|Moonstone||RE: Florence E Morgan Dupee|
Hello! Pine Grove Cemetery in Falmouth was my first cemetery taking pics and unfortunately, I wasn't able to capture the GPS for the gravesites, so finding it again may be a challenge. Perhaps you could call the office to inquire who else is buried in the plot and get an exact location/directions as to where it's located? With the location info, I would be happy to revisit the site & photograph the backside next time I'm in the area. 😀
Added by Moonstone on Sep 18, 2017 4:57 AM
|Brian McConnell UE||3 Bower Memorials|
Please change location of burial to Christ Church Cemetery in Shelburne, Nova Scotia from Christ Church Anglican Cemetery for 3 Bower memorials you list. There is only the one Christ Church in Shelburne and entries in other started in 2012 prior to your 3 Bower entries. Also your 3 Bowers are only ones shown in Christ Church Anglican and now over 30 in other.
Added by Brian McConnell UE on Aug 06, 2017 6:16 AM
|Dolores J. Rush||Morgan|
My husband's latest Morgan ancestor was Elvira Morgan Golden (18708897) and you can follow her links back to the oldest ancestor, Col. Morgan Morgan. Where do your Morgan's hale from, besides the Carolinas? Dorthy Mack of the Boone Society has published a book with Jim White on the Morgan/Strode family. It's available on Lulu.com. Daniel Boone's mother was a Morgan also.
Added by Dolores J. Rush on Jun 17, 2017 2:22 PM
|Ron Rader||Martha Chute|
Thank you so much for the transfer. It is greatly appreciated.
I will add some more info to the bio section in a few days. I found one of her sons, so will try to get them linked.
Added by Ron Rader on Jun 12, 2017 7:36 PM
While updating one of my entries, William Henry Felton, died January 1899 In New Brunswick, I noticed you have a separate entry for the same individual at a different cemetery. I have a copy of his death certificate which states Central Cemetery, often called Cheeseman. His father was my husband's 2nd great grandfather and his brother a great grandfather to my husband. If Christ Church's records differ, it really doesn't matter, either will do. Central Cemetery is in sad shape the last I saw it. William's father, Charles B Felton is also buried at Central. If possible could you transfer your William Felton to me. It would be much appreciated. I do have his Canadian birth and New York marriage certificates. I grew up in New Brunswick, visit the cemeteries on trips to the area, and try to keep up with all the family history. Thank you. Barbara Roskell, Viera, Florida Check out my Ancestry file.
Added by BarbaraR on Jun 11, 2017 3:56 PM
|millie starr||William and Susan Dickey|
I agree with all of the fun things you have said, being a committed family history nut and a person who has been the one in charge of publishing records for more than ten local cemeteries I can see that you tell it like it is.
You are given as the creator of Susan Van Buskirk Dickey b 1810 and dying 1882. Her record and her husband's /William C. Dickey are shown to be in Plot D:19. Perhaps the simplest question is, is the CW marker for the younger William Dickey in D19? He is a son of the older one so could be.
I know you did only her grave and another man named Charles did the husband. But they show her husband to be in the picture of a Civil War marker that I think is their son. On her record you show her husband as a Captain and the one who is on the stone showing from other records for that man show him as a man more age appropriate to being a Sargent. The Soldiers and Sailors System show his name William Dickey twice in the records of the 25th Maine.
Any ideas as to where the other person got the idea that that CW marker belonged to her husband?
I know this is asking a lot, but it gives Find-a-Grave such a bad name to have such goofy info. I prefer to totally trust them. Thanks,
Millie Starr firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by millie starr on Jun 08, 2017 4:14 PM
|Moonstone||RE: James H. Griffin|
Thanks for the update to his memorial- Yes, it does seem like there were quite a few disinterments in Eastern & Western Cemeteries... Again, its much appreciated
Added by Moonstone on Jun 08, 2017 11:36 AM
|Moonstone||RE: James H. Griffin|
Hello Charlie- I had deleted the Memorial I had created for him at forest city and uploaded the pic to the memorial you had for him in a dif cemetery before messaging you. Again, he does NOT have a memorial at forest city yet (was deleted).
Billiongraves.com also has his memorial at forest city. https://billiongraves.com/grave/person/3560897#/ If you could please correct his burial location, that'd be swell. Thank you, fellow taphophile! :)
Added by Moonstone on Jun 08, 2017 5:00 AM
|NotYourTime||RE: Van Pelt|
Thank you for getting back to me about the deletion of the duplicated memorial. I gather Findagrave did it before I had a chance to do so. I heard from others about records being deleted without notice or others taken over by Findagrave without permission. Thank you again.
Added by NotYourTime on Jun 04, 2017 8:27 PM
Earlier this evening you indicated to me that I created a duplicated record for Margaret Sarah (nee Selover) Van Pelt (1820-1875). The original was spelt with the surname as VanPelt with no space. That is why I didn't realize that it was a duplicated.
I was about to attend to is now but, the record is gone and I did not delete it at this point. Can you please tell me what happened to it. I had her son, Isaac, connected to her and now he is not.
Can please explain how you were able to do this?
Just asking. Thanks
Added by NotYourTime on May 31, 2017 9:35 PM
|Janet LaMotte||RE: Josephine Mathilda Wissman|
Correct maiden name added. Thanks for correction.
