|Zac M||RE: William Matthews|
I was mistaken and did not find the correct William Mathews. Instead I took a picture of his son's stone thinking it was the correct one. I could not find William Mathews Sr but I will be out to Ft Palmer again sometime soon the recheck. Sorry for the confusion.
Added by Zac M on Mar 09, 2014 7:08 AM
Hello, I have fulfilled your photo request for Wm. Wyckoff and have also posted a memorial and photo for his wife Ishbel who is interred next to Wm.
I also posted a memorial and photo for their grand-daughter Jule Ann Cameron Holland.
|Jodi Nelson||Missouri Pharis|
I looked all over the cemetary and came across one Pharis family plot. There are two with no engraved stones and one that has the name of Amos T. Pharis b. Oct 17, 1885 d. Jan 1, 1965. Could this be a relative? If so then one of the two plots with his could belong to Missouri. I took pictures just in case you would like them, but didn't fulfull the request as I'm not positive that this is what you are looking for. Please contact me if you would like for me to post the pictures that I took of the site.
|edj||RE: Len R German|
I'm glad I could help.
Added by edj on Nov 23, 2013 8:36 AM
|Larry Van Horn||John Babb - Lenoir City Cem FAG Memorial|
Could you please contact me at my personal email address larryvh at brmemc dot net re: your message you posted on the Find A Grave memoral for Jogn Babb -- "We find several stones for family members that reference John Babb." I am an estate/probate research genealogist that is looking for the descendants of John Babb and Emma Jane Hackney. This is in reference to an estate case I am working for a law firm here in North Carolina.
Thank you for your time,
Larry Van Horn
|Kathy Jonas Harrell||RE: Johnny R McDuffie|
|Peace4me||RE: Charles & Caroline Bayha Seidler|
You are very welcome! There are some other Seilders in that same plot if you are interested in them let me know. Carla :)
Added by Peace4me on Oct 06, 2013 8:04 PM
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Robert Matthews & Martha Matthews Rodgers|
You're very welcome!
|genieresearcher||Bayha in WV|
HI again, no not related, just somehow from one person to the next through marriage upon marriage in Wheeling WV I landed on this Bayha family and became intrigued so began to create memorials for as many as I could find. They connect to Schenk/Schenck and Doepken families too. If there is anything I can help you find, just ask. I love the research!
Happy to help. love reuniting famiy members. Had you know about his parents and other siblings? Researching families for findagrave is more interesting than reading fiction. Most all of them were bakers from Germany.
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