|Bill Warner (#47073000)|
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I got involved in geneology a few years back. Thanks to volunteers before me, I was able to trace my roots back to the Mayflower.|
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|Paul Caissie||Dion Pictures|
Thank you so much for finding the headstone of
my great-great grandparents, Joseph Zépherin Dion & Sophronie (Breault) Dion.
|Robert Drexler||Marcus Lyman and Parents|
From the Drexler family of Pasadena, Maryland, thank you for honoring our photo request for Lyman, Philura, and their son Marcus Lyman Henry. What a surprise it was to open my email and see that you had uploaded the photos. After reading all the information you added to their profiles I have one additional request. Did you see Lyman Henrys parents listed on any of the documents you may have looked at? I am currently researching his position in my wife's family tree. As fate would have it, his correct parents names have come in question. His parents could be Francis and Charity Henry or John Lyman and Amy Henry. If this information is available could you please let me know. Thanks, Robert firstname.lastname@example.org
|Judy Zetts||RE: Mary|
Have you or your wife had much success with Whisler research? I stumbled across info in Chester county. There were poor children records. Not only did Mary and Jacob Whisler have 2 sons, William F. and Thomas. I also found 2 daughters: Hannah dob 1823 and Eliza dob 1826.
To date, I have no idea what happened to them, if they married, etc
On Mary Whislers headstone, it says she was the wife of Thomas Thomas.....who was he, and what happened to him? Just curious....
|Judy Zetts||Mary "T Detweiler" Whisler|
Hi, I have a question regarding Mary Whisler. Where does the T come from and the name Detweiler? This is my 2nd great grandmother and I have no information regarding a T or Detweiler for her. Also, her other son William Whisler and his wife Hannah Mary (Kirkner) Whisler are also buried right next to her.
Thanks for the transfer Bill!
Added by RCutter on Sep 22, 2013 2:22 PM
|Dennis Joslin||Joslin cem.|
From Dennis Joslin :)
|Dennis Joslin||Joslin cem.|
I want to thank you for making the Joslin cem. public!! My family had no way of knowing there was such a place in Conneaut!! We are very greatful thanks again Bill.
Mr. Dennis Joslin
|Lewis Clark||RE: John Curtis 1710 to 1800|
Good Morning Bill,
Thank you kindly for your message. I do understand what you have explained about the rules and I hope the creator of the earlier site for subject memorial will get back to me sometime. In her case I was particularly puzzled, because it is the only memorial she created in this state and she has none other with a Curtis connection. It is really a fluke and I hope she will transfer it without too much fuss. Time will tell.
On my father's side recently I have found numerous additional generations and the memorial creators have been very helpful. F-A-G is a great resource and, of course, provides an interesting hobby. My main gap now is in Rockland & Thomaston, ME, the area of my paternal grandmother. I will have to travel there soon to poke around a bit more. Last July I lost most of my eyesight, due to an auto-immune disorder, which makes communicating harder.
|Lewis Clark||John Curtis 1710 to 1800|
I have consolidated the records you transferred to me, eliminating most of the duplication. However, there remains the subject memorial for which an earlier version (memorial no. 45491891) exists created by Cindy Allen Bertino on 12/16/2009. This is strange, because it is the only Curtis in her vast records and appears to be the only one in MA. The sole link to Hulda Curtis Shattuck (unknown to us) was added in January 2013 by another contributor, who has been giving me a hard time. The photos on the memorial were added by you, prior to my beginning to use Find-A-Grave as a resource. If I could get this memorial in my name (I sent a message to the creator without reply thus far), this would make a full 8 generations documented in my Mother's Curtis line. Only 3 remain to be found, which would take me to the first Curtis who arrived in 1635. Any idea why Cindy has possession of this memorial?
|Lewis Clark||Curtis Memorials|
Thank you very much for your help and understanding. It is most appreciated. Since you seem to know your way around the web site very well, I may have to ask you a question or two as I consolidate the memorials.
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