|Amanda J||RE: Gilbert G. Gaines|
They are not my family. I added the photo to Gordon and Ethel.
Added by Amanda J on Dec 01, 2016 4:18 PM
|RBell||RE: Robinson/Parrish, again|
I understand your concern for wanting to preserve the considerable research and work that you have done for the Robinson memorials on Find-A-Grave. My mother Phyllis Shull Bell, who passed away nearly two years ago, was a life-long genealogist as was her mother Lois Vivian Robinson Shull. I have since taken ownership of their voluminous records and research. I have all the details you have found in the library plus much, much more including Lois' Life Story in which she documented the Robinson family ancestors and history.
You are correct that I have been a member of Find-A-Grave for only 3 months but I have used this web site for much longer as a non-member in documenting the graves of my ancestors here in my personal records.
My request for transfer of the memorials of my direct relatives is not to take credit for your work but rather to bring the memorials into the care of a family member. If you find additional information on the Robinson's then by all means I would hope that you would share that with me.
Added by RBell on Dec 01, 2016 9:34 AM
|MLIhrke||RE: Raymond C. Zajic|
The obituary was provided to me by the Ellsworth County Historical Society.
Added by MLIhrke on Dec 01, 2016 7:21 AM
|Larry & Nancy Brooks||RE: Quila Carnahan|
I got the other names and transferred them on the same day that I transferred Quila. If you didn't get them, send me the names again and I will do it again. Nancy
Added by Larry & Nancy Brooks on Nov 22, 2016 8:20 AM
|Richard Weide||RE: Links for children of Willis Sanford Child|
Tnx so much !! Richard
Added by Richard Weide on Oct 28, 2016 1:34 PM
|Connie Langvardt||RE: David William McNair|
You're welcome. I'm glad the link was correct. Such a sad stone in Wabaunsee for the couple who lost 5 daughters.
Added by Connie Langvardt on Oct 27, 2016 8:27 PM
|Larry & Nancy Brooks||RE: Messages going to spam?|
I'm afraid they must be. My husband feels we are getting too many political e-mails so he has done something. I was wondering why I hadn't been getting anything. I thought they would go into "trash" and I have been watching that. I will talk to him.
Thanks for letting me know. Nancy
Added by Larry & Nancy Brooks on Oct 23, 2016 7:23 AM
|Janice Dean LeMaster||RE: Obits and newspapers|
thanks for the info.
Added by Janice Dean LeMaster on Oct 22, 2016 5:59 PM
|Cecilia Holt- Sherry||RE: John Coleman, #78433677|
Thank you for posting the obit and maiden name of his wife! I appreciate your efforts and the new clues.
If John "Sim" Coleman was a camp follower because he was too young to enlist I'm wondering about the info on the Burke County North Carolina website for military where he is listed as a Private. Perhaps he was able to officially join after turning 18 in 1865 towards the end of the war. Or he said he was older than he was.
Also, the obit mentions that he attached himself to older brothers, that would be Alfred F. Coleman who died in a Williamsburg VA hospital of measles and Washington F. Coleman who is last seen in the 1860 census joins the Confederate side and disappears with no further documentation ever found on him.
Another mystery to solve.
Added by Cecilia Holt- Sherry on Oct 18, 2016 5:14 PM
|bonnie carroll||Albert Waga|
Thank you for your addition to the family (of Inez). Every little bit helps.
Added by bonnie carroll on Oct 08, 2016 12:18 PM
|Becky Doan||RE: Larry D. Howbert, Lynn Creek Cemetery|
Here is one link: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSvcid=98489&GRid=33550316&
I know of another connected line in the area related to a friend of mine. Somehow they all connect but it's back a ways!
