|Dan Oh||RE: R.I.P. DRL|
I use to have a preamble in front of my bio but findagrave kept taking it off:
"Don't cha hate it when a graver stands on the rules for a transfer? Not Me! I don't care how, or if, you are related as long as you take care of it."
They frowned upon that paragraph.
Added by Dan Oh on Oct 22, 2016 3:37 PM
|Roxie||RE: Outland/Huntsman Family|
James, you are most welcome. I am blessed to help. I live in Belmont County. Let me know if there is anything else I can help you with in my area.
Lord's Blessings, Roxie
Added by Roxie on Oct 09, 2016 11:06 AM
Both have been transferred. I hope you add bio and show them the love they deserve.
Added by angel searcher on Sep 30, 2016 3:08 PM
|EGF||RE: Joseph Swift Gill|
It was my pleasure to post the photograph of Joseph Gill's marker. It's a beautifully-crafted piece of marble with gold-embossed engraving ---- much higher quality than many current-day crypt markers.
If you have additional bio material for Joseph that you'd care to share, please let me know. These memorials are at their best when they're "fleshed out" with personal details that provide a human touch to grave photos that, while interesting, add little substance to the life story of the occupant. Pictures add another terrific dimension to the memorials.
Many thanks for writing. Knowing that you appreciate my work makes it worthwhile and proves the value of Find A Grave.
Added by EGF on Sep 28, 2016 8:25 AM
|RJ Colbridge||RE: Colbridge memorials|
Could you transfer over Elsie COlbridge Trautz as well?
Added by RJ Colbridge on Sep 17, 2016 12:19 PM
|Joy Swihart||RE: Smith/Sill family|
Good to hear from you. Haven't worked on the Sills in a long time, hit a roadblock at Samuel Sill b. ca 1791 in PA and died 1839 in Muskingham, Ohio. I probably need to look at that one again. But the Smith, yikes! I hit a brick wall with James B. Smith b. May 1798 in New Jersey, died 1881 in Iowa. Looking for Smiths is like looking for a needle in an oversized haystack.
Are you still working on the Lawrence family? I really appreciate all the information that you shared with me.
I have been very blessed to have some pictures from both sides of my family. I have tried very hard to share them through Find a Grave and Ancestry. It breaks my heart to see unidentified old pictures.
Added by Joy Swihart on Aug 18, 2016 11:46 AM
|Louise||RE: William Ball|
I enjoyed reading the bio of William Ball. Very interesting man. You can almost tell by the picture of Mary Ball that she was a fun person. Love your picture of Edward Lawrence - he was very handsome. I am no relation to the Balls' or Marlin family. I knew a Ball family from the Main Line that wintered in Ozona Florida years ago. You are doing great work on your family history.
Added by Louise on Jul 01, 2016 9:53 AM
|Mary Phalan||RE: George Wunder|
No not a relative.
Added by Mary Phalan on Jun 23, 2016 11:15 AM
|Mosslady||RE: Frantz and Elisabeth Zeller|
I am descended through Daniel's brother Jonathan born 1799 (then John 1828, Thomas 1872, John 1893, Helen 1930). Jonathan is my ggggrandfather.
We do not have Mary Kugler's first spouse, Henry Sweitzer in the database (bergergirls.com). I'm happy to add his info if you would send it, DOB, DOD, burial, etc. Thanks!
Added by Mosslady on Mar 31, 2016 9:05 AM
|Chris Kemp||John Barnshaw|
Have you noticed that I also photographed the grave in St James, Gawsworth for John Barnshaw, son of Ralph & Martha Barnshaw.
Added by Chris Kemp on Dec 29, 2015 4:54 AM
|Chris Kemp||RE: Joseph & Thomas Harrop|
I'm so glad I could help. I actually went to St James, Gawsworth looking for some of my own relatives. Sadly I had no luck, so while I was there I took a few photos of other graves which I could easily read which I thought might at least help someone else. You were lucky because sadly a lot of the gravestones are not in very good condition and are difficult to read.
