|Carolyn S||Rullkoetter #95388330|
Don't need to answer my message from a short time ago. I found the answer. On his death certificate.
Added by Carolyn S on May 22, 2015 11:11 PM
|Carolyn S||Rullkoetter #95388330|
Hi Lynn, I have a question about Henry Rullkoetter. He is my grandfather. You have that he worked for the Harry Knollman Mfg Co. Where did you get that information? I could not find any information about this company. I know at one time he worked for the Mercantile Cigar Co which was F.R.Rice Mercantile Cigar Co. according to his WW1 draft card.
Thanks, Carolyn Scism
Added by Carolyn S on May 22, 2015 10:06 PM
|Paul Mills||Stike family|
Thanks for making memorials for the remaining family of John and Cresent Stike.
As this helped in me contacting family on Hilda side of the family
Added by Paul Mills on May 18, 2015 1:27 PM
|Len||RE: Joseph A. Moutray|
You are so right, I made a mistake
Harvey Lester Moutray - 66521090
Grace Mattie Lick Moutray - 102159540
I try so hard to check my work but made a mistake,
Added by Len on May 16, 2015 4:11 PM
|MISSY A||Elva "Betty" Williamson Gill|
Thank you so much for the beautiful words you wrote about my Grandmother. She was very proud of her bowling and her accomplishments. It was nice to read about my Grandpa too, I wish I would have gotten to meet him. I miss her everyday. Thank you again for taking the time. Many blessings to you.
Added by MISSY A on May 14, 2015 3:28 AM
|Jennie||RE: Henry C. Hanley|
You're so sweet! I am so glad to hear that this mystery is solved, but it's all to the credit of Aunt Sue (Find A Grave no. 18287703) and her prolific poem collection! I'll be glad to attach both sides of the clipping and send them to you if you like; my email is Jennie2020@hotmail.com.
Added by Jennie on May 13, 2015 7:03 PM
I began transcribing this cemetery when I worked there and added records from the interment books and walked each garden w my camera. I created an Excel spreadsheet (sortable) with all the interments. I am now rewalking each garden with my spreadsheet and checking off each interment for accuracy. I am finding in each garden, I missed markers here and there. Living the capture and find myself apologizing outloud to the deceased! I know--I'm a lunatic!
Added by Embalmu2 on May 13, 2015 5:23 AM
|Embalmu2||Boerners at Oak Hill|
Hi Lynn--I am rewalking all of the gardens that I photographed and I missed the Boerner markers! They are now posted. Yay! Janis
Added by Embalmu2 on May 12, 2015 6:08 PM
|Kathy||RE: Forrest Irvin Peeler #29771849|
Thank you very much for responding. It is most appreciated. The epithaph is most appropiate isn't it? Have a great day. Take care & God bless.
Added by Kathy on May 12, 2015 7:25 AM
|Kathy||Forrest Irvin Peeler #29771849|
I forgot to state how we're related.
Forrest is actually a 3rd Cousin Twice removed to my husband. Forrest & my husband's common ancestors are two brothers, Jean-Marie Pilere & Jean Bapriste Pilere. Thus all the Cousin thing.
Added by Kathy on May 10, 2015 7:06 PM
|Kathy||Forrest Irvin Peeler #29771849|
You did an excellant job using the chalk. I would have never thought of that. Since this a newborn infant with a very unusual marker. If you can. Would you pleas see if the epithaph under the dates can still be read & send us the transcription? My heart always aches for those young ones who never got to know their family. The work we are doing is making it possible for our grandkids to understand what our ancestors went through during their time here. My boys were amazed at the motality rate of the children in the 1600 & 1700s. It has made them realize how blessed their children are today. So!
If you can't we'll live but it never hurts to ask. Hope you have a safe & enjoyable week. Take care & God bless.
Added by Kathy on May 10, 2015 6:18 PM
Thanks for the info, Lynn. Haven't heard from the other contributor, but when I do I will share your info with him. I noticed the wrong DOB too. Glad you noted on the memorial about no headstone. Apparently cemetery workers are getting real testy about duplicate requests for location info. I don't blame them. Until recently, I hadn't even thought about adding "no marker" to my memorials after someone has looked for one. I'll let you know what the other guy says.
Added by Carole on May 09, 2015 3:36 PM
|Roger D. Britton Sr.||George B.Kessinger|
Thank you for creating a memorial for our friend George B.Kessinger. George also known as Monkey to his friends served in the U.S. Navy. Can you please tell me why George does not have a Veteran Head Marker?
