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Anne Gutierrez (#47520602)
 member for 6 years, 2 months
Doty Family of Middlesex Co., NJ
Esther Doty Ayers is a family interest for whom I have been researching for sometime. Find A Grave #66765395 reference. Do you have family history of her life in Middlesex and Somerset County, New Jersey? I have visited Basking Ridge, Somerset Co., NJ and Metuchen, NJ and Washington County, PA twice and have lingering questions if in fact they lived in Eastern Pennsylvania before arriving in first Morris Twp in 1798 then East Finley Twp. Washington County, PA until Joseph's death in 1820. Any information would be most appreciated.

Added by Anonymous on Aug 06, 2016 4:38 PM

First Families of America
May I get an udate for Emmagene Ritter Memorial# 74037678 Thank you very much!

Added by First Families of America on Jan 21, 2016 2:48 PM

Dennis Harmsen
Petersen Plot
Hello Anne! Not sure if I asked this question before, but was there a Elizabeth E. Petersen buried with her husband, Christian P. Petersen in or near his plot of Block B Lot 276? Elizabeth had remarried to Marion Rosedahl, so her name had changed. Thanks for any help.

Added by Dennis Harmsen on Apr 18, 2015 10:21 AM

Christina Tomfohr
Hi, I have a 1980s picture of Carmen and her 4 sisters that should be added, can I send it to you? Thanks

Added by Christina Tomfohr on Apr 15, 2015 4:53 PM

Dayton Oregon IOOF Cemetery
Here is something else I just found out from the cemetery manager, Ken Gould. He went out to the Thomas' graves area to probe for a cement entombment in a space in the Thomas section, looking for the unmarked grave of James H Thomas, Birth date October 31, 1888 and death December 3, 1956. He did find that after watering the ground and probing that there is a burial between the stones for William Thomas and Francis/Perry Thomas. He surmised that this is the grave of James H. Thomas. Can you please add this information to the record for James H. Thomas:

Unmarked grave; however cemetery manager's ground probe in September 2014 indicates there is a burial between the marked graves of William Thomas and that of Francis/Perry Thomas. This unmarked burial is likely to be that of James H. Thomas.

Added by Michel on Sep 06, 2014 11:08 AM

Russ Nixon
Roy & Sylvia Crone Grave Photos
Thank you so much for the photos of Roy & Sylvia Crone's graves. I truly appreciate you taking the time to photograph them. I'm in Indiana and at my age will likely never get out to California to see their graves in person so the photos you took are priceless to me. Thanks again!!

Added by Russ Nixon on Jan 21, 2014 6:59 PM

Jack Michelson
Just looked and saw the pictures you put on. Didn't realize when I sent the other message that you had taken any pictures! At least I can see where he is. Thanks, Sandra

Added by SandraMunyon on Jul 04, 2013 1:11 PM

RE: Jack Michelson
Thank you so much. Sorry I sent you on a wild good chase. Wonder how long it takes to put the name on??? Will look forward to picture when it comes. Sandra

Added by SandraMunyon on Jul 04, 2013 1:07 PM

nancy robison
RE: Herbert J Wilson
Thank you. I have to find them all first!

Added by nancy robison on Jun 05, 2013 6:45 PM

nancy robison
Herbert J Wilson
I don't think I thanked you. I do very much appreciate that you went and took photos of Herbert and Hilma's headstones. I have since found out the whole line of Herbert and Hilma's family are buried at Live Oak. Guess I will be asking for more later!!
Thanks so much, Nancy

Added by nancy robison on Jun 03, 2013 6:56 PM

Bonnie Huish
RE: Everett Harris
Oh dear... I will check after I return from a family gathering. I am running late and about to shut down computer since sun is also in my eyes. Chat later! Thanks, Bonnie

Added by Bonnie Huish on Sep 09, 2012 2:23 PM

RE: Gravestones of Lucy & Lyman Croop, Live Oak Cemetery
Thanks Anne! Appreciate your help.

Added by Anonymous on Sep 03, 2012 6:37 PM

Gravestones of Lucy & Lyman Croop, Live Oak Cemetery
I emailed you, but your email address came back as invalid.

