|Vashti Supplee||Seeva Supplee|
Thank You Thank You!! I have been at a dead end for Seeva Supplee for 40 years!! I had no accurate spelling for his first name and being a last born son of Andrew (older brother to Peter Supplee who fought in the Revolutionary War)and son of Hance Supplee - I could not find him!
This record and the grave marker of his wife Anna Roxborough Supplee completes a missing link in my personal family tree. Thanks for the work!!
Added by Vashti Supplee on Apr 15, 2014 1:41 PM
|James Irwin||RE: Aaron H Davis 1814-1872|
I live about 2 miles from both of these cemetery's, and have family in both. Yesterday I went out to take pictures and took pictures of Aaron and his wife's headstones in Springdale Cemetery, I dont't know if they were maybe moved or what but trust me they are in Springdale, Thanks James Irwin
Added by James Irwin on Mar 09, 2014 8:51 AM
|Deanna||Anna Mabel (Schiller) Braun|
I found the name of the cememtery - Gethsemane Cemetery in Wayne County, Detroit, MI.
Added by Deanna on Mar 02, 2014 5:21 PM
|Deanna||Anna Mabel (Schiller) Braun|
I am trying to find the gravestone of a cousin. I found it on findagrave but no picture of her gravestone. Could you take a pic for me? Her name is Anna Mabel (schiller) Braun . Thank you. Deanna
Added by Deanna on Mar 02, 2014 5:19 PM
|Heaven Bound||JANE UNKNOWN MUNDELL MEMORIAL 18878497|
Dear Ancestor Hunter,
Thank you for all the great work you have done in setting up these great memorials.
James Kenner Seaton was my 1st cousin 6x removed who was the 2nd husband of Jane Unknown Mundell. To date, I have not been able to find any documentation confirming this marriage.
You state in the memorial for John Jefferson Mundell that Jane was buried beside him. I have found another memorial for Jane (Find-A-Grave.com 31892852) in Adams County, Illinois. Can you confirm which memorial is correct?
Please do not be offended by my questions. I just want our family tree to be correct.
Thank you in advance for your help,
Added by Heaven Bound on Feb 05, 2014 6:47 AM
|Jenifer||Jane Woodruff's birthday|
Hello, Jane Wade Woodruff (96280791) was born on 06 Aug 1765 Elizabethtown, Essex Co, New Jersey. Wife of Abiel. Thank you. Jenifer
Added by Jenifer on Jan 22, 2014 5:27 PM
|Jenifer||Abiel Woodruff's birthday|
Hello, Abiel Woodruff (# 95280885) was born on 19 Oct 1768 in Elizabethtown, Essex Co, New Jersey. I am doing research for the family. Thank you. Jenifer
Added by Jenifer on Jan 22, 2014 5:23 PM
|Lynn Mills||RE: ROMA HANNEMAN|
I can confirm Roma was born Emma Jacobs. Why she changed it to ROMA??? Who knows? She was married to Roy Dewitt, then to a Mr. Rogers. Information comes from TROPICSKY@CHARTER.NET
She died in a house fire in Wayne, Wayne Co., MI
Added by Lynn Mills on Jan 16, 2014 1:52 PM
|Lynn Mills||ROMA HANNEMAN|
Please respond to TROPICSKY@CHARTER.NET
Do you know Roma's maiden name? Was Wm. really m. before to a Mary? Can you pointe me to the right direction for a source? What happened to Mary?
Any information on Roma & Wm.'s marriage, more then the year of 1927?
Added by Lynn Mills on Jan 11, 2014 9:13 AM
|Richard Morrison||RE: Buckingham transfers|
thanks. I was on a roll with finding my Eastburns and I found a few Buckinghams as well. I now have 12 of 14 children of my 2nd great grandparents David and Elizabeth (Jeanes) Eastburn linked.
