|Lee Ashmore (#47026276)|
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|I live in Edina, MN and winter in San Diego, CA.|
I'm an amateur genealogist working on the following families:
Ashmore Eng> 1634 MD> 1800 GA> 1880 AL
Stratton Eng> 1630's NJ> PA> MI> IA> MS
Mulloy Ire> VA> MS
Reed ?> AL
Hopkins Eng> 1630'sRI> 1800NY> 1860IA.
!!!!!!! BRICK WALL BREAKING NEWS !!!!!!!
I finally found John Hopkins b @ 1800 NY as the father of William Henry Hopkins b 1838 Erie Co., NY. So the search continues for his mother. AND now I need the parents of John Hopkins! Does it ever end?
I'm looking for the parents of my William Henry Hopkins b1838 Springville, Erie Co., NY. He married in 1864 in Jackson Co., IA Catherine "Kate" Bryant Moore b1846 Schenectady, the adopted daughter of George & Adelia Jane (Horton) Moore of Luzerne, Warren Co., NY and later Nevada, Story Co., IA. William died 1911 in Odebolt, Sac Co., IA. Kate in 1924. This could be a RI Gov Stephen Hopkins 1707-1785, signer of the Declaration of Independence line. Any help greatly appreciated!!!
Haddox Eng> 1600's VA> OH> IA
I have posted hundreds of messages on these families at www.genforum.com
I would love any additional info you might have on them. Thanks, Lee
Many Thanks to Michael Hollander for posting all of the wonderful photos on my findagrave memorials.
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|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: J. A. Sill|
It is just a smaller marker for her. It is seen off and on in cemeteries
in New York State. Usually you will see the names and dates on an
obelisk and then a stone such as this little one or one with initials on
it and no dates. The smaller stone was the original marker and when
the larger detailed stone was installed, the original was removed. Why
this one was left, I do not know
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Elizabeth Sill|
They may be on opposite sides of the stone. There are only 2 stones
With the name Julia Sill on it in the cemetery. The stone was broken
And cemented back together where her name appears. The dates or
Years were below the break. Also, her age at death is given, which is
not a practice except on gravestones or cenotaphs if the person has
been interred elsewhere. The list shows she is in Washington St but
there is not another marker for her and all the Sills are together tho I
was everywhere in the cemetery
You are welcome,
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||More Sills|
Lee, You are very welcome! The Elizabeth Sill stone is also the
stone for Julia. Julia's name is on the lower portion. I just put
it on Elizabeth's memorial. I also added William Eaton, Julia Ann
Mary Eaton. I have a Susan H. Sill, d. March 2, 1835 aged 24
but there is no memorial to place it on
Thanks for the additional - we're all set now.
|Marie Bonafonte||George T Merritt|
Your request has been completed.
|Bob Collins||Hpkins in Green-Wood|
I'm uploading photos to the new Hopkins pages you created in December. I've also put in edits for Sue West Hopkins and her son Vincent West Hopkins, who died in 1913 at the age of 4. Susan West was the wife of Milton Hopkins; Vincent was their son.
|David Shipley||Dorcas Frost|
Sorry it took me so long, but I finally got Dorcas Frost connected to her son Benjamin Frost.
|gone_fishing - unless_you_email||Varnum Photo Requests fulfilled|
Check the Louise Bradford and Jonas Varnum memorials. We got lucky and had a great contributor do some super-duper winter photos. You might want to thank him.
Louise Livingston (Bradford) Varnum
Jonas Parker Varnum
Photographer: Joel Shore
|SLGMSD||Well, now I have egg on my face!|
My apologies - you sent the 11:06AM notice and ANOTHER CONTRIBUTOR sent the same information at 8:35AM! This appears to confirm the theory that great minds think alike!
My sincere and abject apologies.
Added by SLGMSD on Jan 25, 2014 7:06 PM
|SLGMSD||FYI - not good form to send same SAC twice in same day|
I would suggest you avoid sending the same SAC regarding the linking of parents two times in the same day. I received two requests from you to link a parent. The first was at 8:35AM and the second was at 11:06AM, both on the same day! Not good form!
What if I suggest a correction and the contributor doesn't respond?
Have patience. Many contributors receive hundreds of corrections every month and it may take a while for your correction to be processed. Also, not every Find A Grave contributor is active on a daily basis on the site. If you have suggested a correction and waited longer than thirty days for it to be processed....
Added by SLGMSD on Jan 25, 2014 7:04 PM
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