|J Dailey Candelaria (#47463880)|
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My interested is the surnames of Dailey, Candelaria,Wells,Gidley,Gurule,Redhouse (Roodhuizen),Villa,Gardea,Carbaza,Copp,Morrill, Merrill,Lamkin,Kirpatrick,VanDerLee,Davis, Cato,|
Moulton,Melendez and Bareno family. I envision how simple life was back in the day. Also when researching old cemetery and reading grave headstones, the history and stories they do tell.
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|Doug Lewis||Mary E. Cook @ Crown Hill Cemetery|
All of your information agrees with mine except for the birthplace. Can you contact me to cross check our information? I show her being born in Ohio.
|Gwen and Bob||Permission to use photos|
I am working on my ancestry.com family tree, tracing Copps from Stanstead, Quebec, and I have come across your photos of Robert Harrison Dailey, Fredericka Dailey Bird, Stuart Jay Bird, and others on Find a Grave. May I please have permission to add these photos to my family tree, with attribution to you and Find a Grave? Thank you very much for your consideration. Gwen
|David Thompson||RE: Mary Jane Cato|
Sorry for the delay, but I was waiting for information on your Cato search from a local man who has researched much of the graveyard.
There's good and bad news.
There are TWO Cato's here!
Sarah Jane Cato & Thomas Cato.
There is no Mary Jane Cato, but we believe Sarah Jane Cato is Mary Jane (names were often transcribed incorrectly back then) as the age and date of burial are the same/very close.
Name: Sarah Jane Cato
Date (of burial): Feb 24, 1854
Age: 13 Years
Officiating: Reverend C. Thompson, Vicar.
Name: Thomas Cato
Date (of burial): March 23, 1869
Age: 14 Days
Officiating: Reverend C. Thompson, Vicar.
Sadly, it appears that both of these children were buried in what is known as the "old churchyard", which unfortunately has many missing headstones, and the grave records are located elsewhere and may not be complete (the church sends its old records to a central depository I believe, in another town) - so the graves cannot currently be located, sorry.
There are a few pictures of the church and churchyard on my flickr pages which i linked in the first message. I will be taking more soon, as it is one of my favourite places.
I do hope the above information is of use.
We could not see if there was a link between the two Cato's, though since Carville is part of Wallsend, it is likely that they could be from the same family - Cato is not a common name here.
Incidentally, I did know a Cato family who live(d) nearby, some 10-15 years ago, though I have since lost touch with them.
Please let me know if there's anything else I can do!
|David Thompson||re:Mary Jane Cato|
Hi. I live across the street from the Walker Churchyard where Mary Jane Cato is buried. I would be happy to try and locate her grave and photograph it if you still need this done.
Sadly the churchyard is in some disrepair, many graves no longer have headstones, and many more are no longer visible at all. The church itself is beautiful.
I have some photos of the church, and churchyard here:
|Tina||RE: Harry Gidley|
Added by Tina on Aug 18, 2014 8:55 PM
You are very welcome. I'm glad I could help you :) Thank you for your feedback!
Added by JBL on Aug 05, 2014 5:26 PM
|Tracy Crow||RE: Mauldin-Robertson Cemetery, Caldwell Co. TX|
It's on private property, way back in the back of their property on Old McMahan Road off of Highway 20. I know how to get there, but don't know that actual address.
|Graceti||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 80087221|
Yes, use my photos with the credit we previously discussed.
Added by Graceti on May 31, 2012 11:43 AM
|Sue Follansbee||RE: Memorial# 13270557|
You are welcome to use my picture of Abigail (Webster) Merrill. I was pleased to be able to find her grave fairly easily.
|Michelle Silvestri-Oetinger||RE: Paul Morrill|
That's Absolutely fine, Jennifer. Please do. I was very disappointed to see the condition of this cemetery. It is extremely small and very old. I don't think there were more than 15-20 graves.I believe this is one the town does not maintain and it appears to me that no one does. The grass was very tall and is was full of weeds.
Let me know if there is anything else I can do for you. Michelle
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