Added by Janet LaMotte on May 05, 2017 6:44 AM
|MN||Sallie Hungerford Chandler|
One of the things I like about getting edits is that I try to find other updates. You might want to take another look at her memorial and see if it looks alright to you. I think I had one of the census incorrect, but lbelieve I have the right ones now.
Added by MN on Apr 12, 2017 2:18 PM
|MN||Sallie Hungerford Chandler|
I kept looking after sending first message and found enough proof in 1880 census with her father showing Sarah L. I will add to bio.
Added by MN on Apr 12, 2017 6:40 AM
|MN||Sallie Hungerford Chandler|
Please send documented proof that her name is Sarah Lee. I do know that Gilbert Chandler's first wife was Susan per marriage record, but marriage to Sallie shows Sallie as does her DC and all but one census. Not saying you are wrong. Just need proof and I will change.
Added by MN on Apr 12, 2017 5:56 AM
|Mary Lou Winroth||Samuel Herbert Collins|
I love it that you are detail oriented and trying to get the records as best as possible!!!! I, too, try to do that.
I have corrected my record of Samuel Herbert Collins to say he was born in Middleboro, Plymouth, MA. Thank you.
My maiden name is Covington and I live in Massachusetts. Are you a Covington? a Collins?
Best, Mary Lou
Added by Mary Lou Winroth on Apr 02, 2017 9:44 AM
|C Yocom||RE: Memorial 125365768|
Thank you very much, Charlie. I'll be looking for those Van Tines!
Added by C Yocom on Mar 16, 2017 9:53 PM
|C Yocom||Memorial 125365768|
You have a photo of a christening for John Vantine posted to this memorial. Did you find that online or from actual microfilm records (microfilm is going to disappear soon!)? I very much appreciate your entries for the Vantine/ Van Tine family.
Carol Van Tine Yocom
Added by C Yocom on Mar 16, 2017 7:37 AM
|Moonstone||RE: Catherine Kerrigan|
Thank you!! Most appreciated :)
Added by Moonstone on Mar 07, 2017 5:17 AM
|C Yocom||Question re Charles Fisher|
Would you please check the text for this memorial. One of the dates must be wrong because both can't be right. When you entered these dates, did you do so from the actual stone or from cemetery records?
Added by C Yocom on Feb 12, 2017 9:48 AM
|Carole Elizabeth Nurmi Cummings # 47178231||Quick Quick Question|
I would love to have the formula to have a link to an individual's profile. Would also love a formuala so that I can make a link to a website such as dutchdoorgenealogy.com. Thanks for sending me those ... would be quite helpful.
Added by Carole Elizabeth Nurmi C... on Feb 08, 2017 9:20 AM
|Carole Elizabeth Nurmi Cummings # 47178231||YOU truly are doing a WONDERFUL job!|
Cannot thank you enough for taking the time to add pertinent bio information. It will help many on the road to developing their family trees!
Deep appreciation is being sent your way! You are the BEST!
Added by Carole Elizabeth Nurmi C... on Feb 08, 2017 9:02 AM
|tracy sweet||Christopher M Belknap|
Hi my name isTracy Sweet Camelio. On August 6th 1999 I had a heart transplant! Christopher's family gave me the gift of life!! I just want to thank them! I want them to hear Christopher's heart beating inside me!!
Added by tracy sweet on Jan 15, 2017 8:15 PM
We communicated awhile ago re: Riverside Cemetery,Cape Elizabeth,Cumberland,ME. I have made a considerable number of entries there and came across a duplicate you may want to look at. Find A Grave #83304623 and Find A Grave #60304213. We have added a few photos to the cemetery showing the seasons. They are in addition to the great ones you took. I think you might like them.
Added by NoraK on Jan 08, 2017 9:00 AM
|Linda Munroe Hart||Find A Grave Memorial# 133041093 Deborah Hogg|
I would like to question the parents of Deborah Munroe Hogg. On the page it lists William Munroe and Mary Pettit (my 3d great grandparents). Nothing would make me happier than to identify Deborah as their daughter. But today I went on Novascotiagenealogy.com and found the death registra listing the parents of Deborah Hogg as being a Moses and Charlotte Munro. I have many Munroes in my database and have nothing on them.
Of course it could be an error in the Death Register, but I would love to know what proof if any that she is the daughter of William and Mary Pettit Munroe. I have 5 children for them: John, Charlotte, Amelia, Daniel(my 2nd g-grandfather) , and George.
Thank you for all the work you do. It is so helpful. - Linda Munroe Hart, Clinton, Massachusetts
Added by Linda Munroe Hart on Jan 01, 2017 3:24 PM
|Annie||Mrs. John McBain|
Wanted to give you some additional information about Mrs. John McBain that is buried in Willow Grove Cemetery. Her given name is Ellen Davis. She was born in England. I know her mother's name was Letitia but don't have her father's name. She married my ancestor John MacBain who at the time was living in Indiana. They were married on February 2, 1854 in New Brunswick, NJ. Witnesses to the marriage were her mother Mrs. Davis and a Miss Walker who was living in their household at the time. A Rev. Alfred Stubbs preformed the ceremony. John's age is listed as 25 and Ellen is listed as 22 at the time.
Unfortunately Ellen died on April 18th, 1854 and was buried on April 19 1854. I have no idea what she died from although I am still in the process of finding that out. Again, Alfred Stubbs did her funeral. If I find out anything else I will let you know. Thanks so much. Anne Maesaka
Added by Annie on Dec 03, 2016 11:53 AM