|Lori Driver (#46794511)|
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|Sandy Day||CW and Elizabeth Eames|
Thank you for the pictures of my two times great grandparents, CW and Elizabeth J Eames. My niece and I visited yesterday for the first time and found their marker within 5 minutes because of your pictures.
If they or the Whitings are not related to you I would be happy to take over the memorial.
|Gene Hill||William J. Miller 1865-1944|
If you have little interest in this memorial, I would be happy if you would transfer it to me, Gene Hill #48216897.
|Jane Umphress||Memorial# 22666524|
This is regarding Yelverton Briggs.
Several questions: Regarding the date of birth and death. I have found the Rhode Island birth for him being 7 May 1736, but, no date for his death. You are showing Feb. 15, 1806, USA with the calculation of being 63 at the time of his death. 1736 + 63= 1799 or 1806 - 63 is 1743. "They" people making comments on Ancestry say his father died in 1733, cannot validate the year nor location of his death.
You have Yelverton Briggs married to Phebe Shippee. The Rhode Island, Vital Extracts, 1636-1899, states that she was married to Alvin Briggs. According to the Genealogy of the Spencer family they are showing that Mary Shippee and Richard Briggs had four children; Yelverton, John, Elizabeth AND Alvin.
The other thing is that if Yelverton, per records was born in 1736 and his dad supposedly died in 1733, hmmm.
|Lynn Dosch||Pioneer Cemetery|
Hi Lori, I was delighted to find photos of the graves for my ggg grandparents that you had posted. Joachum and Margaretha S.D. Uhlenbrauck are buried in Pioneer Cemetery in the Town of Grand Chute north of Appleton WI. They arrived in 1857 and farmed land near St. Peter Ev Lutheran Church in Freedom WI. Would you be willing to turn over the management of these graves to me? My F-A-G number is 47960545. The Uhlenbrauck graves are: 28397536 and 28397551. Thanks very much.
|Sue Tanner||RE: Brace, Harvey Sr.,|
Lori, Is the headstone photo okay? Sue
|Sue Tanner||RE: Brace, Harvey Sr.,|
Just by walking through Greenwood. Sue
|Kathy Van Alstine||Susannah Smith Gordon|
Dear Lori, I was just looking at the memorial for #21033011 Susannah Smith Gordon 1799-1847 It looks like you put her number and Schuyler Gordonís number in the parents link instead of in the spouse . So you should take those numbers out of the parents and put Schuyler Gordon in the spouse link. I tried to fix it for you but it would not let me do it.
I hope this helps you .
God Bless you , Kathy Van Alstine
This is a copy of her memorial page so you see what I mean:
Wife of Schuyler Gordon. Moth of Smith S. and Mary E.
Schuyler Gordon (1801 - 1885)
Susannah Smith Gordon (1799 - 1847)
Susannah Smith Gordon (1799 - 1847)*
|patrick lincoln||RE: Almira Cahoon|
I was there once also, during the summer when the ground is hard and found some half buried stones. I was thinking to go back sometime in the spring when the ground is soft and probing around with a knitting needle or something to see if I could find any buried, but it's hard to find the time, and I haven't gotten around to it yet. I'll keep my eyes peeled for Brace.
Thanks again, Pat.
|Lori Schell||Joseph Cole|
I just posted Joseph and getting ready to post Margaret Cole next for you. Also plan on posting other you requested Ben Hart. But, Frances Hart I am not sure about unless its the stone I could not read. I didn't have a paper and pencil to shade it for wording or lettering. Think it felt like Frances but couldn't make a positive Id on it.
I left a couple of transfer requests. Just wanted to make sure you got them. Thank you for your help and all the work you have done!
Added by nancym on May 14, 2015 8:15 AM
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