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Genealogy Bug Kate (#46831680)
 member for 10 years, 1 month, 18 days
Thank you so much for transferring my Hamilton relatives, and for the care you took in creating their memorials.

Added by cstreip on Apr 28, 2016 1:34 PM

RE: Martha B. Powell
You can if you like. Thanks

Added by pipp43 on Apr 26, 2016 3:52 PM

RE: Martha B. Powell
Related -yes but not closely. Far off cousins
My 3rd gr grandmo was Elizabeth Ann Powell/James McIntosh. She is a sister to John Powell and Jane Woods parents of Timothy Powell/Mariah Fry --father to Homer. I was just connecting the family and you are probably right--a digit mishap. Thanks for the time. Rita

Added by pipp43 on Apr 26, 2016 7:02 AM

Martha B. Powell
Wow, that is different. I have no idea where Alice A. (Hershey) Myers (1916-1996) came from or who she is. Thank you for your help. I just wanted to make sure I didn't have something wrong in my records. It must have been glich??

Added by pipp43 on Apr 25, 2016 4:12 PM

rosie mcnaughton
Mary I Sponton Harris
I've finally gotten back to updating my tree and memorials. I just noticed your tactful "duplicate" token on a memorial I created for the above person. Thank you for letting me know. The man who created the original has turned many family members over to me so I'm not surprised that he got there first! I will delete mine.

Added by rosie mcnaughton on Apr 25, 2016 9:47 AM

Callie Thompson McAlister and son
Many thanks for transferring the memorials for Callie Thompson McAlister and her son, Ward, who are buried in Cabot, Arkansas in Mount Carmel Cemetery. Your incredible contributions here at Find-a-Grave are invaluable to individuals like me doing family research. ~ with appreciation, George Gaston

Added by GMG on Apr 25, 2016 8:06 AM

Mark E. Wirey
Latest Requests for Transfer
Sorry, but I want to keep the memorials for Walter Miller and his wife, June R. (Glick) Miller. Both of them are in my database as a Miller connection.


Added by Mark E. Wirey on Apr 23, 2016 5:30 PM

RE: Bush Cemetery
You are most welcome. Pleased to be able to help.
Lord's Blessings, Roxie

Added by Roxie on Apr 23, 2016 11:59 AM

Donna Kuhlman
RE: Jonathan Glick
Good catch! Thanks for your eagle eyes!

Added by Donna Kuhlman on Apr 22, 2016 11:23 AM

Donna Kuhlman
Jonathan Glick
Thanks for the error correction! Put the right card on.

Added by Donna Kuhlman on Apr 21, 2016 8:18 PM

RE: Nahum Bisbee
Yes, I am a descendant of Nahum Bisbee--memorial # 88857331. You've done a terrific job of adding my information to his memorial. If you wish to transfer his memorial to me, that's up to you. Keep up the great work for Find a grave!

Added by Cathy on Apr 20, 2016 4:24 PM

Rhonda Hansch
jennie Glick Ort
Thank you for adding the bio

Added by Rhonda Hansch on Apr 19, 2016 2:39 PM

Phyllis Nelson
Permission to copy Tombstone
I'm so excited because of your posting on F-A-G I just located one of my husband's great Aunts. May we have your permission to copy the tombstone photo from Find A Grave into our family tree? Her name was Mettie May Nelson Imel and her husband James Madison Imel buried in Ford, County, Kansas. We will give you credit for the photo. Thank you so much for your work with F-A-G.
Phyllis Nelson

Added by Phyllis Nelson on Apr 07, 2016 1:05 PM

Manerva Mackie Moss Barry
Manerva Mackie Moss Barry is not the daughter of Carroll Moss. Another Minerva Moss was a daughter of Carroll Moss but she married William Neagle and then Charles Meadows. 1800, 1900, 1910 census shows name changes and The Macon Republican, 7 May 1910, Sat, Page 6 obit shows her death. However, I am sure this Manerva Moss is related to all these Moss ancestors and did marry Francis H. Barry. Hannah D Moss married Isaac Barry. So, I will continue to work on the mystery of this Manerva Moss.


Added by cmcaninch on Mar 29, 2016 11:15 PM

Logue Cemetery
I noticed that there's a memorial from you on 5 of my relatives in Logue Cemetery. Which seems like an interesting coincidence. Are you related?

