| || member for 8 years, 8 months, 24 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
Greetings, fellow Find a Graver! Thanks for your support of this site by your hard work posting, editing, adding photos AND using Find a Grave!|
----> ADOPT AN ORPHAN !! <---
I have many orphan memorials - meaning I'm not related and they need someone to properly manage them. I transfer outside FaG guidelines as I am in this for family, not fame...
Ask for a transfer(s) by using the EDIT button on the memorial page and click on "suggest any other correction or addition." Make sure you put your member # in the note.
I leave flowers when I visit a memorial and, lately, have been trying to remember to add my relationship. If there is a flower, I most likely have them/a relative in my database. Contact me to see if I have more information.
Question? Correction? Use the EDIT button and click "suggest any other correction or addition" (quickest way and private) or leave a public message. If I ask for your source, don't be offended: I want to add the source to my database.
Feel absolutely FREE to use tombstone photos I have taken but please ask before using personal/family photos that I own/have taken. I only ask proper attribution is given, i.e. "posted by Member #46910407 on Find A Grave" in case someone would like more info.
Life is too short to be a stick in the mud. Be that little singing bird on the sunny end of the stick!
|Find A Grave Friends|
A.Firefly, Angela Owens Ja..., Annette, archivemaster, Arlene (Casterl..., Art S, B. Darling, Barb Destromp, Barbara Richard..., Betty Frank, BjJ, Blake A. Willey, Bob Champagne-W..., Bonnie Hansen F..., Borbala, Brenda Runyon, Brian H, Brigitte Tucker..., Carol Moore, Carole , [View all Find A Grave Friends...]
|Messages left for Cherie_in_OC (61)||[Leave Message]|
|Sandra Elizabeth Miller||RE: Dodge at Poe Cemetery, Cass Co., MI|
I'm not related to the Dodge family, but I take a keen interest in those buried at Poe Cemetery because I have so many relatives in my Miller/Young(s) family tree buried there. I just happened to read about the Dodges and thought that I could help you out. It is fine to post my information. I am the family genealogist, so I enjoy posting all the information I have in the bios I write for Find a Grave. My great-great grandparents are buried at Poe - Sarah Catherine(Owen) and John Kirk Miller and Rachel Rebecca "Becky" (Fredricks) and Eli Young(s). I'm also related to all the Ederhards/Everharts buried there. This is all such fun!
|Deborah Jo ||RE: Jacob Plantz and Regina Rhodes|
Duh! Chestnut Grove not Chestnut Ridge. Jacob and Regina are GGG-Grandparents. Email addy on my page.
|Janet Muff||Richard Allen|
The record you sent for Richard Allen is not actually a death record it is a tombstone record. You will see this if you look at the record itself, which gives the date (not the location) of death and the name of the cemetery: West Street. The card was not made at the time when Richard Allen died, it was made on December 4, 1919, by the Fair Haven Town Clerk. Because so many vital records were lost to fire, in 1919 the State of Vermont mandated that the town clerks survey the cemeteries and copy the tombstones. (The death records from this early time are also cards, but they do not look like this and they do not indicate the cemetery.)
I realize that Richard Allen was living in Fair Haven in 1850 but the location of his death is not recorded, or the record was lost. So I would prefer not to add a location to this record.
|HH Genealogy||RE: Alice Wesselhoeft Haserick|
Yes, you are right - actually there were TWO sons (and a daughter which died young).
This is the younger son who went to California:
HASERICK, Harold William / Harald William
Harvard Student (Medicine), volunteer in the 1st World War (2d Lieutenant, 4th Essex Regiment), later Captain, Draftsman
* Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts (USA) 27. JUL 1895
oo Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara County, California (USA) 1922 Jane Condit GLOVER
+ Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara County, California (USA) 14. MAR 1970
 Santa Barbara Cemetery, Santa Barbara County, California (USA) 1970
And this is his older brother who went to Virginia:
HASERICK, Frederick Wesselhoeft
Apprentice (1910), 2nd Lt. Royal Air Force (1919), later "Cotton Broker D.B.J / D.B.S" (?), farmer, horse breeder
* Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts (USA) 30. SEP 1888
oo 20. OCT 1924 Jane Caroline Forbes
+ Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia (USA) 09. MAR 1954
 Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia (USA)
For all the relatives I know please see:
|HH Genealogy||RE: Alice Wesselhoeft Haserick|
Thank you so much!
To see the original certificate - I don't know how I could I have missed this record, as I work a lot with the FamilySearch database...
|Betty Frank||Hampton and Schultz|
After you made your requests on these families, I found their obits and added them to their memorials;)
|HH Genealogy||Sarah Fessenden Allen Wesselhoeft|
According to her Death Certificate and the Haserick Family History I have the following data:
ALLEN, Sarah Fessenden
* Brattleboro, Windham County, Vermont (USA) 14.JUL 1837 ?
(calculated: On her day of death 31. JAN 1901 she was 63 years 6 months 17 days old.)
oo 31. JAN 1860 William Palmer WESSELHOEFT
+ Boston, County Suffolk, Massachusetts (USA)
31. JAN 1901
Cause of death: apoplexy (stroke) after cerebral arteriosclerosis
"Massachusetts, Deaths, 1841-1915," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N7NQ-CG9 : accessed 22 Mar 2013), Sarah F. Allen Wesselhoeft, 1901.
|HH Genealogy||Dr William Palmer Wesselhoeft|
According to my HASERICK Family History I have these data for
WESSELHOEFT, William Palmer
* Bath, Northampton County, Pennsylvania (USA) 18.10.1835
oo 31.01.1860 Sarah Fessenden ALLEN
+ York Harbor, York County, Maine (USA) 23.08.1909
But there is an conflicting obituary in the
Boston Post - Boston, Massachusetts - 25. Aug. 1909
Dr. William Palmer Wesselhoeft, prominent Boston physician who died last night YORK, Me., Aug. 24.
Dr. William P. Wesselhoeft, a prominent homeopathic physician of Boston, died at his summer home at York Harbor, at 8:30 o’clock tonight from intestinal trouble. He was born at Bath, Penn., Oct. 8, 1835.
|HH Genealogy||Alice Wesselhoeft Haserick|
I was thrilled to find this memorial for Alice Wesselhoeft Haserick, the (ex-)wife of my second cousin four times removed, Arthur Augustus.
Please see my family tree at
I had missed her death date / place and burial site up to now!
Death: Jun. 11, 1918
Forest Hills Cemetery and Crematory
Could you please specify your sources of this information for me so I can complete the record in our family database?
Thank you very much in advance for your support!
Findagrave has removed all the obits I added as a picture. I have typed the obit for Isabella and added it to the bio section. If you care to have a copy of the original, I can give it to you. It is a horrendous chore to have to go back and type everything I had added as a picture! But obits are important addition to a memorial!
|[View all messages...]|