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Richard Parker (#47021994)
 member for 6 years, 8 months, 6 days
Ruth Brewer
RE: Mary Ann/Nancy Pullins
Thank you! I hope you are able to figure it out. We are working on it too. If we figure out the situation I will let you know right away.
Ruth Ellen Brewer

Added by Ruth Brewer on Mar 02, 2015 7:48 PM

Vikki Prudden
RE: Vance Anthony #42129247
Thank you. I would also like to ask to use the photo from James Penn Anthony #42129220.

Added by Vikki Prudden on Mar 02, 2015 4:24 PM

Vikki Prudden
Vance Anthony #42129247
I would like to ask permission to use your photo of the above named headstone for my family history and on I would, of course, credit you with the photo.

Thank you for the work you do, it is appreciated.

Vikki Prudden

Added by Vikki Prudden on Feb 28, 2015 7:21 PM

Ruth Brewer
Mary Ann/Nancy Pullins

I am currently researching the Pullins line, and found some inconsistencies on with some people listing Loftus Pullins' (1780-1862) wife (1786-1841) as Mary Ann and others listing her as Nancy. When I looked for her on here I saw that you have both listed, and they have the same birth and death years. I see that you have a picture of Nancy's headstone but none of Mary Ann. Are these somehow two different people with two different headstones?

Thanks for any insight you can give!

Added by Ruth Brewer on Feb 26, 2015 5:31 PM

Lloyd L. & Claire L. West
Willis A. Aldrige
I, like you, am not on the computer every day. I actually appreciate the speed in which you responded to my transfer request. Thank you for transferring Willis' Memorial to me.
Lloyd L. West

Added by Lloyd L. & Claire L. West on Feb 24, 2015 7:12 PM

Arnold L. Corkins
Hi Richard,

I understand that "ALL" contributors have their personal lives and activities besides being computer bound. But you have to realize that since you create these memorials, it's your responsibility as caretaker to make edits and transfer requests as soon as possible. Find A Grave does have a 30 day policy and considers the "caretaker" as being inactive and will take other measures if necessary. Please reconsider on what you place in you personal bio and take care. All of us should be working together on keeping the memories alive instead of working on our egos. It's not about the numbers. If you can't keep up, stop or ask for help. I hope you don't find this message as insulting or anything, that's not my intent.

Arnold Corkins
Find A Grave #47177958

Added by Arnold L. Corkins on Feb 24, 2015 12:35 PM

John Key

I have been unable to locate the Anthony Cem. and Foster Cem. on the Allen Co. maps.I assume they are in the New Roe area. Can you help me?

John Key

Added by John Key on Feb 24, 2015 10:57 AM

Susan Pescosolido Richardson
Alice Beathe
I have added her as second wife of Preston Beathe. Do you know anything about where she would be buried? It would be nice if she had a memorial. I looked and could not find anything.

Added by Susan Pescosolido Richard... on Feb 23, 2015 3:58 PM

Lloyd L. & Claire L. West
Memorial #49560934, Willis A. Aldrige
Hello Richard
Willis A. Aldrige was the husband of my aunt, Dolly F (West) Aldrige. Dolly was my father's sister, therefore my aunt. According to your transfer guidelines, this would be a second generation family member.
If you would transfer his Memorial to me, it would be greatly appreciated. I understand it may not happen immediately, and that's fine.
Thanks in advance!
Lloyd L. West

Added by Lloyd L. & Claire L. West on Feb 22, 2015 5:24 PM

william parker
are you related to howard j parker if you are we are couins

Added by william parker on Feb 22, 2015 6:43 AM

J Winfrey
Franklin Cemetery - Falmouth, Va
I was hoping you could provide some info on this Franklin Cemetery in Falmouth. I believe the parents of L P (Leroy) Franklin (child) buried here, are my direct descendants, Benjamin Franklin and Mary Ann Payne. I notice only one grave is listed in this cemetery and am hoping there may be more. Benjamin's wife, Mary Payne Franklin died ca 1860, and then the family migrated to Manchester, Va. I would appreciate any info you could provide. thanks!

Added by J Winfrey on Feb 21, 2015 8:26 AM

Carla Humphreys
Ok, so I wonder where Captn Russell and Elizabeth Orbit come in at. Maybe it is two different people. I will have to look but I think I noticed the Martha's had 2 different birthdates

Added by Carla Humphreys on Feb 15, 2015 9:07 AM

Carla Humphreys
Hi Richard, thanks for answering me, I am sure you must be right and they are buried where the big stones are. I had the small stones at Glenstead made and put in due to the cemetery board telling me they were buried there. I am seeing two different parents for Martha however. I know from my father and great aunt that Hiram CJ Fewell and Effie Elizabeth Polson were her parents and not Capt Russell Fewell and Elizabeth Orbit Fewell. I wonder if there are 2 different Martha and Thomas Suggs? My great grandfather was Martha's brother.

