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Kathy (#46983676)
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Diane E Hurst
Samuel E. Hannon
Spoke with sextant of the Leon Cemetery, Gary Spahar. He has record of several Hannons, (including Samuel's father, T. W.), but no record of Samuel or his wife Emily.

Added by Diane E Hurst on Apr 21, 2014 7:34 PM

Robert Bailey
RE: Bratt Cemetery
Kathy,
I dont know anything about the Bratt Cemetery.
Someone named Herschell Marvin Bratt recently added a photo of the Bratt Cemetery
to Find A Grave Memorials. The photo is at:
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GScid=1192505&CRid=1192505&pt=Bratt%20Cemetery&

His last name is the same as the cemetery, perhaps he knows because I dont. I am from Spokane, or
I would travel to the area and look around. And I am no longer an active contributor to Find A
Grave and the only reason I saw your message was an email from Find A Grave. Thanks.
Robert Bailey

Added by Robert Bailey on Apr 10, 2014 5:05 PM

B J
Rose Ann Marshall Ogden
Posted a photo of her marker at Evergreen. Its been a long time coming.

Created by: Kathy
Record added: Jun 30, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 38928908

Added by B J on Mar 06, 2014 1:34 AM

Pat Van Den Berghe
Dorothy and Lydia Kidder
Daughter's of Solomon Kidder and Lydia White, thank you for the information, can you shed Solomon's relationship to the lot owner?

Another question re Dorothy, the Valley Cemetery didn't open until 1841, do you think she was buried somewhere else? The cemetery office has some handwritten books I would like to see what may be in there for her as she was most likely one of the first burials there... as for Lydia imagine ... living to be 91 years old during that time period. amazing genes!

Thanks!
Pat Van Den Berghe, Historian
Valley Cemetery

Added by Pat Van Den Berghe on Mar 03, 2014 3:42 PM

Emma Simmons
Ruth Hadsall-Barker
I tranferred you're cousin to you:-)

Added by Emma Simmons on Feb 15, 2014 3:53 PM

pipp43
RE: G N Prather
71431914 Rachel J. McCombs Prather
Thanks very much.

Added by pipp43 on Dec 28, 2013 5:48 AM

Mary Casey
RE: James Howard Uzee
You're welcome!

Mary

Added by Mary Casey on Nov 10, 2013 8:14 AM

Barbara Harackiewicz
Thomas Kidder
Thomas Kidder was my 5th great grand uncle. According to his death certificate he is buried in Massachusetts. Are you sure he is buried in New Hampshire too?

Someone has created a memorial for him in Massachusetts too.

Added by Barbara Harackiewicz on Oct 19, 2013 3:55 PM

Bonnie D.
RE: Perry Lamar Corkern
You're welcome.

Added by Bonnie D. on Oct 07, 2013 5:40 PM

jane Mangum
Thanks
Appreciate your note. Will remove flowers- I you have any photo, it's always nice to share. Jane

Added by jane Mangum on Aug 16, 2013 9:19 AM

tinkerbell
RE: Burley Grigsby
Dear Kathy, I just added a photo to Sadie Grigsby memorial. Don't know why I didn't do it when I added Burley, but it's there now. It seems like Brenda-owner of the memorials is inactive. Do you know the Grigsby family personal? You can probably get the memorials transferred to you so they can be linked together.

Added by tinkerbell on Jun 26, 2013 10:35 AM

Lexie
Stephanie Daland Hall-Jackson
Yes she was pretty. I do have other pictures if you are related and/or interested email me at billnlexie@knology.net Lexie

Added by Lexie on Apr 18, 2013 9:40 AM

Darrell Landrum
RE: Hughes
You are welcome. I am slowly working my way back to becoming and active member here again. Broke my computer and my camera within a couple of weeks of each other. Being a creature of habit, figuring out these new gadgets is a bit of a conundrum...

Darrell

Added by Darrell Landrum on Apr 14, 2013 10:38 AM

Darrell Landrum
Hughes
Hi Kathy, transfers complete.

