|Joe Fulton (#46785247)|
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I have been researching my family history since 1978. I am an educator and coach in Oregon. I am married to a wonderful woman and have three beautiful children.|
Feel free to use any of my photos. I don't care if you credit me or not.
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|AAW||James Fulton, Evergreens|
I have looked twice (once in summer once in late fall) for James Fulton's footstone in Evergreens Cemetery (Brooklyn) and never found it. Unfortunately some of the footstones, which are flush to the ground, have sunk or are overgrown , so it is likely that James' footstone is one of those. But I did post a picture of the Actors' Fund general monument, since he is buried in that section, on his memorial.
Added by AAW on Jan 08, 2017 9:50 PM
|Susan Hutton||Grace Forrette Fulton|
I'm the daughter of Joan Balderree, granddaughter of Elsie Forrette Balderree. Aunt Gracie was my grandmother's sister.
I'm trying to correct Gracie's biological mother who died when she was a baby. Her name was Wilhelmine Forrett (no e - Minnie). She is buried in the Knights of Phythias Cemetery in Black Hawk, CO. - findagrave # 19455314.
I thank you so much for adding family history to Gracie's information. It's been an adventure trying to find missing pieces. Wilhelmine is still one of those and I don't want her to be forgotten.
I have an old sewing sampler passed onto me from Elsie that lists Wilhelmine's name as Buhmann. I'm beginning to think she ended up with a different name when she migrated to the U.S. from Germany around 1886.
Charles and Wilhelmine had a son named Arthur, who is also buried in BlackHawk. He died at 4 years old. Then, Winifred (Wilhelmina in the 1900 census) came along, followed by Elsie and Grace. Charles remarried in 1906 in Colorado Springs to Anne. Winifred is a mystery. My grandmother never mentioned her at all.
I don't know how this messaging works, but hope to hear from you. Susan Hutton
|Pam Miller💕||RE: Bernice Piffero|
I have transfer her memorial to you.
In the future if you would like a transfer, please use the edit tab on the memorial, as this give us links to the memorial you want to have transferred.
Also include your find a grave member number, so we do not have to look everything up.
|Jean Thomas||Coleman Paschal|
I want to thank you for the excellent information you wrote on findagrave for each of his children. I have added them to the familysearch sites. Coleman was a brother to Lucy, who is one of my husband's great great grandmothers. We are very interested in the history of our relative, but especially those who served and risked, and sometime gave, their lives for us.
Your research and work were so well done. Thank You for tying the family all together and for sharing their interesting, sometimes heartbreaking stories with us.
|Jimmy Baker||RE: Thadies Art McMinn|
Sorry but I don't have any info that can help you. I wish I did. If I come across info from other family members, I will let you know.
|Joe Lerch||RE: David Driskell|
Joe, happy to help. We went up to Canterbury Cemetery to look at my wife's relatives and took the opportunity to photograph all of the headstones.
|wanda luntsford||RE: Many thanks|
You are very welcome!!
|James Fulton||William Fulton|
I am also a great-great-great grandson of William Fulton, Wapello County, Iowa.
I'm wondering if you may have any photos of William or any of his relatives that you could share with me.
I've been working on a biography of my great grandfather William Kilbourne Fulton (1849-1939) who along with his mother Hannah and sister Marilla is listed in William's household in the 1850 Federal Census. Hannah was the widow of William's son also named William (1819-1849)who died at. Amity, Ohio in August of 1849. I have this William's family Bible. Would love to communicate further about our Fulton's from Iowa.
Columbia Heights, MN
|Char Wirfs||RE: Lazurus VanBebber|
I believe Lazarus went directly to Kings Valley in 1846 or early in 1847. I have no eveidence other than he did not show up anywhere else and that his daughter married the neighbor, Isaac King, in 1847. I do know that Lazarus had quite a bit of property around Benton County and left some of it to Oregon State University. He had quite a fight with his daughter who wanted to have him declared incompetent and become his guardian, but he came out the winner in court. He ended up outliving her. Hope that helps.
|Rebecca Dunlap||Alfred Burbank|
Thank you so much for this photo! So appreciated!
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