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Kathy (#47171935)
 member for 7 years, 2 months, 3 days
Susan Barrow Spaulding
RE: Edits for Edgar, Louise, Linus, and Grace
They are part of the Spalding/Spaulding family. My husband is related, but not a direct relation.

If you would like to transfer....that would be fine with me.


Added by Susan Barrow Spaulding on Oct 26, 2016 3:02 PM

Susan Barrow Spaulding
RE: Edits for Edgar, Louise, Linus, and Grace
They are part of the Spalding/Spaulding family. My husband is related, but not a direct relation.

If you would like to transfer....that would be fine with me.


Added by Susan Barrow Spaulding on Oct 26, 2016 3:02 PM

Barbara Gibson
RE: Pettit edits
Dear Kathy, You know, you may have done all the work already!
Lets see what new information (if any) can be found. Take Care, Barbara

Added by Barbara Gibson on Oct 21, 2016 10:36 AM

Barbara Gibson
RE: Pettit edits
Dear Kathy, I will work on linking the Pettit's in Greenwood out as far as I am able to. I might find a married daughter some place. I could do this until January. Then I have to edit a paper for a friend. Would this be all right with you? Take Care Barbara

Added by Barbara Gibson on Oct 20, 2016 7:41 PM

Barbara Gibson
RE: Pettit edits
Dear Kathy, Hello! I am a Pettit by birth. The first recorded Pettit's were two brothers and a sister. John, Thomas, and Anna in 1630 from England to Boston. The two boys have pretty much fathered most of the Pettit's in the US and Canada.
I have been to the Wilson cemetery to see all the Pettit graves and I remember a Pettit Street. In reading about the town of Wilson the history of the Pettit line is Seth and an unknown dad who could have come from England like the first US Pettit's
or Long Island where Thomas and his line lived and still live. With all the new information one day we may find out who dad was. I have found a lot of Pettit's from Ireland came to the US at the time of the potato famine. But it all started with looking for Timothy Pettit born abt 1812 in Watertown, Jefferson county, New York. I thought I would look at the information people put on Find a Grave. A few people had all the family info but did not link them together. It looked like a nice winter project to link the Pettit's together. Take Care, Barbara. P.S. Even the southern Pettit's are in the Thomas line.

Added by Barbara Gibson on Oct 19, 2016 12:33 PM

Katherine White
RE: Pearl and Relief Bixby
Hi Kathy,
I'm not related, but had the info handy so I figured I'd pass it along. I've been photographing as much as I can at Maple Lawn & Evergreen Lawn (both Akron/Newstead, NY). Relief's surname of Hoisington caught my eye too. Out of curiousty, it made me wonder if she was any connection to Job Hoisington who is often referred to as "Buffalo's War Hero (1812).


Added by Katherine White on Oct 18, 2016 8:27 AM

Henry Webber
John Seeley
Thanks for the updates and I have accepted them. Thanks, Henry

Added by Henry Webber on Oct 17, 2016 8:03 AM

Harriet Hamlin
I am sorry I couldn't get in to take a picture of her name. But I could see her name through the window.

Added by Melinda on Oct 16, 2016 6:20 PM

RE: Ummels
I had the article for Ben and Barbara's 50th Anniversary and the children were listed so I was running down the names to make sure they were linked. Then I found that you and another contributor had bad links. I'll try to find the others that aren't on and get them listed.

Added by NJBrewer on Oct 15, 2016 7:08 PM

Kelly Dunlap
headstones and errors
You are right. My grandfathers org. head stone has the wrong death date on it and we except it, but is hard to correct on Find a Grave.

Added by Kelly Dunlap on Oct 12, 2016 11:00 AM

Kelly Dunlap
RE: Charlotte (Cole) Seeley
The seventh generation families : descendants of Robert Seeley (1602-1667) & Obadiah Seeley (1614-1657), page 6.

