|Scott Braddy (#46980257)|
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Finding info on relatives or friends here can be very rewarding from a genealogical point of view for one. It can give you more leads! Posting memorials here has helped me find many living relatives, many of which I never knew about! If you think your related, or have other info you can leave a message for me so I can contact you. |
If I need to fix an error or add info, click on the edit button in upper right corner of the memorial in question.
Currently researching these family names:
Braddy, Brady, Renspie, Roenspie, Roenspies, Schenke, Krueger, Kruger, Peacock, Oehlke, Mason, Suddith, Suddeth, Jones, Worrell, Worrel, Harrison, Hutton, Swanson, Swansen, Thiele, Clawes, Ferrier, Danielsen, Rodgers, Rogers, Thiele, Hutton, Hampton, Holder, Hamacher, VonCannon, Benya, Brehm, Balzer. .
Other very useful free research sites I use are; Familysearch.org
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I was looking for an uncle that was killed in 1944 in looking for him your name was displayed was wondering if you are from Illinois since I was looking for a Braddy which happens to be your name also maybe related don't know much about braddy side of family this was my mother's brother was killed when he was 23 my grandfather was george braddy uncle was jr. If you care r to respond my email is email@example.com thanks for the time. Lisa
|Angela Jeffers||RE: trans|
Awe, thank you, Scott! This means a lot.
|Angela Jeffers||Request to transfer|
I would like you to transfer management of John and Effie over to me. Thank you!
Hi, Scott! The photo for my grandfather, John Cicero Monroe VonCannon, who was a barber....he isn't in the photo. The men in the photo are my uncle Paul and cousin Troop. Paul is cutting Troops hair. I can forward you photos of my grandfather shaving men in his barber shop in 1917, 1920, and sometime around 1925.
|Jimmy||RE: Donald Neptune|
Hello again Scott,
Thank you for the transfer of Donald's memorial. I am not a Neptune, family or mythology-wise. my connection to the family is through Lucy Anne Carpenter (a cousin), wife of Bradford Neptune. Donald is their grandson. Yes, I dislike the initials F.A.G. also. It is something from our generation I guess and not so much now. 99% of the memorials I create are from the photos I take when I go to the cemeteries. The others are from old obituaries that I find when I am researching for memorials that I have created. I have been trying to back those up with a trip to the cemetery for verification and a photo. Thank you for creating Donald's memorial and again for transferring it to me.
Added by Jimmy on May 02, 2015 8:14 AM
|Darrell Landrum||Pvt Augustus Braddy|
Hi Scott, thank you for your service first and foremost. I did four in the Air Force and that was it. At any rate, there is a bit of a snafu that I wanted to make you aware of. I walk the grounds of Old City Cemetery here in Lynchburg and spend a considerable amount of time in the Confederate Section taking photos and trying to post a memorial for all of the soldiers in there. With the gracious help of fellow find-a-grave member LJH, I have several hundred memorials up for the soldiers in that section. I mostly use the Diuguid burial records, but I have photos of the kisok at the entrance as well as a book called Stories of the Stones to identify a soldier. It appears I have a duplicate of your kin. The Diuguid burial records, the kiosk and the book I have all spell his name as Brodda, but LJH found his service record and his name is spelled differently still. To make it even more confusing, the Diuguid record has a note that his name could be spelled a couple of other ways. Oy :( I am going to leave my memorial up in case anyone else takes a photo of his grave and does what I did and looks in the records. I put a note on my memorial to see yours. Mine is #145548323 if you want to take a look. I don't recall seeing the bronze plaque that there is a photo of on your memorial. If that is there, then I will surely remove my memorial from the site. I will have to go out there and find his grave.
Shew! That was easy :)
|karen||memorial 35296714, Tilley|
Hi Scott, I think you found the grave of my long lost g-g-Aunt and Uncle, Thomas and Jane Tilley. The headstone only reads Mother and Father Tilley, but the births are the same as Thomas' and Jane's are. I did not have death dates. Is there any way to contact Riverside Cemetery in Denver to see if the records have first names or any other information like who buried them. Thanks for the excellent photo you put up. Karen in Arizona
Added by karen on Apr 08, 2015 8:42 PM
|Vickie Smejkal||Caleb Burdsal|
Yea,...that was a wierd spelling. ;-) It had me looking through the burial cards trying to find a match, but I found it. :-)
It's wonderful that we can all share bits and pieces of information that help to lead to the correct names and real persons; and better yet, their histories and stories. WoW.
It's interesting seeing the other site on Caleb, quite informative. They must be a realative of sorts to have had the info they had.
This Find A Grave is an awesome useful tool of information.
|Vickie Smejkal||Re: Caleb S Burdsal #34455481|
Thought you might like to see this. It is a letter from his son Caleb Jr.
I know. James Allen Hattaway is. Lena kitchens son
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