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RE: Harper Lee
Thanks for the note. It was only there 2 times when I viewed it, but I removed the 2nd one. Appreciate the heads up. So much I enter appears twice, and I've even had one appear 5 times, now on the current Find A Grave. I'm tired of going back and erasing my entries, it's just not fun anymore. I've written them about it and it still happens. I'm not doing anything different, I believe it's a bug in their system. I spot it by others also.
Added by LSP on Feb 24, 2016 2:55 PM
Dr. J
Presbyterian Church Burial
I am related to a multiple families that are buried at Presbyterian Church Burial Grounds. I have submitted several edits for members of the Crane Family. Could you please take a look at the edits for possible approval. Thanks! Lisa
Added by Dr. J on Jan 16, 2016 9:10 PM
John High Jr.
He is in my line through my 3rd ggfather's wife, Mary High Williams.
John was born in 1759 (no date), probably in Westfield, Essex, NJ. He married Rachel Squire born 1757 and died 23 November 1827 at age 70 in Westfield. She was the d/o Benjamin Squire - mother not named. Bet John and Rachel are buried together.
John Jr. died at age 77 on your date in Westfield.
My resource, a family gene study done in 1986, says they had a dtr Mary High b Aug 1785 in Westfield. Married Ezra Miller.
John and Rachel also had a son John III b 1796 in Westfield.
Info from Hazel Michler, 631 NE 39th Terrace, KC, MO. On file at Davenport, Iowa, Public Library Sloane-Richardson Archives.
If it's ok, you can transfer him to me, 47303245, Carol. If not, I understand.
Added by Carol on May 28, 2015 8:57 PM
Mary (Lee) McCulley
Find A Grave Memorial# 19163979
In looking at this stone I do believe the name is Garshom instead of Gershom. His wife's stone reflects that also. I would appreciate the change. He is married to an Aunt of mine. Thank You!
Added by Mary (Lee) McCulley on May 28, 2015 4:30 AM
Gene Baumwoll CSW
Jean Parker Shepherd
Tomorrow will be 15 years since Shep has passed from our company...Still listening to him and reading his stories thanks to Gene Bergmann. Thank you for his memorial.
Added by Gene Baumwoll CSW on Oct 15, 2014 3:54 PM
Lisa Littell
Hello. you made a profile for my 5th great grandmother. Phebe Frazee #19164054. I was hoping you could transfer it to me so I can clean it up and add info. I appreciate the time you took to make it. Thanks
Added by Lisa Littell on Apr 01, 2014 7:43 AM
Gone Gravin ★
James Badgly
Your is a duplicate of Can you please delete it?
Added by Gone Gravin ★ on Sep 09, 2013 12:57 PM
W & L
westfield cranes

I am so grateful for the tranfers of john and hulda crane. Thank you and bsslessings
Added by W & L on Sep 06, 2013 5:28 PM
Lou in Indiana
CORY, WEstfiel Presby CH Cem
Benjamin Cory Sec III Lot AX Grave 1
I have a 1770-1851 , He was the spouse of Susannah Denman Cory 1773-1854.
His info was sent to me about 40 years ago?
Could someone post a photo? Thanks bunch.
Lou in Indiana
Added by Lou in Indiana on Jan 19, 2013 10:04 AM
On Mem#19164055
Hi Freebell!

My name is Don, researching and investagating my side of the SHURTZ family(since 1999), marrying into the 'Terry' families, then I got into the 'FRAZEE' family and forgive me, but I am somewhat confused of the Memorial you have with Elizabeth. The Medallion, that is stucking in the ground, with 'Aunt Betty Frazee'on it(in front of the Headstone). What's the Medallion the connection to Elizabeth, or who was Aunt Betty Frazee?? If Aunt Betty Frazee was murdered in 1831, where would I find her?

Happy New Year!!
Don Toothman
Added by MooreToots on Jan 01, 2013 3:17 PM
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