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I am a Daughter of a Union Veteran of the Civil War. (DUVCW) My Great Great Grandfather, John Delong fought in the Civil War. I am unable to find his grave. He died in Spencerville, Ohio on June 17, 1895 at the age of 84.|
I volunteer at the Grand Rapids, Michigan Home for Veterans.
I maintain the Cemetery records and make sure the tombstones get ordered and placed at the burial site in a timely manner.
I am an United States Air Force Veteran.
Also I am the secretary for the Grand Rapids Civil War Round Table. And I am a director on our newly formed group, Friends of Michigan Veterans' Homes. We raise money for the little extras for our Vets in the Homes.
It is hard for me to pass a cemetery without stopping. Lucky for me, my husband has the same interests.
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|booksbystephen||Darwin Beebe (second question)|
Darwin Beebe's findagrave page mentions his wife's death date. But, it is the same as his. I wonder if it is possible that this is a mistake. I would be interested in knowing this date as it might confirm my family connection.
I appreciate coming across your record for Darwin Beebe. I think it is possible that my partner's third great grandmother was Darwin's third wife. However, her maiden name was not Darmia, it was Patterson. So, I am wondering if you can share your source for this information. Our records show that Elizabeth Patterson (1835-1924) was married four times. Her first marriage was to Charles T. Pearce; they had several children together; this is our ancestral line. Elizabeth's second marriage was to Thomas Stibbard. Her third was to ? Morris. And her fourth was to ? Beebe. I believe this to be Darwin Beebe because I just received evidence of the married name Morris (around 1901). And, Darwin's marriage record shows that he married Elizabeth Morris June 25, 1906 in Jackson, Michigan. If we can confirm this, I do have a picture of Elizabeth and her fourth husband, Mr. Beebe. (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thanks again for your help!
Added by MKH on Sep 23, 2016 8:01 PM
|Ms.Blue||Two children missing from link.|
Hey there! This is my mama's side of the family, I am adding photos to Find A Grave; I just became a member a few days ago. My great grandparents, Enos Nelson Prichard & Nettie Mae Overholt/Prichard, had 11 children. 4 sons, and 7 daughters. There are two children missing in the links, they are: Ada Doyt Prichard out of Van Wert Ohio and Mildred Prichard Roberts.
I have a picture of Ada Doyt and his parents (My great grandparents) and posted it at his Find A Grave page, as soon as Mildred gets linked to her other siblings and parents, I will post some photos on her page too. Thank you so much....remember, 2 children missing from Enos Nelson Prichard and Nettie Mae Overholt/Prichard children's list. God Bless you and thank you for all the work you do on this wonderful site. It will be a thrill for future generations. smile Sincerely, Ms. Blue, new member of Find A Grave.
Added by Ms.Blue on Sep 20, 2016 3:32 PM
|Robert Worden||RE: HERMAN ZYLSTRA|
I only see one sec 11-146b-08 date of service, 06-23-1926. There are 2 in the data base, but one is in Greenwood? Maybe Herman is a nickname ?
Thank you very much for transferring the four memorials, and for creating them. Your work made it possible to find my great-grandparents' grave when I visited the area and plant flowers on the gravesite.
Added by Styx on Sep 05, 2016 11:52 AM
I'm not 100 percent sure it is his first name, but every document I have found, including his military papers, has Colonel Salisbury, so I'm leaning more towards it being his first name, than not.
|Marcia Shears||RE: DONALD BARNUM|
I received the picture. It was very nice. Thank you!
|OPPSheryl||Philip S. Titus|
You left flowers saying "Not buried in this cemetery," referring to the Grand Rapids Cemetery. I have moved him to the cemetery where his parents are buried. Thus, the note may no longer be applicable and perhaps you would like to remove the flowers.
Thanks for your work!
|Robert West||Richard Speckman (16689058)|
Would you consider transferring my Uncle Richard's profile to me?
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