|Lee Drew (#18885944)|
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My life has involved significant investments of time with my family, church, civic and corporate leadership opportunities.|
Family history research is a favored avenue of relaxation. It is a Sherlock-like activity that can continue almost anywhere at any time. The quest, although challenging, is a fascinating never-ending journey.
By leveraging a lifetime involvement in technology, my research efforts have resulted in terabytes of ancestral research data, earning me the moniker of Lineagekeeper.
And yes - We are all related to Royalty.
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|Jeffrey Watson||Memorial 21730905|
Thank you for creating the memorial for my GG Grandfather! I have quite a bit of information on him and my GG Grandmother.
|FRANKLIN D. SAMPSON||Sylvanus Sampson|
Is there any evidence he had a son named David born in 1771 I have a DNA match with the David Samson family in Pike Co Oh and the George Samson family in Monroe co Ohio the lady that is a descendant of George in Monroe Co Ohio hers also shows a match with Sylvanus Sampson his son Joe and Joes son Sylvanus
|Carole Lee Alexander||Solomon Linville Ellis|
Thank you for taking the great close-up photo of Soloman's Marker. He is my husband's 2nd grandfather. Carole
|Hawkeye||Gillispie and Gillespie|
B-231-8A NIS (Names in Stone) list Gillispie, Baby (0-2/6/1935) and Jessie Davis Gillispie (9/3/1910-2/2/1935). The burial date was2/5/1935.
H-175-7 NIS list Dans, Jessie A. (0-0) and Baby Gillespie (3/23/1930-3/23/1930). Now that dates are different from those above, my hypothesis is they are two different Memorials because of the different in location.
These are from American Fork. If you could make the corrections there won't be any duplicates. Because I'm making one for baby Gillespie. hawkeye
Added by Hawkeye on Aug 21, 2016 10:08 AM
You transferred a Mary Woods to me. I thank you for that, but I have no relationship to her. My I transfer her back to your care?
Added by TracySue on Jul 25, 2016 12:56 PM
|Paula Lloyd||Henry and Mary Woods|
Thank you for all your work on findagrave.com!
Do I need permission to use your photos? I would like to save a copy of the headstone of Henry and Mary Woods and possibly share it if you are willing.
Thanks again and best wishes,
|Dalene Royer||Alderson Bennett|
Hello, Alderson Bennett is my gg-uncle and you have his death date wrong on Find a Grave. My mother has a the original death notice (the letter that is sent to the family edged in black) the letter is dated April 19, 1865. I have a copy if of it if you would like to see it. I believe that he was buried in Mississippi then when the National Cemetery was developed they moved him and several others. Thanks for your help in this matter. Dalene Lawler Royer
|Diane & John||RE: Copp Memorials|
Thank you for your words of condolence. It is appreciated.
|Justin Adderley||Stan Watts father|
I believe Stanley Watts father is memorial # 13280552 His mother is on their as well, which is Ethel Gertrude Park Watts 58988
|Shirley Mitchell||Gideon Tirrill & family|
Just wanted to let you know that when you get a chance to move Gideon, his parents William & Hannah, and brother Joshua from the Piper Hill cemetery to the Gideon Tirrill cemetery I have their headstone pics and will put them up. Then Connie will remove the "No Stone Found" pics from their memorials she put up when she photographed Piper Hill. (I do understand that you may not get to this until after the busy holiday season).
And like I said in my edit requests Joshua's wife Matilda Chandler also isn't in Piper Hill. Her headstone is in the North Hill cemetery in Stewartstown, which is only a mile or so from the Gideon Tirrill cemetery. I don't know why she wasn't buried in the family cemetery though.
The only one of Gideon's children I haven't been able to find is Sarah E, born about 1828. She is only in the 1850 census.
An added note about the Gideon Tirrill cemetery being in Stewartstown, when they seemed to always live in Clarksville. I am sure this cemetery is probably on their old homestead and is very close to the Clarksville/Stewartstown border. I have a feeling that border probably fluctuated like many others in this area back then and that they never moved... the border did.
Also, have you ever found a death certificate for Gideon Tirrill Sr in 1872? So many people think he died in Canada (which is where his daughter Susie lived)... and they weren't in the 1870 census in Clarksville or Stewartstown... so I was wondering where he actually did die. I can't find one for his wife Abigail in 1876 either.
Have a nice holiday,
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