|Lisa Finger||Niederstein/Gabriel Grave|
Thank you for the kind words. I'm glad the photos were helpful. I think I did not realize these were duplicates because I initially misread the surname as Francis, not realizing it was John's middle name, and later caught the error and corrected them.I don't think the memorials can be merged so I added the photos to the prior ones and deleted mine. Best of luck with your research!
Added by Lisa Finger on Mar 02, 2015 5:40 PM
Transferred John over to you. What an amazing obituary he has! I'm jealous. Been going through the Philadelphia Inquirer for my ancestors and I'm lucky to get a death date and place of burial!
Added by jenny on Feb 17, 2015 9:22 AM
|Joseph R. Klett||RE: Hello there Joseph!|
My connection is to Theodosia Emily Richards (1859-1930), wife of Daniel Loughlin Jr. She's a 3rd cousin. -Joe
Added by Joseph R. Klett on Feb 08, 2015 11:21 AM
|Debbie S.||Thomas Tasman|
Greetings--This is my 3rd great-grandfather. Would you be willing to transfer his memorial over to me. That way I can add all of his other information.
Added by Debbie S. on Feb 07, 2015 10:36 PM
Do you also know where he is buried?
Added by gordonphilbin on Jan 28, 2015 4:19 AM
|squadron a association||Good Job|
Keep up the great work !
Vince, Squadron A
Added by squadron a association on Jan 18, 2015 11:24 AM
|Ruth Ann ||HI.|
Iwill try this time not to send a blank message. I am descended from Joseph Jones, who married Mary Covalt. We lived in Cincinnati for twenty years off and on, but I wasn't so interested in genealogy at that point. I have also discovered several other branches of my tree who lived in the Cincinnati area. My Jones ancestors moved on to Fountain County, Indiana, where one of them married B F Kell, my great great grandfather.
Ruth Ann Schwenke
Added by Ruth Ann on Jan 17, 2015 11:24 AM
I made the links to her husbands--thanks for the information. I check for edits a couple of times a week, so will look out for others.
Added by Pat on Jan 15, 2015 5:56 PM
|Emily Stokes Rowe||RE: Hello there|
Well, I do know that there was at least one other Patrick Dillon, who died at the end of 1863. This one is not the right one as there was a probate ad which listed his survivors. He lived in Cohoes and was about 42. I found the probate ad and him in the census.
Added by Emily Stokes Rowe on Jan 05, 2015 11:29 AM
|Emily Stokes Rowe||RE: hello there...|
The obit is not an obit - just a death notice with no information about family - so, we can't be positive it's the right Patrick Dillon.
Added by Emily Stokes Rowe on Jan 04, 2015 12:00 PM
|Naturstein||RE: I had to take a moment to thank you...|
Thanks for this special moment and thanks for Your contributions (in 2015) too.
Added by Naturstein on Jan 02, 2015 10:23 PM
|tofftroy||St. John's & St. Mary's are two different defunct cemeteries|
The Dillons who had been buried at St. John's, but who should no longer be there, are identified at the Troy Irish Genealogy Society website. If your Dillons had been at St. John's, odds are that they're at Calvary Cemetery in Glenmont, or St. Agnes Cemetery in Menands.
Added by tofftroy on Jan 02, 2015 5:18 PM
|Nancy Cornelius||Rosa Warren at Memory Hill in Marshall Co. AL|
Hello and Happy New Year. I have found the stones for this family. This stone is shared between Martha E, Tom J, Lerma, Martha E, Wm J, Rosa, and Roy Warren. Have posted pics on their memorials. These flat footstone markers are beginning to wear down and get covered up. Have a great year. Rosa's stone has her maiden name as Hagwood. Will ask for an edit due to this, but stones can be wrong. Thanks.
