|Layna Jan Wilson (#46991057)|
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62 years old - RECENT FOTO.|
PLEASE, do not send me emails for use of CAPS...I am in full defense for my right to use CAPS...for emphasis...CAPS GET A BAD RAP IN LIFE...they have a right to live as they were created.
If you do not like CAPS...then, don't read my pages.
Some people like CAPS, others don't...to each his own.
LIFE is far too short and too fraught with problems and such, to fret over the use of a few CAPITALIZED LETTERS.
Freedom to express one's views, should always be taken into account.
It is not against the LAW to use CAPS, thankfully. A P.C.FREE ZONE...;) L.
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|lynn groves||William Pink Perkins|
The above is buried in a Communal Grave in Hunslet Cemetery Leeds and not Lawnswood. He was buried on the 21st October 1860.
|Paul & Sherida Hodel||RE: HELLO PAUL & SHERIDA...|
Sorry, not related to the Fitts family that I know of. I was back in Green county, WI a few years back finding information on my Heathman, Conley and Moody lines. I was at Dayton Cemetery and clicked a few extra photos. You know how it is, some of these people just seem to be calling to you so they can be remembered.
|Sue NZ||William Pink Perkins|
Hi from New Zealand
I googled William Pink Perkins and came up with your info on Find a Grave. We are distantly related and share the same 3xGGrandparents. My line comes from William's son Alfred who had a son Alfred Pink Perkins 1856 - 1937 who had a daughter Minnie who was my Grandma. This all occurred in Yorkshire, England. Minnie married William Edwin Horsman and they had my Mother, Marian who married my Father (New Zealander) just after the war. Dad bought Mum out to NZ in Sept 1947 where they settled and lived in Christchurch NZ (where my Father was born) all their lives. I was born in January 1948 and live in Hokitika NZ where my husband Colin and I have recently retired.
Lots of memories and am interested in sharing information.
Added by Sue NZ on Aug 31, 2015 4:53 PM
|@ngel||RE: Claflin, Sarah & Dolly|
Hi, I will certainly be watching for Sarah and Dolly. I would think that with the deaths being in Granville that they may be buried in Granville at Maple Grove, There used to be an online list but it was removed, I believe they still have a list available to visitors at the cemetery. I will check there first. Do you know if there are relatives locally? Or other info that might help with location?
Good luck with your search--@ngel #47774099
Added by @ngel on Aug 12, 2015 3:36 PM
|@ngel||RE: Jane Doolittle request Cedar Hill Newark, Ohio|
Hi, I was able to locate the headstone for Jane and have posted a photo. If you could check with the creator of the other memorial to sort out the duplicate status that would be great.
Many Thanks-- @ngel #47774099
Added by @ngel on Aug 12, 2015 10:47 AM
|Jenny Stimson||Remember me cousin?|
So, I just moved from Colorado to Massachusetts! How did you find all of the grave information on George Stimpson, b. 1693...are you close to here?
I hope to reconnect with you soon!
|@ngel||Jane Doolittle request Cedar Hill Newark, Ohio|
I was hoping that you might be able to confirm if the Jane Doolittle you are searching for would be the same as Jane Woodbridge #75178268? Please let me know.
Many Thanks--@ngel #47774099
Added by @ngel on Jul 27, 2015 11:38 PM
|Donald Thieme||RE: Ephraim Newton|
Good to hear from you so promptly. I am descended from the Newtons by way of my mother, Mary Stevenson Thieme. Seraph Huldah Newton married John Stevenson. I do have some ancestors with the last name Clark as well. That may be how we are related but I do not have many details at this point
|Donald Thieme||Ephraim Newton|
I saw that you had photographed the Legg Cemetery and graph of Ephraim Newton. I am interested because I am related to the Newtons through my mother's family, the Stevensons of New York and Massachusetts.
|Susan Baker||Durkee Monument|
Hello, I found the Durkee Monument but the inscription is worn and not legible. The Durkee name is located at the base of the monument. There was no stone for Delight that I could read. I can post the picture of the monument if you like. Susan
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