|Linda Coe (#47646153)|
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|I have been interested in family history research since my teens.|
Please feel free to make copies of any pictures I have taken. You are welcome to post them on any other site you wish; ie: on ancestry.com or family trees, etc.
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|Jennie Fountain||Minnie Follet|
Minnie's grave is literally all alone with like 4 or 5 spots open to either side, behind her is a distance before any other graves as well as in front...she's kinda all alone. The names you listed as her children are not found, and as you indicated I didnt locate a stone for the husband either...I did take a far away pic if you would like to see it shoot me a msg
|Jennie Fountain||Maryette Dorn|
Hi Linda!! I went to the Skinner Cemetery today...Maryette is buried between her husband Howard A. Dorn and a stone that says Memory of Howard Lloyd Dorn Died in 1989 in Paraguay S.America...there are many Dorns here encircling the larger family stone...I have all the names if you need them :) PS still waiting to hear back on Alexander Flick's stone marker...I sent it to Quantico a bit ago, hopefully its in soon :)
|Debbie Wilson||Wilson Family|
Hello Linda my husband is David Scott Wilson; son of Carl Eugene Wilson, Sr, from Macon Georgia..I noticed you mentioned your grandmother so I thought you and my husband may be related. He was estranged from Carl for most of his life and we were wondering if you might know of a photo of Carl Eugene Wilson, Sr. We are researching our family histories and have found your info incredible, as he knows very little about his family. please email me if you have any luck finding a picture of Carl. my email is email@example.com or my husband's is firstname.lastname@example.org...Thank you and hope to hear back
|K A Bassett||Rose Hill Cemetery|
Hey Linda! I saw that you have several photo requests for Rose Hill Cemetery. I will try to find those graves when I get back home. It is a huge cemetery so I can't promise I will be able to find them, but I certainly will try!
|K A Bassett||Annis Joyner|
In your photo request for Annis Joyner, you asked whether Annis is next to Mary Frances Bryant Joyner and who else is around. Yes, Annis is right beside Mary. On the memorial page for Annis I uploaded a picture of my attempt at drawing a diagram. Please let me know if you can't read it and I will make a better one!
|Alice ||RE: Webb/Herrick/Darling relatives|
Linda, you probably think I'm related to this group, but I'm not... So I transferred Corbett & Anna Webb Herrick to you, since you are related. If you are interested in the next generation of cousins, I'll transfer them too, if you would like, just let me know. Must admit that when I'm adding memorials, I frequently get myself off track and spend a lot of time figuring out who is who. I particularly like finding those difficult long distance links... it's just fun. Anyway, I added the rest of the Webb names found in Greenwich Cemetery, so take a look at them and see if any are of interest to you. Alice
Added by Alice on Feb 01, 2017 4:26 PM
|Alice ||Stephen Webb|
I just sent this to post on Stephen Webb's memorial. AMAZING to find such a wonderful obit from 1890! :-) Alice
Roman Citizen, Rome, N.Y. 1890
Upper Point Rock. - Jan. 26. - The remains of Stephen Webb were brought home on Thursday from Troy, where he had been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Corbet Herrick. The cause of his death was Bright's disease, with which he had been troubled for the past two or three years. The funeral was held at the residence of his son, Frank, where he usually made his home, and was largely attended. Mr. Webb was thrice married. He married his last wife about two years ago. He leaves five children, all by his first wife, two sons and three daughters: Mrs. Corbet Herrick, of Troy, Mrs. Clint Darling and Mrs. Charles Lewis, of Lewis county, Frank Webb and George Webb, also of Lewis county. The deceased came from England and was one of the first settlers, and by his hard work and honest dealing had gained a nice property and many friends, who mourn his death. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. Mr. Pierce, of Lee Center. The pall bearers were David Swancott, Thomas Collins, William Watters, James Smith, John Hitchcock and Engelbert Weistner.
Added by Alice on Jan 29, 2017 11:42 AM
|Alice ||Webb/Herrick/Darling relatives|
In case you haven't seen this newspaper article, it's available online on the Old Fulton NY Post Cards website: http://fultonhistory.com
Daily Sentinel, Rome, N.Y.,
Tuesday, July 30, 1940
Vernon - "Darling Family Holds Reunion"
Added by Alice on Jan 29, 2017 10:02 AM
|yvonne||RE: Hiler Cemetery, New Hartford, Minnesota|
Hi Linda, My contact person for Hiler Cemetery in Nodine MN is Mark Henderson 507-643-4623. If he does not have the cemetery records, he should know who does.
Added by yvonne on Jan 02, 2017 1:32 PM
|yvonne||RE: Hiler Cemetery, New Hartford, Minnesota|
Hi Linda, I will get back to you soon. Busy yet with Christmas. I am trying to find the contact person for you who should know if anyone is buried in the same plot as Sarah. Seems like there might be (Memorial Day) because a flag was placed on that grave site which mean a military person is in the same plot unless of course Sarah served in some way. When I get back to you I will let you know how to get there.
Added by yvonne on Dec 26, 2016 8:27 AM
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