|Shirley Stanton (#46546723)|
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Since 1990, I have been working on the genealogy of my husband's family. In 1997 a computer was foisted on me and the real fun started! I began researching my own family in 2000 as a 70th b-day present for my brother. In sleuthing for family gravesites in the Northeast, we have physically unearthed family headstones. During the process of gathering family data, we have had a refresher course in US History as well as some post-grad work. The threads of our country's fabric have been spun from the family histories in our cemeteries. |
In 2003-04,I had the pleasure of working with Michael Robert Patterson to identify family genealogy in many burials he had listed on his superb Arlington National Cemetery website. Michael linked the families on the website and supplied copious biographical information. The "family" continually amazed us both.
At the time, I neglected to enter names in findagrave's Arlington list and have tried to catch up, but alas too late to add many of our family ,as others gleaned the information from the above website and added it to findagrave.
I will not link my family to entries created as "burial unknown", for that is not the mission of this website as stated below.
"Find a Grave's mission is to find, record and present final disposition information . . ..
Memorial contributions to Find A Grave must fulfill that mission - registration of the final disposition.”
"Location of body unknown is used for recent deaths where the disposition is not currently known. Final disposition must be determined and updated within 30 days."
All of my entries in Find a Grave have been family members,until recently when I put in a few names from some obscure places that may be your family.
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my pleasure, thanks!
Added by Greenie on Oct 01, 2015 9:45 PM
|Linda Kitts Bennett||Name Correction|
Isn't Isabella's full name Isabella Ramsay Macomb Bloomfield? She was born a Ramsay, married a Macomb and then a Bloomfield . You have her as Isabella Macomb Ramsay Bloomfield.
|Stanton-Parker Genes 51||Stanton Family|
I just wanted you to know that I have been doing Genealogy for over 25 years now. And I have alot of the Stanton family history, and also being that they originated from England, The spelling of Stanton originated from Staunton, and we do have distant relatives that live over there, I am in contact with one of them, in fact he has visited me here. This is just some FYI for you in case you did not know. I have been a Stanton from birth.
|Polli Sunshine||RE: Isaac Gerow|
You are welcome Shirley! Thanks for letting me know which date is correct. Take care!
|gen2003||RE: Charles Dabney|
I'm always interested in anything historical about Mississippi and the South in general. Love all these type of books written by southerners during the Civil War era. And yes, sadness abounds in almost all of them. Lots of information in them as well. Glad you found it!
Added by gen2003 on Nov 23, 2014 8:51 PM
|Marshall Lloyd||RE: Susan Macomb d'Hautville|
Thank's interesting. I just found her obit. Looks like she died in Switzerland. Please add to the bio:
Newport Mercury (Newport, Rhode Island, Friday, 5 Oct 1928, P7:C&
THREE DEATHS. Mrs. Susan Grand d'Hauteville, Mrs. Ruth D. Ackley, Franklin White
A cable from St. Legier, Switzerland, announces the death there Friday of Mrs. Susan Grand d'Hautville, widow of Frederic S. Grand d'Hauteville, a former well known summer resident of Newport. Mrs. d'Hautville was formerly Miss Macomb and had spent the summers here, occupying the residence on Bellevue and Victoria avenues. Mr. d'Hauteville died June 16, 1918, and his widow has lived the greater part of the time since in Switzerland, where she had a villa "Chateau d'Hauteville." She was in her eightieth year and is survived by two sons, Frederic V. Grand d'Hauteville and Paul Grand d'Hauteville, and a daughter, Miss Renee d'Hauteville.
Of her sons, Mr. Frederic V. Grand d'Hauteville was engaged in important war work in Switzerland, in charge of supplying the needs of French prisoners in Germany. The other son was engaged in Red Cross work in Paris, and was awarded the honor of Knight of Grace in the Grand Priory of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, for his work as director of the British section of the Bureau du Secours Aux Prisoners de Guerre at Berne. Mrs. d'Hauteville was a stockholder of the Newport Casino, a member of the Newport Reading Room, the Redwood Library and Newport Country Club.
|C. J. Dixon||RE: Alexander Macomb sponsorship|
You're welcome! :)
|gazelle||RE: # 7942146 Abram Hutton|
My pleasure, Shirley - he is one of the few there still legible.
Added by gazelle on Jul 19, 2014 9:44 AM
|BobBoston||Sarah Scottow. suggestion|
Your suggestion has been posted.
|A AAA American at Find A Grave||TNX|
Dear Mrs. Shirley Stanton,
Maam thank you for all your doing, have done, and I think shall do. It is quite well. Interlinking I did on some of your kin. I saw some here in New Jersey. Whiting is a nice municipality too. I did not add the title given to the Ladies of Mrs. but I hope many do now from the Drop Downs as those ladies sure deserve it.
Please add me as your friend. On Find A Grave now too.
Jonathan Robert De Mallie
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