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The Ancestor Hunter (#46853198)
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RFB Jenkins 🌸
Forbes
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I can never tell you how much I appreciate your kindness.

God Bless,
Bobbi

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Added by RFB Jenkins 🌸 on Sep 13, 2017 1:19 PM

Deb McCallister
RE: Martha Braun Suggestion
I found Martha. I sent her birth date in Indiana per the IL death record. Thanks.

Added by Deb McCallister on Aug 29, 2017 10:47 PM

Deb McCallister
RE: Martha Braun Suggestion
I inputted the dates, etc. but I guess it didn't go through. Sometimes that link just spins and spins. I will have to try and find her again, do you remember if she was in IL? I have been working on an entire cemetery linking families, etc. Thanks.

Added by Deb McCallister on Aug 29, 2017 9:28 PM

Ronni Croft
Sarah and Samuel Croft photo
Roger! I didn't have this photo, do you have the original? Anthony, Ks history museum just sent a photo of this photo to me this week! They are going through tubs of photos to scan them.

Added by Ronni Croft on Aug 26, 2017 9:53 PM

Ronni Croft
Sarah and Samuel Croft photo
Roger! I didn't have this photo, do you have the original? Anthony, Ks history museum just sent a photo of this photo to me this week! They are going through tubs of photos to scan them.

Added by Ronni Croft on Aug 26, 2017 9:53 PM

Kevin Tonkin
RE: Chevrolet suggestion
The Calvary one is complete made of brass however. The Mt. Elliot marker is incomplete and granite which I believe is nothing more than a memorial marker next to her husband who may have bought the two plots and had markers placed before her death hoping she would be buried next to him or something like that. It may have been later updated with her death date by a nearby family member.

I understand there may not be two graves for one person, but the one that is filled with the person should have the spouse tied to it.

I have a great-uncle who fought, died and was buried in Mesopotamia (Iraq) 1915 but has a marker in England.

Added by Kevin Tonkin on Aug 23, 2017 6:51 PM

Kevin Tonkin
RE: Chevrolet suggestion
We have people here in Niles who knew her personally. She lived in Niles, as did the Dodge Brothers and Montgomery Wards. I have also found several contributors posting duplicate grave sites from obits but not actually getting photos of the markers. I felt this site was for graves not obits. And accuracy is important.

Facebook conversation is found: https://www.facebook.com/groups/263439923682065/permalink/2031653033527403/?comment_id=2032530916772948¬if_t=group_comment_reply¬if_id=1503509664201561

Niles Daily Star obit:
http://www.leaderpub.com/2009/06/05/rose-g-chevrolet-19132009/

Added by Kevin Tonkin on Aug 23, 2017 6:20 PM

Nancy Mundell
Bio for Samuel Mundell
I am Nancy Mundell, wife of James Mundell, in the bio of my husband's great -great grandfather Samuel, the first mention of his first wife's maiden name is Babb you have it as Rabb, I would appreciate it if you could or would transfer the memorial to me and all excluded pictures of headstone, etc. I appreciate all your vast work, and our family thanks you, if this is not possible we will of course understand, I just have 72 memorials nothing like you have. Thank you so much I don ' thank know how many Mundell or any other of our family members that you do have... Nancy Mundell and family

Added by Nancy Mundell on Jul 02, 2017 3:06 PM

cw-sawyers
Samuel Sawyer 15079778
I believe that this is Samuel Sawyer of the IL 77 Inf, Co. D.
The other son who served was Jesse, also IL 77 Inf. Co. D.

Samuel was Lunsford 10 in 1850 and S. 20 in 1860.
Jesse was Isaac 8 in 1850 and Jesse 18 in 1860.
Simeon was 4 in 1850 and simon 14 in 1860.

Lemuel was not mentioned in 1850. Possibly a cousin from NC. Likely the Lemuel d. 2JAN1861; possibly the son killed by a locomotive.

In the 1860, the family is "Lawyer".

Added by cw-sawyers on Jun 21, 2017 6:16 AM

Anita
Buckingham
Thank you

Added by Anita on Jun 07, 2017 5:15 PM

William K. Muth
RE: Isaac M Forbes Jr
The cemetery census must have been in error. Perhaps handwriting was misread. Family records found on Ancestry indicate this. Also, I posted the grave marker for Henretta and her son Isaac (same stone). That was the only one I was able to take before the landowner ran us off. She was quite unfriendly.

Added by William K. Muth on May 30, 2017 5:50 PM

Kevin Frye Andersonville Historian
RE: Jere. Kennedy
Always glad to get things as historically correct as possible. Its heart wrenching to me when a veteran is buried under a headstone that does not identify him correctly.

Kevin
Andersonville Historian

Added by Kevin Frye Andersonville ... on May 25, 2017 7:00 PM

Laura D.
RE: Owen Davis
You're welcome! Thanks for being a great contributor to the hunt for the past!!

