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Ruth Ashby (#47889573)
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Diane Pedersen
John Cowgill
Thank you for also looking for his burial site and headstone.

Added by Diane Pedersen on May 02, 2017 7:21 PM

Diane Pedersen
Rachel Bunting Cowgill
Thank you for trying to locate a headstone for her and her burial site. I appreciate you taking time to do this for me.

Added by Diane Pedersen on May 02, 2017 7:19 PM

C. Walsh
Dorothy Attix Meyer
Dear Ms. Ashby,
This is in regards to #113694014: /Dorothy Attix Meyer. This is my Aunt Dottie, and she just passed away on Tuesday, November 1, 2016. She was married to my Uncle Lester F. (Duffy) Meyer. I have the rights to my Uncles Duffy's grave, as well as their oldest son, Mark. Would you pleas transfer my Aunt Dottie's memorial to me, so that I may join her with my uncle. I have her full obituary, which I would like to add. I am flying up for her funeral, which will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2016.
Thank you for your time.
Carol Walsh

Added by C. Walsh on Nov 05, 2016 9:43 AM

June Hadaway
Great Grandparents
Thank you for finding my great grandparents resting places. William and Elizabeh Attix Bryan are my father's parents. They will not be forgotten.

Added by June Hadaway on Jul 01, 2016 8:03 PM

Carol Appleton
Joshua Marion Twilley
Hi

Alice Twilley Garton was not J Marion Twilley's daughter but his second wife. I can send you the marriage certificate if you want to verify it

Thanks

Carol

Added by Carol Appleton on Mar 23, 2016 3:38 PM

Jamie Brenenborg Minner
Thank you!
I have been searching for Ann Jemima Griffin for some time.(#98559261)

Thank you for creating this memorial! She was listed with several different iterations of her first name throughout the decades - I'll put through her specific details today. Finding your memorial was such a delight and a surprise. I'm trying to put the family back together, so I'm sure you'll be seeing a lot of requests from me.

Please let me know if there is anything you need documentation for or anything you question. I'd be happy to send whatever you need.

Thank you again for all of your work!

-Jamie Brenenborg Minner

Added by Jamie Brenenborg Minner on Mar 17, 2016 12:19 PM

Tiffany Rae
Info Request
Hello,

I noticed that you were the contributor for Frederick H. Hardcastle's photos. I was wondering, if you remember or still live in that area, if there was a Rhoda or Mary Hardcastle (Frederick was her husband) near him? Her birth year would be about 1865.

Thanks so much,

Tiffany

Added by Tiffany Rae on Jan 23, 2016 3:48 PM

Bill O
Photo Request
Thank you so, so much for the pictures of my uncle's grave, Malgrom L. O'Hearon. I never knew him as my father's parents died when all of the children were fairly young and all of the brothers and their sister were sent to relatives home throughout of the country to live. I am not even sure that my father had ever heard from or know about his location or life. Thank you again.

Bill

Added by Bill O on Nov 12, 2015 8:44 AM

Bill O
Photo Request
Thank you so, so much for the pictures of my uncle's grave, Malgrom L. O'Hearon. I never knew him as my father's parents died when all of the children were fairly young and all of the brothers and their sister were sent to relatives home throughout of the country to live. I am not even sure that my father had ever heard from or know about his location or life. Thank you again.

Bill

Added by Bill O on Nov 12, 2015 8:42 AM

Bill O
Photo Request

Added by Bill O on Nov 12, 2015 8:31 AM

bill preston
RE: David Noonan St Mary's Balston Spa
Hello Ruth: Thank for the compliment. I live about 10 min. from the cemetery in the Village of Ballston Spa. Daniel Noonan lived about 15 minutes away in the Town of Malta easterly of the cemetery. The 1900 census shows married to Catherine. Letters Testamentary, show Catherine, bros. Michael & Morris as executors. Obituary: Troy Daily Times, Sat. 27 Jul 1901, Troy, NY - Ballston Spa section (Malta), David Noonan, died Thursday (25 Jul), aged eighty-four years. He was born in Ireland, and came to America in 1850. He has resided in this section forty-five years. He is survived by his widow (Catherine) and three brothers. ***I have submitted the obit, birth date 13 Mar 1817, death date 9 Sep 1901 to the memorial manager. I looked for Catherine no luck on death, suspect she died before 1920. She was 95 in 1910 census living w/her 85 year old widowed sister Johanna Powers in Malta. I checked cemetery records in Ballston & Malta to no avail. Also checked a newspaper website "Old Fulton History" no obit. This web site is free, covers a broad area of NY State from early 1800 thru 1980's. Checked local library while doing other research, no luck. Will follow to see changes made. Bill Preston -

Added by bill preston on Oct 18, 2015 6:58 PM

SophiaB
THANK YOU!
thank you for your help, Ruth. I greatly appreciate it!

Kindly,
Sophia

Added by SophiaB on Aug 21, 2015 10:37 AM

SophiaB
Debbie Fellows
Hello!

My name is Sophia and I've been on a search for my biological family. I was
adopted when I was about one and half years old. My mother was Debbie
Fellows and she lived in Smryna De. She had another daughter, Alicia
Fellows. Her mother, and my grandmother, was Hazel Porter. My biological
mother passed away in 2000. Anyway, I was looking to find her final resting
place and through Ancestry.com I found an image you had posted.

