|Steve Carswell||RE: Thomas Holland photo|
Please feel free to contact Bobbie. Perhaps she can help you more than I.
Added by Steve Carswell on Sep 29, 2015 2:13 PM
|Ellen Hamby||RE: #7690409|
I think you gave the wrong memorial number; this one is for a Mr. Tryon (1897-1948,) and it's a memorial I have no connection with, and which has no tokens.
It is a problem when contributors leave biographical information by way of tokens. It's against the site's rules, and I personally think it looks tacky.
Best wishes for your surgery!
Added by Ellen Hamby on Sep 26, 2015 1:28 PM
Please don't leave biographical information by way of tokens, as you did on the memorial linked below. The FAQs prohibit it.
Added by Ellen Hamby on Sep 22, 2015 2:09 PM
|WillieBell||Stephen Howell (#56332094)|
Kathie, I would like to suggest a correction on the note you added to the Stephen Howell memorial. This Stephen Howell (#56332094) is not the son of Margaret Carter Howell and William Howell; rather he is the brother of William. Their son is Stephen Arthur Howell (#38235045). However it is correct that this Stephen is the husband of Electra and father of seven children.
Added by WillieBell on Sep 21, 2015 9:38 PM
|Pat ||Lucy Amelia Ashton FAG#29463977|
I'd like to make some correction suggestions to the Find A Grave site for Lucy Amelia Ashton.
She was my 2nd Great Grandmother -
My research shows her baptism records in Birmingham, England (so my best guess is that is where she was born). According to the Washington State death index - she died in Seattle, King County Washington. Somewhere in my records I have an obituary that shows she died at the home of one of her daughters in Seattle.
Added by Pat on Sep 21, 2015 7:38 AM
|Ann||RE: Annie (Woodside) White|
I'm glad that I could provide a little more information. I'm a member of the Willamette Valley Genealogical Society in Salem. When I get a chance, I'll have to see what they have in their collection on the Woodside & White families.
I'm not related but I came across the memorial for P C Kaiser 37521683 with no dates and it drew me in. To me, it is a mystery that needs an ending, so I researched and found his name was Pleasant Cicero Kaiser and his B & D dates.
Have a pleasant day.
Added by Ann on Sep 17, 2015 9:16 AM
|Ann||Anna (Woodside) White|
First, I'm sorry for your health issues and the loss of your family.
I'm not related to Anna, however, while researching Pleasant Cicero Kaiser (37521683) I found that his wife, Sarah (Woodside)Kaiser had a sister, Anna (Woodside) White. Their father was Jacob and mother, Anna.
I thought that you might add this little bit of information to Anna's bio - every little bit helps as they say.
BTW her maiden name might have been Woodside rather than Woodsides. I have seen it both ways.
Added by Ann on Sep 16, 2015 9:53 AM
|Linda Claxton||RE: Robert Leon Webb, Jr.|
May love and time bring you peace.
Added by Linda Claxton on Aug 29, 2015 11:55 PM
|Nicholas W||Bernice Donnell Warters|
Thank you so much! I will consider transferring Bernice's memorial to you, but she was my great-grandmother so I hope you can understand if I decide not to transfer her. I am Thomas's grandson. Raymond is my great uncle.
Added by Nicholas W on Aug 26, 2015 6:49 AM
Deleted duplicate record, but transferred gravestone photo to the better memorial because it shows more detail. If you manage the memorial, you might consider deleting the more washed-out picture. Thanks for the notification.
Added by ccdesan on Aug 24, 2015 10:29 PM
|Forestier||RE: Thank you|
My precious kitty is 5 years old this month. I'll relay your compliment to her and send a big meow to yours. Smokey here all week, although some relief today. Wishing you blue skies.
Added by Forestier on Aug 23, 2015 6:24 PM
|Forestier||RE: Major Pierson Barton Reading|
Kathie, my sincere condolences on the passing of your father. You are mourning a great loss, yet you take time to offer kind words to a stranger. Thank you and bless you. You are a ray of sunshine. M. Forestier
Added by Forestier on Aug 23, 2015 3:28 PM
|B.J. Waters||John Burkhart|
Hello! I am about to fulfill your photo request but unfortunately, it is a photo of the area, only. His grave is unmarked. I placed some flowers where the spot is, so that you can see in the photo the location of his grave. There are a lot of unmarked graves in this older part of the cemetery, as you can see in the photo, there are lots of empty spaces between markers.
I am sorry this was not a more positive outcome. I am always disappointed when there is no marker.
Added by B.J. Waters on Aug 16, 2015 9:20 PM
|Kyle McCullough||Illegible Bodine|
So after a 3 year hunt I Finally found "Illegible Bodine". Hes not as Illegible as people thought. Just takes some time to read his stone which is quite illegible to the naked eye. But not to Paper and a crayon ;). so far whats been made out is his name is "Charles Bodine" and he died in the 1870s. Before i post any of the photos im going to go do the crayon etching and get the rest of the information. I will put up pictures of the grave and crayon etching as soon as im finished with it. It would be an honor to return this mans Identity to him.
