|Kathryn Flahaut Sutton||Harrison-McIntire-Tetrick Cemetery|
I'm looking for the Harrison-McIntire-Tetrick Cemetery where my 2nd great-grandparents are said to be buried. Do you know if this cemetery is on Find a Grave or who I might contact to find out who is in fact buried there?
Added by Kathryn Flahaut Sutton on Apr 01, 2017 9:54 AM
|Del Groves||Daniel Lester Fortney #156458159|
I just found this son of George Riley Fortney. Note that his marriage and death info lists her mother's maiden name as 'Marr' vs. Morrow - but I have no documentation either way. Do you?
Added by Del Groves on Dec 28, 2015 5:09 PM
|Del Groves||Missouri Florence Fortney Ogden Flogercy|
I'm a Fortney descendant. I just found Missouri dau of Joshua Noah Fortney & Mary Catherine Pell. I see she was m. (1) to Arthur Ogden #64512701 who d. 21Jan1886 in a mine explosion. She apparently then m. (2) Daniel Flogercy but I don't find marriage or death info. Hoping you have more info?
Please also visit my website and I invite you to submit additional info or corrections. http://ourfamilysaga.com/ [I've not yet updated it with the newly found info on Missouri et al]. Thanks!
Added by Del Groves on Dec 15, 2015 8:49 AM
|Jeff torman||Rhodam Rogers Photo|
If possible I would like to use the photo of Rhodam Rogers' marker. It is for my tree only.
Also, could you tell me how to get to this marker? I would love to see it.
Added by Jeff torman on Jul 18, 2015 8:40 PM
The biography "Elijah Morris" was posted to Eliza Morris Morris 1828-1901 buried in Morris Cemetery(Franklin township), Morrisville, Greene Co, PA
This is wrong? The biography for Eliza Morris should be "Eliza Morris", a female - not Elijah Morris, a male.
Added by GraveFinder on Jun 04, 2014 7:53 AM
|Anne Smith||RE: CL Tetrick picture|
My grandmother is Maxine - the one with the dog Julie. That makes Sarah and Clarence Tetrick my great grandparents. My grandmother has often said there were tons of Fortneys and Tetricks and keeping them all straight has been tough. I would imagine that is the case for most family's of that time since they were so large! I believe I've seen/heard Gertrude Maude mentioned here and there in my family's various notes and conversations. My uncle is the unofficial geneologist of the family and has been able to keep up with who is who to a degree. His cousin, Marge's son, has also been poking around the internet and old records trying to find anything related to the Fortneys and Tetricks. I know some of my family was glad and surprised to see the pictures you've posted! Hopefully you'll find some more treasures!
Thanks again for sharing!!
Added by Anne Smith on Jan 17, 2014 6:11 AM
|Anne Smith||CL Tetrick picture|
The picture you posted with CL Tetrick has my grandmother in it. We were curious where you found this picture. My grandmother can remember seeing the actual picture but cannot remember where it went. Are you a Tetrick? Do you happen to have any other pictures like this one? We'd love to know more about how you came across it!
Added by Anne Smith on Jan 16, 2014 6:21 PM
|Human||re: James Fortney|
Sorry to message again on this. I found on 1930 census, Wayne co, a Lawrence Fordney b. 1902 in West Virginia. As we know, the information given on census records is not always accurate and the information given on death records is seldom first hand information, add this info to what's in the bible and I would say this is him.
Added by Human on Jan 01, 2014 10:19 AM
|Human||re: James Fortney|
I had overlooked the death record in Michigan because it gives his birth in 1908... I'd like to find a way to knock 10 years off my age, lol.
Added by Human on Jan 01, 2014 10:07 AM
I'm all for family managing! Most of mine are my family members, just wanted to add him on here. Enjoy!
Added by Beaux on Dec 10, 2013 6:14 PM
Added by Gina on Dec 09, 2013 7:28 PM
WELCOME TO FINDAGRAVE.COM community
HAPPY HUNTING !!!
Added by Gina on Oct 21, 2013 8:33 PM