|Marie Wingate||RE: May Erwin Talmadge|
Glad you posted May's information. That helps me some in my search.
Added by Marie Wingate on Aug 04, 2017 10:44 AM
|Marie Wingate||Nassau County Florida|
Reading your bio I found that we have in common Nassau Co. Florida and the Southern Genealogist's Exchange Society. I have been working with Jim Bass of the same group about the descendants of Jeremiah Wingate of Nassau Co. This along with the Higginbotham and Forsythe families from this area are my husband's ancestors. Glad to find someone else interested in that part of the world.
Added by Marie Wingate on Aug 04, 2017 10:34 AM
|Marie Wingate||May Erwin Talmadge|
I am a member of Judge David Campbell Chapter DAR in Chattagnooa, TN Mary Taladge's mother was Mary (Mollie) Mills Erwin who was an organizing member of our chapter. She lived with her daughter May in Clarke Couty in 1930. Her father died in Clarke Co. in 1930. I think she died about 1935 but have been unable to find any death or burial information on her. May's father and brother are buried in Chattanooga at Forest Hills.
Do you have any information on Mary Mills Erwin's death or burial?
Thank for any help you might be able to provide.
Added by Marie Wingate on Aug 04, 2017 10:28 AM
|LKat||Paul Edward Nimnicht|
I declined your edit, I do not link to unknown burials.
Added by LKat on Aug 04, 2017 10:13 AM
|Misty Dawn||RE: Irena Sendler|
why are you so concerned. findagrave sucks.
Added by Misty Dawn on Aug 02, 2017 1:13 PM
|Misty Dawn||RE: Irena Sendler|
Not sure why you could not have written up a bio about her instead of just deleting the information. How inconsiderate. Regards,
Added by Misty Dawn on Aug 02, 2017 11:20 AM
|ℒℴѵℯ ღ Peck*Millay||Elizabeth Bates|
Linda, last night I added the edits for her Birth and Death info. I made the death date correction. Headstone photos added. Thanks so much for all your attention. I want to visit some of your virtual cemeteries and add tokens when time allows. Especially the Veterans. You Have a Blessed Day... Sandi
Added by ℒℴѵT... on Jul 20, 2017 9:04 AM
Linda: if you can help me with a problem navigating the site I'd be able to get more done in our cemetery. Since almost everyone in here has numerous relatives interred in the same cemetery it would be a tremendous help to have a printout with the memorial number and possibly an indicator of which preferred pics are attached. The Excell spreadsheet either doesn't have the numbers or the format is impossible to decipher. I've been thru the help sections and can't seem to find what I can use. Can you help me out of my dilemma? Bob Call, Charleston, SC PS: be sure you're using
email@example.com Sometimes "reply" uses an address that is intended only for the exchange server. After it spends several minutes bouncing around in the server it goes back to the sender. Really irritating. Thanks
Added by Cemetery@CSHC on Jul 19, 2017 9:25 PM
|Bill McKern||63069344, Theodosia Burr|
Thanks for your message.
I had already included some of the same information you sent me in the last few sentences of the biography, and I just added the current name of the park.
Thanks for your suggestion.
Added by Bill McKern on Jul 13, 2017 8:44 PM
|florence foster||RE: Colson|
You have given me lots of important information
that I can use on my Colson search. I really do appreciate your thoughtfulness. My Colson's have
Cherokee blood and were from Baker county, Ga. I have not done DNA yet, however that is something I need to think about doing.
You didn't give up on your search, either. I know
you worked many long hours, days and months and
then the DNA proved what you were searching for.
You give hope to other searchers and I thank you
for that. You are a very kind and careing person.
Added by florence foster on Jun 28, 2017 8:57 AM
I have searched for decades for my Colson's
parents. I was just taking a chance someone might see my message and could help me. I am eighty
years old, so I just keep on searching for them.
Thank you for your kindness.
Added by florence foster on Jun 27, 2017 9:52 PM
Correction in my e-mail about Lucinda and
Elizabeth Colson. They moved to Florida
about 1859 instead of 1959, sorry about that.
Added by florence foster on Jun 27, 2017 6:55 PM
Wondering if you are related to the Colson's?
