|Betty Shaffer Petersen||RE: Charles F. Hilliard #57845569|
Transferred this to you.
Added by Betty Shaffer Petersen on Jan 11, 2017 8:47 AM
|Missy McHargue||Clyde R. Redenbaugh|
Hello, I was wanting you to know that you have Clyde R. Redenbaugh (163344140) listed at Indian Creek Cemetery when he is actually buried in Indian Creek Hill Cemetery. I have added a picture on his memorial page.Could you please transfer him over to Indian Creek Hill Cemetery. Thank You...
Added by Missy McHargue on Jan 10, 2017 6:19 PM
|Joseph F Lindsey||Memorial# 25113524 Anthony LINDSAY|
"1 known son by 1st mrg.
Stephen Jones Lindsay, (1815-1869)
At least one other, name unknown."
Reference the citation above from Subject Memorial....
I would like to offer as a hypothesis for one other son from the 1850 Census, Gibson Co.,IN, Washington Twp:
the Senior Anthony is head of household 1193.
Stephen Jones Lindsey is head of household 1194.
Household 1195 is headed up by a Lindsey who is about one year senior to Steven Jones.
From some reason, household 1195 was not returned to me
with even a broad search using Ancestry.com. I always browse
the films for this very reason.
Joseph F. (Joe) Lindsey
Group 1 Coordinator
Lindsay International Surname DNA Project.
Added by Joseph F Lindsey on Dec 03, 2016 1:34 PM
|CarolJJ||Linn Family History|
I saw on a memorial on Find A Grave that you made a note that there was a Linn Family History. Do you know where I can find a copy of that history, or can you find out for me something? My great aunt Catherine Warburton Hoagland married Simon Peter Linn after his first wife died and I am trying to find her death date and burial place. I was wondering if the Linn Family History mentions her at all or if it might have that information in the book. Thanks for any help you can give me.
Added by CarolJJ on Nov 27, 2016 2:06 PM
|Heather Ikirt||RE: Andrew J. White|
Thank you for your response. I couldn't look at the Crawford County census on Ancestry. So, I couldn't tell there was a third marriage. I guess that census record is not available on there? I'll keep looking for those birth certificates.
Added by Heather Ikirt on Nov 02, 2016 8:12 PM
|Kathy Rhodes||RE: Dr. Henry Franklin Jones|
Oh, wow! That is awesome! I just joined and don't quite have how everything works down pat but have found Find A Grave to be a valuable tool. So, may I ask where you live? I am in Tuscola, IL. I have a hoop skirt chair that belonged to Katherine A. Brubaker Newlin. Would love to make caontact and share information. I have photos of Dr. Jones and another of his second wife, Elizabeth Martha Collum.
Added by Kathy Rhodes on Oct 29, 2016 5:18 PM
|CatheaC||RE: William Wallace Lee|
I double checked and the paper DID show R.W. - but these papers very frequently messed up spellings of names etc. If you have knowledge that R.W. wasn't his middle initial put in brackets - [sic] behind the initials. Thank you so much for posting this old small obit.
Added by CatheaC on Oct 18, 2016 7:46 AM
From Steph (#47229309), Thank you for the correction you suggested for my Alva McCollum. This isn't the first time the similarity in names has resulted in the wrong information to be associated with a deceased person. Since you have a new memorial for Alva E. I have changed mine to Alva A. Until I can get the links changed over to the other one. Then I will delete mine. It is important to be accurate so I thank you.
Added by Steph on Oct 06, 2016 6:02 AM
|Anonymous||RE: Bonnie Lucille Osmon Callaway|
Thank you so much for all of your hard work in recording the family tree.
Yes, Ralph has 4 daughters. I am the third, named after my grandmother Bonnie. She passed away when I was 13. She was a wonderful Grandmother and taken from us at such an early age.
I remember going to the Osmon family reunions when I was younger and remember names, but not faces.
It would be nice to have the family information to pass on to my son if you have the time.
Thank you again for taking your time to create the information.
Added by Anonymous on Aug 21, 2016 9:50 AM
|Anonymous||RE: Bonnie Lucille Osmon Callaway|
Thank you for your reply.
Who was your Grandfather?
I am new to this and not sure how to manage the site. I just noticed that my Dad was missing from Grandma's children. He was the first born. He and his brother Gene were only 18 months apart and both are still living here in Arizona. What an amazing family! I am grateful to you for making this available. I would be happy to add Dad's name if you would prefer I do so. Please let me know how I would add him.
