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Saratoga (#46965279)
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If I don't respond to a request for transfer it means I prefer to retain the memorial.

In the event a photo of a headstone is not included, it generally means that the memorial information was taken from a cemetery transcription or death record. One of those who did the transcription was Elizabeth C. Curtis. Without her efforts cemeteries such as Trinity United Methodist and Old Third Central Presbyterian Cemetery records would not be included or available since neither of the above church exists today, including the cemetery and headstones. I found out on January 21, 2010 that internment's of Old Third Central Presbyterian Church Cemetery have been moved to Riverview Memorial cemetery in Charleston.

Some of the headstones at the Circular Church were impossible to read, however the church had previously documented many of the graves sites by plot #'s. In those cases where I could not read the headstone I used the information from the church records found at the Charleston library to identify the headstones. I did list the plots #'s on the majority of the memorials.

A special thanks to the work of Clare Jervey published in 1906 with the transcription of St. Michael's. Her transcription allowed me to include much that was unreadable.

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Kathryn Sinclair Lanier
RE: Bacot, Thomas Wright - error
You're welcome!
Added by Kathryn Sinclair Lanier on Feb 20, 2017 9:48 PM
Carol Kirby
Please make a note that Harmon Fredrick Neuffer was the son of Charles Frederick Neuffer and Sarah Caroline Geiger Neuffer.

Charles also married Ann Caroline Geiger, a cousin of Sarah's, so it can get confusing.

Thank you.

Carol Kirby
Added by Carol Kirby on Feb 20, 2017 5:21 PM
Christopher Prevost
RE: Laurel Hill Cemetery.
That's fine. I'll leave it to you. I'll let you know if I come up with anything else'
Added by Christopher Prevost on Feb 19, 2017 3:14 PM
Christopher Prevost
RE: Laurel Hill Cemetery.
it is Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, PA and her reference is: 110354244.
Added by Christopher Prevost on Feb 19, 2017 3:29 AM
Christopher Prevost
Laurel Hill Cemetery.
You have recorded Julia Mallet-Prevost Dulles, 1854-1950. She married Perit Dulles on October 3, 1877 at Zacatecas, Mexico. Perit was born in India on February 27, 1852 and died on June 6, 1883 at Waterford, New Jersey. Perit was the son of John Welsh Dulles and Harriet Lathrop Winslow.
Julia was the daughter of Grayson Mallet-Prevost, 1823-1896 and Marianita Cosio, 1833, Mexico - 1900. Marianita had eleven children with Grayson who was buried at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Grayson was the descendant of my ancestor's younger sister from Geneva, Switzerland.
So Perit was related to John Foster Dulles.
Hope you can add Perit to Julia's file, but I must check Waterford, New Jersey cemeteries to see if he was buried there.
Christopher Prevost (UK)
Added by Christopher Prevost on Feb 18, 2017 5:31 PM
Christopher Prevost
Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Added by Christopher Prevost on Feb 18, 2017 5:11 PM
Kathryn Sinclair Lanier
Bacot, Thomas Wright - error

Thank you for all the work you've done for Find A Grave and for all of us out here in internet land! It must be very fulfilling to be able to post ancestors and relatives for so many to find. I have relied on several of your additions.

Regarding my 5xG-Grandfather,Thomas Wright Bacot, Find A Grave Memorial# 66961257: I noticed that your writings about him do not match the facts you've provided. Perhaps you've accidentally copied and pasted information for another person there by mistake.

In your writing you mention two different wives (Newton and Toomer) than the two wives entered into the spouse field (deSaussure and Wainwright.)DeSaussure and Wainwright are correct. Newton and Toomer are incorrect.

With kind regards,

Kathtyn Lanier
Added by Kathryn Sinclair Lanier on Feb 18, 2017 2:07 AM
sara kennedy
Anne Maria Cortelyou #92566978
I spent a great deal of time yesterday searching online for more information on the New Utrecht and Green-Wood cemetery histories to learn more on why Anna and her family were moved from New Utrecht to Green-wood in April of 1904. I found some incredible and very interesting documentation on the cemeteries but nothing about the year 1904 or re-burials. Would you be able to tell me of the circumstances for the record? I think it would be pertinent information to add to her memorial for anyone researching that family line. Again, thanks so much.

Sara Kennedy
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Added by sara kennedy on Feb 15, 2017 11:13 AM
RE: Clara Christina Olson # 161474861
You can add him. My relative was married to the other Charles J. Olson. Thank you!!!
Added by ancestorsnoop on Feb 14, 2017 3:18 PM
RE: Clara Christina Olson # 161474861
Didn't Charles Joseph Olson die 15 Sep 1909 in Chicago, and was buried in Graceland? He appears to be living with the Clara and the family on the 1900 census.

I think that the Charles J. Olson who died 2 Nov 1889 and whose gravestone appears in the Rosehill Cemetery was Charles John Olson, the Summerdale postmaster in 1889. His wife was the postmistress in 1890, indicating that he had died?
Added by ancestorsnoop on Feb 14, 2017 3:09 PM
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