I was wondering if you happened to have any further information on her? I'm
not sure if you would, but I thought I'd ask nonetheless.

Thank You!

Added by SophiaB on Aug 20, 2015 8:07 AM

gennie
RE: Jessie May Prettyman
No, that isn't a problem, Ruth! I have her info from a family Bible, just needed a pic to add to her in the family tree...........thank you SO MUCH! You are so considerate to worry about it not being readable~Most times they don't care if they get the whole stone, or clear shot, or WITHOUT reflections of their body or someone elses, lol.........great job!
Hugs
Gennie

Added by gennie on Jul 01, 2015 10:07 PM

gennie
Jessie May Prettyman
Thank you so much for taking the photo for me~so well done~ thank you again!
Gennie

Added by gennie on Jun 30, 2015 6:49 PM

gone_fishing - unless_you_email
RE: Ezra & Sarah Tinker
The stone is in 3 West near the GAR Section. Knowing that should help if you get a chance to return.

It was a pretty interesting stone. The day it was initially located, the sun was around to the west, and just couldn't figure a good way to do the parent's side of the stone. To do the children's side, hid behind a stone to minimize my image reflection and employed the telescopic feature. On the return trip to do the parent's side got some good scatter off the stone so could almost walk up to it without having my image present. That way only a little telescopic lens was needed and the resolution stayed pretty high.

-Charles

Added by gone_fishing - unless_you... on Jun 12, 2015 8:48 AM

Gerald Koehler
Elizabeth Kello's Tombstone
Ruth,

I can't thank you enough for taking the photo of Elizabeth Kello's marker. I would, however, like to change the info about her on this site, but I do not know how to do it. It says that Elizabeth is buried with her husband, Issac Kello (1826-1880). This Isaac Kello is actually her son and not her husband. Because she was born in 1793, if this man was her husband, she would be 33-years-old that her husband.

The confusion was probably created because her husband was also named Isaac Kello. He was born in about 1795. He died on 6 Jan 1840 and was also buried in this cemetery. Is it possible to add this correct information?

Again, thanks for taking the pictures. They were great!
Jerry

Added by Gerald Koehler on May 21, 2015 8:30 PM

TimeTraveler
RE: Elizabeth Todd oops too
Done and done.

Added by TimeTraveler on Jan 23, 2015 8:58 AM

TimeTraveler
RE: Your photos
Hello Ruth,

Thank you for your kind words. Histories and families are so important so I do what I can to help preserve. Time of day, season, and luck of weather all make a difference. The camera on my iphone provides pretty clear photos so I am trying to exploit that as much as I can.

My picture only tell part of the story. Your photos tell another part of the story. For that, I am sure families value the information equally. Thank YOU for your efforts in furthering the cause in this area. Keep up the good work!

Added by TimeTraveler on Jan 11, 2015 9:11 AM

Russ Pickett
Thanks Again ... :-)
I'm really Sorry to hear about your Mom. :-(

I haven't minded any of your requests. :-) You are doing a "Fantastic" job! Thank you so much.

Russ

Added by Russ Pickett on Dec 31, 2014 1:18 AM

Russ Pickett
Thanks. :-)
Thanks for catching all the dup's! :-)

Russ

Added by Russ Pickett on Dec 07, 2014 5:53 AM

Dennis Tucker
RE: Norris/Dickison/Tucker
Thanks Ruth,

Sorry for the problems trying to keep the family mix in order. Samuel Dickison in Annapolis wouldn't match Amanda's first husband. He was born in Sussex county in 1841 and died around 1870 in Kent county. They had three children and Fannie was the oldest followed by William and John. I have seen numerous spellings of their surname and Amanda was recorded as Dickerson when she married John Tucker at Asbury Methodist Church in Smyrna in 1874. Her maiden name was Shorts.

I have a lot of missing links in the Smyrna - Clayton area. Thanks for your contributions to Find-A-Grave. I don't know what ancestry.com get out of it but it's priceless to us researchers when a missing link suddenly pops up.

And a happy Thanksgiving to you, Ruth. Hope you're missing the snow - slush mix we're seeing right now. Never saw thunder-snow before today.

Dennis

Added by Dennis Tucker on Nov 26, 2014 11:58 AM

catherine colleen bond
Carl Fred #112747139
Hello, Thank you so much for adding my great uncle Carl Fog and his wife Ella Postles Fog. I have added Carl Fred mother Elizabeth Mitchell Fog#14781105 can you attach him to her please. I will add some pix to Fred and Ella's memorial. As I grew up very close to Ella. She was like a grandmother Thanks again Catherine Colleen Bond

Added by catherine colleen bond on Nov 23, 2014 6:39 PM

Grammie
SHARPE Memorials & Photos
Ruth, thank you SO very much for creating the memorials for Nellie and Thomas Sharpe and adding the photos in Kelton Cemetery. I have been looking for their final resting place since 1990 when I got my first computer! You can't imagine what this means to me.

Thank you for all you do on Find A Grave, it is SO much appreciated!

Wanda

Added by Grammie on Nov 23, 2014 10:17 AM

pb99c
Bewley grave
Thank you so much for your time and efforts.

Added by pb99c on Nov 19, 2014 3:59 PM

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