|lapfann||RE: Austin LaDuke Smith|
No, I did not know Mr. Smith. It was just one of the pictures I took in the National Cemetery that day and uploaded to Find A Grave memorials. I believe I added the photo back in early summer of 2015.
Added by lapfann on Feb 03, 2016 3:43 PM
Hi, Are you a member of the Hall family or the Durkee family? Neva Mae Hall Durkee is my 2nd cousin. Thank you for all you have done on find a grave. Claudia Hall Walter.
I see that you mentioned John and Claudia Meador Hall....they are my great grandparents...my Grandmother was their last living child Vera Hall Richardson.
Any info on my family would be great!!
Sorry, I am no relation. I have just been taking photos of cemeteries for Find a Grave.
Added by James on Aug 12, 2015 1:04 PM
Hello Jones cousin
|Janet Foreman||Jim Foreman|
Hi busy My name is Janet L Foreman Jim was my uncle I am having trouble finding my Dads grave sight Ben Foreman. I was wondering if there is any info that you could give me to help.
Also I think it is a very nice job on this sight that you did for my Uncle Jim thank you very much.
|Patricia Stilwell Jones||RE: Rubel Cummings|
Just a follow-up. Don't know where my grandson got the name Rubel at. He doesn't either. He has brought me the stone and the name was Hiram Cummings. The stone clearly states that he was the son of Ely and Mary Cummings. Ely is buried in the Lower Cummimgs Cemetery. So far we have not located his mother Mary. Possibly you might know where she is buried?
In looking at the 1860 county plat map, I find that the land where the stone was found belonged to an
E. Cummings. Ely died in 1848 but his wife Mary, was still living so I am pretty sure this was their land, which raises the possibility that Ely might have been buried on the home place. With the floods that come fairly often there has been much land erosion along the banks and his grave may have fallen into the river.
I have entered Hiram into Find A Grave and listed him in the same cemetery as his father with a note stating where his stone was found. I also have a picture of his stone on the memorial.
Eventually, I would like to pit his stone in the cemetery by his father. What are your thoughts on this?
James Edward Shelton lived down the street from me but I didn't know him and I have no idea how or if he's related to John Ransom Shelton. Sorry.
Added by mks on Apr 30, 2015 8:35 PM
|Patricia Stilwell Jones||Cummings Gravestone Found|
Recently my grandson was walking along the riverbank south of Derby, Indiana and found a tombstone sticking out of the mud. This tombstone had the name Rubel(?) Cummings on it, with a death date of 1820, age 18 years.
I am wondering if you, by chance, would be able to give me any family connections to this boy. I would like to be able to return his tombstone to it's proper location, or perhaps if unable to determine where he might have been buried, perhaps to a cemetery where his parents or siblings are buried. Know there are at least three Cummings cemeteries in the Derby area. Can you help me or put me in touch with someone who might help me trace this boy? Thanks for your help. Pat
|Diane Decker||Joseph Fay Lane|
I have been looking for a Joseph Fay Lane.
He was married to Penny King (her father was Elmer King) Penny had 2 children by a previous marriage.
Joe and Penny had a boy and she was pregnant with their 2nd in 1971
Joe had a sister that lived in CO (not sure of the city) in 1970
They lived in Phoenix, AZ, Calif
Do you know if this would be the same Joe Lane
Thank you for you time
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