|Paula Segrest (#47010328)|
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|I am a lifetime resident of Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas. I have been working on my family genealogy since 2002, and my husband's family since 2006. |
A lot of the photos that I upload to Find a Grave I take time to post some additional information, like the location within the cemetery, or other things that I feel might be of interest to family members who can not make the trip themselves, or that could help them locate the stones if they do make the trip. I have also started going back and adding death notices and obits to some of my pages in Brown County cemeteries as I have time. On pages that I do not manage, but have posted the headstone pictures, I have been adding the information in the comments section beneath the picture. So please click on any photo that I have uploaded and scroll down to the bottom to see if there is any additional information for you.
"The goal at Find A Grave should not be to manage all of your family members. If you have information to add, you should suggest it to the current manager and they should make the changes."
~Jim Tipton, creator of Find A Grave.
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|KUfan||RE: John Snyder|
You are welcome!
Added by KUfan on Jan 18, 2017 3:35 AM
|Zelda||RE: Daniel Allard|
Thanks, Paula! I have an idea who provided you with the original links... no problem. I get editing errors, too, and probably (maybe) even make my own mistakes on occasion. Any documentation or justification provided was just sent to support my suggestion in the absence of a citation. We're in this together, and I appreciate your help.
Added by Zelda on Dec 27, 2016 9:18 AM
|deanna french||RE: Brown Co. William Merriam Smith/ Sayrles Willey Civil War veterans|
Thank you very much for sharing. You are much appreciated!!
|deanna french||Brown Co. William Merriam Smith/ Sayrles Willey Civil War veterans|
May I use the photo's of the markers/ monuments of Sayrles Willie and William Babcock to post on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
Seth's first name was Elijah. He never used it but that was his given first name.
Added by LM on Sep 08, 2016 1:40 PM
|LM||RE: Seth Barnum|
Thank you for being so prompt with your replies and also taking care of this. I will continue to search but they passed in PA and so far I have not found the correct cemetery. Also many times the cemetery has disappeared. It is my understanding that in some states especially in the 1800's cemeteries were not protected and people could buy the land and just plow the cemetery without moving the graves. A very sad commentary on human behavior
Added by LM on Sep 07, 2016 8:43 PM
|LM||RE: Seth Barnum|
These are the children that are not listed because I have not found their places of burial.
Elihu S. Barnum 26 Aug 1831-Bef 1910
Luthera Barnum 15 May 1841-14 Sept 1853
Esther Barnum 5 Jul 1845-20 Sept 1847 2 Years
Elvira Barnum 31 Aug 1848-19 May 1851 2 Years
Lewis Barnum 30 May 1850-22 May 1851 not quite 1 year old
Added by LM on Sep 07, 2016 6:57 PM
Seth is my Great Great Grandfather and I have a list of his 13 children that need to be added to his Bio. I am a Whaley-Barnum on my Grandmother's side.
Added by LM on Sep 07, 2016 1:05 PM
|Linda Bonnell||RE: What do I need to do reply#2|
No, wait. What I'm not able to do is add Thomas D.'s parents. John Ten Eyck #20472076 and wife Louisa #96317927. Sorry that I'm so easily confused, making it hard for you to be able to help me!
|Linda Bonnell||RE: Thank you and I need your help|
Apparently in my excitement to add children to Thomas D. Teneyck #30129212, I've snarled the works. You told me to be patient and somehow, I impulsively tried to add Eva Iola Ten Eyck Stokes 26852961. I cannot add Louisa as history has lost track of her. Eva's husband was Herbert Estes Stokes #111271006. Thomas and Mary J. Ten Eyck's children were Louisa 1879 Wade 1881 and Eva Iola 1884. Wade has appeared. May you help me with Eva please? Thank you!
Linda (Ten Eyck) Bonnell
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