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Richard Parker (#47021994)
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Leah Rae
Dallas Clark Moore & Ida May Moore
Would you please transfer Dallas Clark Moore (memorial #57953829) & Ida May Moore (memorial #57953863) to me, Leah Rae. My FindAGrave member number is: 47600730. Dallas & Ida are my paternal grandparents. They are in Mound Grove Cemetery, Independence, Missouri. Thank you.

Leah Rae

Added by Leah Rae on Aug 01, 2015 3:45 PM

gerald stalter
hello there please read
Richard,

I saw you were talking about the totten family, john totten I think. and I would love to see what you know about that family as I know so little but so much at the same time. my 2 times great grandfather was alexander totten son of ira. please email me at stalter42@yahoo.com thanks

Added by gerald stalter on Jul 22, 2015 8:12 PM

Fausset-Fasullo
Virginia "Kitty" Fausset
Thank you Richard for the transfer for "Kitty" It wasn't expected but I am happy that you did. If ever I have someone who want or have been looking for, just let me know and I will be more than happy to do so. Now, I will post some more pictures of she and Paul Noble (Belyew)Fausset and what ever else else I can dig up on the our Fausset Line. Again, good luck on your research, it's fun and it entertains me and hope that whatever I post on here, will help someone else. Again, thank you!

Suzan Fasullo Fausset

Added by Fausset-Fasullo on Jul 22, 2015 1:24 AM

Michael K. Smith
Cornelia Arbuckle
Hi, Richard, just a quick correction. In Memorial# 30404149, the lady's name is "Cornelia (Arbuckle) Stephens" -- with an "N" -- not "Cordelia." (She has a daughter named "Cordelia," though.)

Added by Michael K. Smith on Jul 20, 2015 8:25 AM

Sandra Bathe Cole
Beath Family
Hi, Richard - my maiden name is Bathe. Do you know if any of your Beath family changed the spelling to Bathe? There seems to be some similarities in parent/child first names, in addition to places lived.. Thanks so much! Sandra Bathe Cole

Added by Sandra Bathe Cole on Jul 19, 2015 11:02 PM

Randy G Randol
Enos Randol, Sr.
Some of the information is misrepresented:
Enos and family moved to the Wyoming Valley of Pennsylvania in May 1782. The valley, which is a part of northeast
Pennsylvania, was claimed by both Connecticut and Pennsylvania in colonial times. In 1782 the Continental Congress decided in favor of Pennsylvania, but conflicts continued among the settlers until 1788, when the Pennsylvania Legislature confirmed their land titles.

On 1 July 1784 Enos Randle was issued a "Warrantee of Land" for 400 acres in Northumberland Co., PA (Pennsylvania Archives, Third Series, Vol 25, page 228).

On 8 August 1784 the Pennsylvania forces, headed by Commissioners Armstrong and Boyd, began their march on the valley. Sent to quell disturbances and restore peace, they arrived at Fort Dickinson to find that it had been taken over by a self formed militia of Pennsylvania settlers. The fort was surrender and those who had taken it over, including Enos, posted bond to answer to treason in court. This action by the settlers was done to protect their rights to land.

On 14 January 1785 a deposition was presented to the Continental Congress at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by John Armstrong, Jr. Secretary of Northampton, Co., Pennsylvania as follows:
Enos Randle being sworn deposeth that about two weeks before Gen: Armstrong came up the last time (17 Oct. 1784) he was driven from his home at Lackawanny & in a short time afterward (sometime in October) his house was torn down, his cattle destroyed, & his Family turned off the place by the same people, Claimants under Connecticut, their names were Phin. Stephens, Ishmael Bennet, Joseph Thomas, Elisha Harding, Barney Carey & Richard Egliston. That soon after the supreme Court at Sunbury (8 Nov. 1784) the deponent went with others (who had also been injured) to Mesuers Mead & Martin for redress, but seeing others meet with refusal of justice he did not make his intended application. that he then went to some of the New England people and askd a little of his corn for the subsistence of numerous family thro' the winter, that they denied saying they should want it all the next summer for the Troops they should have, for that it was their intention to raise themselves into a new State. The deponent then left the country his life being threatened by Stevens, Harding, Jaques & others & his family, a wife & seven children left without any subsistence whom his Brother & Brother in Law have since brought out to Northampton Co..

Q. How long did you live at Lackawanny?
A. Two years in May.

Enos Randal

Added by Randy G Randol on Jul 18, 2015 11:56 AM

CHERYL (DRISKEL) JEFFREY
RE: Good
Thank you! :)

Added by CHERYL (DRISKEL) JEFFREY on Jul 15, 2015 3:08 PM

CaliforniaBob
Death Date Correction
My father, Robert Roy Morgan, died on October 9, 1995, not in August 28, 1997. Please update this info at your earliest convenience.

Added by CaliforniaBob on Jul 14, 2015 10:05 PM

CaliforniaBob
Transfer Request
Since I am unable to obtain a Transfer Request for my grandmother, Hazel Jennie Bretches Morgan (which I grew up with, travelled with and loved very much), then I am making a formal request for my grandfather (on my father's side) William Bryan Morgan (1900-1986)
Also, my Aunt: Elva Jean Twieg (1923-2010)
And finally, my Father: Robert Roy Morgan (1932-1995).
Please note: there are discrepancy issues that I could easily resolve. I have the death certificates.

