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Catherine (#47696582)
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holly adrion
RE: Headstone of Littleton R. Bailey #84615844
I apologize for taking so long to respond to you. I normally get email notifications, but for some reason did not get it this time. I give you permission to use any photos. I only hope that they will help someone on their ancestry journey. The only request I have is that someone doesn't duplicate pictures on my memorials. This is the main reason I am not as active on here anymore. I have had a certain individual do this to a majority of my family memorials and its so frustrating. Thank you for contacting me.

Best regards,
Holly

Added by holly adrion on Nov 16, 2016 1:52 PM

2patriots
RE: Littleton R. Bailey, Memorial# 84615844
The 1810 Worcester, MD census shows 2 children the ages of Littleton (b. 2796) and Esme (b. 1794) in Moses' household. There was another census with spelling Bailey with 2 children fitting Littleton & Esme. If I can find it I will let you know. Hope this helps.

Added by 2patriots on Nov 15, 2016 8:05 AM

John Early Andrews
RE: Alice Turner Hudson
I can't tell you how much I appreciate this information. Thank you very much Catherine.

Added by John Early Andrews on Oct 19, 2016 8:53 PM

T.V.F.T.H.
Photo
Hello,

Accidentally, your photo got uplaod 2x. on memorial 48068290 for James Amadee "Jim" Kennedy/Kennerly

Added by T.V.F.T.H. on Oct 09, 2016 10:54 AM

Ross Morton
RE: The Bratton Clovelly Parish Records
Although I have been to England many times, I never got down to Devonshire. However, I have been working with someone who has done a One Place study of Bratton Clovelly and she provided me excel worksheets taken from Bratton Clovelly parish records for all burials there. I used that to upload 3300+ burial records to FindAGrave and used my wife's family tree to link as many people as possible or to provide supplemental information. Her family originally came from Germansweek and Northlew, but they are close to Bratton Clovelly and she had hundreds of relatives from that village.

You can find this site at:

http://brattonclovellyops.com/wp/

It has online Parish recaps for censuses, baptisms, marriage and burials as well a lot of other information on Bratton Clovelly including a link to the cemetery in FindAGrave.

If you have any genealogical connection to Bratton Clovelly, you will probably find a lot of information there.

She and her husband are currently in the process of photographing remaining tombstones at the churchyard and will be uploading those to FindAGrave probably in early 2017.

Added by Ross Morton on Oct 01, 2016 8:08 AM

Lyn
Hugh Stevenson
Hi Catherine

I am interested in knowing your sources for your information on Hugh Stevenson and Margaret Bratton.

Thanks
Lyn Gillson

Added by Lyn on Oct 20, 2015 1:40 PM

Roger Whiting
RE: Florida Whiting Kennerly
Catherine,

Thanks for sharing your information, it's greatly appreciated. You certainly have a wealth of knowledge on how to find family. I'm certainly going to make the investment in the two sources you referenced.

It's rewarding to trace back and document my ancestors. I'm also trying to find current family from these ancestors, I've been lucky to find three. Your sources will certainly help me discover more.

Thanks for all your help.

Roger

Added by Roger Whiting on May 26, 2015 10:08 AM

InSearchOf
axtell
I believe that the child probably was illegitimate or if he was Axtell's why wouldn't he have married her before she gave birth and yet she did name him Almon. Almon Benton was born in June of 1875 and she married Axtell in January 1876. The Axtell Genealogy written in 1945 states simply that he was the adopted son of Axtell and Nina Allen was a widow at the time of her marriage to Axtell. Possibly some other unknown man may have been the father or perhaps Axtell was but wasn't made aware until later??

Added by InSearchOf on May 26, 2015 4:04 AM

Roger Whiting
RE: Florida Whiting Kennerly
Catherine,

I'm not sure how you found me, but I'm sure glad you did. If you would send me any information you might have on Florida Whiting Kennerly, I would appreciate it.

This journey started as a genealogy project, but quickly became an addiction to find and link family together.

Do you know D R Kennerly? He transferred Florida to my care. Do you know if there are living descendants of Florida?

Last question, I promise. I noticed a message regarding Alice Bell Stevenson Woolley; I'm looking for a Charles Woodruff Woolley. Any connection that you know of?

