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|Gwenda Elin Gustafson Malnati||Wrong Richrath husband for Lillie Charlotte Smith Richrath Faehrmann|
The first husband of Lillie Charlotte Smith Faehrmann was not Julius J. Richrath, it was his brother Theodore Richrath. If you check census records for Brooklyn, NY you will see that Julius was always single. You will also see Lillie married to Theodore with a son named for his brother. The son was Julius J. Richrath 1890-1964.
|Brenda Hathaway||Alexander Edwards 1620-1690|
Can I ask what source you used to put down the information that Alexander was born in Wales? We can find no sources on that and have other sources that say he was born in London, England. Sure would like to get this resolved.
Thank you so much for your help.
I've come across and article written in 1958 by a man who explored this cemetery and transcribed some stones he uncovered. There's at least one name, and some details, not on Find A Grave. Would you like a copy of the article? If so, please send a message to me and I'll see that you get the info.
Added by Laurel on Sep 02, 2016 11:37 PM
|dbelle||David Blakely #77216869|
David Blakely is my g-g-grandfather. I'm relatively new to Find a Grave and had never done a memorial for him. I was so pleased to find that you had done so. I would like to have this memorial transferred to me for management. I'd like to add a bio. My find a grave user name is dbelle. I have great admiration for you younger people who have the kind of energy it takes to do many, many memorials. Donna
Added by dbelle on Aug 25, 2016 10:29 AM
Thank you for the edit on Harold Donaldson. I was in the cemetery recently to grab a few photo requests and noticed some Donaldsons that didn't have a memorials. I also added Erma and Ethel all at Heavenly Rest. I would love to transfer all to you if you are interested.
Added by RAP on Aug 15, 2016 9:24 AM
|RAP||RE: Hannah Buzzard|
That was quick....thanks
Added by RAP on Aug 15, 2016 6:02 AM
|Green Jewell||Richard Belding|
Sorry I wrote the wrong thing....his mother Elizabeth Foote Belden was killed by Indians...don't think he was.
|Green Jewell||#41042885 Richard Belding|
This boy was the son of Daniel Belden/Belding and #51701640 and Elizabeth Foote Belden/Belding #75877234...Not Samuel and Mary as you have listed. He and his mother Elizabeth were killed by Indians.
|Marvin Reed||Margaret and Archie Griffin|
I believe that Margaret's maiden name was Thombs, not Thomas. There's a NC death certificate for Margerette Elizabeth Griffin, who died 7/8/1929 in Union Co. NC. Her father's name looks more like Thombs on the cert.
The confusion might be because Margaret and Archie had a daughter who married a Thomas. Ada Lou Griffin married Jonah W. Thomas. See Find A Grave Memorial# 49431987
|NancyM||Thank you for the hyperlink text input|
Thank you so much for the instructions to insert a hyperlink within a memorial text. I tried it on both memorials for my late uncle Harlow Blessing. Now both memorials are cross referenced to each other. Although he has 2 memorial stones in different cemeteries, he was actually buried near the military hospital in Key West, FL, during the Civil War.
Added by NancyM on Jul 24, 2016 3:11 PM
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