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We have been working on our family geneologies for many years and recognized that many leads can be gleaned from tombstones and cemetery records. When a friend informed us of Find-a-Grave we were thrilled. It is so difficult doing research from afar. The volunteers have been so helpfull to us. We love being able to volunteer our time to help others find and memorialize their family members. |
Some of the family names we are researching are, Ausman, Burgess, Craig, Dodson, Farrow, Iaricci, Lincoln, Mitchell, Murray, Ramaglia, and Zito.
Joseph and Connie
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|Doreene Durant||RE: Tabitha and Levin W. Cropper|
I was wondering if you had come across anything about Tabitha Jane Owsley Cropper, most likely buried near Colorado Springs; when you last communicated, you mentioned something about library records. Could you give me the name of that library and, if possible, the web site? I now know Levin W. Cropper's burial place but I'm still trying to find a burial place for Tabitha.
In case it's necessary, my email address has not changed. It is DoreeneDurant@netscape.com
Thanks for anything you can tell me!
|Dana Meeks||RE: Hiram Warnick|
There is a way to add photos to the memorials. Just use the add photo button and select your photo. The photos from the cemetery link I sent you are "From another website and cannot be added to Find A Grave because "they are from another website." But you can add photos of the people, which I hope you will, because there are some of us who have never seen their relatives. Let me know if you need help doing any of that.
I deleted my memorial when I sent you the first email, however there is another one that is from someone else. Maybe you can convince them to delete theirs and let yours stand.
|Ron Spurr||RE: Photos|
I will check the cemetery indexes I have for Lambton County and ask the Canada Cemetery Project person as well. I only contribute to that project on a voluntary basis and am not officially affiliated with them. There are other Mannen names in Beaver Creek Cemetery and I will check with them first. Because there is still snow on the ground in part of the cemetery, some gravestones are partially or totally covered by snow and there is no index available for it so it's a matter of walking around. The snow cover doesn't help but it is not that large so it isn't a difficulty to do the searching. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org rather than leave a message with Find_A_Grave if you wish. Let me check the other Mannen gravestones I photographed. Some are very worn by the weather and hard to read but I'll see what I can find.
I saw you note about the Peerless Cemetery. I had the information about the burial from notes that my grandmother left behind. She died in 1973 when I was a child and her notes were passed to me a few years ago. From what she'd written I wasn't sure if she'd been there or had just written down the information from another source.
I don't live in Lawrence County but I tried to look up the Peerless Cemetery with the intention of going there to take some pictures, however I couldn't find the cemetery on any maps. I searched the aerial photos of the area pretty thoroughly but found nothing. With your information it makes sense that it wouldn't have shown up from the air.
I suppose the next step would be to try to get in touch with a county historian if I can find one. I don't think it would be a long drive but since it's on private property I wouldn't want to just wander the countryside hoping I'd see it.
I have a Robert Wilson Mitchell in my tree 1786-1845. Could that be the same person you descend from? My line is from his brother, Isaac Mitchell, who is Jacob's father.
Let me know if you would like to trade information. I appreciate the clues to locating the cemetery. I believe my grandmother grew up in a house on Trowbridge Road so perhaps I can use the road to help to find a Trowbridge farm.
Added by Beth on Jan 22, 2015 3:43 PM
|GraveTracker||RE: Poole family|
You are very welcome, there was also a "Genevieve Poole" next to Sadie's and her husbands, so I photographed it as well and created a memorial on findagrave for her as well, but I am not sure how she fits, maybe a child. :) GT
|David Fleming||RE: Blood line|
Claude Lewis Blood married Mildred Hazel "Hazel" Blood, they were first cousins once removed and her parents were Elsworth Lincoln Blood (1867-1912) and Anna Peters (1866-1932) and they are buried in Two Harbors, Lake County, MN.
|David Fleming||RE: Claude Blood|
He married twice after Hazel died. He married Ruby H. Stacey (1885-1965) at Pasadena CA about 1960 and then married Olive Julia Fuller (1889-1980) on 20 JAN 1967 at Los Angeles CA.
Claude Lewis Blood and I are 2nd cousins 3 times removed. Our common ancestor is Nathan Phelps BLOOD (1778-1850).
|Har37x||RE: Sturm Family photos|
There are three cemeteries on the same property. Mount olivet, pleasant view and south pleasant view. The mausoleum has always been part of pleasant view cemetery. Records also include it as pleasant view cemetery. I suggested that the memorials be moved to PV cemetery. You can contact member kroberts she has done an excellent job with matching records and Find A Grave memorials. I have taking photos and helping her in making Find A Grave entries accurate. Note thr mausoleum is open on holidays only.
Added by Har37x on Jan 12, 2015 8:10 PM
|Har37x||RE: Sturm Family photos|
The mausoleum in pleasantview. It Is not spv cemetery. You are welcome
Added by Har37x on Jan 09, 2015 8:34 AM
|Ann Gardner||RE: Cyrus|
Yes, I can help with this. ------ Frances A. Myers or Meyers married Isaac Homer Eaton in Fulton County, Illinois 11 Oct 1863. (Illinois marriage index) After Isaac H. Eaton died (before 1870) in Franklin County, Kansas, Frances Eaton married Isaac's brother, David S. Eaton 24 July 1870 in Franklin County, Kansas. (Franklin County, Kansas marriage index) Frances & David S. Eaton are listed together in the 1880 Franklin County, Kansas census with a number of children. The oldest was born in Illinois and next two oldest were born in Minnesota, with all the younger ones, born after 1870, listed as born in Kansas. ------------ Also the Washington Death Index lists the father of Cyrus Eaton as Isaac Eaton.--------------- Some Eaton information has been posted on Findagrave.com in Franklin County, Kansas. I have been researching Civil War soldiers, mostly from Kansas. At least five of the Eaton brothers served during the Civil War, but there are still some "brick walls.”
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