|Tonya Avery Hinton||RE: Anna Mae (Henderson) Dukes|
I have had a very difficult time finding any information on Milton Henderson. It is rumored that he was nearly lynched in Greenville for molesting his children. I have not been able to locate anything to confirm this. Someone from Ancestry.com sent me and email. I would love any info you can dig up on him. He was Anna Mae's dad, my great x's 4 grandfather. Thanks for connecting with me :)
Added by Tonya Avery Hinton on Sep 21, 2016 1:55 PM
I was just curious how you came upon the picture of my grandmother. Her name was Muriel Stebbins, 1905-1999, buried in Wadsworth, Ohio - - -
Added by Sharrocksearcher on Aug 25, 2016 8:57 PM
You added a personal photo for Amelia Fellmeth at Glendale cemetery in Akron:
However, when you added the photo you forgot to change the default from 'grave' to 'person', so the icon for a grave photo shows. I went to add a photo of the grave and discovered this.
You will want to delete and re-add your photo and change the default to 'person' so the icon shows up correctly in the index.
Added by Zella on Aug 10, 2016 7:22 PM
|ebbey||RE: Emory Dewey (E.D.)Thompson|
Added by ebbey on Jul 21, 2016 11:01 AM
|ebbey||Emory Dewey (E.D.)Thompson|
I noticed that you have E.D.Thompson listed as buried in Oaklawn Memorial Park in Lake Mary, FL. E.D. Thompson is my uncle, and although there appears to be a memorial to him at Oaklawn, he is actually buried at Rehobeth Cemetery in Tucker, GA where he lived for many years. It appears the memorial is at the site of his son-in-law Locke Wilde's grave. Just wanted to make sure the info is accurate. Thanks!
Added by ebbey on Jul 16, 2016 10:07 PM
|Theodore E. Milz IV||RE: Theodore Milz|
yes please lisa i would love it if i could get that from you.
Added by Theodore E. Milz IV on Jul 12, 2016 1:05 PM
You're very welcome.
Added by Roibeard on Jul 10, 2016 3:24 PM
You added a photo of Harry, to his Find A Grave Memorial. Ss there any chance you would have access to a photo of his sister Virginia and perhaps his parents.
The Leon Co Fl. Census for 1935 shows this family as Colored (Black). I knew Virginia and had met Harry and I am positive, that if anything, it would Italian or Native American.
Many thanks for any help. Meanwhile I will try to find a pic of Ginnie in the Grady Co GA area.
Added by Winnette on Jul 10, 2016 8:28 AM
|Ray Miller||Norma Miller|
I searched for my moms grave on here for quite a few years. Thanks for finding it. Feel free to transfer. Let me know if I need to do anything.
Added by Ray Miller on Jul 05, 2016 6:42 PM
|Larry & Edie Doepel||RE: Dale Guider|
Thanks Lisa. I really appreciate all your help.
Added by Larry & Edie Doepel on Jun 27, 2016 7:48 AM
|Don Green||Marguerite Whitlock|
Thanks for the quick update, Lisa ! Much appreciated.
Added by Don Green on Jun 23, 2016 9:07 AM
|Larry & Edie Doepel||Dale Guider|
Thank you for linking him with his parents. Can you please move him to Baker's Forge Cemetery in Campbell County? He is buried there with him mom and dad, and not in Woodlawn where you've got him! I was so tickled to find him in Baker's Forge this spring, as I had spent all of last year in Woodlawn taking pictures of memorials there for Find A Grave, and could not, could not, could not! find him . I went grave by grave, one at a time, with a clipboard and a list of memorials with no photos, and just figured he was destined to be lost. When I found him this year in Baker's Forge it was a relief.
His number is 100095056, and if you could move him to Bakers Forge Memorial Cemetery in Campbell County, Tennessee, I'll put up the photos of his grave.
Thank you again!
Added by Larry & Edie Doepel on Jun 23, 2016 5:27 AM
|Larry & Edie Doepel||Dale Guider|
Just was wondering if you got my edits on Dale Guider a couple of weeks ago? Sometimes they get dumped in the spam folder...
Added by Larry & Edie Doepel on Jun 14, 2016 10:11 AM
|Tink||Lake Helen Cemetary|
I've been going up to the cemetery for a couple of months trying to clean up the sites. If you need information let me know and I will try to help.
Added by Tink on Jun 08, 2016 11:36 AM
|Lynda S. Wise||Eugene M. Fortner # 151925513|
Hi Lisa, it's been awhile since we talked, I hope you are well and on the go. The family of Eugene Fortner requested a photo of the new bench that was placed on his grave to be added to his Find A Grave memorial. Let me know if you were able to get the photo and possibly forgot to add it.