Added by Laura D. on Mar 27, 2017 6:37 PM

Bonnie Martin Cornish
Thomas Brownfield - Mt. Moriah Cem
Did you see the other memorial - it has an awesome
photos of the stones - do you think they should be merged?

Added by Bonnie Martin Cornish on Mar 25, 2017 6:03 AM

Kathi Lynn King
Amanda Bane
Amanda Jane Rose Bane memorial # 16836595 died as Amanda Vernon on Sept 18 1940 and is Buried in Belle Vernon Cemetery With her parents George and Sarah Rose. Her pa death certificate # 116375. She is on the 1920 census with her 3rd husband Newton Vernon who die in 1929. on the 1930 & 1940 census she is in the Washington County home as Amanda Vernon.

Added by Kathi Lynn King on Mar 23, 2017 1:53 PM

Janet
RE: Thomas Barecock II
Thank you! I really appreciate you leaving me this message. I added flowers to his site tonight.

Added by Janet on Jan 22, 2017 7:22 PM

Shelly
RE: Evan Morgan ancestors
That's fantastic!!!! I'll check it out.

Merry Christmas!!!!

Shelly

You wrote:

Evan Morgan ancestors
Go to Find A Grave Memorial# 174201606
and click on the links back.

I have add his and his fathers. The links now go back to Dafydd Grufydd.

I've not built any of his descendants yet.

Added by Shelly on Dec 24, 2016 5:25 PM

Shelly
RE: Rhydderch
As for other names ... most likely Morgans and spouses, children, etc. I haven't gotten in to the search yet on Findagrave.com ... so I have no specifics ... I can always contact you for each one ... it's up to you.

Shelly

You wrote:

Rhydderch
How are you tied to the Rhyderrch name and what photos of other surnames will you be adding to your tree?

Added by Shelly on Dec 19, 2016 10:39 AM

Shelly
RE: Rhydderch
My husband is a Morgan descendant. His paternal grandmother was Justine Morgan.

Her father was John Wesley Morgan 1878-1966
John Harrison Morgan
John Harrison Morgan 1794-1875
Enos Morgan 1765-1835
Evan Morgan
Enoch Morgan
Abel Morgan 1673-1722
Morgan Rhydderch
Rhydderch Dafydd
Dafydd Grufydd


You wrote:

Rhydderch
How are you tied to the Rhyderrch name and what photos of other surnames will you be adding to your tree?

Added by Shelly on Dec 19, 2016 10:04 AM

Shelly
Rees Rhyddracks - Find A Grave Memorial# 9308341
Thank you for posting the photo of Rees Rhyddracks grave stone. I'm wondering if you would grant me permission to place the photo of his grave stone (and any other photos of ancestors you have posted) on my Ancestry.com file. I post credit on the description box for the photo giving credit to the photographer. I have no interest in the photo for anything other than genealogical purposes.

Thanks so much for your consideration.

Shelly

Added by Shelly on Dec 18, 2016 4:48 PM

LarryW
RE: Hanniman
Hi,
You may have already seen my other note by now, but I found a notice of J.B. Hanniman's death in the December 26, 1897 L.A. Herald, saying that he died at the home of his daughter, Ida Herzog. It didn't give the exact date of his death, but it was presumably within a couple of days of the notice.

My connection to the Hannimans is very distant, linked via Julius' mother-in-law Mary Blank through a few chains of marriage.

Regards,
Larry

Added by LarryW on Dec 15, 2016 12:40 PM

TurningHearts
RE: Ann Wayne Hayman
Thanks for the insight. I would go with the family record books.

Added by TurningHearts on Nov 12, 2016 5:02 PM

TurningHearts
Ann Wayne Hayman
A findagrave volunteer has reported that the office at Old Saint David Church Cemetery at Wayne, Pa. contends that the above is not on their records.
You have much information at the memorial.

Two others reported similar results for other graves the same cemetery????

Strange!
Judy

Added by TurningHearts on Nov 11, 2016 6:37 PM

Karen L (Gregory) Largent
RE: John Buckingham
Hi, I see that they are for two different people now. Thanks for showing me my error. And thanks for your great work!

Karen

Added by Karen L (Gregory) Large... on Nov 01, 2016 11:24 AM

fay Hall
Mary Mattox Peak, 6-6-1876 - 1910
Mary is my maternal grandmother and I have search and search all the cemeteries in Fairfield and Kershaw Counties, South Carolina and cannot find any information concerning her grave.
She had a twin sister, Martha Mattox Peak and I have found her grave and also Mary's husband, Henry Tally Peak, 3-Dec 1873 - 1949, Fairfield County. If you could help me find her grave site, it would be appreciated and I am also willing to pay a fee for the information. I need this for DAR application.

Thanks Fay Hall. My email address is fayhall5@gmail.com

Added by fay Hall on Oct 05, 2016 1:41 PM

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