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Audrey (#46877347)
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BigFrench
Malcolm Wescott Hill obit
Don't be surprised if the obit you posted today is soon deleted by F.A.G. They've been cracking down on these lately.

Added by BigFrench on Jul 02, 2015 8:58 PM

BigFrench
Melissa Lovejoy Hill Hill
Thank you for clarifying; I appreciate it--!
I copied/pasted what you sent, giving you credit..

Added by BigFrench on Jul 02, 2015 8:53 PM

Fred jackson
newland t depauw
I'm writing a story about 19 men who gathered every month from 1880 to 1920 at the Haymarket Agricultural Club. My grandfather, Franz Peters, and N. T. Depauw were members. How can I get a digital copy of the picture of Col Depauw at Findagrave.

Added by Fred jackson on Jun 29, 2015 5:22 PM

Gathering Roots
Duplicates
Dear Concerned Find-A-Gave Contributors and visitors,

Regarding: DUPLICATE MEMORIALS in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia

A former large volume F-A-G Contributor had a dispute with Find-A-Grave staff and Deleted some 80% or more, of their contributed memorials, estimated to be about 40,000 or so. Thus causing the rest of us local Contributors, over the last year or more, to re-enter those family, friends and distant relatives we noted were missing.

Once F-A-G had decided to take positive action, they reloaded all the Deleted memorials from that former F-A-G Contributor, on Wednesday, 25feb2015. F-A-G staff, undoubtedly knew they would cause tens of thousands of Duplicates, and assigned their staffer, known as 'ProjectMgr' to work through their Merge process.

Please be patient and allow F-A-G to work through the entire group of Duplicate memorials.

Thank you.
E49 Created above Statement

Added by Gathering Roots on Jun 29, 2015 1:06 PM

BT
George William Binsted
Thanks for your work cataloging grave stones.

In regards to George William Binsted you have listed his wife as "Husband of Florence M. Maisey"
but the grave stone seems to indicate that the wife is "Florence B. Tyrell".

I am not doubting you, just trying to understand?

My interest is because Edith Mary Binsted is my grandfather's 3rd wife.

Bob Thompson
Bob@MayfieldFarm.ca

Added by BT on Jun 26, 2015 8:01 PM

Joanne Marcus Britcher
RE: Previous Message
Thank you for confirming my concern.

It looks like from my research that William Marquis was married to 2 wives with the first name, Elizabeth.



Joanne

Added by Joanne Marcus Britcher on Jun 23, 2015 5:12 PM

Berkley Rudd
Berkley Howard Rudd to Audrey from Berkley Elliott Rudd son of Berkley Howard Rudd
Thank you Mrs Audrey for finding my father I would really like to get into contact with u to see if u know anything else about my father my e mail address is berkleyrudd29@gmail.com thank you and have a blessed day

Added by Berkley Rudd on Jun 23, 2015 9:29 AM

Joanne Marcus Britcher
Previous Message
I meant to say 1762 vs 1792 in my previous message.

Added by Joanne Marcus Britcher on Jun 19, 2015 8:14 AM

Joanne Marcus Britcher
Find A Grave Memorial# 7839698
Hi Audrey,

Is it possible that the transcription in Elizabeth's stone actually says that her husband, Edward Hodge died in 1862 instead of 1892?


Thanks,

Joanne

Added by Joanne Marcus Britcher on Jun 19, 2015 8:11 AM

funnel
RE: Jürgen H Rahe (no. 32789690)
Thanks. I'm pretty sure that both memorials reference the same person despite the locations involved, so I'll defer to your expertise and go ahead and delete the other one and link his wife's memorial directly to yours.

Added by funnel on Jun 18, 2015 10:08 PM

funnel
Jürgen H Rahe (no. 32789690)
I think that Memorial no. 133244724 may be a duplicate of Memorial no. 32789690, which you generated. The deceased's first name, last name, date of birth, and date of death all match, so it would seem that it is almost certainly the same person--however, the inurnment sites do not match. A staff member at Columbia Gardens Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia said that their records indicate that his cremains are still located there, but I suspect that his cremains may have actually been moved to the new location after his wife passed. Are you able to visit the columbarium at Columbia Gardens to verify if his plaque is still displayed at his respective niche there? Thank you very much for your attention to this matter.

