|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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|Alison||RE: The Mental Hospital|
Oh my goodness
I had never thought of that angle.
One day in my spare time I might investigate that. Will have to wait till winter. Too many cemeteries I want to get to before the snow flies again!
Added by Alison on Jul 15, 2014 6:00 AM
|Elizabeth||Dr. Francis Moses Wafer #77619963|
Hi Evelyn. I see that you manage this page, so I am wondering if you are a relative of Dr. Wafer. I am just getting started with photo requests at St. Mary's Cemetery in Kingston Ontario, and have learned that they will not tell me the location of a grave unless it is being requested by a family member. The request was actually made by someone who is writing a book about his Civil War regiment. That person's FindAGrave ID is "108th Regiment NY Volunteer Infantry" #47173423 if you want to have a look.
I don't think this cemetery will tell me the location without the request of a family member. Please let me know if you are related and if you approve of this request. If you are, I will go into the details of exactly what they want.
|brknhrt||RE: Duplicates Sent|
Unfortunately, there are quite a few more. Is it OK if I send just a few a day? The problem was duplicate cemeteries with slightly different names. Admin did add an also-known-as People's Cemetery but I wanted it with People's Cemetery-Charlottetown after the name and they didn't add the town. I hate when this happens because it really causes a mess. Thank you for taking care of these.
Added by brknhrt on Jun 10, 2014 1:07 PM
|brknhrt||RE: Re Duplicate enteries|
Thanks Evelyn, had to delete some my own too. I am only going to send the 10 per week as allowed by findagrave. I have put them all in a virtual cemetery so I can keep track of them.
Added by brknhrt on Jun 10, 2014 4:16 AM
|Alberta Ann||RE: Joseph Lester Wagar|
Regarding the following message you had sent to me last December, I was wondering if you had acquired a picture of the grave yet or if you would still like one. Now that the snow has all finally gone, (for a while anyways!) I hope to make a drive to Red Deer and Alto Reste Cemetery and take a few photos.
Hope to hear from you soon.
"Joseph Lester Wagar
I wondered if in the spring/summer you could drop by Alto Reste Cemetery and see where the above individual is buried, and take a pic of the grave for me. He was my uncle's brother.
Added by Evelyn Jepson on Dec 24, 2013 11:49 AM"
|Peter Doane||Memorial for Susan Howland Sherman Doane|
Thank you for setting up this memorial. I have added some pictures. I know my grandmother died in Newton, MA on 12 Jan 1981. I do not know the date or place of her birth though. I am consulting with my cousins about getting that and other data we might ask you to add. I have also asked my cousin to add photos of her daughter/my aunt/her mom and send you the data to add.
Unfortunately, her son/my dad died last Feb and I will be creating a memorial once we bury his ashes in the Jay Family cemetery in Rye, NY this fall. He will be buried next to my mother
|Mary Gordon||RE: Frederick Mowat|
Done, thanks for the reminder! You might be interested to know how Farley was related to Sir Oliver. Farley's great grandfather, the Rev. John Mower, was Oliver's brother.
Farley's tree goes
Oliver Mowat and Janet Bower
John Mowat and Helen Levack (parents of Oliver plus 4 more)
Rev. John Bower and Helen McGill
Robert McGill Mowat and Mary E. Jones
Angus McGill Mowat and Helen Ann Lillian Thomson
Farley Mowat - born in Belleville!
|Paul Warner||Walter Trusler|
I have fulfilled your photo request for Walter Trusler. The cemetery manager advised me in an email (which I can forward to you if you like) that "the actual plot number is 4RN-P35-N [/] Walter is in the same plot in a casket, Marjorie is cremated".
All the best,
|Ruth||Jane (Book) McLaughlin|
Hi, Thank you for posting this grave. I just thought I should give you a little update on this individual. Her maiden name is Huffman. She was born September 18, 1863 in Georgetown, Esguesing Township, Halton County, Ontario, Canada (daughter of Henry Huffman and Agnes Milroy). She married first on December 28, 1893 in Esquesing Township, Halton County, Ontario, Canada Hamilton S. McLaughlin (son of Joseph McLaughlin and Isabella Hamilton). She married second on March 11, 1914 in Trafalar Township, Halton County, Ontario, Canada Anson Burgess Book (son of Robert O. Book and Amanda C. Bremer). She died on July 7, 1932 in North Grimbsy Township, Lincoln County, Ontario, Canada. Again, thank you for posting this.
Added by Ruth on Apr 16, 2014 5:48 PM
|dan offen||john victor newton|
Hello Evelyn...this relative b 29 sept 1917 d 16 sept 2007. I would like to know if there were any other names on the marker ie his wife Lillian ? Do you have this info ? Thank you. All the best, Dan
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