|Geo Clinton (#46936067)|
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I am always happy to add additional information, create links, or make corrections to the memorials i have entered. I will try to do this as soon as possible. Please use the edit tab when sending the information. |
If I make a mistake on a memorial, it's just that--a mistake. If you find a mistake, I'll do my very best to get it corrected.
You have permission to use of my gravestone photos. All I ask is that I be given credit for taking the photo.
An explanation for some of the causes of death:
Bright's Disease - Any of several forms of disease of the kidney attended with albumin in the urine, including especially acute and chronic nonsuppurative nephritis.
Catarrh of Brain/ Catarrh of Head/ Catarrh of Stomach/ Catarrh on the Breast/ Catarrk Pneumonia) - An inflammatory affection of any mucous membrane, in which there are congestion, swelling, and an alteration in the quantity and quality of mucous secreted. In America, especially, a chronic inflammation of, and hypersecretion from the membranes of nose or air passages. Also an acute influenza, resulting from a cold and attended with cough, thirst, lassitude and watery eyes; also, the cold itself. Catarrh Pneumonia is an inflammation of the lung tissue associated with catarrh and with marked evidences of inflammation of the bronchial membranes - often chronic.
Consumption - A progressive wasting away of the body, especially that attended upon pulmonary phthisis, called pulmonary consumption; hence pulmonary phthisis or tuberculosis
Diphtheria is a deadly disease prevalent in the 1920's and earlier. It is a serious bacterial infection. The toxin accumulates in the nasal passages and is spread by coughing and sneezing.
Grippe - The influenza or epidemic catarrh
Scarlet fever is a childhood disease. It is a bacterial infection caused by specific bacteria and found in about 10 percent of persons with strep throat. Symptoms include high fever, a strawberry like tongue, and body rash. It can be prevented by habits of cleanliness - like hand washing.
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|Paul Rolfe||Tabitha Linn Gotter|
I am very happy with your photos so please do not think me ungrateful; but, I will request it again if you are going that way. I would have been very disappointed if I had driven from Pott. County to get the same view, but not as good of a photo, as you did. Here in town, I face the same sun direction obstacles as you did but also our local cemeteries are on forested hillsides so I have to resolve lots of shadow problems as well. In the fall, leaves cover the ground level markers (three of our cemeteries require ground level markers) and of course snow in the winter - like today! Thank you again. Paul
|Paul Rolfe||Tabitha Linn Gotter|
Thank you for the great photos of the marker for Tabitha. She is a sister of my great grandfather.
|Rebecca Dodds||RE: Robert Dodds|
Thanks Georgea, I can't figure out how you can so quickly (and pleasantly) respond to my edit requests- with so many memorials managed. You amaze me, and I thank you for all youhave done here. Rebecca
|ScottishPiper||RE: ENOCH KENYON MAXSON|
Thanks for the compliment . You deserve praise for doing a fine job utilizing Find A Grave in creating memorials. There are infinite numbers of deceased individuals / ancestors it will take thousands of dedicated people to walk the paths to find them. Your contribution is appreciated as same applies to many other generous supporters. -- According to the Ancestry.com family tree relationship profiler - Enoch K. Maxson was my 5th Great Uncle. - The information or his short family biography came from a book " Elder John Crandall and His Descendants " by John Cortland Crandall published 1949 New Woodstock, New York. - There are sections in the book that may interest people who enjoy history. Also photo's of homes, places, and people. Most of it pertains to the New England states dating back to the mid 1600's focusing on Rhode Island.
|P Brock||RE: Causby|
Most welcome! I am slowly going through section 15 finding many hidden headstones under,thru trees and buried headstones in dirt.
I imagine this is the norm as gravity wins. :)
Added by P Brock on Feb 12, 2017 10:03 PM
|Michael Boehde||RE: Aschbrenner|
Not at all, thank you for correcting this so quickly! It can be very confusing especially if both spouses share a first name with the same or in this case a slightly different spelling. The 2nd Frieda Aschbrenner was a 2nd cousin to my mother who was also born a Mohr.
|Ancestor Hunter||RE: Memorial# 129271775 Blanche Crose|
Thank you for your help. I'm very confused by this branch and there's nobody left to ask! Cynthia
|Ancestor Hunter||Memorial# 129271775 Blanche Crose|
Hi, My records show different parents for Blanche. I've attached a death certificate to here memorial for your info and please let me know if you want me to delete it after you've looked/copied it. Her daughter Lucille also shows on Lucille's marriage certificate to Kraft her mother's maiden name as Osgood. Confused, to say the least. Thanks, Cynthia
|jane austin||RE: Agnes West|
I use a prominent HTML link and that will have to do. Find A Grave really doesn't have a plan for these memorials. :/
Thanks for the kind words. Starting in BV as soon as I can tolerate the weather. All hands, feet, cameras and typists welcome! Hope to catch you out there!
All of O'Brien is done and that makes working the site so much easier day by day. ;)
|Rebecca Dodds||Julia Hungerford Swisher #73176408|
(Sorry-I forgot to leave you her memorial #).
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