|Blue Rose Of Cairo (#46786099)|
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Long interested in cemeteries & ghost stories, this sight I really love! I love the fact that I can have "forever" obituaries for my loved ones and friends and that I can also assist those who are interested in tracing their family trees! I have a particular interest in Native American genealogy and cemeteries.|
WITH THE ADDITION OF THE EDIT BUTTON PLEASE SEND ME UPDATES OR CORRECTIONS VIA THE EDIT SYSTEM. IF YOU LEAVE ME A MESSAGE HERE CONCERNING A PARTICULAR MEMORIAL PLEASE INCLUDE THE MEMORIAL NUMBER. THANK YOU.
IF YOUR EDIT INFORMATION DIFFERS FROM WHAT I HAVE ON RECORD OR THE HEADSTONE (I USE DEATH CERT RECORDS AS THE PRIORITY FOR DATES) PLEASE SEND ME PROOF OF THE SOURCE MATERIAL OR IT WILL NOT BE CHANGED.
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|genieresearcher||Emma Lopert 95800526|
She is in Mt. Zion Cemetery Wheeling, Ohio County. You might care to move her memorial to that cemetery, it's easy to edit location. Then there is a duplicate made after yours that can be requested to delete.
Hello; Nicholas is my 3rd Gr Grandfather on my mother's
side. Would you transfer his info and photos to my Find A
Grave collection under the name Carney- Bissett #48986000.
|Geary Winters||RE: Elias Majors|
I figured out how to add a photo. Hope you don't mind. It is of the land Elias owned that is now part of my family farm. We have 210 acres that includes his 3367, 3368 military lots. Although, he didn't obtain them through military service, he was already a settler on the land.
|Geary Winters||RE: Elias Majors|
I don't know how to share pics here. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your email. I'd love to show you around the place.
|Geary Winters||Elias Majors|
You referenced Mount Savage as the place your 6th great grandfather was from. I own the land he had a deed for in 1793. My family has owned this farm for generations. We are currently restoring the old 1817 stone farmhouse.
Thank you for the info and great picture!
Added by Becky on Feb 10, 2017 11:38 AM
|DHvizdos||Stephen Sanders, Sr.|
I have done extensive research on this line of my family and Stephen is my 6th GGF as well. My work is currently under review by the DAR and it was my work that allow the marker to be placed this summer.
Do you have documents proving that Jeduthan is also a brother to Stephen beyond the Axtell Record naming him as so?
In the Dod/Dodd Family Genealogy Jeduthan is not listed as a sibling.
I have confirmed Jeduthan as Stephen's son, his marriage to Phebe Rogers as well as land records in NJ and their move back to PA from NJ before the 1810 census. Document proof of both their deaths in Indiana as well.
Naturalization of John Murfin wife of Jeduthan's daughter daughter Permelia.
Hoping you can help me out!
Added by DHvizdos on Oct 30, 2016 6:46 AM
|Ann Thomas||Mistaken Identity|
Hello, My great grandfather is Newton Seward Magers. You have a picture of his grave marker attached to the page of Jeanus Newton Magers and
his parents being David and Amanda. I believe this is incorrect. Newton Seward Magers is the son of John W. Magers and Adeline Jones Magers. Newton Seward is buried in the Fairview Cemetery on Rte. 250 in Moundsville, Marshall County, WV.
Jeanus Newton Magers and Newton Seward Magers are not the same person.
I have found through my searching that David Magers and his wife Amanda apparently did have a son, Jeanus Newton Magers. David is the son of Elias Magers. Elias' parents were Joseph Magers and Hannah DeVore Magers.
|deanna french||Riverside;Alfred Burnham Civil War Veteran|
May I use the photo that you have contributed to the memorial page of Alfred Burnam, to be posyed on the Vt. C.W.site? 9www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank your consideration.
|kathy ||Arthur McClure Perrine Photos|
Thank you, thank you, thank you for the color tinted photo of Arthur as well as the memorial banner. I just found this yesterday and it truly took my breath away, he is the father of my paternal grandmother and he has been and still is a very interesting person to research. Where did you find the color tint of him ? I would love to have a copy if it is possible.
Blessings on you, may all your work be greatly rewarded.
Added by kathy on Aug 04, 2016 12:03 PM
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