|Clair Davis (#46990835)|
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I'm a retired Air Force officer and geneology enthusiast.|
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|Donna Rogers||RE: Mary Price Howells|
There is evidence that Mary Price Howells and John Adams knew each other prior to her coming to America aboard the George Washington. Please see John Adams place of birth which is Shropshire Yes Caroline is in fact listed on the roster for the George Washington, however Caroline is also listed on the 2nd ship that carried Mary prices Mom, Benjamin price & wife Hannah, Caroline is definitely listed on the second roster along with her 2 year old baby girl. Let me back up to Margaret as the other passenger along with Mary . We know for double sure Margaret was in Utah as she had baby #1 Nelson Thompson Jr May 10, 1860. 1860 is long before the 2nd ship. So why would Margaret lie about her identity? I am guessing because in 1857 she was just 17 years old. We do know she was engaged to a Will Humphries, but they broke up on the way to Utah, which explains why Margaret was not in the pioneer books. If this disagree's with your records, ok, but my record stands hugs Donna
|Diana Barney||RE: Abigail Thorn Pond|
Cool! Who is she through? I am through Brigham & Catherine Pond - my grandma is Blanche Pond Crookston. If I find anything, I will send it on to you via the edit feature. :-)
|SharonReeves||RE: Memorial for Emma Ann Howell Hooker|
Thank you for the plot and lot numbers. As I live in California and do not have any family left on the Clifton side of the mountains in Idaho, we don't get there very often; once when we did it was under several inches of snow. When we have gotten there, it was never when the offices were open or anyone was available to get info from.
I added the plot number to my memorial for my grandmother, Emma Ann Howell Hooker, as you suggested. Thanks for your work.
I found that Emma Ann had a son Thomas but he probably did not have a grave in the Cemetery, the family story was that he was still born and so little that they buried him "under the apple tree". He would have been Laurel's twin. I found a Idaho record of birth for him and straightened out that story. Thanks again
|SharonReeves||Memorial for Emma Ann Howell Hooker|
It has been brought to my attention that you have created a duplicate memorial for my Grandmother, Emma Ann Howell Hooker. (Your findagrave #28114417) I already have a more complete memorial for her at #55323944. I appreciate all of the work that you do, I have seen your name many times on the memorials for the people I was looking for. I see you have a link to my Uncle Myrl's memorial that I do not have, if you will eliminate your site, I will link mine to Myrl as well. thanks for finding her grave. Sharon Reeves Emma's granddaughter.
I think my memorial for my Great Uncle, Zebedee Hooker - 116558447 and your memorial for the same name, 28114425 are the same person. Can we combine them? Note that Zebedee only lived to be 3 years. Sharon Reeves
|Terri Monroe||Thank you|
Thank you so very much for transferring my grandparents to me. I appreciate it so very much!
|Terri Monroe||grandparents memorials|
I have added a picture of my grandparents headstone that I took to the memorial page you have for them. I am new here and would love to know how I can have their memorial transferred to me. John W. Stevens and Dorothy M. Stevens.... Clifton,Id Cemetery Thank you, Terri Monroe
|Jeanne Buzzell Mason||Alta Rainey Howell|
Thank you so much for transferring my aunt, Alta Rainey Howell's memorial to me.
|Susan Woods||Leon Julius Viehweg|
Is there more information about this young man? An obituary?
|Annie (Fitzpatrick) Meyer||Thank you!|
Thank you, Clair. I appreciate your generosity.
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