|Essex||Laura Martin Grosser Garrason|
Just want to thank you for the photo of Laura's gravestone. She was a dear friend for many years and I really appreciate getting to see her gravesite.
Added by Essex on May 24, 2016 9:15 AM
|Denny Carlisle||RE: Hammontree edits|
Johnny - I'm not sure what happened?? Just go ahead and deny the changes, and I will resubmit after I figure out what I did wrong!!
Thanks - Denny Carlisle
Added by Denny Carlisle on May 23, 2016 6:06 PM
|Kvwheeler||RE: Hilda Wall.|
Thank you for adding her obit and the link to her sister's grave. What a find! This will help me to flush out the Walls side of my family.
Added by Kvwheeler on May 23, 2016 9:54 AM
|Guy Rush||RE: Fort Cemetery Macon County Alabama|
I'm sorry, would love to help but I have recently moved from the area. Good luck.
Added by Guy Rush on May 23, 2016 9:31 AM
|Kay Tofani||Garry Proper|
Hi, Please change the Mother for Garry. I was linking him to his parents and I hit a wrong number. I could not find out how to change it. His Mother is Alice Heald Proper, # 77723470, and Garry is ,#104213256. Thank you so much. Kay
Added by Kay Tofani on May 23, 2016 6:46 AM
|William R. Cavins||Thank you|
I appreciate the transfer of Eugene and Irene to us.
Added by William R. Cavins on May 22, 2016 7:04 AM
|C. Granberry||RE: Jacob Calhoun Brown|
Jacob was born in Macon County, Alabama in the town of Cotton Valley. He was born in January and his brother, John Jefferson, died there in September of the same year. Would you add that info for his birthplace to his memorial, please?
Also, I have requested the links be added for his brothers, George Kelley Brown memorial #99017330 and Henry Benjamin Brown memorial #9608713.
That's it for tonight. Have a good night.
Added by C. Granberry on May 19, 2016 7:50 PM
|C. Granberry||RE: James Goodwin Brown|
I saw the work you did thanks.
As a matter of coincidence, I have been working on William Washington Brown, he is in fact the son of James Goodwin Brown. I have found all but one of W. W.'s children, Mary J, born about 1855-1856 in South Carolina. She is on the census record when they lived in Union Parish, Louisiana in 1860, but I have not found her burial location yet. Sadly, I may have to leave her incomplete.
Anyway, I have entered the requests for additional info to be added and the links.
Let me know when/if you are ready for the transfers.
Added by C. Granberry on May 19, 2016 3:06 PM
|C. Granberry||RE: James Goodwin Brown|
I have not been to Fort Cemetery in Macon County, Alabama nor do I know if the grave is marked. I entered the memorial from an old inventory of the cemetery. I was looking for some of my relatives and came across the records so I thought I would enter all I had been able to locate because the records were difficult to find.
I do believe this is your great-great-grandfather because one of his sons, John Joseph, who died in 1857 is also buried there. I'm doing some more research on the other children and I have located two of them.
I will add his full name and link him to your great-great-grandmother. If you will give me a few days to request the links for the children I have found, I will transfer management of his memorial to you if you like. Just let me know or enter a transfer request.
I am happy to know that someone remembers him and that his descendants are looking for him. After all, that's why we do this, isn't it?
Added by C. Granberry on May 18, 2016 8:33 PM
|Patti Carleton Sanders||Fretwell, Fox|
Hi Johnny, tnx for doing my edits.
I am still looking for my friend Frances Elaine Fox, H/Hillard Fox 104123663, (I appreciate you getting stone photo)her dad Horace Fretwell 76765804. I can't find any record of her death and none of our friends have contact. Don't remember her kids or any family left. I have one contact left, her church records.
tnx again, nice seeing you active.
Patti in Yulee.
Added by Patti Carleton Sanders on May 16, 2016 9:22 PM
|Ed Hightower||Ball family edits|
Thank you for following up on my edit requests.
Added by Ed Hightower on May 15, 2016 3:19 PM
|Old Southern Belle||re:Daniel Gerow Mickler|
Thank you for the grave marker photos, very nice.
