Thank you so much for the transfer of Minerva Lucille (Look) Campbell's memorial. I have added information and links to help others research my family line. You made that possible!
Keep up the great Find A Grave work.
Ray A. Look
Added by RA Look on Jan 23, 2016 10:15 AM
|T Burt||Gilbert Gigstead|
I've transferred the memorial to you.
Added by T Burt on Oct 26, 2015 3:35 PM
|JL Bromley||Rufus Besse|
What an incredible job you have done with adding info to the FindaGrave site.
I am an off-and-on genealogy researcher, recently back in the game. Most frustrating are the confusing dates and ages of so many ancestors. I've just been in the Evergreen Cemetery in Wayne, Maine, snapping some photos. I have one of Rufus Besse's stone and am wondering about your description of his age. You say he was born in Oct 1845, died June 1865. The age on the stone is 19 yrs, and these dates you give indicate he was 19 when he died, but you state that he enlisted in a Maine regiment in 1863 at age 21. I'm confused! Could you please help.
I was unable to send a message to the Hotmail addess listed for you here at Find a Grave.
Thanks so much, Judith Bromley
|Mark Johnson||RE: Melba Ebeltoft Jameson|
You are welcome.
|Ellen Kirkpatrick-Amsden||Ellen Douglas Kean|
She married William Douglas March 1 1878 Huron Ontariio The had 6 children.
Sopia Rae Douglas Clark born 1879-1956, James Anderson Douglas 1882-1945
Francis Smart Douglas 1884-1957
Sarah Jane Douglas McGann Kramer 1887-1968
Mary Ellen Douglas Kinney 1889-1987
George Wood Douglas 1892-?
Then She Married Joseph Kean Feb 12 1907. He was a Civil War veteran that she met as a cook at the old soldiers home in Chicago IL. He married her so that she could get his pension from the war. They never lived together.
|Ellen Kirkpatrick-Amsden||Ellen Douglas kean|
ellen did die of pneumonia but she also had advanced Breast cancer at the time so could have been the flue or complications of the breast cancer. I am Ellen Kirkpatrick Amsden the daughter of Dorothy McGann Kirkpatrick. She was 5 years old and shared Ellens bed. At the time of her death Sarah Jane Douglas McGann, Francis W McGann and my mother were living with her due to Sarah separation from her husband that had enlisted in the WWI army serving in Siberia. No one else in their household got the 1918 flu. It was always told to me that it was the breast cancer. Since her daughter Sophia Ray, MY mother both died of complications of breast cancer and I am the only breast cancer survivor to date. If you have any questions contact me firstname.lastname@example.org
|T Burt||RE: Catherine McGrath McElgunn|
Your dedication to this project is awesome! Keep up the good work!!!
Added by T Burt on Feb 26, 2015 10:44 AM
|T Burt||Catherine McGrath McElgunn|
Check and see if it looks right now. I left the paragraph as you sent it. ~Terry
Added by T Burt on Feb 24, 2015 12:22 PM
|Bob & Sandi Hamilton||Agnes Lucilla Wilson Ragen|
I finished up dating Agnes's page now. So you can delete yours. Thanks for the information.
|Ark||RE: Raymond Redeker Jr.|
I do not. Have been looking but in that area it seems he and his wife left no tracks.
I still have a few more places to try.
Added by Ark on Jan 29, 2015 2:12 PM
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