|Maureen Wilkinson (#46783180)|
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I have been researching my family's history for thirty seven years and hope that by posting the graves of family members here I am helping to leave a legacy for the future generations of our family. All of my research honors my father Jackson Gibson Wilkinson who started me on this quest to learn about our family. As he was suffering with cancer in 1975 , we together began to write down his memories of family stories, events and people. I promised him that I would continue to research until I could write a definitive family history. I hope that my beloved younger cousins Tommy & Maureen, Andy& Christeen, Christine, Cheryl & Bob, Karen Anne & Anthony, Jerry and Lisa, Rob and Mary, Scott and Michelle, Kim and David, Christopher, Rebecca and their wonderful children Delaney, Riley, Tommy, Emily, Abigail, Ryan, Anthony, Mia Rose, Erin Theresa, Dylan Andrew,Little Jerry, Ronnie , Henry and Adleigh will keep up this work when I am gone!|
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|Cory (CSC)||Thank you!|
Thanks Maureen for the edits!
|DPC History Committee||Doylestown Presbyterian Church Graves|
My name is Holly Mullin and I am the graveyard specialist on the Doylestown Presbyterian Church History Committee. We are in the process of photographing headstones and updating information for all of the persons interred in our graveyard, as well as preserving the headstones as much as we can.
Thank you for the work you have done to manage the seven graves in our churchyard - and for the other information information you added. I also see that you added an image of our church (just curious, where did you get this?)
Would you be willing to transfer the seven graves to our committee? The advantage would be less edit requests to you, and also perpetual management, as ours is a standing committee at DPC. There will always be someone in the future to manage the graves. We just had a large group of graves transferred by Tom Myers and he remains being credited for the original entry - if that is a concern to you.
If you choose not to transfer, then I would ask that you please identify us as the successors should you become incapacitated. Am happy to chat on phone, or meet in person to explain what we are trying to do.
Thanks for considering this request & with sincere thanks, Holly Mullin
(Howard Buck, Samuel Gilkeson, Constant Kirkland, Elizabeth R. Mann, C Henry Messer, Frances Messer, Dr. James Rich)
|Misty Claywell||Memorial # 11694808|
I am hoping you would consider a transfer of William Walizer to me to maintain. I am his great great great niece and I would love to be able to take care of his memorial if you are so inclined. Thank you!
Hi. Thanks for all you have added to findagrave. I have a question about the memorial you created (11542717) for our common ancestor, Jeremy Adams at the old burying ground in Hartford. Could you help me understand whether he is actually buried there? Is there a marker? Is the obelisk with the Hartford founders in the old burying ground Cemetery? I would appreciate any information you could share. Thanks again. Greenie
Added by Greenie on Oct 28, 2015 8:13 PM
|Lisa Lovett||Theo Barrett Wilkinson|
I noticed that you had had left virtual flowers on my 2x great grandmother's virtual grave. Her maiden name was Theodosia Barrett. She was born in Dublin, Ireland in Apr 1840. She immigrated to the USA in Apr. 1866. She married my 2x great grandfather, Daniel S. Wilkinson on 26 Oct. 1867. His mother was named Julia. I haven't found her maiden name. I have more information. I was wondering if you know if you are related to my 2x great grandmother and my 2x great grandfather. If so, how? Thank you, Lisa Lovett email@example.com
|ellechelle||Mount Pleasant United Methodist Cemetery|
i saw that you took a photo of the entire cemetery of Mount Pleasant United Methodist Cemetery located in pleasantville, nj. do you know the actual physical location (address)?
I am wondering if you know if you are related to Elizabeth Wilkinson Richards? (1860-1931) She is my great-great grandmother and I don't have any information on this side of the family. I tracked her parents to: Robert (1824-1902) & Ann Wilkinson (1823-1909). Thank you!
Added by mousemml on Jun 12, 2015 10:00 PM
|Donna Luzzi||Shields family|
Are you related to this family? I have Grace Shields who was married to Wm. Frame in my tree
|Stacey Ingerson||Jane Bonner|
There is a lot of info on the site for Jane G Bonner (Ohara), did you input it? If so, are you related to her? I am her granddaughter and am the family historian (trying to be anyway) and am curious how you got so much info on her.
Thanks so much!
|Joe Colby||Baby Wilkinson, Hampton Nation Cemetery|
I saw that you had posted flowers for the Baby Wilkinson. Just wanted you to know there were two children buried in that plot and I have added the second one, Bernard Matthew. I have also added headstone pictures for each of them.
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