Added by Richard Morrison on Dec 25, 2013 8:14 AM
|DAW||Charles Wesley Casey|
I have this gentleman buried in the Lacon City Cemetery, Section A, Lot LCC075. I don't have a picture of the stone as of yet but I am slowly working my way to that portion of the cemetery. I haven't been able to find a grave or him at Immaculate Conception Cemetery. Also I have his birth date as Jan 12, 1843. 'll take a closer look to see if the last digit is a 3 or 8.
Added by DAW on Dec 11, 2013 5:19 PM
|Rebekah Billings||RE: Phillip and Susan Lyons|
The info is from a cemetery listing put together on the Fayette County Genealogy Project. Says it's compiled from records by Jane McCann Walsh and E. M. Whetsel, with contributions from various researchers. Unfortunately, that's it. I can't verify or add any info (beyond the dates and names I already sent). Maybe you could just post this in a note as possible additional info. to give any researchers a starting point. Up to you. Just want to put it out there.
Added by Rebekah Billings on Nov 02, 2013 8:43 PM
FYI, the Dauge Cemetery in Camden County is located just south of the intersection of Trotman Road and North River Road. The grave marker is just at the tree line in a field. The GPS coordinates are 36.332564,-76.078902. Jen
Added by JBGF on Oct 17, 2013 5:22 PM
|Diane||RE: Camden County NC Cemeteries|
I know Linda Mansfield so I will call her and talk to her about these headstones. I think I know where the cemetery is and I have been there but it was so overgrown we couldn't find but 2 stones in there and I was afraid to go further in due to the possibility of snakes.
I will let you know what I find out from Linda and once I am sure the snakes have gone into hibernation I will go out there and do some cleaning on the cemetery and see what all I can find.
I will also ask Linda about the Dauge Cemetery and hopefully she will know the location of it as well.
Keep checking my sites for others you might be looking for and I will let you know what I find out about Silas & Martha as well as the Dauge Cemetery.
Added by Diane on Oct 09, 2013 8:54 AM
|Richard Morrison||RE: Alban Buckingham request|
Please link Alban to wife
and Frank to parents.
Added by Richard Morrison on Oct 07, 2013 2:46 PM
|Kathy Hughes||RE: Riddle cemeteries|
As I find little things, I pass them on. Then more or less forget about them. Do you have what the additions are?
Added by Kathy Hughes on Oct 02, 2013 7:15 AM
|Diane||RE: Camden County NC Cemeteries|
Sorry it has taken so long to get back with you. I have been busy around the house as well as hunting down more cemeteries that haven't been documented as yet. I now have 89 cemeteries online and some of them do have some Forbes in them.
There are a couple of cemeteries that you have listed in Camden and I wanted to see if you might possibly have a clue as to where they might be. I know you get your info from cemetery censuses, death certificates and obituaries, but wondered if you might have a little more info that would help me find them. They are:
Forbes & Riggs
As for the funeral homes around here they are not so easy to get info from nor are they interested in knowing or correcting their information to put the proper names on any of the cemeteries. Mainly they take their info from bereaved families that often times are too distraught to think straight much less give correct cemetery names or they might not even know the name.
I have noticed all of the duplicating cemeteries and that is why I would rather list everything on my sites that way I can jeep it straight, add GPS coordinates, link them to Google Maps, as well as having photos of each stone that is in the cemetery and not have to worry about Tom, Dick and Harry adding this that or the other not knowing if it is correct or not. I will add info to the listings or even add the info somewhere else on the site depending on the info they send, whether they have documentation to back it up, photos, etc.
Now, I do have a listing of cemeteries that I have documented as well as listings of cemeteries that I haven't gotten to as yet along with any type of location that I have been able to find. Some came from the old WPA Cemetery Census and others came from various cemetery books. You can view them here: http://camden.lostsoulsgenealogy.com/cemlist.htm
I don't know if there is someone that goes thru and keeps track of what is what in Camden but I will email AJ or Carena and find out and if there isn't someone I will see if they will let me do it and with your help maybe way we can get rid of duplicate cemeteries, cemeteries with nothing listed in them as well as some type of location from people that add the cemeteries.
