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Becky Doan (#46821009)
 member for 9 years, 1 month, 15 days
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Charles W. Lewis
I'm just curious where you came up with the middle name of Wesley, for Charles W. Lewis, buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Emporia, KS. He was my mother's brother, and as far as I know, and have in our family history.......his middle name was William. thank you

Added by zzbarn on Feb 28, 2015 3:41 PM

Cheryl Henry
Gibson
When I looked at the request early this am, it had becky doan. That was what threw me when I got to the uploading and saw that they were already done. I am still not receiving my emails from findagrave. I talked with a lady from ancestry one day. She also does findagrave. She told me to email one of the names under faqs, but they never answered. If I am open and on my email account, I receive the email, but if I am not logged on the internet or on another site, it won't leave a message. Anonymous--boy I wish I knew who he was. He is getting emails for Maplewood, but I can't. I go there everyday when I am on the internet, but so many come on in the evening and I don't have the internet in the evening--unless I sit outside the library. I can in nice weather, but too cold lately! Don't know what happened on that request.

Added by Cheryl Henry on Feb 28, 2015 10:24 AM

Cheryl Henry
Gibson
Becky,

You requested Riley Gibson's photo, but had Fred's dates. But when I went to upload the photo, I found that both Fred and Riley already had photos. Did you want someone else's photo? Cheryl

Added by Cheryl Henry on Feb 28, 2015 8:33 AM

David McInturff
Fred Harrison Andrews
Thanks for this transfer as well. It was unexpected.

Added by David McInturff on Feb 27, 2015 12:09 PM

David McInturff
Helen L. McEnterfer Andrews
Thanks so much for the quick transfer. I appreciate that. That has to be one of the fastest transfers ever!

Added by David McInturff on Feb 27, 2015 12:07 PM

Jane J. Hinkle
Hinkle
Are you related to the Hinkles that you have listed? I have discovered Wallace Hinkle buried in Fort Smith, Arkansas who is the son of Hugh Hinkle and Alice Hinkle in Kansas.

Added by Jane J. Hinkle on Feb 26, 2015 3:48 PM

John P
doan family
Hi Becky
I'm researching the Doane family for my dad whose grandfather was Russell Doan, decendant of Joseph Doane. Noticed the following in the post for Joseph and was wondering where I might find this family history book. Thanks!

Joseph is #228, The Doane Family, Vol. I, p. 233.

Added by John P on Feb 26, 2015 3:03 PM

christina wheeler
chester arthur boggs grave
hi, it's me again. i looked up death certificates of those on the list i sent you, and the only ones i could find were elmer kenneth boggs, son of chester arthur boggs, nancy boggs and eliphis boggs, father of chester arthur. they showed place of burial as being on home farm or home cemetery. i hope that is helpfu.. chris wheeler

Added by christina wheeler on Feb 22, 2015 9:28 AM

christina wheeler
RE: chester arthur boggs grave
hi! it seems that chester arthur boggs owned the property where the cemetery is. his property butted up against the oscar kazee property. oscar and ollie (wife of chester arthur ) were brother and sister. so, if chester owned the property then it would be called the bogg's cemetery. there are several different cemeteries in lawrence county, ky that have same names.for instance: my husband's family in buried in the castle at blaine. well there are several castle cemeteries in lawrence county, and i find that the castle cemetery in ulyssis has some of the people that are buried at blaine listed at the ulyssis castle cemetery, and i don"t know how to get that corrected. i couldn't find the listing for this cemetery on the internet. i'll keep trying to find it. the listing i have is:pfc harold boggs 1922-1944, chesster arthur boggs 1887-1960, ollie kazee boggs 1887-1972, clyde kazee 1903-1945, pollie kazee 1876-1918,m.f. kazee 1872-1950, elmer kenneth boggs 1916-1918,julina boggs 181-1914, nancy boggs 1866-1933, charley albert boggs 1892-1894, martha jane boggs 1835-1886, eliphus boggs 1833-1916, infant of eliphus and julina boggs no dates. hope this not too confusing and that it helps you. thanks. any more question, contact me. chris wheeler.

