|Judy Mayfield (#46636512)|
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Please specify your relationship when requesting transfers. I am no longer transfering outside the Findagrave guidelines.
Due to the growing popularity of the website I have been getting multiple transfer requests for the same memorial from several different contributors. Trying to determine who should get the memorial is becoming difficult for me.
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I am always happy to make corrections and add links when asked.
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Thanks so much for the transfers!
|steve willis||Willis Family At Silverdale Cemetery|
My Dad, John Henry Willis 1887-1954 is buried in the Silverdale Cemetery. In 2013 my Mother, Dorothy King Willis Gregg, died and her cremated remains were buried in the same plot as Dad's. We bought a new stone, to replace the old stone, which now includes my Mother's name. Would you please add the new burial information to Find A Grave. Also, Judy would you check to find a grave for my Uncle, Jessie Lee Willis, who is buried in the Silverdale Cemetery. Jesse Lee Willis died in 1911 and according to his obituary he was buried in the Silverdale Cemetery.
Thank you so much and hope to hear from you.
Stephen Willis (Steve Willis) Carmichael, Ca.
|cplawson||RE: Mary Logsdon|
Thank you Judy!
Added by cplawson on Aug 24, 2015 5:03 AM
Please remove the nickname,
I discovered a major error on the tree I am working on. Looks like Conrad may have to go. Looks like he had a weed wife hence weed siblings for his son George Lehr. I am so glad I created a new tree that wasn't connected to and started a fresh to see if I could find more info on different members of the family. I wish people would do some double checking with census and timelines. It is all well and good to add like a database but is it right is the next question. I had one that took me over six months to untangle. At least now this one matches the tree that was in my baby book. So far Gr Gr Grandpa is correct himself and George is fine. I'll let you know about Conrad. So far on the correct tree he is not there.
Added by vl beck on Aug 24, 2015 1:07 AM
|Letha Jumonville||Fudge Kin|
Judy, I know we are related thru my paternal grandmother, Clarice Clover Love Masterson, but would you able to help me with info about my paternal great grandmother, Estella Flomerfelt Masterson? I can't find anything about her death. Thanks
|Russann Johnson||Find A Grave Memorial# 31385688|
Thank you so much for the transferring of Walter and Angie Russell's resting place page!
I will always appreciate your good work and have to get my camera going here in return to pay forward your good will and good work.
May you and yours always live in your good blessings!!!
THANK YOU AGAIN!!!!
|Chanda Keith||Alice Elizabeth Hoyland Goforth|
I found the picture and information you have up for Alice Elizabeth Hoyland Goforth. I was wanting to see where the information that she was a Hoyland came from. I have an Alice Elizabeth Goforth on my family tree born October 17, 1862 based on information from her father's Union pension record, and I'm wondering if this is her. The grandparents she was living with in 1880, Cornelius and Alice Goforth are buried in the Burden cemetery and so is one sister that I've been able to confirm the identity of, Lucy Ellen Goforth Livingston.
|Chanda Keith||Mary Jane Goforth Flinn|
I was wondering how you know that Mary Jane's maiden name was Goforth? I'm thinking this might be a cousin of mine, Mary J. Goforth, born September 29, 1871 based on her father's union pension application but I would like to know for sure.
|Dominique Potier||Edwin C Yeary # 41342548|
My name is Dominique Potier and I'm a Belgium Active Soldier . I'm doing a free work about my heroes , the WW2 US Airborne . I'm thinking Mr Edwin C Yeary was a 101st Airborne Medic and a POW during the Battle of the Bulge . Do you have more info about him ?
|Bonnie Shirley Amery||Maria Jane (Evilsizer) Turner memorial #14312862|
The following helped me to understand Maria Jane (Evilsizer) Turner's life. Such circumstances followed the Evilsizer Tribe. Please consider sharing it on her memorial.
The following is written by a daughter from the second marriage of Ann May Lewis Evilsizer Walker Schoen (daughter of Maria Jane and Henry Franklin Turner.
(From Ruth (Schoen) Eldridge) "After her mother died a Negro woman nursed her (Anna) or she would have died. Have no idea how the Turners got a hold of her. Don't know if they lived in Missouri or Nebraska. When mother married she lived in Beatrice,Nebraska. The Turners were in Kansas then. When her husband died in Beatrice Mother had no one and no money. So the Turners sent her the money to go to them. Mother's husband died the first part of August. Henry was born the 31st of August and Mother was so grateful she gave her son Henry to the Turners as he'd always wanted a boy. They finally adopted him. The Turners and my mother both homesteaded ground in Colorado. Mrs. Turner had a heart condition and the Dr said to go to a drier climate, so that's why they got to Colorado. My dad's first wife and little boy both had TB so they had to move from Minnesota to Colorado, also for a drier climate. He also homesteaded there. They (wife and child) are buried there. Then Dad and Mother met and were married. The Turners bought my mother's ground. The dry weather came and also the war (1918) and people there didn't think too kindly of Germans at that time so they moved to Rupert (Idaho)"
(Excerpt from letter from Ruth Eldridge to Marion Graff)
"Anna (Lewis) was so small that they carried her around on a pillow
and a Negro woman had had a baby and she nursed her."
Thank You for your contributions.
Bonnie Shirley Amnery
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