|Rachel H. (#47288550)|
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I have a passion for family history and have spent quite some time looking for my ancestors. If I've created a memorial for a family member of yours, please let me know and I will happily transfer it to you.|
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|Dan Phelan||Elkton Cemetery?|
I see you have taken photos at Elkton Cemetery. Can you tell me if there is an office anywhere that has records of the cemetery, and if so, is there contact information for them anywhere?
You have entered four Lotman names (two headstones), and I am looking for a Catherine (nee Lotman) Nolan, who was buried there in March 1942. I think she is likely related to the Lotman names you entered (but I don't know how yet).
There is a good chance that because they were fairly poor, that she didn't have a headstone. I believe her husband John Nolan (d. 1945) is buried there also.
Thanks for 'listening', any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. I
|Barbara Pryor||Howard Graveley #95149793|
Please add to his bio:
Son of James Lee Graveley & Lettie Belle (Fleshman) Graveley Wickline.
|Linda J. Morris||Glen Schnepp Jester|
Rachel, I can not make my computor use the edit button to ask for a transfer so..please forgive me. I would like very much to have Glen as his mother was a Schnepp and his fathers mother was a Schnepp. I am from the Schnepp famiily and would love to add all of a bunch of info on his site. He comes from and old family with I believe 5 Rev War ancestors. Could you please consider my request. As far as I can tell, the families moved away from each other and I don't think they even know any of the history. It would be a privilidge if I could be the one.
I am working on the family stories and genealogy of a Dixon family whose ancestor is Samuel Dixon (1824-1892). He married Lydia Coblentz (10 June 1828 - 1890) on 20 Jan 1848 in Montgomery County, Ohio. Their graves are in Germantown Cemetery, Montgomery County, Ohio. Samuel's Findagrave.com Memorial is 51478742 and Lydia's is 51479171. Lydia's parents were John Phillip Coblentz Sr. and Susannah Hemp to our records.
I am hoping you can use this information to connect Lydia's grave to that of her parents or provide this information to the person who is now maintaining the John Philip Coblentz memorial 54776111 and the Susannah Hemp Coblentz memorial 51479171.
Please let me know if I can provide any additional information.
Added by Parroca on Sep 23, 2016 7:59 PM
|Jackie E Hall||Mae M Everett|
How do i find out who the caretaker is of the cemetary. My husband could not find the marker.
|Sue Hale Sheppard||Lewis Clark #94853165|
Thank you for accepting the edits to update the memorial for Lewis Clark #94853165
I would be pleased if you would go to my Bio and visit my parents' memorials by clicking on their links.
|Margiejohn||Daniel L Stanton|
Hello Rachael, I am very new at researching ancestors, but I have found Daniel(my great great uncle). Although you state that this is not one of the families you are researching, is there a tie of him to you?
|Gary W. Holmes, II. of Elkton, MD||Mary Reese Pearson|
I noticed your name on the Find-A-Grave site for Mary Reese Pearson. Did you know her or are you related? She was a dear friend of my family from church. I had hoped to one day write an article about her for the INKWELL Publication from the Cecil County Historical Society of which I am a Board of Trustee member. Any information you could be provide would be appreciated. Thank you & God Bless! Gary Holmes firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com 410-996-3044
|jhculbert||Re. Thomas Morrison Memorial|
Rachel, at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=54412296 you have Thomas' mother as Jane Deulah.
In: Biographical and Genealogical History of the state of Delaware, Vol. 1, 1889, J.M. Runk & Co., Chambersburg, PA, p. 681-682, re. Thomas Morrison, available online at https://archive.org/stream/biographicalgene01runk#page/1276/mode/2up/
Here it shows: Thomas Morrison; b. 1814, County Derry, IRE; m. Co. Down, IRE, Jane Dunlap (d. 1886); migrated to NJ aft. 1840, settled in DE in 1859; he d. 1885.
Thanks for providing these updates in your memorial with this reference.
|Randolph Mann||Arabella Sydel Mann|
Do you have Arabella's parents names?
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