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Pat (#47394437)
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Barbara Goggin Brann
Arthur Bretzke
Pat,

You are very welcome!

Barbara

Added by Barbara Goggin Brann on May 28, 2017 10:00 AM

Barbara
virginia Paulson and Janice Ward
Hi Pat, the Virginia Paulson buried at Sea Tac cannot be Janice's mother! Tombstone shows Virginia born 1932, Janice was born in 1940, when that Virginia would have been 8! Janice's mother, Virginia Baisden Tuthill Jones Paulson died August 29, 2000, in Paternos, Okanogan County, Wash, but there is no find a grave listing for her yet.
Have you actually seen Janice's death certificate? Wash. index shows died Washington. Death certificates are issued by place of death not where person lived, have never heard of one being issued by a different state than place of death ... did she die on the way back on the ship or plane? Possibly in that case Washington would issue it as that is where vessel landed but think actual certificate would show vessel as place.
Janice should not be listed as John and Adelaide Baisden's daughter since she is a granddaughter. She could be included in the notes as a granddaughter but not shown a a daughter.
Thanks for quick reply.

Added by Barbara on Feb 02, 2017 7:19 PM

Barbara
Janice Tuthill Ward
Hi Pat, Just did some additional checking, sorry, should have done this first! Ancestry.com has her application for a Social Security number, SS5, showing her parents as Merritt Tutthill and Virginia Baisden. Unfortunately, I could not find either of their graves on findagrave. The Washington death index shows her place of death as Washington not Hawaii.

Added by Barbara on Jan 30, 2017 8:29 PM

Barbara
Janice Tuthill Ward
Hi Pat, You show Janice Tuthill Ward 1940-1980 as a daughter of Adelaide and John Baisden along with their other children, Bette 1917-1997 and John 1920-1988. Adelaide and John had a daughter, Virginia 1916-2000 who married Melvin Tuthill in 1938. Isn't Janice their daughter? And therefore, the granddaughter of Adelaide and John Baisden.
Barbara

Added by Barbara on Jan 30, 2017 8:14 PM

suecal
RE: Eva Dowd
Pat, I was able to view the original cemetery records today. Please check out the captions on Louis & Eva's memorial pages.

Let me know if there is anything else I can do.

Sue

Oh, and the name of the owner of the lot is Louisa Dowd, not Lorna.

Sue

Added by suecal on Nov 04, 2016 8:35 PM

suecal
RE: Eva Dowd
Pat, I was able to view the original cemetery records today. Please check out the captions on Louis & Eva's memorial pages.

Let me know if there is anything else I can do.

Sue

Added by suecal on Nov 04, 2016 8:33 PM

Wendelina
RE: Jessie French
My pleasure! Glad to have been of service :)

Added by Wendelina on Sep 10, 2016 12:44 PM

suecal
RE: Dowd
The plot where Eva is buried is owned by Lorna Dowd according to cemetery records.

Added by suecal on Aug 27, 2016 1:17 PM

suecal
Dowd
Who is Lorna Dowd?

Added by suecal on Aug 23, 2016 10:43 AM

suecal
RE: Lewis Dowd
You are very welcome. Sorry, I missed that on your other email! He was quite the wascally wabbitt as Elmer Fudd would say. Interesting what doing genealogy can bring out!

Added by suecal on Jul 16, 2016 1:41 PM

suecal
Lewis Dowd
Hi, Pat,

You have my permission to use my photo for your memorial page. However, the cemetery records do not list Lloyd Ulmer Dow. He is listed as Lewis Dowd in their records.

