|Nancy (Hitchcock) Clewell (#47250521)|
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Please help me process your edit requests by sending me a personal email to alert me that you have sent through a correction if you see that it has been a few days and the changes did not take place. With the new system there are no notices sent to the contributors that there are edits waiting to take place and we usually have to randomly stumble across them, or check daily.|
I am an amateur "genie" researching many family lines in both my husband's and my own family.
During the summer of 2010, we re-traced the path of the wagon trains that brought our families out to Kansas, which took us through MO-IL-OH-PA. During our trip we not only visited the Historical Societies, but also many cemeteries where we cleaned or uncovered headstones, took photos, and documented the information for not only our records, but for future generations.
HEADSTONE PHOTOS: My husband and I have spent considerable time, and in some instances driving great distances, battling weeds, heat, rain, bugs and critters to take these photos. Saying that...please feel free to use any photo for your family records. Please be respectful and do not re-post to any other memorials on FAG or any other public grave website. Should you find any questionable information, please do not hesitate to contact me.
This summer 2014 we are working on Lincoln Cemetery in Lebo, Kansas and Arvonia Cemetery in Arvonia, Kansas.
My husband's family lines are: Clewell, Cryder, Clester, Brink, Donley, Dixon, Derrick, Downs, Reid, Louthan
My family lines: Hitchcock, Higgins, Homire, Heskett, Van Buskirk, Meek, Robinson
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|Joyce Nance-Woodcock||Dorothy Helms|
Nancy, Thank you for your correction suggestion about the duplicate; but if you'll look at the burial location, these are two separate people, one buried in Everlasting Life and the other Christus. Hope this clears it up.
|Stephen Decker||RE: Boykin memorial|
You are welcome. I am just starting to add pics and gravesights I have taken over the summer.
|Gary Roberts||Lavina Fincher|
I wanted to let you know that I added 2 photo's of Lavina's tombstone buried in the Union Cemetery, Catawissa, Columbia Co., Pa. Gary
|yentnawildrose||RE: Clester memorials in Alaska|
I was happy to transfer the memorials to you. When I received edits for them from someone else I tried to research the Clesters...couldn't find much. But I did find the record of their homestead. I didn't make the SAC edits you sent...my internet connection is too slow and in and out! You mentioned that Hal died in Wasilla rather than Palmer. I don't know how familiar you are with the area, but if he died at his homestead (Big Lake...not on the drop down list so have to leave it at Borough level) or at the hospital (Palmer) he didn't die in Wasilla.
|Deena Mault||Sam Clester photo|
Maintained by: Nancy (Hitchcock) Clewel...
Originally Created by: Edd Marks
Record added: Feb 15, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 17940647
I don't know how to edit/or delete my previous post.
This note is regarding a photo identified as Samuel "Sam" Clester whose date of birth is Dec. 29, 1843.
I believe the photo associated with this memorial is actually William Clester 1816 - 1904 (the father of Samuel Clester)
I don't know how to post a picture here but I have a photo on my Ancestry page (DeenaMault44 on the Fields Milo Family Tree). The photo is attached to William Clester born 1816 This photo was sent to me many years ago by Clester family researcher Iona Clester.
Any thoughts about this?
|Deena Mault||Sam Clester photo|
I believe that this is a photo of William Clester, father of Sam Clester.
|Guybird||RE: Hattie (Allen) Munn|
Yeah I've seen where you've done all of Hopetown Cemetary but didn't realize you were related. How so? I'm Chris Diehl, Son of Lisa Munn Diehl, grandson of James & Nancy Munn. I just really started heavily into genealogy this year. John & Hattie would've been my GG grandparents. Grandma has a lot of good stuff at her house (pictures, letters, deeds, etc) that I have been scanning.
When researching in Ancestory I went by your family notes originally, but eventually found family obituaries and letters stating that Harriet Louise Allen was daughter of Francis/Franklin M Allen 1832-1896 and Lydia M Wolford 1836-? This comes from her husband John's letters and the obituary he wrote for her when she died. This lines up well with what I've found on Ancestory but not much shows up about Lydia though.
If you want to, reply to email@example.com so I can send you links to my dropbox files with scans and whatnot.
Added by Guybird on Nov 08, 2015 5:17 PM
Harvey and Caroline are buried in the Ross Cemetery in Coke County. Thought you might want to add that info.
The cemetery land was set aside by Harvey's son-in-law Robert B. Ross, Jr.
Nice to meet another cousin.
Added by Sandra on Oct 29, 2015 2:13 PM
|Janet||93832472 Dollie I Zahnter|
Thank you Nancy for linking Dollie to her parents. I appreciate it!
Added by Janet on Oct 20, 2015 4:07 AM
|Liz ||John Comstock|
Are you sure he's buried in Lakeview Cemetery ?
The on line record only lists 1 John B Comstock and I have added his photo. Please check with the cemetery office to confirm. They don't like Find A Grave so I don't like to ask them too much.
Added by Liz on Sep 30, 2015 5:18 AM
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