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Becky Doan (#46821009)
 member for 11 years, 8 months, 5 days
Diane Payne
Patience Gayden
Thank you for sending the newspaper information regarding her death.

Diane Payne

Added by Diane Payne on Sep 17, 2017 9:16 AM

Transfer of Memorials
Hi Becky,
Wow! I see you have added over 28,000 memorials to Find A Grave! Thank you soooo much for all of your hard work and effort! Those of us who don't live nearby our dearly departed depend on folks like you for our research. I was hoping that you would be willing to transfer the memorials of my ancestors to my management? Of course, if you are also a descendant, I completely understand. Here are the individuals that I am interested in: Rebecca Drusilla Swearingen Tomlinson (#84968251), Joseph Tomlinson (#84967807), Elizabeth Walker Swearingen (#84970500), Van B Swearingen (#84970325), Rebecca Isaac Walker (#84970789), Charles Walker (#84970675), Alice Major Walker (#84971052), Daniel Walker (#84970949).

Thanks again!
Jessica (#47710482)

Added by Jessica on Sep 16, 2017 6:47 PM

Adolphus Finnell, et al
Thanks so much, Becky, for sending me the newspaper notices for Dolphus, Ira, Ida, and Angeline. Much appreciated. Please send others when you come across them, and I'll be quick to post them.


Added by DVF on Sep 05, 2017 5:00 AM

Charlene King
Daniel Doan, III Find A Grave Memorial# 67267753
Hi Becky. Just thought I would let you know that the death date for Daniel may be incorrect. I just found a record from Quaker Monthly Meeting which list Daniel's birth as 24 Eleventh month 1687. Prior to 1752 the Quaker 11th month was January! This followed the Julian calendar. It was not until 1752 that the 1st month became January.

Thanks for all the work you do! Your cousin - Charlene Doane King

Added by Charlene King on Sep 03, 2017 10:11 AM

Paul Hedren
Captain Jack Crawford
Hi Becky,

That's a nice addition for the Captain Jack page. I'll see what I can do.


Added by Paul Hedren on Sep 03, 2017 8:02 AM

Sandy Stokes
Elias Doan
Sorry Becky I put Elias Doan picture in wrong place can you remove it? I think only the manager can do this. I don't know how. Sandy

Added by Sandy Stokes on Aug 17, 2017 2:16 PM

Elizabeth Martha Edwards Moran

Take a look at Memorial No. 181860916. One of the photos of the marker posted there looks strikingly similar to the photo you posted to Memorial No. 45331461. Memorial No. 181860916 is obviously a duplicate of Memorial No. 45331461. Good Gracious Ignatius has posted a cemetery deletion request for the incorrect "Maplewood Cemetery" of Lyons. I thought any complaint of photo-theft ought to be filed by the one stolen from.

Added by DSH on Jul 31, 2017 10:36 PM

Laura Grover
Catherine Carberry Tedrow
Would you please keep my name and email address attached to your Catherine Carberry Tedrow file? She is the only child of my Irish immigrant that we do not have a photo of. Perhaps during your genealogy endeavors you might run across one. If so, I would be deeply grateful for a copy.
Happy Trails,
Laura Grover (

Added by Laura Grover on Aug 23, 2015 10:07 AM

Linda Tomlinson
Rachel Tomlinson Dau of Joseph
Hi Becky, My name is Linda Tomlinson. I'm researching the Tomlinson family and found a Find A Grave record that you posted for Rachel Tomlinson, daughter of Joseph Tomlinson, Find A Grave Memorial# 55628434.

You have Rachel Tomlinson's mother and Joseph's wife as Margaret Cook but I have a Quaker record that Rachel is the daughter of Joseph Tomlinson, son of Joseph Tomlinson, and Margaret, daughter of _______ Baker.

I am descended from Joseph Jr's brother, Richard.

You have her married to Moses Doan which might be true but I hesitate to assume it's correct unless I can resolve this conflict with her mother's name.

