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Rebecca Ewing Peterson (#46987065)
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Gary
RE: Duplicates
I have removed my contributions to Find a Grave of my family , If you have made copies of any of my family photographs which I supplied on the memorial that I had added . I would appreciate that they are not used in any of your contributions to the site ..Thank you

Added by Gary on Jan 31, 2015 4:55 AM

mygenpassion
Harbin Jewish Cemetery
I sent you an email on 1/26 about this cemetery that may have ended up in your junk folder.

Added by mygenpassion on Jan 27, 2015 7:26 PM

Vonderene
Swire family
another quick trip to LB churchyard. Took a better picture of the memorial to Alexander Glen Swire and noticed that on the other side was a memorial to his uncle George Warren Swire. Added him to All Saints churchyard although do not know if he is actually buried there.

Added by Vonderene on Jan 26, 2015 6:52 AM

Vonderene
Swire family
Great picture of John Samuel, well done.

Added by Vonderene on Jan 16, 2015 1:51 AM

js
RE: Ann & George Arnold # 40509116 & # 40510399
thanks, I'm quite busy at the moment but I will get on to it when I have more time.

Added by js on Jan 15, 2015 7:00 AM

Vonderene
Mary Warren Swire
Done the additions as requested - would you like me to pass the entry over to you?

Added by Vonderene on Jan 15, 2015 2:30 AM

Vonderene
RE: Alexander Glen Swire # 141327949
I believe that Alexander's father John was born in Liverpool in 1862 the son of John Samuel and Helen Swire, therefore he was J S Swire's grandson.

Added by Vonderene on Jan 14, 2015 2:54 PM

Vonderene
RE: Alexander Glen Swire # 141327949
Yes, I spotted that, I will go and get a better picture for you when I am next in town.

Added by Vonderene on Jan 14, 2015 2:33 PM

Vonderene
Eliza Pyne
Have done my best with a picture of a non-existent gravestone! It appears that your Eliza was baptised on 20th January 1796 the daughter of Charles and Mary. I have found a burial on 30th April 1812 - is this her?

Added by Vonderene on Jan 13, 2015 2:39 AM

Zara Mercer
Melvin Burnette"doc" Horn 74786640
I was wondering if you have a spouse name for him and a marriage date for him Thanks Zara Mercer

Added by Zara Mercer on Jan 10, 2015 10:49 PM

Vonderene
Charles Pyne 117685246
On the same visit I took a picture of this memorial for you, unfortunately it is very worn but it is perhaps a bit better than the one you already have? I have attached the photograph to his memorial page.

Added by Vonderene on Jan 08, 2015 4:25 AM

kat
RE: Elsie C Lyon # 61660288
Sorry for the delay in responding. I will go back and look for the correct photo as soon as I'm able to. Thanks for the correction!

Added by kat on Dec 25, 2014 8:04 PM

Patricia Brittingham Secrest
Apology
Apologize for the bad edit. Your memorial is very impressive.
Patricia Brittingham Secrest

Added by Patricia Brittingham Secr... on Dec 13, 2014 6:55 PM

Greg Volk
RE: Hannah Minerva Jones Jenkins # 119596443
I found the connection in Family Tree, ID #
9NDH-WMC. The wife of Rev. Horace Jenkins was known to be Hannah Minerva Jones, born 24 Sep 1830 NY. The Hannah M Jones found in 1850 and 1855 with the Denison Jones family in Harrisburg, Lewis, NY fits this perfectly. Several members of the Jones family had degrees, so it is not unreasonalble that their daughter Hannah attended Madison (Colgate) University, where she no doubt met Rev. Jenkins.

Added by Greg Volk on Dec 11, 2014 11:11 AM

Jayne
Isabel Kleiber
Hi, Sorry for the delay, You input is greatly appreciated, Its wonderful that you were able to propely ID her, I will transfer her to the same cemetery the rest of her family in interred at. I processed all the edits you sent to me .. Thank You

Keep in touch
Regards
Jayne

Added by Jayne on Dec 09, 2014 2:03 PM

EDWARD THOMAS
Thank You!
Rebecca,

Your research and posting for Find A Grave Memorial# 114657721, Benjamin Walter Thomas, my grandfather, is very much appreciated by my cousin and I.

Sincerely,

Edward J. Thomas

Added by EDWARD THOMAS on Dec 09, 2014 1:10 PM

KVM
RE: J McCormick Memorial# 118480927
Thank you for your reply Rebecca and thank you for the listing. I feel sure that this is my half great aunt and without your listing I would not have known when she died. I am grateful for your hard work. Kind regards, Karen

Added by KVM on Dec 06, 2014 7:47 PM

squadron a association
Trooper John Montgomery
I have been researching Troops A & C NY Cavalry, since 1997, when the 101st Cavalry was having a centennial, for the Spanish American War.
Your research work is excellent and concerns with mine.
I have additional information on his family, if you need it ( some not to nice ).

Vince
if you want to call 347-260-0919

Added by squadron a association on Dec 04, 2014 3:36 PM

Kathyn McCullagh
RE: Philip Pembroke Stephens # 125911838
Hi

There were no daughters, the articles will mention sisters and aunts I presume.

His father Pembroke Scott Stephens is buried in Highgate Cemetry and his wife was cremated and scattered near Beachy Head.

Regards

Kathryn



Added by Kathyn McCullagh on Dec 04, 2014 7:07 AM

Kathy
infant Ridley
Hi. I found an online copy of the birth certificate stating the name of the infant--Warren Windham Ridley. The names of the parents and the birth date all match.

Added by Kathy on Nov 28, 2014 2:50 PM

Anne Burgess
Find A Grave Memorial# 82169102
Thank you so much for photographing the grave of Hugh Waddell and his family.

I see that you may have misread his place of birth, which was OULEY in the parish of NEWRY, County DOWN, Ireland. Nothing to do with County Offaly!

Best wishes and keep up the good work.

Anne

Added by Anne Burgess on Nov 17, 2014 1:27 PM

KVM
J McCormick Memorial# 118480927
Hi Rebecca,
I have reason to believe this may be my grandfather's daughter from his first marriage. Is there any other information available? and is there a headstone to photograph?
Kind regards,
Karen McCormick

Added by KVM on Nov 01, 2014 7:51 AM

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
Hi Rebecca,
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.
Mayme Hause
maymehause@yahoo.com

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

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