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Ellen Bishop (#46998865)
 member for 6 years, 11 months, 12 days
David Bladen
RE: Thanks for the information
I am not sure that my response went could confirm. Thanks.

Added by David Bladen on Mar 15, 2015 12:02 PM

David Bladen
RE: Thanks for the information
James Ince m. Elvira Hinkson 2 Nov 1799, they had 12 children. Their 2nd son James Ince II m. Mary Weddington Moll 18 Jun 1831, they had 4 children. Their 3rd child Henry Jemmott Ince m. Maria Curtis 6 Jul 1859, they had 5 children. Their eldest Henry James Toppin Ince m. (1) Allie Lake, Abt 1890 they had 3 children. m. Myra Roberts 1914, no children.
I have complete record of names, etc., of all children. If I can be of any further help, or interested in fuller details you can e-mail me direct

Added by David Bladen on Mar 15, 2015 11:59 AM

Mike (Dino) Peterson
RE: thanks for info
Super Ellen ! Thanks for your time and good works. Sincerely,

Added by Mike (Dino) Peterson on Mar 04, 2015 4:43 PM

Rhonda Nelson
re: Sharp Haggerty
Hi Ellen, Thank you so much for transferring Sharp's memorial to me. Thank you also for the work you did on this memorial. Much appreciated!

Added by Rhonda Nelson on Mar 03, 2015 5:25 PM

RE: Sampsill Family
The Sampsills are my Aunt, Uncle and cousins. The kids went to Cleghorn school not Meadowbrook School. I have no contact info for the surviving son.


Added by shadow on Mar 03, 2015 1:41 PM

Robert Brotherhood
RE: Please
No need to do anything with Ray Brown memorial now that birthdate has been changed.
Thank you.

Added by Robert Brotherhood on Mar 02, 2015 7:15 PM

Tina Miller
Transfer request
Thanks for adding information to Find A Grave.
I would like to request a transfer of the Botts' at the Scotty Philip Cemetery in Fort Pierre to me. They are my parents- William & Shirley Botts, great-grandparents- Lewis & Laura Botts, uncle and aunt- Charles & Edna Botts, along with my niece- Amber Botts and nephew- William Botts. Thank you in advance.

Added by Tina Miller on Mar 01, 2015 4:43 PM

Kelly Howell
Alexander Cartney
Thank you for the information on where Alexander is buried . His memorial has been updated.
Thanks again
Kelly Howell

Added by Kelly Howell on Feb 26, 2015 6:43 PM

Dennis C. Olson
RE: thank you for the obit
you're welcome, I'm doing obits for the Binford, ND cemetery and when I come across any that are in the Cooperstown paper I add them.


Added by Dennis C. Olson on Feb 23, 2015 8:28 PM

RE: Backes Cemetery in Meade County
So sorry but I'm still confused. As far as I can determine Faith and Opal are both towns about an hour apart in Meade Co SD. Is the county nicknamed Faith County?

Added by MarillaW on Feb 23, 2015 2:34 PM

Backes Cemetery in Meade County
Thank you for listing this cemetery. I am working on connecting some cousins buried in Jeffers Cemetery here in Cottonwood County MN.
It would help me to have more information on some of these individuals. You refer to a book called Faith Heritage. Could you give me a fuller title and author.
Also could you tell me how to get an obituary for this man?
Name: John B Backes
Certificate Number: 124609
Death Day: 9
Death Month: Nov
Death Year: 1928
County: Meade
Page Number: 37

Added by MarillaW on Feb 23, 2015 2:09 PM

John Thomas Clevidence memorial
Thanks for the quick transfer. Nancy

Added by Daisy on Feb 23, 2015 1:53 PM

A Sindt
RE: Do you know where
Daniel Fees b 25 Nov 1827 OH d 28 Jul 1913
Find A Grave #62378299

One genealogy says he married twice:
(1) Lydia M Stivers Warren??
(2) Mary Wing 1860
Haven't found either wife's death as yet.
1920 Census, Big Buffalo, Jackson,SD
Fees Lydia M age 73 widowed
Pennell 35
Gladstone 33

Son Parnell Fees is Find A Grave #24474517 Everett,WA

Will keep looking--Stay Tuned!

