|Abby Henderson||John Knox|
I am very disappointed that I cannot find the headstone for this child. The cemetery where he is listed is in poor shape. The headstones are mainly broken, buried, or flat and unreadable. I did find his sister's headstone (Emma), half-buried and next to a broken headstone. The only other stones near there are footstones who do not seem to be related. I took a photo of the broken base stone that is next to Emma, if you would like that. :-/ I am sorry that I couldnt do any better.
Added by Abby Henderson on Jul 31, 2015 1:06 PM
|Michael Knox||william jackson Knox|
My name Is Michal R. Knox, a direct descendant of William Jackson knox, He is my great great grandfather. I am very interested in the book
by W.J. Knox do you know what library it is available at.
Thanks Mike knox
P.S. you are doing a wonderful job of helping us all retrace our roots.
Added by Michael Knox on Jun 15, 2015 3:57 PM
|GreenHills Stones Calling||71417255 George McInnes|
I'm sorry, but according to cemetery records, Mae Belle is not buried in Green Hills Memorial Park with George. I have also checked at one other cemetery, Rose Hills in Whitter, CA, and she is not there.
Added by GreenHills Stones Calling on Jun 06, 2015 1:12 AM
|Carole Whittemore||George Dresslar & Rudolph Fry|
Just a confirmation that your edits for George Dresslar and Rudolph Fry were processed. Have a great day and thanks so much for your vital information!
Added by Carole Whittemore on May 19, 2015 2:51 PM
|Carole Whittemore||Rudolph Fry|
I just added your bio information to Rudolph's memorial with acknowledgment to you for providing it.
I appreciate your contribution to findagrave!
Added by Carole Whittemore on May 18, 2015 11:50 AM
|Joshua Davis||RE: Knox Family|
Thank you for the tip, however, so far as I am aware, I am not related to the Knox family. I do appreciate your thoughtfulness, though. Have a great day!
Added by Joshua Davis on May 18, 2015 12:41 AM
|William F. "Bill" Peters||RE: Ethyl Simmons|
Sure I'll do that this evening. Give me a couple of days though and I'll go back and see if I can get a better picture along with pictures of the general area. If I do I will also post it on both requests.
Added by William F. "Bill" Peters on May 03, 2015 8:48 PM
|G. G. Shelby||RE: John Wharton and Elsa Gephart|
The cemetery records list her as Elsie E. Whorton, age 76.
DOB-00-00-1863. DOD- 5-24-1939. Place of death was Greenfield, IN and the cause of death is listed as "arterio sclerosis"
Hope this is helpful.
Added by G. G. Shelby on Apr 27, 2015 1:08 PM
|G. G. Shelby||RE: Elsa & John Whorton|
Please IGNORE my earlier e-mail. I found her through your listing, and the photo has been added. I'll check with the cemetery to see if their records include exact dates. I know there are a number of Gephart's in Park Cemetery.....your relatives?
Added by G. G. Shelby on Apr 27, 2015 11:29 AM
|Danna Shue-McKinney||RE: Mary Lou Fox|
It is my pleasure. I am still looking for an exact location in McGormely for Elizabeth Sibbrell. There is a section that appears to be missing some stones. Hopefully that is not the case but I know someone at the township will be able to shed some light on this for us.
Added by Danna Shue-McKinney on Apr 08, 2015 5:33 PM
Hi I 've just transferred Ella KEYSER Dynes #137385391 and Samuel KEYSER #137359570 to you. I reviewed memorials and don't think I have any other memorials for this family - but I DO think I did a lot more research that was sent to other contributors (at least once) that didn't get done. One of the contributors I've sent edit requests to - Rachel Tefft - I've just given up. Part of my error was sending as edit requests (as suggested) and not posted public messages. Sorry there are only 2 memorials I can transfer to you!
