|Craig Handy (#47340193)|
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I'm so glad they created this website for our loved ones. I think it is a great place to visit your relatives and leave flowers for them. I recently started looking to find my ancestors of where I came from. I am addicted to genealogy now. If you need a correction done on a memorial please click the edit button and give me the new information or correction you are suggesting. Please follow the find a grave guidelines.|
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|BrideyLight||Samuel Handy ---> Wonder no more!|
Hi Craig! Thank you for the transfers, this will make my research findings and posting to Samuel and Jane's memorials much easier. I had a call from Greenwood Cemetery's administrator this morning and guess what? Samuel is there beside Jane! Also found: Annie Elizabeth (maiden name Handy) Parton (Annie was the daughter of Albert Galiton/Gallatin Handy -- Albert G. was the son of Sam and Jane -- Annie was therefore the granddaughter of Samuel and Jane); John A. Parton, Sr. (husband of Annie); and Thomas Henry Parton, Sr. (brother of John A. Parton, Sr.). I'm going to place another call to discover whether other Handy individuals might be interred in Row 16-A with Samuel and Jane. All of the above grave locations are in Greenwood Cemetery's First Addition section (several rows apart though), and I will be sending edits to update their memorials accordingly. Just in case you haven't discovered it yet, on your member page and directly under your member name is your Edits tab, which will allow you to process any edits sent to you by other Find A Grave members (I sent you a couple prior to your transferring Samuel and Jane and I will take care of those from my end). I'm hot on the trail of your peeps! Kind regards, Bridey
|Dave Davenport||RE: BYRON LANHAM 1909-1954|
CAN YOU SCAN AND E-MAIL IT TO ME. I CAN THEN TAKE IT TO THE CEMETERY AND THEY CAN CHECK THEIR RECORDS AGAIN.
|Dave Davenport||BYRON LANHAM 1909-1954|
I CALLED GLENDALE MEMORIAL PARK AND RESTHAVEN( NEXT DOOR) NEITHER CEMETERY HAS A RECORD FOR HIM BEING BURIED THERE.
|Dave Davenport||RE: Byron Lanham|
TWO-GUN SAID HE GOT THE PLOT AND LOCATION. DID HE TELL YOU WHAT IT WAS? THAT NEEDS TO BE ADDED TO THE PAGE SO IT MAKES IT EASIER FOR US TO LOCATE THE GRAVE SITE.
|Dave Davenport||RE: Byron Lanham|
I AM TRYING TO GET THE OPEN REQUESTS IN THE PHOENIX AREA DONE. I WOULD BE HAPPY TO TAKE OVER YOUR REQUEST IF YOU DON'T THINK YOU ARE GOING TO HEAR ANYMORE FROM THE OTHER PERSON.
|K McCarthy||Ebenezer Sayre|
Joyce has done some tremendous work in the county.
|K McCarthy||Ebenezer Sayre listing of will on internet|
I saw this while searching for Reeders in Oneida County, Vincent Reeder was a witness so this was in search. I am not sure if I am connected to Vincent Reeder. I checked to see Ebenizer was listed on Find A Grave and saw your note with flowers. I am not family, but wanted to share what I found that may be of some additions to your research.
Sayre, Ebenezer of Elmira. Died Aug. 20, 1840. Buried Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads. Rev. War Soldier/Will dates Apr. 15, 1840 Apr. 29, 1841/ sons Hector Sayre, Bezalael Sayre, James Sayre; daughters Elizabeth Maxwell, Zerviah Sayre Hector Sayre, James Sayre /Witnesses Stoddard Conklin, Vincent Reeder, Jonas Sayre
|RhondaPattonWathen & children||Burial Unknowns|
Was searching for Troutman family and ran across your memorials. Final disposition is to be found within 30 days of making a memorial - i.e. cannot leave them as a "burial unknown" even though that is an option. We are to find if they are cremated, buried where or donated to science. Thank you for your contributions to Findagrave.
|Chuck Metcalfe||RE: Myers|
You are very welcome, happy to be of some assistance.
|Alan Munday||Severy Cemetery|
Hello Craig. I visited the Severy Cemetery about two weeks ago.6-6-2014. If you have not been there, it sits on the north side of the old highway, about on the NW side of Severy. It is now known as the Greenwood Co. cemetery. The old stones are very weathered and hard to read. That part of Kansas is somewhat wet and humid, and the lesser quality stone has not lasted. Because of this, I was not able to find the Munday markers, but later that day I located a 90 year old relative that still lives near Severy, and he told me where to look. The Munday's are buried along the east edge of the cemetery. Something interesting was that the pictures in this website look as though the long tall markers might be five or six feet tall. They are about 2-3 ft. tall and about 6-8 inches square at the base.I was not able to find any of the children's graves, due to the condition of the markers.
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