|G. Cubbage (#25197126)|
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I do family history and act at Renaissance and Dickens Faires in California. Hope that the pages that I have added will be of help to someone.|
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|Frances Spillman||JOHN ARMSTRONG|
Have just finished reading your Memorial on John Armstrong born to Thomas and Lady Jane Hamilton
Armstrong. I descend through John's brother, William Hamilton Armstrong born 1756. I am a member of several lineage societies and just recently became a member of Colonial Dames and Daughters of American Colonists. Would love to do a supplemental application on William Armstrong. Just wondering if you have information as to his war record in the Rev. War?
In his later life, he came to live about an hour
from where I now live in KY. Thanks for any info you might have. Frances Spillman
|JC||Grce Foster Lee|
Thanks again for the transfer. Your work on Find A Grave is greatly appreciated.
Added by JC on Oct 07, 2013 11:14 PM
|JC||Blanche Foster Yates|
Hello. I would appreciate if you could transfer her to me. Thank you.
Added by JC on Oct 06, 2013 2:21 PM
|robin hixon||Celina Green/Celina Wells - Mapleton Bourbon Co KS|
you have memorials for Celina, George and James Green in Mapleton Cemetery, Bourbon Co KS. are these relatives? next to them is another Celina family plot photo: Wells Celina & Jeremiah, Green Celina & George, James, Charles & Frankie (back) Green William.
since the first name is the same, wanted to check if these might be related, and if you want memorials in the list transferred to to you as they are created.
|Angel||RE: Thank you for your message|
Grace, you are very welcome. It was an honor to visit your Mother's memorial.
Hope you have a wonderful day. Take care.
Added by Angel on Jun 10, 2009 7:20 AM
|Bill Waters||Santa Barbara Chapel/Columbarium|
I've noticed that you have posted a good many pics of graves in Santa Barbara cemetery. I have a big favor to ask. I have a friend in Georgia that owns a funeral home. He is thinking about building a cemetery on the property. Not just a regular cemetery, but one for cremation interment only. Unlike the western part of the country, cremation has really just started becoming a very popular option for families here in the south. I visited Santa Barbara cemetery
last spring. What a beautiful cemetery. I was particularly impressed by what I call the cremation chapel – the combination columbarium/mausoleum/chapel. I told my friend about it and told him one would be very nice in his cemetery. He is interested in seeing the chapel. Would you please make some detailed pics of the inside and outside of the chapel/columbarium/mausoleum? Please make some good pics of the niches in the walls of the chapel.
|Mike Porter||Harry Lacey|
This Harry Lacey was born on Feb. 1, 1889.
His wife was Mary Lacey.
I do not have any other info.
You can check for more info at:
South Park Cemetery
405 S. East St.
Greensburg, IN 47240
|Dorothy Oksner||Grave Hunting|
I don't know if I replied to your message or not. I was in England when you wrote your note to me.
Are you related to Mr. Cubbage of sewing machine fame?