Sue

Added by suecal on Jul 14, 2016 11:46 AM

suecal
Lewis Dowd

Added by suecal on Jul 14, 2016 11:44 AM

Donna Sears
RE: Titus Sears
Hi Pat, Thanks, it would be great to have another contact with someone researching this family tree! Joseph Sears and Hester Wheaton are my 4th great grandparents and my lineage is Joseph, David Sears Sr. m. Susanna Ward, David N. Sears Jr. m. Matilda Fillmore, Melbourne Sears m. Elizabeth B. Hicks, Frederick Sears m. Bessie Richardson, Don Sears, who was my father.
Some people on Ancestry.ca have Daniel and David Sr.as brothers but I haven't confirmed that yet! I also haven't been able to make a definitive connection with Joseph III and his father Joseph II in Barnstable, MA and have conflicting information on Joseph III's birthplace as being either Barnstable, MA or Morrisana, NY. Have you been able to make that connection?
Donna

Added by Donna Sears on Jun 18, 2016 6:17 AM

Donna Sears
RE: Titus Sears
Hi Pat, Glad I had the photos in my inventory from my trip to Midgic, NB and that you could use them. I am not directly related to Titus. He is about the same age as my Great-grandfather, Melbourne Sears, but I think the connection may be further back, possibly as far back as Joseph Sears who, according to some records, is the progenitor of all the Sears' in the area.

I am also researching and have some photos for; Richardson, Hicks, Anderson, Carpenter, Ward, Read, Wry, and Fillmore from that area if any are of interest to you. Planning to head to Sackville, and Saint John area again this summer if you need something else.

Added by Donna Sears on Jun 17, 2016 5:47 AM

suecal
RE: Lewis Dowd
I had discovered the Lloyd Ulmer Dow alias by searching ancestry.com. There is also a request at Forest Hill for him and he is not listed with the cemetery book they have available. However, they do list Lewis Dowd buried at Soldier's Point, and Louis Dowd buried with Eva in lot 74 in the 1st Addition. I find no markers for either of them in the 1st Addition, although I will continue to look for a buried marker for Eva there. I'm still trying to figure out how this cemetery is set up. Each block seems to be so different from the next! Why do you suppose he used so many different names?

Added by suecal on Jun 09, 2016 7:02 PM

Waggykat
RE: Conrad Wacker
Thank you SO MUCH for letting me know. I figured that there was an explanation. One never knows, if it is an error ... and an edit that slipped by or what. I appreciate your enlightening me. I think that story should be put on their bio pages of their memorials, so that future generations know the whole story. Thanks again. God bless!

Added by Waggykat on Mar 08, 2015 10:36 AM

Bonita Isabella
RE: Harold Jacoby Grave Photo
You're welcome, Pat. I hope to go back to the cemetery at a later date and get better photos (with less grass). :)

Added by Bonita Isabella on Dec 30, 2014 10:52 AM

Bonita Isabella
Harold Jacoby Grave Photo
Hi Pat,
Please remove your grave photo for Harold Jacoby in Holyrood Catholic Cemetery. I have added a newer grave photo that also has information for Patricia on it. I have also added the newer grave photo to Patricia Jacoby Stuart's memorial page. :)
Thanks!
Bonita

Added by Bonita Isabella on Dec 29, 2014 8:56 PM

Charlie Powers
RE: Mabel Schmer
You are welcome. Glad to help.

Added by Charlie Powers on Oct 30, 2014 12:20 PM

Robert Carlson
RE: Diane Walker
Pat, I don't know how I missed the grave marker
for Diane as I had been through the cemetery
about 6 times but I found it.
Robert

Added by Robert Carlson on Mar 29, 2014 6:38 PM

Don Green
RE: Henry & Mollie Bauer

You're very welcome, Pat. Glad I could help out ! Happy New Year,

Don

Added by Don Green on Dec 27, 2013 10:36 PM

donna rossi
RE: Wilma Lee Ginn
I enjoyed doin it for you. I would of never guessed she was.

Added by donna rossi on Dec 16, 2013 1:16 AM

FamGenz
RE: Adelaide Madge Buttle
Thanks!

Added by FamGenz on Nov 17, 2013 10:16 AM

Leslie T
Zabrezniks
You are so welcome. I almost missed them as they are buried outside of the area fenced off and gated for the cemetery. My husband spotted their markers on our way out at just about sunset, which contributed to the coloring in the photographs. They too have a field fence up around their markers; the flower marker in front of Louis spelled out Dad -- I don't think you tell that from the photograph.

Added by Leslie T on Sep 27, 2013 11:53 PM

Charlie Powers
RE: Raymond Trout
You are very welcome.

Added by Charlie Powers on Aug 27, 2013 4:46 AM

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