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Johnny (#47728023)
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Carol Smith
Transfer of Harold Ives
Thank you for transferring the care of Harold to me. If I can ever help you let me know.

Added by Carol Smith on Aug 22, 2016 6:36 AM

Wiregrass Irisheyes
Sweat Buried In Jacksonville
Hi Johnny, Thank you for the tombstone photos and extra info. I'll probably be requesting a lot of links, etc. on the other SWEAT. Thank you for the updates too. Keep up the good work. Blessings to you and your family! ~:)

Added by Wiregrass Irisheyes on Aug 20, 2016 4:52 PM

Larry Kea
RE: Kelley
Johnny,
Martha's great-grandfather, David Kelly; and Jacob's father 'Black Head' Kelly were brothers. Martha and Jacob would be 1st cousin 2x removed.
Larry

Added by Larry Kea on Aug 19, 2016 10:58 AM

R & J Black & G Key
Queen
Thank you for the kind transfer and all your work on this site.

Added by R & J Black & G Key on Aug 17, 2016 6:53 AM

Lora Hammond Weber
RE: Edits
Thank you for accepting them! :)

Added by Lora Hammond Weber on Aug 15, 2016 7:03 PM

Jerry Green
RE: Evvie Johnson
Hi Johnnie,
Thanks for taking care of me!!
Appreciate it. Had a Sat trip to the library.

Jerry

Added by Jerry Green on Aug 13, 2016 8:58 PM

Bobby VanDevender
RE: Ella Evans. Cox
Thanks for the update. I have several old cards and letters from Aunt Ella Cox from the early 1920s with postmarks ranging from Anniston, Alabama, down to Jacksonville, Florida. After Christmas 1923, there's nothing else from her at all. Thanks to your memorial, I was able to find her gravesite (Jacksonville) and date of death (Jan 1924) very easily. I appreciate it!

Added by Bobby VanDevender on Aug 13, 2016 12:30 PM

Bobby VanDevender
RE: Ella Evans. Cox
The mother's birthdate is wrong on her marker. The marker says that the mother was born in the summer of 1838, but she was actually born in the summer of 1818. (The mother, Jane Adams Evans, is my great-great grandmother.)

Added by Bobby VanDevender on Aug 12, 2016 11:19 PM

Christina Hansen
RE: Hansen/Lutzen Family
Super! Thank you thank you for your kindness and generosity.

Added by Christina Hansen on Aug 12, 2016 2:27 PM

Christina Hansen
RE: Hansen/Lutzen Family
Too sweet! Thank you. I will keep that in mind ... when I bump into a memorial you manage that I may choose to transfer instead of creating a ton of extra work for you. And thank you for the welcome. I am excited about the community here. God bless, - Christina :)

Added by Christina Hansen on Aug 12, 2016 11:58 AM

Carol Wells
RE: Transfers complete
Thank you so much!

Added by Carol Wells on Aug 12, 2016 9:06 AM

Carol Wells
Multiple Memorials
Hi Johnny,
I am inquiring about multiple memorials for members of my family. I am new to this website and I am trying to figure out how to take them over. Can you please help me.

Thank you,
Carol

Added by Carol Wells on Aug 11, 2016 1:02 PM

Sandra Williams
William Murl Smith
Hi Johnny, Thank you so much for the wonderful work you do for all of us. I would like to take over my brother's memorial #140868228. Would you kindly allow me to do so. Sandra Smith(Williams)
God Bless You....

Added by Sandra Williams on Aug 09, 2016 11:54 PM

Jay Wright
Elias H. Way (FL memorial + Ohio memorial)
Many thanks, Johnny, for your message about the Florida memorial for Elias H. Way seeming to be for the same man as my Ohio memorial for Elisha Way. First of all, you are, of course, totally correct that they are for the same man. "Elisha" was apparently my error, perhaps because there was another war veteran named Elisha Way, and I may have misread from the wrong line. I changed the name on the Ohio memorial to Elisha. I've added information to the Ohio memorial, and I conclude (as I explain on the Ohio memorial) that, despite the military tombstone in Florida (thanks for your photo of it), his remains must have been brought back to Ohio for burial in New Vienna IOOF Cemetery. That makes the military tombstone a cenotaph, permitted under the F.A.G. FAQs. I've also added a shout-out of thanks to you on the Ohio memorial. If you disagree with my conclusion and/or have other suggestions for the Ohio memorial, I would, of course welcome them. Thanks again. Teamwork makes better memorials! -- Jay

Added by Jay Wright on Aug 09, 2016 5:48 PM

Alicia Pack
RE: Luther Sundie
Johnny,

Thank you so much for your attention to the additions I provided. Yes please, add them for me. I made several entries because I had spoken with an older cousin, as well as remembered additional information after I had already entered some information. Being a new member, I didn't think of the extra time I may have caused you. In the future I will be more mindful of your time and effort. Please accept my apology.

