|Linda KEOWN||RE: Abraham Vickers and Mary France|
One of the perks of being self-employed.....I have posted the great-great grandson of Thomas Vickers on my site of Find a Grave. I have been to the cemetery in Burton CO, IL where William Vickers (#130145566)is buried with his wife Anna Reeder (#13014337) as is their daughter Margaret Vickers and her husband Richard William Richards, but someone else already had them on Find a Grave if you want to check them out. I come from the Richards line through my paternal grandmother Sibyl Richards Keown. Hope you find this interesting. I am retired so I can spent waaaaaay too much time at this!
Added by Linda KEOWN on Sep 17, 2014 9:42 AM
|Linda KEOWN||RE: Abraham Vickers and Mary France|
Fantastic information! Thanks for your super-speedy reply. If I find out anything more about the family, I will be sure to share.
Added by Linda KEOWN on Sep 17, 2014 9:06 AM
|Linda KEOWN||Abraham Vickers and Mary France|
Good morning, Becky. I am also a descendant of Abraham Vickers and Mary France and I was wondering if you can share with me the sources confirming Abraham's birth in New Jersey in 1691. I have not been able to find a definitive source. I am also curious to know anything you might have to share about Abraham's parents Thomas Vickers and Esther Borden. Thanks for your willingness to share.
Added by Linda KEOWN on Sep 17, 2014 8:42 AM
Are you related to the Doans in Elmview, Howland Twp. Manitoulin Island? My g-uncle by marriage was James Albert Doan and is buried in Hilly Grove Cemetery on the Island. He was first married to my g-aunt Lizzie Humphrey.
Added by bjsgd on Sep 16, 2014 4:10 PM
|David G. Stuart||Re: George Siedhoff|
Glad you enjoyed the information about George Siedhoff. Take a look at my information about the Old Mission Mausoleum. George was the general contractor on that 34 year project. We have made contact with each other in the past and I thank you for your help and support.
David in Wichita
Added by David G. Stuart on Sep 15, 2014 3:11 PM
|Katherine H.||RE: William & James Doan(e)|
I'm very sorry to hear that the information is missing. We were surprised to see how many unmarked sites were at the cemetery. I'm not sure if the cemetery administration would have any additional information or if you've contacted them already - just a hopeful suggestion. Thanks for the messages letting me know you saw the photos.
Added by Katherine H. on Sep 15, 2014 2:43 PM
|Jessica Dulis||RE: Thistle|
You're very welcome.
Added by Jessica Dulis on Sep 15, 2014 11:30 AM
|Mary Ann Loss||Denis|
I have transferred the Denis family to you as I am not related. And that was before I saw your note about the obituary. Please add it at your convenience as I no longer have access.
And would you kindly consider adding photo requests for both of them? There's a team of photographers working in Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery and they like to fill photo requests.
Take good care,
Added by Mary Ann Loss on Sep 12, 2014 10:10 AM
Thanks so much for taking care of the hyperlinks for his memorial page. I appreciate your help.
Added by delkan on Sep 11, 2014 7:54 AM
|Scott Messerschmidt||Margaret Sierer Schlenker|
Thank you for taken your time to take a picture of Margaret Sierer Schlenker headstone
Added by Scott Messerschmidt on Sep 09, 2014 1:13 AM
|Greg Hetzler||Find A Grave Memorial# 34251064|
Hi, Many family links have been accepted by others, there are still a few to be made, I wanted you to be aware of the updates.
Added by Greg Hetzler on Sep 08, 2014 2:50 PM
I wondered if I should submit an edit request but will leave that up to you!
Added by suscat on Sep 07, 2014 7:55 PM
|D Barnhardt||Names at Doan Cemetery|
Regarding the graves you submitted for Doan Cemetery in Port Colborne: how did you document the names when most of the headstones are virtually unreadable? Did you go by cemetery records? You did not submit any photos, so you probably did not use that to decipher the inscriptions. Even rubbing the stones would not make most of them clear. I am just curious!!! Diane
Added by D Barnhardt on Sep 04, 2014 7:57 PM
|D Barnhardt||Inaccurate transcriptions!|
So sorry... the 'infant' one is wrong and at least one other as well. I finally found the Doan cemetery yesterday (I had not driven far enough down the road before so really did not 'miss' it, just never got to the right spot at all) and wanted to look at and input some of the photos last night. But it was getting late and I think I was a little bleary-eyed!! So please change them right away! I have more pics to add and will do that soon. I was also getting a little confused looking at my tree of Knisleys/Sherks/Binglemans/etc. and going back and forth with the photos to see who is who! Again, sorry for the mistake(s) .. Diane
Added by D Barnhardt on Sep 04, 2014 2:29 PM
|sheila deinhart||Susannah Packer Baker|
Hi Becky hoping you could help me Please ? I'm doing mt family tree and I have hit a big wall with Susan and her tree . On Isabella's Find A Grave date of death has March 19 , 1664 Kent , England . Susannah's bithday October 23 ,1664 ? If you could explain I would appreciate it . Just one of many obstacles in looking into ancestors . A labor of love .
