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Hobbies include genealogy. One of my Virtual Cemeteries has direct ancestors — if you share the same ancestors, I'm willing to share information about them. You're free to download my photos for personal use, but if you publish them in a book or online, please credit me and let me know so I can maintain bragging rights.|
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|Lowell Dahlgren||Vera Roberts (64219130)|
could you transfer this to me? I'm 47120575 (Lowell Dahlgren)
|Sly||RE: Richard Sturges photo|
You're very welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by Sly on Apr 01, 2017 3:41 PM
|Ken Davis||PFC James Alfred Walker, Jr|
Find A Grave Memorial# 33706076
I've added your marker photo to document place of burial in his record in the Coffelt Database of Vietnam casualties at http://www.CoffeltDatabase.org.
Thank you for helping us to remember him properly ...
Member, The Coffelt Group
|Cameron R. Courtnage||Ollie Whelpton #38439971|
Although Alvina Lily WHELPTON's headstone gives the birthdate as 1897, her delayed birth registration #901958 of 1925 gives her birthdate as November 1, 1896. She is the daughter of Hugh Thompson MONTGOMERY and Margaret Lilly BLAIR.
|CAS56||FAG #145034165 W G Clough|
I’m wondering if you have any additional information on this. Specifically, regarding Waynal/Wm G Clough/Cluff. I have his father, Frederic and his first wife Martha Goodwin living in the 1850 US Census in Lyman, York, Maine with children Laura & George both born b. 1850. Martha dies in 1858. It appears that Frederic remarries Almira Blake Sanborn after Martha’s death. Frederic and Almira are seen with children from his previous marriage (Laura, George & Leona) as well as a child seen as William G Cluff Clough in the 1860 Census in Waterboro, Maine. So my point is if Martha Goodwin, Frederic’s first wife, didn’t die until 1858 then Waynal Greenleaf Cluff/Clough (aka Wm G in 1860 Census) couldn’t be Almira Blake Sanborn’s son …. Everything else lines up. .
So it seems there are a couple of things possibly at play here:
1) There were two Frederic Cluff/Clough families living in Lyman, York, Maine in the 1850s – one married to Martha Goodwin and one married to Almira Blake Sanborn.
2) The Wm Cluff/Clough son of Frederic Clough and Almira Clough living in Waterboro in the 1860s is NOT the same Wm Cluff/Clough living w/Frederic and Martha in Lyman in the 1850s
3) The Wm Cluff/Clough in the 1850 Lyman, ME and 1860 Waterboro, ME US Census living with father Frederic is not Waynal Greenleaf Cluff/Clough
4) Everyone that has Waynal Greenleaf Cluff/Clough the son of Frederic Cluff/Clough and Almira Sanborn is wrong
5) My information on this lineage is completely wrong.
Added by CAS56 on Jul 13, 2016 11:51 AM
|MikeR||RE: James Redecker|
My FLHP has been civilianized with a 2-up seat. Still comfortable though. I don't yet have the ability to be quite as adventurous and well traveled as you but I hope to be someday.
Added by MikeR on May 16, 2016 11:06 AM
|MikeR||RE: James Redecker|
It sure is a small world. We should ride together sometime! I've got an 03 FLHP. I should be up around the lake later this summer.
Added by MikeR on May 16, 2016 8:40 AM
I was doing some family research and noticed that there were some very, very nice photographs attached to my grandfather's entry here. Thank you so much for taking such nice photographs and uploading them here.
My grandfather is James A Redecker, Fairview Memorial Park, Madison, Ohio
Added by MikeR on May 14, 2016 8:05 PM
|Cathy Case Muntz||RE: Carol Toadvine|
Thanks for the explanation on linking Carol Toadvine to her parents. I will go to the Oddville Cemetery to look for Marion and Mildred Toadvine. With Marion's daughter and parents there, I have a feeling they might be, too. The cemetery is about three miles from my home.
|Keith K||RE: Bloomfield Photo Request|
Hell0 - I visited Lot 300 but could not find a headstone for Ida Butler. That lot includes headstones for her immediate family, which I see from Find-a-grave that you've photographed before. If she is buried there, unfortunately there is no marker.
Added by Keith K on Aug 13, 2015 10:19 AM
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