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Ash Montagu (#46804013)
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Linda Dean
RE: Annie Doering
Could you tell me where you found the information online? I would really appreciate it.

Added by Linda Dean on Oct 13, 2017 3:37 PM

Linda Dean
Annie Doering
On the page for Annie Doering it states that she died at Dunning State Hospital, near Chicago, IL. How did you find that information and can I get a copy of the information you found? I would like to know more about why she was at Dunning and the cause of death. I would like to also find out who she is buried next to her. It should be her husband, Edward/Edwin Doering and maybe two small children. I would love to get more information about the kids too.
Thanks so much for your time.

Linda Dean

Added by Linda Dean on Oct 12, 2017 6:41 PM

Saundra Nobles
RE: Robert Barnett Mitchell
Thanks i will ask the person that put it on to delete it.

Added by Saundra Nobles on Sep 15, 2017 10:11 AM

Saundra Nobles
Robert Barnett Mitchell
I have a Robert Barnett Mitchell in the Albany Cemetery in Albany Texas. Married to Missouri Beal. Could this be the same one you have in Albany Cemetery in Oklahoma

Added by Saundra Nobles on Sep 14, 2017 12:32 PM

Ralph Hammond-Green
RE: cannon transfer
In the 40+ years I've been doing genealogy, I've become convinced that everyone has a twin, sometimes identical with only the place & parents setting them apart.
The real person to thank was the person who found my Baux relative (the only marker in the plot). He provided the information on the unmarked burials. He also posted the Burns family monument which in the adjacent plot and I've done the work on that one (again not relatives). Hopefully someone from the family will come along to manage them.

Added by Ralph Hammond-Green on Sep 09, 2017 2:35 PM

Peter Power-Hynes MA FRGS
RE: Lt Septimus Adams
Dear Ash

Thank you for your reply. Please transfer if you wish.

I would be delighted if you did.

Kind regards


Added by Peter Power-Hynes MA FRGS on Aug 13, 2017 9:23 AM

Peter Power-Hynes MA FRGS
RE: Lt Septimus Adams
Dear Ash

I have a particular interest in the 88th Connaught Rangers and would be delighted if were to transfer Lt Septimus Adams to my care. Kind regards & thanks, Peter

Added by Peter Power-Hynes MA FRGS on Jul 18, 2017 3:22 AM

Jimmy Stephens
James Mastern Pierce
Thank you for transferring this account to me. I appreciate it.

Added by Jimmy Stephens on May 31, 2017 3:22 AM

Lena B.
Fain Gillock
Sir, just wondering where you got the birth info on him. Are you related to him in some way? Do you have additional information on Him?

Added by Lena B. on May 05, 2017 12:48 PM

Billy Fay Dodson
Thank you so much for your correction on Billie Fay. I have now corrected her memorial. I am sorry about adding an incorrect married name. Barbara and myself were finding all the graduates of Tioga High School before 1961 and we got wrong information on Billy Fay. Thanks again for correct information.

Added by Janie on Apr 06, 2017 3:22 PM

Yellowstone Pete
The photo you posted on Goldie Robbins "Yellowstone Pete's" memorial is his first wife, and I believe her name was Alma because I know it's not my grandma in that picture and my grandma was his first cousin and second wife not sure if you are related to him but I just wanted to confirm you were correct in the info you put under the photo about it being his wife but it is his first wife ...

Added by MEMORIES on Apr 05, 2017 1:12 PM

RE: Naomi Pierce
Oh sorry. Probably poor comprehension on my part.

Added by Karen_L on Nov 10, 2016 1:35 PM

Sir James Collett (1645-1711)
I was delighted to find your contribution on Sir James Collett, thank you. I am trying to sort conflicting information regarding his marriage to Elizabeth Skinner:

She is listed as the widow of Nicholas Skinner on the findagrave site, but her father's will (John Skinner, probate 1701) lists her as his daughter, the sister of Nicholas Skinner, and the wife of Sir James Collett. That said, she may have been previously wed to her cousin, another Nicholas Skinner.

Do you recall the source of your data? Any opinions most welcome!