Added by CaliforniaBob on Jul 14, 2015 10:00 PM

S Evon DAVIS W
RE: 32120715 Bonnie Richardson
I think the 32120715 was her older number. when I search for that memorial, I get a merge notification. I view and then see Bonnie Richardsson. I cannot edit your original version. I'm totally confused at this point. Anyway, I see the Bonnie Richardson Memorial and it looks good so all should be fine. Thank you.

Added by S Evon DAVIS W on Jul 14, 2015 5:26 PM

Kevin Johnson
Transfer
Hello

I am a direct descendant of Alexander Spilman Hoover, 33837674.

My findagrave number is 48658609.

Thank you

Kevin Johnson

Added by Kevin Johnson on Jul 13, 2015 8:33 PM

Coco Johnston
# 44627146
I had two different listings for James Montgomery McKnight: yours in Thayer South Central; and another listed at Mt. Hope in Independence (# 30089179). Same grave marker, just listed in two different counties, in two different cemeteries. I emailed the person who posted the Independence cemetery entry, and she is certain hers is correct, so you might check and see if you mixed up the photos. I believe James Montgomery McKnight is buried in Mt. Hope in Independence, KS.

Added by Coco Johnston on Jul 13, 2015 6:13 PM

CaliforniaBob
Transfer Request
Hazel Jennie Bretches Morgan was my grandmother.

Added by CaliforniaBob on Jul 11, 2015 4:21 PM

S Evon DAVIS W
32120715
Error in my writing. Thank you for clarifying. I could read between the lines and figured you must be getting a lot of requests. When I try and go the number above, it says merged? Now I can't find the original one you created. Help!

Very impressed with all the civil war tombstones you maintain. You have a lot of work into all this. Thank you. There is a Renfro, but not sure of the connection yet.

Added by S Evon DAVIS W on Jul 11, 2015 3:57 PM

S Evon DAVIS W
RE: 32120715
Thank you for clarifying. I could read between the lines and figured you must be getting a lot of requests. When I try and go the number above, it says merged? Now I can find the original one you created. Help!

Added by S Evon DAVIS W on Jul 11, 2015 3:52 PM

S Evon DAVIS W
RE: 32120715
Richard, please don't be offended. I am new at Find A Grave. By no means don't remove; but, how can I add to what you have? feel free to contact me at lewsewlt@charter.net

Added by S Evon DAVIS W on Jul 11, 2015 10:33 AM

Melinda
Edward J. Sicking
Just wanted to say thank you for linking Edward to his parents and 1st wife. Appreciate you doing that!
Melinda

Added by Melinda on Jul 10, 2015 8:14 AM

S Evon DAVIS W
32120715
Please delete this memorial. It is a duplicate of 148818735. Thank you. Shirleen

Added by S Evon DAVIS W on Jul 09, 2015 11:38 PM

S Evon DAVIS W
RE: Bonnie Richardson
my number I 47019669. Try that. Thank you!

Added by S Evon DAVIS W on Jul 09, 2015 10:20 AM

S Evon DAVIS W
Bonnie Richardson
I would appreciate you transferring her to my member no. 47109669. Thank you. Can you tell me why my cemeteries are showing not public? Shirleen

Added by S Evon DAVIS W on Jul 07, 2015 7:09 PM

S Evon DAVIS W
32120715
Bonnie Richardson is my aunt and I would like to link her to her family and correct/add information. My member no: 47109669

Added by S Evon DAVIS W on Jul 07, 2015 7:07 PM

fourtime
88544511 Harry Steel Wyatt
According to LDs family Records
Listed in 1900 Census record

He was born Sept 24, 1892, Butler MO
{World War I Draft Registration report}

A 1921 Family genealogy reports he died OCt 4, 1918 Butler MO

Added by fourtime on Jul 06, 2015 5:06 PM

Ruby Angela Winter Vickers
Harmon Family
Hi! Thanks for all of your hard work that you have been doing putting up and gathering information on the Harmon Family from Tazewell, Virginia! I just found your information and I'm trying to make sure that my Harmon's that came to West Virginia are related to them. I was wondering if since you have such extensive information on them if you had a webpage that you have that I could look at to try to link my Harmon's with these? A lot of people do have them linked up with my Harmon's on Ancestry, but I always like to go back and confirm what I put in my tree from other sources. Basically, I'm trying to figure out if Thomas C. Harmon was the son of Henry Adam Harmon and Nancy Wilburn.

Thank you so much again for all of the time you have put into the Find a Grave project! I hope that I can do my ancestor's as much justice as you have done for yours and others!

Ruby Angela Winter Vickers

Added by Ruby Angela Winter Vicker... on Jul 03, 2015 7:00 PM

Linda Dukes
RE: Susanna Proctor
I did a little more digging on her, and added some information to her memorial, also added information to Benjamin's memorial, which does him a little more justice.
Thanks for making me take a second look, interesting people.

Added by Linda Dukes on Jul 02, 2015 5:18 PM

Linda Dukes
Shirely/Proctor
Great Pictures!, Great History!
Thanks for all your work on findagrave :-)

Added by Linda Dukes on Jul 02, 2015 1:27 PM

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