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I DO NOT BELIEVE in the family transfer guidelines. If I have created a memorial to a family member of yours or someone who means something special to you, I am more than happy to transfer.|
Thanks to everyone who has helped me along the way! I hope in small part I have been able to return the kindness.
by Patrick Philips
It will be the past
and we’ll live there together.
Not as it was to live
but as it is remembered.
It will be the past.
We’ll all go back together.
Everyone we ever loved,
and lost, and must remember.
It will be the past.
And it will last forever.
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|Marcie Davies||RE: Davies|
Thank you Barb.
I haven't received it as yet, but can't wait. I will let you know if it doesn't come through. Yes, Hattie is my husbands great grandmother. His father Eugene lives in San Diego, and we were just there over Christmas. May I ask if your friend is a relation to them, maybe related to Alma or Edgar? It would be nice to share their story.
|Marcie Davies||RE: Hattie|
She must have been a very trouble soul. She married quiet young, and had 3 children by the time she was 20. I didn't mean for you to transfer her Find A Grave to me, only wanted to find some more answers for my husband and his family. Please if anything else comes up, let me know. Thank You Barbara, lets keep in touch. I am in Washington State, you?
|Marcie Davies||#145688323 Hattie L. Huntoon|
First off, thank you for the work you are doing as it is invaluable to all genealogists. My questions are concerning this particular plot and the information you have provided. Hattie was married first to a man by the name of Carlyle Davies (he is my husbands grandfather)of who's father is William "Norville" Davies and Alma Aker Reedy (according to your information). I wondered where you came by Norville and also; Carlyle and his siblings wound up in LA in 1910 living with grandparents Lee and "Atta" Webster. I believe that Atta is your Alta, but according to other records of George and Alta Reedy, they were married in the 1920 and 1930 census, so if we are to believe she is one in the same, she either was a polygamist or we have the wrong Alta.Can you help me clarify?
Most sincerly, Marcie Davies
|New York Historian||Angel Babies|
Thank you for all the baby transfers, much appreciated. Jim
|dmdemontigny||RE: Henry Fuchs|
I found the records on Ancestry for his military service. If you would be willing to transfer his memorial page to me, I would really appreciate it. Thanks for your help!
|Willa Wiley||RE: Cypress Hills Cemetery|
You are right, I did think you had just gotten too busy to visit. Am so glad you had the time. Am absolutely thrilled with the photo's. Thank you so much.
|John Merwin||RE: Allilu Springall|
Not the first time I've seen this situation. William is buried next to the grave you asked about. I went back and checked with the cemetery office and they assured me that the burial you asked about is next to William, but I found no marker. As mentioned, I've seen this situation many times before and can imagine all the reasons why.
|Judy Curnell||Thank You|
Thank you for visiting my son Virgil! Judy
Thank you for the added information on the Tuttle's. It has been added to Luella's memorial along with two newspaper articles regarding their untimely death.
Added by swede on Sep 30, 2015 9:39 AM
|Gail A||RE: Orlando Bachelor|
you are very welcome. It has come to my attention that Orlando's last name is also spelled differently than it is on the stone. There is another memorial for him at the same cemetery, all the same info with his name spelled Batchelor. There is a photo of him on that memorial. I have researched the family and it appears that in all the historical records they were Batcheller. Very confusing as the stones all clearly say Bacheler. I created memorials for Orlando's sisters and parents.
Added by Gail A on Sep 26, 2015 8:54 PM
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