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Pat Bartoshesky (#47988350)
 member for 4 years, 4 months, 7 days
Jeffrey Cregger
Daniel Jarrell
Daniel Jarrell was your 4th-great-grandfather? He's also my 4th-great-grandfather!

Added by Jeffrey Cregger on Feb 21, 2017 12:05 PM

Weez
RE: re Frank Jarrell
You're very welcome! I didn't add the photo to Beulah or June's memorials as I didn't know if they were still living. If you have that info, you may copy & paste the photo to their markers. Hope you have a blessed week!

Added by Weez on Feb 20, 2017 6:59 PM

Weez
RE: William P. White
You're very welcome!

Added by Weez on Nov 19, 2016 8:27 AM

gravedigger
RE: Donald White
You are very welcome

Added by gravedigger on Sep 18, 2016 7:08 PM

Gravehunter1963
RE: William H. Applegate 1824-1897
It is his unit un the Ohio Volunteer Infantry. I am assuming civil war because of his age.

Added by Gravehunter1963 on Jan 06, 2016 4:51 PM

CJBiller
New Cathedral Cemetery
I am pretty sure there is only one such cemetery in Baltimore. Someone duplicated the same cemetery there. If you would transfer your memorials to the other one that would be great.

Added by CJBiller on Nov 10, 2015 4:09 PM

Wendy Hughes Smeenk
Susan and Agens McGee 137035925 /137035739
Can you pass ownership of Alexander's sisters. I would love to connect them to each other.

Thanks
Wendy Lee Hughes Smeenk
4776848

Added by Wendy Hughes Smeenk on Nov 03, 2015 8:20 AM

Joz
RE: Raymond jack Lyons
Hi Pat, Thanks for the heads-up. I checked my records from which in input "all" of my memorials from Old Swedes and it does, in fact, list this gentleman as being there. There is no Lot Number, however, there is a Reference Number which is K 288. Perhaps you can call Old Swedes and they can confirm the burial. As of now, I personally would leave him in Old Swedes and I will add a Note referencing his possible/probable burial in Silverbrook Cemetery. You should create a new memorial for him and input your photo. It has been my experience that someone will contact one of us with the correct burial place information. But I would suggest referencing both cemeteries since people may be looking in Old Swedes for him. The original records for Old Swedes are not at the cemetery anymore. They have been put in a safe place many years ago after these lists were composed by a very old gentleman. I do know, as a fact, that there are mistakes in the records, but as I said, someone will see it and notify us with a correction. Again, Thanks, Joz

Added by Joz on Apr 21, 2015 3:07 PM

Penny
RE: middle initials
I really don't understand the term if I've added the link myself. If you hover over the explanation you'll be even more confused.

Added by Penny on Apr 18, 2015 7:59 PM

Penny
RE: middle initials
I leave out the middle letter because some people use the first letter of a maiden name on the memorial. I don't like to list that letter unless I know the middle name and maiden name. There just is no standard and I've had to change far to many memorials.

Added by Penny on Apr 18, 2015 6:40 PM

DNealeDE
Find A Grave Meet up
Find a Grave Community Day is Saturday, October 18! There are already 32 meet-ups planned in 16 U.S. states, as well as Canada, France, and Germany! Sign up now to help at one of these cemeteries!

We are trying to start a meet up in Wilmington and Kim thought you might be interested in joining us. The link is below

http://www.meetup.com/Find-A-Grave/

Denise

Added by DNealeDE on Oct 12, 2014 10:51 AM

Donna White
RE: Applegate photos
Pat,
I have some great grandparents who seem to move about quite a bit on the census. I think people moved around wherever the jobs were, even maybe separate from their husbands.

As for the gravestone, that was dirt on it from maybe dried mud? I didn't have a brush with me and it was drizzling rain when I went.. It would help to trim back the bushes quite a bit, but the stone might need to be raised on that end, or maybe an area dug around it with gravel around the edges, depending on what the cemetery allows..

donna

Added by Donna White on Oct 12, 2014 6:47 AM

Donna White
RE: Applegate photos
You're welcome. I did all the Applegates there..

Maybe not in such bad shape, but a little bit of dirt and the bushes are getting a little bit overgrown...

It was drizzling rain when I went there, so that affected the pictures a little bit...

donna

Added by Donna White on Oct 11, 2014 11:28 AM

Kim Clendaniel
RE: Mammaw's birthday
Hi Pat! I have not been on here in quite awhile!
I enjoy doing some digging into family history and want to preserve it for my children. I always loved seeing your Mom when she came to visit. Best regards! Kim

Added by Kim Clendaniel on Sep 03, 2014 8:05 PM

Candie Freeman
Dora and Othneil (or Othneal) White
Hello, I am often in the are where Dora and Othneil are buried. There is no map with the location of their graves, so I'll have to find them first before I can get a photo. I know the general area they are buried and will try and get a tombstone photo for you.

Added by Candie Freeman on Aug 12, 2014 3:56 PM

Joey Alexander
RE: Evaline Oxley
It was my pleasure. I had the day off and have been meaning to go there for a while. I'm just glad I could help

Added by Joey Alexander on Jul 23, 2013 6:17 PM

Valerie
Mary C Corbett
At this time can find no relationship to Mary, I was able to find her parents and have linked her to her parents A sister Helen was linked previously to her parents If you find you are related to her, I will be more than happy to transfer her Memorial over to you so you can maintain it It appears that Mary never married and Corbett is is maiden name
Valerie

Added by Valerie on Jun 23, 2013 3:39 PM

OurPast
RE: Adelaide Applegate
Gahanna

Added by OurPast on May 01, 2013 6:35 PM

OurPast
RE: Adelaide Applegate
Since you only have 6 memorials (all family), 4 of which I transferred to you, I doubt you'll be transferring any memorials anytime soon LOL. If, in the futher, you have the need to transfer a memorial, it's easy. Just click "Transfer Management" at top of memorial, fill in the Find A Grave member number that you are transferring the memorial to and click "Transfer this memorial". Transfers can not be undone so be sure you have the correct Find A Grave member number.

Added by OurPast on May 01, 2013 3:05 PM

OurPast
RE: Adelaide Applegate
Transferred family to you. You could add additional childrens names in Bio. Although I found when and where daughter Adelaide Gordon and son John Eber died, I don't know where they are buried.

Added by OurPast on May 01, 2013 9:32 AM

 
 

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