|Terri (Haupt) Huizenga||Anton's|
I have added a new memorials in Greenwood cemetery. I did look for the John Anton you asked about but did not see grave. Terri Huizenga
Added by Terri (Haupt) Huizenga on Jun 27, 2016 9:30 AM
|Terri (Haupt) Huizenga||Sandusky Cemeteries|
I will be doing some photo taking in cemeteries in Sandusky in the spring and be happy to look up some for you. I will also be heading to the Catholic cemetery. terri (Haupt) Huizenga
Added by Terri (Haupt) Huizenga on Feb 16, 2016 7:22 AM
|William Fanning||Anton Family History|
George Tobias Anton
son - Douglas (no middle name) Anton
grandson - Douglas George Anton
The grandson, Douglas George Anton, was the actual Anton genealogist.
I am the grandson of Douglas (no middle name) Anton and the nephew of Douglas George Anton. I worked quite closely with my Uncle Doug in helping to compile much of the information about the Antons. My mother is the daughter of Douglas Anton and Sarah Rice as well as the sister of Douglas George Anton. Any information you may have on the family would be of great interest to me. I would love to talk.
Bill (William Douglas Fanning)
Added by William Fanning on Jun 03, 2014 9:29 AM
|Henerietta Jones Foust||Spinning pictures|
You are very welcome. I love genealogy and I love being able to post pictures of relatives as well as non-relatives because I have learned so much about all kinds of people from all walks of life.
I think it's great when people take pictures of headstones, add to find a grave, and information about people. Years from now, it will be something others can benefit from and I am all for that. As I have seen over the last few years, the older the headstones are hard to read or cant be read any longer and I think they need to be photographed while legable so future generations can see what was originally written on the headstones should they ever become un-readable.
Thanks for being part of find a grave,
Added by Henerietta Jones Foust on Feb 26, 2014 10:05 AM
|Judi Van Meter-Jackson||RE: Walker|
Vickie, you are welcome... and keep up the great work you are doing.
Added by Judi Van Meter-Jackson on Jul 15, 2013 1:23 AM
|Judi Van Meter-Jackson||Walker Families|
I am related to the Walker's in Jackson, Jackson Co., OH, I am related to John Alexander Walker from Scotland and Mary Culton, 6th generation g-grandparents.
Please contact me at email@example.com
Judi Van Meter-Jackson
Added by Judi Van Meter-Jackson on Jun 27, 2013 1:26 PM
|William Fanning||Janet Drummond|
Surprised to see my Uncle Doug at Janet Drumond's memorial. Doug is my maternal uncle. Thanks for keeping up Janet's memorial.
Added by William Fanning on May 29, 2013 7:44 PM
|Tom McMillan||RE: Janet Drummond Anton|
I'm afraid I don't have any info that would help with the marriage of Janet's daughter Ellen. I'll keep a watch for it, and do some searches.
I see you know Janet was Janet Drummond when she married James Anton. Janet Drummond's mother was born in Scotland, and her mother was born as Helen Anderson (it was Ellen when they emigrated). Helen/Ellen Anderson born 1831 married Alexander Drummond in 1850, and they were in various places for a time until settling in London, Middlesex, Ontario. But, Helen/Ellen Anderson's mother was Elizabeth Drummond. Elizabeth Drummond was my GG Grandmother Helen/Ellen Drummond's sister, and Helen/Ellen Drummond born 1800 was married to my GG Grandfather Matthew Todd.
Well, this gets complicated, and I don't want to confuse you too much if you're not familiar yet with that side of the family. But, I can fill you in on that side of the family going back a ways in Scotland.
I am in touch with people who are related to Janet Drummond Anton's siblings. One is a lady in England who is related to Janet's Brother James Drummond, and another lady's husband in Idaho is related to Janet's sister Mary Jane Griffin Drummond Rogers. I also have info on some of the other children I can share.
Another Brother of Janet's was Anderson Drummond who lived in Montana. After he died a Son of his was sent to James and Janet Anton,and they raised Malcolm Drummond after he came to them.
I would be very interested in exchanging some photos. My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks!! Tom McMillan (Washougal, Washington)
Added by Tom McMillan on Nov 12, 2012 1:23 PM
|Max Brown||RE: Greenwood Cemetery|
I was going to attempt that this summer, but didn't get it done for you. Soon as good weather.
Added by Max Brown on Nov 10, 2012 7:20 AM
|Tom McMillan||Janet Drummond Anton|
Janet Drummond's Mother who was Ellen/Helen (Anderson) Drummond, was my GG Grandmother's niece.
