|Deb Merrick (#47140658)|
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If I have a memorial you would like for me to transfer ownership, please leave me a message stating your relationship to the deceased AND please use the Edit button for transfer requests (or for suggesting corrections). I will transfer in accordance with the guidelines of F.A.G. protocol. If you are unfamiliar with the protocol, please look it up on Frequently Asked Questions. |
If you do not use the above format, I cannot tell what your relationship is to the deceased (grave) to consider a transfer according to Find-a-Grave Transfers.
Also, please include your member number in any request for transfer... if you do not include your member number, there is no way to make the transfer :-)
I always welcome receiving family members and will care for them with a happy heart...
Happy Hunting, picture taking and volunteering...
every little bit helps!!!
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|Thomas Todd||Thomas Todd Family|
The entire immigrant family of Thomas Todd (1787-1871) was born in Bulmer, Yorkshire, England including his wife Susannah Midgley. Their son John Todd was born in Madrid, NY in 1830 after they had immigrated. None of them were born in Scotland. The 1785 birth date you have for Thomas Todd Sr. Is likely one for a Thomas Todd born in Coalburns, Northumberland, England in 1785. This has been erroneously reported in many family trees. I'm descended from this family through one of Thomas and Susannah's grandchildren, William Todd (1851-1893) who is buried in the Bridge Cemetery in Canton along with his wife, Pamelia Gillett (1852-1921). Their son George Todd (1887-1966) was my grandfather.
Thomas Todd, Saline, MI
|Rich Kreiss||Della vs Dellie Feese|
Deb - I can't tell you anything about these names. I agree that it is highly unusual two children would be named the same (except in the George Foreman family - lol - he gave all of his kids the same name). In any event, I'm not related to the family nor have any background on them. I simply copy the info I find on the death record and have no idea whether it is right or wrong. However, I do believe that someone died on that date and perhaps the names became confused to the person who created the certificate.
|Joe & Linda (Ashley) Conroy||RE: Arenson, Malke|
You are most welcome! The entirety of the cemetery was photographed yesterday and is being uploaded as time permits. More Arenson's included. Stay tuned! :)
|Brian Hitchcock||RE: Denotra Brown|
You're Welcome. Thank you for the kind words.
|PShannon||William G. W.Dunn|
Thanks for the correction on middle initials. I zoomed in and can clearly see that there is a G instead of a C.
Thanks so much,
Added by PShannon on Oct 24, 2016 4:43 PM
|Gloria Short||RE: Mandy Green|
No problem. I was up there doing another one also. It is always worth a long shot to find another ancestor.
|Gloria Short||Mandy Green|
How sure are you that the 1911 is her date of death? I tried to fulfill your photo request and walked the whole cemetery. I did not find a Mandy Green. The only Green I found was a Lorine Marie Green b. Mar 11, 1911, d. Aug 24, 1999. Her stone was with a Janes Neiland Green b. 2-22-1932, d. 4-24-1996. There was also a James Neiland Green 1907-1976 above these. I don't know if these are any you are looking for or not. This is my first attempt at fulfilling a photo requeset.
|Fred Grunwald||RE: thomas hershey|
You are most welcome. Also posted several more Hershey memorials, all in the vicinity of Thomas's grave. Fred
I have better resources for Antwerp Cemeteries.
Added by 47305175 on May 19, 2016 1:14 PM
|Steve Rice||John Titzel Baker|
Hi, Deb - Thanks for your suggestion. Must be a different John Titzel Baker. I have the original family record documents, and just revisited their monuments in Markelsville. Our JTB's father was Peter Baker, Jr and grandfather was Peter Baker, Sr. Lots of Bakers and Titzels in that area, several intermarried. Maybe your referenced JTB is an uncle or something? Interesting. Thanks again. Steve
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