|James Harrison Turner (#47057487)|
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|Pat Van Den Berghe||Thomas O Lincoln - Valley Cemetery|
I believe it is a relative of yours and they are one and the same. More than happy to transfer the Lincoln's to you. I haven't done any research on them ... anyway let me know
Pat Van Den Berghe
|Richard Morrison||RE: N.B. Morrison|
My research is going OK. I recruited a descendant of Gabriel Morrison to take Y-DNA test and they are related to me. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=77512365 No progress with a connection to New London Morrisons.
|Richard Morrison||Dr Napoleon Bonaparte Morrison|
You are correct. His father is John per his death cert. https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-266-11691-111689-80?cc=1520546&wc=M9S3-RFG:1863112683
|Emma ||Ida Bullock Memorial|
Thanks, James, for Ida's memorial! Very kind of you!
Added by Emma on Dec 02, 2013 5:54 PM
|Gail A||Cemetery Correction|
Thank you for posting grave info on my GGrandparents August and Catherine Seidel Muhler. They are buried in Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery,2809 Grindon Ave, Baltimore, not in Immanuel Episcopal Cemetary in Sparks. The cemetery belongs to Immanuel Lutheran Church on Loch Raven Blvd, Baltimore. Hoping to post a photo soon. Thanks again.
Added by Gail A on Nov 29, 2013 10:21 AM
|Ed Starling||Susannah (Cromwell) Calvert|
I agree on the mother of William Cromwell Calvert. I found the marriage of Robert and Susannah and her death in Ancestry.com but just never updated the Find A Grave site. Thanks for the catch. I will update the site.
|Diana||RE: Creston Martel Clark|
You're welcome for the photos. I am no relation though. Just love to help people find their relatives and ancestors. :-)
Added by Diana on Oct 15, 2013 7:16 PM
|Joanne Gross Vaughn||Lorenz|
Sorry it took so long to transfer this, my friend send me a ton of updates and it was amoung them, and today I finally got to do some of them.
I wish I knew how to set up my inbox that certain emails go to certain folders.
|Simpers Genealogy Project||Lt. John W. Simpers|
Can you make an annotation to the posting of Lt. John W. Simpers? The 1907 death date on his gravestone is incorrect. He was born John William Simpers (b: Dec. 11, 1823 - d: Feb. 15, 1908). Here is his obituary from the files of the Historical Society of Cecil Co. (Md.):
"John William Simpers died on Feb. 10, 1908, at his home in North East aged 84 years. He was born on Dec. 11, 1823, 2nd son of Jesse H. and Jane (Miller) Simpers. Mr. Simpers was a veteran of the Civil War, having served as Lt. of Co. "A" of the 8th Md. Regiment . He was survived by one son, Jesse H. Simpers, two brothers, J. Kennard and Charles W., two half brothers, Wilmer and Ellsworth, one sister, Mrs. Rachel J. Cantwell, and one half sister, Mrs. Wilmer C. Bouchelle. He was buried in Union Cemetery."
Simpers Genealogy Project
|Stephanie Morris||RE: connect|
That's funny.....I don't have a son John t. My list says John s. probably a transcription error w/ the source. I'll have to go check it out. This would give me more on him if it fits!
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