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Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ) (#46580804)
 member for 13 years, 8 months, 18 days
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Jackie Ernst-OBrien
Leona Veronica Patterson Hammelbacher
Hello,

I want to give you an update on Leona's son, Robert. He married a Japanese woman named Miyako Wati. They had two daughters. Miyako passed away on 2/17/17 and was buried today with Robert at the Long Island National Cemetery.

Jackie

Added by Jackie Ernst-OBrien on Feb 22, 2017 2:06 PM

Judy Waters
Edits
Please see your edit notes. Plz review all Jones in Roanoke Chapel missionary Baptist to see they don't belong in Roanoke Chapel Baptist. (NC, Warren county & Halifax County)
Rules state that memorial in the correct cemetery has precedence.
These two cemeteries have many people confused.

You have wonderful information on your memorials, please get it added to the existing memorial with pictures.
Thanks!!

Added by Judy Waters on Feb 20, 2017 5:23 AM

James Keppeler
abraham lott van Liew: #8002269
I was wondering if it was at all possible for you to transfer maintenance of abraham lott van Liew's memorial (#8002269) to me. My user number is #48967569. Thanks for your conideration.

Added by James Keppeler on Feb 19, 2017 10:03 PM

sara kennedy
Daniel DeHart memorial #14640762
Additional information for memorial on Daniel DeHart:

Daniel was the illegitimate child of Balthazar DeHart & Margrietje Stuyvesant. Born 1669 [gravestone inscription]. He was baptized 1 Sep 1671 Reformed Dutch Church, NYC. He married Grietje Catlyntje [Catharina] Van Pelt [supposed daughter of Jan Teunissen Van Pelt 1645 Netherlands - 1734 Staten Island & Marytje Pieterse 1649 NY - 1719 Staten Island; remains unsubstantiated].

Daniel's mother, Margaret Stuyvesant was deserted by her husband Jacob Backer in about 1667. Her brother was Peter Stuyvesant, the Dutch governor of the colony for 17 years until the English took over. She was left with her husband's debts in a society that was still partly primitive. Fortunately, she became engaged to Balthazar de Haert but could not legally marry him until Jacob Backer was declared dead. She never married Balthazar as his wife was prematurely cut short in 1672.
Daniel was just three years old when his father Balthazar died. In his will, Balthazar left his son Daniel a house, two copper stilling kettles (used for brewing alcoholic drinks), plus an income of 'sixty guilders of wampum" a year until he reached adulthood.
Daniel's will dated 10 Feb 1750 Elizabethtown, Essex, NJ lists his children: Margaret; Anne; Elizabeth; Catherine; Daniel; Baltus; Mathias and Samuel [memorial #14622107]. All his children were born in Staten Island and baptized Reformed Dutch Church Port Richmond.

He was interred in the oldest section of burying place, probably southwest of church before Rev. Van Pelt's Academy building was constructed in 1890.

Source:
Early New Netherland Settlers #135
Geni.com
Family search.org
Bergen County Families; pdf Wardell

Thanks,

Sara Kennedy

Added by sara kennedy on Feb 08, 2017 1:41 PM

sara kennedy
Edward DeHart memorial #14618653
Additional information that would be helpful if entered on the memorial:

Edward born 1782 was son of Edward DeHart 15 Dec 1753-26 Dec 1792 and Catherine Barkeloo 29 Oct 1754-3 May 1813 [d/o Abraham Barkeloo & Catherine Ellisen], both probably also interred in the Reformed Church on Staten Island but not listed there on Find A Grave. He was a grandson of Samuel DeHart 1717-1798 memorial #14622107. Edward married Mary Van Name.
His siblings:
Catherine DeHart b 1779
Abraham DeHart 1786-1835 - m Gertrude Cruser
Cornelius DeHart b 1790

Source: Early New Netherland Settlers, 2014, #1442
http://freepges.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rclarke/page1/vpelt.htm

Thanks for your consideration,
Sara Kennedy - contributor #48459472

Added by sara kennedy on Feb 08, 2017 12:31 PM

vintage_diamond
Henry I. Eldert memorial transfer
Hello,

Would it be possible to transfer Henry I. Eldert's memorial to me if this is not your ancestor? (Memorial #23304460) Henry is my 3rd great grandfather. I've been doing a lot of research on him and his siblings, and would like to update his profile with additional information I have, as well as create and link memorials for other family members.

Thank you

Added by vintage_diamond on Feb 08, 2017 9:50 AM

Anonymous
RE: Samuel Davidson Nutt
I "clipped" the obituary and pasted it. Brooklyn Daily Eagle obituary.

Added by Anonymous on Jan 30, 2017 5:05 PM

Ck98
RE: Social Security Number
I mean i just think thats to much info. I dont the world needs to know her ssn

Added by Ck98 on Jan 16, 2017 12:11 PM

Ck98
Catherine Scoresse
I think you should remove Catherine Scoresse's Social Security Number from her Find A Grave memorial. People in this generation will miss use that plus Her Son & Family may not aprove.

