|Al Weatherburn (#33369723)|
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One day while searching for my Weatherburn Grandparents We found the cemetery where they were buried. The Caretaker pointed to the ground and said "Here they are." There was no marker. I felt kind of lost at this time. I figured after all these people had done something had to be done so they would not be forgotten or lost to the sands of time. We have taken it upon our selves to build a family tree and history and put it where future family member's can find and appreciate it. We welcome all help in getting information on any of my family members we have over 10,000 names in my family study and enjoy sharing information. We have wonderful Conversations and traded info and pictures with family members we never knew. we would like to thank all of the people that have graciously transfered our relatives Grave sites over to us. My Corser/Courser family members number into the thousands and we are gathering information and pictures daily to add to our study of the Corser Family in America. We have started adding the G.P.S. Cords to the tombstones of the people we enter or take volunteer pictures for. This will help locate any grave without running all over the cemetery trying to find them. We feel this will be of help especially when the stones are flat in the ground, or the cemetery office is closed or has none at all. |
On September 28th 2010, I was in Berwick upon Tweed,England the home of my Weatherburn Grandparents. At this time I became a Freeman of the town of Berwick upon Tweed having been granted freedom of the town following in my Grandfather Robert Weatherburn's footsteps. I signed my name in the same Book he had signed in 1895 thats 115 years after he did,Just the site of his hand written signature, put my family tree into a totally new perspective. It was a great honor.
We will gladly transfer any memorial We have entered that Is not part of our family. We are very grateful for all the transfers of our relatives Gravesites so as to fill them in as complete as possible. Find a grave is a wonderful website. I have been with it since its inception and it keeps getting stronger every year. Al & Sandy (Cottingham) Weatherburn.
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There is another memorial for James Edwards (# 106042877) that has the cemetery. If you would be interested in merging the two memorials, here is the info. Also-- his year of death is 1943, not 1923.
I am a Courser descendent and we have corresponded in the past. Thank you, Carol
Birth: Aug. 15, 1863, England
Death: Apr. 26, 1943
Created by: High Plains
Record added: Mar 10, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 106460244
Added by Carol on Jul 03, 2015 10:26 AM
|Shmilybrandon||Anna Lucille Key Muller|
I wanted to ask permission to use your photo of Anna Lucille Key Muller headstone. I wanted to add it to my genealogy software. I will give you credit for the photo. Thanks so much.
|Rita Wehunt-Black||Thank You So Much|
I can't thank you enough for the transfer of the memorials for Daniel, Elizabeth, George and William Welshons at Tetersburg Cemetery, Tipton County, Indiana. I can't wait to start linking them with family and adding their info. Thank you for creating their memorials and for all that you continue to do.
|Brandy M. Watts Martin||William Weatherburn|
I was wondering if you were a descendent of William Weatherburn (Find A Grave Memorial# 115741057)? I am trying to locate information on the descendants of William Weatherburn, father of Margaret Weatherburn who married John Bainbridge in 1795. Do you happen to know if this William Weatherburn is the same individual? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time.
|Ross Poppleton||RE: Irving Corser|
Thanks for getting back so quickly.
Right now I'm looking for Nellie Poppleton's
Great grandfather on her grandmother Sarah's side.
His name was David Clark, born in 1777, from Danby New York.
Any help would be amazing.
|Ross Poppleton||Irving Corser|
Hi Al, 04-07-2015
Our family bible from the early 1900's.shows that Irving Corser, born in New Hampshire, married my relative, Nellie Poppleton, born in Oregon. they lived in North Bonneville Washington and are both buried at River View Cemetery in Portland Oregon.
Do you have any more information on them?
|Edwina Moody||RE: Marriage cert.|
No problem, I'm just that way. Never know when you'll connect with a new relative.
|Edwina Moody||RE: William & Laura Corser|
Did you get the copy of the marriage record?? I sent it to your email address earlier today and was just wondering.
|Edwina Moody||RE: William & Laura Corser|
Let me go back and see if I can find it. I can simply send you a scan so you'll have it sooner instead of waiting for the snail mail. I JUST saw your message and it's after midnight here in Arkansas. I really need to hit the hay.
|Cat Houchins||RE: Lindley Cemetery|
I am so sorry about your cancer and am hoping things will work out for you. My husband had stage 4 cancer in 2007 and is now very well.
So many entries in the "Kokomo" Lindley Cemetery. I've been to the cemetery taking photos over the years. My family lived in Greentown moved to the Detroit area.
Thank you for your reply. I do appreciate it very much.
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