|Jayson Courtier||HawkinsFamily Bible|
Dear Sir, I have found a Holy Bible looks to be signed Mr. Asa Hawkins oxford ct. 1666 on the family record pages it list Asa,Elysha,the births start 1740-1882 the deaths 1830-1952 is this tour family lineage??please feel free to contact me via email Jayson.email@example.com thank you
Added by Jayson Courtier on Mar 04, 2015 10:48 AM
|Ron Hawkins||William H Hawkins|
This William H Hawkins buried in Burr Oak, Michigan I presume is from your branch of the family. If so, hello there cousin from the other branch. Your branch goes back to N.Y., whereas mine goes back to CT and that is where our branches intersect. I presume this William H Hawkins' father was David Howard Hawkins also buried in the same cemetery. In years past where I live I noticed other Hawkins in the area but could not make the connection to me until now. I had a feeling they were somehow related to me but could not for the life of me figure out how. I am only about 20 minutes away from where David and William is buried and only about 10 minutes from where David's Aunt and Uncle are buried, William and Amanda. Is this your family line?
Added by Ron Hawkins on Mar 03, 2015 1:52 PM
Hi Thomas, Thanks for transferring some memorials to me, including Adelia Staffin Briggs and one or two others. If you would also update the family relationship links for John and Phoebe Jane (Wilcox) Staffin, I will appreciate it. Thanks again.
Added by Michele Babcock-Nice on Feb 16, 2015 10:52 AM
|Debbie Ann Polito Maddox||Lydia Wyvetta Nitsche Offerbeck|
I was wondering if you could find out if this person still is alive? Please let me know.
Added by Debbie Ann Polito Maddox on Feb 15, 2015 7:27 AM
Wondering if your Hawkins line had any Nebraska/Kansas connections. Possibly some Native American in this line through my great grandmother Hattie Rose Hawkins who was born 1886 in New York but later moved back to Nebraska around 1893 possibly
Added by Brenda Daniel on Feb 05, 2015 12:58 PM
|Barry Hawkins||Just checking in|
Hi Thomas. My name is Barry T. Hawkins. My branch of the Hawkins family comes from New Hampshire (Sgt.Maj. John Hawkins, Centre Harbor).
Nice work you have been doing with Find-a-grave. I assume you have also done some genealogical research on your family name as well.
Are we in the same general branch?
Added by Barry Hawkins on Feb 02, 2015 2:55 PM
I want to thank you for taking a photo of my aunt's headstone, Mary Jane GERBER, in the St. Aloysius Roman Catholic Cemetery in Springville, NY and posting it to this site. I also volunteer for Find A Grave and was very delighted and surprised to find one of my own relatives that I have not photographed yet. I very much appreciate your efforts.
Added by Sandra Hudson on Dec 07, 2014 5:28 PM
|ValerieKay123||RE: Aunt Catherine & Uncle Almer|
So very nice to meet you, Thomas! I don't know if I've ever met you before or not. But if I have, I was a young child at the time and don't remember. I think you are Wayne and Dorothy's son, right? I absolutely adore them both. How are they doing?
If you have any other photos with Catherine or her ancestors in them, I'd love to see them. I've already showed my mother the two you have posted of the Parkinson family. It is so amazing to see these photos! Also interesting is that my uncle, Almer and Catherine's son, Dean, looked exactly like John Parkinson's mother, Sarah Tryer Parkinson. I have a photo of him if you'd like to see.
Added by ValerieKay123 on Dec 07, 2014 4:26 PM
Thank you so very much for posting photos of my grandparents, Almer Lillie and Catherine Parkinson Lille's grave stone and the Parkinson family photo. It means more than words can say to see my grandmother's beautiful face again. I've never seen a photo of her so young. Absolutely amazing. Thank you!
Added by ValerieKay123 on Dec 07, 2014 6:54 AM
|monica ||john waldraff|
I request transfer of john waldraff to me, my contributor # is 48599323. john (johann) is my 4th great grandfather, the namesake, maiden name of my mother.
Added by monica on Dec 05, 2014 6:50 PM
|Janet Marie||RE: Charlotte Toynbee Hawkins|
You're very welcome.
I've finished adding 98% my photos to White and Pleasant Hill Cemetery. I just have a few markers left that are broken and/or difficult to read.
I did create a memorial for Harriet Robert Hawkins in Hillside Cemetery in Coloma last August. Harriet was the wife of Horace Josiah Hawkins. There is no DOD on her marker, but I added her as "interment assumed".
Do you know anything about her? Is she a relative of yours? If you'd like a transfer, let me know.
Added by Janet Marie on Oct 06, 2014 5:41 AM
|Janet Marie||RE: George Hawkins # 136567890|
The transfer has been made. I'm still working on processing more photos from White Cemetery and nearby Pleasant Hill Cemetery. If I find anymore members of the HAWKINS family, I will let you know.
Added by Janet Marie on Sep 29, 2014 6:11 AM
|Janet Marie||George Hawkins # 136567890|
I just thought I'd let you know that I added a memorial today for George Hawkins (1923-1926). He is buried directly behind Charlotte and Theodore Hawkins at White Cemetery near Coloma, WI.
