|M M||Sherman Rilley Cannon|
There is erroneous data in this bio. The paragraph about his mother states that she is the daughter of a Civil War soldier named Cannon. Her father and her maiden name is Schlachter. Cannon is her married name.
Added by M M on Aug 03, 2017 10:47 AM
I noticed your posting at my grandpa and grandma's listings. (Harlin King and Lillie King). My daddy was Willie Thomas King. Guess we may be related, as I noted the name Thomas as I was reading your posting. Just wanted to drop in to let you know another "King" just read your posting. Take care, Karen (King) Steward
Added by KAREN Steward on Jul 19, 2017 1:46 PM
|sandra ||Ocoia Dexter Wilson is my husband's grandfather|
This is my first time locating this page. I came across it looking for the meaning of 'Ocoia '.
My father in law, Edward Lee Wilson, who passed February 9, 2013, was Ocoia & Carrie's son. My husband carries his grandfather's name, as his middle name. We have 1 son who will be 5 in August and I'd love to be able to make a family tree for him so he can learn about his extended family as he gets older; since my mother in law, Edwards wife, Linda, passed away on October 13, 2011, our son has never known his grandparents. And I'm quite sure my husband would love more information about his dads family.
Added by sandra on Jul 06, 2017 9:01 AM
|Pete King||My Great Grandfather|
My name is Pete King. My dad was Braxton Russell King, named after this man, who was my great grandfather. Thank you for the opportunity to learn a bit about him!
Added by Pete King on Jun 15, 2017 4:04 PM
|Vicki Davis||James Probst|
I believe James Probst in St. Andrews Cemetery is my great great Uncle. But I can not read the document that you have posted. Could you please tell me where I can find this.
Thanks Vicki Davis
Added by Vicki Davis on Jun 15, 2017 5:11 AM
|Tracy Germaine Crouch Keshtkar||Thomas Murray|
You may already be aware, but there's a second memorial to Thomas (Find A Grave Memorial# 112852696). Your's has more information about the person, but this one has links to some of the children's memorials.
I have more questions about these folks if you have more info.
Added by Tracy Germaine Crouch Kes... on May 16, 2017 1:36 PM
|Nancy Moore||Benjamin Hardin Adams|
I noticed your recent flower/message for Ben and wondered if you might know what happened to his daughter Maggie whose mother was Sallie Estes, she was Goldie Adams Blackford's sister(Ben's dau with Sallie Estes). Maggie was born in 1906 and last found in Ben and Martha Corum Adams' household in 1920. I am interested in Maggie as she was a great niece of my great grandmother. My uncle Henry Madden married Martha Corum Mulkins Adams' daughter Lulu so my interest is really two fold.
I sure would appreciate a reply
my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Nancy Moore on May 08, 2017 4:32 PM
|Ivan Baugh||George Wesley Gagel|
George is my grandfather. He is buried in South Jefferson Cemetery, not South Louisville.
His father-in-law is buried in the Kennedy Cemetery on South Third Street. His mother-in-law is buried is South Jefferson Cemetery.
Added by Ivan Baugh on Apr 30, 2017 12:06 PM
|Kathy Stanfill Newport||Stanfill|
Hi Wayne and Diane
My name is Kathy Stanfill Newport.
My parents were James Milford Stanfill and Mary Helen Howard Stanfill
Oda Stanfill was my grandpa married Minnie King
How are we related?
Added by Kathy Stanfill Newport on Apr 18, 2017 2:24 PM
|Richard Bareford||Boyles, William Marcus; #110100171|
Dear Wayne & Diane,
I am working to update all the memorials for the veterans who died in the 1935 Labor Day Hurricane. You created a memorial for one of these veterans, William Boyles. Suggest you make the following changes and additions,
Death: location, Islamorada / Monroe County / Florida
Bio: Military service, Private US Army, May 15 1918 – May 14 1922.
