|WayneMcD||Lonnie Danielly (1892-1967)|
Re-searching the above listed name. If you have any information I would appreciate it.
Added by WayneMcD on Feb 28, 2017 7:37 AM
|L. M. Akridge||William Hancosk|
William Hancock and Elizabeth Phillips are my 7th Great Grandparents.
I am wondering how you are related to them.
My email is email@example.com.
Added by L. M. Akridge on Feb 25, 2017 6:48 PM
|connie herche||RE: Jerry Neal Flowers ~ #176152054|
Hey I would love to transfer the memorial to you. Please send me a request. Are you related to Jerry. I am friends with Gina.
Added by connie herche on Feb 24, 2017 4:39 PM
|joyce smith||Rene Chastain|
Hi, Rene Chastain born 1745 Va. is my 4th great grandfather. I would like to join the DAR on his service record. Do you have proof that he served?
Thank You for any information on Rene. Joyce Chasteen Smith
Added by joyce smith on Feb 22, 2017 6:53 AM
|Richard Tisdale||Your Memorial #82715013|
Please look at my Memorial#67711460 which I believe is the same John Pleasants, if so would you mind deleting yours. Just let me know what you think. Regards, Richard Tisdale
Added by Richard Tisdale on Feb 19, 2017 5:56 PM
|Ann Lanoue and Evan LaVan||RE: Rev. William Allen Simmons #176396869|
I'll add the pics. As the owner, you should be able to delete it yourself.
Added by Ann Lanoue and Evan LaVan on Feb 19, 2017 1:22 PM
|Ann Lanoue and Evan LaVan||William Allen Simmons|
I'm transferring this gentleman to you as he appears to be kin. Thanks for all you do. I run across your name many times. Regards, Evan
Added by Ann Lanoue and Evan LaVan on Feb 18, 2017 5:51 AM
|Robert Hunt||William Hunt Sr.|
I have been working with a genealogist on my ancestors and here is what she says in an email to me about William Hunt.
She read your story about William.
I read it...and it is attached to him on his personal page. She says he came on the ship "Abraham" but there is no passenger listing for that ship in the year of 1635 when she says he came. So I say...pretty good story there...
Next part of her story...I find rather "funny" and "total telling to me as a Land/Deed researcher" she wrote this.."in 1636 William Hunt patented lands on the western branch of the Nansemond River..."
Well Robert no one "patents land"...this patent is another name for a Deed and it would be State of Virginia to William Hunt...this if she knew what she was talking about when it came to Large Pieces of land would have written the Deed info out this way...YES it does sound neat to say he Patent land but he didn't do it. She does write a good story.
If you notice the Land Patent was dated 1636 when the same "Immigration" record stated he "Came" to the Colonies...So I know he bought the land in England "Somewhere there". These are untraceable because the purchaser's didn't want the crown to know "Where they bought it".
Now I do believe she is also "guessing on his parents". But there seems to be nothing in the form of Christening/Baptism records proving her info here that I could find. I still think the St. Mary's, Lambeth, Surrey, England makes better sense.
Added by Robert Hunt on Feb 17, 2017 2:49 PM
|Phyllis Galloway||Thomas Mims Sr|
I'm so sorry I got the father and the son mixed up it is Thomas Mims Jr. That has two different death places.
Added by Phyllis Galloway on Feb 16, 2017 10:30 AM
|Phyllis Galloway||Thomas Mims Sr|
I am looking at the death and you say that he probably died in NC but in your Birth Death at the top you say Louisiana can you tell me why you have two places. Thanks for the help. Phyllis Galloway
Added by Phyllis Galloway on Feb 16, 2017 10:20 AM
|Steve And Kathy Atkin||Son Daniel M Bonner|
Do you have a records of this being a son? Son Daniel M Bonner
Added by Steve And Kathy Atkin on Feb 12, 2017 1:59 PM
|John Van Zandt||Mims Family|
Thanks for your work with this family! Charles Burr Todd wrote a popular work, "A General History of the Burr Family." Mrs. Susan Burr Read Mims, memorial # 131991105 parents were Dr. William Read, and Eunice. Please edit this memorial to include William as her father. Thank you. John
Added by John Van Zandt on Feb 11, 2017 8:12 PM
|Maggie||Virginia Holleman Cassidy|
I do not understand why you want date of Virginia's death changed to 1970 when there is a death notice of her death from 1953 which I included on her memorial, there is a Cook County Illinois death record that states death date is 7 Aug 1953. You also want birth year changed to 1926, which is the year her California Marriage says she was born, however she is 3yrs old in the 1920 Census making her born about 1917. In the 1930 Census she is 12yrs old making her born about 1918. The 1940 Census has her 22 yrs old making her born about 1918. Maybe she changed birth year on marriage record so she would not appear so much older than Roy. Please let me know what records you have that state she died in 1970. Thanks, Maggie
Added by Maggie on Feb 10, 2017 1:42 PM
|Olivia||Edmond Jackson Horton # 63843356|
I would love to have contacted you some other way. I noticed you had Stephen Horton born in 1809, and Sarah Harper, listed as the parents of Edmond Jackson Horton. If this were true his father would have been 6 years old at the time of his birth. I don't know who his parents really were, but I'm sure this Stephen and Sarah (Harper) Horton were not. I do appreciate all of your work on Find-A-Grave.
Added by Olivia on Feb 10, 2017 2:25 AM
|Maggie||Charles Sidney Holleman 100409748|
Just found this Death Notice for Charles S Holleman which states the name of the cemetery, since you have burial as unknown on his memorial, also now know he died Jan 1974.
