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I descend from a few of our Founding Fathers here in the USA. My family on both parents sides- and four grandparents- and their parents before them- all date back to/ or before the American Revolutionary War. In the process of searching my family tree I hope I can also help others searching their family trees. As I find information out in regards to my ancestors, and also finding information in regards to others- associated with my family- it is my intent to share - to help one another out. ********* Main Family Surnames- ADAMS, FIELDS, FINK, KIBLER, PEYTON, TOMPKINS********* -PLEASE- if you are REQUESTING A TRANSFER/and/or Find any Errors or Added Bio Info-PLEASE Feel Free to Contact Me. BUT PLEASE PLEASE- USE THE EDIT TAB on the Top RIGHT CORNER OF MEMORIALS. Under Suggestion- please leave your request or suggestions. AND PLEASE- Thank You and Please- and showing kindness goes a long way with me and society in general. THANK YOU*********GENEALOGY FAMILY MYSTERY-HELP WANTED-PLEASEI have 2 mysteries in my family tree- Where are they buried?? Sgt. Moses Adams Nov 30 1748-June 28 1778- he fought in the American Revolutionary War in Massachusetts. Continental Pay Accounts June 21,1777 thru June 28, 1778. Marked June 28, 1778 reported Died. Died in Battle of Monmouth County Courthouse, NJ. Is also on the Muster Roles in Valley Forge March 1778 and May 1778. WHERE IS HIS FINAL RESTING PLACE? Mary Angeline "Angeline" (Whetzel)Fink Feb 1 1889-Jan 21 1916. Daughter of Cornelius & Matilda Whetzel, wife of Samuel R Fink. She died 2 days after giving birth- in Keyser, Mineral County, WV. WHERE IS HER FINAL RESTING PLACE?********* PHOTOGRAPHS-Please feel free to use any photographs I have taken or posted on FindAGrave for Genealogy, non-profit use ONLY. THANKING YOU.********* DEAR ANCESTORYour Tombstone stands among the rest:neglected and alone.The name and date are chiseled outOn polished, marbled stone. It reaches out to all who care its too late to mourn. You did not know that I exist You died and I was born.Yet each of us are cells of you In flesh, in blood, in bone.Our blood contracts and beats a pulse Entirely not our own. Dear Ancestor, the place you filled One Hundred years ago Spreads out among the ones you left Who would have loved you soI wonder if you lived and loved,I wonder if you knew That someday I would find this spot.and come to visit you.--- 1906 by Walter Butler Palmer|
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|Life's a garden. Dig it!||RE: Maud Mathias Ryan Memorial# 82857836|
No problem! You have her as Icy Maud Mathias Rayburn, which is correct, on 82789934. The other, mentioned above in the title, has an incorrect surname and is the duplicate. Thank you!
|Deborah Copeland-Thacker||Bobby Lynn Hilderbran|
There are two Find-a-Grave Memorials for this young Hilderbran. Yours dated Dec 6, 2011 and one created by Gloria Kidder on December 11, 2011, Memorial #81803718. Thought you would like to know of the duplication.
|Shirley Honaker||RE: John Peter Binau 104574065|
Sorry, thought I had an obit. My short note was for his father.
John Peter Binau Jr. came to America in 1847 with his parents Johann Peter Binau and Anna Barbara Marguardt and all of his brothers and sisters.
Anna Katherine Binau Windau
Anna Margaretha Binau Wiedel
Johann George Binau
Eve Elizabetha Binau Wolf
Anna Barbara Binau Chadwick
Johannas Binau, Sr.
Eva Maria Binau Frey
Elizabetha Barbara Binau
John married Christiana Eiserling April 13, 1858 in Wyandot Co., Ohio. They had four children:
Peter Binau, George J. Binau, John christopher Binau and Rosanna L. Binau Faylor. She died Aug. 21, 1864 in Miffin Twp, Wyandot Co., Ohio.
John second married Carolina Friederica Binau.
John died Sept. 14, 1891 in Miffin Twp, Wyandot Co. and Carolina died March 10, 1892 in Miffin Twp, Wyandot Co., Ohio
|Sandra McPike McGee||RE: John Peter Binau #104574065|
I deleted the photo but am now trying to figure out where the article from google books belongs. Any suggestions?
|Mona Charles Workman||Hattie Charles Rowe|
Thank you so much for the immediate attention & changes for my cousins memorial page! Wow! She is now linked to her parents and spouse. You processed this in less than a couple of hours after my request. I cannot thank you enough. Mona
|T.V.F.T.H.||Lloyd Cochran duplicate|
Hello! I was told by another contributor that you created a duplicate memorial for Lloyd Cochran. Is there a reason why you won't delete the duplicate? I am happy to transfer the original to you, but only after the duplicate is deleted. Just let me know.
|Rebecca Smith||Maxwell P Suttle|
I noticed you created the memorial for Maxwell Suttle. Can you help me if you have any info or where I might find the info on his parents. Maxwell is my gg grandfather. Thank you!
|Neil ||Montgomery, Johannis & Ann Eliza See... and others|
Hi.... I noticed you have Montgomery & Ann Eliza See and his father, Johnannis See as being buried in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. How did you come across this information? Do you have a lot number for them. I went to Sleepy Hollow Cemetery today as well as the associated Dutch Reformed and 2nd Reformed church cemeteries looking for these three and they do not have record for them. I would really like to find their grave sites..... There are several SEEs in the cemetery at Sleepy Hollow so if you can help with locating them, that would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Neil on Jun 02, 2017 6:57 PM
Thank you for the transfer of Josephine Johnson. Your kindness is appreciated.
|Mrs. Bee||Mary Dozier|
Will you please contact me privately at email@example.com about Mary Dozier?
Added by Mrs. Bee on May 17, 2017 10:57 AM
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