|Judy Ryan (#46627413)|
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|Donna Ann Thomas||RE: Bessie DeBow|
Thank you Judy, I have added the information. Sad story! I'm sorry that it happened in your family, too.
|Cheryl Moala||Dora E Longstreet FAG ID# 68707607|
Hi, I'm writing for a friend. Dora's middle name is Etta. Could you please update her name to show Dora Etta Longstreet. She is my friends grandmother. Also can you link my friends mother to Dora as her child.Her name is Ruth Dunfee Find A Grave ID# 94138810. Thank you so much on behalf of my friend, Tanya Sperling.
|R Frech||RE: Van Hise|
thank you anyway! I'll keep trying. Lots of Van Hise's in the Allentown/Imlaystown area. Someone must know something!
Added by R Frech on Nov 03, 2016 11:45 AM
|R Frech||Jesse Van Hise|
Hi, I am researching Van Hise relatives and see that you have photos of Jesse and Mary W. Van Hise as well as Anthony and Edna V Van Hise headstones in the Emleys Hill Cemetery. I can't find any information about Jesse or Mary's parents. Would you have any information on them or have photos of their headstones in the same cemetery?
Thanks for all your help.
Sincerely, Ruth VH Frech
Added by R Frech on Nov 02, 2016 1:14 PM
|Shelly||Toth graves in Riverview Cemetery|
Thank you for the photos of the grave stone of Elizabeth and Paul Toth. I'm wondering if you would grant me permission to use your photos on my Ancestry.com pages for them. I place credit for the person who took the photos in the photo description on Ancestry.
Thanks for your consideration.
Added by Shelly on Sep 18, 2016 3:08 PM
|Ms. Clyde||Caroline Jobes|
Your memorial for Caroline is 5496131
Possible duplicate of another at that cemetery; see 5492787
|deanna french||Mercer Co. N.J. Wm Reay FAG photo|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am presently working on a project to identify the last resting places of many of our "old soldiers" that had ties to Vermont. Wm. Reay is one such patriot. Born in England in 1843, he was credited to Bennington, Vt. for C.W service, and served in Co. E. of the 14th Vt. Inf. I am asking you if I may use the photo that you contributed to his Find A Grave memorial page, to post on the Vt.C.W. site? (www.vermontcivilwar.org.
You would receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Philip Jay||77416051 Samuel/Emily Williams|
The names are very similar to my great grandparents: Samuel Williams and Emily Gardiner. Though they lived for many years in China, they return to New York and Emily died in 1918. I don't have a date when my great grandfather died. His birthplace is in dispute. Either New York, as is suggested on his son's passport, or England or more likely Wales as his parents lived in Wales.
So, I'm wondering if you have any information about this couple as represented on the stone. If the daughter linked is actdually Mary Williams, born abt 1883, then there might be a match. I'd appreciate your input. My grandmother is buried in New York along with her brother, children of Samuel and Emily Williams.
|Vicki Ledbetter||David Meirs birth year|
Hi Judy! Thanks so much for all your hard work! Just wanted to make you aware that if David Meirs' stone says he died in 1816, and he was 78.. Wouldn't his birth year be 1737, 1738? I know sometimes the numbers run together! Again, I appreciate everything you're doing!
|Vicki Ledbetter||David Meirs Birth Year|
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