|Nancy Day (#47245593)|
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Loving the detective work that is genealogy. I have MS so the computer is my mode of travel. I'm thankful for the volunteers who do the walking and photographing for me, as I cannot walk.|
Cragun, Porter, South, Versteeg, Day and Peffer are some lines I'm researching.
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I did not attach the plaque but it is the gold metallic markers (2.5 inches by 3.5 inches) that an LDS Church commissioned in 1997 to be attached to the graves of early Mormon pioneers. They were sold to anyone who wanted to attach one to the grave of his or her ancestor, in commemoration of the pioneer sesquicentennial. Many early gravestones throughout Utah and other places have them. They cost $15.
Added by Redriver on Feb 22, 2015 1:04 PM
|Sac||RE: I see|
I looked at my records and I don't know what the A is for in Marcella's middle name. I will see if I can get in contact with her daughter Jane and see if she knows. I haven't heard from Jane in a while & my Christmas card came back with forwarding address expired. She had been living in Oregon,but she may have moved back to Northern Calif. after her husband died 2 years ago.
I checked in the book that I have written by Aubrey's father. & he doesn't list her middle name either.
The book was written in the early 1960's and is
"Biographical Genealogy of Descendants of John Porter of Windsor,Vermont
by M. Rich Porter."
Added by Sac on Feb 15, 2015 6:54 PM
|Sac||RE: Aubrey Porter|
Yes Aubrey & Marcella was my Aunt & Uncle.
Added by Sac on Feb 15, 2015 6:47 PM
|chevydelray55||Patricia Jane Stanley Scott McLean|
Thank-you so much for correcting this error. Handling her estate and many, many official death certificates and getting ready to bury her ashes in a beautiful local cemetery with a most exceptional memorial stone (will be uploaded within next six months) STILL....... did not allow me to catch this error. I will dare say at times the program seems to be very touchy. Were you personal friends with my aunt?
|jan costic ihrig||RE: TY|
Glad everything went smoothly in the technical world. Good luck in your genealogical search. Let me know if I can do anything more for you here in Anchorage.
|Dan Ryan||RE: Appreciate volunteers|
You are welcome Nancy, glad I could help.
Added by Dan Ryan on Dec 20, 2014 11:13 PM
|Penne Magnusson Cartright Hannum||RE: Lauritz Anderson|
What memorial numbers are we talking about?
|Penne Magnusson Cartright Hannum||RE: Sorry|
I looking over everything I think that he married Harriet 1st and has a headstone with her. She died and married Elverda and then he died before her. I don't think that there was a Hulda in there in his marriages. Sorry.
|Penne Magnusson Cartright Hannum||RE: Justeson|
Could you give me the memorial number and I will look to see what I have. Thanks.
|EV Hill||RE: William C Ellis|
Yes, there are two people named William C. Ellis buried at the Fort White Cemetery in Columbia County, Florida.
The one you mention (1930-1955) is the son of Basil Ellis who was the son of the other William C. Ellis (1866-1940) buried at the same cemetery. All three of them are in this same cemetery.
As for the name, I can only speak to William C. Ellis (1866-1940). I use "Catherwood." I sent you a longer private e-mail to you about why.
Thanks for drawing my attention to this, because I did not realize I had not uploaded the two photographs of headstones for the younger William C. Ellis (1930-1955). They should now be available.
Added by EV Hill on Nov 09, 2014 10:52 PM
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