|Mary Harrell-Sesniak (#46488639)|
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|Frank Arendt||Anna May Arendt|
Hello Mary - Would you happen to have a photo of Anna Mays grave site? She is my great aunt and her portrait has hung in our home for as long as I can remember. I only just now discovered that she was buried in Mt Vernon along with her brother and sister James and Pauline. Thank you !
|Dolores J. Rush||Almost Forgot!|
My husband's ancestor, Abel Stout (74388119) was also in the Revolutionary War.
|Dolores J. Rush||Thank You for the Invitation!|
I'm not on Facebook, however I am on Pinterest. Are you still a member? Helen Sills (#47361886), a DAR, brought it to my attention that our mutual ancestor, William Fletcher, was a Revolutionary War soldier. We also have another mutual ancestor that was a Revolutionary War soldier too -- Peter Todd (#75559214). Do you know about this site? http://sril.gradeless.com/grclark.htm
|Dolores J. Rush||Revolutionary Soldiers|
Saw you had a Revolutionary Soldiers virtual cemetery and thought you might like to add in my 5th great-grandfather. William Fletcher (144294592) served under Gen. George Rogers Clark.
|Little Geno||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 41187848|
Thank you for the transfer. I am also not directly related but will be glad to manage until a true relative claims Hannah.
Thank you and your mother for your work on Find A Grave.
|fleshingoutthetree||Find A Grave Memorial# 83089067|
I cannot thank you enough for the above transfer. Mr. William T. Haines was a remarkable man. This means a great deal to me.
|fleshingoutthetree||Find A Grave Memorial# 83089067|
Dear Mrs. Harrell-Sesniak,
I respectfully request a transfer of the above Find A Grave memorial for William T. Haines. He is my 2x great grandfather. Thank you kindly for considering this request.
|Little Geno||Find A Grave Memorial# 41187848|
I think you might have received an edit request for this already because it would not let me enter but I believe you have Hannah Johnson attached as a spouse to her father-in-law, Eleazer Johnson Sr.(1718-1792), instead of the son, Eleazer Johnson Jr. (1746-1788), Find A Grave Memorial# 41187838.
Thank you for all your work on Find A Grave
|katrina johnson||RE: Aaron Van Kirk # 50929461|
Thanks for getting back to me Mary..
I'll be happy to maintain the listing - but don't know what that entails, so I may need a bit of guidance (are there guidelines or a tutorial or something?)
I will certainly leave the obit notice in place - it was nice of your mother to go to the trouble of finding it and posting it.
One follow-up question: do you know if there is a map the graves in Mercer Cemetery - or how I could find someone who lives nearby who could go look? -- There's gotta be a logical reason why the family had a plot all the way over in Trenton. They were from NJ, but lived their entire married life in Philadelphia. (Though, as I recall, their 1st and last child were born in Mercer Co). So I had the idea that maybe their graves are adjacent to those of her family.
I have been banging my head against the cyber wall here trying to figure out whether the middle initial 'P' stands for a maiden name, or whether she was Rebecca Priscilla or some such.
Any hints would be appreciated
|katrina johnson||Aaron Van Kirk # 50929461|
I'd like to thank you for posting the entry for my gr-gr grandfather's grave.
2 items: I'd love to know if there is anyone else who has contacted you in regards to this family. I'm fairly new to searching for family roots & I've got a lot of info on more recent side branches, but have pretty much hit a wall with figuring out who Aaron's & Rebecca's families were.
Also, a correction (I think): I'm pretty sure "my" Aaron was not a captain of anything. The census & city directories list him as living in Philadelphia with his family, working as a carpenter/builder. He did not, as far as i can tell, serve in the military. So I have no idea why Rebecca's funeral notice lists her as the 'widow of Capt. Aaron Van Kirk'. There was an actual Captain Van Kirk, but he lived in Dennis, Cape May, NJ, had 2 wives & 8 kids (or so) and he died several years after Rebecca. If you have any information on this subject I'd love to hear it.
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