Thank you for your time and it is nice to meet a cousin via the internet.
Added by Anonymous on Aug 18, 2016 6:49 PM
|Dee Williams||RE: Daniel and Rachel Lindsay Applegate|
How amazing of you and how nice we are related I have a lot of information on the Lindsay and Applegates
I will share any and all I have with you
If you have information on their daughter Lucy would you share with me she married James Wingfield and her Daughter Harriet was my great grandmother
You are welcome to any information I have I have pretty much all of our cousins Frank and Jesse James information
Thank you so much
Added by Dee Williams on Jul 25, 2016 12:17 PM
|James Richards||RE: Harlan Shean|
thanks! I am not a descendant but still find this family story very interesting - maybe someday you will be able to fill the unknowns.
Added by James Richards on Jun 16, 2016 7:39 PM
|James Richards||Harlan Shean|
Hi, Thank you very much for the corrections on Harlan Shean's parents. I have linked him to his correct father.
Added by James Richards on Jun 15, 2016 6:27 PM
|Jan Camp||Della Pinkstaff|
Della and Stella, twins
After Della's mother died, her father took the twin girls, their sisters and brothers to the Children's Home, 31 Jul 1901 in Des Moines, Iowa., age 7, The twin girls were legally adopted in Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa by John and Lizzie (Elizabeth) Louise Folkers. Lizzie's actual name is Lizzie, not Elizabeth, even though it may be seen written that way in several places.
Adoption registered in Plymouth County, 2 October 1902 by John and Lizzie (Elizabeth) Louis Folkers. Lizzie signed their adoption papers as Lizzie Louis Folkers
The twins were about 8 years & 10 months old at time of legal adoption.
They named the girls Della Ann, and Stella Lizzie Folkers
Their birth parents are:
W.J.N. Matthews (9 Nov 1849 IA - 21 Nov 1905 IA)
Caroline Neff Matthews(14 Oct 1851 Lawrence Co IL - 1 Dec 1900 IA)
Caroline had been very ill for about 1.5 years before she died.
Mr. Matthews d. 4-5 years after the children were put in the home. Apparently he was not very well either.
The confusion over the twin girls birthdate is... on the 1900 Census, whoever gave the information to the census taker gave incorrect information for the whole family of children. The twins were actually born 11 January 1894, Jefferson County, Iowa. But, when Della applied for social security, this census was the only proof of her age, so she went with the 1895 to receive social security.
Stella had a list of these Matthews children's birth dates, which I was able to gain a copy from Stella's oldest daughter, hand written by Stella.
Sincerely, granddaughter of Stella. Jan Camp
I have doing genealogy since 1969.
Added by Jan Camp on Jun 09, 2016 9:11 PM
|Lily Virdell||RE: Cinema Favorites|
I just rewatched I Know Where I'm Going. I had taped it on my DVR last year. I can really understand why you like it. Lily
Added by Lily Virdell on Jun 05, 2016 8:38 PM
|Lily Virdell||RE: Cinema Favorites|
NL, For a long time I didn't know what my type was in men and then I realised it was their voice I was attracted to(Ronald Colman, David Niven) Same way with movies I finally realised it was dialogue and characters. I like a lot of movies that were first plays: From the 1933 classic Dinner at Eight to the not well known 1963 Mary Mary (play by Jean Kerr). Also books, I read the book Mrs. Miniver, before I saw the film version.
I will bow to your auteur knowledge. I went to a cinema art house in Manhattan in my twenties and watched Ingmar Bergman films--no more of those for me. Stanley Kubrick, the same! Life is too short to pay for misery.
There are some films I love just for a dance sequence--when Fred Astaire bursts through the paper heart or dances with firecrackers in Holiday Inn. I like one film mostly for the interior sets, How to Murder Your Wife with Jack Lemmon.
I totally agree that most memorials could use longer and better bios. I am not a Star fan but have read a lot of biographies.
So many films, so much to say. I'll ponder a list. It's nice to converse with another early film fan.
Added by Lily Virdell on Jun 03, 2016 6:10 PM
|Viet Vet||John Brenton's Parents|
Thank you for the information on John Brenton's Parents names and date of marriage. This will help me greatly in his research.
Roger A. Cox Sr.
