|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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|Margie D||Thank you|
Thank you for the transfer of Ephriam Hancock. His oldest child is my g grandmother, Minerva, who married Charles Franklin Mitchell. I'm guessing the book you're refering to regarding Hancock history is "The Poineer" compiled by Samuel Harden in 1895. There are several pages with Hancock family history in Indiana (pages 109-113). It includes the letter written by Cynthia Hancock Reeder, your wife's gg grandmother - I found the book printed out on line several years ago. If this isn't the book, let me know - I'm always interested in discovering new sources. My real blockage regards the parents of Minerva's husband - a break through there would be nice.... Thanks again - Margie D
Added by Margie D on Feb 20, 2014 1:46 PM
|Catie & Will||Oscar Pendergrass|
Pick up the information and picture of the site that I entered, then let me know when this is done and I shall delete my entry.
|Scott Kjar||RE: Margaret Corser|
One thing I just noticed - You listed 1974 as her death date, but her stone has 1913. I updated the month and day per your instruction though. Also, East Saginaw wasn't an option to choose from. I looked it up and found that it is a defunct city together with Sagniaw City is now just Saginaw.
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||Corser|
You asked for all Corsers. I did not find Warren and his wife yet. I did find Austin
& Ethel and Charles & Evaline and their stone photos were uploaded
|Jim Cole||RE: Find a grave photo|
Also noted someone else had a memorial for Alice Bertha Courser, Willaim Murray's day. Noted a pic of her gravestone in my archives and uploaded it as well. She had a tragic life as well. Married, 4 years later had a son, stillborn more than likely, then her husband died 2 years following that. Never remarried - spinster school teacher.
Added by Jim Cole on Aug 04, 2013 1:51 PM
|Jim Cole||Added Memorial|
Found a pic of William Murray Courser's grave in my archives - didn't think I had one, and it was 'geo-tagged' as well. Built a memorial and posted. WMC grave is more prominent than LJC's.
Added by Jim Cole on Aug 04, 2013 11:14 AM
|Jim Cole||RE: Leroy James Courser|
Hi Al, LJC was my wife's maternal GF - she's the dau of his dau Eleanor Bertha (Courser) Morrill. I do not believe there is a 'Family marker'. LJC's father William Murray Courser came to Dover from Warner NH and there were not a lot of surviving Coursers around.
If you'd like more info, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Pls excuse the late reply - just noticed the Find-a-Grave post.
Added by Jim Cole on Aug 01, 2013 11:39 AM
|Aimee Schoelles||Alvina Courser|
I just sent you the 1850 and 1860 census with Martha's parents. The 1860 census is on two pages and it wouldn't let me send both. I am going to send you a link to my ancestry.com site. This will allow you to look at my tree along with all of the supporting information without having to sign up for the account.
I have also made contact with another relative of this Courser line. Once I gather information, I would be more than happy to share it.
This is the line that my husband's family takes...
Caleb Wright...Martha Wright...Alvina Courser...Edith Forquer...Dortha Page.
I'm not sure where you live, but we are in Michigan. I am planning a trip to Mt. Pleasant to meet with my husband's great Aunt who is sister of Dortha. I also planning to visit all of the cemeteries. If there is something you would like me to photograph for you, please let me know.
Thank you so much!
|Aimee Schoelles||RE: Martha Wrights Parents|
Absolutely. Let me get something for you and I'll email it to you. I'm not at my computer right now. This is my husbands family that I've been researching. Thank you so much!!!
|Mitch_B||Eric Conway Williamson|
nice to read the feedback of taking the picture from Eric Conway Williamson`s headstone
Here you can "virtual visit" the reichswald war cemetery online:
Kind regards: Mitch
Added by Mitch_B on Mar 08, 2013 2:45 PM
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