|Sheila Hewitt||RE: Nicholas Stansell #54717899|
Thank you, yes, I didn't mean to create a duplicate. I have deleted it. But I noticed that you don't have the day of his death, so I submitted an edit to your memorial. Thanks again, Sheila
Added by Sheila Hewitt on Oct 01, 2014 9:06 PM
Oh, yeah, I meant that for his father.
I have sucessfully "deflowered" John Burrowes,Jr.! I did not know we could do that.
Added by Linda on Sep 23, 2014 4:21 PM
|Linda ||Major John Burrowes, Jr.|
That's a really nice write-up, Nikita. Sure is an interesting house over there in Matawan.
Added by Linda on Sep 21, 2014 3:25 PM
|Linda ||Hope Taylor Burrowes|
Thanks Nikita, I understand the reason for the edit decline. Burrowes' memorials are tricky!
The house she lived in is still standing as a museum & is rumored to be haunted.
"Burrowes Mansion" in Matawan...there's something really spooky about it. It is absolutely gorgeous, but I won't go inside it or even on the lawn anymore because it scared me so much!
Added by Linda on Sep 11, 2014 6:46 PM
I don't remember who I had given as David's father, but on my family tree I also have his father as Samuel 1696 - 1777. David is my 6th Great Grandfather on my Great Great Grandmother Esther's side of the family. Thanks for correcting my mistake. I guess it was one of those senior moments. Cheryl
Added by Cheryl Senescall on Sep 03, 2014 6:10 PM
|Wilbur Burt||Lieut. John L. Hardenbergh|
Figured you might like to read this some;
Added by Wilbur Burt on Sep 03, 2014 8:39 AM
|Pat J||RE: Joseph Wright, Esqr. (d.1765)|
It is a very cool stone and very readable !
Added by Pat J on Sep 02, 2014 6:48 AM
Thank you for the added info on Vincent, I added it to his Bio.
Added by seekers on Aug 29, 2014 10:58 AM
Can you please delete memorial 93736598, as it is a duplicate of one I added 6 years earlier.
Added by LilyPad on Aug 24, 2014 6:32 PM
|E Wood||RE: Caleb Duxbury|
Thanks so much, Nikita. That would be wonderful.
I would love to get there myself, but I don't know when that might be. . . It looks like a lovely old churchyard, from what I can see in google maps.
Best wishes, Beth
Added by E Wood on Aug 10, 2014 1:22 PM
|E Wood||Caleb Duxbury, Memorial# 8586108|
Nikita, Thanks so much for posting such wonderful items!
I have a question about the memorial for Caleb Duxbury, who was buried at Christ Church Cemetery, Belleville, NJ. The quote is FANTASTIC and has some great hints for research, going further. Could you tell me where the information came from? Is it from a book, or other cemetery inventory?
Thanks very much,
Added by E Wood on Aug 10, 2014 10:55 AM
|Erin ||RE: Charity Hart|
HART, Charity d. 4 Mar 1865, aged 100 yrs, 0 months & 22 days; widow of Napthali
A cemtery transcription was made in 1917 and a complete list of existing headstones at its publication. There was no other Charity Hart on the list. I believe your memorial is the same person.
Added by Erin on Aug 04, 2014 5:57 PM
|rwtack||RE: Swaine Ogden|
Swain(e) is my 6th great grandfather through Captain Abraham Ogden (5th), then his son Abraham (my 4th great grandfather. I am having great difficulty finding the grave site of Abraham Ogden (4th) born between 1751 and 1761 in Orange and married Sarah Lindly in Nov 1792 in Chatham. Their son Jeptha Lindley Ogden (third great grandfather) b 24 Jul 1795 Morris, NJ moved to my area of Ohio and died after several marriages in 15 May 1877. Abraham 1751 is the missing link that I haven't found. Any help would be appreciated.
Added by rwtack on Jul 28, 2014 5:00 PM
|Jim Fisher||RE: Maud Munn|
Thanks Nikita. The snow is just a product of the season. I review cameras for a living and need to get out in the field to shoot year round. We had an awful winter and I was trudging through hip deep snow on more than one occasion.
I hope to get back and photograph that one again. The shot that worked the best for me was one I took just for myself (ie, not for a review) with a 1950 Rolleiflex TLR. The film transport can get wonky on the first frame which resulted in a partial double exposure. http://jimfisher.smugmug.com/2014/2014-02-02-Mount-Pleasant/i-S6X9fn9/A
Have seen your work on other memorials--you've got a great eye and am happy to see your note.