I do have some ancestry info for Ellen/Helen, and I am in contact with other descendents from Ellen/Helen's ancestor's.
If you're interested, let me know, and I can let you know about relationships and such.
Thanks!! Tom McMillan (Washougal, WA)
Added by Tom McMillan on Sep 30, 2012 7:31 PM
|Ric Tobin||RE: Amelia Zeigler|
Sorry, but I don't have any of those families in my line. Thank you again.
Added by Ric Tobin on Aug 22, 2012 11:22 AM
|Jim Ellingboe||Peter Hardy|
Thank you Vickie for your efforts to locate a gravestone for Peter Hardy. It seems most likely that he was buried without a gravestone, as I have found for some people buried in the town where I live.
Added by Jim Ellingboe on Aug 15, 2012 12:18 PM
|Ric Tobin||Amelia Zeigler|
Thanks for going to the cemetery and letting me know that Amelia has no headstone. I appreciate the time and trouble.
Added by Ric Tobin on Aug 14, 2012 3:04 PM
Now I understand. I wasn't sure what cemetery you were talking about when I read your first note. The way I generally do it is to go to a cemetery and photograph the markers in groups. Next time I go to Greenwood, I will keep an eye out for that name. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
The only building on the site is a chapel of sorts and most of the time there is no one there. That may explain why you don't get an answer.
Added by archivemaster on Jul 23, 2012 12:32 PM
|archivemaster||RE: Anton grave|
I searched my records and found no Antons. I am not located in Washington State. Are you sure I was the intended recipient??
Added by archivemaster on Jul 22, 2012 5:14 AM
|Couch Genealogy||RE: McGehee|
You are Welcome.
Three of us visited the Samuel McGehee, Sr. Cemetery this past spring. It was rather difficult to locate, but was well worth looking for. Someone was taking care of the old family cemetery, as it was not grown over. It was rather clean, and the old wrought iron fence had been secured with steel fence posts here and there. Larry Howard, one of the three of us, descends from Samuel McGehee, Sr.
Added by Couch Genealogy on Jul 18, 2012 12:27 AM
|Bonnie||Re: Mearl McGee|
Thank you for the birth information. It has been added.
Added by Bonnie on May 27, 2012 5:53 PM
|ReconnectNow||Leo H McGee|
I added the info you sent, Thank You. Take a look at the data I added to his memorial. There is a difference in birth dates. Let me know if any of these are not him. They seem to be, Rosalie
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=72957833
Added by ReconnectNow on Apr 25, 2012 10:48 PM
You're quite welcome. I forgot to mention - I found stones for Edith and William Cowan in the next section over. Not sure if you have a connection, but their memorials are already listed here and I uploaded the photos.
Added by Jenn O. on Mar 18, 2012 1:26 PM
|Gary Bohn||Alfred Martin Alley Family|
Vickie: Please contact me via my email address available at my Find A Grave Profile. I'd like to hear what you have on the Alfred Martin Alley Family and I can share the Alley Family info I have.
Added by Gary Bohn on Jul 04, 2011 7:50 AM
|Gary Bohn||Nancy J. Alley (Baxter Springs Cemetery)|
Vickie: I noticed your photo request on Nancy J. Alley memorial at Baxter Springs Cemetery.
I'm curious why you are requesting this photo - are you related to her?
She is my great-great-grandmother through my paternal grandmother's line. In the event you have not located her husband (David), he is buried at Osa Cemetery, Barry Co, MO - he has a memorial in Find A Grave.
Added by Gary Bohn on Jul 03, 2011 3:20 AM
|Anita M. (Fontaine) Keller||RE: Lloyd Spinning|
Is it possible that Lloyd was a twin? 1900 census shows a Howard & Clara Spining living in Wilbur with a daughter born in Nov. 1899. I have been in this cemetery. It is extremely overgrown. Some people have cut back the Lilacs etc. but they just come back again. Anita
Added by Anita M. (Fontaine) Kelle... on Jun 30, 2011 8:40 AM
I was happy to help you out with the photos you requested. Welcome to Findagrave and good luck with your family research!
Added by Sparky on Jun 07, 2011 8:04 AM
|Shirley Hause||RE: Photo of headstone|
You are very welcome. The cemetery was a very small one. Has no cemetery sign on it. Was a ways off of the road in a field. We went by it several time before we seen it.
Added by Shirley Hause on Jun 06, 2011 2:33 PM