If he is a relative and you would like a transfer, please let me know.
Added by Janet Marie on Sep 29, 2014 4:51 AM
|Cheri Prent-Janas (GRAVEHUNTER)||George D Herbold|
With regard to George in Mapleview Cemetery, you have as adopted son of Phillip and Anna Mary do you know where they are buried by chance? Anna was married before to a Mr. Bayliss and had a son George J Bayliss. I know Anna died before 1900 and Phillip after. Any info would be great.
Thank you in advance,
Added by Cheri Prent-Janas (GRAVEH... on Sep 27, 2014 9:53 AM
Many thanks for your willingness to have your Greenwood Cemetery Photos, with your full credit given as the photographer, to my Tuttle ancestors information on their family tree on ancestry.com. Much appreciated. This looks like such a beautiful old cemetery and area of the country I hope to visit someday but for now I help here in Massachusetts when people need cemetery photos.
Added by ParkerMoulton on Sep 23, 2014 7:20 AM
|Beverly Busselle Plack||Amasa H.|
Thank you for transferring the memorial for my Great Great Great Uncle. Thank you for being so willing to share.
Added by Beverly Busselle Plack on Sep 22, 2014 10:04 PM
|Beverly Busselle Plack||60766750 Amasa N. Williams|
Amasa N.(H) Williams is the infant son of my Great Great Grandparents. Would you be willing to transfer his memorial to me?
Added by Beverly Busselle Plack on Sep 22, 2014 5:15 AM
Thank you for posting the beautiful photo of this cemetery. My 5th great-grandparents, Esther and Clement Tuttle, are buried there in Greenwood Cemetery, Kendall County, New York. Would it be possible, giving you full photo credit, for me to use the photo of the cemetery on my MoultonMarston Family Tree on ancestry.com for these two ancestors?
Added by ParkerMoulton on Sep 09, 2014 9:14 PM
|J Stefancic||Bernard & Mary Agnes Ferry|
By any chance was there another child by this couple that was born in 1906 with the name of Florence M Ferry? I am trying to find the birth parents of Florence who was adopted in 1908 in Buffalo. Any information would be great.
Added by J Stefancic on Sep 08, 2014 5:42 PM
|Marilyn DeGanne||Anthony Dinella|
Dear Thomas, thank you for having posted a grave site for this man. He is the only possibly link I may have to my great-great grandmother, Catarina DiNello, and your help is a step forward in the quest to find this line of my family. Anthony may have been her grandson. I contacted every town clerk and church possible to find death or burial info, and no one has any! Not even the cemetery Anthony is buried in (they don't have his record for some reason). I don't know what the next step is to find him, and learn of his parents, and to then verify that I think he is her grandson (his parents lived with Catarina for a while and are listed in the census together in 1900, living in Buffalo). But no source has any records of any of the family members. -Marilyn DeGanne (my mother's maiden name was an Americanized form of Dinella).
Added by Marilyn DeGanne on Aug 20, 2014 10:49 AM
First, Thank you so much for the transfers, I am very grateful. I am not related to any of the Hawkins, I will transfer all to you. I am so glad they too will get a good home, and that I am able to help you also, you are a very kind person. The Hawkins will be sent, I have to go back to Find a Grave and transfer them to you. I am overwhelmed at your kindness. Thank You!!!
Added by angel searcher on Aug 06, 2014 10:12 AM
|Robert Allen Scharf||John Scharf buried in New Mexico|
John Scharf is listed Find A Grave Memorial# 56828450, because his first wife, Anna Barthel Scharf, is buried in St Aloysius Cemetery in a tombstone with his name.
John and son Albert moved to New Mexico around 1920.
John died 30 Nov 1949 in Carrizozo, Lincoln, New Mexico. See Find A Grave Memorial# 6629160.
Perhaps you might edit the first memorial with a link to the second.
Added by Robert Allen Scharf on Jul 26, 2014 1:39 PM
|trisha starkweather||John Grant memorial Mass|
Hello! is the unknown birth and death date due to the grave being to old to be legible? I have a grandfather named John Grant born in 1712 died in Mass, just seeing if I can find him :) Thanks! Trisha
Added by trisha starkweather on Jul 01, 2014 4:14 PM
|Phil Scott||Thanks, cousin|
Thanks for the great work you've been doing in findagrave.
I greeted you as cousin, under the assumption that we're related.
I tie into the Hawkins family through my great-grandmother, Eliza Jane Hawkins (1847-1909). She is the daughter of John Hawkins (1811-1883) and Jane Solomon (1815-1876). Eliza married Wilber Levi Scott (1848-1925). All of them are buried in the East Otto Cemetery.
- Phil Scott
Added by Phil Scott on Jun 25, 2014 3:45 PM
|Gail Naranjo||Susan A. Lux.|
I request a transfer of Susan A. Lux (1882-1916) to me.Find A Grave No.60081373.She is My 3rd or 4th Generation Great-Grand Aunt.Thank You Thomas for all of You Wonderful work for the Lux side of My Family.Gail.
Added by Gail Naranjo on Jun 16, 2014 11:11 AM