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|Carl Jacquier||Thomas E "Tommy" Jordan|
I have become interested in researching this family. I am Tommy's 2nd cousin through his mother. I'm curious if you know who has access to his photo album. I am very interested in looking at it.
|Beverly Quigg Kirk||Ellen & Alex Loggie|
First Burnt Church Cemetery, Northumberland Co, NB
I found the data in the New Brunswick Genealogical Society magazine 'Generations' Fall 2000. However, you should know better, so I've updated Ellen's name.
|Ima BC Graver||Annie May McLean Callbeck-#80126495|
This branch of the family appears to have used the McLean spelling. See her son Dr. Gordon Callbeck's marker photo:
...and Charles and Annie's marriage certificate:
http://search-collections.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/Genealogy/DisplayGenealogyImage?k=71022084-974c-46ff-bb9c-846605f22f92 (her signature at the bottom).
I'm happy to hear from you. I usually make updates fairly quickly.
Michael Harris did a partial indexing of Greenwood back in 2007 for the California Tombstone Transcription project. He had to have seen something with her name on it. I have photographed the majority of them but haven't found this one.
I can tell you I've been told by the cemetery office that other people aren't buried there and then when I've photographed entire sections i have found that person.
According to her obituary she was cremated and it doesn't list the cemetery. Apparently her brother is buried at Glenn Abby, I'm asking a friend to double check to make sure Mary isn't there as well.
|C. LATTA ||WOODS|
HAVE YOU SEEN THESE?????
Added by C. LATTA on Nov 26, 2014 4:37 PM
Hi, I have transfered her to your care. I am the one that remapped the entire Lot Cemetery after original was created sixty years ago and then handwritten on from there. I have prodded the ground for headstones for those that was on the original map and found many headstones. So I am saying that there is not a headstone for her toherwise I would have located it. I will get the exact grave number. Other wise the ground keepers are excellent at placing headstone where they belong. I think it is awesome that you are having one created for her. I am excited to see what hers will be like. I looked at his and I think you are doing an awesome service to the family. I also have done this for some family members as well as having a leaf on the living tree at the cemetery office. Everybody deserves to be remembered in some way. Blessings Jo
Added by Josway on Oct 03, 2014 3:59 PM
|C. LATTA ||LATTA BRANCH #12|
FRAME & EDITH ROGERS WOODS WERE MY 4TH GREAT-GRANDPARENTS.
MY LINE IS THROUGH WILLIAM & MARY PAMELIA WOODS LATTA.
Added by C. LATTA on Sep 08, 2014 6:26 PM
|Robert Parrott||re Joseph Woods (1723-1775)|
Hello, I'm Robert E. Parrott, Knoxville, TN. I'm a 4th g-grandson of Joseph Woods (1723-1775), through his youngest son Thomas Woods (1758-1833) and Thomas' son Joseph and Joseph's son James Andrew. I've been working on the Woods family for many years. My book will be published within a few months, I hope. It is entitled "On the Road to Canaan: The Story of Thomas Woods (1758-1833) and Lorena Byers Woods And Their Family." I was fortunate to inherit some early Woods memorabilia kept by my grandmother, Alda Woods Parrott (1846-1927). I would be glad to hear from other descendants of Joseph/Thomas Woods. Best wishes, Bob Parrott.
|Jeanette Moster||Laura McClanahan Pitzer|
Obituary published in The Washington Post Wednesday May 12, 1915 "Mrs. Pitzer Dead in Salem.
Word was received in Washington last night of the death in Salem, Val, of Mrs. Laura Pitzer, wife of the Rev. Alexander Pitzer, who organized the Central Presbyterian Church in 1868 and served as its pastor until 1906. Mrs. Pitzer had been in ill health for about a year. Funeral services, which will be held in Salem tomorrow, will be attended by the Rev. James H. Taylor, present pastor of Central Presbyterian Church, R. P. Clarke, an elder of the church, and other friends from Washington. Mrs. Pitzer is survived by her husband, now in his eightieth year, a brother, Mr. McClanahan, of Roanoke, Va., and a sister, Mrs. White, of Raleigh, N.C."
This obituary doesn't give an exact date of death but from the publish date I estimate her date of death as 10 May 1915 and from the clue in the obituary her burial date would have been 13 May 1915. The 1900 U.S. federal census places her birth to be Sept. 1841.
Marilyn Jeanette Moster
|Jeanette Moster||Alexander White Pitzer|
Obituary published in The Washington Post in 1927
"The Rev. James H. Taylor preached the sermon at the memorial services held yesterday in the Central Presbyterian Church for the Rev. Alexander W. Pitzer, pastor emeritus of the church who died July 22 at his home in Salem, Va. Dr. Taylor outlined the work of Dr. Pitzer in this city. In May, 1888, he organized the Central Presbyterian Church, of which he remained pastor until 1906, when Dr. Taylor became pastor. The building at Fifteenth and Irving streets northwest was erected in 1914, the congregation previously worshiping at Third and I streets northwest. Dr. Pitzer preached the dedication sermon."
Marilyn Jeanette Moster
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