I have been trying to find the parents of my
G Grandmother, Lucinda Coalson (Colson) b: 1840
and Elizabeth b. 1939. They are on the 1850
Baker county, Georgia censes with William Athur
A. Phillips. They moved to Florida about 1959.
Lucinda married William and they are buried in
Siloam cemetery in Columbia county, Fl.
Elizabeth first married John Phillips and had two sons William M. Phillips and Joseph that lived
in Columbia county, fl Her second husband was
Alexander C. Laing (Lang) in Lake City, Fl.
Thank you very much. Florence Foster
Added by florence foster on Jun 27, 2017 6:52 PM
|Tara Lynn Hawk||RE: LTC Authur C Harmon|
The City of Novato ref'd me to the Novato History Museum. Judy Brady w/ the Novato Historical Society researched the grave listing and found not reference to Major Harmon being buried there. He is also not on the listing of "Memorials" in the park adjacent ("Pioneer Park"). Both he and his wife's obits show services at Unity Church if Marin. I contacted the office at Unity via email and phone requesting info or for them to pass it on to a family member to who could assist my inquiry. I received no response to either my call or email.
Do you have any contacts with the "William Campbell Chapter" of the Tuskegee Airman in Emeryville, CA. There is an address for them in his Legacy.com obit. Writing to them may be the next best action. They may have info?
Added by Tara Lynn Hawk on Jun 26, 2017 6:35 PM
|Tara Lynn Hawk||RE: LTC Authur C Harmon|
Hello Linda.....sorry I have been away for awhile.
Yes that cemetery is inactive. I checked with the local Novato historical society. They keep a list of graves. LTC Harmon's name is not in it. The most recent burial was in the late 50's. I am trying to see if he is in another cemetery around here. I have contacted the church he and his wife (now also deceased) attended per their obit's, but as of yet have not heard back. I will keep looking. I am in Marin County. Let me know if you have any other needs/inquiries in this area. Tara Hawk
Added by Tara Lynn Hawk on Jun 22, 2017 4:01 AM
|Theron Rogers||Dup at Yonah Memorial|
There were about 40 in that cemetery. What was the memorial number? Theron
Added by Theron Rogers on Jun 21, 2017 8:14 PM
|Romper90069||Mary M Ford|
I don't know why you requested a photo since there is one on the memorial. I posted an area shot with her headstone in the foreground. James
Added by Romper90069 on Jun 20, 2017 8:17 PM
|Eileen||RE: Thank you for photo|
You are welcome. It is always sad to my heart when there is no marker and I always wonder what the back story is to that situation. Have a nice weekend.
Added by Eileen on Jun 17, 2017 1:16 PM
|KP||RE: Thank you for photo|
Yes, I would be happy to do it.
Added by KP on Jun 12, 2017 9:56 PM
|kelli mayer||RE: Thank you for photo-Fraser|
It was my pleasure to take the photos for youof the Fraser markers. It is unfortunate that the stones are worn away, but very fortunate that an inscription book was done to record those stones before mother nature took over.
Added by kelli mayer on Jun 12, 2017 7:28 PM
|Karen Higgs Ocasio||RE: bio left with flower|
I am sorry, I didn't know. She is my grandmother.
Added by Karen Higgs Ocasio on Jun 04, 2017 11:41 AM
|earthandsky1||RE: Thank you for photo|
Just posted to Abe's wife's listing. I'm happy to help. --Julie
Added by earthandsky1 on May 28, 2017 7:50 PM
|Vicky Dice||RE: Thank you for photo|
You are most welcome! I was happy to do it. Also, I am glad to see his name has been corrected.
Added by Vicky Dice on May 25, 2017 6:40 AM
|RosalieAnn||Whispering Pine location|
When I went to look at the cemeteries in Nassau County, the pin for Whispering Pine was in the middle of Alabama instead of in Yulee where it belonged. It has been corrected now.
Added by RosalieAnn on May 13, 2017 7:04 PM
|lisa weber||Henry Thompson|
Is there any information that you could give me on Henry Thompson. We see that you put down the information that he emigrated from a Cherokee Tribe. Where could I go to look up this information. Or better yet where did you find this information? I would love any information that I could get on him. I can see all the conflict with people questioning this information but my grandmother point blank stated that we had Native American blood and we didn't talk about it. Kids use to ask her children if they were Italian. I guess back then they were ashamed to admit if they were Native American. Anyway you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by lisa weber on May 10, 2017 4:49 PM