Darrell Landrum
Lynchburg, Virginia

Added by Darrell Landrum on Apr 14, 2013 1:24 AM

Mary Agnes Hammett
RE: Sylvain Baudoin
The one I am looking for died in 1854, not sure where. Maybe married to Genevieve Andras or Eleanore Loup. Eleanore supposedly died 1869 and buried in St Mary's in Raceland.

Added by Mary Agnes Hammett on Mar 05, 2013 11:16 AM

Gene Bryant
RE: Hassie Allen Bryant & her mother
The photo of Hassie, yes. Can you obtain it from the site or do I need to do something?

I plan to visit the Finch Gray Cemetery where Leona is buried and photo/create a memorial for her. I'll have her death date then and share it with you.

I may also be posting more photos soon, if I can obtain them.

Added by Gene Bryant on Feb 17, 2013 11:26 AM

999dallas999
Hannon Family
Kathy,
I'm going to post the other Hannon Family members I found and email you the one Headstone that only had Hannon on it. It was deteriorating, but the dates don't match what your looking for...

Added by 999dallas999 on Feb 02, 2013 4:12 PM

Gary Bonney
RE: Dana Kidder
Hi Kathy:
I am sorry it has been a while since I read my mail. You left me a message about Dana Kidder.
My relationship is from Dana's wife 2nd marriage to Howland Bisbee Ford. whose descendent married a Bonney.
The only info I have in my tree is That Dana Married Tamer White (1811-1899) burial unknown.
They had 4 children: Roscoe Jacob (1836-1963), Dana Kidder, Jr (unknown) and two other male children.
I show his parents as Jacob and Esther (Waite) No info.
Any Help in filling in gaps in this family line would be appreciated.
Regards
Gary
garybonney@verizon.net
Find A Grave 47070426

Added by Gary Bonney on Jan 17, 2013 4:57 PM

cricket
RE: Charles Ross Hughes
Don"t know what I was thinking, it isn't my memorial. Sorry,

Added by cricket on Jan 03, 2013 7:56 PM

cricket
RE: Charles Ross Hughes
Would you like a transfer of this memorial.? Would be glad to do so. Cricket

Added by cricket on Jan 03, 2013 7:53 PM

Bobs your Uncle
Kidders
Hello,

I am taking photos of the Masonic Cemetery which is next to the City Cemetery in Sacramento, California. The City Cemetery sold the back part of its property in the early 1920's to the Masonic and Odd Fellows. There is no fence between the three so a person can walk through them. A section of the Masonic already had burials when they acquired it from the city. The cemeteries need a lot of work because many burials are not listed or do not have photos. The City Cemetery has over 30,000 burials and only about 7,000 are on the site. Masonic is in worse shape with only 600 listed on findagrave where there should be at least 7 or 8 thousand. Since there are people already working on the City Cemetery, I decided to start with the Masonic first, going lot by lot and photographing every one. I am doing this because of sheer boredom. I was recently laid off after 12 years of working at a family run plant nursery and am not used to sitting around in a house. The Capital Nursery closed after almost 80 years of serving the Sacramento Valley. So I took up this quest until I find another job.

While in Masonic I took photos of the Lindsay family plot. I am trying to see how all the people in the plot are related so I have been researching on Ancestry. That has led me to find that one of the people there, Salome Acock, married Herbert A Kidder. Salome and her family is in the Lindsay lot but not Herbert. I noticed that she died young so he probably remarried and is buried somewhere else so I did a findagrave search and that led me to your memorial of him over in the city cemetery next door.

I just wanted to inform you that I have linked her to Herbert Kidder's page and if you would like her memorial please let me know.

I also noticed that you have Herbert's plot listed wrong. It is: Sect:OLD MASONIC Tier:CC Gr:26
I copied that right out of the Masonic Lawn Cemetery site. They actually own that section but it is considered part of the City Cemetery. I asked the office about where the property lines were. Some of the names are listed on both the City and the Masonic websites so I wanted to confirm what cemetery the people belonged to. They told me that the property in the City Cemetery that was called the "Old Masonic Section" is owned by the Masonic but they told me to list the names there under the City Cemetery since it was within its boundaries. But either way the section was set aside for Masons and the Kidders were buried in it.