Added by Carla Humphreys on Feb 13, 2015 6:52 PM

Allan Joyce
Sardis North Cemetery
I just wanted to Thank you again for the tireless work you have done photographing this cemetery in Henry County, MO. Seeing the gravestones is wonderful. I wish I lived there, because I'd make it a personal cause to clean it up. 9 of my family surnames are represented there. Again, Thank You.

Added by Allan Joyce on Feb 13, 2015 4:21 PM

Robert Fitzgerald
I'm the Grandson Of Dixie Lee Riggs. My name is Robert Lee Fitzgerald and my mother is Marla F Fitzgerald, Maiden name Ramirez. Grand Mother passed away at my home in 1999. I've seen that you have Dave as a Spouse, but didn't see her 1st husband posted. His name was Alejo M. Ramirez, 1918-1987. They met during the war.

Added by Robert Fitzgerald on Feb 12, 2015 9:26 PM

Gary Totten
Find A Grave Memorial# 33009067
Duplicate with Find A Grave #67111550. Your memorial, #33009067, lists the burial site as the Schooler Cem vs. the Maitland Cem. The other memorial includes a picture of the headstone. One of these is incorrect and they should be merged into the correct memorial. I also sent a copy of this request to Jon Totten, member #47289315, creator of Find A Grave 67111550.

Added by Gary Totten on Feb 11, 2015 3:24 PM

Carla Humphreys
Sorry, I guess I should have been more explicit in my last message. I was talking about the markers for Thomas and Martha Suggs. Any idea why the cemetery board would think they were buried there if they were really buried at Hickman Cemetery? I'm confused. Thanks for your help in this.

Added by Carla Humphreys on Feb 10, 2015 5:07 PM

Carla Humphreys
markers at glensted cemetery
Hi, I read the comments about the markers. The cemetery board at that cemetery told me they were buried there. Why would they think that, if they weren't. Please help, LOL

Added by Carla Humphreys on Feb 10, 2015 5:03 PM

Thank you for entering my Great Grandfather Silas David Fuller. You state inscription CSA - could you help me out - I don't see this on the stone. Did you get this information from an additional stone (military). Any information would be helpful.

Silas and Panola => Pattye Jones Harrison Fuller => Dorothy Harrison Rowe (Living) => Cheryl Rowe Allen (me)

Thanks again

Added by cheryl on Feb 09, 2015 3:19 PM

Willie Smith
Please link Annie S. Parker to this daughter
39519261 is the memorial number for Emmaline Eliza (Parker) Clark-Reynolds, daughter of John A. and Annie Sewell Parker. I hope you will add Emmaline to Annie's page. Thanks.

Added by Willie Smith on Feb 08, 2015 12:06 PM

Willie Smith
35312165 Annie S. Parker
Richard, do you have any info as to Annie's parents? I know she was from McNairy County. She was a Sewell, and possibly a daughter of either Frederick Sewell or Elias B. Sewell. I suspect she and John A. Parker were married about 1841. Interestingly, an Edward/Edmund PARKER, age 57, was living next door to Frederick Sewell in McNairy County, Tennessee in 1850.

You may not know this, but another daughter of John A. and Annie Sewell Parker was Emaline Eliza Parker, born about 1846 who married John Clark in Greene County, Missouri in 1864. John died and Emaline remarried to Reuban Reynolds in 1879. Their daughter, Arizona Donnie Clark (1873-1935)married George Elias Barker. Arrie and her son Fred Barker, were killed January 16, 1935 at Lake Weir, Marion County, Florida in a shootout with Federal agents.

Added by Willie Smith on Feb 08, 2015 11:55 AM

Ruby A. Shipley
Catherine "Nan" Munday
You have Catherine "Nan" Munday linked to the wrong husband. She was the wife of George Marcum Dallas Shipley, not George Macklin Shipley (my Great Grand Father). His wife was Nancy Emmaline Conkin, who is buried with him in Poplar Springs Cemetery.

Added by Ruby A. Shipley on Feb 08, 2015 8:11 AM

Diane Darby
John H. N. Randol 33201653
Found a duplicate for him also. Requested it be removed. Same person that duplicated Nicey and William.

Added by Diane Darby on Feb 03, 2015 1:05 PM

Diane Darby
Nicey Evaline Collins-Randol
Thank you so much for updating her memorial for me. There is a duplicate for Nicey (under Randol) and also for her first husband William H. Randol. I have sent a request to have the person remove both of them. Thanks again. Diane

Added by Diane Darby on Feb 03, 2015 12:53 PM

Linda Dukes
RE: DeLuna
Thank You!

Added by Linda Dukes on Feb 03, 2015 10:41 AM


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