Great to meet and enjoyed the visit with you today, Dave. Let me know if I am able to assist you after my surgery as I have no idea how lengthy my recovery will take. Always glad to help, geraldine
Added by Geraldine Barnett on Jun 11, 2016 7:00 PM
|Rita Jannusch McKenzie||Lafayette Wood|
I'm researching Lafayette Wood who married Stella Sweeney. They had a daughter named Barbara Olive Wood who was born June 19, 1901 in Stamping Ground Kentucky. I've been looking at censuses and cemeteries, but can't find anything about Lafayette Wood or any family.
If you know of anything, I'd appreciate it.
Rita Jannusch McKenzie
Added by Rita Jannusch McKenzie on Jun 07, 2016 7:17 PM
|TeriS||RE: re: Pauline Martin Williams|
Added by TeriS on May 28, 2016 6:13 PM
|TeriS||RE: re: Blanche Turpin Durham|
My apologies. I was taking pictures entire sections of Forest Lawn because it has such a low percentage of graves that have been photographed. Unfortunately, the uploader feature does not let you know if a particular grave already had existing photographs. I've removed the photos.
Added by TeriS on May 28, 2016 6:12 PM
|Geraldine Barnett||Vigo County Library|
Let me know when you will be there and I'll gladly come to meet a Find A Grave colleague. geraldine
Added by Geraldine Barnett on May 21, 2016 10:23 AM
Is there any others you would like transferred, David? geraldine
Added by Geraldine Barnett on May 21, 2016 9:28 AM
|Jerry Thomas||RE: re: Jewel Thomas Clark Turman|
No, sorry, I did not see a plaque for Mr. Turman. All indications are that she is the only occupant of that crypt so, he is either still living or buried elsewhere.
Added by Jerry Thomas on May 05, 2016 12:37 PM
|gary reid||Elizabeth Warner|
I too am her grandson From Calvin Warner And Fanny Getty and knew nothing about how he got here. Thanks. Fanny was 15 in 1859 and came with her father by ship with the Baltimore Colony of Coos County Oregon, The White Cemetery is about 15 miles from my home near Monroe, Or. Thanks again email@example.com
Added by gary reid on May 04, 2016 4:52 PM
|Coco15||RE: re: Elizabeth Rankin Orrell|
Thanks for the information. I have added it.
Have a great day!
Added by Coco15 on Apr 30, 2016 11:45 AM
|Bob Bardo||RE: Marea VanNoppen Wilson|
"regarding Marker Transcription, although I have long been prone to omit such in my memorial creations if that wording is clear within the stone's photograph. To me, it is repetitious and serves no purpose"
I like to include the marker transcription, because:
1. If there is ever a compilation of the text of all the memorials, the transcription would then be included.
2. Some people can't see as well as others.
3. The viewer does not have to open the photo in order to read the enlarged text in the photo.
4. I have been able to read some transcriptions that others say is too faded or illegible, and then include it for everyone.
Thank you, David, for your hard work for the relatives of all those who have passed on.
Added by Bob Bardo on Apr 05, 2016 12:08 AM
|Jackie||RE: Walter B. Whitt|
Done. Sorry for the delay, I've been working on another line, deep in the bottom of a cemetery book, lol.
Added by Jackie on Mar 28, 2016 7:43 PM
|shores||RE: re: Beulah C. Wyatt|
Always nice to get more info, thanks. I know Beulah was married to George Wyatt in 1919 and had 2 kids. You said they were divorced which I didn't know. Where did you find the obituary for her? I guess I am just curious why after over 20 years married to John Belton, her gravestone only says "Mother" and not "Wife", and the stone is for "Beulah C Wyatt", not "Beulah Belton". I guess maybe her kids didn't like Belton?
