Bruce D. Rutherford on Mar 17, 2016 1:09 PM

Bruce D. Rutherford
Callie Stewart Parker
I received a request to link Mary Stewart Smith to James W. Stewart and Annie Dillard Stewart. The 1880 census has her father as George D. Stewart. I would like some clarification if you have any. Thank you. Bruce

Added by Bruce D. Rutherford on Mar 08, 2016 5:48 AM

Coleen Bontrager
RE: Ens. Timothy Foster Jr Corbin
After our mother's passing a few years ago, we discovered that her great grandfather's gravestone (Benjamin Kidder) in Alden, NY was also down on the ground and snapped in half, so we used a money from her estate to have it repaired. We also discovered that her grandparents (Foster B & Mary Kidder) and four of their six adult children, were all buried together at the Lancaster Rural Cemetery in Lancaster, NY and none of them had a headstone. So we also ordered one large stone for all of them. We had an actual dedication ceremony, by the pastor of the family church. We know Mom would have been very pleased.

Added by Coleen Bontrager on Jan 11, 2016 7:39 AM

Donald Tuttle
RE: Neomi Stone Lawrence
Will do, John.

Added by Donald Tuttle on Nov 20, 2015 7:41 AM


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