|Julie Sherwood (#47344789)|
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|I am an avid genealogist and thoroughly enjoy linking families through Find a Grave. My family research lines include Sherwood, Hayes, Adams, Eastman, Ricky, Elliot, Conarty, Walters, Brazill, Fullum, Welch, Traver, Combs, Skillman, Wright, and Jacoby. I am happy to make transfers of family members, and I am thrilled to care for the memorials of my family members as well. If I didn't have to work for a living, I could easily see myself doing this all the time! If I can help out with a photograph in or near Wichita, Kansas, just let me know.|
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|USCgirl||RE: Jessie Madoline Welch|
You're welcome. I added John S. Welch, Emma Welch and Earl Welch memorials at Valhalla. I believe John S. is Jessie's husband. I don't know if the other two are related, but wanted to bring to your attention.
Added by USCgirl on Nov 17, 2016 8:14 PM
|Lula Degase||RE: Albert W. Ellsworth|
Yes, Albert William Ellsworth was white. He was a brother to my great grandfather, Rufus Lovert Ellsworth. I would be very interested in trade information with you, as I don't think I may have all of Mary Cornelia and Albert's children. Newspaper account is wrong. Thank you. Lula
|Eldred Pickett||Rose Forker at Mount Hazel Cemetery(Detroit)|
Can you contact the City of Detroit to get a grave location? I haven't been able to find a stone for her yet, but many of the older stones are unreadable. The last number I knew for the responsible department was 313-224-1103. If they can give you a location, it may narrow down my search area...
|Donna Kuhlman||RE: Columbus Rouse (#90649457)|
Thanks for catching this, Julie. I've pulled the photo. A friend, a longtime member of the Mt. Olive congregation, has had a number of modest markers (about the size of a large brick) made up for otherwise unmarked graves at Mt. Olive. I believe this one is in error. We will need to retrieve it from the cemetery, in addition to pulling the photo. This Columbus Rouse had no marker, but his death was documented in the Emmons Funeral Home records, including the notation, "Died at Shelbyville." I don't see any evidence that there ever was any Columbus Rouse who died in 1857. Such errors are the risk one takes in erecting markers long after a death.
Columbus Rouse's father was John Rouse, who died in 1883. He's probably buried at Mt. Olive, but I have no good proof. Columbus' mother was Mary Eliza (Weaver) Rouse Edwards, who died in 1941. She also has no marked grave; probably at Bethel Baptist with her 2nd husband, Early Edwards.
|fantsy||RE: Rosa Beckwith|
You are very welcome.
Added by fantsy on Jun 28, 2015 9:14 AM
|GrammyJan||RE: Mary & Carrie Barnes|
Thanks for the info Julie. Do you know anything about Mary's parents? You indicated her maiden name was Bowers. Jan
|GrammyJan||Mary & Carrie Barnes|
You left me an edit on Mary Barnes #32336255 and Carrie Barnes #10992374 suggesting their maiden names. I am very happy to add them but before I do, may I ask how you know this information is correct? In my research I have been unable to identify their maiden names.
Thank you for catching my mistake in the second paragraph. He is my 2nd great grand uncle and I should have been more careful. Jan
|EDM||Fitzpatrick at Bunker Hill|
I noticed you are maintaining this family at Bunker Hill. I am trying to locate the burial of John Vorhees Fitzpatrick son of Philip and Sarah (Wilson). Would make sense for him to be there also. Any idea?
Added by EDM on Apr 18, 2015 9:46 AM
|Thomas Metcalf Jr||RE: Thank you!|
You are very welcome.
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