I am the only child of Luther & Zada Emeline(Marchalleck) Sundie. My Father was such a wonderful man. He was the most honest person I have ever known. He provided and protected my Mother and I to the very best of his ability. The treatment he received by the hands of the Japanese affected his entire life. His lungs were damaged and he also had bouts of Malaria over the years. Regardless of everything he had to endure for his entire life, he was always there for us. I know that he would have died to protect us. I miss my parent more than I am able to express.

I am so grateful that you sacrifice your time doing what you do. My Daddy always said that a person does not really die until they are no longer thought of. Think of how many souls you have touched, with the care you are giving to them after they have crossed over. You are a special person.

Thank you,
Alicia A. Sundie Pack

Added by Alicia Pack on Aug 06, 2016 2:49 PM

Angie M
Just a "Thanks"
I just want to thank you for processing the 14 million edits I send you on a daily basis :) You're always so quick with them!

-Angie

Added by Angie M on Aug 01, 2016 11:02 PM

Catherine Cramer
Carolyn Trucks
I found the parents connection through her parents obituaries in Anniston, AL. I've searched for info on her husband, Claude, but haven't found an obituary. He would be 97 now, but he could still be out there :)

Added by Catherine Cramer on Aug 01, 2016 6:48 PM

genbuf803
Harold S Hammerton, 1911
Thank you, Johnny for taking a photo of his grave-marker. I have been looking for it for almost 40 years. I knew he was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Duvall, Florida, but I had no way to get there and look for myself (at least until lately). I had a friend who went to search for it, and she did not find it, on her limited time on a work related trip there. So now there are a few more I am searching for in the same area. I am looking for his mother,
(Mary) Louise (Smith)-Hammerton-Sperring. I think she would be buried under the name Louise Sperring (her last married name). Her birthdate would be about 1879 (England), deathdate 9 Dec 1930, Duvall, Florida. She is also buried in Evergreen, but not necessarily near Harold. I'd also be interested in finding her last husband's grave, but I believe he died in Pinellas and may be buried in the National Cemetery nearby. His name is Arthur James Sperring, b 1878 (England) and d 6 Oct 1954 (I have listed Duvall for him). I beleive he died in a Veterans' Hospital there. One of these days, I might be able to go to Florida myself to look around, but until then, I am stuck here in the greater Los Angeles area, so if you should need something done on the West Coast, just ask! Thanks again, genbuf803

Added by genbuf803 on Jul 31, 2016 8:08 PM

Richard Marshall
RE: R.Ada Breden
Yes her maiden name was Ada Remeca Marshall 1907-1931 dau of John Wesley 1862- 1947 and Maretta Ella Thornburg Marshall 1864-1952 all of Jacksonville, Florida. I am related to John Wesley Marshall's father John Benjamin Marshall and Harriet Elizabeth Toops.
Ada was married to William Bill Henry Breden.
My data is posted on Ancestry.com and RootsWeb.
Dick Marshall

Added by Richard Marshall on Jul 31, 2016 4:30 PM

kneedeepincrazy
Thank you
Thank you, Johnny, for all the work you have put into this site. I am so happy to see photos of my daddy, Joseph Henderson, his brother, and my grandma's graves. My mother just passed and I will be trying to match my father's headstone. Your picture will help tremendously.

Added by kneedeepincrazy on Jul 28, 2016 6:39 AM

Chuck Young
Morgan
The Boys Home on University Blvd. is now closed but we will try to make sure that a flag is placed on Morgan's grave each holiday.

We won't forget.

Added by Chuck Young on Jul 25, 2016 3:34 PM

Angie M
Inez Asque
Thanks for the grave photo! I really appreciate it. I always welcome photos on my memorials.

Added by Angie M on Jul 25, 2016 12:12 PM

Tina Maria
Cora Belle Laughrey Aultman
I want to thank you for the graves of my great Aunt. She was a beautiful lady.

Added by Tina Maria on Jul 24, 2016 5:05 PM

Karen Mathis Hudson
Roy Bernard Curry burial
Hey Johnny,

Thank you for uploading an headstone picture for Roy Bernard Curry. He married my aunt Myrtle Mathis.

I requested an headstone photo request a few years back an the Cemetery office said he wasn't buried in that cemetery (Greenlawn Cemetery). I am happy you uploaded an headstone picture for his memorial.

So, I am correct that he his buried in Greenlawn Cemetery? Find A Grave Memorial# 104617051.

Could you take a look when you get an moment?

Thanks,
Karen Mathis Hudson

Added by Karen Mathis Hudson on Jul 24, 2016 3:52 PM

LoRene
RE: Margie Williams
Thank you so very much.
LoRene Williams

Added by LoRene on Jul 18, 2016 2:24 AM

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