Thanks for the edits on Helen Holt
Added by Tom Spiegel on Jan 10, 2017 5:50 PM
|MAUREEN E. GLEASON||Ralph Roundy|
Ralph Roundy was the soldier's name.
Added by MAUREEN E. GLEASON on Dec 28, 2016 8:43 AM
|MAUREEN E. GLEASON||soldier War of 1812|
I sent you several e-mails regarding the soldier/ relative buried in the Garrison Road (War of 1812)cemetery in response to your question. Information I obtained is from the Cheektowaga Historical Association. Please confirm receipt of the documents and photos.--Maureen Gleason
Added by MAUREEN E. GLEASON on Dec 28, 2016 8:41 AM
|Michele Shields||William Hugh McColl|
How currant is the photo that you have posted of Wm. H. McColl? When an aunt was there several years ago she tried to find the grave and could not find it. Do you have any more information as to where in the cemetery the grave is?
Added by Michele Shields on Aug 24, 2016 2:50 PM
|ForgetMeNot||Hannah E. Brown Coro.|
Have been trying to fulfill your photo request for Hannah Coro, Brown Cemetery, Benton, Me. Walked the cemetery several times, while seeing many Browns there is no stone for Hannah under her maiden or married name. Contacted the town office and they do not have her listed in that cemetery. If you have any information please share and we will gladly go back and take photos, even if only a lot / plot where she is buried. Do you have any idea where her gave might be located? Even checked Ancestry and found her husband's name, parents, siblings, ect., and her death certificate- however no burial location listed. Drop us a message, thank you. :)
Added by ForgetMeNot on Aug 23, 2016 10:53 PM
|HeadHunter||George Chauncey Kinsman #137285421|
I see you've requested a photo for the grave of young George Kinsman. Although his parents are buried in the current Provo Cemetery, he, himself, is not. I checked in with the Sexton and they have no record of his burial on their computers; some of them have been missed in the online records, so I'm going to check in the digitized original records they have available (1849-1970).
From George's death date, he would have more likely been buried at Temple Hill rather than the (new) Provo Cemetery. Temple Hill Cemetery was where the Karl Maeser building is located on BYU campus. There are no markers for those who were left.
Added by HeadHunter on Mar 15, 2016 1:17 PM
|Zora Bingham||Thank you|
Kailua, Thank you for sending me the find a grave information on Abigail Fountain Yeoman. She is my 4th Great Grandmother on my maternal line.
Thank you again for your kindness.
Added by Zora Bingham on Nov 30, 2015 8:42 AM
|Tim Allen||RE: Charles Young, #55975|
You can just leave them both if you want.
Added by Tim Allen on Sep 23, 2015 10:04 PM
|Tim Allen||Charles Young, #55975|
You had requested a photo of Charles Young which I just attached to his memorial but I see that you had already attached one for him. Did you want me to remove my photo?
Added by Tim Allen on Sep 23, 2015 9:59 AM
|Gale Olsson McHale||Frank Congdon at Lakeview Cemetery, Brockport, NY|
I thoroughly checked out Section A, Lot 160 and there is no headstone for Frank. Just to be sure, I photographed other lots in the vicinity, checked the cemetery listings for them, and confirmed what I initially thought in regard to Frank. I know the records have him listed in this section but was wondering if he is indeed elsewhere in the cemetery. I did some cursory checking on that as well, but ... If you find something else out, I'll be glad to look into it. For now, I posted a photo of the entire lot with the headstones that are there.
Added by Gale Olsson McHale on Aug 16, 2015 11:51 AM
|Irene Dowling||RE: Jennie Ralph (49930447)|
Ken, I'm so glad you contacted me. I went to get 3 photos at that cemetery today and the groundskeepers and I were having trouble with one of them. I accidentally opened Jennie's memorial and attached another person's photo. But the name of the person who made the request disappears, so I couldn't tell you what happened. According to the cemetery records, Jennie Randall is buried there, but there is no marker. We triple checked and actually there is a small tree there now. Maybe it was planted as a memorial? I'm so sorry to get your hopes up. Also, the geocode was added by the app, so it is incorrect, but I can't delete it. I'm very sorry.
