|Wayne Ashley||179371195 Hattie Ashley|
Her husband is my Great Grandfather, Paul Ashley. She has no headstone but I am lead to believe she is buried in the plots with Paul's father, James Knox Polk Ashley. James K P, a child of Paul's, and K P's wife are also there. they all have stones. Hattie does not. Cemetery records show her maiden name as Wright. That's why I requested the change.
|Kathy Burr||Mott Rathbun obit|
thanks so much!!! :) k
|Wayne Ashley||FAG # 118121191|
I respectfully request transfer of this memorial to me, Wayne Ashley. This gentleman is my G-G-Grandfather. I would in turn transfer it over to the SUVCW which I am a member. I applied for and received a VA veterans plaque which I intent to have placed this summer. I am semi new to this process so any help offered or given is greatly appreciated. Feel free to e-mail me if you choose. Thank you for your time and consideration in this matter.
|Jonathan Laing||RE: Harrison and Helen Matterson|
There is an issue that I found afterwards. There are two cemeteries in Findagrave for the same location. Burlington Cemetery and Burlington Green Cemetery. I didn't notice this until after I had sent my message to you. When I looked at the maps of both cemeteries, they pointed to the same place. I sent a message to Findagrave to review these and combine them somehow. I see that they might have already fixed this. Please link Harrison to his parents Nathan W. Matterson and Sarah Bardwell from the same location on your record and I will remove my entries for Harrison and his wife.
|RobMinteer57||Ruth E Davises in Woodlawn Cemetery|
With different burial years and no birth date for the one, I think they must be two different people. I asked that the picture be removed from the one.
|Conservative Patriot||Alenson Spencer|
Obit and death cert posted
|Conservative Patriot||PVT Joseph Edward Ramsdell|
PVT Joseph Edward Ramsdell
thank you for the photograph
|Sam D Houston||Find A Grave Memorial# 93017890 Owen Lee Neathery|
Can you tell me where Owen Lee Neathery died?
So how does Charles Husted March fit it?
Brother of William R. March, original settler.
One fact about Tioga County is how late it was settled. 1820.. the place was pretty empty. The Indians had no permanent settlements there.
|Conservative Patriot||March Ambrose|
Well people so make small changes to names to drive us nuts.
Tioga County examples:
Northrop, Northrup.. same people.
Dartt, Dart, Dort... same people.
Many more example I could think of.
So Marsh, March.. who knows!!
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