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Mike Casey (#47002614)
 member for 8 years, 8 months, 23 days
Requesting Permission to use Tombstone photos you've posted on Find A Grave

I would like your permission to use the photos you've posted on Find A Grave that pertain to my family.

I'm working on the Merritt family at this time.

My lines run Stovall/Merritt/Harrison and Brate.

I found Falona McCollum Merritt, Memorial# 33913635, husband of James R. Merritt.

Thank you,
Sheryl Frazier Long

Added by SLong on Jan 18, 2017 8:02 PM

Tammy Morton
Hi Mike....I am hoping you can help me connect my Casey family. Levi Casey of Taney County, Missouri is my 3rd great grandfather. Levi's father was John Casey who died in Greene County, Missouri. I BELIEVE John and Abner (of Arkansas) were brothers but need to prove this or disprove this. Can you help me? My email is:

Thanks so much

Added by Tammy Morton on Jan 01, 2017 7:40 AM

Landen's Papa
Merry Xmas!
Hey, Mike!! I wish the best Christmas & New Year to you and your family. God bless you for following your heart to bless others with your gift.

Added by Landen's Papa on Dec 24, 2016 2:58 AM

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Hi just a note to say Happy Holidays to you and your family :)

Added by Angie on Dec 22, 2016 2:16 PM

Picture of Gilbert and Florence Casey
Thank you so much for posting the picture of Columbus Gilbert and Florence Casey.

I knew them growing up as Aunt Florence and Uncle Gilbert. We used to visit them on their farm. It was the first time that I had eggs directly from a chicken coup and the ONLY time I ever rode a Shetland pony and the first time I ever had milk with the cream still floating on top. Still love it that way. And the first time I ever saw and caught a Lightening bug or Box Elder Bug or Firefly. Depends on what part of the country you come from what they are called. I even used to roll down the hill under the railroad tracks to the bottom until they flooded it and put in the Dardanell lake.

I am Nancy Yvonne Valles Countz Dick. Born Valles, reared by Victor E. Countz and currently married to David Dick. I grew up in New Mexico but spent many summers traveling to meet relatives. Aunt Florence and Uncle Gilbert were my favorite ones to visit. Thanks for posting their picture so I could see it and bring back all those wonderful memories before they are gone.

Added by Nanstein on Dec 11, 2016 5:27 AM

john Aeromed Tech
Your Dad
Mike, you certainly are welcome for the message. I was stationed at Little Rock AFB Hospital in 1985 and retired myself that same year.
Your Dad an I were in the process of a trade at Ramstein, I had a 1965 Chevrolet Impala station wagon and I wanted his Dodge van. We were all set to trade and the engine of the station wagon gave out it's last breath. I saw your Dad the next day and he wanted to know when the trade was going to happen.
I told him he didn't want the station wagon and he'd be better off keeping the van. I could still have traded because etc station wagon was still running but I could't do it to "Ben" (we all called him Ben Casey). He was a good guy and I couldn't live with myself if I took advantage of him. Better for me to be stuck than him and I would have had to work with him the remainder if my tour at Ramstein.
Good to hear from you and hope you do exceedingly well in the future!

Added by john Aeromed Tech on Dec 08, 2016 3:36 PM

john Aeromed Tech
I Was Stationed With Ray
Hi, my name is John Civick and I was stationed with Ray Casey at Ramstein AB Germany in 1970-72. He had an old Dodge camping van of maybe 1966 vintage?? I never had a chance to talk to him about his past but he had a great military history that I didn't know about.
He was a 90170 in the Flight Surgeon's Office at he 26th TAC Hospital. My respect to you and your Dad!


Added by john Aeromed Tech on Dec 07, 2016 6:44 PM

Heartland Volunteer
Chas Thomason
Thank you for cemetery name and block #10 and the facct that he is buried next to his parents... So Kind!

Added by Heartland Volunteer on Dec 06, 2016 4:32 PM

J Sandoval
Thanks for the burial info.

