|RobMinteer57||Frank C Jacobs|
You must have accidentally double-clicked when adding his photo in Sunset Hills Cemetery, Gallatin County, MT.
Added by RobMinteer57 on Oct 04, 2014 10:12 PM
|Mayme Hause||Photo on Ernest M. Smith on his findagravesite|
Could you please identify the folks in the photo on Ernst' findagrave site. I am researching the Smith family, and Trudie Smith married Arthur Carl Adams, and I believe the lady may be Arthur's wife and child. My grandfather was a cousin to Arthur. I look forward to hearing from you.
Added by Mayme Hause on Sep 16, 2014 6:27 AM
|Cliff Schott||Clarence Hyde Jenkins Memorial 107726098|
My gggreat aunt, Lily Huhlein Jenkins was married to Clarence Hyde Jenkins. Clarenc'e father was Walworth Jenkins a West Point Acadamy officer, in the Civil War, and last assignment was commander of the Union Troops in Louisville, Kentucky, where his son Clarence Hyde Jenkins was born. After the war he and his wife Henrietta Averill Jenkins stayed n Louisville, and he became the Chief of Police here.
The Jenkins, Walworths, Averills, and other family members are very well known in New York, some quite famous, mostly political as Senators, Congressmaen, Mayors, etc.
You have said previously that my Clarence Hyde Jenkins did no match the Clarence Hyde Jenkins you have in San Antonio, Texas. Can you let me know where the info for his parents came from. The info I have, and it is accurte, is his father was definitely 'Walworth' and not Walter and his mother is Henrietta Averill.
Clarence Hyde Jenkins wife was sister to Capt. Charles F. Huhlein, President of B. F. AVery, a farm implement and machinery company at the time, and later a large financial institution. It is reported that the Captain recruited his sisters husband Clarence and sent him to Texas an a company agent, selling to farm implement stores there. He also sent his son, Frederick Erhard Huhlein to Texas as a farm implement salesman and field demonstrator. Fred then went to Argentina as manager of the Avery Tractor Company there and later Frederick left the company and went with the US State Department' Diplomatic Corps and became Vice Council to Argentina.
I look high and low to find out what ever happend to Clarence Hyde Jenkins to to avail. When I came across his grave in Texas, I thought that maybe this was it.
Any information you may have regarding Clarence Hyde Jenkins will be greatly appreciated.
JeanMarie Huhlein Schott
Added by Cliff Schott on Sep 08, 2014 11:15 AM
|Steve Lawless||Frances Virginia White Harriss|
I have completed her memorial at Forest Park.
You can delete her at Glenwood
Added by Steve Lawless on Sep 04, 2014 4:34 PM
|Chris Nelson||RE: Taiwan|
I'm positive that I've photographed all graves there. I've visited several times, and it's a very small cemetery. I am skeptical of the 170 figure, but I suppose it's possible that there are people buried there with no records or markers. Maybe the figure includes the adjacent Mackay Cemetery, but that has not even 30 burials.
Still, it's well worth a visit. Look me up when you come here; I could give you a tour!
Added by Chris Nelson on Aug 29, 2014 6:43 AM
|Linda Moore Mora||Thomas and Sarah Moore|
Thomas C. Moore II and wife Sarah E. Moore 75642199 buried in Masonic Cemetery, Gatesville, Coryell Co, Tx. Would like to know where you got the pictures you posted for this site, these are my great grandparents. Are you related to this family?
Added by Linda Moore Mora on Aug 24, 2014 9:03 AM
|Don Leuty||RE: Odelia (Reisner) Staiti|
See LDS # 9MJJ-V9C
Legacy NFS Source: Odelia Caroline Reisner - Individual or family possessions: Cemetery record or headstone: burial: ; Houston, Harris, Texas, United States
Legacy NFS Source: Odelia Caroline Reisner - Government record: Death record or certificate: death: 14 November 1954; Houston, Harris, Texas, United States
Legacy NFS Source: Odelia Caroline Reisner - Government record: Birth record or certificate: birth: 9 November 1872; Victoria, Victoria, Texas, United States
Added by Don Leuty on Aug 21, 2014 7:41 PM
I saw you posted Walter Wagner from Rising Star Cemetery. I believe this is my great grandfather that I know little about. The rumor passed down was that he killed his wife Effie in front of his children Dale (my late grandfather) & Luther before killing himself in Eastland County. I have not been able to find any info on this nor death info for him or Effie. I was wondering if you could help with this? Is there a grave for Effie nearby? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Added by carmen lennartsson on Aug 09, 2014 8:10 AM
|Pat Fite||Welcome Claude DeArman|
Thanks for changing the name. I never thought to ask my father about why he didn't move his grandmother. Maybe he thought there would not be enough room for her, though he had 8 spaces at Forest Lawn. She died in 1929 so I don't think that there would have been a problem in moving her.
Added by Pat Fite on Aug 07, 2014 8:33 PM
|Pat Fite||Claud Welcome DeArman|
This is my grandfather and I had posted information about him in March 2006. His name is Welcome Claude (Bud) DeArman #13630391 on my web page. I wish that you would change his name to the correct name Welcome Claude DeArman. I think that it would be confusing to other people. On your page his number is 103442565. I appreciate your adding pictures to his page, plus my brother Nick.
