|Cheryl White||Rose Annette Castor, 146714612|
I have updated Rose's page in Mount Hope Cemetery, Topeka, and I'm working on her husband's.
Thanks for the links you sent for her page.
Added by Cheryl White on May 22, 2017 5:36 AM
|Ellen Bishop||RE: Thanks so much|
Thank you I copied that to his memorial, I wonder what Indians they were rounding up and yes, how did did he get buried in Bell Fourche? I have a friend who may know something about this situation I will send him details and see what he knows.
Added by Ellen Bishop on May 21, 2017 11:03 PM
|Ellen Bishop||Thanks so much|
for the information on Milton Frost , it is always so good to find out more about my memorials. Makes me curious about his Indian expeditions!
Added by Ellen Bishop on May 21, 2017 2:40 PM
|Celese Moore Dodge||RE: Memorial # 86472825|
His grave is in the Captain William Moore Cemetery in Mattie aka Blaine, Kentucky on the old Moore Farm Homestead. Here is the link to the cemetery page: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GSvcid=454328&GRid=104139258&CRid=2481688&
The correct information and memorial is: Memorial# 104139258.
This person plus a lot of cousins help take care of the cemetery and does the family genealogy for that side with help from us fairly new cousins in genealogy, like me.
Added by Celese Moore Dodge on May 16, 2017 11:26 PM
|Carl W. McBrayer||Infant Son|
Actually I have already recorded the second child (Infant Son) Evans... my memory is sometimes not the best...
Added by Carl W. McBrayer on May 14, 2017 8:42 PM
|Carl W. McBrayer||Double Grave?|
Becky... I can't make it out memorial 30078038 but is there another death date below "infant son." Also with my transfers today you might want to check any possible duplicates... Good Luck
Added by Carl W. McBrayer on May 14, 2017 8:37 PM
I should have asked - where are Felix Emil and Pedro Thedore buried so I can connect them to Emilie.
Added by Linda Holley on May 10, 2017 8:28 AM
I have a lot of info on his Civil War service on my tree if you are interested. His two sons enlisted at the same time. I have some of their records.
Here is my email address - ljholley at gmail.com
Added by Linda Holley on May 10, 2017 8:25 AM
|Linda Holley||Peter Thadddaus Heldt|
Are you connected to the Held family? This Peter was my adopted Grandmother's grandfather whom she never knew about. Her father always told her he had come to America with a brother and a sister and had left their parents in Germany. I have done this research on the family for my precious Grandmother. I just wish I had done it while she was alive.
Linda Holley firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Linda Holley on May 10, 2017 5:11 AM
|Ruth Briggs||RE: Frank Armstrong|
Becky I can't thank you enough for doing this for me. I really appreciate it more than you know.
Added by Ruth Briggs on May 09, 2017 12:13 PM
|Ruth Briggs||RE: Bertha or Millie Armstrong|
It says it is 5 miles south and 2 miles west of Hamilton. Near Utopia its just a small cemetery. Not very many people buried there.
Added by Ruth Briggs on May 09, 2017 12:09 PM
|Ruth Briggs||Bertha or Millie Armstrong|
Becky if you ever go to library would you check and see if a Bertha or Millie Armstrong died on Aug 28, 1885. I think this is the baby daughter of James and Mary Armstrong. She is buried in Homer Cemetery next to my great great grandmother Mary Jane Armstrong. It says Millie on stone but that would have been her grand daughter. In the obit of Mary P Armstrong it said she was a year old but this baby died when she was 5 months old. If you don't have time that's ok. I was just trying to find the parents of Millie. Millie was also the nick name of my great great grandmother. Thanks
Added by Ruth Briggs on May 09, 2017 7:25 AM
|Ruth Briggs||RE: Frank Armstrong|
Becky I didn't see an obit. But his parents James Varner and mother Mary P Livingston are buried in Janesville Cemetery . They don't have stones either. Thanks again I appreciate you going the extra mile.
Added by Ruth Briggs on May 09, 2017 6:59 AM
|Ruth Briggs||Frank Armstrong|
Thank you for your efforts. I really would like an obit if there is one. But I understand if you don't have time. Yes a lot of the relatives were too poor to put markers on. It's a shame if I had the money I would correct that problem. My cousins and I have bought five for my grandpa's mother and his brothers and a sister. But now we live on SS an it doesn't go very far. I live in Okla so I will never be able to make it up there.
