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Kimberly (#47216585)
 member for 6 years, 5 months, 11 days
james smithh
Hello, my name is James Smith. I'm currently dating Katie Campbell, daughter of Dale Campbell son of Hugh Wallace Campbell Jr. Obviously,your relation as you called him uncle on the page, and a great grandson of Hugh Wallace Campbell Jr. Could you contact me asap? Thanks so much, James

Added by james smithh on May 27, 2016 6:20 AM

Daniel Mitchel
Thank you for finding the gravestone of James McNall, who died in 1872 and is buried in Candor. He served in Hill's Regiment of Pennsylvania Militia in the War of 1812, and his wife was given a pension for that service.

I have Vermont McNalls in my tree and often wonder if they are related to those who were raised in Pennsylvania.

Daniel Mitchel

Added by Daniel Mitchel on May 26, 2016 9:31 PM

L Evans
RE: Rebeckah Webb
Your right :) We have lost a lot of the older generation this year alone.... and the parents who are left are not in that great of shape at the moment.... I worked in a nursing home as an activity assistant and social worker.... long story short, make sure he is up and moving... therapy if he can get it.... he won't want to, but it will make the difference between independence or the opposite.
Thanks too for the transfer ;)

Added by L Evans on May 20, 2016 7:48 PM

Joe Aman
RE: Nettie Weaver/James Magill
Your welcome, Kimberly. Also added photos to existing memorial for James 1862 - 1926, and created memorials with photo for Elizabeth Magill, Faye Magill, and James Magill 1904 - 1965.

Added by Joe Aman on May 20, 2016 3:25 PM

Richard Morrison
Bonneys at Wilmington & Brandywine
Hi, I sent you some edits. Fortunately, the grave markers were transcribed. This link will take you to the beginning of the Bonney listings. Click the arrow to advance. Thank you

Added by Richard Morrison on May 15, 2016 4:59 PM

Diane McBane
RE: Anna Caler
You're very welcome!

Added by Diane McBane on May 14, 2016 3:07 PM

Joe Aman
RE: Ebeling/Weaver
Thanks for the kind words, Kimberly. In addition to William Ebeling, I see you found the memorial for Annie Ebeling. I made the additions to her bio as you requested. In the same area were the graves of Charles, Lucretia, and Rowene Ebeling. I created memorials with photos for them also.

Added by Joe Aman on May 13, 2016 5:59 PM

George Weaver # 87548770
Dear Kimberly,
I was wondering if you are related to your memorial George Weaver # 87548770? If so, I thought I was related to him and did some trekking. I got his death certificate, pictures of the house (as of 2016) he and Anna lived in and Anna died, picture of his stone and Anna's, pictures of the railroad crossing where he died, and articles printed of microfilm at the local library of Gibson City, IL. After all of that, I came to find out I had the wrong George and Anna Weaver. If you are interested in these documents, or know someone who would be, please let me know. I would love for these things to get to someone who is related to him and can actually use the information all of these items provide!

Take care and hope to hear from you soon,

Added by Rosemarie on May 13, 2016 2:37 PM

Saunders in Silverbrook Cemetery
My grandfather is George Erastus Saunders who is buried in Silverbrook Cemetery in Wilmington. My grandmother (his wife) Anna May Truitt Saunders and their daughter, Ruth Margaret Saunders, are also buried there. Neither of the latter two have a marker but are buried in my grandfather's plot. I was there when they were buried so I am sure of this.

I want them listed somehow on the Find-a-Grave listing. Can you tell me how this might be accomplished considering the fact that they have no headstones?

I look forward to your reply.

Corinne F. Lyons

Added by Anonymous on May 13, 2016 11:00 AM

Mary and Charlie Burrow
Good Morning!

For your reference, Alice is in Range 12, in the shade of a huge fir tree. Her son J. Clark is with her. We tried to find the two Shortells in Div III. Records indicate there was a marker but we were unable to find it. There are several toppled markers on the hillside, so they may be in that location. I posted more info to their memorials to help tie them in.


Added by Mary and Charlie Burrow on May 12, 2016 9:12 AM

Judy McMichael
John Jeffrey
Are you related to the John Jeffrey you have added to Knoxville Cemetery in Jefferson, Ohio? I am interested in knowing more about John's parents-- Benjamin Jeffrey and Jane Graham. Thanks for any help you can give me.

Added by Judy McMichael on May 09, 2016 7:44 PM

Joe Aman
RE: Martin Dunlevy
Your welcome. Also created a memorial with photo for Margaret Dunlevy.

Added by Joe Aman on May 04, 2016 11:36 AM

Joe Aman
RE: Edith Ballentine Ayres
My pleasure. I also added a photo of the nearby grave of Sewell Ayers and created a memorial with photo for the grave of Paul Ayers.

