|Jason Manwaring||Sarah J Vail Heberling Parents?|
Thank you for the information on Sarah J Vail Heberling. I am inquiring about the note you left about her parents as I'm seeking more information about them. You wrote:
"She was the daughter of Isaac Vail (b. Ohio) and Mary Fulton.
Sarah and Warren Heberling had four children"
Can you tell me what the source information was for that? I'm trying to find more on them.
|Earl Abbe||Thank You for Information|
In my Find A Grave youth I committed the indiscretion of recording many “Burial Unknowns.” Thank you very much for the information on Ruth Eggert Bradham’s burial site. It is much appreciated.
|Sharon Palmer||Rhonda E Selleck|
Thank you for the picture of Rhoda Selleck's headstone and also a picture of her husband's headstone, Stephen Selleck. I appreciate the time and effort that it takes to get these pictures. Sharon
|Diane Gravlee||Hannah Brown Mead|
Thanks for letting me know there is no marker for Hannah, but that she is in the correct cemetery. I have asked the manager to put a note in the plot box that her plot is unknown and she has no marker.
|laurie edwards||Hannah Hartwright|
Thank you so much for taking this photo. I was so happy to find Esau Hartwright who I've been trying to find for a month. That was such a pleasant surprise. I was just looking again this morning. This was a wonderful surprise. Thank you, thank you thank you.
Thank you for taking the time to photograph the headstone for Paris and Mary Robbins Your work and addition to their memorial pages is greatly appreciated!
thanks so much for pointing me to the correct grave, angaline J KNapp Ferris, wife of Abel Ferris in first cong church. you are great!
Added by rebecca on Feb 27, 2016 7:47 AM
|Sheila Parcell||Edwin Binney|
Thank you so very much for the information. I would love a picture of his headstone and his families as well. I can create their memorials too. You know, that was so long ago (2009) I can't say I recall where I found the information regarding his burial. I do know that I was very interested in him because he lived in Fort Pierce and was very influential here, because of him our town became know as a port city and in 1929 prevented our bank from going under...his great grand daughter still lives here and we have communicated many times. Not to mention, crayons. Who doesn't love 'em?!
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Thank you again,
|m.j. bare||Thank you|
Thank you for trying to document Memorial #69645842. It is greatly appreciated. With your update I realize I have a bigger problem than a wrong date of birth... I have a wrong burial location.
|Allison Pierce||Memorial #113257574|
Could you read what her dates were? I think I see 1804, but I'm not sure if that's a birth year or something else. Thank you
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