Added by Nancy Cornelius on Jan 01, 2015 6:48 PM
|Emily Stokes Rowe||RE: Hello sent your way...|
I noticed you updated Patrick Dillon's memorial, obviously with information I sent our mutual friend, but didn't include the date of his death, other than the year. You do know we can't know for certain that the information I found is the right Patrick Dillon. If it is the right Patrick Dillon, the funeral was at St Mary's. Would the burial originally been at St John's - didn't the church have a churchyard? I agree that the burial would have been moved to St Agnes, as that cemetery opened up at the same time the present St Mary's was built (1867). I don't know Catholic traditions, but other churches did have churchyards - unless St John's was St Mary's burying site.
Added by Emily Stokes Rowe on Jan 01, 2015 11:07 AM
|Emily Stokes Rowe||Patrick Dillon|
Now I really want to talk with you. I just found the memorial you put up for Patrick Dillon. Please contact me via my e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, especially since we appear to be working on the same stuff. I think I may have found his funeral notice in the Albany papers. 1864, but it puts his birth as 1786.
Added by Emily Stokes Rowe on Dec 30, 2014 4:39 PM
|Emily Stokes Rowe||Mary Dillons birthdate|
I noticed you have put her birthdate on the record. I can tell you that it is correct as I have obtained her death certificate and it is on there. Her death certificate states she died on board the "Newark" at the SP Mole - which is the long wharf terminus of the trancontinental railroad that served passengers between San Francisco and the East Bay. The death certificate states her mother's maiden name isn't known, but her father was Patrick Dillon.
Added by Emily Stokes Rowe on Dec 28, 2014 12:13 PM
|Merry||William A. Curtis|
You have this person entered twice - 139537377 and 139459234. You might want to delete one.
Added by Merry on Dec 28, 2014 11:01 AM
|Emily Stokes Rowe||RE: Hello there Emily...|
Hmm. It sounds as if we have been speaking with the same person. If you are interested, I have pictures of both Mary and Charlotte. You can contact me via e-mail at email@example.com
Emily Stokes Rowe
Added by Emily Stokes Rowe on Dec 19, 2014 2:06 PM
|Emily Stokes Rowe||Mary Dillon McIntyre d 4/19/1906 Alameda county|
I also am trying to figure out her date of birth. If the cemetery records say she was 68 years, 3 months, 27 days old, I get she was born in January 1838 not December 1831. Can you enlighten me? I also notice the variable dates on census records! This woman was the half sister of my gr - gr grandfather James Campbell. I had been searching for her and her sister Charlotte (d 1909 San Francisco).
Any information you may possess would be gratefully received :).
Emily Stokes Rowe
Added by Emily Stokes Rowe on Dec 18, 2014 6:59 PM
|Eileen||RE: It is so true Hannah...|
You are an inspiration to me and I am sure others. I just clicked on your photo and again found myself in tears, you have learned your life lessons well and on your own terms, and I have learned from you. Thank you for being here at just the right moment in my life.
Added by Eileen on Dec 12, 2014 1:00 PM
|Eileen||RE: What a lovely lovely note to me..|
And thoughts and prayers to you. I am that Energizer Bunny you described on most days but have the aches and pains of the 61 year old that I am, you helped me to always see the good in each day we are given and make the best of the hand we are dealt in life, God Bless, Hannah.
Added by Eileen on Dec 12, 2014 11:24 AM
brought me to tears. What a strong person you are. Thank you for sharing this most personal of stories. Hannah
Added by Eileen on Dec 12, 2014 9:06 AM
David Demarest was my husband's 1st cousin
6 times removed on his mother's side of the family
Added by andieno on Dec 03, 2014 12:07 PM
|Debra Bowers ||JT Bowers 80842184|
Are you related to JT Bowers? I noticed on his site you wrote loving family member. This is my husbands grandfather and I know very little about the family but would love to find out. Any help would be greatly appreciated. thank you
Added by Debra Bowers on Nov 25, 2014 5:34 PM
|Corey & Douglas Marshall-Steele||RE: Thanks EVER so much for the updates...|
Thanks for the kind words - and as always, if any of the memorials are of your loved ones, please let me know. Always happy to transfer loved ones to loved ones. My best, Cor.
Added by Corey & Douglas Marshall-... on Nov 19, 2014 10:37 AM