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K Perry (#47324459)
 member for 6 years, 8 months, 5 days
RE: bitininia shaw edwards
Thank you I missed that one. too many hours on the computer today.

Added by on Feb 10, 2017 11:35 PM

RE: thanks for the update on margaret breneman frain
You are very welcome. I just had a feeling about this one, so I did some diligent research. Glad I could help.

Zella :)

Added by Zella on Jan 29, 2017 12:32 PM

RE: Ward Cemetery - Elijah P Robosson
He and his wife are most likely buried in Wards Chapel Cemetery (there isn't another cemetery by that name in Maryland) and it is entirely possible I missed taking a photo of their marker(s), my photo didn't turn out, or there was a memorial already there not created by me that was later deleted.

I don't get to that area too often, but there are a lot of photo volunteers in that area, so if you put in a request, you should have someone volunteering to go there fairly quickly (or quickly by Find A Grave standards.)It has been about seven years, so I don't really remember the circumstances of my visit there.

Sorry I can't be of more help! Happy holiday to you and yours!

Added by Seagull on Dec 19, 2016 11:13 PM

Wendy McDaniel
RE: cecily bonville de grey picture
I finally found the website (similar to what I remembered) and the portrait was mis-identified originally, this website has the portrait as Lady Anne Stafford, listed below Cecily's entry which has no portrait. Wendy

Added by Wendy McDaniel on Dec 10, 2016 7:43 PM

Wendy McDaniel
RE: cecily bonville de grey picture
I rec'd a response from the person who originally posted the portrait of Cecily and she doesn't remember where she got it. I usually check on things like that and I distinctly remember a website with many other portraits and who they were, it was a no frills index type site with a beige background and a paragraph next to the portrait but I can't find anything now except for a descendant, Lady Jane Gray, and I remember it was a woman. At the time I was also looking for info about Sir Thomas Spring The Rich Clothier. Using a very old computer now while my regular one is in the shop, will try again when searching isn't so slow. Plus I don't think I tried searching using quotation marks around her name which keeps any search phrase intact (old Library trick since I worked for Univ. of Wash. Libs ). Wendy

Added by Wendy McDaniel on Dec 02, 2016 11:45 AM

Pam Cairns Palmer
RE: Nicholas Hale Scribner
Hey there, I spent several days at the Eddyville Public Library in Eddyville, Iowa doing ancestry research. This article was copied while copying a page with something on one of my relatives. I just wanted to share. The Library doesn't have "Newspapers", it has scrap books with cut out articles from the old newspapers. So, all they have done is put them together with the "YEAR" that they were published and the News Paper name. What I put on the Findagrave picture was "Published in the Eddyville Tribune 1886. Copied at the Eddyville Public Library by Pam and Gary Palmer in September 2015."

Added by Pam Cairns Palmer on Oct 17, 2016 7:42 AM

Tom Atkinson
A cousin of mine passed on the link to your Bio, the article tells the story of what we do very well, thanks for posting it.


Added by Tom Atkinson on Aug 08, 2016 7:10 AM

Glenda Barry
RE: peter perkins 1767 canada
You are very welcome and thank you for your kind words. My hubby has cancer from Agent Orange in Vietnam, and now neurological issues as well. So sometimes I get behind in other projects as I take care of him. I appreciate you writing to me, that was very kind of you.

Glenda in Muncie, Indiana, USA

Added by Glenda Barry on Aug 04, 2016 5:13 PM

Conservative Patriot
Rozilla Lent Croft
Not that tombstone spelling are always correct!!
But it is changed.

Added by Conservative Patriot on Aug 04, 2016 10:56 AM

RE: John M Croft 1807- 1890
Your very welcome and glad to help you out with info.

Added by TSOtime on Aug 01, 2016 1:20 PM

Adam Chandler-Renfro
John Howell
Hello. I have been trying to find clarification of John Howell aka Samuel Howell; perhaps John Samuel? Married Elizabeth Wells. There is a marriage record for the same two names in Hot Springs, AR in 1838, but I'm convinced this isn't correct, as there were children born in 1822. I found a date on an application for the Sons of the American Revolution with a marriage date of the said two names of 1 Dec 1819....this would make more sense with the children's dates. Do you have any more information to help me address these issues? If not, would you know of someone?

Thanks very much for any help.

Adam Chandler-Renfro

Added by Adam Chandler-Renfro on Jul 31, 2016 10:16 AM

Richard Stewart
RE: sarah hines ingram
You are very welcome. I am going to put a new picture of her tombstone on the New Bethany Cemetery page.

