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Yvonne Smith (#47663221)
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Bio Photo If you find a photo that I have taken, feel free to use it. I have documented a lot of graves that are in my local cemeteries.

I'm also happy to transfer any memorial I have created that is not one of my own ancestors. Whenever I find a headstone that has not been documented, I create a memorial for it.

Happy to pay it forward, as so many nice people have helped me document the headstones of my family.
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Earl Sartwell
Thanks for adding a picture of Earl to his memorial. I just added his obituary. Would you like ownership of Earl's memorial? I am not related to him.
Added by Cemetery Walker on Nov 28, 2015 8:57 PM
M.L. Devall
RE: Catherine Smith Barker
Alfred DeForest Smith is actually your memorial. The reason that he is shown as a half sibling on mine for Catherine Smith Barker is because you don't have Emanuel Smith put in as his father. Once you add that, it will be right.

We've chatted before on William H. Smith was my 3rd great grandfather. Catherine was his sister. BTW, all the newspaper and census listings have the spelling as Catherine.
Added by M.L. Devall on Nov 28, 2015 2:02 PM
Laura Pinks
Emeline Smith #96067805
I added that Emeline married Jonathan Smith of Chautauqua, New York.

The reason I have the spelling in the Census' is because that is the way the document spells it.

Also because I have Emeline connected to her parents she will be listed as a sibling even under her own memorial because that is the way find a grave has it set up.

Added by Laura Pinks on Nov 28, 2015 4:04 AM
RE: Susannah Potter Bradford
Hello again, I added Susannah in the first place to "bridge the gap." Her brother was Simeon Potter, a rich and famous privateer or pirate (depending on which side you were on). He married but had no children, and apparently his sisters and their children named their boys Simeon in the hope they would inherit!

My ggg grandfather was Simeon P Bradford so of course I wanted the whole story to be shown. My line is Abner-Elisha-Simeon P-John-William-Paul-Ellis-Carol. I have boys and my brother has girls, so we're daughtered out this generation. One of my first cousins has a boy who has a baby boy.
Added by CarolBee on Oct 10, 2015 11:47 AM
RE: Susannah Potter Bradford
Hi Yvonne,
Susannah is my 5G grandmother so I'd like to maintain her memorial. The "lost at sea etc" note on Find A Grave means that her burial location is unknown. She is probably buried at the cemetery in Kingston with her husband Abner but the grave has not been found. Many people are in this category and they weren't all really lost at sea.
Best wishes,
Carol Bradford
Added by CarolBee on Oct 10, 2015 12:36 AM
Sarah Bitter
Catherine Kraner Old Marion Cemetery
I have corrected the duplicate There are two Catherine Kraner in the cemetery. One Parent and One Mother.
Added by Sarah Bitter on Sep 03, 2015 7:35 PM
Andrew Daft
Elroy Krueger #91860702
May I have your permission to use your photo from this memorial in my tree? Thanks!
Added by Andrew Daft on Sep 01, 2015 6:37 AM
Hopestill Potter
I am a descendant of Hopestill Potter and Lydia his wife through his daughter Mary. Mary married Thomas Garrett.
Hopestill and Lydia had 5 children. More are listed on another site but I have no verification of them. Of these 5 I have traced and seen on a number of geneaology sites.

Simeon Potter
Elizabeth Potter
Susannah Potter
Mary Potter
Abigail Potter
Added by virginia on Aug 31, 2015 8:42 PM
Cynthia Dunigan
Luther Dyke
THere is a photo of his headstone here
Added by Cynthia Dunigan on Aug 28, 2015 6:20 PM
M.L. Devall
William H. Smith
William is actually buried with his son, John, and daughter-in-law, Hattie, at Prairie Street Cemetery in Elkhart. There is already a Find-A-Grave memorial for him at that place. He was originally interred at the vault of Grace Lawn Cemetery in 1916, but moved a few years later. His birthdate should be July 23, 1824, as his sister Mary Ann was born in June 1823.
Added by M.L. Devall on Jun 22, 2015 7:17 AM
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