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Ron Mac (#46931715)
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Thomas Kropaczewski
RE: re; Jimmie Lee Bacon
Thank you so much!

Added by Thomas Kropaczewski on Jul 03, 2015 2:55 PM

Thomas Kropaczewski
Jimmie Lee Bacon
Can I get permission to use the photo of Jimmie Lee Bacon's Military headstone you have listed on his memorial for my ancestry tree. it will be listed as follows:
Added by: Ron Mac @ find a grave website. Find A Grave Memorial# 53680438 on 20 Jul 2012.

Thanks in advance and thanks for taking the time to help us not close to the area :)

Thomas

Added by Thomas Kropaczewski on Jul 03, 2015 9:19 AM

rosie mcnaughton
I'm sorry .....
I'm sorry you lost your sweet kitty, Ginger. She was so lucky that she took her kittens to your house!

Added by rosie mcnaughton on Jun 30, 2015 8:07 PM

nancy murray
RE: Ginger Kitty
When my mother died I saw her soul rise up and join my grandmother and her sisters and the other ancestors. She was blind before she died and she died of cancer yet she went to them seeing and healthy and whole. What amazed me was her dog Old Pig was right there waiting for her and healthy and happy too. She picked him up off the side of the road where someone had thrown him out of a car. He was a really good gentle dog with a small girl. When your loved one goes I have no doubt at all that Griffin and my two McDuffs and Tammy will be here along with Roxie Doodle to take him to the dog park to play and he will be healthy and happy. It is always hardest on those of us left behind missing that unconditional love and support that enabled us to get through the world. Her cats were there too. I will pray for your lovely dog. Nancy

Added by nancy murray on Jun 29, 2015 1:54 PM

nancy murray
find a grave
I'm so sorry about sweet Ginger. She looked like a little love of a cat.

Added by nancy murray on Jun 27, 2015 7:42 PM

nancy murray
find a grave
Prayers for Ginger.

Added by nancy murray on Jun 27, 2015 7:40 PM

Froggie23
Transfer request
Hello. Would you mind transferring Ada Vee Wright to me? I am her g-granddaughter and have tons of family info that could be added. The memorial currently only lists her last husband, Ewing Wright. My research has shown she was a very colorful character. :) She is in the Woodlawn Cemetery in Independence. I neglected to write down the memorial number. If you need it I"ll fetch it and send another message.

Froggie23, Carol H

Added by Froggie23 on Jun 26, 2015 8:35 PM

V Kowald Blaise💗
Thank you!
Thank you for leaving a flower for my sweet rat Belle that was very kind of you! *hugs* :)

Added by V Kowald Blaise💗 on Apr 27, 2015 2:29 PM

nancy murray
RE: Snow Berry
Whoever Snow Berry was he/she deserves to be remembered. Someone loved that little animal. They cared enough to make a nice marker and find a lovely natural site for the grave. Snow Berry and you are welcome.

Added by nancy murray on Apr 15, 2015 7:52 AM

nancy murray
RE: Bitt Bitt Kitty
I understand "special" cats. I have been blessed with a lot of really good cats and a few special ones like Molly. You and the little one are very welcome.

Added by nancy murray on Apr 06, 2015 1:04 AM

Jeff Bivin
Jerry wrigley (1951 - 2006)
I am trying to reconcile two Find A Grave memorials with what looks to the be same person.

your memorial # 91299237 and memorial # 27881555 seem to be talking about the same person, but different cemeteries.

Can you please advise....

Added by Jeff Bivin on Mar 30, 2015 9:36 PM

RAP
Sailor and Draggin
Thank you for visiting Sailor and Draggins memorials. They were both great additions to our family. The memorials don't do them justice.

Added by RAP on Mar 26, 2015 11:00 AM

Family Finder
RE: photo requests on Renick and Key
The photo of the Confederate lot has been added to each memorial. I am glad I had the opportunity to work on this with you. I learned something about the local history. Let me know if anything further is needed with these memorials. Have a good day.

Added by Family Finder on Mar 18, 2015 6:47 AM

Family Finder
RE: photo requests on Renick and Key
I got to thinking that these memorials are a part of Civil War history. I would like for you to look at the memorial for James Noland, #120510627. I have added 2 additional photos to this memorial. One is of the Confederate lot and the other is of the small white stone that marks the actual grave sites.

The key for me is that these are your memorials and I do not want to add anything you do not wish to have. Please look at the memorial for James Noland and let me know your wishes. I can delete either of the 2 added photos or both. After I know your wishes, I will complete all memorials the same.

Have a good day.

