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Teresa L. Watson (#46577310)
 member for 14 years, 18 days
jan costic ihrig
Alice Scott
Please consider adding to Mrs. Alice Scott(11880519)memorial on the Fort Richardson Find a Grave website that Mrs. Alice Scott Remains are not buried in Fort Richardson Cemetery. The other option is to move her memorial to the virtual cemetery listing.
Thank you.

Added by jan costic ihrig on May 21, 2017 9:22 PM

Joe Leong
laura and gen. lindemuth
I left photos for gen lindemuth and his daughter laura. lmk when you see them.

Added by Joe Leong on Apr 10, 2017 10:35 AM

Estella Elizabeth Beaty
The note on Beth about having a daughter is incorrect. She had a step daughter at the time of her death. George Bruce was her husband at the time and it was his daughter by a first marriage.

This is Family knowledge from Beth's first cousin Teddy Louise Beaty Lindsey

Added by peteri on Mar 30, 2017 12:03 PM

Peter van der Weide
Michael Lewis Brownlow Frankson
Are there any known photographes of Frankson and/ore Cake?

We want to make an commemorationpanel in our village (Klazienaveen, where they crashed)

We have a lot of info, but no pictures of the crew.

Added by Peter van der Weide on Mar 18, 2017 7:51 AM

Beuna Miller Tomalino
Requesting transfer
I am requesting a transfer of memorial 11869526
This is my mother

Added by Beuna Miller Tomalino on Nov 27, 2016 8:51 AM

Karyn Zielasko Weingarden
John H Nibbe
Birth: Nov. 25, 1842, Germany
Death: Jun. 15, 1902
Kitsap County
Washington, USA

Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. Served as a Quartermaster, U.S. Navy on board the U.S.S. Petrel during its capture in Yazoo River, Mississippi on April 22, 1864. During the assault on his ship a shot came through the stern, raking the gun deck and exploding the boilers but he stood his ground. When all the others had deserted the flag, he assisted in getting the wounded off the guard and proceeded to get ready to fire the ship. Despite the escaping steam from the boilers he continued with his duties until surrounded on all sides by the Confederates and forced to surrender. His citation was awarded on June 22, 1865 accredited to the State of New York. (bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith)

Ivy Green Cemetery
Kitsap County
Washington, USA
Plot: Charleston Section, Block F, Lot 3, Site 001

Added by Karyn Zielasko Weingarde... on Nov 05, 2016 12:33 PM

Allen Austin
Amos & George Ernest links

Added by Allen Austin on Sep 23, 2016 10:36 PM

LaVerna Williams
PFC James Ford Alley
Hello Teresa, James Ford Alley was married to my cousin's mom at one time and they have lost track of him. We thought maybe you could fill us in on his past.
Did he married again after he was married to Josephine Margrette Davis and did he have other children than a daughter Yvonne Kathryn Alley?
Any information about him would be helpful.
My email is
My name is LaVerna Ledbetter Williams.
Thank you,

Added by LaVerna Williams on Jul 05, 2016 12:03 PM

Pat Lambert
William P Rice Jr.
This is my third great grandfather.

Added by Pat Lambert on Jan 01, 2016 1:46 PM

Pat Lambert
William P Rice Jr.
This is my third great grandfather.

Added by Pat Lambert on Jan 01, 2016 1:44 PM

Pat Lambert
William P Rice Jr

Added by Pat Lambert on Jan 01, 2016 1:43 PM

Orza Woodson
RE: Thomas Davidson
Teresa, I am so very sorry for your loss. Only people that have been through it can understand.

I am working on George Washington Davidson's (1884-1941) line #46164243. He is a younger brother of Thomas Jefferson Davidson. I have sent edits to link him to Jason Walker & Mary Gay Davidson as parents, but as yet it has not been done.

GW's son David Albert (1912-1982) #92852479 was my uncle.

I invite you to go my tree Beck_C~1 to look & take my sources. I may have some you don't have.


Added by Orza Woodson on Sep 20, 2015 8:43 AM

Rodger Asai
LTC Kieschnick
Please note there is another page for him which was added on July 2013 which shows his burial information.

Consolidate them?

Added by Rodger Asai on Aug 29, 2015 5:41 PM

thoughts are with you

Added by kaycee on Jul 25, 2015 1:22 PM

K L Bonnett
Memorials Alton National Cemetery
I added a bunch of edits for Iowa Civil War Soldiers buried in this cemetery. This includes those that are placed automatically when you go into the edits on your home page as well as an email for each one asking for additions to the biography. If you don't want to go to hassle of adding the biographies you can transfer the memorials to me and I will do it.
Thanks for the photos and the entries in Findagrave.

Added by K L Bonnett on May 26, 2015 11:49 AM

Kersten Family
You asked for transfers of the Kersten's. I have no issue with transferring but please use the right way and ask using the suggest a correction and stating your relationship. I don't have time to be searching for all the transfer info needed when you use the SAC it is right there.

Added by couchpotato on Feb 25, 2015 8:08 PM

Dexter James Kerstetter (FAG 26969528)
Additional information.