My father had Welcome and his wife moved from Glenwood to Forest Park Lawndale when my brother died in an auto accident. His grandmother is still buried there; I don't know why my father did not move her as there would have been room for her.
Added by Pat Fite on Aug 07, 2014 9:51 AM
|MLloyd||RE: Frederick Christopher Moerer|
As to the header for the obituary, I am actually having trouble reading it, but it appears to have been included with other obits under a section of the newspaper called 'Houston Mortuary'. Many thanks.
Added by MLloyd on Aug 03, 2014 2:04 PM
|MLloyd||RE: Frederick Christopher Moerer|
Hello, yes, this was from the Galveston Daily News dated 25 Jan 1911. Thank you so much for your help.
Added by MLloyd on Aug 03, 2014 2:00 PM
When you get a chance could you please transfer the following memorials to me.
Thanks for all your help
Added by Davy on Jul 21, 2014 3:24 AM
|Maria Borrill||Stonewall BOND 15700243|
Could you connect Stonewall BOND to his parents
mother Emily Louisa 'Lota' Roselle BOND 26969669
father Thomas BOND 24851075
Added by Maria Borrill on Jul 09, 2014 1:22 PM
|Jackie W.||Erastus Carl Swinney|
The Erastus Carl Swinney and Mary Elizabeth Reynolds you have posted in the Reynolds Cemetery, Cherokee County, Texas were married 15 Dec 1901 in Cherokee County, Texas.
Added by Jackie W. on Jul 04, 2014 8:34 AM
|Patricia Ewing||RE: Howdy Cousin!|
I was just checking thru the Find A Grave site and saw a photo you posted of Levicey Ewing and Hershel Ewing--they would be my great-grandmother and my paternal grandfather. I would love to get any family photos you might have--I have almost nothing. Is there a way I can access photos you have posted? This is wonderful and many thanks.
Added by Patricia Ewing on Jun 29, 2014 11:43 AM
|Carol Hull||Joseph F. Hull|
Thank you for entering information for the burial site of the above. I note that on the 'Report of the Death of an American Citizen', Joseph Hull died in the year 1922, not 1912. Although the family knew that he died of smallpox, we did not know where he was buried. Is there a photo?
Thank you for your information.
Added by Carol Hull on Jun 14, 2014 7:15 PM
Betty Voorhis McGlashan, if you are related I will be glad to transfer the memorial, it not I will take care of the changes.
Added by Chaun Owens-Mortier on Jun 10, 2014 6:42 PM
|Rich H.||Alberta Casterlin Kempton Fitch|
Added by Rich H. on Jun 06, 2014 7:19 PM
|les highton||RE: William Fitton # 116539732|
Sorry to have posted the photo in wrong section. I,m quite new to this so thanks for putting me right. I,ll now go through all postings and repost as "other"
Added by les highton on Jun 06, 2014 2:01 AM
|Charles E. Carroll||Manny Hernandez|
The memorial you posted in the Mexican cemetery is a duplicate of one I posted in 2008 for "Mary Hernandez".
Check her death certificate.
Added by Charles E. Carroll on May 31, 2014 11:32 PM
|Donald Clair||George Dockery Bean|
Would you link George Dockery Bean to his father (George Dudley Bean 72033105) and mother (Carrie Lewis Bean 72033149). Thank you.
Added by Donald Clair on May 29, 2014 11:04 PM
|Peggy Goodwin||RE: Manny/Mary Hernandez|
I am wondering if Manny and Mary are the same persons. See link for Death Certificate for Mary Hernandez. It looks like 1902 on the birth year on the metal tag. The funeral home is the same as what is on the metal tag also. Let me know what you think.
If link doesn't work- familysearch.org in death area of search put Crockett, Houston, Texas and death year Mary Hernandez on death certificate
Added by Peggy Goodwin on May 28, 2014 8:27 AM
|Karen Ayers Weir||Holy Trinity--Shanghai--LeBas|
The person I communicated with has informed me that he did indeed see the graves of Edmond & his wife. They are not proper headstones but simple plaques with numbers on them & he does have pictures of those. He does not do family research, however . The registration desk at Happy Valley in Hong Kong has them on record. Here is what happened. When the Communists took over, Edmond & spouse had indeed been buried at Holy Trinity and have been removed from there about that time. This was a decision made by Edmond's family to re- inter them in Hong Kong. He will get me proof of this as soon as he can. His documents and pictures are packed away. Will be in touch later.
Added by Karen Ayers Weir on May 16, 2014 5:27 AM
|Shirley Fitzgerald Holdahl||RE: Baby Holdahl|
Thank you so much for your work in China. I shared the information on Baby Holdahl with a grandson of the baby's parents who are Theodore and Louise Holdahl. He was so pleased to get the information and document. The parents' ashes were scattered in California by their daughter, Christine. Theodore had quite a military history.I am going to have to write a short bio of Red as he was called and post it. Is it true that the cemetery where the baby was buried was destroyed? I got a message to that effect from Find a Grave.
Thank you again from the Holdahl Family.
Added by Shirley Fitzgerald Holdah... on May 15, 2014 6:58 PM