Added by Becky Doan on Oct 07, 2016 6:17 AM
You are mighty quick with the suggested updates - thanks
Added by plyce on Oct 01, 2016 11:15 AM
Family appreciates what you have done for Jimmy's Memorial. Looks nice. Marie
Added by mw on Sep 27, 2016 10:21 AM
|Reenie Winfrey Carlton||RE: Hubbarts|
That is right, sorry for all the mistakes,
Added by Reenie Winfrey Carlton on Sep 22, 2016 4:12 PM
|Reenie Winfrey Carlton||Kansas|
The number for the father is the right one.
But I left out a number for the Mother. The right
#100771121 is for Nellie E. "Linton" Hubbart
Sorry for the confusion.
Added by Reenie Winfrey Carlton on Sep 20, 2016 4:12 PM
|Reenie Winfrey Carlton||Hubburd|
I just sent you info on Edit button, on Earl Hubburd, please disregard that, The parents are Father #129535966, mother is #10077121
Added by Reenie Winfrey Carlton on Sep 19, 2016 3:00 PM
|Alice Cain||Nora Schwinn Ferguson|
I have something that is more or less private about my Grandmother's Find-A-Grave that I would like to explain to you and get your thoughts. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Alice Cain on Sep 19, 2016 1:18 PM
|Connie Young||RE: Kelley family at Mount Hope, again|
Great news. Thanks for finding Anna which helps to find others.
Added by Connie Young on Sep 17, 2016 9:38 PM
|Bradley Hutson||RE: William R. Nungester|
Thank you! I've added the obituary I found online, as well as created (incomplete) records for his parents. Hopefully Bill's daughter will be able to fill in some of the missing information for me!
Added by Bradley Hutson on Sep 15, 2016 5:32 PM
|K. White||RE: Charles Allen Mills|
I found Charles Mills' obituary interesting and very informative about how postal routes were developed. I'm glad I was able to contribute to your efforts to document histories for the Mount Hope Cemetery.
Added by K. White on Sep 14, 2016 7:16 AM
|Texas Roots||RE: Shannon Wallace Berry|
Added by Texas Roots on Sep 13, 2016 9:11 AM
|Connie Young||RE: Thomas C. & Rachel Jane Kelley|
No I don't know when she died either. I suspect that the are all in the same place as they had lived there for a long time. Both of the daughters were also near them. I hope that you can find a notice in the newspaper.
Added by Connie Young on Sep 10, 2016 7:43 PM
|Edith Guynes Stanley||RE: Ethe Stone Cryer|
Thanks for adding the obit and all the edits.
I drive by the house where the Cryers lived in Borger every day, and have often wondered where they had moved. Mr. Cryer was superintendent when I first started to school in Borger in the 3rd grade after we moved here. Thanks for your good work on Find A Grave!
Added by Edith Guynes Stanley on Sep 06, 2016 12:31 PM
|Marian||RE: John Francis|
The Montee family are connected to my Mullen family through Martha Jane Purdum who was married to Andrew Jackson Mullen. They are collateral lines. Martha Jane Purdum's parents were Samuel Purdum and Rebecca Tullis. Samuel Purdum then married Elizabeth Ann Tullis and one of their children, Mary Emaline Purdum married Francis Marion 'Frank' Montee. Rather a round about way!!!
Always enjoy sharing!
Added by Marian on Sep 05, 2016 1:20 PM
|Barry Michie||RE: Lucy Stratton Platt Harshbarger|
Thank you for the message. Glad to help out. The Platts are such an interesting and important family in Kansas history. I'm working on a short bio of Lucy's uncle, Jeremiah Evarts Platt, to send to his memorial's manager. He came to Wabaunsee with brothers Enoch and Luther Hart Platt in 1856 and helped found the Beecher Bible and Rifle Church. Much in the thick of the Free State movement and the Underground Railroad - plus helping to found Lincoln College (now Washburn Univ.) in Topeka, on faculty of Kansas State and so much activity in Congregationalist church work.
I think I may have mentioned our genealogy society is housed in Jeremiah's home he built in Manhattan, Ks., in 1871.
Added by Barry Michie on Sep 04, 2016 3:31 PM