|Evelyn Jepson (#46802354)|
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I have been interested in Family Geneology for some years now. I have a Family Database that extends several trees. My interest is in old graveyards, and recording gravestones information so that they are not lost. The little pieces we put in here, might be the lost pieces of a puzzle people are looking for to complete their family trees in the future. If there are things to be changed, please contact me, and it will be changed to reflect the correct history. In putting on memorials, I usually put on a birthdate(deathdate minus died at age), because maybe you only have a birthdate, and the pieces will fit. Please note that changes will only be made, if you have actual dates to show for the change. My family trees can be found on http://www.tribalpages.com. Access code: you will need to contact administrator, due to privacy issues, for ability to see tree. It is still being compiled, as we find more families to record. If by chance, you spy one of your ancestors on my site, it can be transferred to you..just ask. I went to Gettysburg, PA, in 2012, and will also be posting graves of men not mentioned on this site.|
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Thank you for transferring Buckam Singh. I will make some changes; I will approach the web site you quoted for permission to use their text; the admins get a bit uppity at times when they see web links posted on memorial pages-I think it has something to do with them going out of date?
|wayne mercer||thomas mercer grave nbr 96544072|
I am new to this site and I am curious. Did you actually find my ancestors grave?
I have not been able to do so after years of searching Toronto Grave yards
|Islington||RE: Knox Cemetery-Auld Kirk|
i would write Vicki (Price) Scott (#46823618) or Lorna Matthews-McCluskey (#47007195) they would know. never worked that area.
|Woolsox||Francis Kelly (FAG 19427637)|
The President of the United States of America, in the name of Congress, takes pleasure in presenting the Medal of Honor to Watertender Francis Kelly, United States Navy, for extraordinary heroism and uncommon valor in action in connection with the sinking of the U.S.S. Merrimac at the entrance to the harbor of Santiago de Cuba, 2 June 1898. Despite heavy fire from the Spanish batteries, Watertender Kelly displayed extraordinary heroism throughout this operation.
Added by Woolsox on Feb 18, 2015 2:18 PM
|Cherie Lynn||John E|
I added his death cert to his memorial and it shows he is also in Mt Pleasant. Add him to there and request a photo. There are many active volunteers there. But I know there is deep snow and it won't leave for weeks and weeks and weeks so it won't come fast. Unless he has an upright. But see the cert on his memorial
|Cherie Lynn||RE: Thompson Graves-Mount Pleasant Cemetery|
Hello Evelyn: I only made the memorials of some of these folks they are my family. It is the other volunteer that took "some of the photos. I will add a request.
|Elizabeth Cohoe||Dr. Francis Wafer|
Hi Evelyn. Would you please email be at email@example.com. I think I have found the stone for Dr. Wafer, and would like to correspond privately. Thanks.
|Karen Judith Hildy & Rick Conely||RE: Perry and Flint|
Thank you so much for the transfer. We truly appreciate it. We do live quite far, being in Southern Utah, USA. It's nice to be able to care for family, and hopefully find more to link as become available. Again, thank you, Karen
|marvin mitchell||RE: Re: Evelyn|
Hi Evelyn, sorry about that #. the proper # is
126936616, thanks again for all you do,marvin
|Karen Robinson||Gertrude M. Wilcox (Ineson)|
In reviewing the information you posted for Gertrude Martha Wilcox (Ineson) as part of the Hillcrest Cemetery information in Woodbridge, I believe that you have mixed up some information.
This Gertrude M. Wilcox who married Joseph Peter Ineson.
You mentioned that she had two daughters and seven sons and listing the names. These children belong to Gertrude Margaret Wilcox (nee Curtis) who married Ernest Vernon Wilcox.
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gertrude Martha Ineson (nee Wilcox) and
Gertrude Margaret Wilcox (nee Curtis) were two separate people
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