|Tim Gruber||RE: Joseph Lemon Bane|
I would really rather you transfer the memorial to me. He is my direct ancestor within four generations and not just some other relative. Is there some reason why you want to hold onto this memorial? Is he also your direct ancestor?
Added by Tim Gruber on May 11, 2016 7:35 AM
|Jimmy DeHart Sr||RE: Memorial 28678969|
First, that section of ground is for the Evans family. If you look at all the grave markers there this marker is the largest and most prevalent for the Evans family. John Evans Sr was the most distinguished member of the Evans family. He lived only a block away from the cemetery, his son also only lived a couple blocks away, his home still stands on Sharpless Rd "John Evans Sr.". John donated the land the church is built on and formed the London Britain Township both in the year 1725. John owned most if not all of the land in London Britain township where the Church is located. I could not 100% read or say this is his grave marker but I would put a stake on it that it is. Also note he died two years after his son, John would've been buried next to his son. His grave marker would've been like his sons but better, John Sr was so much more well known to the residents all around. Looking at the choices you have this would have to be his grave marker. John Sr. would not have had just a stone, there is no others of this type to choose from and this type of marker would have not washed away in any flood!
Added by Jimmy DeHart Sr on Mar 13, 2016 1:45 PM
|Kenneth Neundorf||Jeremiah Rufus Long|
Thanks for all the great information.
Added by Kenneth Neundorf on Mar 10, 2016 6:54 PM
My error, I did not look first. I see now that his last name has been corrected. Thank you, that will help some with searches.
Added by HJ on Mar 09, 2016 4:23 AM
|HJ||RE: Jno. B. Ackburn|
Thank you for posting the military info. One question--how will anyone find him in a search, if the name remains entered incorrectly? If you look carefully at the top photo of the marker, you can see the bottom horizontal leg of the partially missing letter "L." The name was not inscribed incorrectly, the stone is damaged. Also, the policy does state to use full names when known. No one searching for John Blackburn will find the memorial for Jno Ackburn. Will you please reconsider correcting his name? Thank you!
Added by HJ on Mar 09, 2016 4:12 AM
|Deb McCallister||RE: Pvt John W Hull 69914600|
Per Illinois Soldier Burial Places: 1774 -1974
he died in 1905 and is buried in Lacon Cemetery
Added by Deb McCallister on Mar 01, 2016 2:55 PM
|Cathleen Sheibley Miller Kalin||RE: Jabesh Heaton|
Thank you so much for the transfer. I will take good care of his memorial. Keep up the great work and its been a pleasure working with you.
Added by Cathleen Sheibley Miller ... on Feb 26, 2016 7:40 AM
Well that was fast... the holder of Mrs. Buckingham's listing had the correct photo and there was just a small mix up. All is corrected and I'm going to click your updates through now!
Added by JM on Feb 16, 2016 6:43 PM
|JM||Walter Buckingham Spouse|
Hello! You submitted parents and a spouse for Mr. Buckingham. I trust your information, however I wonder if you noticed the photo attached to the listing for the spouse you specified (Rachel C Hildebrand Find A Grave #94279452)... it looks like it's for two other people (photograph added and page created by the same contributor). Any idea what's up? I submitted a message to that contributor as well, but I figured I'd point it out to you prior to making the approval on your changes.
Added by JM on Feb 16, 2016 6:14 PM
|Michael Dutton||RE: Job Meredith Frazier|
Thank you so very much!
Added by Michael Dutton on Jan 11, 2016 10:28 AM
|Michael Dutton||Job Meredith Frazier|
I submitted, through proper channels with Find A Grave, a request to change the links for his father and mother. This request based on the family history book by Griffin Guy Frazier. Refer to page 35 Ref # 6 for parentage, and Ref # 26 for Job and his siblings. Father should be 13218276 & Mother should be 13218268.
Added by Michael Dutton on Jan 09, 2016 10:35 AM
|Gravestone Recorder||RE: Jos Morris Sr|
Thank you for the correction. I've moved the photo.
It would be helpful if you would use the edit tabs on the memorial.
Added by Gravestone Recorder on Jan 02, 2016 7:34 PM
|texastee ||RE: Peter Evans Memorial|
Thank you for the updates.
Added by texastee on Dec 06, 2015 8:35 PM
|Don Henderson||Ernest Lewis & Ernest Lewis|
Wow! Same names other than middle initials, same year of death in same cemetery - but oviously different people born decades apart. My bad.
Added by Don Henderson on Nov 18, 2015 5:09 PM
|Cindy Hopps Benedict||RE: Wise Cem visit|
Thanks so much. I will contact them.