Added by AlaskanPrincess on Mar 31, 2015 5:42 PM
|AlaskanPrincess||RE: Samuel D. Keyser & Ella Dynes|
Sorry it's taken me so long to reply to you. I periodically get discouraged with response of some other Gravers and just focus my efforts elsewhere. Anyway - the KEYSER, DYNES, and associated families - I don't remember at this point if there's a distant, distant relationship or I just stumbled across and decided to try and get family members linked together - and find info for them. (I think it's the latter.) Are these your ancestors? I'd be happy to transfer!
Added by AlaskanPrincess on Mar 29, 2015 4:09 PM
|Jerry Ernsberger Jr.||RE: Ann A. Ernsberger|
Ann's husband James William Ernsberger is my third great (grand) uncle. I would really enjoy seeing the photographs that you have. Unfortunately, I do not have any photos to share with you.
Have you spoken with Kay Williams, as she is an Ernsberger cousin too. See knows a lot of the family through the photos she has gathered.
Added by Jerry Ernsberger Jr. on Mar 12, 2015 6:22 PM
|Jenny Clarke||Margaret H H|
No I do not have nor seen any of M H H pics/ you might ask Red for he has done a lot of the Huss line/ Thank you
Added by Jenny Clarke on Mar 10, 2015 1:48 PM
|Carole Whittemore||James Brown - Salem Cemetery|
I transferred James Brown to you so you could make the adjustments. Have a Happy New Year!
Added by Carole Whittemore on Jan 02, 2015 9:00 PM
|Red||RE: Civil War Records|
Thank you for the information. I'm sending you an email, subject: Jacob Hampsher, with more information. Red
Added by Red on Dec 03, 2014 7:43 AM
I have the information on my tree on Ancestry, it came from a website called Our Northern Roots. There is not a source sited on the website. Link to website: http://www.ournorthernroots.com/search.php?myfirstname=&mylastname=hampsher&mybool=AND
Added by Red on Dec 01, 2014 7:21 PM
|Har37x||RE: Clarence Gibons, his wife Ella Robbins|
You are welcome.they were buried near Robbins family
Added by Har37x on Aug 27, 2014 5:25 PM
|Har37x||Clarence Gibons, his wife Ella Robbins|
There are two cemeteries; Mount Bloom and Saint Marys. I have only found the family in Oakland Cemetery. The Bureau County Genealogical Society is the best place to get help. I will try to get there this week and check the master index for all Bureau County Burials. It is not 100% accurate, but a very good start. The BCGS can help research the family beyond burial location. They are a great resource.
Added by Har37x on Aug 16, 2014 6:45 AM
Thank you for taking the picture of my Uncle Norman's marker. We really appreciate it.
Added by Grothmann on Jul 16, 2014 8:09 PM
|Kathy F.||RE: Elijah Keyser|
You're welcome! I didn't see your newest request for Kate Moyer until after I came home. I'll take that one in the next week or so.
Added by Kathy F. on Jul 09, 2014 9:04 PM
|karen kelly||RE: Gleason Stannard|
Added by karen kelly on May 21, 2014 8:18 PM
Sorry to have delayed approving the edits you worked hard at putting together. I'm handling that right now!
Added by Dave Robison on Apr 04, 2014 8:17 AM
|Dave Robison||RE: Lydia Moseley Fowler|
And I forgot to mention, yes, I've taken the on-line course at BU and found it to be an excellent program. It's no "walk in the park" but an intense course that seems to go by quickly!
Added by Dave Robison on Mar 30, 2014 5:52 PM
|Dave Robison||RE: Lydia Moseley Fowler|
Thanks for the compliment. I've been a volunteer at FG since about 2001. I've also worked with the Family Historian at the Museum of Springfield History and together we've uploaded over 20,000 records from 4 or 5 of the local cemeteries....and there are many more!!
If you find any other Fowler memorials that you'd like transferred, let me know!
Added by Dave Robison on Mar 30, 2014 5:50 PM