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|Nancy ||Kings Cemetery|
I noticed you added a photo for Kings Cem. in Powell, Knox Co TN. I have come across a death cert stating someone was buried in Kings. I wondered if you noticed how many graves might be there. I was going to add this person. If you have any marker pictures could you let me know. Thanks.
Added by Nancy on Feb 21, 2016 4:59 PM
|B Long||King Cemetery, Powell, Knox Co., TN|
Hi, I just wondered if you could tell me the location of the King Cemetery, Powell, Knox County, Tennessee? You have a photo posted on it's Find A Grave listing and I cannot find the location of the cemetery. There are two burials listed in the cemetery, Jessie O. Strader #80327662 and Mary J. (Harrell) Strader #80327993.
I would appreciate any help you could give.
Added by B Long on Feb 04, 2016 12:05 PM
|Wayne Apgar||Ira Apger|
I am helping a cuz descendent of Ira Apgar named John Ahrens do you know his parents name my email is email@example.com
|Ron B. Thomson||Wilkins family|
I am an offspring of the Wilkins family, tied into the Fosters and Jubenvilles, and would like to make contact. I have a 44-page genealogy of the descendants of Thomas G. Wilkins, b. 1814 in its many branches.
I would like to share family information with you. Contact me at Thomson@chass.utoronto.ca
Ron B. Thomson
Is this Oscar Henrikson husband to Teresa Fahy?
Father to Leonard, Leo and Matthew?
Added by KPS on Jun 12, 2015 5:03 PM
|Josie||** half-sibling notation|
Does anyone know why the **half-sibling notation shows up on some records? It is incorrect in most of the Foster and Apger Find A Grave records.
Please reply to my email of record in my profile.
Added by Josie on Apr 26, 2015 1:52 PM
|Josie||Chas. Apger 83443670|
Have since found that Chas. Apger died at the Wm. J. Seymour Hospital, Eloise, Wayne Co., MI. This was a county hospital which may have been called Wayne County General Hospital at the time. He is buried in the hospital cemetery. This means he has a simple stone marker with a number on it, if that.
My niece lives near this cemetery. It is not well kept and trying to trace a record number to a name is somewhat futile now since the hospital closed years ago. If you can add this info to your record just say burial in Eloise Cemetery, Wayne Co., MI, on 29 May 1937.
Added by Josie on Apr 26, 2015 1:45 PM
Thank you for uploading the burial data for my 3rd great grandparents. I descend from their daughter Elizabeth Foster, who married Ira Apger of Detroit, MI. Where are you in the family tree? Elizabeth is in Find A Grave if you want to link her.
Added by Josie on Apr 25, 2015 8:33 PM
|Jan||Ralph & Dorothy Newby|
Could I get you to remove the graveyard photos you have added to the Find a Grave memorials for Ralph and Dorothy Newby? It turns out they were buried in an older cemetery that no longer exists and I have already moved them to the older one. The man who researched this has posted a map to show where the correct cemetery was and the map agrees with the written accounts.
Ralph Memorial # 92913575
Dorothy Memorial # 92913947
Thanks so much!
Added by Jan on Jan 04, 2015 11:53 PM
|Margaret C Cowles||2 Fairview Cemeteries - the same?!|
Got so excited I click too soon!
I'm pretty sure that these are the exact same cemetery.
"Wheatley, Chatham-Kent Municipality, ON with 38 memorials AND
"515 Erie St. South, Chatham-Kent Municipality (Essex co) ON with 12 memorials. It has a note posted that it's "historical Mersea Twp.".
On Star shows only one = listed as in Leamington, ON at the Erie St. address - none listed in Wheatley.
Please help F.A.G. put them together if this is true. AND yes I know there's another Fairview listed as "Con 3 Lot 11, S. Gosfield Twp Ruthven, Essex co, ON but the cemetery photo proves that is a different one than the two above.
PLEASE HELP THESE FOLK NEED TO KNOW WHERE THE GRAVES ARE.
P.S. Your photo of the 38 graver one shows wooden crosses like the ones I saw in the Erie St. one. Which leads me to believe that those two are the same one!
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