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Sandi K (#47747668)
 member for 4 years, 1 month, 24 days
Robert & Isabella Langley
Thank you very much for the edits.

Added by IamMe on Apr 28, 2016 10:25 PM

RE: Joseph & Lucina Butts
I will do that. Did you get the email about the Watsons?

Wish I had more time to be creative in my bio. I would like to have as much done on this before the Butts Bash in Spearfish SD
Thanks Sandy. If there are any of this line that you want to transfer, I will take them. I can still send you a note a time or two a year!

Added by Betty on Apr 20, 2016 6:59 PM

Sue McCluskey
RE: Optimus
That's fine! I know I probably missed a few, it's a BIG cemetery! Plus it's been a few years since I have been back there. Post away!

Added by Sue McCluskey on Apr 18, 2016 11:27 AM

RE: Myrtis Dycus
Myrtis Howell Dycus
D/O James Henry Howell.
Dora Fuller

May have been my error; But I was receiving a reply parents could not be added. Thanks.

Added by burch_79 on Apr 11, 2016 9:28 PM

RE: Peter A. Ives memorial 148790673
Sandi, Thank you for your reply, and how considerate of you to give preference to the other member's earlier memorial. I have also contacted her. And, I also have encountered some of your same issues of unintentional duplicate entries. Best wishes, Yvonne

Added by Yvonne on Apr 09, 2016 9:01 PM

Peter A. Ives memorial 148790673
Hello Sandi, Thank you so much for your memorial pages. Peter Amos Ives #148790673 is my g-grandfather, the father of my grandmother, Jeanette Ives Boyll #19794049. (Btw, there is another memorial pg for Peter at #38369848.)First: Peter's date of birth often is seen as 1878, possibly due to the 1880 census, where he is age 2 mos., not 2 yrs. He was born May 24, 1880, as reflected in his WWII draft registration & other places. Second, I would like to request management of Peter's memorial page, or to have a link established to his daughter Jeanette at memorial #19794049, if that can be done going from father to daughter. Thank you, Yvonne (member #47992943)

Added by Yvonne on Apr 09, 2016 7:58 PM

Sherry Ross
RE: Tasto Photo Request
You are welcome!

Added by Sherry Ross on Apr 06, 2016 11:07 AM

Kathy Vaughn Bowlin
RE: Bowlins
I looked for the request forms on but couldn't locate it. what am I looking for on the site?

Added by Kathy Vaughn Bowlin on Apr 03, 2016 7:04 PM

Duane Warren
RE: Phelps
Thanks for your good work on Find A Grave. Bill is my second cousin but I did not know him personally, I did not even have Melva on my tree until I just saw your question and added her. I have know knowledge of her....sorry. Thanks again for creating the memorials, it is very helpful for extended family to be able to find them and gain information for their family trees!!
Have a wonderful day!!!

Added by Duane Warren on Apr 02, 2016 3:57 PM

Kathy Vaughn Bowlin
RE: Mike & Aleice
Thanks very much for making the corrections. It is just so much easier I someone has full names when searching for ancestors. I have learn this in the process of doing out family tree. Especially when you have ancestors with similar names. Can you explain all I would be responsible in this position? I will be looking forward to your email.

Added by Kathy Vaughn Bowlin on Apr 01, 2016 5:20 PM

E. Higgins
RE: 151212080 Louis Schroeder
Thanks so much, Sandi! That extra information is so very useful. My dad's cousins walked the cemetery some years ago and could not find the stone. I do not know if they had plot information to go on. I did find reference to a stone being provided in the ancestry document "Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, 1879-1903" which shows that the Vermont Marble Company provided a stone. Unless there was some government embezzlement???? Not sure what's going on.

Do you have the exact information on when the plot was purchased? I did find his date of death in the Michigan death records as Feb 8, so I will add that.

Any other info? Thanks for transcribing all those Oak Hill records. Maybe sometime when I'm back in Chicago we'll take a field trip over to the cemetery and see what we can find, since you have posted the plot information.

Thanks for transferring!
Beth Higgins

Added by E. Higgins on Mar 29, 2016 11:03 AM

marilyn blevins wanamaker
RE: Hillcrest
Yes, I was thinking that! I need to get my piles organized alittle better first, but will probably request least for our immediate families. Thanks!

Added by marilyn blevins wanamaker on Mar 23, 2016 6:34 PM

marilyn blevins wanamaker
Sandi! You are awesome!!! Thanks for the speedy results!

