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Leave a message for ctv. I am researching and submitting last resting places for members of my family & my husband. The names are Turner, Merchant, Varney, Fuller and many more. Also I have submitted others that I have found in local areas mostly in New England.|
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|Deborah Myers||Rachel Cronkhite|
Your memorial shows that Rachel Cronkhite died in 1809. In the top photo of her headstone it clearly says 1859. I found Rachel Cronkhite in the 1850 census living with a Jacob Cronkhite (whom I assume was her son) in Addison County, Vermont. She listed her age as 82 in 1850 which would have meant this Rachel Cronkhite would have been 91 in 1859. This is highly likely the same Rachel Cronkhite as the one in your memorial. I hope you will rethink the date of death for her memorial #39305343. Thanks!
|squadron a association||Trooper David W Lewis|
On behalf of the late veterans of Squadron A, a big THANK YOU for the transfer.
Squadron A Association
|Paul Barton||Location of Quaker Cemetery|
According to Microsoft Street and Google Earth, Quaker Cemetery in actually located at North Ferrisburgh, Addison, Vermont.
|NLColes||RE: Edward Babb|
You're very welcome.
Added by NLColes on Apr 18, 2015 5:32 AM
|Laszlo B. Apathy III||RE: Eva Apathy|
I am VERY interested in the "Eva Apathy" you are referring to. My mother's married name was also Eva Apathy (1922-1967). I have been researching our APATHY family genealogy, history, & heraldry for 35+ years. Please contact me via email (Laszlo.Apathy@verizon.net) with any/all info you have about your Eva Apathy. BTW: I also have an aunt Eva Apathy (born:1924) that lives in Davenport Iowa close to her daughter Judy Apathy-Hyland.
Laszlo B. Apathy III
AAA - Apati/Apathi/Apathy Ancestral Assoc. (est.1995)
191 Selma Ave
Skype & FaceBook: LaszloApathy
|William "Bill" Belzung||Chester McAuley Luttrell|
Yes, thank you for the update on the memorial.
Although the original intent of F-A-G perhaps was not the linking of relatives, I believe it has provided an invaluable resource for persons searching for their loved ones.
|Sherri Buete||RE: Alice Anger|
Thank you very much! I am very grateful for the transfer :-)
I just re-checked my genealogy and discovered that David Fisk Knowles is the brother, not the father of my great great grandfather, Robert Lindley Knowles. Sorry to bother you...and your memorial is lovely, so don't transfer it to me after all...
Thanks and many apologies!
|Virginia Combs||David Fisk Knowles|
Greetings! Are you a member of the Knowles family by any chance? David Fisk Knowles is my great-great-great grandfather. I am looking for information on his son, Robert Lindley Knowles b June 6, 1802 who married Phebe Austin. If you have any information on where he is buried, could you please contact me?
If you are not a member of the Knowles family, would it be possible for you to transfer this memorial to me? I am trying to tie together all the branches of my family tree so that my children and grandchildren will know where their roots are!
Thanks in advance,
|(SMA) Shirley M. Burke Avera||RE: Nathan Hoag # 28847969|
Thank you. What a shame about the tree, but at least you have a great photo of it.
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