Added by Richard Stewart on Jul 25, 2016 9:06 PM

Sarah Ingram birth
Thank you for catching that! I've done a little additional research to check what my original information said and along with the photo, my original was incorrect. This will help me fill in the rest of the family now as well. Thank you!

Added by Naomi on Jul 22, 2016 12:01 PM

LOVE your BIO!!!

Added by Sandykp on Jul 12, 2016 4:26 AM

RE: Hartzell Cemetery , Middleswarth or Middlesworth
Hi, the cemetery only has index cards made for their old book of burials. Many of the old cem's lost the old books. So from these index cards they have a software program with all the burials they could identify. I have a copy of that database. There is no list for her husband. That doesn't mean he isn't there. I can't get on find a grave right now, but I think there was empty space next to her stone unmarked.

I have a gr gr gr gr grandfather in 1820 census, then wife is widow by 1830 census. I am trying to do all these old cems around here to find him. But I think he just went off in the woods and a bear got him as there is no other info on him. I know your frustration trying to find a burial in that time frame.

I know I worked from the 1992 Portage County Historical Society transcriptions, and they worked from the 1930 transcriptions. I have seen there might be an old cemetery book called Baldwin's cemetery records. I don't know where that might be located or where you live. Probably Western Reserve Historical Society has a copy in Cleveland Ohio at Case Western Reserve College. If you find it on line let me know I am looking for my relative died 1830 too :( T homas Dundon Dunton Dundin)

There are also sexton records books at Portage Co Hist Society, but I would assume that they used that when creating the transcriptions for 1992. They had errors, as any of us would, and as I find doing the cem's and working with the transcriptions. But thank goodness they did them in 1930 so much was preserved that isn't there anymore to verify.

Sorry I can't be of more help, except to verify there is no record at the cemetery of his burial. I was excited tho that I found her tombstone even tho broken to confirm the burial and she was listed in their burial records.

Added by Sandykp on Jul 12, 2016 4:23 AM

Sandy Triem
RE: Mary Middleswarth tombstone picture

You should ask your questions of this contributor

Her name is Sandy as well, and she is now working on the Hartzell Cemetery burials.

Thanks, Sandy

Added by Sandy Triem on Jul 11, 2016 5:11 PM

Hi, thanks for the information on Mr. Ingram. It has been added to his memorial. Thanks again and have a great afternoon. Joan

Added by joan on Jul 05, 2016 12:29 PM

Glenda Barry
Peter Perkins

I checked some more and here is the link that I got the burial information from, for Peter Perkins:

It listed Peter's wife as being Anna and the dates. But it did not list the birthplace as being Lyme, NH. So what must have happened is that somebody sent me the birthplace info and I forgot to list who it was. I apologize for this. Please let me know if you want the Perkins family transferred over to you. They are not in my family so I would be happy to transfer.


Added by Glenda Barry on Jun 23, 2016 7:47 AM

Patti Yourko Burns
Asa F Gore
Correction has been made.


Added by Patti Yourko Burns on Jun 22, 2016 5:49 PM

Conservative Patriot
John M Croft and Rosella Lent Croft
1. I subscribe $$ to and, both have newspapers.. not perfect.. not all newspapers, but I do find things. Then I use a photo editing program to clean up the image and add the citation text at the bottom (copyright citation required).
2. Yes I live in the same county as the cemetery
and every weekend I am in one cemetery or another doing end to end photo surveys.

Added by Conservative Patriot on Jun 21, 2016 6:36 PM

Conservative Patriot
Rosella Lent 1815-1887 wife of John M Croft
Generally when I go into cemetery, I photo the place from one end to the other.

Added by Conservative Patriot on Jun 15, 2016 6:59 PM

Conservative Patriot
RE: Rosella Lent 1815-1887 wife of John M Croft
Essentially the only town in Catham Township is Little Marsh which is west of the Keeneyville where the Middlebury Union Cemetery (aka Keeneyville Cemetery) is located.. both towns and the cemetery being on the same state road.

Added by Conservative Patriot on Jun 15, 2016 6:56 PM

Conservative Patriot
Rosella has obit too

Added by Conservative Patriot on Jun 15, 2016 6:53 PM

Conservative Patriot
John M Croft 1807- 1890
Since I am local, I will be putting up a photo of that grave too.

Added by Conservative Patriot on Jun 15, 2016 5:31 PM

Conservative Patriot

obit posted

Added by Conservative Patriot on Jun 15, 2016 12:11 PM


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