Added by Linda Tomlinson on May 05, 2015 8:00 PM

christina wheeler
chester arthur boggs grave
chester arthur boggs is not buried in the parker-boggs cemetery on caines creek. he is buried in a cemetery located behind the old oscar kazee's home place on big laurel in lawrence county, ky. i have been there and copied his info and his wife's info from their grave stones. there are a few kazees' buried there and a few boggs. arthur boggs' son stacy married my husband's sister leanore wheeler. if you would like a list of the cemetery, i can send it to you. does carrie boggs have a tombstone in the parker boggs cemetery? she is my husband's aunt. her mother della boggs is the second wife of my husband's g.father marion harrison wheeler. you have her listed as dying september 24, 1958. that is incorrect. i do not have an exact death date for her, but she died between 1908 and 1910. her son ossie was born 1906. she had another son estell who died young and he is buried in the yatesville cemetery along with mother, della. marion remarried the third time to artie justice griffith in 1910. their first child was born july 2, 1911. could you tell me where you got the info on della's death date so i can look at it? della and marion did not divorce.also, you have a listing in the parker boggs cemetery for a martha osborne b.1865, d.1915. can you tell me who she was and who she was married to. my mother was an osborn and her people are buried in the osborn cemetery on little laurel in lawrence county,ky. i have the old listing of the osborn cemetery and info on marion wheeler, etc. if you are interested. my husband is harry wheeler and his father was lon wheeler son of marion wheeler and his first wife laura mckinney. if you would like any info, just contact me. you have my e-mail. thanks. also,you may find some have my husband as being deceased on dec. 15, 1985. not so. that is our marriage date and he is very much alive. he was born 1925 and will be 90 years old on may. 20, 2015. thanks, chris wheeler

Added by christina wheeler on Feb 19, 2015 11:56 AM

Mary S. Scott
Maria Anglemire Tedrow
Dear Becky,

Received your note with the biography data for Maria. I revised it a bit to clarify family members and relationships.

There is some confusion about the state where Maria was born. In the 1850 U.S. Federal Census, Maria's birthplace is also listed as New York but the 1880 U.S. Federal Census and her actual death record state she was born in Pennsylvania.

Part of the problem is that the family of Emmanuel Anglemire lived on the border between Pennsylvania and New York State for a while. I would have to review the information I have on this family to make a better determination. One of the problems seems to be that the family moved around a lot.

Emmanuel Anglemire never seemed to be in one spot for that long of a time.

I have a copy of the autobiography of Ephraim Anglemire and also the Civil War Pension Record for Ephraim and Daniel Tedrow. I will try to check out these sources for further confirmation.

Maybe we can compare notes in the future and see what we both know about Maria.

Best wishes,

Mary Scott

Added by Mary S. Scott on Nov 15, 2014 1:45 AM

Fran Moritz-Booth
Hazel Vern Crary
Hi you know where Hazel was buried was it in Arizona? I was also wondering if anyone knows what happened to all his genealogy research and notes. was it donated somewhere? Let me know if you know. I am his Great neice, and grandaughter of his brother Frank Glenn Crary.

Thanks - Fran Moritz-Booth

Added by Fran Moritz-Booth on Apr 11, 2014 1:02 PM

RE: Aaron S. Doan #127024655
Hi Becky! Aaron's wife, Naomi Barton, was my 3x great aunt. I got copies of their death certificates from the PA Archives because I could not figure out where they were buried either. They had five children; Myrtle, Grace, William, George and Ira. Aaron's death certificate states that he was 'handled' by H.J. Deckard, the undertaker in Marysville, (which was right down the street from Chestnut Grove Cemetery, and now owned by another family) but it says his place of burial is Harrisburg, PA, on October 30, 1915. I suspect he was buried in East Harrisburg Cemetery, since that is where most of the Doan family is as well. Their son, George, provided the information to the local registar and probably handled the arrangements. However, Naomi passed away before Aaron, and prior to her death, she was living in Marysville with their son, William, and his family. So her death certificate, with information provided by William, states that she was buried in Chestnut Grove in Marysville, on February 12, 1915. I would bet that William is buried in Chestnut Grove, too.
It is my understanding that the state keeps track of deaths, but the county keeps track of burials, so the only way to know for sure would be to check the records at the Dauphin and Perry County courthouses. Hope that helps!

Added by rjsko on Mar 30, 2014 10:00 PM

Aaron S. Doan #127024655
Hi Becky! I have a copy of his death certificate, and it states that his remains were buried in Harrisburg. Please contact me.

Added by rjsko on Mar 30, 2014 10:44 AM


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