Added by funnel on Jun 18, 2015 4:33 PM

tracey
William Duncan #19609413
Was wondering if you could tell whether or not the stone said AGED 61 years? So hard to tell, he was born in Ireland.

Added by tracey on Jun 09, 2015 9:58 PM

Lois Marbert
John Wm Greenwalt and Lida Dyer
Thank you for the additional information.

The death record for John William Greenwalt On Ancestry.com lists his parents as William Greenwalt and Bessie Alexandria. Since I don't know if that is correct, or you are correct I did not include either.

Added by Lois Marbert on Jun 02, 2015 12:26 PM

Jeff
Robert & Ariminta Barr
Thanks for transferring my fourth great grandparents to me. I really appreciate it. I hope you're having a great weekend.

Added by Jeff on May 30, 2015 10:34 AM

Candy Wood
Casper Rinker
Thank you for posting the commemorative headstone Casper Rinker's descendents erected. Is the original still there?

Added by Candy Wood on May 25, 2015 4:07 PM

Jack D Lovelace
George William Corbin; Memorial #60048850
I am curious as to your source for the name of Susan as the mother of George.

Ancestry has a marriage record for John W. Corbin, dated 09 Sep 1859, in Fauquier County, Virginia. His spouse is listed as Juliett Ann Hewitt.

John Corbin, age 23, is found on the 1860 federal census for Fauquier County, Virginia. His wife is listed as Julia A. Her age is given as 17. They were married within the year. Their son, George W., is three months of age.

Added by Jack D Lovelace on May 20, 2015 5:08 PM

Anne Mount West
RE: 2 children of Enoch Coward
Thanks for clearing up the name issue and the added information. Anne

Added by Anne Mount West on May 15, 2015 9:28 AM

Anne Mount West
2 children of Enoch Coward
Hi. Is the last name Coward or Cowart? There are separate memorials under the Cowart name. Can you please let me know which name it should be? Thanks, Anne

Added by Anne Mount West on May 14, 2015 8:25 PM

SLGMSD
RE: Emma Twiggs Mason Wheaton
Thanks for your quick response.

Added by SLGMSD on May 07, 2015 6:19 PM

SLGMSD
Emma Twiggs Mason Wheaton
Find A Grave Memorial# 146150764

In an edit for the bio of her mother you sent:

Richard and Elizabeth had three daughters:
Emma Twiggs Mason Wheaton (17 October 1836–16 February 1864)

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My question - the date of death is contradicted by the memorial page you have created for Emma.

Added by SLGMSD on May 07, 2015 1:49 PM

Gennaphyr
Fred Trull
Hi, I've added the bio you requested but will you please provide the source.

Added by Gennaphyr on May 02, 2015 4:11 PM

ML
Re Lillian Wise Hunter
She was not born in 1851. Had to have been 1853 or 1854 per her first two census records plus 1851 conflicts with her brother Jerome. The 1880 census is wrong on the year; most people of the day had at least one census that had incorrect info. (Jerome's gravestone is known.)

Added by ML on Apr 29, 2015 10:54 PM

Kelly Brown
John H Rusk
Would like to use your photo for my tree, would that be ok? Thank you

Added by Kelly Brown on Apr 29, 2015 9:33 AM

AlPol
Smith and Leigh
Thank you so much for the Rambler article about connections and background with the Temple Smith home. That area around Towlston Grange, the Old Union Church and Bellview Road has a lot of fengshui. Isn't it possible that the Old Union Church is itself the remnant of Jeremiah Moore's Difficult Run Baptist church? Time to break out the historical markers.AlPol.

Added by AlPol on Apr 19, 2015 8:28 PM

Ephraim Hendrix
Rev Luther M Nesmith
Audrey,
Luther Melanethon Nesmith is, I believe, my 1st cousin 2x removed Find A Grave Memorial# 72087549

Do you or anyone else have any information about his background? My records show a Luther M Nesmith in Ohio in the 1910s.

Per newspapers.com the Ohio Nesmith was a minister, elocutionist, chiropractor and a few other shady things.

I can't imagine that there are two of them but I'd like to rule out that possibility, however remote, because he was quite a character. Thanks, Ephraim

Added by Ephraim Hendrix on Apr 14, 2015 4:58 PM

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