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John Rentz (#46781289)
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JGHLF
FAG Rules
The purpose of find a grave is to document actual places of burials it appears you have numerous memorials that say unknown for burial per Find A Grave rules you may only do this for 30 days then you must place them in the actual cemetery they are buried in or remove the memorials
Added by JGHLF on Oct 07, 2014 10:47 PM
JGHLF
107580842
What does it mean on this memorial Body lost or destroyed ?
Added by JGHLF on Oct 05, 2014 12:52 AM
E49
Marafino, Daniel Breslin - # 13545 6972
Dear John,

Thank you for your enhancement to Danny's memorial.

Should you find additional data that would enhance his Bio, I would be most honored should you share it with me.

Always, in Find A Grave brotherhood,
e49
Added by E49 on Sep 26, 2014 10:54 AM
E49
Marafino, Daniel - # 13545 6972
Dear John,

Having seen your Virtual Cemeteries, your afilliation seems clear to me now.

I sadly must advise you of the passing of Danny Marafino, whom you may have known.

He was a friend of mine who will be missed very much.

Always, in Find A Grave brotherhood,
e49
Added by E49 on Sep 06, 2014 5:10 AM
Fred Sanford
RE: Raymond Mumford
Did you get the info on where his grave is? F.A.G. burped when I tried to use Edit to send it and all...Fred
Added by Fred Sanford on Aug 26, 2014 11:20 AM
Rosina Duckworth
Montgomery, Mills, Ratrie
Thank you for adding my family members in Congressional Cemetery. Your attention to detail is exceptional, and I appreciate your good work.
Please allow me to change/add facts I have researched on him and others related to him in Congressional Cemetery. I will continue to add photos from our family collection.
Added by Rosina Duckworth on Aug 21, 2014 7:47 AM
Linda Simpson Davidson
RE: Sarah Elizabeth Gaither
Thanks, John. I have an Ephraim Gaither in my family tree, with a son by the name of Ephraim Simpson Gaither. Would you, by any chance, have any information on either of them? I do not think that Sarah Elizabeth (Goldsborough) Gaither was married to either of these two Ephraim's.
Added by Linda Simpson Davidson on Jul 12, 2014 7:17 PM
Pia
RE: Robert H. Boardman
Robert H Boardman is the son of George Washington Boardman. Sorry for the confusion!! Robert H, however although raised by Catherine, is the biological son of her sister, Harriet, and George. Perhaps, I confused that issue when I sent correction; thanks for contacting me.
Added by Pia on Jul 10, 2014 3:09 PM
Laura
RE: William R. Allaband
Unfortunately, I'm not sure either way. His will says he was about 58 years old when he died. He had two daughters, Margaret L. Allaband and Juanita Emerson (probably her married name) and a son, William Allee Allaband. I'm guessing the John Emerson that was the executor of his estate was his son in law (Juanita's husband?) It doesn't appear that his wife was surviving at the time of his death because she is not mentioned in his will. But again, these are just ASSumptions. I wish I had more info for you. Sorry!
Added by Laura on Jun 18, 2014 5:45 PM
LostGeneration
RE: Ellsworth Ryan & his father, William Parker Ryan
William is a burial unknown, to which I will not link. Perhaps you can resend the request when you have determined his burial location. LG
Added by LostGeneration on Jun 13, 2014 2:33 PM
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