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Ron Stewart (#47046011)
 member for 6 years, 5 months, 26 days
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Bio Photo Retired military. Genealogy is a passion but I slow down when football season arrives. Willing to help others as much as possible. I focus on my Stewart roots (West Virginia and Pennsylvania) and the Marshall family on my mother's side (Virginia).

I have photo documented local cemeteries in my area of James City County, Charles City County, Williamsburg and York County, VA. I am currently working on cemeteries in Surry, Sussex, Isle of Wight and Southampton Counties, VA.

I have also photo documented several cemeteries in the Hilton Head Island, SC, Kitty Hawk (Dare County), NC and Leavenworth, KS areas while on vacation.

If I have added a memorial for one of your family members just let me know your Find A Grave member number and I will transfer it to you.
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A Family Who Loves Genealogy
Thanks ever so much...
You are quicker than quick. Thanks again. With a new edit feature I always copy and paste the reminder to folks. I should take the time to check their profile. I'm always doing a bunch of these. ...thanks bunches and bunches
Added by A Family Who Loves Geneal... on Feb 23, 2015 10:50 PM
Petoskey History 1852-2002
Robert Kossuth Marshall (d, 1997)
"How ARE YOU, Mr. Stewart?” This is what Mr. Marshall would have said to you (and perhaps did). He would be most grateful to you for the edits you suggested. I had intended to get back and correct the middle name and date of death, but I had misplaced his obituary and put it off. (I will soon post what was written about him at the time of his death. Thank goodness I found it attached to a story I wrote about this fine gentleman and scholar.) I was particularly pleased to receive his parents name, and to be able to make the link between them. Again, I know Mr. Marshall would be pleased.
Many thanks!
Added by Petoskey History 1852-200... on Feb 22, 2015 8:55 PM
Petoskey History 1852-2002
Robert Kossuth Marshall (d, 1997)
"How ARE YOU, Mr. Stewart?” This is what Mr. Marshall would have said to you (and perhaps did). He would be most grateful to you for the edits you suggested. I had intended to get back and correct the middle name and date of death, but I had misplaced his obituary and put it off. (I will soon post what was written about him at the time of his death. Thank goodness I found it attached to a story I wrote about this fine gentleman and scholar.) I was particularly pleased to receive his parents name, and to be able to make the link between them. Again, I know Mr. Marshall would be pleased.
Many thanks!
Added by Petoskey History 1852-200... on Feb 22, 2015 8:50 PM
cataholic4ever
Frances M. Wood Thomas 
The info on her was given by you to start with see the bio.
If you want to change the info you gave me that's fine.
Added by cataholic4ever on Feb 21, 2015 3:24 PM
Ross, NM
RE: Thanks
Ron;
Thank you very much for your note. It is refreshing to get positive feedback.
It is clear now that the duplicates came about when they merged cemeteries.
I have seen this many times before.
I will ask Findagrave to run their De-Duper on this cemetery.
BTW; I too believe having a memorial or grave documented in the wrong cemetery is much more of a concern than a mere duplicate.
Best Regards;
Ross, NM
Added by Ross, NM on Feb 21, 2015 8:10 AM
E49
Dr Henry Augustus "Peter" Renz, III - 58285384
Dear Ron Stewart,

Thank you for accepting my enhancements to Dr Renz's memorial, and for your volumous F-A-G efforts.

Always, in F-A-G brotherhood,
e49
Added by E49 on Feb 14, 2015 1:13 AM
Caroline
Glen Willis
Do you have any information you could share on a monument that was erected for Anne Maria "Mary" Marshall? monument for the perpetuation of her memory.

The inscription is in these words :
Anna Maria Marshall,
Second daughter of Col. Thomas Marshall, was born the 29th of September, 1759; intermarried with Humphrey Marshall the 18th of September, 1784, and, dying on the 28th of September, 1824, left two sons, her husband, and many friends, to deplore the loss.

To domestic circles she looked for temporal enjoyments; to a Savior and Heaven for eternal happiness.

Her person perfect; her features comely ; her mind of the highest order of human intellect; her heart the seat of every virtue.

A high sense of her duties in life, and great fidelity in discharging them were the characteristic traits of her to whose memory this column is erected by her husband. September, 1834.
Added by Caroline on Feb 10, 2015 1:19 PM
Cheryl Hall
RE: Thanks
Your welcome! I wanted to get the photos before it snowed again.
Cheryl
Added by Cheryl Hall on Feb 09, 2015 9:20 PM
Mike Brennan
RE: John Corish, Memorial # 523777
Hi Ron,

That would be great! I really appreciate it. It's taken a number of years to flesh-out who John Corish was and to see his headstone today was certainly gratifying.

Thanks for putting this up on Find A Grave.

MB
Added by Mike Brennan on Feb 09, 2015 4:05 PM
Mike Brennan
John Corish, Memorial # 523777
Thanks for maintaining this memorial, Ron. I can't believe that there is a photo for John Corish' grave. He is my grandfather's great-uncle and sadly, he spent 35 years of his life in the National Soldiers Home, as his wife preceded him in death by 30 years.

Thanks!
Mike Brennan, Fair Haven, NJ
Added by Mike Brennan on Feb 09, 2015 1:16 PM
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