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The grave marker you have listed in the Norton Center Summit County Ohio Cemetery as William Blakely but the marker says Jotham Blakely. Jotham is also listed in the 1820 census.
Added by JJ on Apr 27, 2017 5:50 PM
The grave marker you have listed is William Blakely but the marker says Jotham Blakely. He is also listed in the 1820 census.
Added by JJ on Apr 27, 2017 5:47 PM
|Ginger (Derksen) Westberg||Marjorie Louise Eyler Memorial, Lee Co., Iowa|
I'll repeat my request from 3/31/17. Thanks.
Dear HistorySeeker: Little Marjorie's nephew, Dave Lowenberg, contacted me regarding the following errors on her memorial, after he recogznied my name on his father's Find A Grave memorial. . As one of the last memebers of his family he would like to get it straightened out. THey had been to Des Moines to get a copy of her death certificate and found out about Find a Grave, and found this error when they looked her up. Due to the position of her grave it would appear that she was an Eyler, but in fact,.....
1. Her last name is Lowenberg. I will contact Solomon Alexander to get the Eyler tombstone portion removed from her memorial.
2. She was stillborn in Lee County, Iowa, so her date of birth and location could be added.
3. Her date of death location could be added, i.e. Lee County, Iowa
|Jason Peck||Wayne Peck|
Hello, thank you for creating this memorial. As a grandchild, I would love to have ownership of this memorial. Please consider my request.
Find A Grave Memorial# 24062671
|Bill||Moses Vail (my 7th GGF)|
If you have Phebe Platt being born in 1685, and her children born in the following years:
744.1. John Vail (1718 NY - ~1815 NY)
744.2. Joseph Vail (1719 NY - 1798 NY)
744.3. Moses Vail (1721 NY - 1788)
744.4. Mary Vail (1725 NY - 1802 Can)
744.5. Israel Vail (1728 NY - 1796 NY)
744.6. Micah Vail (1730 NY - 1777 VT)
744.7. Platt Vail (1732 NY - 1810 NY)
744.8. Phebe Vail (1735 NY - )
744.9. Isaac Vail  (1742 NY - 1801 NY)
You will see that Phebe was 57 YO when Isaac was born. That is not possible.
I have a date of 27 Aug 1705 for Phebe's birth, which would make her 37 YO when Isaac was born. That is possible. And yes, that makes her 13 when she gave birth to John, though not common, is possible. Other birth dates are 1701 and 1700.
Added by Bill on Apr 13, 2017 10:24 AM
|Madonna Wallace||RE: John Wallace biography #40667010|
I am sorry, I must not of clicked on the link of the message from findagrave. You asked how I was related to John Wesley Wallace. He would be my husband's 2nd great grandfather.
|William Schuette||Wrong church photo|
The photo of a church on the "Westfield Cemetery" page, is of the Westfield Methodist church, and is not associated with the Westfield Cemetery. The Westfield cemetery is a township cemetery and is also known as the American Cemetery, and the Loganville Cemetery. If you could delete the photo, it might create less confusion for researchers.
|Susan (Hagemeyer) Harrison||John McKee in Stonermouth Cem, Bourbon Co, KY|
Hi! You added a memorial for my 4x great grandfather John McKee, buried in the Old Stonermouth Presbyterian Cemetery in Bourbon County, Kentucky, Find A Grave # 25386334.
I made a photo request for this grave, and someone posted this month (Mar 2017) saying they could not find the stone at all. Perhaps it finished crumbling between your visit in 2008 and 2017.
You noted on the memorial, "His stone is crumbling." Do you have any record of where in the cemetery that stone was? I don't suppose you took a photo or made other notes about it, did you? Thanks!
|Mary Bishop||RE: Sarah Ewalt|
Yes two years ago but heard from no one,
|Stephanie||You connected the dots for me|
I have recently been trying to figure out a missing generation on my mother's side who originated in Chatteris, England. Your list of additional children born to John and Martha (Failes) Godfrey did it. Their son, George (one of the 11 children ... I only had five names) was the link. I have a document detailing this side of the family's voyage from England, originally written/narrated by George's uncle (Joseph Godfrey) which describes how all of the children but one came to America from Chatteris. Many thanks! Stephanie
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