|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.
I John 1;1
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|M. S. Taylor||Delores Herrera|
I appreciate so much your efforts in trying to find the marker for Ms Herrera. Some just can't be found. Thank you again.
Thank you so much for the great headstone pic!!
Added by Will on Nov 03, 2015 9:50 AM
|John Ellis||RE: Isaac Fuller|
Here is the link to my blog on Maine Gen. Network.
There are three posts: "They Were Minutemen," "They Marched," and "Irregular Warfare," about the Revolutionary War service of Isaac Fuller and my other gggg grandfather, Freeman Ellis.
I hope you find these informative.
|John Ellis||Isaac Fuller|
I am another Fuller cousin. Isaac and Lydia were my four times great-grandparents. Several years ago I had their gravestones cleaned and reset on new footings. I didn't get over that way this summer, but I assume that there was a flag on the gravestone. I have info about Isaac's military service that I would be happy to share with you.
|Ricardi||Find A Grave Memorial# 41677763|
looking for information on ada tobin did the information on the find a grave website come from the cemetery or town hall. Can't find anything other that what is on the site
Thank You Dick
Added by Ricardi on Aug 11, 2015 4:33 PM
|Deborah Tripp Probert||RE: Issac Fuller|
Thanks so much for the correction... I was surprised & very pleased to find Isaac when simply wandering through the beautiful Lakeside cemetery @ Memorial time this May! (Their dau. Sally lies next to her parents.) Deb
Go ahead and use the photos. You don't need to give me credit, I'm not concerned about that! --Wendy
Added by Wendy on Jun 01, 2015 3:09 AM
|Wendy||Daileys at Newport Center|
I have just added photos to William and Inez Dailey's memorials on findagrave.
Added by Wendy on May 29, 2015 9:07 AM
|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:
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