Added by shores on Mar 25, 2016 3:21 PM
|Jackie||RE: re: Walter B Whitt|
Hi there! I will delete mine and will put the pic on yours. I did not realize you could change the location without making a new entry. Thanks! Jackie
Added by Jackie on Mar 24, 2016 5:30 AM
You are right. I had forgotten. Thank you, Elizabeth
Added by Elizabeth on Mar 24, 2016 5:12 AM
|Elizabeth||RE: re: Daniel Starr|
Yes! I will manage Daniel Starr. Elizabeth
Added by Elizabeth on Mar 21, 2016 7:01 PM
|Edna Mode||USSAH National Cemetery (Washington DC)|
Thank you for posting the cemetery map of the US Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery. Do you know how to find burial locations in this cemetery? Although the web site says the cemetery is open M-F, I've been several times between the stated hours and the office has been locked. Thanks for any guidance!
Added by Edna Mode on Mar 17, 2016 7:41 PM
|Karen Mickel Bennett||Nathaniel Cleaper|
Thank you Dave for sending information for his memorial. I appreciate it very much. I'm in North Carolina quite a bit as my daughter and family moved there about 17 years ago. Love it there!
Added by Karen Mickel Bennett on Feb 08, 2016 4:35 PM
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you Mr. Oxford, my Find A Grave friend! And also, I would truly be honored if you wished to start a Find A Grave Friends List, and added me to it! Take care sir, and please let me hear from you!
Added by KATHY on Dec 25, 2015 10:54 AM
|Janet Hickman||William Peace|
I just noticed that the obit had spelled his sister's last name wrong. It is Faires, not Farris. Could you change that? thank you.
Added by Janet Hickman on Dec 14, 2015 10:42 AM
|Janet Hickman||William Peace|
I am emailing you after I sent you an obit on him. I realize that I typed the wrong birth year. It was 1880, not 1890. thank you.
Added by Janet Hickman on Dec 14, 2015 8:11 AM
|Jackie Rogers||Julia Harringer Oxford|
You have the wrong maiden name. She married William Dotson Oxford Jr. on 15 Oct 1893 at Little twp., Caldwell Co., North Carolina. You are correct, I found no children either. Her parents were Sidney M. and Eliza Whitener.
Jackie Rogers, family genealogist
By the way, how did the Dotson name come into the family. My ex husband was a Dotson from Ohio origin. William Dotson Oxford Jr. is the husband of Amanda May Jane Reid, whom mother was Mary Isabel Sherrill (1855-1928), my grand aunt of husband of grand aunt.
Added by Jackie Rogers on Nov 01, 2015 1:09 PM
|Diane Preston||RE: Re: John H. Smith|
You are welcome! I am sorry that your friend passed.Diane
Added by Diane Preston on Oct 29, 2015 1:05 PM
|Mike Huffstetler||RE: re: James Parris|
You are welcome. It was a pleasure to fulfill your request
Added by Mike Huffstetler on Oct 10, 2015 8:17 AM
|Wm&Marie Eckard||RE: Fred Richard Paisley|
Thanks for the reply. I think I'll have some luck over time with a few other research options. A few years ago, I caught an ad in the local newspaper regarding a man who passed away and the VA was trying to find any member of his family. Evidently, the home he was in didn't have any one at all on record. However, I did find them for them. I had little to go on with that search, too. It may seem silly to some but I like to "return" pictures and original docs I find in frames; for some that may be the only tangible memorabilia they have for a family member. Again, thanks for replying. Keep up the GREAT work! Your posts are wonderful.
Added by Wm&Marie Eckard on Sep 21, 2015 2:52 PM
|Wm&Marie Eckard||Fred Richard Paisley|
Ref Finda-a-Grave reference # 72981067
Are you a member of the Paisley Family?
I've purchased an antique photo for the frame at an antique store in Forest City, NC. On the back mat of this baby's picture is some information but not enough for me to pinpoint a city. The photo's photographer's mat reads Smiths, Dayton, Ohio. I don't know if that means the pic was taken in Ohio or processed there and mailed off as there is a partial address on the back. The photo is in pristine condition and I'd like very much to send it to the proper Paisley family member. If you are a member of this family, I'll be happy to email you the info and email the pic for verification.
Added by Wm&Marie Eckard on Sep 20, 2015 6:46 PM