|Linda||Naomi Jane Nall Forsythe|
I am unable to do this through the edits section.
Added by Linda on Nov 25, 2015 11:17 AM
|Bosun||David R Scott and Eliza Scott|
Thank you for all you do.
Are the above named individuals in your family? If not would you be willing to transfer them to me. They are my great grandparents. #7833412 and 78333413.
There are others but wanted to know if we are cousins first.
Added by Bosun on Nov 22, 2015 10:20 AM
|Lea Nall-Williams||Bryan Nall 2 find a graves.|
Thank you for all you have done. You created a find a grave for my grandfather Bryan Nall he has two find a graves #104519477 33166609 and his wife was Deloris Kanaday Nall #33166640 and their daughter is Wilma B Nall Kanaday. #126423950.
The Nall/Nalle name has changed just a few times here in Missouri. There is a lot of information on Missouri digital heritage. Jasper Nalle blew up a bridge in Pilot KNob MO and is on the Provost Marshall pages of Missouri Digital Heritage. You can also find many death certificates from 1910 to 1963 are free and some are prior. mosos.gov
Also the Nall's married into the Carty's and Jamison's of Reynolds County Misssouri. The Reynolds County Missouri historical society has a website. Granville Carty was shot and killled in Centerville, MO after 1880 in front of the old Sheriffs office that is still there. The court house burned down during the Civil War but many records could be at the Dent County Court house. My Canady and 20 varies spellings of the name are from Dent County Missouri. The sheriffs department showed me all my relatives that had served as sheriffs as the stories in the family goes we were protectors of our People.
I hope this helps and would love to get together about our Nall family the more I find out the more interesting it becomes.
If you could transfer the gave to me or if you would just add my fathers memorial when compose I would be very grateful. I have contacted the other manager about the two memorials.
Thank You for all you have done!
Lea Ann Nall Williams
Hope the information helps if you did not know about it!
Added by Lea Nall-Williams on Nov 14, 2015 10:38 AM
|Cj Hayden Swank||Thank You|
Just wanted to say thank you for all your help. DNA tests have overwhelmingly confirmed I was climbing the right tree, from my great grandparents all the way back to Maryland and beyond.
God Bless You, and thanks again!
Added by Cj Hayden Swank on Nov 13, 2015 3:02 PM
|Dianna Rabe||Ruth vs Rita Breen|
Find A Grave#5408937--needs to be deleted. Her name was Rita and not Ruth. I am familiar with this family. Thank you for your attention to delete this memorial.
Added by Dianna Rabe on Nov 01, 2015 9:52 PM
Would you transfer Mary Martina Vowels Padgett to me? She was my husband's aunt.
Added by Stacia Padgett on Nov 01, 2015 6:12 PM
Would you transfer Hilary T. Padgett to me. He is my husband's uncle.
Added by Stacia Padgett on Nov 01, 2015 5:59 PM
Will you please remove my aunt's picture from the memorial? I know you have not been given permission from the family to use it. Nor from the newspaper which it was published. Thank you
Added by Busy Graven on Oct 27, 2015 11:54 AM
Please delete the photo on this memorial. The photo was already posted with permission by the family. Your photo is a copy from the obituary which is in violation of copyright laws. Thank you.
Added by Busy Graven on Oct 27, 2015 6:22 AM
|Dianna Rabe||Ruth Virgil (Cooper) Breen|
You are listed as maintaining and creator of 2 different memorials for this person: #5408937 and #19729701...I hope you will consolidate and delete one. Our city is updating our records and would like one reference. Thank you Dianna
Added by Dianna Rabe on Oct 26, 2015 8:05 PM
|Teacher Sleuth||Amelia and Henry Dunlap|
Hello. I was adding memorials to a cemetery on City Island in The Bronx, NY called Pelham Cemetery. I noticed you created a Pelham Cemetery in Westchester, NY. City Island was once a part of Westchester, but it became part of the Bronx in the early 1900s. There is no Pelham Cemetery in Westchester. I don't know if these two people are at that cemetery, because I have not seen any Dunlap grave stones. But that doesn't mean anything. If you are sure they were buried in Pelham Cemetery, you need to change their location to the one in The Bronx. You will notice there are close to 1000 people listed in that one. I already messaged the woman who put the other two memorials in the cemetery you created. The memorial #s are as follows:
Amelia Dunlap 5998680
Henry Edward Dunlap 5998716
Added by Teacher Sleuth on Oct 23, 2015 7:39 PM
|Stacia Padgett||Thomas Eugene Brangers|
While adding photos I found that Thomas Eugene Brangers was created 4/22/2010 and again under the name Tommie Brangers on 1/14/2011 by Bob & Ann DiMaglio. You maintain both of them. Tommie Brangers needs to be deleated.
Added by Stacia Padgett on Oct 22, 2015 7:09 PM
|Bruce Carriker||Elliott Graves|
I have been doing some research and believe I may be related to Arthur or Roy Elliott. Can you put me in contact with any of their family?
Fort Littleton PA
Added by Bruce Carriker on Oct 22, 2015 4:28 PM
Please remove the photo that was copied from the obituary site. This is against F.A.G. guidelines. Thank you.
Added by Busy Graven on Oct 20, 2015 11:08 AM
I am curretly reviewing memorials for updates in the Arlington National Cemetery and I noticed that you have left thousands of flowers on the memorials of our fallen servicemen and women along with their spouses. Myself and many FindaGrave cotributors and those families appreciate such a sweet gesture and I just wanted to say Thank You! Cindy
Added by CindyS on Oct 20, 2015 8:34 AM
|NCGenSeeker||Thomas Sylvester "Tony" Burch|
How do you connect to this family? Thomas is my sister-in-law's 2nd Great grandfather.
Added by NCGenSeeker on Oct 18, 2015 7:03 AM
|Jane Graves Carson||Leta Graves Jones transfer|
Thank you so much for transferring Aunt Leta's memorial to me. Now I should have all of the siblings of my paternal grandfather. You have been such a help for me to reconnect with my relatives and ones I did not know about - especially the cemeteries of their burials.
Added by Jane Graves Carson on Oct 15, 2015 9:02 PM