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David M. Pierce (#47460027)
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Bio Photo I've been interested in genealogy for many years and was delighted to discover Find A Grave.

I have sponsored family members here on the site, and have also uploaded photos of family member grave stones. If you use one of my photos, please give me credit for taking the photo (photo courtesy of and copyrighted by David Pierce) as well as listing the find a grave website and the find a grave number of the memorial.

Also, if you use one of my biographies, please also give me credit as the author. Thank you.
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Albert Arnold Sprague, IV
Gordon Hibbard - #92767465
He appears to go by several names:
1. Gordon Hibbard / as you list him (Find A Grave Memorial# 92767465)
2. Gordin Hibbard / as shown on headstone you include
3. Gurdon Hibbard / "A Genealogy of Benjamin Cleveland...," page 148, by Horace Gillette Cleveland, Chicago, 1879
https://archive.org/stream/genealogyofbenja00clev#page/148/mode/2up
Added by Albert Arnold Sprague, IV on Oct 13, 2016 6:45 PM
Scott Hann
Colonel Henry R. Sibley
Great research on the colonel; I own his inscribed sword! One piece to add to his bio is that at the Battle of Antietam, according to the regimental history, he had "a narrow escape from death." I've never been able to learn what this stroke of good luck was. Someday I hope to uncover it. Keep up the fine work, and please do not hesitate to contact me if you uncover more information about Henry Robinson Sibley. Best wishes, Scott
Added by Scott Hann on Jun 04, 2016 3:34 PM
Winona Wright
Robert Loveland #105818848
I was delighted to find an old photo (ambrotype?) of this ancestor on findagrave that I have not seen on other sites, (until I just saw it on wikitree.) We are descendants of his dau. Phylinda, grand-dau. Mary Jane Wheeler & Levi Wright. Do you know the origin of the photo? Do you know it is actually Rbt Loveland of Pittsford?

Are you the same DP who is profile manager for Rbt Loveland on wikitree? I notice that his parents are shown as usual on findagrave, but that the wiki site indicates his parents are not known and seeks DNA info. Has there been DNA testing that questions the conventional wisdom for this family? (I use the work published by JB and George Loveland when other sources fail.) We are not Y-dna or matrilineal to this couple, but we have done the autosomal testing, which resulted in cousins with Lovelands in their backgrounds.
Added by Winona Wright on Jun 02, 2016 8:22 PM
nancy calendine
alma laura lincoln brady
Dave
Would you allow me to use the information you have on find a grave for Alma Laura Lincoln Brady
My husband and I are residents of Pontiac Mi and live down the street from Mt Hope Cemetery
We organize some what of a history walk as a fund raiser for the cemetery We tell the stories of the citizens that came to Pontiac to make their lives here
I noticed that you had quite a bit of information on her and I was wondering if you were related If so might you have photos or family stories that you might share. hoping you can offer an insight to the family
We have organized the walk for the last four years
Google Mt Hope cemetery walk Pontiac Mi you will find articles on previous walks

thank you

Nancy
flowerchild2007@yahoo,com
Added by nancy calendine on Apr 11, 2016 7:11 PM
Ashley
Ruth Carriel Read / Mary Towne Estey
Hello!,

I'm a descendant of Ruth Carriel Read and very much appreciated reading your biography at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=116954777

I'm wondering if you have the exact line back to Mary Towne Estey? If it's not too much trouble to share, I'd love to see it.

Sincerely,
Ashley
Added by Ashley on Nov 25, 2015 11:51 AM
L A Willson
Allen Dalrymple grave
I see you are the one for the Allen Leland Dalrymple grave.

One of his children is missing: My grandmother, Jane Dalrymple, 1887-1972.

Thanks!
LAW
Added by L A Willson on Oct 26, 2015 2:47 PM
Larry Linehan
LaVerne G. Smith photo
You asked about the memorial for LaVerne G. Smith at Dry Creek Cemetery. The photo for LaVerne G. Smith was uploaded by another member, Amanda Fox. If you click on the photo it opens in another space and there is a description and source of the photo.
Added by Larry Linehan on Oct 10, 2015 5:57 PM
Wanda L
Helen and Ludwig Hanson
Hello David

I don`t have the photo, but I put in a request
for a new one. Hopefully it will come out a lot
better than the last

Wanda
Added by Wanda L on Aug 16, 2015 2:43 AM
Wanda L
Helen Hanson
Hello David

Thank you for the infor on Helen and Ludwig
Hanson. The marker is basically unreadable.
And I think I`m going to deleted it.

So I`m wondering if you are interested in me transferring their menoiials to you.

Wanda
Added by Wanda L on Aug 15, 2015 7:55 PM
Jan Gorman
William Fletcher Barnes
This is a photograph I took today of a W.F. & John Barnes Screw Cutting Lathe. It is on display at Dury's Gun Shop, 819 Hot Wells - San Antonio, TX 78223

http://www.wikitree.com/genealogy/Barnes-Photos-7065

When I got home, I researched the man that made the lathe, and found your biographies on Find A Grave. I added them to WikiTree and acknowledged your authorship. I found them very interesting. Thank you.
Added by Jan Gorman on Apr 03, 2015 8:00 PM
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