|Ken Brown||Additional info for #85795063|
Please add the following to Memorial #85795063 (Chester Yeatts Thomas):
ACTIVITY DURING WWII - U.S. ARMY 1943-1945. ASSIGNED TO THE 6TH ARMY CORPS IN THE EUROPEAN THEATER. BATTLES AND CAMPAIGNS INCLUDED NAPLES-FOGGIA, ROME-ARNO, SOUTHERN FRANCE, RHINELAND AND CENTRAL EUROPE. AWARDED GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL, EUROPEAN-AFRICAN-MIDDLE EASTERN THEATER MEDAL AND WWII VICTORY MEDAL.
Honored on the World War II Memorial by daughter, Donna Shields
Added by Ken Brown on Apr 18, 2014 7:31 PM
Hi Fred,First of all a sincere thanks for all of your hard work on this site. I am curious, I see that you created a memorial #33956419 on Feb. 18, 2009 for a Hannah Barnes who is buried in South End Cemetery in East Hampton, NY. The information her memorial gives is that she died Dec. 8 1815 at 76 yrs. I also noticed another memorial #33956421 for a Hannah Barnes you created that same day Feb. 18,2009 and in that same cemetery but the info given was somewhat different. This memorial gave a death date of only 1815 & 75 yrs. and that she was the daughter of Noah. My question is could these two Hannah's be one in the same or are they different people?
Added by Crystal♥ on Apr 15, 2014 10:28 AM
|Jane Lane||Family Links|
Thanks for alerting me to the new family links capability within the edit function. I've been using that for name and date additions, but didn't know I could use that for links as well. I really like these new features, and also like seeing the list of siblings on the memorial pages.
Added by Jane Lane on Apr 15, 2014 8:30 AM
|Dorothy ||Welch family memorials|
First - thank you for your work with
Find-a-Grave -- it is appreciated.
From the Episcopal Churchyard Cemetery -
Welch, George Ansel
Welch, George F
Welch Henrietta Edgley
Are the dates listed on the memorial pages taken from the gravestones along with the listed inscriptions - or taken from other records?
Thanks for any help
Added by Dorothy on Apr 14, 2014 1:00 PM
|Ray Flowers||Jeremiah Holmes|
Thank you for the updates on Jeremiah and Tryphena Holmes.
Added by Ray Flowers on Apr 14, 2014 10:32 AM
|Ray Flowers||Tryphena Holmes #58453960|
Thank you for your reply on my Great Grandmother.
Added by Ray Flowers on Apr 07, 2014 9:25 PM
|Roger D. Davis||John Brown|
Thank you Fred for the transfer.
Added by Roger D. Davis on Apr 07, 2014 3:52 PM
|Ray Flowers||Tryphena Holmes #58453960|
Tryphena is my 4th great grandmother. I notice that you took the photo of her headstone. Can you read the inscription? I believe her birth date is 9 Mar 1785 in Pepperill, Mass. Trying to confirm that my info is correct. Thank you for entering the data on my family.
Added by Ray Flowers on Apr 05, 2014 3:17 PM
|Ray Flowers||Jeremiah Holmes #58453959|
Jeremiah Holmes is my 4th Great Grandfather. I noticed that you took the photo of the headstone, can you read the full inscription?? I have confirmed that he was born 10 Feb 1784 in Woodstock, Conn. Trying to confirm my finding.
Thank you for entering this data on my family.
Added by Ray Flowers on Apr 05, 2014 3:10 PM
|Sandra Wincek||Nicholas Schaeffer 1723-1780|
I saw your memorial to Nicholas Schaeffer (#18797890), who is buried in St. John's Cemetery in Wernersville, Berks Co, PA. I was just wondering where you found the birth and death dates. Is there a birth/baptism record for him somewhere?
Thanks for any hints that you might have.
Added by Sandra Wincek on Apr 05, 2014 2:56 PM
|Michael Poirier||William Heina grave pic|
I am co-author of the article on William Heina. He was a survivor of the Lusitania sinking, an inventor and race car driver. I was wondering if we could use this grave photo with proper credit.
Added by Michael Poirier on Apr 02, 2014 12:24 PM
|Nancy Horton Gillispie||Louise Horton # 93324139|
Thank you so much. You have made my day. That was very kind and generous of you.
Keep up the wonderful work you are doing.