Added by Ck98 on Jan 16, 2017 4:32 AM

Diane Whiting
Cemetery - New Sign
Hello,

I was at Cedar Hill Cemetery, East Millstone, Somerset County, New Jersey, USA today. I took a photo of the new cemetery sign which is much nicer than what they had previously. Can we change the photo that's posted on the cemetery?

Thanks,
Diane (#46739416)

Added by Diane Whiting on Nov 08, 2016 3:55 PM

William Bjornstad
RE: Earl R. Lewis
I have deleted the erroneous photo for Earl R. Lewis on his famous memorial and replaced it with the one that you updated at his Wikipedia site.

Thanks for letting me know.

William Bjornstad
Find A Grave Member ID #47016546

Added by William Bjornstad on Oct 26, 2016 11:37 AM

Gina Pocock
Photo of AJ Pocock
Hi Richard,
Can you tell me how you have the photo of my father's portrait? I thank you for adding it, but I was quite surprised to see it, and then to have it added by someone my age :)

Thanks,
Gina (Pocock) Jarvi

Added by Gina Pocock on Oct 23, 2016 6:09 PM

Phyllis Peterson
Steener
You had created a link #12417863 to a grave site of Steener Nilsen. On the page it states you are a eighth great-grandfather. If so, we are relatives way back in time.

Added by Phyllis Peterson on Sep 04, 2016 10:29 AM

Phyllis Peterson
Relative
Steener was also my 7th great grandparent. Phyllis Samuelson

Added by Phyllis Peterson on Aug 29, 2016 4:57 PM

Susan
RE: Osborne Theomun Olsen
Check and done. Good.
Susan

Added by Susan on Aug 29, 2016 9:51 AM

Linda Burton Kochanov
James Boyle in New Canaan
Hi...FYI..I took pictures of the Boyles...Josephine and husband and daughter Bette and son James. I can not upload the pictures to Father...there too many pictures already!!! What shall I do?
Linda

Added by Linda Burton Kochanov on Aug 14, 2016 2:04 PM

Bandana Girl
Lindauer-Courter wedding
Hi! Are you aware that Matilda Vail Schenck was the maid of honor at Oscar and Jean Courter's wedding? Found an article...let me know if you are interested.
Bandana Girl
P.S. Matilda was d/o Catherine W. Schenck, related to R-go.
Am going to try to contact him as well.
Stay cool!

Added by Bandana Girl on Aug 02, 2016 2:07 AM

THR
RE: A.J. Drexel Biddle
Done.

Added by THR on Jul 22, 2016 4:46 PM

Dee
RE: Piatt
Thanks, no need for credit on these small files.

Added by Dee on Jul 06, 2016 11:29 AM

AAW
Edward Oldrin Sr. Woodland
I posted the Oldrin family monument photo. Feel free to reuse it if you want.

I also took a photo of the actual inscription for Edward Oldrin Sr. but it is very weathered.
If you want I can send you that even though only a few words are legible.

Added by AAW on Jun 30, 2016 11:17 PM

AAW
Edward Oldrin Sr. Woodland
I have 1 photo of Edward Oldrin Sr.'s gravestone inscription, which is quite weathered.
However, I could not post it because the website said there are too many other items posted. Could you remove the cemetery photo, and perhaps also the list of Methodist ministers so I can post the inscription?

Added by AAW on Jun 25, 2016 11:04 PM

Randy Rauscher
Va Nest Family in Neshanic Cemetery
Dear Richard,
I see that you have been quite active in researching/posting information on the Neshanic (Reformed Church) Cemetery. Do you know if any of the original burial records still exist? And if so, where?
I am researching my family members buried there. Most of these relatives have the surname Van Nest/Van Neste and they seem to have been buried close together, possibly all in the same original lot.
'Would greatly appreciate hearing form you. Thanks & best regards, Randy R.

Added by Randy Rauscher on Jun 20, 2016 5:34 AM

Bob
Milner Tree
Good Day Richard
You sent my cousin Chris Chiaponni a link on the Milner family tree on Family Search. Can you tell me how and when John Miler 1700-1763 from Helperthorpe Yorkshire England arrived Nova Scotia and continued the line with Johnathan Milner 1743?
Also I we were told that our Milner's had 2 "L"s but I see that is not the case.

Thank you for your time

Bob Milner
kelbrit1@yahoo.com

Added by Bob on Jun 07, 2016 7:40 AM

Lana L
Ensko Family
Richard,
I'm researching the Ensko family that immigrated to the U.S. from County Clare, Ireland. Would you please contact me? Or tell me how I can email you directly?
Thank you,
Lana Leggett-Kealey

Added by Lana L on May 27, 2016 1:58 PM

Bob
Alvilde M. Tanberg
Richard I was wondering if you have any relationship to Alvilde M. Tanberg? You posted her picture on this webpage. She is my Great Grandmother. She gave birth to Ethel Tanberg who married Clifford Milner who are my grand parents. They in turn gave birth to Robert O. Milner who was my father.
Thank you for your time

Bob Milner jr

Added by Bob on May 23, 2016 8:49 AM

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