Thank you for going to the Live Oak Cemetery to photograph the gravestones of my aunt & uncle, Lucy V.(1873-1965) & Lyman L. (1860-1925) Croop. I was very disappointed that you were not able to find their gravestones. The office should be able to tell you if they purchased lots, if they are buried there, & why no gravestones. If you get back to that area, I
would really appreciate it if you could get some information on their burial and gravestones. My email address is

Added by Anonymous on Sep 03, 2012 2:03 PM

Rich Laubenstein aka Lowe
Permission to Use Photo
Thanks for being a volunteer. May I have permission to use the photo you took of Hattie A. Johnson Helsley memorial # 38262583 in my family tree work? I will be happy to include a link back and give credit to you for the photo. Thanks again.

Added by Rich Laubenstein aka Lowe on Aug 17, 2012 9:44 AM

Annie Daniel Griffin
Hello, I saw from a flower you left that you are related to Mrs. Griffin. I just finished reading several articles by S.C. Turnbo about this family and wondered if you knew of his work.

Added by Norton on Jul 19, 2012 6:23 PM

Scrib & Barb Kelly
Hazel and William Dorman
Thanks for letting me know that they are NOT buried there!!
I contacted the person that created the memorial to give them that information. Thank you for attempting to fulfill my request.

Added by Scrib & Barb Kelly on Jul 19, 2012 5:59 PM

RE: James Nichols
Hi Anne!
Thank you so much! I would love to have the picture! Thanks for being so thoughtful! You may send it however you wish; make it easy on yourself. You have gone beyond the call of duty on this!

Added by KIM NICHOLS on Jul 11, 2012 5:12 PM

RE: James Nichols
Hi Anne,

I didn't think this was the type of message to leave on the public site, but wasn't able to respond directly to findagrave site. I spoke to someone at the cemetery and she told me that James does not have a grave marker. Laura Morse is in #5 spot,and James is in #6. I can't seem to figure out who all those other people are! doesn't show him related to these people! I'm sorry you had to go through so much trouble! Thank you again for making this effort for me!
Kim Nichols King

Added by KIM NICHOLS on Jul 10, 2012 4:52 PM

RE: James Nichols
Hi Anne,
I'm sorry this has been so much trouble! I found his Mother's plot a few weeks ago in a cemetery in Springfield, MO. The volunteer found her burial spot, but she didn't have a headstone either. Those names aren't familiar to me, but could be someone his ex-wife knew.
I will call the cemetery today. I suspect they couldn't afford a headstone, but it sounds like someone else is in "his" spot...
I will get back to you; I don't want you to have to go there again if there isn't anything for you to locate.
Thanks again Anne, I really appreciate your efforts!

Added by KIM NICHOLS on Jul 10, 2012 8:56 AM

RE: Keziah Jackson
I'm sorry it's taken me so long to respond but I just got a chance today to revisit the cemetery. The stone next to Keziah is William H. Jackson, 1803-1884. I posted a picture and also one of the whole Jackson area -- monument with stones in a circle around it.

Added by Deanna on Jun 19, 2012 12:35 PM

nancy robison
Herbert J Wilson
Could you possible transfer Herbert and his wife Hilma to me so as I can connect them to their families, and add bio info?
Thanks, Nancy

Added by nancy robison on Jun 03, 2012 2:04 PM

Donna Rae Hough Jarvis
Can we link my Aunt Donna with her parents & siblings? Since you are the owner of this site, I can not do it myself even if I did request the photo.
Thanks in advance,

Added by HAC on Feb 25, 2012 12:07 PM

Lucy Smith
Thank you for trying to locate this grave. Lucy's husband first name was Winfield, I have no idea when or where he died. I have no record that she remarried.

Thanks again.


Added by SJM on Dec 22, 2011 7:35 PM

Mark A. Drennen Sr.
RE: G. Addleman
I gave you proper credit

Added by Mark A. Drennen Sr. on Nov 06, 2011 10:54 PM

Jean Pinick
Re:Martin Adamson JR & Sr Stones
Thank you very much for taking these photos for me. They were great. Was hoping they had a wife on the same stones but didn't see one. Thank you very much. Greatly appreciated. Jean

Added by Jean Pinick on Nov 05, 2011 5:16 PM


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