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Fred Saar (#46511066)
 member for 13 years, 2 months, 25 days
Kayla Snyder
RE: Capt. John Kittle & John Kittle
Do you have access to the DAR or SAR's? I suspect that Ev.C got her or his information from one of the named above. The Squampamock, A Bicentennial History of Ghent, NY was also attached to his Find A Grave page. This is where the birth date probably came from as well as the SAR, it is where I found it too. Both death dates are the same & I do believe he was born in Columbia County, NY because his father was there at the time of his birth. He lived in that County until his death in 1805. I found a Christening record for this person too. Christening was in 1763, but I do not believe that was his birth year. Andries Kettel & Feytje Janse Borgat were his parents.

Is Ev. C. still active with Find A Grave? It would be nice to know more about her sources. Maggie O left a Rev. War Vet. flag...

Kayla Snyder

Added by Kayla Snyder on Jan 26, 2015 10:52 AM

Kayla Snyder
Capt. John Kittle & John Kittle
Fred - I have been researching the Kittle line for my daughter & grand daughter. I think there is a duplicate in the Foland-Kittle Cemetery regarding Capt. John Kittle Find A Grave # 39384519 & John Kittle Find A Grave # 32798075. Capt. John does not have a birth year listed; however, it does say he died in his 46th year. That would make him born in 1759/60. There is a flag on his grave photo, which suggests he served in the American Revolution. On John Kittle page it mentions he served in the American Revolution, in my research, I have found that he entered as a Private (no entrance date found), but I did find that he enlisted in the 7th Regiment under Col. Abraham J Van Alstyne & by 1802 was promoted to Captain. I think these two graves are one & the same man. He, John Kittle, Find A Grave # 32798075 has a grave stone, John Kittle Find A Grave # 32798075 does not have one posted. Let me know what you come up with, the Kittle name has been confusing to say the least.

Added by Kayla Snyder on Jan 25, 2015 8:23 AM

Donna Miller
France-Carle Family
Thanks for doing all the recent updates for the family. I've visited the France Family Cemetery and know that old, neglected cemetery was not easy to do. I appreciate your work.

Added by Donna Miller on Jan 23, 2015 12:04 PM

Elizabeth C Spence
Memorial# 95788870
Obit in newspaper

Sarasota Herald-Tribune - Apr 2, 1997

Added by Jose on Jan 20, 2015 2:21 AM

Hi Fred,

Thanks for all of your contributions and a huge thanks for being such a good manager of the memorials that you have created! It's people like you that make this world a nicer place!

You're worth your weight in gold!


Added by Jen on Jan 12, 2015 1:00 PM

Bonnie Kies
RE: McIntyre
Well on behalf of myself and others I Thank You Bonnie :)

Added by Bonnie Kies on Jan 03, 2015 7:06 PM

Bonnie Kies
Ebenezer McIntyre, II Thank You not sure how I missed that one, either very tired (very possible) or blind. Yes I got the ones you sent just haven't had time to go through (watching Gkids). Thank You Again. Bonnie :) Are you related to McIntire in any way?

Added by Bonnie Kies on Jan 03, 2015 2:21 PM

Bonnie Kies
Wanted to say Thank You. And to ask a couple questions could you please connect Ebeneezer with his wife Amey? And do you know if thier son EBENEEZER MCINTIRE Jr. headstone is there as well? His wife was Abigail Harwood.

Ebeneezer: Birth abt. 1729 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
Death 18, June, 1789 in Charlton, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA

EBENEEZER MCINTIRE Jr.Birth abt. 1729 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
Death 18, June, 1789 in Charlton, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA

Abigail Harwood Birth 21, May, 1755 in Charlton, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA

Again Thanks You Very Much for the Photo's Bonnie :)

Added by Bonnie Kies on Jan 02, 2015 11:17 PM

Bonnie Kies
Ebeneezer McIntyre
Memorial# 20498431 Ebeneezer McIntyre
Hi Mr. Saar my name is Bonnie and Ebeneezer was my 5th Great Grandfather. It says on your Bio that its ok to use the Photo's but I wanted you to know before I do. And to tell you that I will give you credit for the Photo, Findagrave and the creator of the Memorial as well. I'm guessing this is not his headstone is that right? and can you tell me what is written on the other sides of the stones 3 other sides? If this is not his headstone where is it located. I see his wife is also listed with him but why are there no dates given on this stone. Sorry if I have a lot of questions. My niece and I have been doing the trees for a little while now and we kinda got stuck on McItires- the way my mom and her dad spelled it. Thanks So Much, and OH what a beautiful Photo with the flags in the background. Thank YOu. Bonnie :)

Added by Bonnie Kies on Jan 02, 2015 1:52 PM

Larry Cook
Birth Date for David Cook 0n stone
Hi Fred,

First I would like to thank you for all the volunteer hours you have put in on
Over 35,000 memorials and over 31,000 photos is more than amazing. I have added a just few myself and know how much work that has been.

In memorial #12408979 for David Cook. The stone indicates he is 94 years old and a death date of Dec. 15, 1814. This makes his birth date as 1720 rather than the listed 1729. David is my 5th great grandfather and if you agree with me I would appreciate the correction.

Thanks again for all the great work.

