|Rebecca Johnson||Charles S Johnson|
Just found this site looking for family info. Not so sure how much is correct however as other than Albert Warren Johnson (who was my grandfather) I do not recognize any of the children as noted for Charles and Fannie Johnson. My records show Phobe, Frank, Carrie and a Hattie (who was married to a Streeter, not a Sherman). Charles stone notes he died in 1836 which is what I have and same year of death and marriage info. Am just baffled by the offspring as noted. Was just inquiring where you obtained your information.
|Patricia Ibbotson||Mabel Snow|
Please cite your source for the date and place of death. Thanks.
|Guy Earl Cleveland||Tracy Cleveland|
I believe that your note for this person has some incorrect information. He is descended from a Moses Cleveland, but it could not be the founder Moses Cleveland who is honored by having Cleveland, Ohio named after him. That Moses lived from 1754 to 1806 and could not be Tracy Cleveland's great great grandfather, since Tracy Cleveland lived from 1751-1836. The Moses Cleveland that IS his great great grandfather came to the new world about 1635 and is the common ancestor of almost all of the Cleveland's in America, including Tracy Cleveland, Moses Cleveland of Cleveland, Ohio notoriety, President Stephen Grover Cleveland, and many others. Thanks for your attention to this- Guy Earl Cleveland
|Jacqui Server-Garcia||Isaac Johnson|
Hi first I just want to say thank you for your Find A Grave photos as I can not go to see them in person and you have given a great gift to many. I would also like to ask your permission to use the photo of Isaac Johnson 1761-1832 in my family tree as I do not have a photo of him.
Thank you for your time and a job well done
|JLA||Hannah Hills Loomis Wilson|
Dear Mr Whiting,
I have concluded that Hannah Wilson, memorial # 120602926, and Hannah Hills Loomis, memorial # 73140797, are likely the same person. The picture of the stone for the latter references that she was the third wife of Amos Wilson, as well as the widow of Aaron Loomis, Jr. I'm not sure how to consolidate memorials, but I thought you might like to know. Regards, Justin Ankerman (I'm a descendent of Amos' brother Noah, and that is how I discovered this - from looking at Noah's information).
Added by JLA on Aug 06, 2015 2:54 PM
Thank you for all your hard work. One more leaf for me also. I would like to ask permission to copy your photograph of my great grandpa to my ancestry? Again, Thank You so much. It's sincerely appreciated.
Added by Kathleen on Apr 03, 2015 3:16 PM
|Sue Downhill||Elmer in Vernon, Vt cemetery|
Hi Lawrence, thank you for creating the Vernon memorials.
Here's additional info on Levi Elmer from the published genealogy. As you can see, there are many children not yet linked. Hope this helps someone link them up! If you prefer, you may transfer to my care. PhotoGrapherInTheWoods 4734006
Find A Grave Memorial# 76892515
165. Levi Elmer, (Reuben 5, Jacob 4, Hezekiah 3, Edward 2, Edward 1) born Aug. 21, 1784 [Sic 1781]; married March, 1810, Clarissa Sylvester. He died Jan 1, [sic 21] 1840.
Children, Seventh Generation.
I. Ansel, b Jul 15, 1811; d Mar 12, 1813. 317
II. Reuben, b Feb 12, 1814; d Apr 14, 1877.+ 318
III. Edmund S., b Mar 22, 1816. 319
IV. Chester W., b Jul 25, 1818; d Jun 10, 1877. 320
V. Dolly F., b Feb 1821; m. Phillip Barrett. 321
VI. Ralph A., b Feb 29, 1824. 322
VII. Fanny A., b Apr 4, 1826. 323
VIII. Dwight W., b Nov 9, 1828; d Jan 21, 1875. 324
IX. Lorenzo D., b Dec 26, 1831. 325
X. Mary M., b Apr 29, 1834; d Oct 31, 1865. 326
Source: "Elmer-Elmore Genealogy" by Rev. William W. Johnson, 1899. page 23.
Thank you for your contributions to find a grave, you've helped me with one more leaf on the family tree.
|Steven Smith||Loomis corrections|
Thank you for the information about the Loomises buried in Torrington - I've made the changes you suggested.
|Stanley Shepard||removed Olive|
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