Thanks again for your help.

Roger
rwhit47855@aol.com

Added by Roger Whiting on May 25, 2015 4:25 PM

Ford
Your photo requests for the Old School Baptist Church Cemetery
I walked the entire cemetery and could not find the graves of the Baileys. Several of the grave markers were not legible. there were probably a half dozen graves that were not marked. I did take some photos of the cemetery that I will post that might help. Let me know if there is anything else I can do.

Ford

Added by Ford on May 06, 2015 3:51 PM

John Cahill
RE: Alice Bell Stevenson Woolley
your welcome I also took pictures of surrounding Stevenson family members if you wish those also

Take care
John

Added by John Cahill on Apr 29, 2015 12:06 PM

Jax
RE: The O'Grains
You're so very very welcome. I'm just sorry it took so long. They're buried in the middle of the largest section at Glenhaven. I was so happy to finally find them for you.

Added by Jax on Apr 22, 2015 12:16 PM

Margarite McLeod
Charlotte Helson
Hi Catherine,

I uploaded the photo of Charlotte's headstone however the birth and death year are slightly off. On the memorial you have 1875-1951 but the headstone has 1873-1950.

Added by Margarite McLeod on Sep 18, 2014 1:10 PM

Margarite McLeod
Anna Glendon
I uploaded the photo. Please note that you have the birth year as 1863 but on the stone it is 1868.

Added by Margarite McLeod on Sep 09, 2014 2:31 PM

Margarite McLeod
Anna & John Glendon
Hi Catherine, I'm fulfilling your request for these two headstones however I also have a photo of the Glendon family monument and gravesite that I would like to send you. If you send me a private email at margaritemc@att.net I will forward them to you.

Added by Margarite McLeod on Sep 09, 2014 2:27 PM

Eldred Pickett
RE: The Helsons in Mt. Olivet
You're very welcome - glad to help!

Added by Eldred Pickett on Sep 07, 2014 1:26 PM

Eldred Pickett
RE: maud helson
You're welcome, Catherine!

Added by Eldred Pickett on Jun 01, 2014 7:18 AM

William Neill
Note
You are very welcome. All due respect to you and your loved ones.

Added by William Neill on May 19, 2014 5:10 PM

Fred Sanford
RE: Clarence Whitman Osgood
You're welcome!...

Added by Fred Sanford on May 16, 2014 7:15 PM

Dave Davisson
Rev. Benjamin and Sarah Herbert
Hello, cousin! How kind of you to sponsor these memorials, I have transferred them to your care since you are far more likely than I to have biographical details and photographs to add.

I hope you and your family are well.

I still haven't been to the home place in Llandefalle yet, but learned that Rev. Benjamin's grandmother Herbert's chapel was sold and coverted to a house, and it looks from Google Maps to have been nicely restored and the graves preserved. So often they are cleared and the stones built into the wall or even carted off, so I was grateful that the new owner doesn't seem to mind their unusual side garden.Sincerely,

Dave Davisson

Added by Dave Davisson on May 16, 2014 5:36 AM

Fred Sanford
RE: Clarence Whitman Osgood
Thanks! Let me know if you get some more info...Fred

Added by Fred Sanford on May 15, 2014 8:51 AM

Fred Sanford
RE: Clarence Whitman Osgood
I added your comments to his bio.
Check it out
Fred

Added by Fred Sanford on May 13, 2014 7:10 PM

Corey & Douglas Marshall-Steele
RE: Charles E Brillhart
No worries - caught it - and good luck with your search!

Added by Corey & Douglas Marshall-... on May 13, 2014 6:58 AM

G-Man
Elsie Kennerly
No prob - would probably have posted a picture/s earlier if I had noticed her marker. It's a nondescript stone in an extreme corner of the lot that at first glance looks more like a boundry marker than a tombstone. The stone probably had a vase or figure on it at one time that was stolen or destroyed. This has happened too often to memorials in Magnolia - see memorial #117517664 for what happened during a seven month period to one.

Added by G-Man on May 13, 2014 6:36 AM

2patriots
RE: Hugh Saunders Stevenson
:) - you're welcome.

Added by 2patriots on Sep 14, 2013 4:56 AM

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