Added by marilyn blevins wanamaker on Mar 23, 2016 5:51 PM

Barbara Nicholson
RE: Linking Parents to Daughter
Thank you, Sandi, that worked very well. My mother, Claire Summers now appears in her parents records along with her siblings.

I am really enjoying this site! :)

Added by Barbara Nicholson on Feb 05, 2016 4:19 PM

Valarie Vine
Harry G. Miller
Thanks for your comment about the memorials I've created! Wish I could help, but don't know the spouses name. Next time I am there I can take a look to see if there are "like" names near Harry Miller. I would be happy to transfer any of your family memorials to you if you like. Happy Genealogy Trails.

Added by Valarie Vine on Jan 27, 2016 1:12 PM

Would you be willing to transfer Minnie d johnson in greenwoods odd fellows cemetery. She is my great aunt.

Added by jhjordan on Dec 23, 2015 3:22 PM

Robin Blackshear
Robert Wingate
Thank you for the heads up. The stones are the most accurate of everything. So I've removed mine. Again, thank you for letting me know!


Added by Robin Blackshear on Dec 17, 2015 3:11 PM

Lisa Enochs Davison
RE: Robert Wingate
I have a James and Doris Wingate here in Mobile, AL. I have no information for any other Wingates. Sorry I can't be of help

Added by Lisa Enochs Davison on Dec 17, 2015 1:49 PM

RE: DeFoore
Hi Sandi,
Sorry I'm late in getting back to you.

Information on the site is correct per her nephew, James Lee Smith Jr..
Her full name: Mattie Elizabeth "Beth" /Smith/
b. 11/30/1922, Bluff Springs, Carroll Co., MS
d. Apr 04 2002 Jackson, Hinds, MS,
buried Sidon Cem., Sidon, Leflore Co., MS
I don't have the parents of spouse, Grady Smith Defoore
Child: Grady Smith Defoore Je. - 7/14/1950

Are you related ?
Lloyd Campbell for James "Jimmy" L Smith Jr.

Added by Lloyd.Campbell on Dec 06, 2015 7:37 PM

Shirley, Bill, Pat, Mike, Amy, John, James, and Ka
RE: John Gavin
Thank You for your tribute regarding John P Gavin's service to his fellow countrymen. Surely he thanks you and acknowledges that Find A Grave is also service for our fellow mankind.

Added by Shirley, Bill, Pat, Mike,... on Dec 03, 2015 8:05 PM

Robert Stuart
Clarence Mengal Gist
Your memorial had a connection to a child. I have not found a child of this marriage. I have posted Mr. Gist's obituary from the Greenville Democrat, and no surviving children are mentioned. If you have other information, on this matter, I would appreciate a heads up. My email is

Thanks, Robert Stuart

Added by Robert Stuart on Nov 22, 2015 6:39 AM

Thank you for the info. Seemed very odd to me that they just wouldn't have stones. My father-in-law was a monument maker and he had his and his wife's made long before it was time to use it. So I'm hoping that the Stewarts do have a stone and that it's found and replaced. Thank you again, Gwyneth

Added by Gwyneth on Nov 15, 2015 8:00 PM

Christine and Charles Stewart
Hi Sandi, Thank you so much for the transfers. It's people like you who make Find a Grave the wonderful thing it is. Keep up the good work. Several pats on the back. All my very best, Gwyneth

Added by Gwyneth on Nov 15, 2015 5:31 PM

Christine and Charles H Stewart
Hi again Sandi, I would love it if you'd transfer them to me. I know very little about Charles but could do some research. He was from Scotland, I do know that.. Thank you for all your work. I really appreciate all the bits I've managed to find from the work of people like you. My hat is off to you!!!! My best, Gwyneth.

Added by Gwyneth on Nov 15, 2015 5:01 PM

Christine Stewart and Charles H. Stewart
Hi Sandi,
I believe I know who Christine and Charles H. Stewart are. I think that Christine was the first wife of my great grandmother's brother, Frederick. My Christine was born in Michigan in 1861, married Frederick in 1876, divorced him and married Charles H. Stewart in Milwaukee, WI, in 1898. They then moved to Indiana. They were enumerated in the 1900 census in Hammond and at least one of Christine's children, Florence, was living with them. I don't have a copy of the census handy so can't be sure. Christine died on 26 Jul 1914 in Hammond. I have memorials for two of Christine's children and would like to see them linked. Please let me know what you think. Thank you, Gwyneth

Added by Gwyneth on Nov 15, 2015 10:22 AM


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