|Brian McCullough (#47077582)|
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Living in warmer South Carolina, many miles from my ancestral environs in New England. The memorials I maintain are family members gleaned during the extensive genealogical research I began in 1970.|
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Wondering if this Luther Gaylord #38742342 is the son of William Gaylord and Sarah Riley and brother to Eli and William who fought in the America Revolutionary War? They are both in my grandfathers family tree, distant but none the less there. Am always excite to find anyone who has fought in the Revolution.
|pkarchs||Charles Palmer Huntington, II (1832-1890) | Forest Home Cemetery; Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI|
Thanks for the citation which indeed I placed on his memorial some years ago. See Find A Grave Memorial # 63036114. Not only does the cemetery deny he and 2nd wife were ever there, but the cemetery has several devoted F A G volunteers who have done back-flips to corroborate. So I suspect finding the 2nd wife is tantamount to finding him, and this would not be the first family member to not be where published. By the way, his son, Frank Burdo Huntington (1867-1963) was a First VP of the Huntington Family Association so you'd think he'd make his father "findable!"
Philip in NYC
Added by pkarchs on Aug 31, 2016 6:16 AM
|Sharlotte Neely Donnelly||Thanks!|
Thanks so much for the photo of Jim Tolar's grave.
|Betsy Starnes||Francis Allen Edens|
|Blaine Barham||RE: Blackman|
Thank you for the offer to transfer.
This is greatly appreciated.
I think we may be distant relatives.
Do you have any infomation on the children of Samuel Blackman 75584425 and Mary Sergeant 75878055.
|Bernadelle Toser||Campbell family of Huntingdon|
In the 1850 census of Huntingdon Co, this family was credited with a daughter Rachel. Later, I know someone corrected it to "Richard" and then followed him. I am looking for Rachel, also b. in 1842.
|Tony-Jeff||RE: Ruben Norton # 15783051|
the burial certificate is located in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery archives.In Sebastopol, CA.
There is no one there that will copy the record for you. I am unable to do it, but you are free to go retrieve them. They are filed by burial date.
|ScottHistory||RE: Austin Family Cemetery|
I did enjoy seeing the artistry in your photographs
|ScottHistory||Austin Family Cemetery|
After reading your description of the Austin Family Cemetery and photographing it recently, I noticed you said there were no more than half a dozen graves, but you may have been mistaken. There are only three graves and three footstones for each headstone (John, Deborah & Hannah). Didn't want anyone thinking that there were three graves undocumented or unrecorded here. Thanks!
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