Added by Irene Dowling on Aug 27, 2014 9:17 PM
Susan Slagowski is not in the McKinnon Cemetery. Well, actually she is ... but there are two McKinnon cemeteries. The new and the old. The new cemetery is approximately 1 mile west of the town of McKinnon on the north side of highway 414. There are no Slagowski's buried there.
The old McKinnon cemetery was closed around 1960. It is located 2 miles east of McKinnon off of Rocking Chair Lane on the south side of highway 414. It is there you will find the graves Eli E. Slagowski (Jan 24, 1880 – Sept 22, 1942), and Susan M. Slagowsli (Feb 6, 1878 – Sept 10, 1929).
Added by doublej on Jul 17, 2014 11:54 PM
|Anne ||Emma Gero Amidon|
I was checking the edits you sent for Emma and her husband in East Haven.
For the three census reports and her marriage card to Bert I see that she lists Vt as her place of birth. I do see a conflict of how old she is, but do you have something different that shows Canada as place of birth?
Added by Anne on Jul 17, 2014 7:07 AM
|John Webber||RE: Maria Brinkerhoff|
you are correct I will get that fixed now
Added by John Webber on Jul 16, 2014 5:24 PM
|Kim S.||RE: Della Mace Osborn|
You are so welcome! It's an honor and joy to do.
Added by Kim S. on Jul 07, 2014 8:50 PM
|Anne ||Roundy in East Haven Vermont|
It's me again. Just thought I would let you know that I went and photographed the East Haven Cemetery the other day. While I was there I was working a family research for someone. One of the names on the stone was a Bertha M. Roundy. In researching her I discovered that she was a wife of Earl Riley Roundy, s/o William Ellsworth Roundy and Laura Burns. Her memorial number is 129488523. I have linked her to Earl, and have also sent an edit to the owner of Earl's memorial to link him to his parents.
Just thought I would let you know.
Added by Anne on May 12, 2014 2:17 PM
|Stan Arnold||Thanks very much...|
...for the transfer of James Adams of Franklin, Mass. I've updated his memorial. Best regards--Stan
Added by Stan Arnold on Jan 25, 2014 12:32 PM
|Vivian Smith||RE: Homer Hawthorne|
Your welcome, Vivian
Added by Vivian Smith on Jan 03, 2014 8:43 PM
|Kristie Mudgett Doyel||RE: Dean Roundy|
It's truly my pleasure, and somehow I can't feel bad for you that you're isolated on an island! Hawaii is paradise, in my opinion :-)
Added by Kristie Mudgett Doyel on Dec 22, 2013 6:53 PM
|Anne ||RE: Offer to Transfer|
Transfers complete! I look at it this way...you are closer than I am! ;)
Added by Anne on Dec 19, 2013 7:56 AM
|GreenHills Stones Calling||71293803|
The Margaret Blackett buried at Green Hills Memorial Park does not appear to be the one that you seek.
Best wishes in your search.
Added by GreenHills Stones Calling on Dec 04, 2013 10:30 PM
|Diane G. Hoyt Hansen||RE: Dennis M. Mattinson|
Yes, Dennis is buried there. There are several other people buried in the same area that do not have grave markers, also.
Added by Diane G. Hoyt Hansen on Oct 10, 2013 12:12 PM
|Diane G. Hoyt Hansen||Dennis M. Mattinson|
Sorry to let you know that there isn't a grave marker for Dennis. Checked it twice to make sure I was in the correct area. The family chose not to place a marker or could not afford one. This always seems to sadden me when a family doesn't mark the final resting place of a loved one.
Diane in Payson
Added by Diane G. Hoyt Hansen on Oct 09, 2013 1:35 PM
|Bonnie Phillips||Clara Roundy|
After speaking with Georgetta Vansickle who is the Keeper of the records for the St David Cemetery (520- 720-4813), she has determined that Clara's records may have been lost in a fire back in the 50's. There is NO Tombstone. Georgetta has suggested that if you would like to have a tag/marker placed close to Jared Curtis Roundy, she would be happy to help with that.
Added by Bonnie Phillips on Oct 03, 2013 7:28 AM
|Amy Barry||RE: Elizabeth M S Steedman|
I got that up and you are welcome. My line comes from Scotland as well. It seems there was quite a migration of converts from Scotland to Utah. Glad to have helped in some way.
Added by Amy Barry on Sep 20, 2013 9:18 PM