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Deborah Weeks (#47818388)
 member for 4 years, 9 months, 10 days
pMcP
Memorial# 143155287
I have found some info for Martha and posted an edit for her on June 30th. I added the source as a photo on her memorial and the caption of that photo has the source info for her marriage to John. If you would like me to remove the 'photo' afterwards, I'll be happy to.

Added by pMcP on Jul 14, 2016 7:51 AM

G. M. Genovese
RE: Your message to me re: Robert Clyde
Okay, I'm writing up an email to you right now.

Added by G. M. Genovese on Jul 10, 2016 12:19 PM

pMcP
RE: Nowell edits, Memorial# 143155274
Thank you so much for questioning my edit!
I had assumed this John, born 1820, was the one I was looking for. On closer inspection of my source, the cemetery he was buried in was Village Cemetery in North Vassalboro. There is no John Nowell, b. 1820, listed there so now I will create a memorial for him (and his wife who is Mary J. not Martha J. - which should have made me pause in the first place).
Sorry I cannot shed light on the Nowells in Weeks Cemetery.
My apologies and thank you for your trouble

Added by pMcP on Jun 30, 2016 4:03 PM

Melissa Mariano
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 142217488
Hi Deborah,
The only info I have on John McAfee is burial info, which I found in the book "The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. With A Complete Alphabetical List of Wardens and Vestrymen, and of the Interments in the Graveyard, 1700-1906." on page 185. It's available for free on Google Books.
Hope that helps!
Melissa :)

Added by Melissa Mariano on May 26, 2016 1:41 PM

Lisa F.
RE: Charles Fromm, memorial # 140568825
Hi. The Minnie Fromm on the stone appears to be a child. The dates are weathered. The birth date does seem to start with "19--", though, and it looks like the death date was 1912. It is possible she is the Carolina W. Fromm listed in the NYC Death Index, if the "W" stood for Wilhelmina and Minnie was derivative of that, who died 26 April 1912 at age 2.

Added by Lisa F. on Oct 05, 2015 9:01 PM

J. Ramsell
David Ramsell Will
I'll go take a look.

Thanks Deb.

Jeannie

Added by J. Ramsell on Sep 02, 2015 7:02 PM

J. Ramsell
RE: Ramsells
Dear Deborah,

Where did you find a copy of David's will?

Jeannie

Added by J. Ramsell on Sep 02, 2015 6:48 PM

J. Ramsell
Brent Ramsell
I never knew him, but Brent and I are 3rd cousins.

Added by J. Ramsell on Aug 28, 2015 6:18 PM

J. Ramsell
David M. Ramsell
David Ramsell was married to Margaret E. Weeks (1826-1896). She died out here in Stockton, California. Her parents were David Hopkins Weeks (1796-1882) and Margaret Simpson (1796-1886).

Is this your husbands family?

Added by J. Ramsell on Aug 28, 2015 6:16 PM

J. Ramsell
RE: Ramsell Gravestone Photo
Hi Deborah,

Yes I'm related to the Ramsells. My maiden name is Ramsell, and my father's family originated in York County, Maine. My grandfather, Grover Weston "Wes" Ramsell, was born in Portland and lived there until his mid twenties.

What is the name of your husband's friend? I'd be interested to see if we are related. Is your husband still in contact with him?

Added by J. Ramsell on Aug 28, 2015 4:54 PM

J. Ramsell
Ramsell Gravestone Photo
Deborah,

Thank you so much for this!!

Jeannie Ramsell

Added by J. Ramsell on Aug 28, 2015 2:29 PM

Bev Winship
RE: Stephen Chase memorial #32128859
Another contributor changed it to February. Everything I find shows April. I have changed it back. Thanks.

Added by Bev Winship on Apr 13, 2015 2:09 PM

Stone Finders
Lavina Taber
I only transfer your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. That is find a graves guild lines.Sorry but I will stay with what is on the stone.

Added by Stone Finders on Feb 03, 2015 1:38 AM

Claire
Death date
I have used that date of 7 May 1893 as correct. My source for that was Family Data Collection previously called Gene Pool Individual Records.
The source on that database is
"Source Information: Edmund-The Family Data Collection - Individual Records database was created while gathering genealogical data for use in the study of human genetics and disease."

Added by Claire on Nov 22, 2013 3:23 PM

Claire
Abraham Hoyt
We who maintain the cemetery believe he is buried there & was the owner of the plots. My source are: 1. Hoyt book by David W. Hoyt, page 581
2. Obit of daughter Sarah Jennie Sperring Lewis in 1946.
3. Marriage Records of Clearfield County, page 72
4. Census 1850,1860,1870, 1880,
5. Letter from Milton Lawhead, in the Civil War, mentioning Abram sent him a letter.
6. Family Data Collection-previously called Gene Pool Individual Records
7. In depth cemetery survey by 4 Lawhead cousins.
8. Pumpkins Roots,Jill McLeister(sp)credits Hoyt info from Robin Bush - She a researcher from Taunton, England commissioned and paid by Rurton W. Spear. Hoyt's Issue published this data in the Spring 1996 and Spring 19..issues.
9. Decendent of Seth Hoyt - Revolutionary War Pension Records W2940 Continental (Mass) Hoyt, Seth & Catharine
10. The obit of Catharine written by her son Gould is very interesting.

So no actual death date but we still could find proof. I have not done Hoyt research for a number of years and every day there is more & more info out there.

Added by Claire on Nov 21, 2013 7:35 PM

Claire
RE: Orris Hoyt and Jane Shirey
Be back in a little - think I have some sources for you.

Added by Claire on Nov 21, 2013 6:38 PM

Claire
RE: Orris Hoyt and Jane Shirey
They are buried at Centre Cem at Hyde, Clearfield County, PA. I keep a master list of burials, with direct contact to the cemetery board. There is a facebook page for the cem where I will get a message. Laura Hoyt dau of Orris was my gr-grandmother.

Added by Claire on Nov 21, 2013 4:48 PM

Susan Beyer
Forest Hills Cemetery Photo
You are welcome. I added the cemetery photo to the Cemetery Profile and I think it automatically appears on the memorials. I think there are a lot of burials at Forest Hills that were moved from cemeteries that we demolished. I can't remember which cemeteries though.

Added by Susan Beyer on Oct 04, 2012 4:55 PM

Jan
Welcome to FAG
Hi, Deb! Welcome to Find A Grave! Glad to see you on here! Another great website to search our ancestors!

Added by Jan on May 23, 2012 4:06 PM

 
 

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