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Carol Darling (#47093584)
 member for 6 years, 8 months, 10 days
RE: Isaac Atwater
Well, I guess he won't make the cut. Interested man in the history of Minnesota


Added by leslie on Sep 08, 2015 4:53 PM

Marble family
Hello again. May I use Dency Marble Lamphier & her family's photos on my ancestry tree. Thanks.

Added by MWH on Sep 08, 2015 3:12 PM

RE: Isaac Atwater
Hi Carol

I was going to write a biography for him, but when I went to the page that you now manage, I couldn't even find the "famous" button to submit. I don't know if that has to be done when it is created or not. Let me know if you think we should try to push it or not.


Added by leslie on Sep 08, 2015 12:04 PM

RE: Daniel Doubleday
Thank you very much

Added by LS on Sep 08, 2015 10:00 AM

RE: Isaac Atwater
Sorry, I didn't put in the last note that I did send an edit to the person with the memorial at Lakewood to link to his parents


Added by leslie on Sep 04, 2015 2:27 PM

RE: Isaac Atwater
I came across this as I was going through old newspaper obituaries. Isaac had quite a life here in Minnesota. It's from the obituary that I was able to trace to your pages you created. At this time I would only know about Isaac

Here is the link if you want to read a bit about him


Added by leslie on Sep 04, 2015 2:12 PM

RE: Homer & Helen Titus

My pleasure, glad to be of assistance!


Added by Wanda on Sep 03, 2015 8:57 PM

Don Bogart
William W. Clintsman
Hello Again Carol,

One of Henry Clintsman's sons was killed at the battle of Chaffin's Farm in the civil war. He was honored in the local paper and listed as one of the dead. I cannot find where he is buried, but being only 22 when he died I assume that he would have been sent home to his parents. Is there any chance you could take a look in the cemetery where Henry is Buried and see if there is a W.W. Clintsman? He should have a veterans flag. I am currently checking around Virginia at battlefield monuments. But to no avail. Thank you in advance. Have a nice day.

Don Bogart

Added by Don Bogart on Aug 17, 2015 9:22 PM

Don Bogart
RE: Truman Clintsman
I am so sorry for the confusion earlier. I just copied and pasted the wrong profile number, the new one I sent last night is correct. Truman's mother is Phebe Houghtailing Clintsman (Memorial #90052963).
I think I was looking at my Great Grandmother's memorial and copied the wrong number. Thank you for correcting it again. Have a nice night.


Added by Don Bogart on Aug 17, 2015 8:49 PM

Don Bogart
Truman Clintsman

I am so sorry. I gave you the wrong information. I just made the correction. The woman I put as his mother is actually his sister. She is also my Great X3 Grandmother. Truman is one of my uncles, in a round about way. Thank you and sorry for the mishap. I copied the wrong member number.


Added by Don Bogart on Aug 16, 2015 9:15 PM

RE: Maria Burt Cobb
Sorry. I just assumed it was 1804 because the cemetery record said 1904. Obviously it was wrong.

Added by bam on Aug 16, 2015 5:59 PM

Gail Seeley
I'm amazed at how you make those old letters and dates pop! What, besides aluminum foil, is your secret? Thanks for any words of wisdom!

Added by Gail Seeley on Jun 24, 2015 4:44 PM

Mary Houghton
RE: Merritt H. Greene

Thank you for your message.

I'm a daughter of Everett E. Houghton and Lucy Greene Houghton. Hugh Greene and Mary Titus Greene, who are buried in Branch View Cemetery in South Royalton, were my grandparents.

Thank you for adding the birth and death information about my mother on her Find A Grave page.

Mary Titus Greene's father was Edwin B. Titus (1832-1876) and her mother was Lucy Eaton (1836-1913). Both are buried in South Moriah Cemetery, Moriah, NY. If you would like to have more information on earlier generations of Tituses, please let me know. (My mother had a Titus relative who sent her a lot of information, back in the 1990s.)

About Merritt H. Greene - I know who his mother was, but I don't think there is any Find A Grave page for her. if you wish, you can add this text to Merritt's Find a Grave page:

"His mother was Anna S. Jeremiah (1854 - 1901). Olin Greene and Anna Jeremiah were married in 1882. Anna is probably buried in Newark, Wayne County, NY."