Added by Kyle McCullough on Aug 16, 2015 5:53 PM
|Lori Nash-Kanitz (Angel Becky's Mom)||Thank You|
Your note for my daughter Rebecca Rose Wirtz was so beautiful! I too was in a car accident. I was 7 and broke my neck. Hang in there! My father also passed on July 9th, but it was in 1980. I miss him so, but he is with my little girl and he was there to greet her - and that comforts me. I wish you a speedy recovery!
Added by Lori Nash-Kanitz (Angel B... on Aug 13, 2015 12:24 PM
|Brenda A. Darbyshire||Transfers|
I do not mind transferring to you, but....I need for you to have the headstones on the top! I noticed others you could hardly find the headstones and that is what Find A Grave is all about! I have had several lazy folks request a photo and it was already there at the bottom. Folks just do not take the time to look! Thanks, Brenda
Added by Brenda A. Darbyshire on Aug 11, 2015 3:10 PM
|Geno-seeker||W. Roger Webb|
Thank you for contacting me about the error on this page. Unfortunately, I am not able to fix this problem since the connection was made on the Infant Webb's page. I'll put in a request on that page to remove him as the father, but that is all I can do. Thank you so much!
Added by Geno-seeker on Aug 09, 2015 10:04 AM
I came here to Thank You for your visit to Sgt. Manno, Mr. & Mrs. Schuman and Det. Moore, and for the very moving words that you wrote to each of them. But I've come to realize that your own dear father has just passed away, and I would like to offer you, and your entire family my heartfelt condolences on this most profound loss. I am terribly sorry. May the Lord bless all of your with extra strength, peace and comfort at this very sad time. And I would like your dad to know that I thank and appreciate his service to our country during WW II. [My dad was in the Navy and at Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941...yes...another deceased member of the 'Greatest Generation']
I hope your leg is healing as painlessly, speedily and as completely as possible.
God bless you and yours, and again...my condolences to you and yours.
Added by Patty Valentino on Jul 13, 2015 3:03 AM
|Git 'Er Dug||RE: One more thing.....|
I hope that your foot heals quickly and that you can put everything you've been through since February in your rear view mirror. I know it must be traumatizing in many ways.
Your father's service is appreciated. I can't even imagine the courage it took for him to get through being shot down as well as fighting for our great country. I have a friend who is over 90 now, but was a flight engineer on a B-24 Liberator at age 16. He was in the Pacific as well and saw lots of action. His quiet courage makes him remarkable, and you'd never know that he is a true hero....until you knew him well enough to ask him about his service. Heroes don't brag, and are frequently reluctant to discuss what they have been through.
Thanks for your sweet words. I imagine that you have healed more than your share of people, too!
Added by Git 'Er Dug on Jun 17, 2015 11:40 AM
|Git 'Er Dug||Freda Clark Mader|
Thanks so much for your kind words for my grandmother.
Added by Git 'Er Dug on Jun 16, 2015 12:00 PM
|GraveRobber||RE: Sylvia Suter Shorter|
Thank you so much for your kind words. People ask me all the time why I put some much time and effort into Find A Grave, and I tell them about letters like yours. Several years ago I was working in Arkansas and knew my GG grandparents were married in that town so hit the web to search for the grave of my GGG grandparents. Found Find A Grave and was hooked. Started photographing cemeteries in the evening when traveling for work and the would fill my lonely nights in the hotel room with something meaningful by putting in the pictures. It just grew from there. I've got over 20,000 people in my tree and I know the graves of a good 50% of those who have passed. I've even used Find A Grave to find relatives' graves in Europe and been able to visit while working over there! I corrected the parental links for Sylvia...Thanks for catching that one!!!
Added by GraveRobber on Jun 02, 2015 9:27 PM
I see you left a token for James Davidson (1760-1841) and say you are a descendant.
I am in contact with Davidson descendants of John Davidson (1796-1883). If you are interested in knowing more please leave me a message via his memorial page here:
Added by SLGMSD on Jun 02, 2015 4:44 PM
|Git 'Er Dug||LTC Gene Mader|
Thank you for the heartfelt message you left for my Father. Thanks for helping me heal.
Added by Git 'Er Dug on May 22, 2015 11:36 PM
|Invenio Sepulchrum||RE: Infant DeBiddle|
Hi Kathie, I hope your convalescence is over and you have returned home. We're glad to help, even if it does turn out to be a question mark. I agree the IOOF is an interesting organization and I was not aware of the historical exhibits they have. I will have to check them out soon.
Wishing you continued recovery.
Added by Invenio Sepulchrum on Apr 28, 2015 1:23 AM
|Kim||RE: Milas Hamilton Brown|
Leona Brown married Louis A. Danker in 1903, and after he died she married John W. Sample in 1952. I believe she is buried in Los Gatos Memorial Park, San Jose, Santa Clara County, California.
Elsie Brown married Delbert Fouch. I am not quite sure where she is buried, but she also died California, and didn't live too far away from Leona for a while there according to the records I have found.
Added by Kim on Apr 11, 2015 10:39 AM