Added by jz808 on Oct 29, 2016 6:51 PM

RE: Dorothy Miller
I'm supposed to get this certificate from the National Archives. I'm not sure it will tell us something new.

Added by Ilana on Sep 22, 2016 6:31 AM

RE: Dorothy Miller
That's her (the address is correct). Where did you find it? can you give me a link? I have her year book piece from Hunter college. BTW, the 1932 piece is her for sure, even if the photo looks different.

Added by Ilana on Sep 15, 2016 8:55 PM

Thanks for your answer. I agree that the photo in the article from 1932 does not look like her, but I am sure Vera and Dorothy are the same woman. From what you found and from other pieces of information. Also from living people who knew her. What I don't know is the meaning of the Milanova name. Was it her real family, and she was somehow adopted by the Miller family, or was it just some more exotic background she adopted. Or maybe there is another explanation.

Added by Ilana on Sep 15, 2016 4:00 PM

Montague Russell "Russell" Page
Hi, I saw you wrote about Russell Page. You mentioned his wife Vera. I am trying to confirm a family story about her being a great aunt of mine. Did you learn anything more about her personal life (except for her husbands), or can you advise where to look?
thanks, Ilana

Added by Ilana on Sep 14, 2016 4:45 PM

Steven M
RE: Edward C Olsen
You can send a merge request to edit(at); just make sure you include links to both memorials in the e-mail, and they normally will handle this within 30 days. None of the information should be lost if the memorials are merged this way.

Added by Steven M on Sep 09, 2016 8:31 PM

Jimmy Hofer
Hi I want to accept your edit but I thought his middle name was that of his fathers? Can you please tell me how you know of this name Harrison? Thanks he was a great uncle.

Added by Capt on Aug 17, 2016 6:22 PM

DE Sundeen

Because of edits, I believe you might be related to some of the Meaghers. Recently I've added information to John Ford Meagher (150997025) and J Will Meagher (150997027).

I hope you find the information helpful and interesting.

Bless you

Added by DE Sundeen on Jul 08, 2016 9:58 PM

Henry Ayling
Thanks for the information. I have added it to the bio.

Added by JohnM on Jun 09, 2016 10:54 AM

RE: Russell Page
I cannot imagine where this "unmarked" grave might be located. There are public roads on two sides of the churchyard with very narrow grass verges, a farm on another side, and a private residence on the other. While the Telegraph article mentioned visiting the area, it gave no indication of whether or not the reporter found the grave.

It is a 20mile round trip to Little Badminton, so I will only visit again if I have good directions and a fighting chance of finding any graves.

I looked at the list of inscriptions that Alf Beard had transcribed. I noted that in some cases, additional information appeared in his lists that were not on the gravestones, while in others, verses had been omitted. I also wondered why he was so selective in the graves that he transcribed as I believe that there are many more that are clearly legible that do not appear on his list. His numbering system does seem to be arbitrary and does not appear to be of much help in locating any of the graves.

Added by JohnM on Jun 07, 2016 7:28 AM

Elizabeth & George Davis
Can you or Alf Beard tell me exactly where to look for this grave. I'm afraid that this is another one that is being elusive.

Added by JohnM on Jun 05, 2016 8:29 AM

Graves at Little Badminton
I have uploaded photos for Vere & Diana, but there appear to be some anomalies in the information. Both inscriptions indicate that Vere was the 14th Earl of Westmorland (without a second 'E') rather than a Duke, and it states that he was born on 15th rather than 25th. I will create the other three entries shortly.

Added by JohnM on Jun 04, 2016 8:48 AM

Earls of Westmorland
Good News. I managed to get in touch with a very helpful lady who is the secretary to the Badminton Estate. She confirmed that the Fanes are indeed buried at Little Badminton and told me exactly where to find the graves. The reason that I could not find them when I first visited the Cemetery was because they have horizontal stones and are located beneath a large lime tree which means that they were covered with sticky sap, moss, and other wind-blown debris. It took some effort, but I have cleaned them up and will upload photos in the next few days. I also found three other members of the Westmorland clan close by, and will add their details and photos as well.

Added by JohnM on Jun 04, 2016 5:51 AM


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