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A Girl Who Loves Genealogy (#47178231)
 member for 4 years, 7 months, 10 days
RE: I would love to chat with you.
I believe we have talked about this connection on Ancestry.

Added by amore on Apr 20, 2014 10:59 AM

Delila Duffy
Frances Foot
I think I 'got' it now. Please check it out for any other spelling errors.
p.s. So very glad I was able to help you with your research!

Added by Delila Duffy on Apr 16, 2014 7:51 PM

Delila Duffy
Mary Ford Memorial
First: you're very welcome.
Second: I checked the memorial and do not see where I input Fraes. Can you please explain?

Added by Delila Duffy on Apr 16, 2014 2:48 PM

RE: Hello my good friend!
I am doing good, moved and finally bought that new car I was waiting for. Looks like you have been very busy! How are you doing? And remember if you ever come to town let me know and we can grab lunch! Or dinner!


Added by DebStarrett on Apr 11, 2014 4:49 PM

Rich H.
Horace Y. "Harry" Haring

Added by Rich H. on Apr 09, 2014 7:32 PM

RE: I am so glad you are starting young!
My grandmother got me hooked young. She had me trying to figure out who people were in the old family photos she acquired from her mother when I was about 15 and that really sparked the interest. Now 17 years later, it's something I truly love and do on a daily basis. :) It's so great that it's something she and I can share too, especially since we live 1200 miles apart.

Added by jenny on Apr 09, 2014 12:32 PM

Van Doorns
Thanks for the additional info on W.G.A. and Florence. Just added what you sent. You're doing a great job gathering information!


Added by jenny on Apr 09, 2014 7:23 AM

Urban Slinn
Hello! Just wanted to let you know I linked Urban's parents and changed his birth year. Thanks for the info!


Added by jenny on Apr 07, 2014 4:46 PM

Ellie's Grandma
RE: Hello my good friend!
I thought that was you! It was brutal here, too, this winter. Twice as much snow as normal and so cold. But spring has finally sprung. :)


Added by Ellie's Grandma on Apr 07, 2014 10:03 AM

Ellie's Grandma
Find A Grave Memorial# 100898480

I was getting ready to link George M. Taylor to his parents when I found your memorial for George and his wife, Ruby.

I've already made the memorial, as I said before I found yours. They are not buried in Kenton Co at Highland Cemetery, but are buried at Butler (aka Flour Creek) Cemetery in Pendleton Co. If I'd seen it first... but had no idea of the connection to the family in Covington.

I have multiple tie-ins to this family. Guess you do, too!

Would you like to move your memorials to the correct cemetery and I can then delete my memorials and add the stone photo to yours?

I've never quite run across this exact situation before, but will handle this in whichever way you'd like, as your memorial was earlier than mine.

"Ellie's Grandma"

Added by Ellie's Grandma on Apr 06, 2014 10:20 PM

Dave Peck
Hi there Dave! (Margaret Ackerson)
On my previous message, I meant to say Ackerson, not Ackerman. It is terrific that you are donating your time to help preserve these records.
Thanks very much,
Dave Peck

Added by Dave Peck on Apr 06, 2014 9:57 PM

Dave Peck
Margaret Ackerman
Thanks for the kind words. I was in Tappan to see the Old 76 Mabie Tavern .
Yost Mabie is an ancestral relative and I see that you have added his widow Jane Ackerman to findagave.
Enjoy the springtime,
Dave Peck

Added by Dave Peck on Apr 06, 2014 9:43 PM

Rich H.
RE: Ohhhhhh
Thanks for the kind words.

Added by Rich H. on Apr 06, 2014 5:34 PM

Laura Goodman
Thank You
Thanks for your assistance with family links in the Nanuet True Reformed Church Cemetery. Your kindness and enthusiasm is appreciated and makes for a pleasant experience.

Added by Laura Goodman on Apr 03, 2014 10:42 AM

Michael McCue
Henry Hutton
I did it but now we have William dying in 1823 and Henry being born in 1825

Added by Michael McCue on Apr 02, 2014 3:52 PM

Steven Loeffler
Broughton Lunt memorial
No......Thank Y-O-U very much for providing thee important mother & father links for the Broughton Lunt memorial. Its amazing to see a memorial grow from the links and submissions provided by family members, other Find A Grave members, and site visitors. Thank you again!


Added by Steven Loeffler on Apr 01, 2014 10:41 PM

Mary C. Devine Sims
After reading your first message, I noticed I had not linked all the children (the ones where I was the submitter) and had just finished them by the time the second message popped up. Perhaps it was late and I intended to do it the next day and failed to do so. Please ask all the other volunteers to link the remainder of her children to their mother. Thank you for your encouraging words....that makes all the time researching and entering memorials worthwhile. I love links, too! Kind regards, Nancy

Added by NGL on Apr 01, 2014 6:10 PM

Jim Monical
Elizabeth Ann Mowerson
Hi There!
Thanks for the notification! I had not realized that Susan Straut Mowerson had married 2) Albert Bogert. I have made the connections and also made corrections for Peter Mowerson. Yes, according to Ackerman and Goff's 1944 Saddle River DRC baptism transcriptions, Elizabeth's parents are shown as Peter J. Mowerson and Maria Eccerson. Shows born Dec 24, 1838 and bapt. Mar 1939 (no day given).

Added by Jim Monical on Mar 26, 2014 6:19 PM

Rich H.
Elizabeth Mabie Blanch
Where is the warm weather you promised to send?

Added by Rich H. on Mar 26, 2014 6:11 PM

Connie Lou
Chester Birish
If you are referring to the message I left Chester in February, 2013, well, no, he never responded to me, however, looking at this bio and stats, it appears he initiated some photo requests in November 2013, so he must still be kicking.

Added by Connie Lou on Mar 26, 2014 1:39 PM

John Disney
So pleased to be able to help you. Thanks for your mailing me. Regards,

Added by buttershap on Mar 26, 2014 9:50 AM

Rich H.
Elizabeth Naugle Bogert
Thanks, great to hear from you!

Added by Rich H. on Mar 20, 2014 4:28 AM

Daniel Wyatt
Your Welcome. Been trying to get some done this long cold winter.

Added by Daniel Wyatt on Mar 19, 2014 1:12 PM

Mary "Howard Danks

My name is Mary "Millard" Vincent and I am doing research on my 2X grandfather James Millard b. 1812, England and married Mary Howard b. 1814 England. I found her in the 1859 US Federal Census Allegany Co. Maryland, listed as Mary Miller along with 3 of her daughters, Ann, Elizabeth and Mary and birth years match for all 3 daughters, b. England. And a Selina b. Maryland. No husband listed, assuming he died prior to 1850."Howard" Millard married a Samuel Danks and lived in Preston Co. WV according to what is posted on Find A Grave. I seriously feel this is my 2X grandmother. Found this info on Family Search but cannot find it on Ancestry of which I am a member. Really would like to cement this info:)

Kind regards,
Mary "Millard" Vincent

Added by mlvee on Mar 17, 2014 9:07 PM

Jerry Hurlbert
Tusket Cemetery

I believe we can thank you for getting the Tusket Cemetery started, if not, OK. I am really impressed with your stated bio, in particular the last five paragraphs. I am so tired of dealing with "collectors" who have to try to be the next person to x,000. Thanks for your policies.

I am in the process of posting four handwritten pages of Hurlbert ancestors in Yarmouth County, sent by Bill Lent to my father in 1970. Do you know of anyone who is interested in taking pictures in Southern Nova Scotia. There are a lot of requests just sitting there.

Thanks .... Jerry

Added by Jerry Hurlbert on Mar 12, 2014 10:53 PM


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