Nancy Horton Gillispie
Added by Nancy Horton Gillispie on Mar 30, 2014 8:31 AM
|Renee Arnold||Thank you.|
For linking Rebecca Dubois with her husband James Westervelt per my request. I appreciate it (:
Added by Renee Arnold on Mar 16, 2014 2:19 PM
|Bob Carter||RE: Thomas Cuttino|
I sent a note to Find A Grave to merge the First Baptist Church Cemetery and the other was just Baptist Cemetery. The marker has Old Baptist Cemetery and there were some duplicates since the names of the cemetreries was slightly different. Sorry for my error on your post.
Added by Bob Carter on Mar 04, 2014 7:43 PM
Can you tell me more about the information below on Mary Furner? The link to Martha Parks Furner as a parent, was that from the cemetery records? Ae 74, does that refer to an age? Martha could not be her mother in that case.
Death: Jan. 7, 1844
Martha Parks Furner (1795 - 1852)
Note: info from early records and no stone currently exists
New York, USA
Added by Arroh on Feb 23, 2014 6:38 AM
That is great. I suppose that the monuments erected for EbeneEr/Amey is the original Ebenezer. Gotta love the history. Thank you!
Added by Airrow on Feb 19, 2014 7:42 PM
Messed that up, the oldest one was married to "Amy/Amey" and the youngest to Betsey & Mary. Computer working slow so caused a dup on my last message.
Added by Airrow on Feb 19, 2014 6:29 PM
|Airrow||RE: Ebenezer McIntyre|
Thank you. I have three generations of Ebenezer's . . . LOL, the oldest one died in 1776, so at least two of them are there and I can easily tell which one is which since one was married to Elizabeth and the other to Betsey & Mary.
Added by Airrow on Feb 19, 2014 6:28 PM
|K Perry||Rebecca Hulse|
Fred- As I wrote you in the edit section, Rebecca Hulse is not a wife of Joseph Raynor who died 1797 and is a Revolutionary War soldier in Colonel Josiah Smith's Regiment.
The book "Josiah Raynor 1665 and his descendants" has Joseph Raynor married 1st to Jerusha Hulse and 2nd Jemima Dayton, and his son Henry Raynor who died 1815 is from Joseph Raynor and 2nd wife Jemima Dayton. These two marriages are documented in the DAR database. The book on Josiah Raynor 1665 of Manorville NY and his descendants is in the Suffolk Cooperative Library. You can find it in the Family History Library Catalog. Henry Raynor who died 1815 is the son of Joseph Dayton and 2nd wife Jemima Dayton and Henry Raynor who died 1815 married Martha Hulse is also documented in the DAR. I will gladly take off the flower and note, but can you, in return, put the accurate information on the findagrave pages of Joseph Raynor died 1797 and Henry Raynor his son? I sent you all the sources on your email. Obviously the cemetery records you took them from were not accurate, and there are no graves there to see what the tombstones say. thank you .
Added by K Perry on Jan 26, 2014 12:42 PM
|Sonja Turner||Memorial # 89035432 - Ernest A Reed|
Hello Fred, May I have your permission to use the photograph of this tombstone on my Ancestry.com site giving you full credit for the photo? Ernest Reed was the brother of my husband's grandmother, Orpha (Reed) Turner. Thank you and Happy New Year :)
Added by Sonja Turner on Jan 07, 2014 1:47 PM
|Donnie Ruyle||Marjorie E Sump|
Fred: Thank you very much for the transfer of Marjorie's memorial.
Added by Donnie Ruyle on Dec 27, 2013 11:30 AM
|S. Maresso||RE: Maresso Family|
Will do. Thanks Fred.
Added by S. Maresso on Dec 27, 2013 10:16 AM
|S. Maresso||Maresso Family|
I'd like to ask your permission to use your photos in my Ancestry family tree for the Maresso family.
Added by S. Maresso on Dec 27, 2013 8:25 AM
|Betty Frank||Blandina DuBois DeWitt|
Thank you for making the name change from Belinda to Blandina. That will make researching easier for others.
Added by Betty Frank on Dec 25, 2013 5:35 PM
|Barbara Hunter-Holmes||RE: Levi Bishop # 51503152|
Thank you, Fred.
Yes, Ancestry provides the link and I always add "Courtesy of ...." as the credit.
Merry Christmas to you and yours,
Added by Barbara Hunter-Holmes on Dec 22, 2013 9:38 PM