|RS Witwer||RE: Sarah (Barcroft) Venable|
Thanks very much. It's nice to see that the old information is available for future generations. Have a nice day. Rhonda
|Linda Lyons||Elizabeth Williamson|
|Lila J Hess||70647234|
A. STOUT 1707-1801 - My 6th Great Grand Aunt
ANNE MERRILL STOUT 1707-1801
Spouse: DAVID STOUT II 1695-1787
Father: WILLIAM MERRILL 1675-1724
Mother: GRACE STOUT 1680-1730
REBECCA STOUT 1726-1794 (Rev. Isaac Eaton 1726-1772)
NEHEMIAH STOUT 1728-1796 (Rachel Stout 1720-1830)
JOHN DAVID STOUT 1734-1826 (Catherine Barclay 1742-? )
NATHANIEL STOUT 1736-1798 (Charity Furman 1743-1762)
Thank you for your dedication
|Cindy Vaughan||RE: Samuel Middleton|
Thanks for the correction. Apparently, the photo was misleading. I made the correction and added the actual date of death as well.
|Betty Jean Wolverton-Dwyer/George||Mary and Charles Woolverton|
Marcoso - Thank you for taking time to enlighten myself on the grave locations and headstones.
BJ & Families
|Betty Jean Wolverton-Dwyer/George||Charles Woolverton|
Can you please post the headstone for Charles Woolverton for the request of Charles Wolverton.
They are one in the same the second "O" was dropped in the late 1800's. Thank you for your help with this request.
Thank you for your time and efforts.
Betty Jean &
George, Pendleton and Wolverton Families
ps you also reported, specifically:
If there is a marker for Charles Woolverton, it is memorial #63500665
|lisa||RE: Ann (Jaggard) Hurff|
Thank you, finally got back to make the corrections.
Appreciate your attentiveness to the details!
Added by lisa on Apr 23, 2013 10:48 AM
|edwin shaw||joseph hann|
thanks for the find a grave entry for my grgrgf. I will probably never get back to nj, so this is the only way I will ever see it.
|Janice Dean LeMaster||RE: unknown|
When I build memorials I just use what is on the tombstone. I don't even connect the two people sharing the stone unless it says mother and father or lists their marriage date, I instead list that they share a marker with the other.
I have had them turn out to be brother and sister, so I don't make assumptions on the status.
My best advice would be just put the name that is on the marker. If their maiden name is listed, fine, but if not, I'd not address it.
That responsibility falls on the researcher, in my opinion. thanks and I wish you continued success as a contributor. I find it is habit forming and a wonderful hobby that helps so many people. I know folks have been great to help me in my family tree.
|Janice Dean LeMaster||unknown|
Thank you so much for the memorials you have built. Could I ask you one favor.? If you could build the name without putting UNKNOWN as the maiden name...that would keep their memorial from appearing when those of us who truly want to find the unknowns and leave flowers would appear. Some of us are leaving flowers for veterans, unknowns, infants, those from long long ago. Thanks so much.
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