While on Hood Canal (WA) his boat tipped over and he was presumed drowned. His body was never ecovered.

Added by Woolsox on Feb 19, 2015 10:21 AM

Alexis Belmonte
My Father
Hi Teresa I was recently looking for my father and put his name into Google and found this sight with a picture of his grave. Everything in the picture of his grave matches up with my father. I have't seen my father since I was 2 or 3 years old. I am wondering if you have anymore information for me on him. I have never met his side of the family and would really like to know them.

Thanks Teresa

Added by Alexis Belmonte on Jan 27, 2015 5:35 PM

Find a grave - Vivian H Riggs??
Hello Teresa, I sent you an email a week or so back but guess you are busy - I do hope you can soon help me to get this correct - Edward M. C. Abington is my great uncle - I have info that tells me his wife Vivian's maiden name was Chamberlin and not Riggs as you have listed - I would like to know how and or where you got the name Riggs from and be sure which it is before making any changes - Please contact me via here or via my email address -

Warren Shaw

Added by WARREN LINDSEY SHAW on Jan 14, 2015 7:39 AM

Darrell Collins
suggest a correction
Hello, I sent you an email last Saturday and this is an update of the situation. The grave listing that you have as Ronald William Crow should be Cron. I am assuming this is one that was merged incorrectly recently. You can verify the spelling of the last name by the headstone picture. The last letter in the last name should be an N.
Thank you for your help in resolving this.
Darrell Collins

Added by Darrell Collins on Dec 31, 2014 7:26 AM

peter crackett
HiTeresa,I am searching for info on Peter Cracketts family,I have typed in familysearch and found his mothers maiden name to be either Jane Watson or Jane Ireland when i saw your name i wondered if there is any connection?

Added by joyce on Nov 23, 2014 1:08 PM

George Boblett
I just sent a couple of edit requests on a soldier you entered from ALton National Cemetery. I wanted to send you additional information because at first glance, it may seem in error. He was 65 when he enlisted, proven by birth records from the church where he was baptized in Carroll Co. Md, July 16, 1797. He died of disease at Alton, I'm thinking he was a prison guard there. His son Leander E. Boblett died of disease while serving in New Orleans a year later. Here's a complete rundown if you need it:
Johann Georg Bobletts b. 24 Apr 1797 d. 15 Sep 1863
m. 11 May 1833 Susannah Kemp (Sandusky Co. OH.) (1808-1856)
m. Isabella
George was baptized July 16, 1797 in Carroll County, Maryland, son of Jacob and
Catherine Babliz. He and his wife were living in Seneca County, Ohio when
they patented 80 acres in Sandusky County, Ohio, 1834 They were listed there in the 1850 census, as Geo. Boblet, 53, born Md. On January 2, 1863 , George
Bobletts, age 65, of Genoa Bluff, Iowa, enlisted in Co. D, 37th Iowa Infantry Regiment. He mustered in on February 27, 1863. He died of disease
while in service, September 15, 1863 at Alton, Illinois. Although a number of senior citizens enlisted during 1861, itís fairly remarkable a man of his years actually served in 1863. He may have been assigned as a guard at the Federal Prisoner of War Camp at Alton, Illinois, where he died. He is buried in the Alton
National Cemetery as George Bobletts.

Added by P R P on Nov 13, 2014 9:33 PM

Kathy Line
RE: Find a grave
Sure Teresa I would love to have them. Thank you very much. Kathy

Added by Kathy Line on Nov 02, 2014 3:39 PM

Wes Hart
RE: Henry Stansberry
You are more then welcome.
Henry is said to be buried there. I requested a photo, so I guess we will find out if he has a marker.
Wes Hart

Added by Wes Hart on Oct 24, 2014 9:21 AM

Kathy Line
Find a grave
Hello Teresa,
Good luck with the teenager, I had 3 myself and have a grand child who will be 15 next month, and share in the responsibility of getting around. Daddy's job takes him away quit a bit and mommy works too. I love it!
Now to the point. I would like to ask you to change 2 memorials,they are my 2nd cousins 3x removed. They are buried at Laurel Land Memorial Park in Dallas. 1st is Charles B. Weaver. His middle name is Benjamin Birth 15 Mar 1875 in Van Zandt Co., Texas Death in 7 Oct. 1930 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas his memorial is # 7690167 and 2nd is his wife Effie A. Weaver # 7690168 her middle name is Ann and her maiden name is Johnsey. Her birth is 1 Aug 1877 Delta Co., Texas and death 18 July 1963 in Dallas, Dallas, Texas. Children are;
1. Arjorie Weaver (I think Marjorie?)B. Oct 1916.
2. Mary Ella Weaver 1915 to 1982
3. Carla Audis Weaver 1913 to 1997
4. Robbie Rowena Weaver 1910 to 1987
5. Vernon Reese Weaver 1907 to 1977
6. Evelyn Elizabeth Weaver 1904 to ?
This Info is from Death Index's and US Census'.
Thanks Teresa for all your hard work on F.A.G.
Sincerely Kathy Line

Added by Kathy Line on Oct 19, 2014 10:17 AM


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