Added by Jim Fisher on Jul 28, 2014 4:05 AM
|A AAA American at Find A Grave||Re:.|
Mr. /Mrs/Miss and/or Ms N. Barlow;
Hello across the North River!
Thanks, I guess that is the best word here with four letters for your very curt inter-mail.
Having a name given at birth given to me on a Certificate as well, it was/is showing.
I to my knowledge am the only one , well I have certified documentation from 321 a.d. that none of my kinsmen have had my name either.
Maybe you do not know how to address people properly nor well. Or is it the time you have to use.. what 8 NJ NANO Seconds..
Deleting the photograph on the Find a Grave memorial from the memorial which you made, was a simple menial task. But why did not you list the URL and/or Find A Grave #? Glad I am not sending you Billable hours. Even you make a lot of mistakes. Look over your additions on Ancestry.
Your work on here is ok. But the way you IMHO ask sure needs a lot of professional learning. Threats as you used are a libel situation.
I never saw you at Princeton nor Harvard before the administrations have changed. I guess you did not not have nor, obtained any Doctorates.
See you are not in the SAR even. You may want to join, if your able to.
Hope this helps you more now.
Will pray for you to have vision, patience, and learn a lot more.
Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Jul 27, 2014 12:24 AM
|Roger Phillip Burnett||Frankie Silver|
The duplicate on Frankie Silver is a relative of mine. I wish for you to add her parents. I will delete my website of Frankie if you will do that. I have her siblings listed on my website. Her # is 62953406. Sincerely, Roger 46801633
Added by Roger Phillip Burnett on Jul 25, 2014 9:21 PM
|Saratoga||RE: Elizabeth Wheeler Ogden # 91436652|
Thanks Nikita, I appreciate you letting me know. It sure makes better sense now.
Added by Saratoga on Jul 14, 2014 10:34 AM
|S.R.F.||RE: Phebe Ogden Williams|
Thank you very much! :)
Added by S.R.F. on Jul 14, 2014 6:52 AM
|S.R.F.||RE: Phebe Williams|
Thank you. I couldn't bring her up under "Phebe Williams," and I had forgotten her husband's name.
Added by S.R.F. on Jul 13, 2014 4:54 PM
|S.R.F.||RE: Phebe Williams|
I am just going through old emails and found yours which connected to two Find-A-Grave messages re: Phebe Williams.
I apologize for taking so long to answer you. When I enter Phebe Williams into my tree, nothing comes up. Was Williams her married name? I store all my married ladies by their maiden names. Do you know what her maiden name was? I don't remember it.
Added by S.R.F. on Jul 11, 2014 8:11 PM
|JimmyH||RE: Capt. Henry Benson|
Hey Nikita, I went back to the newspaper from 1862 and there was no specific info regarding the ship Capt. Benson was on when he died. I did read that Harrison's landing was the birth place of both Presidents William Henry and Benjamin Harrison. Good Luck JH
Added by JimmyH on Jun 16, 2014 8:50 AM
|JimmyH||RE: Capt. Henry Benson|
Hello Nikita, I just read about Harrison's Landing on Wikipedia, i first thought Capt. Benson was leaving NJ from around modern day Harrison, but i now see Harrison's Landing was an estate in Virginia, near the Battle of Malvern Hill. I will go back and see if the full text gives the ship name, if so i'll send it along.
Added by JimmyH on Jun 15, 2014 9:10 AM
|Jim Kimble||RE: Philip Denman Jr.|
Thanks for update.
Have you noticed Find A Grave #70076603? A duplicate?
Plus they have 2 pics of tombstone.
Added by Jim Kimble on Jun 15, 2014 7:13 AM
|Michael Fitzgerald||RE: Rev. Leo Heinrichs|
I can send the scans to you directly via personal e-mail as an attachment for the Find-a-grave folks, if you prefer. The photo of Fr. Leo is slightly grainy, as the pixels must have be larger than we are used to now. It is a nice photo of him. My g-grandmother moved to Denver for a few years, "to avoid the shame of having a divorced sister." She was a member of St. Elizabeth's Church, although I do not know if she was present at the time of the shooting. The memorial card was in with her old family photos from the turn of the century, including photos of her and her husband at Pike's Peak, 13 July 1906. It is a grainy photo scan as well. After Fr. Leo's murder, they returned to Indiana sometime before 1910.
Added by Michael Fitzgerald on Jun 06, 2014 8:43 AM
|Jim Kimble||RE: The two Sarah Denmans|
OOPS....Some days for sure are better than others. I appreciate your kind reminder to me that I made a goof.
Added by Jim Kimble on May 31, 2014 7:47 AM