|Melissa Mariano||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 142217488|
The only info I have on John McAfee is burial info, which I found in the book "The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. With A Complete Alphabetical List of Wardens and Vestrymen, and of the Interments in the Graveyard, 1700-1906." on page 185. It's available for free on Google Books.
Hope that helps!
|Lisa F.||RE: Charles Fromm, memorial # 140568825|
Hi. The Minnie Fromm on the stone appears to be a child. The dates are weathered. The birth date does seem to start with "19--", though, and it looks like the death date was 1912. It is possible she is the Carolina W. Fromm listed in the NYC Death Index, if the "W" stood for Wilhelmina and Minnie was derivative of that, who died 26 April 1912 at age 2.
Added by Lisa F. on Oct 05, 2015 9:01 PM
|J. Ramsell||David Ramsell Will|
I'll go take a look.
|J. Ramsell||RE: Ramsells|
Where did you find a copy of David's will?
|J. Ramsell||Brent Ramsell|
I never knew him, but Brent and I are 3rd cousins.
|J. Ramsell||David M. Ramsell|
David Ramsell was married to Margaret E. Weeks (1826-1896). She died out here in Stockton, California. Her parents were David Hopkins Weeks (1796-1882) and Margaret Simpson (1796-1886).
Is this your husbands family?
|J. Ramsell||RE: Ramsell Gravestone Photo|
Yes I'm related to the Ramsells. My maiden name is Ramsell, and my father's family originated in York County, Maine. My grandfather, Grover Weston "Wes" Ramsell, was born in Portland and lived there until his mid twenties.
What is the name of your husband's friend? I'd be interested to see if we are related. Is your husband still in contact with him?
|J. Ramsell||Ramsell Gravestone Photo|
Thank you so much for this!!
|Bev Winship||RE: Stephen Chase memorial #32128859|
Another contributor changed it to February. Everything I find shows April. I have changed it back. Thanks.
|Stone Finders||Lavina Taber|
I only transfer your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. That is find a graves guild lines.Sorry but I will stay with what is on the stone.
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