|Mark Maxwell||Ephraim Seeley|
I have been notified that your entry is a duplicate of an entry I made 2 years prior. Also note, that I personally visited & photographed Ephrian Seeley's grave site in Old Presbyterian Church Cemetery, a couple miles north of Old Stone Church Cemetery, indicating your entry is not in the correct cemetery and should be deleted.
Added by Mark Maxwell on Jun 21, 2015 11:13 AM
|Jay Led||Jane Minugh Memorial|
Thank you, Dan.
My now deceased mother and I tried to find this grave in person, many years ago, when I lived in Manhattan. How I wish she was still alive, so I could share this page with her.
Many of our ancestors, including Jane's parents, William and Abigail, lived in lower NYC in its earliest days. They were mainly seamen. One ancestor, John Minugh, was a harbor master, during the era of Cornelius Vanderbilt.
Our Minugh history in the USA is documented, all the way back to New Amsterdam. "Valentine's History of Old New York City" lists our family name among the Huguenots, who fled to America with the Dutch in the 1600's.
Added by Jay Led on Jun 18, 2015 4:25 PM
|Shelley Fleming||Thank you Dan|
for transferring my GGF James West to me.
Very appreciative of your time and dedication.
Added by Shelley Fleming on Jun 07, 2015 2:18 PM
|Julia Kaiserjewelya||Samuel Pierson|
I am related to Samuel Pierson and can trace the lineage as far back as 1634. Samuel was a messenger for general George Washington during the battle of Monmouth. Samuel Pierson was a fine Horsman and a man of great courage and strength who Washington entrusted with several important and Perilous commissions in caring out one of these during the battle of Monmouth, Pierson was compelled to ride right in front of enemy lines of barrel and in full range of their guns; two horses were shot from under him, one of which in falling, injured the riders leg, but he was mounted on the third and carried out the commanders orders. Washington warmly commended him, and said "I feared when you set out with the orders that I should never see you again."
Added by Julia Kaiserjewelya on May 25, 2015 11:55 AM
The write up says G Verdi died in 1901 in Italy and is buried there. How can it be listed that he is buried in Forest Lawn in Buffalo? This is a commemorative statue reinstalled from Kleinhan's Music Hall. Info is confusing. Are there more details available? Or shouldn't it be clarified re: burial status?
Added by KT on May 12, 2015 11:08 AM
Hi Mr. Silva,
Thank you so much for the information on Reuben Fowler. I've added it to his memorial.
Added by Dee Ferris on May 10, 2015 5:08 PM
|TBarfield||Colonel John Banister|
Hi Dan, the image of the colored painting you have for Col. John Banister is often confused with Col. John, but it is actually a John Banister from Rhode Island and was painted by painter Gilbert Stuart. I just posted the real picture of Col. John Banister of Petersburg...my 5th great grandfather.
Added by TBarfield on Apr 27, 2015 8:39 PM
|Maureen||Huldah Kent Bloomfield|
Thanks for your quick response! I appreciate it! have a great day!
Added by Maureen on Mar 12, 2015 6:15 AM
|Maureen||Ellis and Huldah (Kent) Bloomfield|
Good Morning Dan,
Would you be so kind as to add the picture that you have for Ellis Bloomfield in Old Colonial Cemetery to his wife Huldah Kent Bloomfield's memorial as well. She is # 143630961.
I'm working on attaching the family members from First Presbyterian up the road. Thanks do much!
Added by Maureen on Mar 12, 2015 5:46 AM
|Betsy ||James Croft, Revolutionary Soldier (Vancourtlandville Cemetery, Westchester County, NY)|
I have added pertinent information for my ancestor James Croft on his memorial page. Your note spurred me to do this. (I was actually surprised that I hadn't done it before!) Thanks for the "nudge".
Added by Betsy on Feb 20, 2015 1:34 PM
|Sue McDuffe:)||Elizabeth (Channing) Moore|
Hi Dan: "thanks and yes you can take the information from my memorial for Elizabeth. Please let me know when this is done and I will delete my duplicate. Also, their son the Rt Rev Richard Channing Moore #15009561, needs to be linked to Thomas and Elizabeth".