Larry Cook

Added by Larry Cook on Dec 22, 2014 7:50 AM

Cheryl Grinnell
RE: Dr Joshua Greene
Thank you for looking.

Added by Cheryl Grinnell on Dec 18, 2014 1:12 PM

Cheryl Grinnell
Dr Joshua Greene
Thanks for your help. I just looked at tombstone stuff again and it said Joshua Greene. So it is probably him but no Alice. In your travels around this area if you come across these names, could you let me know? I really would appreciated it.


Added by Cheryl Grinnell on Dec 18, 2014 10:37 AM

Cheryl Grinnell
RE: Dr Joseph Greene
So Jousha Greene was not a doctor. Do you know where he and Alice are buried? Do you know anything about them? I have been looking for info on them, especially Alice since she disappears from all records until Jousha dies.


Added by Cheryl Grinnell on Dec 17, 2014 4:10 PM

Cheryl Grinnell
Dr Joseph Greene
I was looking for the grave of Joshua Greene and Alice Greene. They died around Aug 1785 from smallpox in New Lebanon NY. I'm not sure if Dr Joseph Greene and Joshua Greene are the same person. I was wondering if anyone has search the area where these gravestones were found since Alice would have been buried with her husband. If you could please email me and give me some info on this, I would be very pleased. I am a descendent of Alice's son Joseph Potter.

Thank you very much,
Cheryl Grinnell

Added by Cheryl Grinnell on Dec 16, 2014 8:41 PM

John Topping
I requested updates on John Topping 33155170 (Born 1636, died in Southhampton, Suffolk County, NY)based on info at Long Island surnames.
Thanks. #48570135 Marilyn

Added by MarilynGeniSeeker on Dec 15, 2014 11:15 AM

Richard Burke
Hendricus Deyo
Hi Fred.

thanks for ur work. I am a descendant of Hendricus Deyo and his wife Elizabeth Beem (Behm)

This Hendricus (2 as I keep track) was born in Bontecoe 11-13-1731. married Elizabeth Kinston 10-13-1753

the info I have is from the Deyo (Deyoe) Family book by Kenneth E. Hashbrouck.

This book is used as the genealogical reference material for the Huguenot Society on my family.

I have lots of info if u are interested.

Great work



Added by Richard Burke on Dec 11, 2014 3:16 PM

Marie and Bruce Newell
Memory Garden and Memorial Park
Hi Fred,
WE respectfully request permission to use the entrance photo in our personal tree. Bruce has a cousin interred there and the photo will make a great addition to our tree.

Thanks for your consideration.

Marie and Bruce Newell

Added by Marie and Bruce Newell on Dec 10, 2014 11:45 AM

Deanna Sanford Olmstead
On Mannie McCann Wife
Just let you know that Mannie McCann was married One time. You have Bessie Dougherty McCann on Mannie McCann find a grave website two time. They are the some person, because she is my aunt. My email mail address is

Deanna Olmstead

Added by Deanna Sanford Olmstead on Nov 25, 2014 5:39 PM

Larry Cook
Alanson Cook photo
Hi Fred,
I want to thank you for all the wonderful work you have done on I also want to let you know I posted a photo of the tombstone on Memorial #12403504 which you had created and also posted a photo of said tombstone. I posted mine because I thought it was much easier to read. If you wish I will gladly take mine down. Please just let me know what you think.

Larry Cook

Added by Larry Cook on Nov 23, 2014 11:59 AM

Mary Ellen C
Wesley F Kortz -Find A Grave Memorial# 70056102
I'd like permission to use your photo in my tree on Ancestry. I will give credit to you for taking the picture and will list the Find A Grave Memorial Number.

Thank you,
Mary Ellen C

Added by Mary Ellen C on Nov 20, 2014 7:01 PM

Jeffrey Edwin Deyo Sr
David Deyo
Thank you for the photo Fred. Jeff

Added by Jeffrey Edwin Deyo Sr on Nov 05, 2014 2:56 AM

John Thompson
Mem# 50599775 Irwin W Kesterson
I think if you look at the photo of the gravestone the DOB should be 1890, not 1894. The exact DOB is 4 Oct 1890 and the DOD is 11 Nov 1973. He was born in Iowa and died in Sarasota County, FL in case you want more detail.

Thanks for all you do for,

John Thompson
Columbia, MO

Added by John Thompson on Nov 03, 2014 4:18 PM

Frank K.
Todays SAC
Thanks for taking care of those (multiple) updates from today so quickly. Appreciated very much.

Added by Frank K. on Nov 02, 2014 6:14 PM

Kay Ennis
Richard Esselstyn
Thank you for the name of his first wife. I'd be interested in the name of the book that you found it in. My grandfather, now deceased, researched his family and self-published several volumes. The books contain bibliographies, of course, but his notes are gone.

I have never been able to locate the grave of Maria, and now can't locate Moicke on Find A Grave either.



Added by Kay Ennis on Nov 02, 2014 2:13 PM

Maggie O
sorry about that, I changed it- thanks for the info. I have some old books from the historical society and it is simply called the Winslow Cemetery. thanks for helping me get it to the right place.


Added by Maggie O on Oct 31, 2014 7:55 AM


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