Added by Roger D. Britton Sr. on May 05, 2015 6:03 PM
|S. Trotter||RE: Allen Kendrick Wagaman|
Glad it helped! These little death notices have been a mini goldmine and actually solved some 'cold cases.' Onward - Sylvia
Added by S. Trotter on May 04, 2015 9:54 AM
|Tom Matzen||Corp William Henry Blackwell|
Please add a link to his oldest sons page:
I was wondering where the birthdate and place info came from? The wife's maiden name is listed as Alford on this page, Kelso on George's page and but the marriage license at Calhoun County list it as Snider?
Great Great Grandson of George F. Blackwell
Added by Tom Matzen on May 03, 2015 11:53 PM
|Anthony J Allegra||Mary Elizabeth Woolley Porter (#93432485)|
I hope you are well. I finally got a chance to double back on my info and look a little bit at Susan Miller Woolley and Mary Catharine Miller McDaniel's parents.
I found a marriage record for a Joseph Miller in Perry County dated 4 Oct 1849 to a Mary Jane Row. I am going to guess that this is our Joseph as it is the only one in the right date range. I've cross referenced it against the 1850 and 1860 census records showing Joseph Miller b. abt 1823 in Ohio and Mary J. Miller b. abt 1831 in Maryland.
With this info, I'm pretty sure that Mary J. Miller's maiden name was Row or Rowe.
I haven't gotten a chance to see if the Civil War soldier is our Joseph yet, but I'll be doing some research on that soon. I'll be in Ohio from May 16th to May 24th and I definitely plan on making my way up to New Straitsville for at least one day.
Added by Anthony J Allegra on Apr 29, 2015 11:43 AM
|Betty Solooki||Bach Cemetery in Calhoun County, Illinois|
My family recently spent the day in Calhoun County trying to track down the Bach Cemetery. No one we spoke to in Gilead (What is left of it) or Hardin had even heard of it. We did locate two old cemeteries which do not appear to have been documented which were on private property. Do you have any idea where the cemetery is or was located. My great uncle Benjamin Edward Fitzgearl and my Great aunt Anna Pearl Fitzgearl Bach are buried there and we would like to visit their graves if they still exist. Thank you for all you do.
Added by Betty Solooki on Apr 28, 2015 1:27 PM
Added by JT on Apr 27, 2015 3:32 PM
|JT||Request for Transfer of Memorial Management|
It is requested that a transfer of memorial management be granted for memorials 100961794 and 100961795 (Lawrence and Edna Gifford) as in accordance with the "Find A Grave" policies as I am their son. Thank you for your time and prompt attention.
Added by JT on Apr 26, 2015 11:51 PM
|Debbie Kilgore||Grandville D Morris # 51867506|
This is my 2nd ggrandfather. Would you mind transferring his site to me? Thanks
Added by Debbie Kilgore on Apr 23, 2015 7:26 AM
|Robert Champlin||RE: Florence Klaas|
Thank you for sending me the entire obituary. I may (hope) I already thanked you, but since I can't thank you enough..... Thank you!
Added by Robert Champlin on Apr 22, 2015 12:20 PM
|Jack||George Levi Palmer's Wives|
I have suggested edits for Mary Susan Brown Palmer and Mary Ann Stewart Palmer. George Levi Palmer is my G.G.Grandfather, and I had this information in my family records. My email is email@example.com
Added by Jack on Apr 21, 2015 11:41 PM
|Gail Hill||RE: Richard Forbes|
Did you find Mariah's obit in the Alton telegraph too?
And again where did you find Richards parents names?
Thanks again, Gail
Added by Gail Hill on Apr 17, 2015 2:51 PM
|Gail Hill||Richard Forbes|
Hi, You replied to me about looking on ancestry for the information I needed on Richard Tate. I am the one who has posted all the information to date about him. I am also the lady who left flowers on his memorial page.
Can you tell me where you found his parents names so I can verify them and please send me his Obit.
Also Please send me Mariah's Obit. Thank you so much.
If it helps you, my ancestry for the Forbes Family on my tree have all been verified if that information helps with the other questions about Louella Forbes
Richard Tate Forbes B: October 19,1841
D: April 12,1912
Mariah Burrows Forbes B: April 9, 1853
D: June 19, 1940
Added by Gail Hill on Apr 17, 2015 10:06 AM
|Jo Ann||Louella Wright|
Will you check her Memorial to see if I have the information correct. I added the children from Henry Forbes Memorial. Are they all correct? Thanks.
Added by Jo Ann on Apr 14, 2015 8:55 PM