|Cyndi Bennett||Paul Daemicke|
Well, my record-keeping in the past was not as good as it is today... I believe I have his birthplace listed as Buffalo as that's where the family was living in 1850. On my Ancestry.com page, I have Albany. Sorry!
By the way, my first husband was descended from Louis Daemicke.
Added by Cyndi Bennett on Jul 01, 2015 1:48 PM
|Sherry ||RE: Ida Ferree|
Sure. I just happened to find it on microfilm this morning while searching for something else and knew you were working on the Ferree family.
Added by Sherry on Jun 30, 2015 12:11 PM
|Linda & Joe Richards||Memorial #107530014|
After further review, it may be that James Coyne and Sarah Quigly Coyne were the parents of the wife of Charles D. Dickinson. Do you have photos of the tombstone of Charles D. Dickinson?
Added by Linda & Joe Richards on Jun 20, 2015 8:56 PM
|Linda & Joe Richards||Memorial # 107530014|
Please review the photo you have posted for Charles D. Dickinson. The tombstone photo you have posted for this memorial is for a James Coyne and his wife, Sarah Quigly Coyne. I am helping a cousin research his family. Charles D. Dickinson was his grandfather, and has no known relationship to James Coyne or Sarah Quigly Coyne.
Perhaps you have the correct photo for this memorial, so we would appreciate your posting it and removing the incorrect photo. Thank you.
Added by Linda & Joe Richards on Jun 20, 2015 8:41 PM
I noticed that the member who has many memorials in Oakland is asking for other people to take over management of any they want. Since you do so much wonderful work for this cemetery's memorials, I thought you might want to ask for management.
She is offering these to anyone, not just family members.
Her name is Judy K. Brantley/Wilson and her member # is
46578531. Among others she has John C. Rogers # 79167981 and Florence Rogers Saul # 54201126. You recently added photos on both of these memorials. ~ LVRV
Added by LVRV on Jun 19, 2015 9:40 PM
|mike reeves||RE: Remson transfers|
Any family findagrave members have yet to express an interest in these infant memorials and, in their absence, a dedicated contributor who did create their mother's memorial and research the family links would appear to be a good custodian of the records... Appreciate your body of work !
Added by mike reeves on Jun 19, 2015 9:18 AM
|Kathy Fullerton||RE: Kittie Kress|
ok that will be fine.
Thanks a lot. I appreciate all that you do.
Added by Kathy Fullerton on Jun 17, 2015 8:25 PM
|LVRV||Florence Rogers Saul|
Thanks so much for letting me know about the previously established memorial for Florence Rogers Saul. I will delete mine so that there is no confusion. Your photos are excellent. ~ LVRV
Added by LVRV on Jun 17, 2015 7:20 PM
|Julia Ather||RE: Henry R. Powers|
Thanks so much for finding it. I've had other people tell me to add a middle name, but then when I ask where it comes from, they never reply. I would just like to stay as accurate as possible!
Added by Julia Ather on Jun 17, 2015 4:40 PM
|Julia Ather||Henry R. Powers|
Hi, and thanks for the great photos of Henry's plot and gravestone! I got your suggestion to make his middle name Richard. Can you please give me a source for that? I would try to find it myself, but I honestly don't have the time right now. Thanks!
Added by Julia Ather on Jun 17, 2015 3:31 PM
|Joe Gardner||Joseph Gardner Eggleston|
Sewanee, Tennessee; father was born in "Holmes County, Mississippi" on Wanalaw Plantation. Sincerely, Joseph Eggleston Gardner
Added by Joe Gardner on Jun 16, 2015 8:35 PM
|Kathy Fullerton||RE: Kittie Kress|
Kittie Kress is my daughter in law's child. Kittie had a twin, Leah. I know there was much stress at the time of her dying I found the information in my daughter in law's file that she gave me to do some genealogy for her.
It may be best not to post too much on line about the difficulty they experienced. I was just giving the correct information but you don't have to post it.
I am sorry I sent you that information now. Didn't mean to stir any muddy water.
Added by Kathy Fullerton on Jun 16, 2015 4:23 PM
F. Rogers' monument is on Rogers Hill. I had just taken photos of John C. Rogers. So you may be able to easily see Florence Rogers' monument when you are in that area. It is a wonderful service that you are doing.
Added by LVRV on Jun 16, 2015 3:01 PM
|LVRV||Lena Evers Beermann|
Hi, I'm so glad you took a clear picture of her marker with the full inscription. I had just added the full poem under the pic I took when I noticed you had added a new photo.
I was just visiting in Atlanta and made a quick visit to the cemetery and took a few random photos. One person did not have a memorial yet and that is Florence Rogers #147746783.
You can probably get a better photo for F. Rogers and I will remove my photos if you want to add yours. Because you are working so hard on Oakland, if you would like to create a memorial for her, I will delete mine.
Added by LVRV on Jun 15, 2015 12:06 PM
Thank you for the interesting tidbit about him, I have added it to his bio. The tree is amazingly beautiful.
Added by rhondajo on Jun 11, 2015 4:36 PM
|Karen J Kirk||RE: edit request|
Other Find A Grave contributors aren't this difficult to deal with. I have a email that you should have responded to. The way you find a memorial doesn't mean you take pictures of it as is. I have been doing this a long time. You want to provide a decent picture by cleaning it off before you take the picture, giving the person requesting this your best. This picture isn't the best.
Added by Karen J Kirk on Jun 09, 2015 8:31 PM
|Kenneth Greene, Jr.||RE: Stephen Fisher photo|
They are hard to photograph. I took one straight on and figured no one would want to see me.
Added by Kenneth Greene, Jr. on Jun 09, 2015 5:03 PM
|Carol Robertson White||RE: PHOTO UPDATE|
The cemetery photo is automatically placed but if you are the owner of a particular person you may remove and add other photos. I just thought it was a great photo to share and thought you might like to use it.
Added by Carol Robertson White on Jun 07, 2015 5:42 AM
|LoveYourPast||RE: Florizel von Reuter|
Thank you for the link I will have to read it when I get back from vacation
Added by LoveYourPast on Jun 04, 2015 8:33 PM
|Judy Gann Sims||Amanda McCants Winter|
Thank you for posting the pictures and information.
Added by Judy Gann Sims on Jun 04, 2015 10:25 AM
|LoveYourPast||Florizel von Reuter|
Thank you for sending me the information on Florizel von Reuter. I have sent an email to Find A Grave to see if he qualifies as a famous person.
Added by LoveYourPast on Jun 02, 2015 10:08 PM
|KJS||RE: Florizel Reuter|
He does sound like he was an interesting guy. I wonder how they ended up in Waukesha. I found out where his mom and dad are buried (well, not his mom, but I found an article about her death in Berlin) and asked that the creator of Florizel's memorial link them.
There were actually quite a few newspaper articles about Florizel & Marguerite (who didn't adopt the "von" in her last name) in the Waukesha Freeman (and other newspapers, especially Iowa). If you can access Newspaper Archives, you might enjoy them.
Added by KJS on Jun 02, 2015 5:26 PM
|Rick Kauffman||William Nicolson|
Thank you for the information!
Added by Rick Kauffman on Jun 02, 2015 3:38 PM
|Judy Gann Sims||RE: A. Winters - Oakland|
Thank you for the information.
Added by Judy Gann Sims on Jun 01, 2015 7:02 AM
|Gone But Not Forgotten||Weird|
Now this site is posting everything twice. Go figure.....
Added by Gone But Not Forgotten on May 31, 2015 1:55 PM