Now - going by the City Cemetery records for Herbert A. Kidder they have him listed as: B 116 26 which is Burial Book: B, Section 116, Grave 26.
I'm not sure which one is the correct one, but I would go with the City Cemetery since they have old, hand drawn burial maps of all the plots and the Masonic just has a list.

Another thing I am trying to do - especially with the older hard to read stones - is to get GPS coordinates. I just purchased a GPS compass to help. I have been using Google maps because most of the cemetery I can see from the satellite view, but there are a few lots obscured by trees. If you would like I could get the GPS of Herbert and the other Kidders there for you. I plan to go there Friday. I can also ask for a copy of the cemetery burial map out of book B for the Kidders. I already got permission to be able to scan them and post them on FindaGrave. I was able to help one lady that was researching her family. She couldn't find their graves because they had no marker but the burial map showed exactly where they were along with a bunch more that had missing stones. I posted family plot to her page, instead of a picture of bare dirt. It was the proof she was looking for that they were indeed buried there. If you would like to see the map check out memorial # 101229439

I would be willing to do the same for your family or even email you a copy of the burial book page. I was planning on getting copies of that area anyway since it is connected to the Masonic Lawn Cemetery so its no bother.

Also, if you go to the City Cem. main page on FindaGrave it will give you the City Cem.'s website. If you check it out on the lower left it will list a burial index list and if you click on that it will give you 2 PDF files. During a search of the pdf file I found a: Chamberlain, Charlotte A, Mrs. Age 67 died Jun 1 1888 daughter of Capt. Nath. Kidder. Nine other Kidders are listed on the file. I'm not sure if you are aware of this so I thought I would let you know.

If you need me to take any photos of the City, Masonic or Odd Fellows please let me know. Even if they are just area shots. I usually go there every two weeks or so depending on how fast I am able to post the photos I take so its no trouble. And if you check out Salome and decide you would like others in her family please let me know so I can transfer them. I am not looking to keep the memorials, only to make sure that everyone is listed accurately and if possible linked to family members.

Happy New Year!
Margaret Ballinger

Added by Bobs your Uncle on Dec 31, 2012 11:45 PM

Rich Dohm
RE: Alta Monday ~
You know, you should simply call Westhampton, learn her burial name (Monday or Shepard) and most importantly learn the burial section & lot (location) and I would be happy to photograph it for you. (Just say you're a niece or something, Westhampton are nice folks but will only give out locations to family, and do not mention findagrave.) Reach them weekdays at 804-740-1948. Rich.

Added by Rich Dohm on Nov 04, 2012 10:32 AM

treerpgmo
RE: Isaac Edward Seymour and wife Anna
Isaac Oliver "Obb" SEYMOUR . . . Look for Laura (SEYMOUR) WILLIS (1911-2002) buried at Resthaven Memorial Gardens, Trenton, Trenton Twsp, Grundy Co, Missouri. She is my great-grandmother Esther's younger sister. She had copied the records out of the SEYMOUR copy of the family Scriptures which had been owned by Isaac & Betsey (NORRIS) SEYMOUR. Who she got that from I do not know. Perhaps that copy of the Scriptures ended up in the hands of a SEYMOUR descendant in Harrison Co, Missouri which is the western neighbor of Mercer Co, Missouri.

Added by treerpgmo on Oct 24, 2012 9:43 AM

treerpgmo
SEYMOURs
Kathy:

I also updated the SEYMOUR-WILLIS virtual cemetery by removing those HARRISes that, while they are related to Elizabeth Knight (HARRIS) SEYMOUR (1835-1899) are not related to her husband George Larkin SEYMOUR (1836-1877) and thus are not related to the SEYMOURs.

Added by treerpgmo on Oct 23, 2012 9:48 AM

treerpgmo
RE: Isaac Edward Seymour and wife Anna
Kathy:

Thank you very much on this one. In case you didn't know, they were childless. Something else --- your direct ancestor Oliver SEYMOUR the youngest sibling of my 3rd Great-Grandfather George Larkin SEYMOUR (1836-1877) had "Obb" as a nickname.

Added by treerpgmo on Oct 23, 2012 9:46 AM

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