Added by Old Southern Belle on May 10, 2016 12:31 PM
|Jerry Green||RE: Thank you|
Thank you Johnny
Just recently obtained some moe obits from the Florida
Times Union. I pass the info along to you when it applies.
Thanks for updating so quickly, it seems only minutes that I get
your confirmation. Keep in touch
Added by Jerry Green on May 09, 2016 12:09 PM
|Amy Putnam||RE: Bashie Smith|
Thank you :-)
That would be great, I would like the access to link her first husband with her children, etc. What do I need to do?
Added by Amy Putnam on May 04, 2016 1:10 PM
|Karl Fairbanks||Herman Cook Grave Site|
Just wanted to send a quick note to thank you for photographing Herman Cook's headstone. I have several family members buried in Evergreen Cemetery so be on the lookout for future requests.
Added by Karl Fairbanks on May 01, 2016 9:02 PM
|Ann Parkinson||LTC Zora Ballard|
Thank you for the correct cemetery and the Section, too. Is St Mary's IN or adjacent to Evergreen? I have updated her page! You are the BEST!
Added by Ann Parkinson on May 01, 2016 8:19 AM
|Ann Parkinson||LTC Zora Madeline Ballard|
THANK YOU!!! You are sooo helpful! I will forward to my UDC group who is making a book to honor these ladies of WW II. Blessings~
Added by Ann Parkinson on May 01, 2016 8:04 AM
|Flynn Fuchs||Owen Jacob & Burma M Hartley|
Thank you very much for taking this picture. Owen and Burma Hartley are my greatuncle/aunt on my father's side of the family.
Added by Flynn Fuchs on May 01, 2016 6:59 AM
|Veronica Taylor||Request filled|
Thank you "so" much for sending the photo of my father-in-law's grave marker. I wasn't expecting it so quickly. Such pictures mean a great deal to us. Again, many thanks.
Have a great day.
Added by Veronica Taylor on Apr 28, 2016 5:56 PM
|Lanette Morton||Alva king|
Are you related to this person or did you just do memorial and photo. this is a second cousin of mine and would love to find out more about the family.
Added by Lanette Morton on Apr 24, 2016 5:51 AM
|Debbie Klotsche||Margaret Isabelle Shepard Treisback|
Do you mind if I use your Find A Grave photo on my ancestry family tree? Thanks Debbie
Added by Debbie Klotsche on Apr 11, 2016 2:39 PM
|Kenneth Karpel||RE: Max Karpel|
You are definitely a human being and I thank you for what you are doing. I think I may have found Max Karpels gravesite. I now believe it is in New York at Mount Hebron cemetery. This is based on Florida not having a death certificate and mount Hebron having a gravesite that matches the information I have. I can't thank you enough. I will send mount Hebron a check tomorrow and they will take pictures for me. All my best. Ken
Added by Kenneth Karpel on Apr 11, 2016 1:45 PM
|Amanda Mancuso||RE: Nancy Holoman McDonald|
Thanks! I'm still working on this one. I'm not sure that Nancy was Angus' wife. She would have been 6 years old when they got married if the birth and marriage dates are correct. The joys of family history research!
Added by Amanda Mancuso on Apr 10, 2016 1:00 PM
|DET||Find A Grave|
Johnny, I would like to thank you for all your contributions to Find A Grave and the quick response to requests to the many edits and additions that you must receive. Your contributions have benefited many of those that have used this site to connect with lost love ones. Please keep up the good work here at Find A Grave.
Added by DET on Apr 10, 2016 7:54 AM
|Kenneth Karpel||Max Karpel|
Johnny, I visited in 1972. Max Karpel died in 1932. As I remember his site is near Wolf Karpel. As a matter of fact, from max karpel you can clearly see the corner of evergreen and Winona. I also remember his site being close to the wall if that helps.I contacted the Jewish center and they were of little help, that is why when I saw your picture on ancestry.com I contacted you. Thank you
Added by Kenneth Karpel on Apr 07, 2016 4:52 PM