Added by A Sindt on Feb 22, 2015 2:22 PM

Peggy Litzo
for creating and transferring the memorial. Peggy

Added by Peggy Litzo on Feb 22, 2015 9:09 AM

Dakota Pioneer
Vivian Klapperich Luce memorial
Thank you for for putting this on Find A Grave, and for the transfer. That was very thoughtful of you.


Added by Dakota Pioneer on Feb 16, 2015 8:06 PM

Sylvia Hertel
Gaylen L Hertel
Thank you for transferring Gaylen's memorial to me. I do greatly appreciate it.

Very Sincerely,
Sylvia M. Hertel

Added by Sylvia Hertel on Feb 15, 2015 7:13 PM

Sylvia Hertel
Gaylen L. Hertel #102876135
Gaylen was my first cousin, and his parents are very dear to me. Would you please transfer his memorial to me.

Sylvia M. Hertel

Added by Sylvia Hertel on Feb 15, 2015 3:27 AM

Cyndi Berg Jearman
Knut k Knutson father of Knut Johnson
Hi Ellen.

Knut Johnson 1881-was "I think" son of Knut K Knutson Holte (but may have been step father) 1844-1924, buried in South Dakota.

When the family lived in Blair, he was known as Knut Knutson Holte (census 1895, 1900, 1905) in Blair/Preston, WI

I'm still working on researching the family, but his father/step father is buried in South Dakota as well.

I'm not sure why Knut Johnson took last name Johnson, but perhaps it's because his father was John? Let me keep looking and I will get back to you.

I knew Knut Johnson was half brother of my Ebert Knutson, but was assuming Knut K Holte was his father, that may not be correct!

Added by Cyndi Berg Jearman on Feb 09, 2015 6:45 PM

Bill Feller
Levi Sheckler relatives
Some mystery solved....
Jennie Treaster(probably a niece of Amelia) married Clarence Osborne. Jennie (living in Miner Co, SD, was the nearest relative of Levi when he went to Soldiers Home. Jennie & Clarence apparently moved to Harding Co. Levi was probably with them when he died. I presume Levi Osborne was named after Levi Sheckler. ...The Osbornes are buried at Wakeman Cem, also.

Added by Bill Feller on Jan 30, 2015 1:08 PM

Bill Feller
Levi Sheckler
Regarding Levi Sheckler...Reading your memorial for him, I see there is mystery. Solving them is one of the things we enjoy.
Levi and Amelia lived in Miner Co, SD in 1900. She died in 1901. Thus you have her linked correctly. Here is a link to SDGravestones. . If you search that site for Levi, you will see that Levi's birth and military info were added to the same stone......In 1910, it looks like Levi was in a Soldiers Home in IL. The biggest mystery is yet unsolved. Why did he get buried at Wakeman Cem? No obvious relatives there. According to the 1900 census, they had no children. Also, why did someone glue on a plate that gave him the wrong birthdate?

Added by Bill Feller on Jan 30, 2015 12:29 PM

RE: It went through
I read your entire enrty before contacting you. Wen you said you needed a number I just figured it was the Find A Grave number for the person I wanted to be transferred. I ave learned from you...Wise One!

Added by Sherbie58 on Jan 14, 2015 2:01 PM

RE: It went through
Thanks for hanging in there with me!!

Added by Sherbie58 on Jan 14, 2015 7:11 AM

MN Headstone Hunter
RE: Thanks for information
Tickled to find him. Hoping to find his 1/2 brother William H Chubb in the same area. Thanks for all of your hard work.

Added by MN Headstone Hunter on Jan 12, 2015 7:43 AM

Rose Klix
Thank you
I appreciate your rapid response in transferring to me. Stay warm. We're having a c-c-cold snap here in TN.

Added by Rose Klix on Jan 08, 2015 8:55 PM

Robin Hinz
I'm having trouble getting back into the page, I talked with my Mom she said there is a Rita Wood buried at the family cemetery. She was the first one ever buried there. Can you edit it by going into the Wood Family cemetery or by James Louis Wood, my grandfather?

There is also an unmarked grave from the small pox epidemic where five to seven children from surrounding farms are buried.

Thank you
Robin Cole Hinz

Added by Robin Hinz on Jan 07, 2015 7:38 PM


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