Thanks , Sheila Deinhart
Added by sheila deinhart on Sep 03, 2014 12:47 AM
|Jonathan Bader||Ronald and WW Finney|
I just found this site and the information and pictures of Ronald Finney and WW Finney and noticed you created the site. Interesting information and pictures. My dad, Robert Bader, wrote "the Great Kansas Bond Scandal" about the Finneys life and downfall. Ronald is - I think - a cousin of Dads. I was just wondering about your connection to the Finneys. Couldn't figure it out from your bio. Can you describe?
When I was in college Dad bought WW's Neosho Falls house and I spent many hours there painting and repairing it and became familiar with the history.
Jonathan Bader (Wisconsin)
Added by Jonathan Bader on Aug 28, 2014 1:13 PM
|James Lemon||Agnes Goodsir|
I went back and review the original photos so I would know who was with who. The original Goodsir large headstone was 6388, Agnes was 6389 and Margaret was 6390
My guess for parents would be Michael 1865 and Jane 1865, just a guess.
Added by James Lemon on Jun 23, 2014 3:48 PM
|Norman S. Cole Jr. and Geraldine V. (Beard) Cole||Daniel Cole|
Hi please take notice that Daniel father William James Cole and mother Susan Bale Cole may not be has father and mother !!! Because in Daniel will he does say has mother is Frances ??? is has mother !!! I have Job Cole Born 1885 as has father !!! Your information on Daniel father and mother is miss leading !!!! You should take off William James Cole and Susan Bale Cole as has Parents !!!! This is my line on the Cole family, been doing this for over fifty years.. Thank You
Added by Norman S. Cole Jr. and Ge... on May 28, 2014 7:47 PM
|Fran Moritz-Booth||RE: Hazel Vern Crary|
Thanks so much for your response I appreciate it. If I learn anything more I will let you know.
Added by Fran Moritz-Booth on Apr 11, 2014 2:35 PM
|Fran Moritz-Booth||Hazel Vern Crary|
Hi Becky...do you know where Hazel was buried was it in Arizona? I was also wondering if anyone knows what happened to all his genealogy research and notes. was it donated somewhere? Let me know if you know. I am his Great neice, and grandaughter of his brother Frank Glenn Crary.
Thanks - Fran Moritz-Booth
Added by Fran Moritz-Booth on Apr 11, 2014 1:02 PM
|Carrie Woolverton||Jasper and James Doan|
Becky, I am trying to link Jasper Newton Doan with his father, James Doan (jr.), his grandfather James Doan (sr.) and his great grandfather, Thomas Doan. I have the 1850 McNairy Co., TN census which shows Jasper living with his parents, James and Elizabeth Doan. Do you have a link (will or probate record) linking James Doan (jr.) to his parents James (sr.) and Mary Doan? Or James (sr.) to his father, Thomas Doan? Please let me know. Thank you kindly. Carrie Woolverton firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Carrie Woolverton on Apr 02, 2014 2:11 PM
|Toots||107966334 William Lowther II|
I feel good about my sources. I used John O'Hart a lot and found documentation in other reliable sources. As you browse through you will see the sources.
Also the mix-up occurs with the wives of the Hughs.
My line comes through Robert 126385760. This is where the trouble starts because the Hughs who descended from Robert's brother, Gilbert 127139509.
I have both lines with good sources in findagrave.com to clarify the mix-ups and the right Hughs married to the right wives.
Take a look at Hugh 126386894 to get the second Hugh in my line marriages straight. Look at Gilbert's son Hugh's wife 127144144 to get the second line correct.
Have a good time. I have tried to get correct info to Ancestry.com and anyone who has it mixed-up. It is a mess out there.
Added by Toots on Mar 31, 2014 10:39 AM
|rjsko||RE: Aaron S. Doan #127024655|
Hi Becky! Aaron's wife, Naomi Barton, was my 3x great aunt. I got copies of their death certificates from the PA Archives because I could not figure out where they were buried either. They had five children; Myrtle, Grace, William, George and Ira. Aaron's death certificate states that he was 'handled' by H.J. Deckard, the undertaker in Marysville, (which was right down the street from Chestnut Grove Cemetery, and now owned by another family) but it says his place of burial is Harrisburg, PA, on October 30, 1915. I suspect he was buried in East Harrisburg Cemetery, since that is where most of the Doan family is as well. Their son, George, provided the information to the local registar and probably handled the arrangements. However, Naomi passed away before Aaron, and prior to her death, she was living in Marysville with their son, William, and his family. So her death certificate, with information provided by William, states that she was buried in Chestnut Grove in Marysville, on February 12, 1915. I would bet that William is buried in Chestnut Grove, too.
It is my understanding that the state keeps track of deaths, but the county keeps track of burials, so the only way to know for sure would be to check the records at the Dauphin and Perry County courthouses. Hope that helps!
Added by rjsko on Mar 30, 2014 10:00 PM
|rjsko||Aaron S. Doan #127024655|
Hi Becky! I have a copy of his death certificate, and it states that his remains were buried in Harrisburg. Please contact me.
Added by rjsko on Mar 30, 2014 10:44 AM
|Terrance B. Sweeney||Doan relations|
Hi Becky: I have a group of Doans in Saskatchewan you may be interested in. Please search for Stony Beach Cemetery.
Added by Terrance B. Sweeney on Mar 23, 2014 1:15 PM