Added by christina wheeler on Feb 21, 2015 12:09 PM

christina wheeler
chester arthur boggs grave
chester arthur boggs is not buried in the parker-boggs cemetery on caines creek. he is buried in a cemetery located behind the old oscar kazee's home place on big laurel in lawrence county, ky. i have been there and copied his info and his wife's info from their grave stones. there are a few kazees' buried there and a few boggs. arthur boggs' son stacy married my husband's sister leanore wheeler. if you would like a list of the cemetery, i can send it to you. does carrie boggs have a tombstone in the parker boggs cemetery? she is my husband's aunt. her mother della boggs is the second wife of my husband's g.father marion harrison wheeler. you have her listed as dying september 24, 1958. that is incorrect. i do not have an exact death date for her, but she died between 1908 and 1910. her son ossie was born 1906. she had another son estell who died young and he is buried in the yatesville cemetery along with mother, della. marion remarried the third time to artie justice griffith in 1910. their first child was born july 2, 1911. could you tell me where you got the info on della's death date so i can look at it? della and marion did not divorce.also, you have a listing in the parker boggs cemetery for a martha osborne b.1865, d.1915. can you tell me who she was and who she was married to. my mother was an osborn and her people are buried in the osborn cemetery on little laurel in lawrence county,ky. i have the old listing of the osborn cemetery and info on marion wheeler, etc. if you are interested. my husband is harry wheeler and his father was lon wheeler son of marion wheeler and his first wife laura mckinney. if you would like any info, just contact me. you have my e-mail. thanks. also,you may find some have my husband as being deceased on dec. 15, 1985. not so. that is our marriage date and he is very much alive. he was born 1925 and will be 90 years old on may. 20, 2015. thanks, chris wheeler

Added by christina wheeler on Feb 19, 2015 11:56 AM

Susie Awerkamp-Arviso
RE: George Dossey
Awe, thank you, Becky! The envelope was addressed to a C. D. Caylor in 1951 and it contained the marriage certificate of George Dossey and Gentry Roberts Dossey. But I did notice that the same george Dossey married again in 1912, 3 years after marrying Gentry Roberts Dossey. I figured she must have died since divorce wasn't real common back then. But maybe they did. Who knows? I'm curious as to how this letter was found at a park in Kansas on the ground. I would like to see it go to a descendent of George Dossey, or maybe a family descendent of Gentry Roberts Dossey. Thanks Becky.

Susie

Added by Susie Awerkamp-Arviso on Jan 28, 2015 10:04 AM

Martin Weybright
Alvira Ault
The photo is not mine so I can't transfer it. You can ask Find A Grave to merge the two memorials which will keep all pictures and flowers.

Added by Martin Weybright on Jan 08, 2015 10:20 AM

Mary S. Scott
Maria Anglemire Tedrow
Dear Becky,

Received your note with the biography data for Maria. I revised it a bit to clarify family members and relationships.

There is some confusion about the state where Maria was born. In the 1850 U.S. Federal Census, Maria's birthplace is also listed as New York but the 1880 U.S. Federal Census and her actual death record state she was born in Pennsylvania.

Part of the problem is that the family of Emmanuel Anglemire lived on the border between Pennsylvania and New York State for a while. I would have to review the information I have on this family to make a better determination. One of the problems seems to be that the family moved around a lot.

Emmanuel Anglemire never seemed to be in one spot for that long of a time.

I have a copy of the autobiography of Ephraim Anglemire and also the Civil War Pension Record for Ephraim and Daniel Tedrow. I will try to check out these sources for further confirmation.

Maybe we can compare notes in the future and see what we both know about Maria.

Best wishes,

Mary Scott

Added by Mary S. Scott on Nov 15, 2014 1:45 AM

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.

Fran

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

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.

Toots

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

 
 

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