Added by MRE on Dec 05, 2016 1:50 AM

Nancy Barnes Wright
The Casey Family Association placed a stone on the grave of Nancy Wright, wife of Bartholomew Wright, and stated her maiden name was Barnes. Do you have documents proving that? I would need copy.


Added by Nancy on Dec 04, 2016 8:52 AM

Barbara Lamb
RE: Emma Morano
Thanks Mike. Even when I Google her they still talk about her as if she is still alive. Usually Google reports deaths right away. I will remove the death date for now. Thanks....Barbara

Added by Barbara Lamb on Nov 30, 2016 8:22 PM

Barbara Lamb
Emma Morano
I have looked everywhere to find a notice of her death and made a memorial and added today as her death day. Are you sure she died today. I have checked Italian newspapers as well as our newspapers and her death is not mentioned. Where did you see the death news? I found the bio for her but it was only information on her. It was not an obit. Barbara

Added by Barbara Lamb on Nov 30, 2016 7:51 PM

RE: Dallas-Fort Worth: WHATLEY
You are very welcome. I'm glad I could help.


Added by Sidney on Nov 30, 2016 12:15 PM

Barbara Lamb
Emma Morano
Thank you for the news. I will finish the memorial later.

Added by Barbara Lamb on Nov 30, 2016 11:33 AM

RE: Rose Hill: NORTON
Found it!

Added by sjc on Nov 28, 2016 11:52 AM

RE: Rose Hill: NORTON
You're welcome. I'm going to Rose Hill today to take a few other pictures and will look for Norton's headstone. If there is one, I'll take a picture.

Added by sjc on Nov 26, 2016 6:15 AM

RE: Resurrection: OBERSTE
Oh, I didn't get any notice of your message! I just saw this! You are very welcome! I love doing this stuff! I am addicted to it! :)

Added by S.R.F. on Nov 24, 2016 6:24 PM

Jessica P
RE: Normandy: Sgt HARKINS
Thank YOU for all of your hard work and amazing work on this site!
They really help family researchers like me have a trusted source and allow us to help when we find details that link families together.
I wish I could link all heroes to their parents. Too many hardly began life when they were lost. I appreciate all your efforts that allow me to help.
So-- thank YOU, Mike. :)

Added by Jessica P on Nov 24, 2016 8:23 AM

Brett Bass
Many thanks for the information for Brett F. Bass. I appreciate it so much.


Added by Winnette on Nov 20, 2016 3:16 PM

T. Eliza
RE: Fort Smith: Sgt CASEY
You are very welcome. I hope that you have a wonderful Thanksgiving. And though you dad will not be there physically he is there in spirit. God bless.

Added by T. Eliza on Nov 14, 2016 9:59 PM

RE: Resurrection: BANNING
You're so very welcome! :)

Added by S_Pickens on Nov 09, 2016 7:28 AM

Susan Easterling
Beatrice Pierce
Would you mind transferring her memorial to me. She was my husbands grandmother.



Added by Susan Easterling on Nov 06, 2016 9:01 PM

Bob & Valerie (Johnson) Freeman
You're welcome

THank you for all you do

The Freemans

Added by Bob & Valerie (Johnson) F... on Nov 04, 2016 9:06 PM

carolyn johnston
RE: Gerald Glenn sonny johnston
We have a very long time dear friend who is taking care of the postings on my beloved husbands Find a Grave site. Thank you anyway, Mike, also for your condolences. Our family's comfort comes from knowing that because of God sacrificing His own Son, Jesus Christ, our Sonny is resting in His arms as we will be too someday. Great love brings great grief. Carolyn

Added by carolyn johnston on Oct 29, 2016 5:27 PM

carolyn johnston
Gerald Glenn sonny johnston
Thank you for your concern for my husbands earthly resting place in bethany cemetery. I appreciate your work for find a grave. However, I do not want the photo of the temporary marker on his find a grave page. Pls remove it as soon as you can. Thank you and God bless you. Loving and heart broken wife of my beloved soulmate, Sonny. Carolyn Johnston

Added by carolyn johnston on Oct 29, 2016 7:15 AM


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