Added by Cindy Hopps Benedict on Nov 11, 2015 4:31 AM
|Ace||RE: Mary Hannemann|
The info for Mary on Ancestry.com states that she was buried in Forest Park, Illinois, not Forest Home Cemetery.
I looked at the burials for December 1928 for Forest Home (and Waldheim German) Cemetery, and I did not see her name listed.
There are three other major cemeteries in Forest Park: Concordia, Waldheim Jewish, and Woodlawn. If you contact them hopefully they can tell you if she is buried at one of them.
Sometimes records are missing, so you can also check with Forest Home at 773-287-0772. This cemetery does not assist volunteer photographers so the only way to know if she is actually buried here is to contact the office. Since this cemetery has over 150,000 burials it is nearly impossible to fulfill a photo request without the burial plot.
Added by Ace on Oct 23, 2015 7:40 PM
|Ace||RE: Mary Hannemann|
Please contact the cemetery to obtain the burial plot (Section and Lot numbers). This cemetery does not help photo volunteers.
Most of the reason that there are over 300 unfilled photo requests at the cemetery is that the volunteer photographers cannot obtain the burial plots.
Hardly anyone photographers at this cemetery because they choose to not be helpful to those of us seeking to help you and other photo requestors. I still photograph here, but I cannot get the plot myself.
Thank you! Ace
Added by Ace on Oct 23, 2015 2:57 PM
|Cindy Lauman||Alice Glover|
Sorry- I should have included the memorial # of the duplicate entry for Alice Glover. It is:
Your entry is (and our shared ancestor!):
Added by Cindy Lauman on Oct 08, 2015 12:04 PM
|Cindy Lauman||Alice Glover|
It looks as though another contributor has entered in a duplicate entry on Alice Glover. Here is the link:
She has some of the information wrong (ie BD) but enough to see it is the same person. I am contacting you (instead of contributor Linda) because I am very familiar with your work and trust your findings. She does have more info about Alice's 2nd husband William Vestel and the children from that marriage.
Added by Cindy Lauman on Oct 08, 2015 11:57 AM
|Ivan Waddell||Isaac Davis.|
Ref memorial 313718546 for Isaac Davis. I believe you have Isaac's grandmother (Hannah James Davis 132221225) listed as his mother. According to you memorial it should be Nancy Ann Lewis Davis 32876429. Can your review and correct if necessary. Thanks
Added by Ivan Waddell on Sep 28, 2015 9:10 PM
|Todd Whitesides||RE: Dic. of National Bio.|
The list of sources they supply for each entry is really helpful. Good luck in your research.
Added by Todd Whitesides on Sep 28, 2015 8:50 PM
|Todd Whitesides||John Wilde at Wherwell|
There are multiple published accounts of his burial at Wherwell. Try looking him up in the incredibly useful Dictionary of National Biography, available at most libraries and online. I've seen at least two other books myself that confirm his burial there.
Added by Todd Whitesides on Sep 28, 2015 9:27 AM
|Bob Stokley||Susan Forbes 100085384|
I believe it is probable that according to her memorial #100085384, Susan Forbes is buried in the wrong cemetery. I believe the correct cemetery would be the Stokely Cemetery in Newland, Pasquotank County as all available evidence would indicate this. Her death certificate states she was living in Newland Township at the time of her death and only that she was to be buried in the "Stokly" Cemetery.In the 1920 Pasquotank Census, she is living in the household of a cousin, W. James Gregory, in Newland (This Gregory line goes back to Rhoda Stokely, dt. of Isaac Stokely and Lydia Albertson, who m. Isaac B. Gregory.) William James Gregory is buried in the Stokely Cemetery in Newland as well as his wife, Anna Turner Gregory. It would stand to reason, since she had no other family, that she would be buried in the cemetery with her relatives.
Added by Bob Stokley on Sep 21, 2015 8:01 AM
|Pat D.||RE: Livengood inscription|
Hi...Thank you for your response.
I sent out quite a few edits about these old inscriptions, and another Find A Grave contributor seems interested in more info. So I am going to scan the article tonight and if you would like to have copies of the 7 pages, let me know. I am sorry but the article does not feature individual tombstone pictures, but it is very interesting nonetheless, especially if you might know these western Pa. cemeteries.
Added by Pat D. on Sep 15, 2015 7:09 PM
|Robert Werlinger||Mary A. Landgraf|
Thank you for adding the maiden name of Johnson for the memorial of Mary A. Landgraf.
Find A Grave Memorial# 40160873
Added by Robert Werlinger on Sep 14, 2015 9:52 AM