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The Schaub Family
Transfer Request
Dear Sir/Ma'am,

We have taken notice of your stewardship of one or more of our family member's memorials. It would be greatly appreciated if you'd be so kind to tranfer them to our care, they are as follows:

· Johanes - 17178666
· Hannah - 17178665

If you happen to be related to the individual(s) in question, then please feel free to maintain ownership and thank you for taking care of them!

We would further appreciate your deletion of this request after it has been reviewed.

Again, thank you.
Added by The Schaub Family on Jan 26, 2017 9:30 AM
RE: Sts Delight
Thank you for the reply. Have requested the change as you suggested.
Added by Swbnid on Jan 24, 2017 5:20 AM
Betty Goins
Who are you. Why did you post to Mae McDowells obit?
Added by Betty Goins on Jan 14, 2017 6:26 PM
Margy Granger
Memorial 28803284
John E. Stewart's middle initial is actually F. John F.(Frederick) Stewart was a distinguished Confederate Civil War Soldier from NC. He married Nancy Elizabeth Crumpler. There's historical records relating to his service at, and battle unit details at
Added by Margy Granger on Nov 07, 2016 11:30 AM
Margaret Blackwelder Hart

I noticed there is no marker for this person and I wondered where her birth and death date came from? When I look at the census for David Hart in 1820 Mercer KY he looks like a widow. The only female he has in his household is aged 16-25 - the same range has his children.

Added by Sharon on Oct 28, 2016 10:03 AM
Glenn Ellis
RE: Zeno Columbus Morgan (1860-1944)
Zeno's Father was Reuben R Morgan (Birth 1831 • Iredell County, North Carolina, USA - Death Unknown) Reuben was living in 1880 • Buck Shoal, Yadkin, North Carolina, USA. Reuben fought in the Civil War, serving in Company H, North Carolina 4th Infantry Regiment (Confederacy)

Mother: Alley Shoemaker (Birth ABT. 1832 • North Carolina, USA - Death Unknown) She was living in 1880 • Buck Shoal, Yadkin, North Carolina, USA.
She was from the Shumacher /Shuemaker /Shoemaker Family.

I am looking for their graves, as they should be near my house. I already know some are buried in the Zion Baptist Church Cemetery nearby.

Zeno married a Moravian Lady and was buried with her in the Moravian Cemetery.

Thanks for catching my error.
Added by Glenn Ellis on Oct 19, 2016 5:20 PM
Glenn Ellis
RE: Zeno Columbus Morgan (1860-1944)
What did I say? I am not sure who I mentioned to you.
Yes, Zeno's parents were Rueben R Morgan and Alley Shoemaker. This is according to the DC. Also, my 4th great aunt Sarah Sallie Campbell Morgan and Barlett Morgan were living next to Reuben, a Civil War Veteran & Alley Shoemaker/Shuemaker Morgan. In the 1880's they were living in Buck Shoal, Yadkin County, NC. Zeno their son was close to his grandparents - my uncle and aunt, his grandparents.

So far, I have been unable to find graves for any of these Morgans until Zeno who married into the Moravian Family.

I am canvasing the nearby cemeteries where they lived near Union Grove and hope one day to find them.

Don't know if this helps. Sorry, if I confused things,
Added by Glenn Ellis on Oct 17, 2016 9:48 PM
Victoria Virginia Snyder Petree
You probably think I´m really stupid. I sent you an edit asking if you could add a note to Victoriaś entry to show that she was a sister to Meredith Pinxton Snyder---because I couldn´t find her parents---but they were already connected to her.

I was trying to get her brother Meredith Pinxton Snyder shown as her brother---but I´ĺl just send in an edit to connect him to the parents.

Sorry to have bothered you.

Added by SleepingDog on Aug 21, 2016 11:07 AM
Elizabeth Harris
RE: Anna Oesterlein
Thanks for the quick reply! I'll get to work on contacting the other people, so eventually you should see the links to the single Anna disappear. The other Anna, the one who married Mattheus Oesterlein, is the sister of one of my ancestors, so that's my interest in this family.

Elizabeth Harris
Added by Elizabeth Harris on Mar 28, 2016 5:04 PM
W. Warder
Henry Nelson Spottswood # 46355774

Your memorial for him states that he is in Rock Creek Cemetery, DC.

The obit said the the interment was private and I can not find him in the online interment database for Rock Creek.

His wife is buried in Fort Lincoln Cemetery. Is it possible that he is also at Fort Lincoln and not at Rock Creek?

Added by W. Warder on Mar 13, 2016 10:16 AM
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