Added by Mary Houghton on May 22, 2015 8:25 PM

Michael Walter
RE: Wm. Chaplin and Theodosia Gilbert Chaplin
Delighted to be able to add the images for Theodosia Gilbert Chaplin and Wm. Chaplin. They were important members of the abolitionist movement. They deserve to be fully remembered.

Added by Michael Walter on May 12, 2015 12:30 PM

RE: Fred J. Haskell
Hi Carol,
Unfortunately, the map doesn't always agree with how the section/lot numbers have been done. The map is pretty outdated too. There are changes that have been made since the map was done, but it is the last complete one done. You'll find several in that end of Section 3. They were numbered Section 3, but from the map it looks like 7. Section C on the map is missing lot numbers. Sections of 6 and I are some of the others that may not match the map.

Added by kswh on May 09, 2015 12:00 PM

Grace K. (Crewe) Austin
RE: 70857412 Albert E. Gillette
Thank You, Carol I added the info to his memorial.

Added by Grace K. (Crewe) Austin on Apr 27, 2015 3:29 AM

L Evans
Lucy ....
I did an overall search on FindaGrave, and found her in the cemetery you mentioned :)... Thanks so very much. I am most interested in this family as I believe they are from my Eaton & Webster lines.
Thanks so Very Much.... Blessings to You and Yours,

Added by L Evans on Apr 25, 2015 9:30 AM

L Evans
Lucy ....
Ok... what you just wrote sounds familiar :) I did a search through my records for the surnames in your note, but I had nothing in my listings.... do you recall her maiden name so I can find her?
Thanks so very much for your assistance!

Added by L Evans on Apr 25, 2015 9:21 AM

L Evans
Lucy M. Eaton Titus
Congratulations on finding her... but I think you wrote me by mistake. She is not one of my memorials.

Added by L Evans on Apr 24, 2015 10:20 PM

RE: Harvey Morton # 12656677
Hi Carol,
Thanks so much for the names on the other side of the spire headstone. They are a little surprising in that I was expecting some more Morton names. Very interesting that they are Pratt, Woodbury, & Ashton. I have some research to do to see if there is any relation to either Harvey Morton or his wife Cordelia Harrington. I appreciate your help very much.
Best regards,
Sharon Jones

Added by SLJ on Apr 17, 2015 8:57 AM

Harvey Morton # 12656677
Greetings Carol! Thank you so very much for all the fabulous Morton family headstone photos. They are wonderful and definitely correct several bits of mis-information that has been circulating. I have 2 questions about the photos on Harvey Morton's memorial # 12656677. On the detail photo of his inscription there is a partial inscription above his name. All I can read is Aged 1X years. For the life of me I can't figure out who this might be. Do you know?
Also in the photo of the tall spire I can see several individuals on the left side of the stone. The image is not clear enough to make out any names. Do you know who these might be? Even one or two names might help. Thanks so much, Sharon Jones

Added by SLJ on Apr 16, 2015 12:19 PM

renee rappold
Hello Carol, You have #63927355 Marcellus K Darling site, Are you related to him? Also if you live near that cemetery, could you take a picture sometime. Renee

Added by renee rappold on Apr 04, 2015 10:48 AM

AJ Jackson
Mary (Mrs. Isaac) Brown
Thanks for the transfer, Carol!

Added by AJ Jackson on Mar 24, 2015 8:20 PM

AJ Jackson
RE: Mary (Mrs. Isaac) Brown
Hi Carol;

Thank you very much for adding the obituary to Mary’s memorial. Its’ up to you as to whether you would like to transfer. Mary is a distant relative, but the family is dear to me as they brought to me one of those cousins whom I never knew existed. She was born in my great great grandfather’s home in New York and had letters from the 1930’s that referenced my family. We’ve since become great friends and pen pals. She is my consummate example of the joys brought by Find A Grave and invaluable contributors such as yourself.

Thanks for all that you do!

Added by AJ Jackson on Mar 19, 2015 9:58 PM

Dresserville Cemetery
May I have your permission to copy the headstone photo of Jesse & Ruth Johnson for my family tree. I would give you credit for taking the photo. Holly

Added by Holly on Mar 07, 2015 3:07 AM


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