Elizabeth (Stuart) Ala Forrest, you can follow the early census' for Elizabeth when she still lived with her parents David & Elizabeth (Howard) Stuart. Stuart is how the family name is spelled on their gravestones. They are in the Stuart family cemetery in Polk Co., IA. I hope this helps you. Debby Y.
Ala family Yes, I believe George Ala's second wife was Augusta Becker. Is that correct? Your photos are a treasure. Thanks for sharing them. And if you can share more photos of all the Ala family, please do so. We are thrilled to see them!
William & Sarah E R. Dunn/Plaistow Town Cemetery Hi, Thank you for the correction, which has been made. I am not related, but added them to findagrave as part of a project to put all the graves in the Plaistow cemeteries on the site. I would be happy to transfer management to you if you want, just ask. Mary Ellen Moulton Plaistow
Elizabeth Luella Stewart Hello Forrest, I saw your post in 2008 regarding Elizabeth Houston. I believe we are related. I have a good deal of information on Joseph Benjamin Houston. Please email me at email@example.com. Kathy Murphy in San Diego
RE: Blessings of good health sent Hi Forrest, Thank you for the get well wishes. I got the biopsy results and they were normal. There is Inflammation in my stomach, esophagis and upper small intestine. He said possible gluten intolerance and also acid reflux. So I have appt end of the month to talk to him bout it all. Probably change in diet etc.
RE: hi melissa, could you help me confirm something Hi Forrest, No I haven't heard anything about that. I havent been in touch with my Hamilton relatives since my great aunt Nellie in Vt.passed away. Thats sad to hear about the gentleman murdered. Ill have to look that up. If I hear anything, ill let you know. Let me know if you hear anything. We have been dealing with the loss of my mom in law who passed away Oct 2. after having liver cancer. Hopefully this year will be better. Thank you for letting me know and i'll check the news on Walter.
Pettengill I am sorry that the stone is unreadable. The cemetery association president assured me this was the correct stone as he and his wife mapped the cemetery years ago and the stone was readable then.