Added by Chris Kemp on Dec 29, 2015 4:45 AM
|Patty Doyle Hughes||RE: Bytheway family|
Thank you for transferring Benjamin's memorial to me. I have uploaded a copy of his birth certificate to his memorial. He had that large family and many ancestors take the incorrect name of "John" as father on his death certificate and link then his parents to a John Bytheway who married an Elizabeth Kendell (Kendle) in 1819 in Stoke Damerel. When I started my tree, I took this information, thinking it must be correct, if so many people had it out there. In searching deeper,and with more records now being available, I realized it was not correct and now is validated by a copy of his birth certificate, provided by Laurie Huffman (Bountiful, Texas), who is a Bytheway decendent from a different line. I see that you are connected thru the Marlin's, and live close to me. Not sure that we are blood related, but we are connected!
So Thanks Again!
Added by Patty Doyle Hughes on Dec 11, 2015 11:04 AM
|Patty Doyle Hughes||Benjamin Bytheway #103033174|
I sent an e-mail about corrections to the above memorial. Benjamin is my 2nd GGF and I have very much researched the family.
Patty Doyle Hughes
Added by Patty Doyle Hughes on Dec 08, 2015 10:50 AM
|Prosapia||RE: Caroline Eisenbrey Speel|
Thank you for promptly correcting the information about Caroline Eisenbrey Speel and for adding her death certificate and obituary. Caroline is a first cousin to my husband's 4th great grandfather. Thank you for all the information you have added to findagrave! Much appreciated!
Added by Prosapia on Jun 05, 2015 9:35 AM
|Jenn O.||Eisenbrey - West Laurel Hill|
I photographed this stone on Saturday and have added my photo for Philip, Maria, and daughter Sarah. Also listed on the stone are daughters: Anna Sophia (1840-1921) and Catherine Eisenbrey Hall (1839-1931).
Anna Sophia does not yet have a memorial - would you like to create one?
Catherine Hall does have a memorial (#91440439) - I thought you might want to link her up with her parents.
Added by Jenn O. on May 18, 2015 5:52 PM
|Zoe Tom||Carl Morgenroth|
His name is noted as Carl Morgenroth.
His tombstone is mostly buried, so all you see is the last name.
Added by Zoe Tom on Mar 18, 2015 10:30 AM
|Zoe Tom||Charles Morgenroth|
See this man at Laurel Hill Cemetery. What do you know about him?
Added by Zoe Tom on Mar 18, 2015 10:13 AM
|Robert Hobdell||RE: John Greeby|
My Dad & his parents lived near descendents of those Greebys in Stonehurst Hills, just north of the cemetery. I saw the name and had to shoot. They are in Section 32...will ask what lot tomorrow at office. Could not find my Great Aunts on Mom's side today...must have wrong lot number for them, lol!
Added by Robert Hobdell on Oct 19, 2014 4:59 PM
|RrrrrGrrrr||RE: Lawrence graves in Crestlawn|
You are welcome.
Added by RrrrrGrrrr on Oct 08, 2014 6:38 PM
|Russ Pickett||Ernest E. Dorsey|
Hi Jim, You are more than welcome my friend. :-)
Added by Russ Pickett on Sep 05, 2014 2:38 AM
I went and checked the RI transcription and that is the way they have it on the transcription, so I guess I wasn't paying attention and didn't catch their mistake. Let me know what you think, or if you want management.
Last Name QUIGLEY
First Name WILLIAM F.
Cemetery Number BU014
Cemetery Name PASCOAG CEMETERY
Birth Day 0
Birth Year 1932
Death Day 0
Death Year 1888
Added by Scout on Aug 04, 2014 2:39 PM
|Zoe Tom||FAG Memorial #: 85053485|
It looks like you have a wrong tombstone picture on this memorial.
Added by Zoe Tom on Aug 01, 2014 2:26 PM
|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||Sarah Harm Transfer|
Hope you don't mind the transfer. This was one of my mother's memorials and we are not related. Your information of last year was updated on the memorial.
Added by Mary Harrell-Sesniak on Jul 10, 2014 8:57 PM
|Taweret||RE: Tacoma Cemetery Lawrence monuments|
Added by Taweret on May 18, 2014 3:50 PM
The transfer to you for Elizabeth is complete.
Added by Peggy Spengler-Moser on Mar 24, 2014 1:54 PM