In 1935 William was accepted into the Veterans Work Program and assigned to Camp 1 on Windley Key, FL. On September 2, 1935 he was among the 259 veterans killed in the Labor Day Hurricane. He was not positively identified but the preponderance of evidence indicates his body was recovered and cremated where found in the Keys.
On November 14, 1937, ashes and skeletal remains from the various cremation sites were collected and buried in the crypt of the Florida Keys Memorial, in Islamorada, FL. Although entitled to a Government grave marker furnished at the expense of the United States, William’s grave was never marked. The Village of Islamorada has been asked to mark his grave, but to date has refused to do so.
Richard Bareford (#48076744)
Added by Richard Bareford on Mar 19, 2017 9:03 PM
|Francie Ede||William F Jucoff|
You put a message on my memorial asking where William F. Jucoff was buried. He was born abt. 1862 in KY according to the 1880 census. He was married to Sarah Ellen Dubourg Nov 22, 1887 in Louisville according to KY marriage records. Sarah's brother was my great-grandfather. Sarah was also married to Charles Edward Seabert on Aug 16, 1894 in Louisville according to KY marriage records. I don't know when or where William F. Jucoff died, but I just read an article on newspapers.com that said that 5 of the 6 children of Dominic & Ellen Jucoff were buried at Louisville, KY - Myers Cardinal Hill Cemetery except for their daughter Mary Frances who was buried with her husband Henry Wessel in St. Andrews Cemetery. Mary Frances & Henry were killed in an auto accident in 1939. I have their obits on their Find A Grave memorials. So, I'm assuming that William F. Jucoff was buried at Myers Cardinal Hill Cemetery.
Added by Francie Ede on Feb 18, 2017 3:16 PM
|Donna Roginski||Fyffe family in Lawrence Co., IL|
I see that you have left flowers for the Fyffe family members in the Fyffe cemetery in Lawrence Co., IL. Do you know more about this family? I have a Rebecca Fyffe who married John Cash in Mason Co., KY in 1837. People are always getting her mixed up with this Rebecca Fyffe (d.1835) 33693967. I would like to add more information to the Rebecca buried in IL so that people can tell the difference. Any information you have about Rebecca and/or her siblings/parents would be appreciated. email@example.com
Added by Donna Roginski on Jan 14, 2017 6:53 AM
|Janet McMaster||Boyles Genealogy|
You have done a lot of work and it is so nice of you to share your information.
Do you know if your Boyles line connects with the
Boyles line from Stokes Co. N.C.?
Added by Janet McMaster on Jan 12, 2017 3:53 PM
|Lisa aka Leta Ann||Toussaint DuBois Sr 114449543|
Dear associates -
Thank you for the wonderful historical information about Toussaint. Would you like a probable link to his Canadian birth? Father Gibault who (as you already know) had a family link to Timothy DuMonBrun of Kasaskia/Nashville fame. Therese St. Ange DumonBreun wife of Timothy DumonBreun had Dubois family in Montréal. Thérèse was 1st cousin to Father Gibault whose statute is nearby Toussaint's grave. So by virtual that is true the Father Gibault and Tousaint were cousins. The Canadians have kept careful records on their genealogical websites of these relations . If you would like to fact check you can Google search "Canadian Geneologicsl records." The University of Indiana and Illinois web sites provide the a links to the area to fact check Canadian records of birth
Added by Lisa aka Leta Ann on Jan 05, 2017 6:41 PM
|melvin gilreath||Elizabeth (Gilreath) Stephens|
Mary Elizabeth Stephens was a daughter of Benjamin M. and Nancy (Gregory) Gilreath. Her mother died shortly after her birth and her father (Union Army) was killed during the Battle of Atlanta (Aug 1864). Her Gilreath grandparents were taking care of Elizabeth. She must have used her middle name in deference to Her Gilreath grandmother, also named Mary.