I am sorry I thought I had sent t before. These books are no more error free then headstones, which seems to be more common then people think.

Added by Kelly Dunlap on Oct 09, 2016 11:50 AM

kim mabee
Yes, thanks Kathy! I would be happy to take care of all or any Mabees you have created! I am the president of the Maybee/Mabee/Mabie society!

Added by kim mabee on Oct 06, 2016 5:23 AM

Tom Gazda
RE: Mary Dussault
Kathy, My brother is married to Karen Dussault and I am currently working the family in Ancestry. Once I figure out the relationships totally and get most of the edits done at that point I will request transfers for her immediate family. Thank you for the note. I'll be getting back to you and others.
Thank You, Tom

Added by Tom Gazda on Oct 01, 2016 10:49 AM

Cole/Ovid Union
Thanks for the info regarding Susan Cole at Ovid Union Cemetery.It has been added to her memorial.


Added by Treeclimber on Oct 01, 2016 10:41 AM

Kelly Dunlap
RE: Hezekiah Seeley
Hezekiah Seeley, death source: The seventh generation families : "Descendants of Robert Seeley (1602-1667) & Obadiah Seeley (1614-1657"), Pg.6. same source for Charlotte. He is my 3rd great grand-father and Charlotte is my 1st cousin 5 x removed. If you have their marriage date, please let me know. Thank you for helping and sorry I forgot getting back to you. I do not check messages often. Kelly

Added by Kelly Dunlap on Sep 30, 2016 11:20 AM

Donald G. Labaj
RE: Mary June (Ward) Lilley
Thank you for your kind words. I did not ask for a transfer because I have a damaged heart and have no idea how much longer I'm going to be around. As a result, I have chosen to spend the research time that I have left to work on my own family. Although I applaud your willingness to verify information on behalf of others, I find transferring memorials a much more efficient use of my time, and try not to be possessive of what I've created or judgmental of others.

Added by Donald G. Labaj on Sep 28, 2016 8:50 AM

Naomi Smith
RE: Martin and Gladys
No thank you.
Not at this time.

Added by Naomi Smith on Sep 27, 2016 10:34 PM

RE: Edits
Anytime and thank you for the better photo of Asahel Palmer!

Added by ChrisB on Sep 26, 2016 11:27 AM

Diane LM
RE: Edit for the Wests

Thanks for the note and the offer. I am not related. I just like to walk in the old sections.

Added by Diane LM on Sep 26, 2016 7:34 AM

Thanks for the edit!!

Added by James on Sep 18, 2016 6:08 AM

Beverly Smith
RE: Ezra C Mead
Think I forgot to thank you, Kathy, but I do appreciate it so much for the transfers. I am still on the hunt for the Mead's and Nelson's there in that area. Wish me luck, it just doesn't seem plausible that they could live there for considerable time and not leave some kind of trail. You think??

Added by Beverly Smith on Sep 17, 2016 10:01 AM

merle mcnutt
RE: Earl Armagost
Thank you for the reply. You can transfer her to me if you would like. She was my great uncle's grand daughter.


Added by merle mcnutt on Sep 15, 2016 5:28 AM

dan balgemann
Can you transfer 4 records to me. I have more data to add.

They are WITTKOPP (2) and JANAS (20 (152651171, 152651172, 152651170 and 152651169)

Thanks for your help.

Added by dan balgemann on Sep 14, 2016 11:22 AM

Almira Rockwell
I have transfered Almira to Greenwood Cemetery. Any additional information would be great since she is related to me -

Lyle D Rockwell (LDR)

Added by LDR on Sep 14, 2016 2:32 AM

Amelia (Crombie) Christy
Kate Ligenwalter
Hi Kathy,

Im perfectly fine with merging all those memorials together into mine to help make it a little cleaner and less cluttered :) Let me know if theres anything I can do to help with that process!


Added by Amelia (Crombie) Christy on Sep 13, 2016 12:48 PM


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