Added by Lynda S. Wise on May 19, 2016 2:39 PM
|Heather (Bisonet) Fisher||James and Alice "Melvina" Bisonet|
Thank you for the transfer of my grandparents memorials. It means so much.
Added by Heather (Bisonet) Fisher on May 17, 2016 7:38 AM
Hi Lisa, I saw a request for a photo of Reuben Allen's grave at Sandy Creek Cemetery in Orleans County NY so I walked the entire cemetery today trying to find it to no avail. When I checked the cemetery records they have no record of him being buried there (and none of the Allens buried there are related to him: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nyorlean/cemsand1.htm I checked all the cemetery records for Orleans County and he is not listed as being buried in this county.I even checked the census and he is not listed in Orleans County. I see a Reuben Allen being buried in East Sweden Cemetery in Monroe County but the dates do not match (Died in 1822 aged 56 years). So when I checked Ancestry it forwarded me to your memorial which says he is buried at Sandy Creek -- was wondering where the info came from as he is not in the cemetery's records? Just want to clear up the mystery. Thanks!
Added by Iris on May 06, 2016 3:18 PM
|Ethel Gore||RE: Margaret Jane Martindale|
Thank you Lisa for the information. I will try and see if I can find anything else. I appreciate everything you do for Find a grave. Ethel Gore.
Added by Ethel Gore on Apr 29, 2016 4:02 PM
|Wayne Augustine||additional information on memorial|
Hello Lisa: I appreciate you good work! I am researching members of Civil War soldiers that served in the Civil War in the US Signal Corps. One of the Memorials that you manage is Dr Charles S Taft who was the Chief Surgeon of the Signal Corps during its existence during the war at Georgetown DC and was one of the attending Doctors
at Lincolns death. It was stated in you bio of him that he was a field Doctor whenall of his actual service was in the Georgetown, DC camp of instruction of the Signal Corps. Please, at your convenience, correct the bio and attribute his actual service to the Signal Corps would be much appreciated. You have my very best regards for all the wonderful work you do in memorializing those that served, Wayne Augustine, Chicago, IL
Added by Wayne Augustine on Apr 21, 2016 11:26 PM
I was a friend of Jonathan's, and was at his funeral. First of all, thank you for including him on Find-a-Grave. I noticed you had the burial listed as "unknown." Jonathan was buried in the Riverside Cemetery in Lincoln, NH. I hope that helps.
Added by gavia on Apr 21, 2016 5:36 PM
|May Flowers||Memorial transfer request|
Hi Lisa, I should have asked in my previous message to get the memorial for Dorothy Caroline Huguelet, Louis Huguelet Jr's wife, transfered to me as well. She is my great aunt. Memorial #95946081.
Thanks again for your consideration of these requests.
Added by May Flowers on Apr 15, 2016 4:09 PM
|May Flowers||Memorial transfer request|
Hi Lisa. Would it be possible to get memorial #95945552, Louise Emil Huguelet Jr, transfered to me. This is my great uncle and I would love to be able to maintain his memorial.
Thank you for your consideration of my request.
Added by May Flowers on Apr 15, 2016 4:01 PM
|Ethel Gore||Margaret Jane Martindale|
Find a grave # 98800711. You have added a picture of Margaret and her husband William. I was wondering if you are related. Margaret would have been my great Aunt. Thanks for any information you may have. Ethe Gore.
Added by Ethel Gore on Apr 07, 2016 10:47 AM
|S K||Changes to a cemetery name|
Hello, I found the burials you had listed in Italy, including Rosa Cleveland (sister of the president). I just wanted to pass on the info regarding the name of the cemetery where she and a few others are listed. It is not the American Anglican Church Cemetery in Lucca, Italy. Instead it is the English Cemetery in Bagni di Lucca, province of Lucca, Toscana, Italy. The cemetery was founded in 1840 after a couple requested permission from Duke Carlo Ludovico of Lucca to build an Anglican church and cemetery for the many English who frequently came to the town for the hot springs. I have a few others buried there that I want add, but noticed the issue with the cemetery name and place. Thank you for getting these individuals online. There are 139 burials there, the last in 1953. Thank you for the work you have done on this site.
Added by S K on Apr 05, 2016 7:25 PM
|Paula||RE: Oaklynn Cemetery|
Thank you for your help..
Was the county able to give you a list of the burials?
We are trying to find deeds for the plots, but that's going to be a long job as nothing is indexed.
So far we have found nine veteran's graves including a couple that no one knew were there.
I have to post a lot of new names and pictures but I'm not 100% sure how to do so.
Added by Paula on Mar 09, 2016 8:28 AM