|Rebecca McCraw (#47318551)|
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I love family reseach, have for the last 10 years or so. My mom started with most and I'm continuing from where she left off.|
Family names of Coleman, Eddleman, Stanton, Sisson, Carroll, McCraw, & others.
I currently live in Abilene, Texas.
There's memorials that I have listed when I go to graves to get photo requests, I also get ones that don't have grave photos or not listed. I will transfer their memorial to you, if you want, as long as their not related to me.
I have a dog that goes ghouling (what my husband calls it) with me. I try very hard not to get him in the pic but every once in a while I do. If there is a pic with a part of him and if you don't like it please let me know and I will retake the pic. I try to edit him out and sometimes some part of him is still showing. Sorry, but he is my buddy that goes everywhere I go.
You may of course, use the photos I take. Just please add my name to credit my work.
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|AW Ballard||RE: Henry Tuttle|
You're quite welcome!
I also had looked in Elmwood cemetery, on Route 5 in Holyoke at one point, where some Tuttles are also buried; those dating to the mid to later 1800s, and I did not see his there, either.
I suspect the grave is unmarked, but within Forestdale. Massachusetts death records from before about 1880 did not usually state the actual cemetery or place the deceased was to be buried in. I suppose one could check with the cemetery to see if their files have a record, as I know with Forestdale their burials date back to about the 1850s, with those records being more or less complete.
The Tuttles were a large family, settled in whats today Holyoke and West Springfield before the Revolutionary War.
The Tuttle House, built c.1783 is on Route 5, north of the Easthampton Road intersection by about a mile and a half. It was a coaching in and general store back in the early 1800s. Its currently undergoing renovations and foundation repairs.
Please let me know if you have any other questions.
|Bobbie Scott||Memorial# 83904319|
Mary Cheairs Scott - Thank you for the transfer. I know I have been kind of messing around with the two memorials for same woman. She is my husband's 3x Grandmother. The "Nathaniels" in his ancestors are very confusing and I have had a time sorting thru all them (still not done).
Thanks for all you do...my searching has been helped soooo much by FindaGrave's contributors.
Thank you for allowing me to manage Riley Daniel and Sarah Plunkett.
|Dwaine Desselle||Just for your info|
163004262, Canada Mannie is buried in Section 6 Row 2 or 3 and the number on the back of the grave is 6317. When searching this section of Little Rock National Cemetery, the rows are numbered mostly up and down, not across. Example below
Section 6, row 1, grave 1, 2, 3, 4
Section 6, row 2, grave 5, 6, 7, 8
Section 6, row 3, grave 9, 10, 11
just a small sample of basically how the worked section 6.
Here are records showing relationship between Ada and Aphia (Alphea)(nee Kirby) Page. Notice also the names on marriage cert for confirmation. Also notice John H Page's father is named in 1910 census. All these have FindAGrave pages and could be linked together.
John H Page 33
Aphia Page 27
A F Kirby 61 (Mother-in-Law)
John H Page 43
Aphia Page 37
Jefferson G Page 74 (father of John H)
Ada F Kirby 76 (Mother-in-Law)
Name: Adrina F Manghan
Spouse: David R Kirby
Marriage Date: 15 Feb 1853
Added by Jose on Aug 09, 2016 9:32 AM
|Todd Plunkett||Riley Daniel Plunkett|
Rebecca, I was wondering if it would be possible for me to take over the management of Riley Daniel Plunkett (66889602) and Sarah E Jones Plunkett (66889603). I am currently researching my great grand father and his wife for a book I hope to write and it would be easier for me to add information. I have just added 4 previously unknown children to their family. thanks for your consideration. Todd Plunkett
|Rosalie ||George Kelley|
Thank you so much for these family photos.
Added by Rosalie on Aug 01, 2016 5:53 PM
|Patricia Farmer||Lillie Brock|
Thanks for letting me know of the mistake in the marriage date. I think I have corrected it.
|robin burgess||Isabella Pendleton of King and Queen, VA|
I forgot to mention that this was of one of the draws to the Carolina Colony because, they had a little more Religious and Tax Freedom from the Church of England, with less or no British soldiers for enforcements. Those allowed to practice other religions were still supposed to pay their taxes to the Church of England though.
|robin burgess||Isabella Pendleton of King and Queen, VA|
You list her death as occurring Nov. 6, 1724 in Granville, N. Carolina (I have Pendleton family from that era and place) but you list her burial in Caroline, K and Q Co., VA. I know you indicated that you were having a hard time finding the Baptist Cemetery of her marker. The First Baptist Church was in Shiloh, NC (not too far from Lower Norfolk and Princess Anne Counties, VA.) Today Shiloh is in Camden Co. N. Carolina. The church was created way before the Rev. War by a, William "Burges" (Burgess is sp many ways and is my husband's family). I'm related to PENDLETON'S in Camden, NC and Pasquotank, NC. The earliest record I have found for them in Pasquotank, NC is dated 1694 but, I know they owned the land prior to 1694 because John Pendleton's land was only listed as a reference point for someone else's deed in 1694 under Lord Perpriortship. (I have more info for that deed if interested.) I believe our Henry Pendleton born 1660 who died in Pasquotank, NC is of the same Henry Pendleton of Eng. as is the Virginia Pendleton branch. "PHILIP PENDLETON'S HALF SIBLINGS" Philips second and final trip to VA from Eng. was abt. 1674...anyway...it's just a thought. :)
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