If you have any info on any cemeteries or anyone that you are looking for in this are please feel free to let me know and I will do my best to try and help you in locating and photographing cemeteries or even trying to locate information on people from this area.
Added by Diane on Oct 01, 2013 4:10 PM
|Kathy Hughes||RE: Riddle cemeteries|
Added by Kathy Hughes on Oct 01, 2013 2:42 PM
I have most of the info for the Chadwick Cemetery
folks! Please advise how is the easiest way for me
to post it or send to you to do so.
Added by silkberry on Oct 01, 2013 1:46 PM
|Diane||Camden County NC Cemeteries|
I notice you are adding some memorials and cemeteries to the Camden County listings and working with Kathy we are trying to straighten out all of the Forbes. I know have over 80 cemeteries fully photographed and online for Camden and would appreciate you taking a look and letting me know if you have any info on any cemeteries that I don't have listed: http://camden.lostsoulsgenealogy.com/cemlist.htm
I do have 4 Forbes Cemeteries listed so that might help with getting them in the right places. I do have sites for other counties and you can find them by just changing the county name in the link: http://camden.lostsoulsgenealogy.com/ or going here: http://nc.lostsoulsgenealogy.com/countylist.htm I don't have all counties online but I am working on it as I can get people to help. So if you know of any cemeteries in other counties that I have online please let me know.
Thanks in advance!
Added by Diane on Sep 20, 2013 7:47 AM
|Charlene Harmon||RE: Judith Ann McBeain #99268032|
Thank you for amending Judy's biography.
Added by Charlene Harmon on Sep 18, 2013 4:37 PM
|Kathy Hughes||RE: E Cartwright|
Thanks so much for taking care of that. I'm glad you understand. You said a mouthful.
Alot of us just don't know the name of the cemetery when we first find it, so to put it on findagrave, we have to come up with a name. The oldest burial is usually right on the nose. Usually.
Good for you, finding all those sources. They give you some confirmation so you know you're on the right track. All I had was the physical location. You filled in the bio very well.
The location is important, not just putting a memorial online. So many of my family's death certificates don't have where buried. Or, worse, the wrong cemetery.
So far, I've found 115 of the 139 burials listed under Forbes, Riddle. I listed all the burials in each cemetery with an exact (close) location. Sometimes this makes for duplicates. So, thank you again for moving your memorial. There may be more, I'll just send one by one as I get to it. And I'll be removing any of my duplicates.
Added by Kathy Hughes on Sep 11, 2013 8:03 PM
|Bill Shaffer||Nelson Cooper|
Thank you for posting info. on Nelson Cooper buried at Rutland Cem., Marshall Co., Illinois. I have been looking for his mother Lydia who is also buried at Rutland. Lydia was born in York or poss. Adams Co. Pa and moved to Baltimore co. as a baby. Dau. of Henry Hoover/Huber and Susannah Dubbs. Married to Macajah Cooper. One son, also named Macajah, buried at Middletown Baptist Church, Freeland Md. Died in Civil War. Lydia has a grave at Middletown Church, but no dates and no record of burial. Thank you so much for info.
Added by Bill Shaffer on Sep 06, 2013 5:03 PM
|Melissa O'Brian||Re John Buckingham FAG #110220584|
John is buried whee he died, in Miller, Gentry co., Missouri.
Elizabeth went on to Oregon after his death.
I don't find him on Find A Grave in a general surname search in Gentry co.
So it would be alright to add he did in Miller, Gentry co., MO. Miller appears to be a township however. County & state would narrow it for him.
Added by Melissa O'Brian on Sep 03, 2013 3:31 PM
|Melissa O'Brian||Re Charles H Buckingham FAG 13964938|
Could you put a copy of this photo on Find A Grave #25457318 for Charles H Buckingham.
I made a request for a photo to the "25.." memorial, but they found the one you have on the "13..." site.
The "25..." is a fully developed memorial, & where I left my message as well. It is an accurate accounting for Charles.
Added by Melissa O'Brian on Sep 03, 2013 2:58 PM