Added by Joe Aman on May 04, 2016 11:33 AM

Andy Nuzzo
Bess Wilson brooks

Sorry. Have all the info about where Bess is buried.

Andy Nuzzo

Added by Andy Nuzzo on May 03, 2016 7:55 AM

Andy Nuzzo
Bess Wilson Brooks

Where are Bess and Paul Cleon Brooks buried. Paul's family is from McKeesport, Pa. If I don't have pix of their gravestone, can I us yours?

Thank you in advance,

Andy Nuzzo

Added by Andy Nuzzo on May 03, 2016 7:50 AM

Andy Nuzzo
Bess Wilson Brooks

Do you have find a grave nos. for Geo. Halpin Wilson and Henrietta Kirchbaum?

Andy Nuzzo

Added by Andy Nuzzo on May 03, 2016 7:45 AM

C. Solar
Re: Margaret Hollingsworth
Thank you for the info. I figured it was unlikely there, but worth a try. :)

Added by C. Solar on May 02, 2016 6:57 PM

Barbara Guyer
Beatrice Farrar
I do have it listed that there is no headstone - I did confirm this with the cemetery. Thank you!

Added by Barbara Guyer on May 01, 2016 9:09 PM

Deborah Youens
RE: Grave with Sarah E. on it
No, her name was Sarah Ella Hawke and her married name was Dolan. She died October 5, 1996. Her husband was Catholic, but she was not, so when she died her parents buried her in Brandywine instead of Cathedral Cemetery. (I'm sure there is an interesting story there.)

I can find much of the Hawke family, her parents William and Mary, and sisters Cora, Anna, and Emma, buried there in the Hawke plot, but not Sarah.

The grave I think might be hers is:
Find A Grave Memorial# 129886048

I will try contacting the cemetery.

Added by Deborah Youens on May 01, 2016 8:17 PM

Deborah Youens
RE: Grave with Sarah E. on it
Find A Grave Memorial# 129886048

Added by Deborah Youens on Apr 30, 2016 7:59 PM

Deborah Youens
Grave with Sarah E. on it
I am researching the Dolan family. My great grandmother was Sarah Ella Dolan. She died October 5 or 6, 1896 at the age of 32. She was buried in Wilmington and Brandywine Cemetery by her parents, not her husband.

I think the grave that says Sarah E. near to Asher and Rebecca Logan in your photo MIGHT be her grave. Cannot see the rest of the writing. I live in Texas, but am hoping to get a relative still in the area to come see what is hidden.


Added by Deborah Youens on Apr 28, 2016 9:58 PM

Cindy Smith
Short Family Find a Grave Memorial
Hi! I made an edit to the William S. Short memorial and, I guess, the edit info went to you. You indicated that the memorial doesn't belong to you, so you can't make any changes. Are we talking about the same memorial? The one I made the edit to indicates the following info:
Created by: Kimberly
Record added: Oct 02, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 98164252

I hope this helps. Thank you!

Added by Cindy Smith on Apr 26, 2016 12:29 AM

Old and hard to read stones
Looks like you come across your share of older and harder to read stones, so I wanted to share this deciphering method with you. You will be tempted to go back and discover the names on the stones you've already created memorials for with an 'unknown' ... that's what happened to me! :)

I posted this on the Find a Grave Facebook page some time ago:

Never leave home without your LED flashlight!
Found this grave today & want to show you all the difference an LED flashlight makes.
From my other post, This is the safest method of reading these old graves and I feel the most effective. We use an LED flashlight, the higher the lumens, the better. The flashlight we use has 1700 lumens. Shine from left to right, at the edge of the grave, the letters pop right out. We have not had to use foil since we've learned this trick. Some folks say use a blacklight, but our regular LED flashlight works. We recently upgraded from an 860 lumen flashlight (EA4) but it worked great as well.
When the sun is too bright, we use our umbrella to provide shade, then light it up.

If you check out the original post from Jun 21, 2014, you'll see the before and after photo examples.

Hope you enjoy!

Added by JNicholson-Turbide on Apr 22, 2016 8:25 AM

The Mentalist
RE: Jennette Campbell
You already have a photo of their stone on another memorial. That's why I wasn't sure if I had the right one. You have a memorial for William J. Campbell and for his wife, I think you have Pollack for her maiden name, not Close. Not sure about this though, it was yesterday when I saw it, haha. My memory fools me sometimes, very quickly.

Added by The Mentalist on Apr 21, 2016 9:54 AM

The Mentalist
Jennette Campbell
If this is the incorrect photo, let me know and I will remove it.

Added by The Mentalist on Apr 20, 2016 8:00 PM


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