Added by Sue McDuffe:) on Feb 01, 2015 10:58 AM
|Eric Baker||RE: Biographical information|
Thanks for adding the edits and biographical information. I see that you have a special interest in the graves of veterans of the Revolution. Since there is no existing marker for David Baker I have sent an e-mail to the organization which is the Friends of the Battle of Brandywine requesting that they take a photo of the Brandywine Battlefield historical marker and send it to me so I can post it on David Baker's memorial page. I do not want to copy an existing photo of this marker which appears on the internet as this would violate the rules of findagrave.com. For a number of years I did Revolutionary War reenacting and was a member of the Royal Welch Fusiliers reenactment group. I am a bit old for that kind of activity now but I still maintain a strong interest in Revolutionary War history. Many thanks, Eric Baker
Added by Eric Baker on Dec 12, 2014 10:50 AM
|Eric Baker||Biographical information|
Hello: I have sent to your e-mail account some biographical information regarding David Baker who died in Morristown in 1835. I have also sent some other edits.
On another note I have enjoyed reading your biographical information of famous persons such as Richard Somers.
Added by Eric Baker on Dec 12, 2014 8:23 AM
|Emma (Shrum) Butler Duke||Dr. David Combs|
I greatly appreicate the memorial transfer, thank you very much, Emma.
Added by Emma (Shrum) Butler Duke on Nov 30, 2014 7:15 AM
Thank you for transferring the memorial of William Sheldon; who is buried at Cimetière du Père Lachaise (cemetery) in Paris, France to my care.
Dan, it is thanks to individuals like you; who's incredible contributions here at Find-a-Grave are invaluable to individuals like me doing family research. ~ with appreciation, George Gaston
Added by GMG on Nov 17, 2014 6:58 AM
|Judy Breckley||Hezekiah Lore|
Everything I've seen on Hezekiah Lore says he was born in Southold, Long Island in 1697. Could you tell me where you got the information that he was born in Holbrook? Any assistance you could give me would be appreciated.
Added by Judy Breckley on Nov 09, 2014 3:35 AM
Dear Dan You Have a GEORGE RIKER DODGE # 61324471 it might be my GGGG UNCLE but you need to fix the birth date 20 Feb 1809 knot 29 Feb 1809. There is no 29 of Feb in 1809.
Thank You on your in put keep up the good work.
MY F A G # is 47916397
Added by Bradley on Nov 01, 2014 5:02 PM
|Bonnie1man||Lewis Blachy d 1777 in Hilltop Cemetery NJ|
I couldn't find the stone and I've photographed all stones in the cemetery. In the 1926 Cemetery directory it listed him as Lewis Blachley d 1777 and he should be next to Daniel Blachley d 1788. There are many missing or unreadable stones in this part of the cemetery.
Added by Bonnie1man on Oct 03, 2014 5:35 AM
|Robin Liashek-Delaney||WILLIAM P. SANDFORD|
Added a picture to his memorial page. I took it August 27, 1989. Who knew walking through old cemeteries and taking pictures would come in handy 25 years later! Using an online birth/death/age calculator, puts his birth date at about October 10, 1761. Here is the link if you ever find the need for one.
Added by Robin Liashek-Delaney on Aug 07, 2014 11:28 AM
|Al Cross||Ralph Cross|
Thank you so much for your quick response.
Added by Al Cross on Jul 15, 2014 7:56 PM
|MissKitty||William 'Lord Stirling' Alexander gravestone photo|
May I have your permission to download the photo of the gravestone of William 'Lord Stirling' Alexander (Memorial# 8369419)?
I would like to upload it into my Ancestry family tree.
Thank you for your consideration.
Added by MissKitty on Jul 14, 2014 3:20 PM
Hello - You took a photo for Josiah Woodruff at Connecticut Farms (#8868896). I am interested in his wife, Esther Earle, who is also buried there. Do you live nearby and if so, next time you are there could you please see if she is next to her husband? I'm interested in any Earle family there. Much appreciated - Kimberly
Added by Kimberly on Jul 10, 2014 3:13 PM
|Paul Nichols||Augustus C. Ludlow - bio|
The bio on the memorial of Augustus C. Ludlow, memorial 13030424, states that he was involved in the Mexican War (1846-1848), but he died in 1813 during the War of 1812.
Added by Paul Nichols on Jun 15, 2014 11:10 AM
|George Harger||Duplicates in South Cemetery|
Gen Ebenezer, Col Ebenezer & Infant Son Learned: Duplicates have been eliminated and all data was preserved to your originals. Many, many duplicates have been eliminated via merger.
Added by George Harger on Jun 07, 2014 9:47 AM
Thanks Dan for letting me know about Gertrude Ogden's husband David. Don't know how I thought David was her husband, but who knows. All of these Ogdens are my family from the early days in Stamford Connecticut and New York to Elizabeth, New Jersey.
Added by Saratoga on May 31, 2014 5:17 AM