|Janice Peay (#47222780)|
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A good percentage of my memorials are directly, or distantly, related to my husband or myself. |
I will happily transfer memorials that are not direct ancestors, or if you are more closely related than I am!
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|DebraLee||RE: Marcia Caroline Breed|
Very happy I could help you out!
Added by DebraLee on Jul 15, 2015 4:16 AM
|Jeanette Getting||Kelley Family|
I created a memorial page for Nicholas Kelley's second wife Elizabeth Kelley. I will transfer it to you if you want it.
|Lori||RE: Benoni and Lucy Lane Johnson Smith|
Glad the photos were helpful. You can certainly use the photos on Ancestry. Thanks, Lori
Added by Lori on Jun 07, 2015 6:31 PM
|Don DeWitt||DeWitt corrections|
Thanks very much!
I have made corrections on Find A Grave and ancestry.com
|Phantom Plot Picster||RE: Phineas Bartlett|
More than happy to. Done. So glad you found him. -Mary
|Tom Denardo||mary ann heatherly 1851-1924|
Is this the wife of your jacob lewis Heatherly?
Record added: Apr 07, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 127594382
I saw that you created the memorial for Salley Handy at the Duncan Cemetery. However, upon visiting the Handy Cemetery, her stone was found in the front row inside the cast iron fence. I am a Historical Society employee and looked her up in the Brown County Cemeteries book published about 1977, and it does have Salley Handy in the Duncan Cemetery. I wasn't sure if you knew anything about this or not. Perhaps she was moved to be with her family after the Handy Cemetery began or perhaps her tombstone was vandalized and mistakenly placed in the Handy Cemetery due to her last name? I just figured I'd see if you knew anything.
Added by JCH1984 on May 08, 2015 8:30 AM
|4oaktree||Judge Abner Eddy descendant Thank you|
Just a note to say thank you- our line of the family is most grateful for the work you have done to share photos and information on Judge Abner Eddy. You are wonderful.
Added by 4oaktree on Apr 09, 2015 10:19 AM
|Robin||RE: Maryen Evert|
Maryen Evert was buried on December 11, 1908. I wonder if her name was Maryen or Mary N as Maryen sounds like a family name. Anyway I walked a good portion of Block 15 where we think she might be but I did not find a headstone. The office records only show burial name, the date of burial and plot location which in this case, Block 5, is wrong. No other names are listed. I will keep an eye out for her and who knows ...
Added by Robin on Feb 13, 2015 9:52 AM
When I was checking for locates for Sarah and Harry I also found a record for Maryen Evert. She was the 100th person buried at Crown Hill in 1908 and the only Evert listed prior to 1950. Her locate is supposedly in Block 5 but that isn't possible so I think she is probably in Block 15 in the baby section. There was just enough snow so I couldn't look for her this morning but will check back tomorrow.
Could she have been a daughter of Sarah and Harry?
Added by Robin on Feb 11, 2015 12:42 PM
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