|Debra Waggoner||Abel B Fuller|
Steve - Just wanted to let you know that Abel has two pages and I have been asked to delete one of them. I had requested that you get me a picture and you fullfilled that request awhile back...thank you and sorry about having to delete this one. Just wanted to let you know why in case you get a notice.
|ms1952||RE: Elvira Brainerd memorial|
Yes, I would be happy to take it over. #47533588
Added by ms1952 on Feb 21, 2015 6:21 AM
|Kem Hart-Baker||Wm Schouten headstone - Cortland Rural Cemetery|
Thanks so much for taking the photo for me of William Schouten's headstone. It's much appreciated.
|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||RE: Thank You|
Yes, I'm always looking for Cornwells. I appreciate you letting me know if you come across any.
|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||Thank You|
Thanks for the photo of Alanson Cornwell's tombstone.
|Cindy Coffell||George and Kate Maycumber|
Thank you, Steve, for the grave photos. I appreciate you!
Thank you for the photo of Lydia's marker.
Added by rickb on Sep 25, 2014 8:30 PM
|Maggie de Vries||Meddaugh Family|
Steve-I am an historical author of 2 novels on Amelia Island, Florida in which the Meddaugh Family are a great part. James Edwin (son of Peter C. Meddaugh lived on Amelia Island in the 1880's, also prior to then St. Augustine, FL and later in Jacksonville, FL. I am trying to locate him and his daughter Pauline after 1890. Pauline owned a Millinery Shop at 123-125 W. Bay Street in 1893, after that I lose her. I was told James died in 1890 but no death or burial record. His wife Francis and youngest daughter Zadie (Sadie)are found in 1891 living in Waukesha, WI where Francis is a school teacher. This is verified through U.S. City Directories 1892. James was born in New York as was his father, Pauline was born on Amelia Island but not buried here nor in Jacksonville that I can find.
Can you help? My next novel is told in Pauline's voice.
yes, if you would like to transfer Amasa Hungerford #115033657 that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks OhioSearcher 47352802
|OhioSearcher||RE: Amasa A. Hungerford date changes|
Hi- yes- I came across this website for Amasa- I was researching the family http://www.onlinebiographies.info/ny/tomp/hungerford-aa.htm
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