|Perry Youngs (#47511753)|
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I started with Family History back in the 1970's with major progress made after joining Ancestry.com a couple of years ago. I have found many related contacts including attending a few different family reunions. I started working with FAG in 2011 and it has been a great resource. I look forward to meeting new people on this site and working to improve memorial content.|
I am happy to pass memorials to family members.
Update - August of 2015, just back from an Uxbridge, Canada family reunion and visited two cemeteries. I am adding some new content for McNeil and Friends Burial Grounds cemeteries.
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|Carol Ballinger||RE: Ephraim Perry|
My husband is a direct descendant of Mary Ellen Perry Ballinger, Ephraim's daughter. Which line are you from?
|Carol Ballinger||William Perry|
Thank you for the info. His tombstone shows him to be 67, almost 68, at the time of his death. I entered the info as it was in the paper.
|Carol Ballinger||William Perry|
|Carol Ballinger||Ephraim Perry|
Thank you for the info. I have entered it. He was my husband's great great grandfather. It was interesting to see that he was placed in another mausoleum while his was being built.
|KathyCook||Youngs headstones @ Greenwood|
Perry, check out the website below. It is a listing of the headstones at Greenwood Cemetery as recorded in 2001. There are headstones for many of the Youngs family. You will see the photos for Block S, Lot 124 pop up, as I and two other ladies have photographed that section.
|KathyFournierJillson||RE: Kinsey Headstone|
So very glad I could help.
|Bev Dowson||Greenbank Cemetery|
Hi Perry, I know you have been to this cemetery & was wondering if you could help me. I know the division of East & West. Just wondering the numbering of the stones. Do they start in the Southeast corner or..... Thanks Bev
|Juanita (Gerry) Sawyer||Andrew J. & Cynthia N (Simpson) Kuykendall memorials|
I've been interested for some time in Cynthia and Andrew J. Kuydendall of Johnson County, IL, primarily because she is related to me through my maternal line. In doing research about them, one tragic thing I learned is that they had a total of 14 children, but lost at least 8 of them when the children were between the ages of 1 month and approximately 3 1/2 years of age.
The 1900 census states that Cynthia, then 82, said she had 5 living children remaining at that date of the 14 born to her & A.J. In addition, they raised a niece & nephew who lost their parents & took in other young children at one time.
If you are not related to them, would you consider transferring the maintenance of their memorials in Find-A-Grave to me? I plan to continue researching their lives as best as I can & to write an article about them for the Johnson County Genealogical and Historical newsletter.
|Marguerite||TY for update/correction on Clemens|
Thank You Perry for the date update. I agree with you . . . if you should come across any family profiles that I created at any cemeteries, pls let me know if you would like transfers so you can enhance their profiles. I travel to many counties so you may see me again, just give me a head's up for transfers.
|Zoe Tom||Sarah Sergeant|
Russ Dodge, one of the Find A Grave administrators, has the earlier Sarah. I have informed him of where she is buried. I told him, when he has moved his Sarah, I will delete mine.
He will probably want the Judge too.
Thanks for letting me know what is what.
PS Russ is a docent at Laurel Hill Cemetery, so maybe he will take the tombstone picture too.
Added by Zoe Tom on Mar 03, 2015 7:18 PM
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