|Ghost Town Gal||Edward Charles Redding memorial 66241458|
Edward Redding is my Great Grand Uncle. May I use your tombstone photograph in my family tree?
Thank you for your good work.
|Beverly Smith Leach||Doane Graves|
Am most interested in pictures and information about finding graves of Hezekiah Doane 1737-1809; wife Sarah Bland 1743-1814. Children: Sarah Doane 1762-1814, James Doane 1763-1810; Hezekiah Thomas Doane 1763-1827; Thankful Doane 1764-1854; Benjamin Clements Doane 1769-1852; Mary Doane 1770-1788; Mary Elizabeth "Polly: Doane; Rodana Doane 1776- ; Cynthia Doan 1777- ; Rebecca Doane 1779-1869; Abner Doane 1758-1821; Hannah Doane 1789-1850; Absolem Doane 1800- . This family came to Grant/Harrison Co KY area from North Carolina between 1780-1790. There has been much search for Doane graves. Have you heard or found any Doane graves?
|Anonymous||New Jerusalem Cemetery|
Good day to you Ashley. My name is Joe Hoeh and I have relatives buried in this cemetery as well. This cemetery is also known as "Ludwig" which is my mothers maiden name. I'm trying to find out more about this cemetery. New Jerusalem if that is the true name may very well have some interesting history. That name associates itself with the "New Millennium" belief. I also took another picture today of a Joseph Litzelfelner. Born 1803 and died 1874. I chalked some of the headstones to bring out the inscriptions as without it was impossible to read all info. I will be attaching photos of all viewable headstones in this cemetery over the next few days. I will attach them in the Ludwig cemetery as that has all names already entered by someone other then myself. As soon as a I get approved I will submit the duplication error to findagrave.
|Ruth||Obit for John Livelsbeger|
I am having a hard time to copy the obit it said I had to open it in one of the programs having a hard time to do that is there another way to copy this so I can add to my tree. thank you in advance.
Added by Ruth on Oct 01, 2015 8:13 PM
|Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester||GEORGE HENRY WARKENTINE|
I just found this man in my 1923 Elstonian. I have transferred him over to you. Related??
|Tammy Ross||I am Warkentein lineage|
Hi Ashley. I am Warkentein lineage. Christian Wilhelm Johann Warkentein was a distant relative. Caroline was my ggggrandmother (if I have this down correctly). I was adopted as an infant in 1966, but have traced my bio-mother's line back this far. I love to hear from you and maybe discuss our distant relatives! I'm thinking you and I are distant cousins. Pretty neat! I'm also a contributor here at F.A.G. maybe you can reach me through this forum? Or try tamross at comcast dot net
|Thomas Clark||RE: Ralph R. Warkentien|
Thank you for getting back to me. I have his Purple Heart in my classroom on display. Do you have any pictures of him? I bought it off ebay a long time ago. I should be getting his files from St. Louis and I can send you copies. For the past 30+ years we have been researching the Indiana men and women that have served.
|Steven Howell||Walther Howell|
Thank you so much in letting me manage my family grave. I really appreciate all the work you have done for findagrave. Thanks again - Steve Howell
|Thomas Clark||Ralph R. Warkentien|
Are you related to Ralph R. Warkentien? I have his Purple Heart in my classroom and I use it in my displays on World War II. I really need a picture of him.
Teacher and researcher
|RAP||Photo request for Henry Turbin|
Hello Ashley, You have a request for Henry Turbin d 1913 at Brant Cemetery, Saginaw County, MI. I spent about an hour searching for requests today. I located a Wm. Henry Turbin 1848-1914. He had a shared stone with Goodworth 1861-1942. Could this be the same person? I can message the creator of memorial and see if they have any more info unless you can confirm.
Added by RAP on May 19, 2015 2:00 PM
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