|Jon Coulter (#46788180)|
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A note on photos and bios that I have contributed to Find-a-Grave ... if you are related to the person in the memorial, you are free to use any photos and/or bio copy that I have posted provided such use is not for sale. If you are NOT related, please check with me first.|
I am currently researching the following family names:
My Family: Coulter, Barger, Kronk, and Greenwalt. Plus Nuice (Noos, Nuse, Nuce, Noose, Neuse), Mirely (Mirley, Mierly) and Deener.
My Wife's Family: Mangan, Kolich, and Kajder.
If you discover errors in my memorials, please let me know and I'll fix them. If you are an immediate family member of someone I posted, shoot me an email and I'll make sure you receive ownership of the listing.
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|Adam ||Joseph Alivin Keefer|
Can you link Joseph Alvin Keefer 40856911 to his father Daniel A Keefer 49394400 and mother Alice C Keefer 49394435 thanks
Added by Adam on Feb 24, 2014 10:09 PM
|Gary Virts||Please Respond|
I have sent over a couple request to transfer 2 memorials to you. They are my grandmother and grandfather, I would appreciate if you would respond.
|Jack Stevens||William Braithwaite's memorial|
His government supplied marker is laying in a cemetery at Fawn Lake VA over 100 miles from where he is buried. I have photographed it and can send it as an attachment to a email.
|Melvin L. Halterman||MEMORIAL TRANSFER|
Thanx for the recent transfer of the William Henry King memorial.
|Lynne Ream||About you bio (:>)|
I am running into bios with scores of rules and an bad attitude that is not what I want to see. Thank you for your nice, friendly bio. It is a pleasure to open a bio and find kind words and not rules and regulations.
|Del Groves||Norbourne & Old Nourbourne Cemetery|
(in Martinsburg, WV). I note on Google maps these are two distinct cemeteries separated by only a few blocks. Yet, they seemed to be lumped together into only one cemetery listing. Since you took photos of at least one of them I'm wondering if you can comment on this issue? Thanks.
Hi Jon, I'm thinking that my e-mails have gone to your junk mail by accident, so I'll make another attempt here to make a connection. Would you mind transferring Robert Widdows 16213197 and Ann Widdows 16213195 to me so that I can make new links and add to their memorials necessary information? I am in the direct line and if you check out their links you can see that I take good care of our family memorials. Thanks so much for your help. I really appreciate it. BR 47424089
Added by Beth on Mar 20, 2013 11:56 AM
|Cyndy Cox||RE: Milburns Chapel|
I wanted to let you know that I was able to go to Milburn Cemetery and take some pictures of my own. I was beautiful and inspiring to see where my family lived in the mid 1700's. Thanks for letting use your photo for my scrapbook.
|Jack Stevens||William Braithwaite, SR|
I added a photo of a grave maker with his name on it however the photo was from the Greenfield cemetery in Spotsylvania Co, VA. Notice it has a SAR emblem on it. Can anyone help solve this?
Jon, On the Bellevue Asylum Cemetery site you mentioned that the land on which it was located was years later found to have been named Bellevue long before the asylum was put there.
I have been doing research which involves a man named Charles Carroll who built a manor on a 1000 acre tract in or near Hagerstown and named it Bellevue -- after which he signed himself Charles Carroll of Bellevue to distinguish himself from his cousin Charles Carroll of Carrollton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and various other Charles Carrolls at that time in Maryland. C.C. of B. was later a co-founder of the city of Rochester NY.
Have you found any indication that the Bellevue property where the asylum and hospital were located was the "Bellevue" of Charles Carrol of Bellevue?
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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