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Susanna Parrish (#46929622)
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Todd Whitesides
John Gifford #124861108
Your memorial for him has him buried at Chittlehampton, but he was buried with his wife in Powerscourt Churchyard, Co. Wicklow.
Added by Todd Whitesides on Dec 02, 2016 11:34 PM
Joker Les
Arthur Mole Memorial
Hello Susanna,
My name is Les Guzik. I am 73 years old, retired and an army veteran. I have 29 memorials I am managing and I know it is a far cry from the work you have done. I would like to ask if you would be so kind as to transfer the memorial to me of Arthur S. Mole. I would like to manage it and I will also sponsor it. I hope this will meet with your approval. Sincerely, Les in Brunswick, Ohio
Added by Joker Les on Nov 28, 2016 10:09 AM
ROBERT BAKER
RE: John Larkin & Otho Holland
It's a mute point, but since the second church was not constructed until after the Civil War, I think you might have misunderstood the records you read in the Archives. I remember seeing those records and identified with the Red Brick Church. I first ran across some records in the Mormon Church Records that identified the burial sites of Otho and George Holland and John Larkin. As my daughter had moved into the area, I asked her to see if the church site was marked, thinking that there was no way it was still there. So something my wife and I found at the Mormon Church in Kalamazoo MI pointed the way to Birdsville. And the timing is certainly correct.

Thanks for you interest.

Bob Baker
Added by ROBERT BAKER on Nov 27, 2016 12:18 PM
ROBERT BAKER
RE: John Larkin & Otho Holland
If you look up All Hallows on the internet, it has the history of the 2 churches. The Birdville Church has history back into the middle 1600s. The other was opened sometime after the Civil War. And I remember a record showing their graves to be at the Red Brick Church and being there and discussing it with one of the priests. But, if any of those graves still exist, they are unreadable. Grandpa John Larkin's house just down the road south west of the church, is made of the same red bricks.

By the way, when my daughter was chief surgeon at Andrews AFB, she lived between Bowie and Davidsonville. On a large farm across the street lived an elderly man with extreme dementia, unable to see or talk with anyone. His name was Otho Holland. Boy, would I have liked to talk with that distant cousin.

Bob Baker
Added by ROBERT BAKER on Nov 23, 2016 10:46 AM
Joyce Busenbark
george jacklin kelly
Looking for the grave of george jacklin kelly born oct. 19, 1878 firth-kent, england. Last known residence new york city, Manhatten. ..was a preacher in the bowery mission church...1942..wife Laura kelly died 1948 manhatten, ny...if you need more info..let me know..and thanks jb
Added by Joyce Busenbark on Nov 23, 2016 8:13 AM
deanna french
RE: Vernon Co. FAG Photo Martin Curtis
Good morning, That would be marvelous, if you want too. I don't want to be demanding. I certainly appreciate the thought Do as you wish.I certainly appreciate tour willingness.

Deanna French
Added by deanna french on Nov 23, 2016 4:43 AM
ROBERT BAKER
John Larkin & Otho Holland
These two men, my grandfathers way back there, are not in the Davidsonville Cemetery, but in the Birdsville Cemetery. They both died before the Davidsonville Church was started, about the time of the Civil War. I have seen documents in the MD Archives that show John and Otho buried in the Cemetery off Red Brick Rd. I've been there and, of course, couldn't find any graves of that age. But I know they are there.

Would you please change them to the Birdsville All Hallows.

Thanks, Robert Baker (rbbaker@olypen.com)
Added by ROBERT BAKER on Nov 22, 2016 12:14 PM
Liz Burdick
RE: Hyde-La Crosse,WI # 124052465
Thanks so much for transferring the Hyde family in La Crosse. You do great work and we all appreciate it! Keep it up!
LizB in Colorado
Added by Liz Burdick on Nov 21, 2016 4:57 PM
Liz Burdick
Hyde-La Crosse,WI # 124052465
Good morning, I'm interested in either adopting or adding a good deal of information to Carolyn and Clarence Hyde's Grave site. Carolyn was my Gr Aunt.
Please let me know what works best for you. So pleased to see the family on Find a grave. Thanks.
LizB in Colorado
Added by Liz Burdick on Nov 14, 2016 8:01 AM
Lowell Mielke
Ellen Ladau Kinnear
Ellen Kinnear's grave is shown on the Find-a-Grave site, but does not list her husband, William Kinnear (1842 - 1897) as being buried with her in the Ontario Cemetery in Vernon County. I have been doing research on those interred in a rural cemetery in Spink County, S.D. The head stone lists "Will Kinnear" with no birth or death dates, but it does list him as a Civil War Veteran having served in Company D, 18th Regiment of the Wisconsin Infantry. Do you know if William Kinnear is buried with his wife in Wisconsin, and if not, is it possible that he is buried in Spink Co., S.D?

Lowell Mielke
Added by Lowell Mielke on Nov 08, 2016 5:53 PM
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