Added by Ruth Briggs on May 08, 2017 8:35 PM
|Ruth Briggs||Frank Armstrong|
Thank you so much for trying. I appreciate your efforts.
Added by Ruth Briggs on May 08, 2017 8:05 PM
Have put up photos of all but two of the Worcester stones - in all cases the name was spelled Worcester. There is also a correct memorial for Mary C. Worcester with name spelled correctly (as it is on the stone - there is no "h" on stone.)
Added by Shirley on May 08, 2017 3:47 PM
|Linda Trammell||Re: Martin W. Bates|
Thank you so much for prompt response!
Added by Linda Trammell on May 07, 2017 6:26 PM
|Ronnie||RE: Staten Island Doans|
no just a newspaper article of her death on Staten Island and that she was a widow of John Doan
There is an Augustus who lived there
Added by Ronnie on May 07, 2017 8:59 AM
|Ronnie||Staten Island Doans|
Elizabeth Doan a widow of John died on Castleton Staten Island in 1826. Do you have any idea how she and Augustus are related? I ask because I would like to know why she is listed in a Brooklyn directory the year before as Elizabeth Doan widow living at same address as Stephen Doan. I am trying to find out Stephen's parents or siblings
Added by Ronnie on May 05, 2017 1:34 PM
|cynthia548||RE: Memorial 52153485|
Sorry for the late reply - computer was in repair!
Thank you for transferring but as for finding the graves themselves, I have a huge part of my family in this graveyard and it is knee deep in long grass with tiny, tiny gravestones for the most part.
If you want to give me some names I will keep an eye open, because I have more people to find again! So When I have time which will not be for three months probably as I will be in hospital for Stem Cell treatment, I will try and see if I see your names. Some graves have just numbers and even my Mother thought that the graveyard had been emptimes and all the old bones put into a common grave years ago. As far as I can see this is not the case, but my Mother died in 2001! So the information is really hard to confirm. My email is cynthia 548 at gmail dot com.
Added by cynthia548 on Apr 26, 2017 4:26 AM
|Eric Henderson||RE: Charlotte Adelaide Waggoner|
BTW, I am proud to be a member of the Doan clan.
Okay, I did the edits to attach the parents, and while doing that, added Samuel Woodwards middle name, Webb. I guess it will be a couple days to process by the powers that be. My Doan's go back to John Doane b. 1585 or 90 in England, died in Eastham, New Plymouth, N.England. You probably have much more Doan information?thanks,Eric
Added by Eric Henderson on Apr 17, 2017 10:53 PM
|Eric Henderson||Charlotte Adelaide Waggoner|
Saw your site:
and saw many children I didn't know about, but did not see my ancestor, Ester Mary Mira Woodward, b Feb 24, 1857. This has been in my records about 25 years now, I probably transcribed the old Bibles myself. Esther was my g. grandmother, and the aunt of my grandfather, my probable original source. I've had the Waggoners and Woodwards and Doan(e)s, etc.
Please confirm for me if you can, Ester as the older sister of Capitola Alvoretta Woodward; and parented by Samuel Webb Woodward and Charlotte Adelaide Waggoner.
Added by Eric Henderson on Apr 17, 2017 12:18 AM
|Leo Hickman||RE: William Hanford|
Thanks for the speedy response! I can explain all, but would rather do so via email. Please can you email me at...
leo DOT hickman AT carbonbrief DOT org
Added by Leo Hickman on Apr 16, 2017 2:53 PM
|Leo Hickman||William Hanford|
I'm a journalist based in England researching the life of William Hanford...
In particular, I'm trying to find if an image exists of him.
I have found a lot of information (including some images of his relatives) on Ancestry, but also seen that lots of links point to your pages here on Find A Grave related to the Hanford family.
I was wondering if you have any further information/images, or suggestions for further research?
Added by Leo Hickman on Apr 16, 2017 8:04 AM
|Bob L.||RE: Baby Goff|
Hey Becky, you are welcome. Her grave is in a children's area, and a lot of them have no markers. I always feel sad when I find those. TaKe care, Bob L.
Added by Bob L. on Apr 15, 2017 7:35 PM