Added by KCurbeyBachman on Mar 25, 2016 1:14 AM

Cara Terry
Thank you so much for photographing and entering these tombstones (John and Mary Shinnick) to Find A Grave. I had been looking for them for 5 years! Their names do not appear in the cemetery book (Just found out that apparently a book was lost some time ago) so I didn't think they were buried there. I visited Riverside Cemetery in Albion today, washed the stones as best I could in the rain storm and realized that Mary died in 1856, not 1866, so have submitted a correction. I know that John is in lot 147, so Mary is either 146 or 148. At the left (facing John and Mary) is another tombstone that I can't read very well but it appears to be another Shinnick. It's not in Find A Grave as such, but I wondered if you had any other information that might help me identify the stone. I plan to go back with a better cleanser and access to water to rinse when the weather is better. Three of John and Mary's children are also buried there and I have found them all, but am mystified about the mystery stone. I know they had a son John born in 1853, but believe he died in the Detroit area in 1929.

Added by Cara Terry on Mar 24, 2016 3:43 PM

Bushong Weiss
Your work.
You do wonderful work and taking the time to maintain all your memorials and some of mine with consideration and passion .
And then, walking all the cemeteries just so the photo's are taken and then you offer to do more.
What a heart!.
There are a few people out there, that the numbers matter and they will try and control the memorials but you? .. No Way! You are doing it for the deceased and their families.
I have worked with you several years now and you are the best!!

Added by Bushong Weiss on Mar 15, 2016 10:24 AM

Duplicate Memorials
Mary Ann (Lothamer) Flynn memorial #99515430 is wonderfully written; however, it appears to be a duplicate of an earlier Memorial #40502121 in Salem Cemetery.
Thank you for your consideraiton.

Added by Pogo on Mar 01, 2016 6:41 PM

RE: Delined location for my FATHER's memorial
Thanks so much for the apology. It was a hard time and I'm sorry for venting so much. I had taken the time to try prevent it all before it was even published and then to get corrections was just the last straw. I do appreciate the people that take the time to add things though, especially the pictures. If you can or know a group that can do the cemetery in Bellevue is in great need of being done and pictures added. I have several to add that I took but need to have the time to do post them. Sorry again and also thanks again.
Happy Hunting,

Added by DS on Feb 25, 2016 11:02 PM

oakridge cemetery
Hello Kate, I want to thank you for your work. The posting of obituaries has been invaluable. I have been tracing my grandmothers family and was looking at the Rowlands in Oakridge cemetery. My grandmother was Jane Spragg and her sister was Harriet Spragg Badger, mother to Dorothy Badger Rowland who I now know was mother to Jeananne R. Rowland Hindenach. The 1930 census showed Dorothy Rowland at home with her parents and a 2 year old son. Jeananne is not there so I did not know about her until reading the obituary that was posted. I have looked for years for Dorothy. I don't know if you know her father Arthur C. Rowland is buried there and her grandparents William and vera mae Church Rowland. I have not found Alan. I now live in Michigan and was saddened to see Jeananne passed away in 2015. We were so close, if I had only known sooner maybe we could have met. Thank you for your help. Pamela Blacksher My email is

Added by Pamela on Feb 23, 2016 3:43 PM

Judy Diaz
RE: Clemmie Lee Scott
Thanks! and thanks for all the work you put in to make Find A Grave the best it can be.

Added by Judy Diaz on Feb 22, 2016 12:15 PM

Judy Diaz
RE: Clemmie Lee Scott
Thanks for the offer to transfer. that would be nice.


Judy Diaz

Added by Judy Diaz on Feb 22, 2016 11:52 AM

New Memorial
Please do not send me corrections nor make comments to the new memorial I made for my father William D Harrison.

Added by DS on Feb 21, 2016 9:01 PM

Delined location for my FATHER's memorial
As I explained when I declined you updates to an obituary of my father that had JUST been published.... I had quickly made him a memorial BEFORE I went to his funeral and an obituary was published because you had put up a memorial for my sister before I had a chance to a couple of years ago. I had went to do it just days after her death. So with my father I already knew you put these up like that. Personally I think it's unreal that you put them up so fast and also the pictures that are copy written like on my sister's obituary. You should wait several weeks before making a memorial and give family members the time to do it. I will NOT accept ANY correction from you or anyone else on my dad's memorial and I'd appreciate you removing your comment about my refusing your correction.!!! I get so mad at people like yourself that have 10's of thousands of memorials that do this. If you had read my info you'd see I mainly have family, period but help many many people and add a TON of information to others. Sorry, yes I'm very very upset by this and your note as I TRIED to prevent someone that isn't my family from making a memorial for MY father before he was even buried like you did to my sister!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yes, contacting about all of this.

Added by DS on Feb 21, 2016 8:50 PM

RE: Regarding the John F. Weir page
Alright, thank you very much for that prompt reply.

Added by Vala on Feb 21, 2016 2:03 PM


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