Added by Family Finder on Mar 16, 2015 9:47 AM

Family Finder
Noland's and Barker
Thought you may be interested in looking at photo of memorial posted to Find A Grave memorials for James, William and Henry Noland and John Barker that you created in Spring Hill Cemetery in Harrodsburg, KY.

Added by Family Finder on Mar 12, 2015 8:18 PM

Lila Cole
Margaret Strode
Thanks for sending her back to me Ron. Just when I think I am finished with one line somebody wants me to adjust the bio or something. Let me know when you're road tripping on that bike to NV.

Added by Lila Cole on Mar 09, 2015 3:20 PM

Susan Prater
Gary Jan Corbin
Thank you so much for the transfer of Gary's memorial site to me. I really appreciate it.

Susan Prater

Added by Susan Prater on Mar 04, 2015 3:17 PM

Marian B. Rodgers
Olive Cora Bacheller
I'd like to use your permission to copy your photograph of Olive Cora wife of W. M. Bacheller to my family history site.
I was thrilled to see this photograph because we had lost track of her and didn't know where she had been buried.
It's exciting to find these photographs online. Thank you for your wonderful service to those of us who are trying to find our ancestors.

Added by Marian B. Rodgers on Feb 20, 2015 12:00 PM

Brandon Markowski
Charles Fletcher Taylor
Hello,
I was planning to visit Charles Fletcher Taylor
May 19, 1842
Zanesville
Muskingum County
Ohio, USA
Death: Apr. 22, 1912
Oakland
Alameda County
California, USA




this coming Saturday, 2.21.2015 at Greenlawn Memorial Park , Colma, San Mateo County, San Francisco but I called the cemetery and as of this moment on 2.17.2014, they have no record of him.
If anyone has any information where exactly he is buried, please post here and I will keep checking this site.
thank you,
B

Added by Brandon Markowski on Feb 17, 2015 12:17 PM

Wildhare Lodge
Permission for use of photos please!
Hi Ron, Thank you so much for taking the photos of our ancestors final resting places. We truly appreciate being able to see them and connect with their past through them. Our family is starting a family descendant's page on Facebook, and would like your permission to use 2 of the photos you took for Robert and Cindarella (Nutter) Wood's monument markers. Please let me know if you approve. Credit source will be noted!
Thank you for your consideration,
Kelly

Added by Wildhare Lodge on Feb 01, 2015 12:21 PM

Barbara Hunter-Holmes
Frank R. McPherson # 27529353
Hi Ron,

I'd like your permission to use your McPherson headstone photos in my Ancestry family tree. I always cite/source the original photographer in the photo description.

Thanks so much,

Barbara
#46899379

Added by Barbara Hunter-Holmes on Jan 30, 2015 10:46 PM

Laurinda Armer
Pleasant Prairie Cemetery
Hi Ron,

I noted that you have documented Pleasant Prairie Cemetery in Oak Grove, Or, Lafayette county. I am trying to find who might have the burial records for that cemetery and am not having much luck. I think my 2 great grandfather (death 1882) may be buried there, but find no marker. If you happen to know who might have records it would be helpful.

Thanks!

Added by Laurinda Armer on Jan 30, 2015 12:38 PM

Susan Ann Blakley
Janie K. Hurse Info
I added some info on her memorial. Her obituary was recorded in the newspaper. She was a noble woman. She had 5 children

Added by Susan Ann Blakley on Jan 08, 2015 3:58 PM

J Felts
Alfred J. Creason, #41690527
According to the WWI Draft Registration card for Alfred Jackson Creason, he was born 8 July 1881 in Missouri (probably Ray County).

According to Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953, Christian County, 1932, Alfred passed away at the Kentucky VA Hospital in Outwood (Macedonia), Christian County, Kentucky, on 20 March 1932.

Mr. Creason married Martha Lavina Kemp (also known as "Mattie" or "Vina")on 24 December 1905 in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri. She was one of the eight children born to Jesse Justin Kemp and Martha Ann Dixon. Vina is my half-aunt.

Vina died 17 September 1973 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California. Her last residence in 1973, according to the Social Security Death Index for Martha King, was Guerneville, Sonoma County, California. Any additional information about Vina or her final resting place would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks so much!
Joyce

Added by J Felts on Jan 08, 2015 5:06 AM

J Felts
Alfred J. Creason, #41690527
According to the WWI Draft Registration card for Alfred J. Creason, 1917-1918 in Jackson County, Missouri, his name is recorded as Alfred *Jackson* Creason.

Thanks so much for your efforts for Find a Grave.

Joyce

Added by J Felts on Jan 07, 2015 9:04 PM

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