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|Cliff Doel (#47628867)|
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My research interests are the DOEL families of Wiltshire, England (1700-1900). I am a descendant of the DOEL FAMILY OF NAPANOCH, NY, headed by George Doel (1815-1873) and his wife Anna Smith Doel (1815-1900). Descendant information and an introduction to the family may be found at the website link below. |
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Thank you so much for the two Blatherwick transfers. It is greatly appreciat'ed.
|Ms Martie M||Aquilla Shaffer; 130640979|
THANK YOU for providing the headstone photo and info for this memorial.
Cliff - I discovered yesterday that there is also a Baby Keogh buried with Margaret Keogh. The baby died 6-2-1914 (the baby too is unmarked). Valerie
Added by VDR on Apr 17, 2017 9:20 AM
Thank you for the links for Ezra Webster. Are you related?
Added by jaynetty on Nov 12, 2016 8:57 AM
|CIPO||Death Location - Madeline Watkins Quintard|
Thank you so much for putting a copy of Madeline's headstone in Find A Grave. I do believe, however that the location of her death is inaccurate and needs to be changed.
From the late 1830s-1841, the Mission Band Potawatomi moved from Michigan and Indiana to a reservation in Kansas. Together with the Council Bluffs Band, they moved in 1847 to a new reservation in eastern Kansas on the Kaw River. After changing their name from Mission Band to Citizen Band, they moved again in1867 to a reservation in Oklahoma.
Madeline, her brother and sister were kidnapped by their father Thomas Watkins from the St. Mary's school in Silver Lake (after divorce) and taken to Ohio. She married James Bradley Quintard in Ohio. They moved to Silver Lake in 1860, had their children, and she died in Silver Lake on November 4, 1895 according to the funeral notice in the Silver Lake newspaper. Her funeral was held at 2:30 at their home in Silver Lake - internment at Silver Lake Cemetery.
Added by CIPO on Nov 02, 2016 8:18 AM
|deanna french||FAG # 140718083,C.D Hudson, C.W Veteran|
May I use the grave marker photo that you contributed to the Find A Grave memorial for C.D. Hudson, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org) Find A Grave # 140718083
You will be credited for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|KC Jayhawker||William and Ann Langley|
Thank You for the excellent photo of where William and Ann Langley are buried at the Topeka Cemetery.
While I am sorry to learn they do not have a marker, you created an exceptional map as to where to graves are located. Love the detail, it will be easy to find. :-)
Your time and effort are GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!
|deanna french||Topeka, Henry Laptad, Civil War Veteran|
May I use the photo that you contributed to the memorial page of Henry Laptad, to post on the Vermont C.W. site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Doni Wright||Crawford McNair #117007084|
Cliff, thank you so much for all the attention you have given my great uncles' burial place AND obituary. Very, very kind of you.
So, do you stalk cemeteries and do this for everyone? It's wonderful that you have the time ad initiative to do it.
If you find anything else be sure and let me know.
|D Jones||Harold Allen|
I was at Elm Lawn this week and found the location - Section 1, Lot 41 where Harold Allen is buried. I found individual headstones for Martha and Paul Allen but there was no stone for Harold. I have posted a picture of the location showing the two other Allen headstones at that location for perspective.
Added by D Jones on May 13, 2016 5:00 PM
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