Hi, Jim ~ there seems to have been some confusion over Joncy & Myra Dey...Joncy was the husband according to 1920 census ~ he was born c. 1860 and died 1920 by his grave marker. Myra's will was executed in 1940 so I'd guess she died that same year at age 73. There's not much else on them I've found via ancestry.com.
|CryptoGram||RE: Myra Dey|
You're welcomed, Jim...we'd been looking for Mrs Dey for a number of years so at least got to pinpoint her even if she has no marker.
|Phyllis||RE: Joseph Doll|
Glad to do it. Beautiful resting place out there at St. Lawrence cemetery.
Added by Phyllis on Jun 28, 2016 3:20 PM
|Fran Chancellor||RE: Ester Bowen|
Thank you, Jim, for your thoughtfulness in explaining this to me. I will add the sources you listed to my list. I have just discovered this name in my family tree. Fran Chancellor
|Rick Copp||Allie Duke|
Thank you so much for the picture of the memorial. Did you happen to notice if there were any other Duke markers? Thanks for what you do.
|Sherry McRight Gorman||David Reed Sr.|
I greatly appreciate your effort and reply. David and his wife Fatima are my 3 times great-grandparents. I thought there was a stone since his memorial page listed an inscription and there are burial plot coordinates. I guess his stone has disappeared over time. His wifes stone is damaged.
|Steve Burton||Trammell headstone request|
I'm so sorry. I must have been wanting to request a different headstone. Sorry for the inconvenience.
|Patti Hall||RE: Case Beckham|
Thank you so much for getting back to me so quickly! I really appreciate you deleting the pictures. Please don't think that we were upset with you in any way. We just like to see the grass instead of the dirt. If you could transfer the memorial over to me, that would be great! Thank you so much!
|Patti Hall||Pictures for Case Beckham|
Jim, Thank you for putting these pictures up of our grandson's grave. Unfortunately, we would like you to please delete them. They are very painful to look at since they're taken a day or two after we buried him. We have taken some nice ones now that the grass has grown in. Thanks!
|Deborah (Hoffman) Weiner||Marshall and Zeliff Cousins|
Thanks for adding those MARSHALL/ZELIFF edits. Decided this was the way to go. I've been holding on too long with information I collected over the years, and now maybe someone can add to it. The spelling of the name makes it difficult to trace
accurately. Hope to find stones in Riverview. I know there is a Hullehan/Hulihan stone. Dowling? McDonald? Don't know about them. Am going by the Riverview Cemetery records, but they only begin in 1848, and our group died before then. Stay tuned.
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