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|MarshalLaw05||George W Elliott Sr|
Memorial # 99496803 is for George Washington Elliott. This person was featured on the TV show "Who Do You Think You Are" season 9 episode 8. According to the show, George W Elliott fought in the Civil War in the Battle of Antietam and in Gettysburg. He and his wife Eliza had 17 children. George W Elliott was son of an indentured survent father and a slave mother. George W and Eliza Elliott are also claimed to be directly related to Steven Tyler of the band Aerosmith.
|robert vencill||Harriet Gilbert Brooks|
New York USA
Postal Code: 12204
Phone: (518) 463-7017
Harriet sold Alice L. (Gilbert) VanArnum, her niece, the cemetery plots for her and her husband in the same cemetery
She (Harriet) is buried at, Menands.
Many thanks for the photos of my relatives' gravestones. Much appreciated.
|Jim Croll||William & Angeline Tilley|
Alice - Thanks for adding the great pics of William and Angeline Tilley's gravestone. The way the sun was I couldn't get a good picture and we never got back to take another. According to cemetery records their daughter Laura O. Tilley is buried next to her sister Hannah but the stone was never engraved. Thanks, Jim Croll
|Dave Peck||Walter and Frances Mott|
They were sideways. I contacted Kristin - we will see if they get corrected. Thanks,
|Lisa Dottl||RE: August Jungclaus|
Alice Yes I do. He was actually baptized Peter August Jungclaus. Born 28 October 1841 and Baptized 7 November 1841 in Belum. His parents are Barthold Jungclaus 1803-1847 and Anna Sophie Öllrich 1804-1847. His Godparents: Peter Jungclaus, Nicolaus Heinsohn and Anna von der Lieth. His siblings are: Anna Jungclaus 1833–?, Elisa Jungclaus 1834–?, Johann Jürgen Jungclaus 1837–?, Tönnjes Heinrich Jungclaus 1839–?, Margarethe Jungclaus 1844–?. His parents died of TB about 4 months apart in Belum and his siblings are all baptized in Belum as well. I also have his grandparents Johann Jürgen Jungclaus and Anna König
and Tönjes Öllrich and Elisabeth Beckmanns. I
am working on his Aunts and Uncles. Still no parents on Marie yet. Lisa
|Steve Stephenson||Thank you for info for ...|
Irving M Mabb: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=79560990
Reving? ;-) But I wonder if that wasn't a reversing of the e and r and should have been Erving.
|Alexandra||Isabella Foster Lee|
I got your message about Isabella. I see that the other memorial was added before the one I added. Isabella is obviously a child, so I assume her last name is Lee, not Foster. Foster must be a nod to a grandparent....
Have you contacted Tara about her memorial?
I don't want to inundate Tara if you already have done so. Have you got more information from a death certificate, by chance? I did make assumptions by don't want to make an ass of myself.
|Brian Nopper||RE: Fisch family|
I am the great grandson of
Maria Teresa [Fisch] Miller. One of her cousins, Catherine Schmieder Garvey [Fisch Line] provided me with access to a treasure trove of family portraits and pictures just before she passed away a couple of years ago. I am just getting around to making sure that they are not lost to history or their descendants, family and friends..
Thank you for setting up the Findagrave pages that I was able to link them back together with.
Thank you for the adds!
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