|Carl and Judi (#47928426)|
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Hey do you live in Stanislaus County, CA? Because one of my distant cousins died in Modesto, CA, and I was wondering if you lookup obituaries too?
Added by Dstmnstr on Aug 28, 2015 6:33 AM
|Debra Richards (Irishgirl355)||RE: Ingendorf at Knollwood|
You are so welcome. I took the photo of her husband's marker also if you want it. They were both buried under a lot of grass. Took me awhile to find them and clear the stones.
|Cashline||RE: Simcox at Oakwood|
You're welcome! I found several of the requests that were outstanding at Oakwood. Unfortunately there are a few left. I also found some of them at Sacred Heart but when I got home some of my pictures had disappeared from my camera! I'll try to head back soon and find them again!
Added by Cashline on Jul 10, 2015 8:38 PM
|LAB||Pvt Wm Campbell - Locust Grove|
Wondering if you have the correct William Campbell? PA Veteran Burial Card lists:
Name: William Campbell
Birth Date: 1857 [???]
Death Date: 27 Mar 1922
Military Branch: Army
Veteran of Which War: U.S. Civil War
Registration County: Beaver
Served: Oct 28 1861 - Oct 17 1863
Cemetery Name: Locust Grove Cemetery
Cemetery Location: Ellwood City, Beaver Co, Pennsylvania
Not sure what to think. Too bad grave marker only lists service years. Thanks, Lynn
Added by LAB on Jul 07, 2015 7:30 PM
|Peace4me||RE: Heckathorn at Greenwood|
You are very welcome! There is a Robert D. Heckathorn by him in this cemetery, if you are interested in him let me know. Carla :):)
Added by Peace4me on Jun 09, 2015 4:20 PM
|Tony May||RE: Hackathorns|
Hello Carl and Judi,
James tried to hide but I found him. :)
It was a little weird at first, but I just had to realize I was unearthing a grave marker and not a grave.
Glad to have helped out.
Added by Tony May on May 30, 2015 7:28 PM
|Sally||Rev Josiah Daily|
I found the grave for his second wife Martha Esther Dunn Daily in the Hebron Cemetery in Madison, Jefferson, Indiana. Then he married Amanda Dunn.
Martha Esther Dunn Daily is #52346313
It will not let me edit the results of my research today.
BTW, Her father is Thomas Dunn and is the brother of Amanda's father William Dunn both being the sons of Joseph Thomas Dunn, Jr. and their mother was Frances Pierson.
The wife of Thomas Dunn and "Ester" (as she is listed in the marriage documents) is Mary Ann McClelland Dunn. And Amanda's mother is Catherine "Kitty" McClure
Added by Sally on Apr 30, 2015 4:39 PM
|Dannetta Borland Getz||RE: Talso Headstone|
Judi, You are very welcome. It's my pleasure to do this for you! We are just getting rid of over 100 inches of snow this winter so the grass is dead and muddy yet. I will try a re-take when things look prettier and it's warmer out (27degrees today).
|Mary F Jocius||RE: Simcox at Monona|
Carl and Judi,
I am also wondering who the unknown child is buried with PR and Melissa Simcox. I took these pictures back in 2005 when I lived in Dubuque. I live in NC now and don't have any means to return to Monona and retake the photo. I will look and see if there is a better image that I might enhance for easier reading.
Melissa was the half-sister of my favorite ancestor, great-grandmother Carolyn "Carrie" Lucretia Howe Porter. She was the daughter of Henry Edwin Howe & Mary Ann Wood. I will be happy to attach the pictures to Melissa's record.
|Barbara Goggin Brann||Martha Komula|
Okay I posted it. If you find that it isn't correct let me know and I will take it down. I knew that the surname was Finnish and not Russian so I didn't think that it should be in Cyrillic, but I wasn't aware of Finnish history, and that they had been under Russian rule.
The section that she is buried in has no family plots, hence the name 5 singles. The next time that I am at the cemetery I will look for her mother's stone.
Today it was in the mid fifties, so not cold, though I don't mind "cemeterying" as I call it in even when it is cold. But until today when it had mostly melted, we had been under a foot and a half of snow, so finding stones had been impossible.
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