Added by melvin gilreath on Dec 25, 2016 9:38 AM
|Jane Lane||Marker photo|
Would you please place marker photo from 126591241 to 126591136. Thank you very much. Merry Christmas and god bless. Jane
Added by Jane Lane on Dec 18, 2016 11:09 AM
|B. D. Rutherford||Ike and Arrilla Hill|
I noticed you added edit materials to the Flowers you added. You can either email me or even use the Edit Tab for memorials to have the information added.
Added by B. D. Rutherford on Nov 18, 2016 1:53 PM
|Patricia Cammock||Carrie Bolinger Carrithers|
Find A Grave Bio says that Carrie died in Indiana and Illinois. She was married to my first cousin 4x removed, Samuel Thomas Carrithers. Please let me know the correct information so that it will be included under the Crothers Family Tree on Ancestry.
Added by Patricia Cammock on Nov 06, 2016 1:31 PM
|anthony wilson||gooch family|
looking for any info or photos of my 5th great grndpa rowland gooch? thanks and god bless
Added by anthony wilson on Sep 12, 2016 6:58 PM
|Ron Rader||Managing Memorials|
If I have any memorials from Scott county, Tennessee and McCreary county, Kentucky that you would like to manage--let me know. I can transfer to you.
Added by Ron Rader on Sep 08, 2016 7:46 AM
|Rita Wehunt-Black||Trinity Lutheran Church|
Wayne & Diane,
Greetings from North Carolina.
Yes, this is a picture of Trinity Lutheran Church, Vale, NC, 1882. The first services were held at Lutz School House ca 1813, and were in German. I am told that the church was first called Trinity in 1822 when the first church was built of logs. When Rev. Little was pastor, Trinity's 6th pastor, (1876-1882), the log church was torn down and the brick structure was built of bricks made by members of the congregation. The brick structure was remodeled, and added to in 1927,1943, and 1950.
I am sorry to say that no one remembers who the people in the picture are.
I looked at your memorial for Susannah Alice Wood (Boyles). What a wonderful memorial page. I must admit that I knew little about her, and found the information there wonderful. Would it be OK if I downloaded her picture for my personal files. It is such a wonderful picture.
Good to hear from a Wood relation,
Added by Rita Wehunt-Black on Aug 27, 2016 12:15 PM
|MSgt M (retired) USAF||Thank You|
Just want to say thanks for all your research on the King family it has made my search for my family so much easier. The pictures and bios have been great.
Added by MSgt M (retired) USAF on Jul 28, 2016 12:52 PM
|Shannon L Ester||RE: Clabe Stephens|
James Clabe Stephens was married to Elizabeth Glireath around 1882. Son of Lewis Stephens and Amanda Shepherd.
Some of their children from 1900 Census:
Nellie Apr 1885
Flaura Jan 1887
Vada Apr 1889
Victory Mar 1891
Gertrude Oct 1893 - Married William M Sumner
Lida May 1896
Carri Aug 1898
1910 Census - James C Stephens and Elizabeth
had 11 children 9 still living
Lydia 14 years
Carrie 12 years
Lorrie 10 years
Roosevelt 7 years
with the two census reports I have nine of the 11 children.
Added by Shannon L Ester on Jul 27, 2016 9:57 PM
|MSgt M (retired) USAF||RE: King family|
Thanks so much will have to look for the right picture
Added by MSgt M (retired) USAF on Jul 01, 2016 11:16 AM
|Crystal Crouse||Ureth Murray Find A Grave Memorial# 139670901|
Dear Wayne and Diane:
I notice that you left a note on this memorial stating find a grave's mission of actual burial sites. I totally agree!
I believe that I am related to this family as well after doing some research and I would love to compare notes if you would be interested.
I have a copy of Thomas Murray Sr's will in which he mentions a daughter Ureth King however I have seen Ureth's DOD often used as 1802 and the will I have is 1805 but does not mention Ureth as being deceased.
Anyways, drop me a line if you'd like to connect!
Added by Crystal Crouse on Jun 30, 2016 9:11 AM