Added by Viet Vet on Jun 03, 2016 2:40 AM
|Lily Virdell||RE: Cinema Favorites|
Dear NL, This is gonna be fun. You have Douglas Sirk but you don't have Delmer Daves mem#11351
You don't have S.Z.Sakall mem#3719 I loved him in Christmas in Connecticut. Confession, one of my all time favorite movies is Random Harvest with Ronald Colman mem#214 and Greer Garson mem#2465. Of course, everyone has their favourites for who knows what reason. I tried once to list all the movies made in 1939 but just gave up--tremendous year. Let me know what you think of the above and some of your favorite movies. Lily
Added by Lily Virdell on Jun 02, 2016 10:16 PM
|Lily Virdell||Cinema Favorites|
I like to check out the members who I send edits to, sent an edit for Bertha (Baldwin) Osmon to add her parents. What a treasure trove I found in your Cinema virtual cemetery! It was like an advanced class in Turner Classic Movies. I found several of my lesser heralded favorites, such as Thelma Ritter and Marjorie Main. Thanks, it was fun. Lily
Added by Lily Virdell on Jun 01, 2016 10:42 AM
|Jean Dougherty||Dele Elder's Grave Found|
Dele Elder was my 3rd Great-grandfather. I have the following grave information and photos for Dele Elder and Elizabeth D. Elder, who may have been Dele's daughter. I have added the two photos. Feel free to add this info to Dele's Memorial page. Thank you for all of your work! I really appreciate it.
Don Howard (has interest in Dele Elder family and has done some research) sent the following email to me, 12/14/2014: "It occurred to me that you probably donít know about the discovery of Dele Elderís grave in Dearborn County, IN a few years ago. It was found along with a couple of others when a health clinic was preparing an expansion. It would appear that itís on the land originally purchased by Dele when he first moved to Dearborn County. Attached are two Elder photographs, including Deleís own. Art Wentzel, who first surveyed the site, thinks that this Elizabeth Elder was Charles D. Elderís wife. But I suspect that sheís actually a heretofore unknown daughter of Dele and Sarahís."
Don sent a picture of the two Elder gravestones. Dele's stone reads: "In memory of DELE ELDER, Esq. who died April 23d 1829, in the 56th year of his age". He was born about 1772-1773.
Elizabeth's reads: "IN Memory of ELIZABETH D ELDER who died Oct. 15th 1828 in the 22d year of her age."
Added by Jean Dougherty on May 17, 2016 3:22 PM
|Claire Ehrhart Abel||Susan Blake Harpole|
If this Susan married Joshua Casey in 1824 she would have been 10 yrs old
The marriage record I found on family search for Joshua said Sucky - which could be a nickname but 10 yrs old ??
Added by Claire Ehrhart Abel on May 10, 2016 11:26 AM
|J. L. Cobb||Carraco|
That infomation that I placed on the memorial was from the grave stone. If the spelling is different on the death certificate, I wouldn't know which is the correct spelling. I listed it from the info on the stone.
Added by J. L. Cobb on May 03, 2016 2:38 PM
|Nathan Haines||RE: May Bell Sales Parks|
What you described was rather hard to follow. I am sure you knew well what you meant.
I did some checking on Ancestry.com for files trying to figure it out what it is you were saying about your tree.
You said that Susannah DeMint's brother married a Haines. According to Ancestry.com and Find A Grave, Susannah had two brothers and neither of them married anyone named Haines that I could find.
Added by Nathan Haines on Apr 16, 2016 10:11 AM
|Nathan Haines||May Bell Sales Parks|
You sent some edits on M.B. Parks. When I made that page I guess I was not sure what the first name was and did not want to mess it up.
With what you sent I see now who she was for sure. I found a death notice in the paper for her. She died Feb. 15th, not the 21st. I don't know where you got the 21st from??
I corrected her page to read the 25th.
I can send you the death notice if you like. It has all her surviving children listed.
Added by Nathan Haines on Apr 15, 2016 5:17 PM
|Tree Climber||Mary Jane 'Ina' McGinnis|
I believe her grave is to be found at Find A Grave Memorial# 30730626. She is on the 1930 Census, with her son Hubert L Allen, as the wife of Thomas W Lafferty (whose previos wife died in 1927). There is a Florida Marriage Record showing Thomas Lafferty married in 1928. Thomas is buried beside his 1st wife, but Mary M Lafferty is buried in the same cemetery.
Added by Tree Climber on Mar 26, 2016 11:35 AM