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|Nancy Ann Mull Buchanan (#47089671)|
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Hi Nancy, this is sleep deprived Debbie #47064451 who just messaged you about the hurricane.
|Anonymous||Change of photo order for Thomas Vogelmeier|
I think I got the order of the memorial changed, as you requested. Please pray for this Licking county, Ohio transplant during Irma disaster. My hubby and i are hunkered down at my hospital in Ft. Myers. We hope our house is standing and not flooded when we get to return home. They expect the worst of the storm to begin this afternoon.
|Brenda Savercool||Alexander and Susan Walker|
You have added Alexander Walker #137229351 and his wife Susan #137229355 to Brushy Fork Cemetery three years ago. I imagine this is a long shot but would there be any way that you know for sure that they are buried there? Perhaps a copy of the burial plots or something of that nature? There's no picture of their headstones so I had put in a request as these are my gggg-grandparents. The gentleman who tried to fill the request had said that he walked the entire cemetery but had no luck. Thank you for any clue that you might be able to provide.
|Sylvia Hertel||RE: William Alexander Forester, #68203137|
|Sylvia Hertel||William Alexander Forester, #68203137|
I noticed that there are two headstones for William, but neither photo shows any evidence of the other being nearby. Could you explain the two headstones? I have run into families who have William living in California also, and I'm sure this is ioncorrect for my William Alexander forester.
Sylvia M. Hertel
|Morrisa Humbert||Cynthia Sailor|
Am researching for purpose of joining the DAR.
My problem is connecting Cynthia to Samuel Sailor her father. He married in 1810. I can't really read the tome stone on find a Grave. She would have to
been born after that. Just wondering if you would know exactly what her stone says. Thanks.
|Anna Herrera||Questions as to how find a grave works|
Nancy not sure if you remember me as you do not have to but I have a question to ask you if you don't mind. You have been very helpful to me in the past with finding several of my family burial plots and also the taking of pictures. One of my questions is. Earlier this year in Jan I entered a memorial on find a grave. It was for Elmer Lloyd Mercer. His memorial # is 175019163. He is husband to my 2nd cousin. I think I made the mistake of as soon as I entered him I requested a photo and I think that request was too soon to ask. Do you know how to remove that request so maybe I can enter again? He is buried at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Licking, Ohio. My other question is I entered about 5 family with the wife on find a grave. The cemetery for this family is in CA. Strange about this family is that they went through a name change. I have not heard from ancestry.com if they received my entry into find a grave. I think that maybe it has something to do with the names. I did not know they changed there surname until about 4 or 5 years ago. As far as I can tell the change may not have been done legally or in a court but do not know. Would you be able to help me or do you know who to contact with find a grave if I need to ask more about this family. I hope I am not confusing you. Thank you, Anna
Have you seen any references for a Richard Birmingham in your work with the Pennsylvania/Newark Birminghamís.
I have researching the Birmingham Family. My reason to write you is your management of the Find A Grave website for the Pennsylvania/Newark Birminghamís. I was hoping you might have some information that could connect the Birmingham from Newark, Ohio to my ancestors Richard and Mary Ellen Mulcahy Birmingham from Portsmouth, Ohio. They settled in Portsmouth in about 1868, probably because Mary Ellenís brother Patrick was already living there. Since other of my ancestors are from Newark, including my grandfather Charles Dase, I thought there might be a connection. Possibly even that Thomas Birmingham ((1840-1921) Find A Grave Memorial # 34278122) was Richardís brother. I have not been able to find any records of where in Ireland Richard and Mary Ellen came from.
Added by dcd on May 15, 2017 12:40 PM
|Bear & Willow||RE: Gustave Ulman|
I am here at Greenwood. Whenever you need me, just call. I am not able to get out every day to take pictures, but I will be happy to help in any way I can.
|Bear & Willow||RE: Gustave Ulman|
I try. . . .please let me know of any updates or questions on Greenwood and Woodlawn Cemeteries in Zanesville OH. I am the secretary there and I try to make sure that interments are in the computer with their locations. Sometimes I'm successful and other times, I'm not. :) I think that's just the way it goes. Thank goodness that all of the findagrave volunteers I know are easy to work with and willing to help.
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