Charles S. Holleman, beloved husband of Lorena, nee Dennis; fond father of Charles (Rose) and the late Virginia Holleman; step-father of Mary Krueger and Barbara Jensen. Services Saturday, 1:30 p.m. Sax-Tiedemann Funeral Home 9568 Belmont Av., Franklin Park. Interment Elmwood Cemetery
Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois
Friday Jan. 18, 1974
See daughter Virginia Cassidy memorial 176113102 for Elmwood Cemetery info.
I promise this is the last message (3) that I'll send to you today! Maggie
Added by Maggie on Feb 07, 2017 5:35 PM
|Maggie||re: Cornelia Blanche Hunt Holleman|
I noticed on Cornelia Holleman's memorial 32104506 it states she died in Georgia. There is a Cook County, Illinois death record that states she died 12 March 1952 in Cook County, IL. Has name as Blanche Cornelia Holleman. Death Notice from Chicago Daily Tribune Sat. March 15, 1952:
Holleman- Blanche Cornelia Holleman, 124 S. East Avenue, Oak Park, Ill., beloved wife of Charles S. Holleman, fond mother of Peggy Ziegmont, Virginia and Charles S. Holleman, Jr. At chapel, 316 W. 63rd Street at Harvard Avenue until 8 p.m. Saturday, March 15. Services and interment Tuesday, March 18 at Atlanta, Ga.
I also found 1953 Death Notice for daughter Virginia Holleman Cassidy, created a memorial 176113102 for her and linked to parents.
Added by Maggie on Feb 07, 2017 4:40 PM
|Maggie||RE: Charles Sidney|
Per Cook County, Illinois Marriage Index, 1930-1960
Charles S. Holleman and Lorena A. Dennis married December 18, 1952.
Per employment records for Chicago and North Western Railroad, Lorena AnnaMae Dennis born Aug 13, 1904 in Coffeyville, Kansas. Father, Charles Edward Dennis, mother Mae Louise Preckwinkle.
First married and divorced Frank James Lennen, 2 daughters Mary Francis Lennen and Barbara Lennen.
Second marriage 1934 to Frank C. Bambard, divorced after 1940.
Lorena Holleman died June 1977 Social Security has last residence as River Grove, Cook, Il 60171.
Hope all is good with you, Maggie
Added by Maggie on Feb 07, 2017 3:18 PM
|Jason Barth||Carter Lineage|
I keep seeing your name listed as I am researching my ancestry. Is there a relation? My grandmother was Helen Carter Barth, Her parents were Hester Summers and Lowell Carter, Lowells father was Virgil, His father John W., then I get to Rane Carter where I first found your name posted.
I have just started this journey recently, I am 1 of 3 that would be 5x grankids to Rane. We know nothing of our lineage going back as it was never spoken about.
Added by Jason Barth on Feb 07, 2017 12:22 PM
|Catherine Carter||RE: Tommie Joseph Hancock|
Let me know if you can find it other places....I'm not sure how my Aunt ended up with it and now me....but it's been pretty cool. I've been updating Ancestry as I get time.
Tommie must be one of the other brother's son, as he does not belong to Joel and Elizabeth. Now we need to find that one out.
Talk at you later....feel free to email me if you need anything from the book or if you'd like to see my tree.
Added by Catherine Carter on Feb 06, 2017 8:43 AM
|Dixie Shacklett Hatfield||RE: Bessie W. (Westmoreland) Morris #35476576|
Bessie Westmoreland married Arland Joel Moore 2-21-1909, Pike County, GA. Bessie Moore married Thomas Alexander Morris 7-7-1918, Spalding County, GA.
Added by Dixie Shacklett Hatfield on Feb 05, 2017 4:11 PM
|Catherine Carter||Tommie Joseph Hancock|
Hi Carol, I have a book published in 1982 by Gladys Hancock Evers - Descendants of Joel Hancock 1792-1869 - Tommie is not listed as one of his children. Per this research book Joel and Elizabeth married in 1814/15. I would like to add him to my tree, but want to make sure I have a good source. Thank you. Cathy
PS my lineage is Joel, son Joel, son Henry, daughter Effie.
Added by Catherine Carter on Feb 05, 2017 11:19 AM
|Jeff Clark||Lucy Hobbs Clark|
Thanks for all you have done. Amazing job.
I was wondering where you found the year of death (1832) for Lucy Hobbs Clark (daughter of Frederick and Katherine Barker Hobbs) who died in Sussex County.
Added by Jeff Clark on Jan 31, 2017 2:56 PM
Could you please give me some directions to the Hunt Cemetery in Milner, Lamar Co., GA? I am wanting to visit the cemetery from the northeast Georgia area.
Added by Sandra Couch on Jan 30, 2017 7:07 PM
|DAWN LAWLOR||Charles S Holleman|
Hello my name is Dawn Holleman Lawlor. My father is James Holleman and my grandfather is Charles S Holleman married to Rose Irene Furcon.
I was looking at the find a grave page and see there is a nickname for my grandfather. My father passed away in 2008 but I never heard anyone call him Buddy. Just curious. I have a whole photo album of pictures of his sisters Peggy and Virginia, his time as a soldier etc.
Just wondering about the nickname and how you are connected. I was also wondering how we correct some of the spellings in the obituary on his page.
Added by DAWN LAWLOR on Jan 29, 2017 7:15 AM
|Setex Steve||RE: Double Memorials for Henry Q Bice and wife|
Georgia Girl, I believe that your Henry Quincy Bice memorial is the same Henry Quincy Bice that we have a memorial for in Desota Parish, LA. I have his father as John Caswell Bice (1795 - 1879) and his mother as Elizabeth Childs Bice (b. 1800 - d. 1868). Let me know if I can help further.
Added by Setex Steve on Jan 27, 2017 9:11 AM